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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 July 1855

EVENING STAB. iM f HIDDEN LIGHT. I much mistrust the voice That savs all hearts are cold, That iuere self-interest rei*n?, And all is bought and sold. 1 much mistrust the man Who will not strive to find Some latent virtue in The soul of all mankind. Yen! if you sav the fount Is sealed and dry, I know It needs a wiser hand To make ihe waters flow If you wo'ild still appeal To evil life in all, 1 kn-.w a demon >?nnd Will answer to your call. But when the Lord was gone? The Lord who came to save? Two angels fair and bright Sat watching by the grave And from that blessed hour. With an immortal mien, In every tomb of Good Some angel sits unseen The spell to bring it forth ' With lowly, gentle mind. With patient love and trust Go seek?and ye shall find HOW DEACON FLAX WAS " SOLD." One Sunday recently, as Deacon Flax was going up Pleasant street he e?pied a very re spectable looking man, who was plainly ?? envious from too tree use of liquor, that he could'nt tell which side of the thor...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 July 1855

? ??j-it* .u.u.-va? VOL. VI. NO. 788. COLUMBIA* COLLEGE, Washin-ton.D C. Rev J G Bisiht. D. I) . President and Profes sor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy. William Rcogles. I.I.D . Professor of Mechan ical Philosophy and Astronomy. Rev A. J Hcstijigtos A.M., Professor of the Greek and Latin Langnag-s. Charles C Jxtvett, A.M., Professor of Rhet oric and Belle* l,ettres. "Lkwis H Stki!*er. A M , H.D., Professor of Chemistry and Natural Philosophy. E. T. Frijtok, A.M., Professor or Mathematics William EJillsos. A.M., Professor of Modem I.anguag??s R. C Fox. A B., Tutor in the Greek and Latin Languages J.G NashA.M ,Ttacherof the Preparatory De T raiment. E next session Wins on the last Wednesday In l*er>temlwr. ar.d continues nine months, vntil the last Wednesday in June. Candidates f.-r admission mav be examined on Monday and Tuesday preceding the opening of the session. The regular College Course requires four years for the degree of A. B. Those wishing to do so may emit the an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 July 1855

EVENING STAR. WAIHIWQTOII CITY: SATTRDAT AFTERMO.I July U. AGENTS FOR TUS.STAJI. The following persons are authorised to con tract for the publication of advertisement* in the Star: rhiladclpMa-V. B. Palmer, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. it?et* Yotk~S M P*ttuiqillA Co., Nassau Won?V. B. Palme*, ScoJlay's Building. Q^AnrrBTisKiiEifTS should be handed in fcj 12 o clock, M , otherwise thej may not ap pear until the next day. THE WEEKLY STAR, ?"or the week ending to-day, contains its usual variety of choice news extracts from American wll'as foreign papers, in addition to articles of a literary chnracter, ?nd the always inter esting record of events at the national metrop olis?both domcstk* and political. Term."". $1 25 a year, or three cents for a single copy. SPIRIT OF THE MORHIHG PRESS. The Vuto/t, commenting on the phase in which Know Kothingism exhibits itielf in Louisiana, says: he!dTie<?tK"OWn Nolhi?S? Louisiana have Stii t? kL V? CrnuVcnt,on' ,1RV0 nominated a t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 July 1855

"""evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tost Office E\te*sio*.?Wc understand that a portion of the marble for the continua tion of the Poft Office building is engaged from the quarries known as Conolly's quarries, in Baltimore county. Md. This is the small cry? tal Baltimore marble, which is quite exten sively u*d in Baltimore for steps and porticos to dwelling house--. It will prohably be de livcrcd by railroad, and will thus add some thing to the revenues of the Washington Branch 'Kailtttad. The cellar of this building is now excavated, and a large portion of the concrete founda tions for the walls is laid. Wc believe that this is the fir-t large building In Washington in which concrete foundations have been used exclusively. In making alterations in the Capitol extension the new foundations were laid in the same material. Many of our citi i-n^ have watched with much curiosity and interest the process of making and depositing this kind of masonry. % One of its advantages, besides che...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 July 1855

EVENING STAR THE SLEEPING CHILD. BT LBIGH HV1T. A brook went dancing on its way, From bank to valley leaping, And by It* sonnv margin lay, A lovely infant sleeping. The murmur of the purling stream Broke not the spell which bound him, Like music breathing in hit dreaiu, A lullaby around him. ^ It I? a lovely spot to view \N ithin this world of sorrow, * One spot which still retains the hue That earth from heaven may borrow; And such was this?a scene so fair Arrayed in Summer brightness, And one pure being resting there, One soul of radiant whiteness ! "What happy dream*, fair child, are given, _To cast their sunshine o'er thee ? What cord unites thy sonl to heaven, W Lerts visions glide before thee ? For wandering smiles of cloudless mirth O er thy features beaming. Say not a thought?a form of earth Alloys thy hour of dreaming ! ?l"ep. lovely bat>e !?for time's cold touch, Shall make these visions wither: Youth ;?nd dreams which charm so much Shall fade and fly together. Then sle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 July 1855

the evening stab, KJBitiHCD EVERT APTIRJfOOlVt (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At th* Btar Buildingi, former 0/ F'nnilr?fi a?<XM? (m4 S : event A strut, By W. D. H ALLACH, WBl b? served to subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENT*, payable weekly to ths Agents; pepers served in packages at 37^ <?!? P?* month. To mail subscribers the sub actipUon prkels THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for six months, end ONE DOLLAR for three mnoths; for less than three months at the rate of li# <4mU a week. t?T SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. ?., MONDAY, JULY 16, 1855. NO. 789. COLUMBIAN COLLEGE, Waskinftem, DC. ReT J. G. Bin a St, D. D . President and Profes sor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy. William Rcaglks, LL.D.. Professor of Mechan ical Philosophy and Astronomy. Rev A. J. Hcxtisgtos A.M., Profemor of the Greek and Latin Languages. C*axl*s C. J*w?tt, A.M., Professor of Rhet oric and Belles Lettres. Law is II. St*irk3, A.M., M.D., Professor o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 July 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHU6T01T CITY: *10*DAY AFTHKmi. Jlly 16. - . agents for the star. The following pardons are authorized to eon tract fbr tho publication of advertisementi in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmer, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pettixoill A Co., Nassau ftieet. Boston?V. B. Palmer, Scollay'f Building. t^rADVERTiSBVBNTS should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M , otherwiso thej may not ap pear until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Union, replying to the strictures on the course of the President in a recent speech de livered by Sam Beardsly in interior New York, contend* that he hfis been true to his pledges, and exposes, with an excoriating pen the want ?>f character of the New York Hard leaders. Beardsly, by-the-by, is very small game, being like nearly all the rest of the 4< distin guished"' hards, notoriously a mercenary man. ile will sell his politics at any time for cash in hand. The Administration buys no such cat tle. Whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 July 1855

EVENING STAR. local intelligence. The Sale or Handsome Oil Paiktikci*. by Mctiuire, auctioneer, which have been on ex hibition over Farnham'e bookstore, commenced on Friday afternoon. About one-third of the catalogue was got through with, and about one hundred paintings and .ill of the engrav ings remain to be sold, at the sale to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon. We give below a por tion of the pictures sold : -44 Harvest Day," by A. Van Willis?pur chased by O. D. Fowle for $41. "Coast Scenery," by Thayer, jr.?Mr. Walker, $3b. 44 Canterbury Meadows," by Van Willis? Wm. II Dougal, $'J0. '? Roadside Inn,'' by tfce ?ams artist?<1. D. Fowle. $t>7. 4,Landscapo and Figures"?Samuel Bacon, $15 44 Marine Piece," by Marsh?Samuel Ba con. $14. 44 View of Havre,"' by Birch?Willian J. Thomas, $20. 44 Musical Party,'* by Melino?Mr. Chap man. $16- . ? 44 Land-cape and Cattle," by Renegale?J. F Cojle, $35. ?4 Repentaut Magdalen," by Mola?John Wagner, $19. "Scene in New Hampshire," a beautiful pictu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 July 1855

EVENINGSTAR \jf Thd following linos by John G. B&xe, Fjij., have been pronounced ?ublime is thought and elegant in expression : j SPE3 EST VATE3. There in a do^ma of the ancient sago? : ? No noble human thought, However burled in the dust of ages, Can ever come to nought. Wuh kindred faith, that knows no base dejection, Beyond the safes' scope ] nee. aftir, the final resurrection (?f every glorious hope ! J ????,;?? parcel of a new creation, The beatiflr hour "W hen every bud of lofty aspiration Shall blossom into tlower! We are not mocked ; it was not In derision God made our spirits free i Our brightest hojies are but the dim pre-vision Of blessings that shall be ! When they, who lovingly have hoped and trusted, Despite some transient fears, Shall see Life's jarring elements adjusted, And rounded into spheres! Terrible DESTitrcTio* op Life by o*e C-OXoi Ball.?In the Londwn Times' Cor respondent's letter, dated from the camp be fore Sebastopol on the 7th ultimo, wo read the foi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 July 1855

the EVENING stab, < PUBLISHED etert afternoon, i BXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tkt Mtur Butldimgi.e^mtr ?/ PtmntflvamU A irnx mud Kltvnuk Hrt?t, By w. D. WALLA CH, Will be?erved to subscriber* by carrier* at SIX AND a QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to tin Agent*, paper* seized in packages at 37u tmat par month To mail .ubacribera the tub aalption price la THREE DOLLAR8 AND fif TVCKNTS a year i?a<f cent., TWO DOLI AR* for ux montha, and ONE DOLLAR for threi months; for leas than three montha at the rate at li# cents a week. lir single COPIES ONE CENT. * VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1855. NO. 790. DR. L. B. WRIGHT'S U5FAHING "SCROFULOUS ANTIDOTE," For ?4? Permanent Curt 0/ CONSUMPTION and all other forms ?/SCROFULOUS DISEASES. THIS Medicine is prepared by an eminent phy sician of eighteen years practice In New Vork City, daring which time he has constantly used It with the most unbounded succew, and created for it a reputation In private practice, unequalled In the history ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 July 1855

EVENING STAR WASHINGTON CITY: ?s ? ^ * TUESDAY 1TTERJIMJI .July 17. AGENTS POR. THE STAR. The following persons are authorised to eoo* timet for the publication of advertisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Pauses, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pittisoill A Co., Ni Boeton?V. B. Pauhss. Scollay's Building. ADry.RTiSKuawTS should be handed in bj 11 o'clock, M , otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. SPIRIT 07 THE HORNING PRESS. The InUllig?ne*r discusses somewhat joooee 1 y the philosophy of political platform build ing. as illustrated by recent constructions of the sort. The Union glories orer the eloquent and em phatic opposition of James B. Clay, Esq., to the Know Nothings, and jokes over there-nom ination of the Hon. T. ii. Hunt for Congress, by the Know Nothings of New Orleans. WASHINGTON NEW8 AND GOSSIP. The Election Frauds.?The contests before the Board of Aldermen of this city for the seats in the Board fro-? the Fourth and Fifth Wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 July 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ? ? Washing?* Cocscils.?Tks Board of Al Jfmtn met yesterday at the usual hour. Peti tions were presented a* follows. ri?: Of Es ther Hunt by Mr Pepper: of Isaac Ten Eyck, by Mr Bayly; of D. A. SfotTow, and others, hy Mr Busey; all of which were severally re ftrrtd Mr Houston reported back from the finance ,<*amitiee. the bill from the lower board to in erease the taxes from 60 to 70 cents on the % 100, with a recommendation that it do not pas*. The question being put on the third reading of the bill, it was rejected?yeas 0, nays 12. as follows, vii: Messrs Dove. Magruder, Bayly, Miller, gran*. Tretler, Pepper, Emery. Houston. Bu wy. Pearson, and Smith?12. Mr. Pepper reported back from the improve ments committee, the joint resolution from the lower board, to locate the western market bouse on K. between Eighteenth and Nine teenth streets; and the Question being on third reading, it was debated by Messrs. Magruder and Dove against it, and Mr. Pep ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 July 1855

EVENING STAR TJHDEB THE MOO*. Under the moon as the twilight breete Ripples the water in pulse* of light, We stand on the bridge by the sycamore trees, Ajid list to the voire that cornea through the U nder t2e elm row, misty and dark, Lowe's sweet langhter rings from the bank Sprinkled with ?anv a dim red lamp, Stretching away through the distance damp, Hark ' 'mid the foliage blossom with June, Tinkles a serenade under the moon. Under the moon in the village street, Uoaaippiag group* in the shadow meet, Seated at dusky anorways there, Red lipped maidens taste the air ; Whispering now of their lovers' eyes, Blue as the i**vitiful summer skies; Whispering now of their flattery sweet. As Autumn's fruitage dropped in the heat; ""Until they cadence a tremmlng tune, Soft as their pub**, under the moon. Under the moon, by the soft sea shore, The wind walks over Its precious tloor, Courtinv the snow bossomed sails Dantllv dipping through azure vales; Over the crisp foam bearing along The m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 July 1855

WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1855 DR. L. B. WRIGHT'S ETTFAILIXG "SCEOITJLOUS ANTIDOTE," for tke Pirrnantnt Curt oj CONSUMPTION and ail other form* ?/SCROFULOUS LIS EASES. THTS Medicine is prepared by an eminent phy sician of eighteen vrars practice in New Vork citv. during which time he has constantly used it with the most unbounded iiKce?, and createdfor it a reputation in private practice, unequalled in the history of medicine It acts immediately upon the blood! cleansing it from all scrofulous humors or impurities, renovating and, by its magic now em, tfrneORATfc TfiK WIIOLB S7STEM, in proof of which, hundreds of respectable wit nesses from the doctor's private practice have giv en in their t?-tinionv, ?..d entreat^hose suffering from any scrofulous affection, to call upon them and stiff# tk'mstlr*s. A Treatise en Scrofulous Diseases can be had gratis at PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 4U? Broadway, And at Drug Stores generally CHARLES STOTT A CO., Agents for Washington. DR. L. B. WRI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 July 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8HIHGT0H CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON J?Iy 18. ACETiTS FOR THE STAR. The following persona are authorised to eon tract for the publication of advertisements in the Star : Philadelphia?V. B Palmer, N. W. comer of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?f* M rETTiJieiLLA Co , Nassau street. Button-?V. B. Paliier. Scollay's Building. 12 'Advertisements should be handed in by 13 o'clock. M ., otherwise they may sot ap pear until the next day. 8PIE1T OF THE MOENETG PRESS. The Intelhgmcer fay? of the policy of the French Emperor: "By the last arrival fiorn Europe we received from our Paris Correspondent copies of the Paris Monittur of the 30th of June and 1st instant. The pimcipnl items of news con tained in these papers have already been giv en to our reailtn But lx>tb papers are nearly filled with a very interested correspondence, carried on in 17n3. between the then head of the French Cabinet, M. De Vergennes. and the Baron I>c Bretuel, then Ambassador at the Court of V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 July 1855

EVENING STAR. "local intelligence. The Late Attempt to Dm* Gr ace CHntcH. The many inquiries which have beeiu made of ututo the a't?mpt, on the night of tho 11th inst., to burn Grace Church, and tho wide ?prea<l interest which is felt upon the subject, hare induced us to make inouiry of the pas tor. Rev. Alfred Uolmead. who has kindly lur r.Hh*d u? with the fallowing particulars': "That Grace Church was fired on the night of the 11th, is lamentably true. That It was the act of some incendiary admits of no doubt. That the incendiary act was fully premedita ted and most carefully devised is e iua'ly cer tain. The point at which the cumbu.-tible ma terial was deposited must have been selected in the day-light. On either side of tho church there are fix wooden buttresses. The case ment to these, with a single exception. reaches the ground, and could, therefore, ufford no convenient place of deposit for the combusti ble material unless the earth beneath was re moved or the plank formi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 July 1855

EVENING STAR. THTRTY-FIYE. '? The year* of man ape three score and ten Oh. weary h?art' thou'rt half way horn?, We stand on life'a meridian height; A? far from childhood's morning come, As to the grave's forgetful night. Give Youth and Hope a parting tear Look onward with a placid brow, Hope promised hut to bring us here. And Reason talcs the guidance* now ? One backward look?the last?the last One silent tear, for youth is past. Who goes with Hope and Paxsion back ? Who comes with me and memory on ? Oh ! lonely looks the downward track. music hush'd. Hope's roses gone. To Pleasure and her giddy troop Farewell. without a sign or tear; But heart gives way, and spirits droop, To think that Love may leave me here. Have we 110 charm, when youth has liown ? Midway to death, left sad and lone. But ?tav * as 'twere a twilight star That >ends its thread across the wave, I see brightening light from afar. Steal down a path beyond the grave ' And now?ble*s God?it* golden tine Comes o'er and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 July 1855

THE EVENING STAR, PI BLI9HED F.VKKY A VT tR NOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ?t lhaSttr B*ildnw*,rorn<T of Pinn^ltama avenue m-l Eitventk strut, By W. D. WALLACH, WiU be served to subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A yUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers senred In packages at 37# c*its per nvwtb. To mail subscribers the ?nb n-ripOon price i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year ?* adrtimee, TWO DOLLARS T?r six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; f<* ?e"* than three months at the rate of l .'K cents a week . yy SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, JULY 19. 1855. NO. 792. DR. L. II. WRIGHT'S UOTAILING "SCB0FUL0U3 ANTIDOTE," For tk' Permanent Cure oj CO NSUMPTIOX ?nd all other forms of SCKQFULO US DISEASES I^HIS Medicine is prepared by an eminent phy sician of eighteen years practice in .New York city, during which time he has constantly used it w:?h the most unbounded success, and created for it a reputation in private practice,' urfequalled in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 July 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: *T HI AID AY AFTER5001 July 1"?. AGENTS FOR THE STAR. The following persons are authorised to con tract for the publication of advertisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmer. N W corner ?f Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pettisgill A Co.. Nassau Unit. Bnstor.?'V B Palmer Scollsy's Building |y*Anvyp ristMKMT* ?bould be handed in fcy 13 o'clock >1 . other*L?e they may not ap pear until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PBE88. The Union discusses witb winch ability the Condition of tU Allies in the Crimea, coming to conclusions on the subject similar to those ?xpres?ed. repeatedly, in the Star within the last two months The -ainc paper, in two or three article", illustrate* the action of the Northern Know Nothing?. in. one and ail. mounting the Abolition platfom The Intelttgeucer, discussing the necessity for the obcdience to the law?, as well as for the preservation <">f the Union, .-ay*, in answer to an article in the Fayett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 July 1855

EVENING STAR, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Mad !)<.????Mad Dogr'?As in timet put. we now again call tho attention of the muni cipal authorities to the fact that rabid dogs arc likely to become rangers in our city. On II street. near Twelfth, wo are informed one was killed, not long since, and we can hardly take up ?r. exchange paper without our attention is arretted by nn account of ?? a most horrible .leath by hydrophobia.' The Cincinnati Ga tttte of the 5th, and the New York News of thr 10th. nraong others, detail case* of death bv this frightful disease?disease. did we say ? jfo. it's r.?>t disease?it'* awful canine-mad ness. and death without the hope of escape in its most horrible f<Tm. Better that every dog in Christendom should die than one human life be lost. Let our city guardians take this matter in hand forthwith. Several days ago. a friend kindly sent to us the foilowing extract from the Columbian Midline fur 1789: ?? There is nothing, perhaps, so much to be dreaded as t...

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