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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 November 1854

? ?? K ??VFX?NG 8TAR ??BL__-LED ETERY AFTERNOON, ?J^ (flBO-Pf ???-??.) |f At the Star Bit?danfs, rorner Pensesylaamta av?nete end Eleventh ?treat, ? ? W t I. G ? ? < I * HOPI, W?l be e??rv?-d to ?brKriber- la the ^iB?-s ?>** Wash ington, Gv?.. ?e ?own. Alexandria. Baltim??r??*ind Pbila? M*M?, at SIX A VD A QUARTER CENTS, pa-* bie -MuU| m the A-enr... To mail subscribers the ?mb-'nptj.w twice La TREES DOLLAR* AND . PITTV CBNT8 a year iu admanee, TWO DOL LAR!* for KTX MONTH*, and OWE DOLLAR tor THREE HOVTH-?. 0*3?-9???_? comb? oui ? can VOL. IV WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1854. NO. 597. AVOID ALL QUACKERY, AND ???? ?????G??? 1'R?PaKISD BY A ?EGULARPHV??CIAN ONLY. LiFK ??1> LONGED, A CCrlR FOR ALL PAIN, CO*?'?H8. COLDb, C)Nb?^PTIO,., CKO?1-, WHOOPING COUGH, LIVER COMPLAINT, DY?PRP-UA, IN riGB-ITIOV BOOK bTOMACH. SCROFULA. ALL 8KIV KKUPTiONi, ANU ALL FEMALE COM PLAINT!*. Dt. J. S. RO-1S'.*? CELEBRATED FAMILY MEOIOINE-t are th? result of thirty year? practice in Phi...

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. — 30 November 1854

EVENING STAB ? AMIINOTON OITY : TETTBSDAV AFTtKHCOH....November 30 i i ihYi ?r THE ?ORHIJftt PRESS The Intelligencer, a? an act of ju?ti-e to Senator Douglas, re publish?? hie speech at th? Chicago dinner. The, paper ia verjrich la miscellany to-day. Tbe Union cautions the South against ; placing confidence in Mr. John M. Clayton, i who. tb? editor seems to bold, ia, after all. ? hardly lea? op-osed to Southern right than Bar. 5?ward himself. Tra Kbickbbbocebb Magazibb.?- From Joe ShilliDgton we hare the Kniekorbocker Mag Min? for December This sterling publica tion maintains its reputation as one of the best monthlies of the day. ?3G Judge Pearson, in a re-ent oharge to th? grand jury at Harri?burg, decided that an lndiv.du_l ?ho vi.?it? from tavern to tavern, drinking five or six times daily, is emphati cally ? man of intemperate habits, and that tavern keepers in Pennsylvania who sell to ?neb are liable to proseoution under tbe act prohibiting the sale of liiuon to "men of -U?0*n...

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. — 30 November 1854

M EVENING STAR. l?"1" ?" ? ^ ^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thb .?EAS05 ?The world of Washington L? now in the full erj, y ment of its meet delight ful season? be Indian summer. All hearts are grateful for its blessings, a? m??y be teen in tbe countenance? of almost all one meets in a stroll anywhere in our city. " The Avenue'' swarms every afternoon witb momentary pleasure seekers, evidently bent on making the most of tbe ?hmt season of delightful wea'ber which tbis particular period ef the year always brings us, in the federal city, (iaily the throng > t ladies sweep up and down the Avenue s broad sidewalk, arrayed in color* as gorgeous and varied aa the tint* of the con stantly changing clouds, swiftly rolling past over their beads. By-tbe by, there it a eight to be seen abort ly before rhe sun sets f om tbe west terrace of the Capital, which, for gorgeous magnificence, is, we presume, not excelled, the world over <>ne, however, must choose a fitful afternoon, when tbe setting su...

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. — 30 November 1854

kv?:ning stak f ? ?_________?? WHILE ne G??G KB LIT XW WOP : tv tv mirrai ha* hie mi-elon. In ihin world of aC'Hre strife, Whether in a high po>lt on, Ora lowly walk in life. He it Is who, now fulfilling Every dut ? day bv day gh'iws the mind and spirit willing To perforili it* on ? ard way. LlfoV a tMrk upon the ocean, T*a*B?_ and roc-ed by every gale; Now acu s on ?with speedy motion, Now wiU> rent and tattered sail. Lific-a e bricht and sunny morning, VV itli some licht refre>hin_ showers, Followed by dark cloudy wanning Of the storm that o'er us lowers. Life*.? the corJ of silver, binding Man in contact with hie kind; Deiih ia but Hint hand unwinding Setting free the earth-bound mind. Life's the pitcher of the fountain Whence iiiunortal rill-? descend; Ti- tii?? fragile whetl ??urm.iuiiung Cistern where pure water? blend. Life's the day and deed for action, Death the re-t, the time of night; He won vMirk-i with satisfa.-linn. Works while yet the hour is light. Forward, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 December 1854

frmmmjim w????? - 4 HE EVENING STAE ? UBLT^jGLED EVERY AFTERNOON, i.UZCVI 6TTOAY,) / ? : ' ?<. .'/ L> < rV.9T PiPnsylt'VTiU* | ?f//Hi'vt ? f*. *tre*t, By ft 4 f. i. A C n <JL IfOPE, Will !>?? s* f/cJ tosuMCrilOR ui?!;- ci:;< * of vVa^fa I o:.-. C-'-wf "? a, AlcX.m-'ru Caiuiu^n at J Piiila ? j!, .v. rWX A> O A QUARTER CENTS, paya I cw?'? - if' '-e ,'vent?. To ntaii subscribers th? ? b-criplijn wtcc ic* Tf'RCE DOLLARS AND I iTV CENTc? a yar in ad-nnoe, TWO DOL I *KH r?r SIX *IONTH3, arid ONE DOLLAR l? r THREE MuNTHH. flr^-dnei* conn o** t sjrr VOL. IV WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1854. NO. 59S. AVOID ALL QUACKERY, 4 ND TAK? MKDICfNKrt t'R*-PAKL"D BY ? A wjgGULAR PHYITCIAN ONLY. LIFE PKO I ?NGED, A CURE FOR ALT, PAIN1, CO T^HS U >N'?UMPI OV, PROUP. vVf^|>OP[NG t HIGH, LIVKK OOMPLAINT, OYSPKn-*IA, IW. I r(iKf:IO% SOlJTl STOMA'"*!!, SCROFULA. A LI f ctm !krtUPT:oi?s, a:'i> all female cosi f i'.AINT?. D { J. 5. nor&3 OSi-H^RATEP FAMTL\ S KD^'JIN...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 December 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY FBI DAT AFTERHOOTY December 1. Agents for the Evening Star out of Waah> ington. Persons at a distance wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butler No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Herrt Tatlor, Sun Iror Bondings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzkiller Alexandria, Ya., by Wu. F. Carre, No. 6C King street, corner of Fairfax Fredericksburg, VaM by W. M. Mills. Richmond, Va , by Smith & Fore, Nos. 15C Broid street, and 194 Main street. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owens, No. 70, High street. SPIRIT OF THE KORNIHG PRESS. The Intelligencer Ls half in love with the ccurre of leading Democratio papers, with reference to car foreign relations, which, the editor as-uresbis readers, very favorably dis appoints him The Union comments upon the extraordi nary ch&n e with reference to the Eastern War question, which has certainly come ovei American popular opinion,...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 December 1854

Evening star. *local intelligence. Thb Isnkexpsrs' Cask.?This now famous appeal from a decision of Justice Donn, in the oase of the Corporation vs. Chas. Werner, was July taken up in the Cirouit Court, Justices Morsell and Dunlop presiding. At coon, Mr Bradley opened the case in a speech explana tory of the grounds on which the Corporation authorities ask the court to rule that the act of the Corporation, with the view of suppress ing the sale of liquor in the limits of the Cor ^ fiomticn, is legal and must be observed. Mr. B had not concluded when ?e went to press. Messrs Coxe and Carlisle appear in behalf of the inn keepers of the city, who have com bined to bear the expenses of Ibis suit on Mr. Werner's part. ?? Vac. rant Bota.?There are at this time, running at large in the streets of Washington, a cumber of hoys ot tender years, whose pa rents are toe worthless or indifferent to per form their duty by taking care of their off spring During the last few day3 a number of these nr...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 December 1854

V. i EVEN TNG STAR. ' Ml All Right in 4h? Morning-" 8T p. r. TA*LnH. W!i"ii t!i? bonml.ng h^at o the h*art of lovp, me 'p iiiging -tf-p gmvs slow; \Y hi thi! for c of a cl???irl in the Woe ?bcv<s Li. - il-rk on the p?th below, T.i" ?" z thit lie sing* i? 1 irt in a sigh, A-?l h turns where a Miir is dawning, Ami In r : :k . ;i* it Jaddons hi> heart and hi? eye : '? 11 v i.l ii'l he right in the morning!" VV1. ?. ' the sti.-??4 man armed' in the middle watch' Tmm li-V V ?h'm deck is jnzirig, And <t.;v. - through the wreck of the tcmprtt, to catch A n ? ' the dnv beam'* blaring; Aim ! ii v.-111 ?t< rm, there hard by the helm, II li? ? ?N ii ?t tile d tr If oeean >awning ; r?-r It - in ii not a rormw can whelai; ?? It v ill all lie n^ht in the tnorniag!" "NVii"??i i:'i t.nitif is r?nne, the littrp unstrung, i;5? nm.-ic trembling?dyit g; i i it nvj art unwept and his deeds unauiig, And !:? I i,:: in the grove to b?- lying, Tiifn ? voce ^hutl charm, as it charmed before l!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 December 1854

-THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (00?n 8UVDAT,) At tb* Star HmldHn.es, corner Pgnnrglmmttm ' awm.ru and Eleventh ?trt?t, By WALLACH ft HOPE, Will be nerved to aabacriber* in the citie* of Wwh Wftnn, Georgetown, Alexandria. BaltinvM* and Phi'* >?Dlna, at SIX AND A QUART** CENTS, paya ble we?*klv to the Agent*. To mail subscriber* the ?mtwcrtption twice in THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a rear in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tor THREE MONTHS. {J^Sisow oorw owe VOL. IV WASHINGTON D. C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1854. NO. 599. AVOID ALL QUACKERY, And t\k* mkdictnk* prkpared by a wbgular phyitcian only, life PK-> umamu A COM for all pain, cohohs. OOLm? C1N8UMPTIOV, GROUP, WHOOPING COUGH, LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, IN DIOEiTIOV SOUR STOMACH, 8CROFULA. ALL 8KI* ERUPTIONS, AND ALL IKMALK COM-) PL4INT8 DR. J.' 8. ROTS C*LE*R\TRD FAMILY MEDICINES are the wait of thirty years practice in Philadelphia. Hi* preparations are for each rojiplaint, and have b*e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 December 1854

EVENING ST A I. WACHINGTON PITV; SATURDAY AFTERHOGS 2 Agcnit for tho Evening Star out of V, ah iagtoa Persons at a distan e wanting the Dai'y Extnivg Star, at the earliest period af'c ita issue. can be aooommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butler, No 114, Market street Baltimore, by Henrt Tatlor, Sun iron ?Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Arcuibald Kitzmiller. Alexandria Va , by W? F. Carru. No. 60 King street, oorner o: Fairfax Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills Richmond, Va , by Surrn A Fork, Nos 150 B;o~.d street, acd iy4 Main street. Portsmouth, Va , by A. B. Owess, No 70, High street. THE WEiXLY STAR We are gratified at the rapid increase In the simulation of this popular journal. To-day's issue is an admirable number filled with ch >ice tales, poetry and news from all quarters Per sons wanting their friends at a distanco to Vlgst what is going on herd could not do better 1 ban to procure for tbcin a copy of thi> paper Price $1 25 cents a year in advance. O* ihR...

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. — 2 December 1854

\ _ J L L EVENING STAR. local intelligence. ? - A Sight Worth Seeing is the work upon the extension of the Capitol, at this time Capt. Meigs, of the United totetes Army, the Super intendent, evidently has hia hands full, and ia pushing on thia stupendous undertaking in a way which cud not fail to earn for him a high profession*! re utation, indeed. The beauties of the design of the architect. Thotnaa H Walter, Esq., are beginning to develop? them selves, as the exterior marble walls are rising. We found, yesterday, the marble work of one of the windows of the seoond story oompleted. Its pediment, head, and brackets resting on beautifully designed and artistically executed oonsules, make it by long odds the most charm ing thing of the sort ever attempted in this oountry. In both wings, there are to be one hundred and forty such windows, whizh, in themselves, will make the building famous as a work of art, even though it should embraoe nothing more worthy of partioular admira lion. In...

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. — 2 December 1854

EVFNTNG STAli TH1 DAY 07 KXST. Reet, rest! It is th? day of Beat?there needs no 1 ?'.<. ^ to tell The truih that every thoughtful eye, each heart pi read so well; Reet, rest! it utile Sabbath morn, a quiet fills tit air, Where whi<pered voice of peace repeats that rn is every where. O waarv heart! O heart of wo! raise up thy la worn brow; The fields, the trees, the very breeze?they all nr resting now; The air U still, there is no sound save that unceu: ing hum, The insect song of rummer time that from tli woods doih come. And even that seem? fainter now, like voice* (h away, As though they only sang of rest, and labored nn to-day. The hum of bees seems softer, too, from out Ifi clear blue heaven, Aa if the lowliest creatures know this day for r* wad given. The spacious tracts of meadow land, of bean field* anil of wheat, And all the globe are undisturbed by sound of In bor's leet; The eouer in his Sunday garb, with peace witliii his breast. Roams itlly uy the garden side, and ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 December 1854

MESSAGE. Felloe-Citizens of the Sftuile and of the House of Representatives : The past has been an eventful year, and will be hereafter referred to as a marked epoch in the history of the world. While we have been happily preserved from the calamities of war, our domestic prosperity has not been entirely unin terrupted. The crops, in portions of the country, have been nearly cut off. lMsease has prevailed to a greater ex tent than usual, and the sacrifice of human life, through carnalities by sea and land, is without a parallel. But the pestilence has swept by. and restored salubrity invites the absent to their homes, and the return of business to its or dinary channels. If the earth has rewarded the labor of the husbandman less bountifully than ia preceding seasons, it has left him with abundance fi>r domestic wants, and a large surplus for exportation. In the present, therefore, as in the past, we find ample grounds for reverent thankful ness to the God of Grace and Providence,...

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. — 4 December 1854

TKF EVENING STAK PUBLISHED EYERY AFTERNOON, (WOnffT SUKDA7,) *A? Sfar Htnldivpt, eom?r Pennsjlmmntm av?nv* and RUverrtk 9tre*t, By WALLAfR A- HOPS, Will he to ?nb?critvers in the eiti-* or W?ff> inftoo,Oe<ino^>wn, Alexandria. B'Mtim irr and Phil* neiptna, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, para ge weekly to the Agent*. To mail subscriber* the ?tibscription twice is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance. TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR ?<k THREE MONTHS. tfr-Sinn* copies oni cwm VOL. IV WASHINGTON, D, ?., MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1854 NO. 600 AVOID ALL QUACKERY, AND TAK8 MEDICINK* i'RSPAltRD BY A REGULAR PHYIICIAN ONLY. LIFE PHe A CTJRK FOR ALL PAI\T, C07flTI8. COLHa, CONSUMPT'OV, GROUP, WfIOOPIN<J COUGH, LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, I'.' M?K>TION SOUR STOMACH, SCROFULA. ALL 8KI^ ERUPTIONS, AMD AI.L FEMALE COM PLAINTS. DK J. S. RO?E'3 CELRRRVTKD FAMILY MED CINE^ are th? result of thirty yearg practice! n P .ilad?dphia. His preparations are for "OjiLitnt, and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 December 1854

EVENING STA r ' N niTY; ITO^DAY Ari AKHOOK OMaaber 4 ^g?nrs for t"h<* Evening Star out of Wash ington. Pers.ms at a distan ;e wanting the Dai 'v fit Star, ?t the earliest period after it* issue, can bo accommodated ut Wilming*., Delaware, by E. S. R. Butler No 114, Market street Baltimore, by Henry Tatlob, Sun Irca Buildings. Ha-per's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzmllev . Alexandria. Va., by Wii. F. Carnb. No KO King street, earner or Fairfax V rederieksDurg, Va . by W M. Mills. Richmond, V* , by Smith * Fore, Nos 15" Bro d rtree>, and 194 Main street. Portsmouth, Va . by A. B. Owens, No. 7<>, High street. *"~T i" 'BI? + ?? p " ? ? Miil, The Int*tlijencf.r moralixes over the me- ? in* of Congre?-; to-day, and anticipates tht.t This :6 to be a business session, rather thai, a Tumultuous on?. The editor eT)umeratf8 th(J things .eft undone at the last session, whirh> in his judgment. iho,;id be particularly at tended to by thetr honors. The V, roi> is in a quandary in deter...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 December 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Gotbrnxint Testimonials ?We have been gratified with see'ng Mine more artistio pro ductions of Mr J G. Bruff the well-known designing draughtsman We refer to bis oopiee of designs. just furnished to the State Department, to wit: A medal and speaking trumpet. These are to be made of gold and silver, for presentation t? the masters of foreign vessels who may rescue American vessels or lives from shipwreck. The design f^r the medal is as follows : On the obverse, a man lashed to a broken bowsprit, and drifting be* fore a rough sea. lie is looking over his shoulder, searching the blue waste of wa'crs for some Heaven sent craft to rescue him i'rt m death. A smile of satisfaction seeuis to light up his haggard countenance, on discerning a ship in the distance, bearing down towards him. Sea-birds soar over him. The spar is marked U S ?showing it to be American; and the figure has been so devised as to aiiswsr for any class of American eitizen-sp^^Q^ era. E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 December 1854

rv V {s G ST A ' D BTF! KTIY OLD WIFTI*. imtTRiR PRIKK SU5MBT. Drenry M Wl ter' wp*ry old Winter! Snow-lilanehed carl, all dripping and chill; Ice-cliHiiH have bou id thee, winds whistle rou j thee, Heavily, elmmilv plodding on still. Vei when we meet the-, kindly we greet thee? Sit l.y 11. hearth blare and melt all thy snow; With w mail and gladne?, we'll charm all thy sad ness. * M.ike t.uneeyo br ghten, thy icy blood glow. Dreary old Winter! weary old Winter! We'll make thy eye brighten, thy icy Wood glo v. Cheery Old Winter! merrv old Winter' Lauah while with yuh:-wreath thy temple* nre hound; Drain the -piC?d bowl now, cheer thy old soul now "Chri-tm is vxtea haelpledge the holy tout round. Broach butt and ba*rel?wilh dance and with carol ( row ? we old Winter, of reve s the king; An 1 wlieri he's weary of living so merry, He :| lie d'.wri and die on the green lar? of Sprin ' heery old < inter! ineroy old Winter! He'll lie down and die .in the gT?e#hip ofSpri CCT'A curious e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 December 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (?BOW SUNDAY,) At tke Star buildings, corner Pennsy/i avenue and Eleventh street, % By WiLLiOH * HOPS, Will be served to sabscribers ia the cities nf Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at (SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble weekly to the Agents. To mafl subscriber* the subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a fear in sdsiw, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tor THREE MONTHS. Q&-SiH(nt copies oki VOL. IV WASHINGTON OFFICIAL Tmasubt DifiMKm, August 26,1854. Notka ia hereby giveti to the holders of the fo? lowingdeecribed stoeks of the United States, thai this department is prepared to purchase, at an] tine between the date hereof and the 90th day o November next, portions of those stocks, amountint in the segregate to $3,840,000, in ths manner and on the terms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In <?se of any contingent competition, within thi amount stated, preference will be given in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 December 1854

EVENING STAR. WA8HINQTON OITY: TTTODAY AFTXRFOOM Deoember 5. Ageut* for the Evening Star out of Wash ington. Persons at a distance wanting the Daily livening Star, at the earliest period after its ls*ue, ean be aooommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, bj E. S. R. Butlbb, Mo. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Hbsbt Jatlob, Sun Iron Buildings. Harper's ferry, by ABcmnALO Kitzkillxb Alexandria, Va., by Wu. F. Cab*.. No. 60 King street, corner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mint. Richmond, Va., by Smith A Form, Nos. 150 Broad street, and 194 Main street. PorUZDOQth, V.? by A. B. Ow ??, No. 70, High ?* ?Fan of the Mourare fkeis. e Intelligencer says of the Message : " Message of yesterday, we to flnd th*t which was pre dicted of its unexceptionable character has been substantially Tcrifled. It is certainly distinguished by moderation of tone and a freedom from all exciting ad eavtondum ap ^ a t nnambitious and persniouous account of pablio affairs, announcing an un at home, and o...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 December 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Cocscils.?The Board of Aldermen met last night at the usual hoar, Mr Clark in the chair, (Mr. President Hill being still confined at home by indisposition.) The Chair laid before the Board the Major'i communication covering the report of the in spector of the fire department for the months of October and November. This report states that all the fire apparatus of the different companies are in order, ezoept as follows: On the 1st of December, the apparatus of the Northern Liberties Company wan ed cleaning, and its suction required overhauling in the valves. The Perseverance then had a new suction, and its apparatus was in complete order. the Columbia hose reel was then out of order. The inspector oould not get a key to the Union engine house at that time, and therefore could not inspeot their apparatus. In his report for the month of October last, he states that he oould not inspect the Perse verance apparatm, as he oould not get a key to their ...

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