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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 November 1854

- THE EVENING STAB PDBUBHJH) EVERY AFTERNOON, (ocrwn SUNDAY,) ? - -1 v ? ? ? At tks Star bttitrtingSy rorjivr *!?. - mnd Eltvmth wtrett, By WA LLACU Jc HOPE, Will be aarved to aobecribera ia th? cihh* ??f WyK ington, Geor*e^iwTt. AJexapdrla, Baltimore snrf P^'a delptjia, ai Sit AND A QUARTER CENTS, p*F Me ???<?*** "? chr Aavnta. To mail rahacrihen >b? ?nWfi|itmn rvnce is THREE DOLLARS AND FTrTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS ftn 8IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR trrr THREE MONTHS. oopics anr OMT. I ?? AYOID ALL QUACKERY, A *D TM?* MEDICrNaS PRWAKED BTA A REQUHH PiIY5TCI*N ONLY. LIKE Pi - LoSQED, A rinR *0R ALL PAIN, CO^flS. OOLW, 0?NS0HPTt0-, OROTJD, WHOOPING COUGH. LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, Ih mOBiTI ?>* 80UR STOMACH. 8CH0F0LA. ALL gKtN KHCPTIONS, ASU ALL FEMALE COM PLAINTS. DR J. S. RCHIM CELE^THTED FAMILY MBDIUINEa are ih? result of thirty years practice in Ptyl*4?ipRia. Hit preparations are forr e,|ji eouDplaiaC. ana have b*?n well tested and aa^rov**j by hundreds of ...

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. — 24 November 1854

??? I I E-VENING STAR.! \ MHs'tiTON CITY: FKI'; vv * *- XKHNOOW November ?4 rw W. J1 Vills, at Fredericksbhrg, Va is nrepared to lirni*h ?ub?criber8 to the <Stt. w th their rap.'"? early every morning. Per son.- wintin* rhe piper will be promptly a' folded to by 1-aving their names and ad dresses with him. Smith A Fore. No 150 Broad street, and ">94 Main street, Richmond, are agents for the daily Evening Star, and are prepared to fur nish it early each morning after its issue a' their counters, or to subscribers by regulaT carriers. rF? A B Owkks, No. 70 High St., Ports mouth, Va., will fu-nish subscribers to the tii-amn~ .Star with their papers regularly every morning af.er it= issue. ? ? U' fr uV * -IF. Tet? The Union conceives that Mr Francis Grangers platform, for the reorganization of the Northern (Silver Gray) Whig party, is hardly less anti national and objectionable than that of Mr. Seward. The editor also calls attention to the fact that no prominent Democrat has any ...

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. — 24 November 1854

h V I' mm; ST A ft. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Enforcembnt or the Kecent Liquor Law ?We understand that the polio? officers of the wards of the city went round this morn* ing notifying tbe keepers of restaurants and drinking saloons that if they continued sell ing spirits after to-night they would one and all be duly prosecuted under the new l?w We learn further, that the officers say that they act in this matter under instructions fr?m the corporation attorney, who deetns it bis duty to wait no longer for the termination of the appeal case now pending before the Dis trict Court. Ybsterdat.?The churches of Washington were exceedingly well filled yesterday morn ing with congregations that appeared much interested in the various discourses for the oc casion, all of which duly enforced the obliga tion on ail to keep in view the duty of ever present gratitude for the multitude of bless ings which Americans enjoy. We presumu that on no previous occasion were so many able ana eloquent sermon...

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. — 24 November 1854

F.VFNTNG STAR n Iiaitati?i of by Montgomery. tvmTTS* BT MRI OUT. Mom is tb>* nine to w \ke. The evni J* 11 undone; Pp na frrm :h ? arm* of sleep, and break The iVit- r* o: report*. H. k at the { \vy ?>r nvn abroad, \n 1 -vet i fellow.-hip w th God. ^Tn' i i? tlic time to s>ray. How i :? how meet, To - nd (tm t-.irlie-1 thoughts away I."i? ?o tin' in ?(??? neat! or-j lor ii?, io claim A ble.-sing iii ciur .Master's name. Morn i* the time to tine; llnw i lia m? ??u "ti? t(> hear T i * minting voices of nature rinjf In (i ite I i gt it Hi ear! V o will ?? it -wHInjf anthem raise '-Ii. a it:!'s frt- h ii: t i i sons of praise! M^ni i-itti?* tint" to sow T! ? - ,i~ ur he ivenly truth; V. '? I. :.ali.i> hri-?-zt.? .-ol'tly blow L" ? "??i iiie ?.>?) i f v nth: An : look t > th?*r. it >r look i? vain, Oi;r i. Mr -uri-lmie and for rain. VT: T is i1- ? 'nee to love; A- ?? ii nil- in the vine, Ti ? in i!? Hn tii ii- !? -nctly rove ? I ? <? 'i tie iii to t ?\ in ; A ?...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 November 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (Wiewn 8UYDAY,) At the St<*f buildings, corner Pennsylvania anentt* s??? Ef event h street. By W 4 1.1.% ? 14 ? OOPS, Will be served to?ub*'ril..-r- In U)*' rib?-? ?<? \* .?.*?, in*tnn,Q?on?;own, Alexandria. Ba?limor? and Phiih (MptiM, iiiSUAXOA QUARTIR CENTS, ptgw ?????! ??*> iti* *w?. Tornati subscriben? th? ?ohwnpCKNi oho? is THREE DOLLARS AM) FIFTY CEWT8 ? y?ar in wivance. TWO DOL LAR? ft>r SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR ?w THREE ?IONTHS. flrj-Siaeta ronci ou cam. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1854. NO. 59* AVOID ALL QUACKERY, AND G4?? MKDIOlMi* PRtfaRKD BY A ft_?UL.RPrlY?IClAN ONLY. LIFE P???. L .Noll), A CURB POR ALL PAIN, CO~iiH3. OOLD?v CONSOMPTION, CROUP, WBOOPtN? O COLI, LI VSR COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, IN DIGKiTI?N SoUR STOMACH, BOPOF?L.A. ALL SKIN fcnUPTiONS, AN ? ALL PEMALK COM PLAINTS. DR. J. 8, ROME'S CELEBRATED FAMILY MBDICTNESare the result of thirty years practio* lu Phil*? Ij '.i_. His preparation...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 November 1854

EVENING STA?. WAs?IMtTON PITY: SATTTBPAl A FTfBNOON.... November 25 W. M. Mills, at Fredericksburg, Vs.. li prepared to furnish subscribers to the Sta> with their papers early every morning. Per non? wanting the paper will be promptly at tended to by leaving their names and ad dressee with him. tW ?. ? Owens, No 70 High et., Porte mouth, Va., will furnish subscribers to tbe Evening Star with their papers regularly every morning after its issue. THE WKELLY 8TAR. Everybody out of Washington who wants a correct compendium of what is going on here? as well as an admirable family journal, should subscribe for tbi* paper. It is only $1.25 a year. ? esmm ? ? ? ? **.?!?? ??> tai soBN?ira p?_um The Intelligencer bas nothing editorial this morning, though it. news and miscellaneous columns are exceedingly well filled. .he Union discasees the Revolution?r spirit of the Old World, and conceives that the oumnt war is in the end to strengthen the cause of toe European masses. The Sentinel's...

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. — 25 November 1854

y V ! NINO STAK LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Taa C^oaiire o? th* Tavbbxs a*?? Re? tauraxts.?We learn thai at a ?ate hoar s es terday, the Mayor addreaeed to the Chief ? Polio? a note directing him to stay proceed ingi under the previous order, (noticed in tht Star of yesterday,) requiring the Chief'? corn? to notify the tavern and restaurant keepers of Washington not to sell liquor after 12 o'clock last eight, in this last communication from the Mayor, it is stated that he directs the stay of proceedings until after Friday next on thf advice of the Corporation Attorney, who ha? intimated that such is 'he recommendation ci the U. S. Dittriot Court, whioh proposes, on Friday next, positively to take up and dispose of tbe appeal case now pending before it, upon whioh it appears to be understood that ail the parties to the controversy are about to rest the question of their rights involved. So the licensed liquor selling houses of Washington may eontinue selling until after Friday next without f...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 November 1854

E VENINO STAR "I LOVE TO LITI " ?1 ina* ti live.'" nM a piatti i af boy, A* he e il ? p'*y'1 wuh his new bout?t toy ???1 a merry laurh went vhoing forth From a ?*?m uM'd with joyous mirth. ?? love to live!" ?id a ?triplin? bold, ?l will seek lor f.ime? I will toil lor gold,'? And he form M i?? bis pb asure many a plan, Tu be carried out when he crew a man. "f love to live ?* said a love- true, "Oh, gentle maid, i would live for von ! ?1 have laboi'.? hard In search lor fame? I lave louad it but an empty name." "I levo lo Vive !" said a happy sire, As his e'nildren near'd ihe winter's fire; rcr ?iis heart was cheer\i to see their joy, And be almo? wish'd biniseli a boy. ?? kive to live !" ?-aid an aied man, Wh ?e hour of lite was well nigh run, Think you such words from him were wild, 'J he old man was again a child. And ever thus, in this fallen world, Is the banner of hope to th.? breexe unfol'd, And only wi'h a hope o-> ^ieh ? Can a mortal ever love to die. To Make Yellow Buttk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 November 1854

L ?GG? EVENING STAR PFBLISBKD ITKRY AFTICRNOON, ( 1X0*1*1 8CNT>AY. ? At the Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvania avenrte and Eleventh street, ?7 Wal.Ttni * DOPE, Will be served to subscriber* in the ciaes nr Was? Miglia, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phi'. 'ielphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pay? Me weekly ?the Agents. To mail subscribers the -.???rriptinn griee is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS* year in mavmce, TWO DOL I.A.BS G?t 81X HONTP^J, and ONE DOLLAR >t THREE MONTH:?. fltf-SiaeXB nonas on? cisrr. ? - - ff ? -h , r,?.. ni-? VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1854. NO. 594. AVOID ALL QUACKERY, A ND ???? MKDIC?NK8 PREPARED BY A A ?EQULARPHIT'TOIAN ONLY. LIFE PH> fftffOWL A CURE roa ALL PAIN, ???T?? COLDs, CONSUMPTION, CROUl?, WHOOPINC -,???a, LIVKft COMPLAINT. 1>Y.?PEP^TA. TN ?i?EiTION SOUR STOMACH, 8CIOPUH, ALL ?KT.N ERUPTIONS, Afte) ALL FEMALE COM f'L?INT8. Di' J.' 8. RO^V.l C-SLKSRVTED FAMILY BMEniOINESare th^r-sult of thirty years praclio* i...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 November 1854

EVENING ST A V. V?A___l_____i^N _J MOB DAT ?G????????.? ?.. t. ^r il Agents for the Evening Star out of Wash ingion Persons at a distan;? wanting th? Dai'y Evening Star, at the earliest period after Mb issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delswere, by E. S. R. Butler, No. 114, Market street Baltimore, hy He5Hy Taylor, Sun Iron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzmiller Alexandria. Va., by Wm F. Carse. Frederick nurg, Va., by W. M. Mills Richmond, Va , by Smith A Fore, Nos. 15P Bro-.d street. and 194 Main street. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owbbs, No. 70, High street. ???? t THE MO-.NI?G PRESS. Th? Intelligencer contains interesting Lon don and Paris letters. Tbe Union reviews the late contest in New York, and argues that it has developed ele ments of Democratic-party strength which will not long hence restore that party to the ascendency in the Empire State. ? ?i a Late Pcblicatiobs?E. K. Lundy, George town, has sent us " Life in the Clearings vs The Busb," by Mrs. Moone....

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 November 1854

W-?^---1 ? i ?? Ax% li S i Ali. .. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CacTio?f ?The arrest of the negro boy whc bad been entrusted to call for tbe letters for Brown's Hotel, under proof positive that he was in the habit of robbing them, (the letters) should be a warning to all in business to he c ireful on whom they entrust th? duty of re ceiving their mails from the poet office. Some years ai nee, th? mails of the Union office were robbed after the same fashion, and the kind? neee of heart of the late Thomas Ritchie alone ?aved the culprit, a small negro boy, from long service in the penitentiary, the money and the opened letters being found on him. We also remember a white boy in tbe em ployaient of Blair ? Rives, when tbey pub lished tbe Daily Qlobe, after stealing consid erable eurns of money, was caught robbing letter? carried by him from the post offise. All missing money letters are laid at the doer of tbe post office, and yet it is probable that sot one such robbery in ten is perpetra tel ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 November 1854

?' EVENING ST41.. LINTS. Addrefsed to my Wit?, on the Kinlh Anni veriary of onr Marriage. a. s-v. j. ?. ruRM-V. Ta u t nu?? year! str/?; dear B. ?<?>?. Wiien, ia the mom me ol our lite, We .fmk our vfiwi of tai till ill love, Ard you became my trusting wife. ~I \v-a i?I a fair and dewy B.orn, v\ it h earnest face, and hand in hand, Our IfT^-lons journey we commenced, Hoping io re eh the heavenly land. '-. ? A r??it?ii and thorny way it ia We Vf j'iurned these few fleeting yean*, Vet ?i nvevs have hi oined along our path, laith has banished all our fears; Am. ?. i if- "? tr?ala we have been ?.:? !i other's confidence and stay. And l? ve has >i_hteneri everv step,' ?\nu cheered ns on ourdestiaed way. Ri? h rit r?dee has our Father sent, T? crown aud blesa our earthly lot, And many tokens of His love, Th it ne'er by us shall be forget; Aud not the least of these, d ar Been, An? all our precious Cherubs, four, The inuncent and happy group That play around our cottage-door. How ...

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. — 28 November 1854

THE EVENING STAK PUBU-mKD ETERY ?G???????, (H?R B?BDAT,) sit th? Star Buildings, earner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By WALLACH * HOPF, WIB be served to eotv-crtbers in the cltie? .?'" Wash tagloa,-?Mnre'oern. Alexandria. Ba-timo?* ?mi Pbiia ?HpitU, ai tflX ABD A QOABTBR OBHTt?, nav* bie -?"???? o (he Ai?n*. To mail subscriber* ?be mtaenpd?? ?wies ie THREE DOLLARS AND FIl-TY centre t year la m?tanos, TWO DOL LAS8 ?br RIX ?????, and OWE DOLLAR tor THREE BOJTTHS. 3rja-_i*?i.? ootm one VOL, IV. WASHINGTON, D. C, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1854. NO. 595. AVOID ALL QUACKERY, A ND ???* MUDICiN-H rttSPAKKD RY A A BBOULAR PHT9T0IAN ONLY. LIFE ? : ? I/'NGBD, A CURB ?Oa ALL PAIN, OO'TuH?. OOLDa, C i*8UMPTIOS OROU*, WHOOPING COUGH. LIFBR O0MaL4lNT, DYSPBPrtlA, I* ???????? S )?R 8TOMAOH, SCROFULA. ALL SKI* BBUPTIONS, ABU ALL IBM ALB COM PLAIBT8. DB. J. S. R01BS CBLEP.R4.TBD FAMILY MBD.CINBS are th* result of thirty years practico la P-ilad-lptiia. Hi > preparations are flor rnch eoa p...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 November 1854

EVENING STAR WASHINGTON OITY: TUESDAY AFTFKWOON.lfovemb? 28 "?"?**??-? ? ? ? ?.. a?."?*! s-.. ? ?- s. >al ia a???a?>Bnnn?-???I?? e Agenti for the Evening Star ont of Wath ington. Persons at a distan :? wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after it. issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butler No 114. Market street Baltimore, by Hiebt Taylor, Sun Iron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitziiller Alexandria. Va., by War P. Cabbk. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Richmond, Va . by Smith ? Fob?, Nos. 150 2-0 d street, ard 194 Main street. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owaits, No. 70, High street. ?'???? OF THB HOBlttHO PRESS. The Union discusses the Ciar and tbe Al lies ; and thicks that tbe conservative Whig statesmen of tbe land will not long consent to play secotd fiddle to such men as Gardiner and Burlicgame The editor thinks that th Kr.ow Nothings are abcnt to abandon tbe se cret elements in tbeir organization. Tbe Inteliigenc...

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. — 28 November 1854

EVENINGJSTAR? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PaocKDi?ea or thr CecJicixs ?Board of Aldermen.? ^??* evening the board met, Mr. Vie? President Clark in the cbair. Mr Borrows, rising to a question of privi lege, corrected a misapprehension of a portion of bis remarks on tbe last night the Board ?net, when be was reported as having alleged tbat the $60.000 of corporation debt to which be bad alluded on that occasion was created by the last municipal admioiitratiou. It wss not his intention to generate tbi ? impression. as tbat debt was tbe old and general debt of tae corporation. Mr. ? proceeded to defend himself at some length against an anonymous at.ack upon himself as be conceived io the American Or gao, wherein he was charged with uttering the sentiments of an infidel. He denied haviag said what was laid at his door, aod explained his views on Christian doctrines at some length, claiming the r ght. as a oitiien, to believe what his conscience told him to be correct, al ways respecting tbe mini...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 November 1854

TV \??? STAR TO THE KVSlflNO STAB. SV THOMAS CAMPBELL. ?'tar that .?rinfe?t home the bee, ??nd *. tl'-t th?? weary laborer free! If any s ?ir ?hod p-a?*??. lis thou, Tint seasPel it from above? Appearing when Heaven's breath and brow Are sweet as her*? we love. Tom?? to the luxuriant ?kies, Whil-t the laiid?*e?ipe's odors rise. * hil?t tar off lowing herds are beard, And song?, when toil is done. Proni cottage* whose smoke unsurr'd ? urla > ri low in the sun. Star of love's soft interviewa, Partid 1 -vers on thee muso; Tneir r?,menihran?,er in Heaven Of thrilling vowstliou art, T?m? delicious to be ri.en By absence from the heart. Vitriol and Religion. It is said that tbe miscreant, Theodore H. Gray, arrested tern throwing vitriol on the dre-ae* of ladies, has confessed. The New York Herald sjys: The prieeaar, who isa man of high standing in the community where:n he is known, ad mitted ' be commission of these malicious acts and g ve a.?? an excuse for his crime, that b? had hi-c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 November 1854

u?? gif na *f-ff? MM. PTHEEVENlJ?liSTAJi j At the Star ?avenue and Eleventh ?rfresfv; ??? ? y WALLACH de KORK, Will be served to subscribers tai the ci*-*?? Was* sum, Georg??--, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phil? !??!,.hi ?, at SIX AND A QUARTER CBNT8, paya >'?" wtwkly to the Agenta. To mat subscribers the ? utm-riptii-in price is THREB DOLLARS AND FlFTYC-NTBa year ?b advance, TWO DOL LARS for 8IX MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAR -r THREB MONTHS. fry-Sineia cones obb CBb_. VOL. IV WASHINGTON. Ue, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1854. NO. 596. m AVOID ALL QUACKERY, AND ???? MEDICINES PRKPARRD BY A H_G?LARPHY!tCTAN ONLY. LIFE PRO LUNGED, A CURB FOR ALL PAIN. COUGHS. ?V-LDi?, CONSUMPTION, CROUP, WHOOPING ???iUGH, LIVER COMPLAINT, DY8PEP8IA, IN OIGESTTON SOUR STOMACH, 8CBOFCLA. ALL ?SKIM ERUPTIONS, ANO ALL FEMALE COM PLAINTS. DR. J. 8. RO?'3 CELEBRATED FAMILY "lEDIOINES are the result of thirty years practice ? Philadelphia. Ill?- preparations are tor each inplalut, and have b-ea well tested and approved...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 November 1854

EVENING Sta F. WFDHISDA. AIlnB?wns9.ff..?aOTnn.t? 18 Ag.n.i for the E vai g Star out oi Wash? ing on Persons at a dUtau e wauling th? Dai'y Etemvg Star, at the earliest period after it" L-sue. can be accommodated at Wilmiogtoo, Delaware, bj?* S. R. Bctlkk f?o 114. ?Muikct street Baltimore, by Bkney Tatlob, Sun Iror Buildings. JJarptr'f Ferry, by Archibald Kitzmillek ?ntoaandrin, V?., by Wm F. Carm, Frtdeiici.-burg, Va., by W. M. ?Mills RicLmoL?. Va , by ?iirrn ? Fona, Kos 16* Uro d itiier, atd lili Main street. Porto mou ib, \a , by A. B. Owe:??, No. 7ft Uigb street. ?Pit-..' OF 1?? MOR?liTG TRES? Tb? . y ?as issue with the Intelligencer. wherein the latter moarns over tho di.-p isition of ?Nicholas to extend tbe limits of his territo ries, es being akin t > the Amerioao propessity forterriuiiial aggrandisement. Ihe editor con tends tbat? 4 AVe bave never yet gocoto war/or ihe mm pose of B"q ?iiing teiniory, or lor tbe pur, >? as vi h iiubsia, ai d England, and Frai ce. ? leia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 November 1854

?evening star. a? ? ? 1 _W?c W fi? 'LOCAL INTELLIGENCE EzsA-ATiojr? rae-t 8?w?ie.?W? perceive ?hat th? deleterious effect on the health of aitami growing out of th? exhalations from the ?ewers, as constructed at present, ia causing ?Mentific men in London and -Tew York to -..-usile their brains to discover some remedy :??>r the ?vil. It is proposed in London to have a ir- escape valvas in th? sewers communicating with air-tight pipes opening up under the fur? UBMe of the various man-factories of the oity, in whioh hug? fir?s are built and from whioh th? amok? ?scapes only through very long ohim neya. The?? valves ?nd pipes are to sot as blowers m it were to the furnaces, whioh, in turn, by subjecting tbe impur? air to intense heat, will eject it from their long chimneys over upon the eity, purified. The plan of " water traps." at eve y open ing in a sewar into which wa-er or filth enters it, arranged by Dr. Thomas Miller, the Presi dent of the Washington City Board of Health, app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 November 1854

EVENING .STAR ? r\W ???? WnDDii.v I ?aw ii,?? ? ? ?'.'? ?', ism ? ??ii?-r s?> Wirhin ti??- -r?<T? d .., ?. : Thy younsr ch'?ek in a Mushinz glow. Brtwial a t??.ir ?uni fin. ? Thy ??-art was ?z'm.! in maiden fjt**i Bui ii?'itlov?>d sbfer\??ntlv Was t'.iiihlo?? ali the ululo, I tinte him for Ine vow he spoke ? I Bate him Um the vow he broke. I kad tin? lore Unit could not die. Its dea at* and horn-s ami frar^. And ?nried all my misery, In sei?? ,y aad tears. And d <ys jia^sed n??and thou didst prove ?? ?- <x uiir??]uited love, Evi in thy early years, tl '?i ilitUt die?so fair and g-rvx!? ? in.I in BtdHnde. ? ? um wert livin<r I did inde ????"*? maw secri'l pain-: I ' ii.ive shocked thy modest pnd? ? all the world contains: I'm ilion basi pcriMlHd; a*id the fire. That, otten cheeked, conili ne'er expire, ? ? onbtdden ratsns,? II - :,?, rime io sneak my vow, I r ah ! Ilio? can'st not hear it now. , ?teepn1 hcncTh thy lowly stone That dark and dreamless si.op. Ami li?',...

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