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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 October 1854

TITE EVENING STAR IS PCBLtsnED EVERY AFTERNOON, (HCUPT 5CXDAT,) At tit 5f,7- Hrri/diTtpi, eorn*r Ptimtylvama dV9trtt? and Eleventh itrtst, Bf WAM.4|!li A- HUFK, Tii ?uMorii? rs ir. Uieriiiea of Wa^r^Bctoa, G*-orf<> town, Aleianriria. IMuanre and Philadelphia, at 13 pr awum, ?SIX CENTS?werkly tr th<* Ag. ct". To mal sub-?cribers th? pno- ??= THREE DOLLAR.-? AND FIFTY CENTS I yrar in aUra^x, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONfc DOLLAR f< r THKEE DION I lls. COP1S9 oHi ( ?57. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1S54. NO. 553. ? ? ? f t THE WEEKLY STAB. THa neeHett PanQy asd New* 1 m* a create/ variety of Interesting y> found In any other?U paMMml an Sinfle copy, per TO CWII. rife copies.???????**?? ?in*ft M Ten do ? m Twenty do tt ?? Or?- Cask invariably in ???aK?. QTf- Stiift< ,v<?'.:!?? (ib wrappers) caa be procured a ruubtttf, im<ii?diauiy after tfce km <M ifet ii.t;ier. Prii e-TUil cs*ts. i iKTXtiTtM who act a* agent* wifl be i c inui<<aion o...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 October 1854

EVENING STAR. ***' ? . - WASHINGTON Oltfr: MOWDAY AFTEBNOOIC October 9. fC The difficulty of getting paper at this fnf tin very large edition the favor of onr patrons compels us to publish, which results in * great measure from the tco great scarcity of water this summer and fall to run the mills, induces us to make a temporary change in the appearance of the Star. Our paper will resume its lata appearance so soon as the fall rains enable us to lay in sufficient stock to be **1eta& against the casualities of the existing ?pretty of paper. Nearly all the papers ot large circulation at the North have been com gelled to adopt the same course. ? ?PIRIT OP THE MORNING PRESS '*'* Tfce Vition draws a striking parallel be tween the present condition of the Northern " and Southern popular mind, ehowiDg that while at the South all is quiet, calmness and contentment, a whirlwind of fanaticism and bigotry upon questions connected with reli gion, morals and politics, is sweeping over the H^r...

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. — 9 October 1854

local intelligence. ri pb..?<sizitiok or THE Pot.tcr?Aw I*for r p^.? In the Board of Cornm >n Counc I, nr/rW'M- M important bill, proptsed by John | SmHh. E?<h of ?h' 9eremh w*rd> WI" P'1*" 6iv be considered, and il is thought will be passed. ' ?? mo amendments not effecting its gener-l " ?,.,r Rojne an act of much interest to the llizejwo( \Vaslnrgt~n, we have procured a c"p?, 1 d rvc the mb taace *1" it below, 11 advance < I ^ mi?l r"btica,i?n ,hc ^'P0"*0" ,evvs~ ^^"mvides tvat k* June-25th the Councils ? hall ' ?.? the Justice? of the 1'eac- ? f the county ;? <'"r e8c" wa:d' wh ' p'rt r" ,Vi .hfdjtM-s hi l"< waul. lit. shall also -wpire * * ' tat- sirnt of the warrants issued t>v h:mr ts. v ' "i in "lieu U> Ibe present snlar.es, p. lice matis \ .hall each receive the teea n w allowed n lr!ll| rases.make monthly leturns of a 1 wairml f,j hv him. Stc., of all judgments and executions ?.?Jt-r? d by bun, ard results of the same. Also. detail* ? t the commit...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 October 1854

EVENING STAR. ADDRESS TO A JUG 07 BUM " Hare, o?ly by a cork cootroll'd . And (lender wall* of earthen mould, , t In alt the pomp of death, repos* The seeds of many a bloody nose; The stammering tongue, the hurried oalh ; The flat for flghtiag nothing lo h ; The pa?tow which do word can tama, That bom like sulphur into dime ; The nose carbuncied, glowinc red; The broken eye, the broken head ; The tree that bear* the deadly fruit Of murder, maiming and dispute; Await but innoce< ce a?ai!s; The images of gfoomy jails; I be g'ddy thought on mischief bent; The midnight boon in riot spent, All the*e within this jug appear, And Jack, the hangman, in Uie rear.*'. ? Good One,?A young gentleman, a member of a certain college, was expelled for the crime of drawing young ladies up to his room at night and letting them down in the morning, by means of a rope aad a basket arranged from his window. Of cottise, a great deal of gossiping con versation was the consequence. The fol lowing colloquy...

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. — 10 October 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (cxcntn siHDiT,) At tiif Star Hitiding*, roriutr Pennsylvania *rmu? trml huvntk street. Rt WAI'LACai <Sr II u P E , Will eerml to ?tibecnl>eni ai Hie cibrs <>f Wa?h. iiHU>n,U?-o?*e.?wn, AWandria Battiaor* ?n<1 PLjiii d?-lp.?ua, at rfIX AND A yUARTIR CENTS, paya ble ?reekJ> to Ui?* Ag*iiu. To mail imh-wribere lb* ?nh*cripti?m pri>n u THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS 1 ypsr in advance, TWO POL LAKS lor SIX MuNTUt?, and ONE DOLLAR for TI1K EC dOSTHA corns nxi CBJTT. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. ?., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1854, NO. 554. * THE WEEKLY STAR, Tbta ueaiieai family and New* IikimI hbuIii bif ? (Ntw variety of interesting i Miltni than be found in any otber?ta pabllabed on frariiy. - mil. 9taf!e copy, per annum J1 88 TO OLTOO. Fite copiw Ten do 8 ? Twenty do - - v. U M> 00- Ca$M, ixvabiaBLT III advance. 0&- Hinjtte copies (in wraj>per?) cu be procund a the ctNinter, inxin diaitly after itoe w>?e ot the |.ap...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 October 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY APTEBHOOH October 10. itEIIOTAL. jyiHE OFFICE OF THE "EVENIVO -IAK ' IS REMOVED TO THE LARGE i>MIOK BUILDING ON THE CORNKR OF PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND ELEV iNTH STREET THE PUBLICAUON OFFICE IS ON THE AVENUE, ONE DOOR FROM KLEVES1H STREET. XST Persons wanting the Evening Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after noon at Henry Tajlor's Newspaper Depot, " Sun Iron Buildings." SPIRIT OF THE MORI! IRQ PRESS Tha. Intelligencer again consider? the grounds on which the Nebra?k* bill is de fended, North and South, seeming this morn tag to be inclined to ?co!d the Chicago Times lor exhibiting a southern phase in its last is sue. The same paper corrects the uufounded general northern impression that the slave at the South if not entitled to trial by jury. lha Union continues its discussion with the Richmond Enquirer in a temperate, digrified, and really powerful artiole, wherein it shows the worse than folly of gratuitous personal attacks on a...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 October 1854

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ? Tnt Content.?Wf had not receiver! th? pro ceeuiiig oithe Board of Aldermen, up to the hour of going U> Jiress Com?i )n C4uiu.iL?This Board m? t at 7 o'clock, p o?.?<tli the members present?various peiitious r> -.-ived and referred. ?^r. i'ajri reported adverse 10 petition of <? orge H>-rrui>, asking the rer ,of a j?>rti<>n of money paw: tor a license t<? five months he w s out nf hiisi ne>s. Messrs. Smith, Bamberger,an#liavis, (Pres ident.) idv- ta'Ji. the clmui. Mr. Barr wanted tt.? princip ?? test'd. whetlier sue!) claims should be recognized ami agreed to recognize thera. A bill was then re;>orted lor the relief of (1 ? orje Haskins. and pasetd On motiou of Mr. Dunranson, the Committee on nanus w a? disciiaret d from the further consider* tion of the petition* or Jawed Patierson, Henry Tlicm, A. Heiuwiller, James Caspar is, Ltm) fcUl wards, and VVm. I>alt on. A hill for the relief ol* James Barry wo* pos; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 October 1854

EVENING STAR. TIII18 00 BY TURM. Turning the thoughts bacn to the pofts of old times, memory lights on a powerful composition by Robert Southwell. The singular condensation of language and ideas in the following poem, win strike tbe leant attentive reader. It woaltl be well if, in tbw respect, our modern authors would fallow the example of their predecessors. Writers of the rres ent day are as diffuse as those of the Elizabethian age were sententious. The latter bad more thoughts iEn words?the former have more words than ihrmfhtu?the one condensed an original idea into a single line?the others spread a single idea over a Tbe lopped tree in time may grow again ; Most naked plants renew both fruit and flowers; Tbe sorriest wight may find release from pain ; The driest soil suck in some moistening showers; Times go by turns and chances chinge by course From foul to fair?from better bap to worse. The sea of fortune doth not over (tow? She draws her ^ivors to the lowest ebb. Her tides ha...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 October 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBi*KU? EVERY AfTKRNOON, (BXOirr 5GXDAT,) ? At the Star Hmtftings, corner Pennsylvania avtnut and Eleventh street, By LLACH * H O P R , Will be VCrted to sitt&enbur* in 16? cin<n ttf VVaah in^uin, Ge<irga?wii, Alexandria, Baltimore and del pit la, ? SIX AXD A QDAEXIE CENTS, paya ble wedfcljr to the Agent*. To mail mtocnber* th? <mb?criptjoa price is THREE DOLLAJRS AND FIFTY CENTS i year In advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR lo* THREE MONTHS. {H7?Siwoli conn om THE WEEKLY STAJL - Tbti uctikni rwii; i !?( * fret:** Tarieiv of lmereeUBf readiag i be iHtnd In any otber?ia pubitahed on Saturday. r 1 tintfe oopy, pat ? ? HMMI .41 K __ - . ; ? .-Taownaa. COpl66e i?attM?ta ? ? ? aa a ? ???*??a*??xiiw t ? ? a S ft dO. ....?????? ???a?aa?a? ??? ????????? ? Twenty do.? U uQ VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, I). ?., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1854. ?I 1r. 1 M * ' ' Q&- Cua, wtaiuiu m iim W* Sin?ie copie* (ia wrapper.) can be u ill* counter, u?oi? diatp|y alte...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 October 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: -- WEDNESDAY ArTEBHOOl....October 11. RB9IOTAL. HTTHE OFFICE OP THE "EVENING ETAK" 18 REMOVED TO THE LARGE i>KICK BUILDING ON THE CORNER OP PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND ELEV ENTH STREET. THE PUBLICAHON OFFICE IS ON THE AVENUE, ONE DOOR FROM ELEVENTH STREET. tdT" Persons wanting the Evening Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after neon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, u Sua Iron Building*." * ? SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PREM The hitelligeneer is highly gratified to find the Union and Richmond Enquirer making an " honorable adjustment" of their quarrel oyer the views of General Cass on slavery. The Enquirer says that it finds it folly to ask Northern men to think rightly as regards the institution. All it demands of them is toler ation of the institution and scrupulous regard for the guarantied rights of the South. The Unio^ in reply, is " equally gratified to find him (the Enquirer man) so fully agreeing with us also in demanding of Northern men ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 October 1854

evening star. LOCA^ INTELLIGENCE. PBOCtBOl.fa* Of THE Boa RD or AX.CKBnt.~The Board met on Monday evening pursuant to law, with Messre. Magruder, Dove, Read. Borrows Hill, Fitz patric*, Hoosiot, Clarke, Marks, Johnrdn, and Pearson, present. A jfetiimn of sundry merctnnt^ and dealer* in liquors against an increase of licence, was presented and laid on the table. An act for the relttu" of Samuel Cook, from the Board ottommon Couneff, wn* passed. An aet for repairs o. streets in the Second Ward; passed. The rwilatlon from the same Board rescinding 'he jofW resolution authorizing the laws, fiic. to be }?ibii<<fce4 in rhe Saturday Evening News, was taken np, reatf twice, and referred to the Commitu-e on Folic*. The Mayor nominated G. W. Harknws to be n Commissioner for the First and Second Wards tabled. - * A resolution granting a portion of the Centre Mar hot ground* to Spalding i Rogers, for a circus, was pissed. ' C'n motion of Mr. Borrow-, the Board r-sume.: the consideration o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 October 1854

EVENING STAR. ? i^i n ? ' - * \ < ' [POB nil STAR. A POIM, lUcktd on tkt Odtmrie? 0/ tfu Consecration of Olen - Cemetery, Jingutt M, 1864. GLEWWOO&-. x v. These are Gods acres, henceforth consecrate To burial rites and slumber* of the dead, Where mourning bands the sepulture sha l wait, And words of prayer and tenison be said. Bee, where the Lodge looks down the city street, And sculptured forms the sacred en ranee keep, Afl tbough nad seraphs lingered there to greet The dead borne onward in their dreamlem sleep. Lo, where the (round by art and nature made To kaoHs and dells, in undulation lies. Where e'er the sunbeams into shadow? fade, Aa earth reflects the grandeur of the ikies. r. 4* j' ? > Tn*r* *t*nd* the mausoleum down the way. The vaulted marble turning towards the went; Where trembling sunsets ca?t their parting ray Back oihthose portals of untroubled rest. Thence Winding walks and pebbled pathways break By glebes of grass, fair dopes and leafy glades. Where weepi...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 October 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (MXOMPT SUNDAY,) At Uu Star Building*, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By WALLACH 4k HOPE, WUi be served to aubacribera in the cities of Waab initon, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila> delphia, at SIX AND A QUAET1R CENTS, paya ble weekly to the Agent*. To mail subscribe? the mitMcripuon price i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a yew in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE HONTHS. (Jj^Simole copies ??* can?. i ? VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. ?., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1854. NO. 556. THE WEEKLY STAK. This oaoeWeat Family and ?? >ng a greatw variety of Nriareauag reading t&ui la found in any Hw li pvbtMud ?? tawnhifr, TOMS. Single copy, pc annam M to etr%?. COpiMi aatil . ???. .. mmuMWHiMiiM I 06 Ten do ? 00 Twenty do...?.. 15 uc DT" Ca?B, tnUUILT IB ilTUCt. fth Single copies (in wrappers) can be pmaninl h the counter, immediately after the issue uL th? paper. Price?maa* caters. JT Postma?t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 October 1854

evening star. WASHINGTON PITY: tHTHDAY AFTEBHOOJ.?.. > > October 13. . BE.TIOVAL, HT THE OFFICE OF THE "EVENING ?&? 18 demoted TO THE LARGE ^>1UCK BUILDING ON THE CORNER OF ?SS?8YLVANIA AVENUE AND ELEV ..SJSr. fTRKET* THK PUBLICATION ?5?EK?5 IS ON THE AVENUE, ONE DOOR FROM ELEVENTH STREET. fey Parsons wanting the Evening Star in Baltimore, oan procure it early every after noon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, 44 Son lion Buildings." ?WMT OJ THE MORNING FBKSS The Intelligencer insists that the Demooracy wear two faoes under their Nebraska h*od? their Northern journals insisting that the Ne braaka bill is one 14 for freedom,'' while at the South, according to our neighbor, it is a bill to give the South ita rights. Ac to its own po rtion upon the future of the Nebraska ques tion, the Imzlhgeneer says: "?** P,?ri?.oal In^mgeneer has already ??pmsed its disapprobation, in more instances ^\n. 0D?- ?J effort to agitate for a repeal ? of the Nebraska biLl and restoration of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 October 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WVOIRRALK AND RETAIL LtQt'OR DEALERS.?The act as passed by the city Councils " to license, tax, aim! regulate wholesale dealer*," provides that alter th? first day of November next the annual tax upon a license to sell spirituous and fermented liquprr, wine*, cordials, and nlj intoxicating liquors in *qan tttie* less than * pint, by wholesale or retail, shall b?* fr?rtv dollar*; w'lere the annual average amount of capital invested m tfi> business of the person or person* applying fbr such license is under one tltou sand doll art., forty five dollars; where it isonetlum sand dollars or over, and nailer two thousand dollars, fifty dollars; where it is two thousand dollars or over, and under four thousand dollars, fifty five dol lars ; Where it is four thousand dollar* and over.and nnd?r six thousand dollars, sixty doll an?; where it is six thousand dollars or oTer, and aider nine thou s*M dollars, seventy dollars; where It is nine thou^ wind dollar...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 October 1854

EVENING STAR FABEWBLL TO THE 7L0WEEI. The following beautiful poem ie by Um Francis Brown, a young lady who has contributed largely to the Loudon Atbencunw It was taken from ene of the periodicals, some three or four years ago: ?? Farewell! farewell! bright children of the sun, Whose beauty rose around our path where'er We wander'd forth since vernal days begun, The glory and the garland of the year. Ye came, the children of the spring's bright promise; Ye crown'd the summer in the path of light, And now, when aiuumul* wealth is passing from us, We gaxe upon your parting bloom, as bright And dearer far than summer's richest hue? ? ' ? ?"' * Sweet flowers, ad eu! Ye will return again; the early beams Of spring will wake ye from your wintry sleep, By the still fountains and ihe shining streams That through the green and leafy woodlands sweep; Ye will return again to cheer the bosoms Of the deep valleys, by old weods o'erhung, With the fresh fragrance of your < p?ning blossoms; To b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 October 1854

WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1854 Tli-E EVENING STAB J, PUttUa0&i> KVERY AFTEffNOON, (sxcan acwi'A*,) - 1 At ths Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvania avenue awl Eleventh street, TUT WAI.LAlll A: HOPE, Will be wtved in ?ubscribrre m the citi?*s en" W m>> ingiuu. ^xatidria. Raltiomreund Phila dull***, at SIX AND A QUART BR UENTS, paya ble weekly .o the Agent.-. To mail subscriber* th? subscription price te THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advanee, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, ana ONE DOLLAR for T VOL. IV. PAj'AR. cu>u n in* a arratrr ran*1** i?H? r?-?tin? Thaw tor I"?b4 in aap mtfi-t |*?to'ai??id nu S?i?*nUy. iSOkglr. pfcf UMM.!nV. t. - ..%? *4 to rww. FlVC Cfp 4% ?.? ,tt? ? ? % ? . ? ???? I* T*n 4o?..ii*^ I Twenty ".7!....is ?<<? 09* CilH, IBTaEIa BLT IV ADTAjira. (Xy- Single copies (in wrapper*) car (>e pr?v?rr.i a Uit couDbM, MnaHMtiateiy *ftrt tfcn i-wuf o( the paj?<jr. Price?tjiuk v?a*Ta- , j rosTHAtTsaa wiiu ?ct aa mwu wUt tor allowed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 October 1854

EVENING STAR. ???.?? ? ?v._=_n=r.=? -r ?? WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON .October 13. JST Persona wanting the Evtnin# Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after noon at Henry Tajlor'a New* paper Depot, " Son Iron Buildings." - - I SPIRIT OF THS *0Birnr0 PRESS. The Union argues in reply to the silly nb* terfage of Abolitionism, wherein the latter, by way of excusing its own moral treason, undertakes to preaeh and prate over " South ern Aggression" on the rights of the North. The official organ also grows indignant over a late effort of the New York State Temperance Committee or 14rand Council, to levy black ?ail on all the Protestant churches in the State, for funds to elect Clark and Raymond Governor and Lieutenant Governor of New York. The Intelligencer says: 44 In some remarks on the next election of President, the Conneeticut Courant expresses a sentiment which we believe is gaining very general admission in the public mind. It is in regard to the shortness of the Pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 October 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL 1XTELL1&EMCK. An Isftt for " Items."?This morrrin| we found ? package on .;ur table addressed ?< to ihe Local Editor," with the inscription, " From John D. Cal lahan, of the firm of McSpeddon k Baker. U. S. Stationers," and on opening it found, uot an "ii.fer nal machine,^ bat a regular and c -mplete outfit for ?4 Item*." It coriMsts of a ream of extra white-laid Congress letter paper, a ream of extra superfine cream-laid note pap r, " manufactured for the Queen," a l/>t of excellent pens, ink. a beautiful ink-stand, a dozen ot the celebrated <l Luhin" pen cils,,a lot of Momec (London) envelopes^ a stick of sealing wax, a ueat s?-al,a rich four bladed knife by Roger?, sa d box and paper of sand, paste-pot or jar of muci age, much seperior to pane or gim arabic, a pair rf scissors, a patent metallic memorandum boot, kc. Many of the articles are of the manufac ture of Messrs. Mc^p^ddtn. Baker fc CaOaban, and are fine specimens of American science and a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 October 1854

EVENING STAR. ?? Abab Jones," in the Pitufield Sun, thu? puts in ilia claim U? the premium offered by tbe " Emigrant Aid Society," for th? best poem illuitralive of the D?w land speculation in Kansas: THX MASSACHUSETTS EMIGRANT 80NG. To tbe I'ewn of '?( )h Us ali m my tye Betty Martin." it's a drelfle long ways we're agoin, But our motyves are noble and grate ;? To them Feller? out west we're for showin Ttae best way to build up a State! They don^ kno,?Poor Fillers! tliey don't kno That whus are uoop^rrioous here Where our Party has lield all the places For tbis ever so many a year! While there the case is quite different,? So we're join for tbe good "of tbe Cause," To take our political notions And frame them out there into Laws. Truman Smith, ke says its for " Freedom," And Goodrich, and other chaps .too; But if we should speak oar convifions lVe*i say that's a u dodge" and a " do ?" Do vou think that such Critters as we b?' Would go such a dreffie long ways Juent merely for " dow...

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