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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 9 June 1854

7,A,f,y EVENTXG STA^R. Tire SHAVES S SOLILOQUY .|i?c,ornK. ' r.avc: the question is, Whether *iis better on th?- human phiz, To frf *crnmi?!>iTi?n of our hair l ?\(r the chins and lips which now are bare; Or b> continue ?t>II to scrape away 'i he bir?'it?* < >ru.-?iu"nt from Jay to day? To Uulit'f. shave, percbju.ee to fash the face.' Ay, th' re** ruh. for. in ibis latler case, IVhat nii?'ry's <>urs -Ti- this mu-t give us pause, And make >ts rafh-r f??t alone o?r Th^n by continuance in the harh'rous* use Cut. ser*:ch, an.! lacerate ih.-m like ib? deoce. For it tt a? tunJIy were the c.if, That Nature never meant the human face To be bu lea-ed ami tortured as it is? If *>, I *ay, why then what business llave mortaM virtually to cry oat That Nature knew not what she was about ? \Vh,, -ir -? the hi-anl was evidently meant To jrixv, should m?n be ^ emmgly intent ?hi trying to prevt; Nature was a dunce, And did hoi know her trade .' Why n<>( at once I'luck...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 June 1854

THE EVENING* STAR rs PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, ; aiCKPT STMDAT,) Jttm Sixr O0Ls, o? D <treet, near 12ih, nearly ojyyt> rJe the Irving Hctel, Bi WALLACn h HOP!. To satocrito-.Tun the cities of WuninctOD,Ot-orgc .own, Alexandria, Baltmore and Philadelphia, a SA ii pfr innwn, payable?SIX CENTS?week iy to ti:c AjTkta. To maH subscribers the sub ^rpJim price i* THuEB DOLLARS ANI) FIFTY CENTS a m ndcancf., TWO 1K)LLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ovb DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. rirrsa o~r? nrr. Thlsexrelient Paallyato ing a creator vanety of iaterastiag re to found ta aay otter?is pcbltahed oa Single copy,per annum ....#1 M ?? ours*. rire t,,t4n|l(ln 9 W T^n 8 00 Twenty do 00 fty-CASH. ibtajuabli ui ABwtac*. {&- Single copies (ia wrappers) can to proenre^ at the counter immediately after the lane of U?c paper. Pneo? fuxxa Csirrs. Po?tm4si kkr who act as agents will to allowad a enmmiamou at i?mh w ?..i VOL. ID. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1854. NO. 453. ;ti n umnsEiun. 730M THE ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 June 1854

I daily evening star. ~ WASHINGTON CITY: e.\TV80AY AFTERNOON--. Jl>nl 10 SPEECHES PBINTED Members of Congress and others can have their speeches printed in the best manner at the office of the " Evening ?tar," at short notice and on reasonable terror JOB FB1HT1H6. AH kinds of Job Printing neatly exe cuted at this office, at low rates. THE WEEKLY STAB. This week's issne may justly be re garded as a 44 specimen number- ' It contains a vast amount of highly im portant Washington news, prepared with the greatest care, and obtained as usual from the moat reliable sources. Its mis cellaneous columns contain intellectual *od for all ages, both sexes, and every rendition in life* All that we ask is, take a copy of the Weekly Stab, and Tead it carefully. The SI 25 per annum subscription is sure to follow. ?7* The friends of the Evening Star in Philadelphia, are informed that J. T. Bates, at the Exchange, is no longer ] l agent for this papcT. he having proved a defaulter to a considerable...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 June 1854

PA1M' EVENING STAR ?(H INTELUCtSGg. I^t-kovembsts ?la addition to the many private miprovemer.ts that are now being car r?d ob. iu different parts of the city, arn wti'h are evident proofs of the enterprise o our tel ->w c tiroas. b th by the building c pe? h^o-w. and tie erection of superior edi on the fires of formor structures, many o the public imj rovetncn:-? are likewise at pres ect ceing rapidly carried on. Pennsylvnnii ?veoue in particular, beyond the circle, is fas a&iuinin^ its tiature street-like aspect, and wil goro ba ready for public trafiio. The tho roaghfare is at present stopped, and vehicle corjiig over the now only single bridge th nnitci tbii city with Goirgetcwn. are obligee to cake a long deiour, crowing the Avenue a' ihe end of the road, to proceed along & street, at the toot of which formerly stood the other nr.:.>ra.aate bridge, wh^se r mains wero sold by yesterday This biochiDg up of the Avenuo bas been required to complete the xuad. one half ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. THE SABBATH BELL. ? T CI42 4 COOK. I'ea! <>n. |>eal on, 1 love to liear 'i'lM ??id rliurcb iling dor2 soft and clear! Trte welcome sotmdy ar> rfoobly Mc?t 'A nn future hope ai?il earthly mt. i'et ww no erllinc ohanr-s fouu J T?? apr<- ui their cheering ectooe* r<>un?i, Th?re not a place where man may dwell, but he can hear a Sabbath bell. f;.i to th? worwf*. ?l)''n Winter'* an 15 HxwM like a faini*ht il wolt alon: ; ? >r wlien the south wind* scarcely turn 'J Ite lnht leaves of th? trembling fern, Aluu>i.gh ii<? cloister chiiuea mis th? re. Tin. h? *rt is called t<> faith and pra?*cr'; For all Creation's v>tre* tell The tiding of the dabtatUi hell. 4-o to the billows, let them pour in gt nUe calm or headlong roar ; Let the va^t ocean be thy home, Thoott find a fio?J upon the f?wm; In rippling swell or mormv roll. The crystal wav> w ?Uall wake ihy soul; And thou abate feel tix- b allowed spell Ot Uie wide water's Sabbath b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 June 1854

TH3 EVENING STAR IS F4JCL.ISIIED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KXCSTT Sn?ATj) ft Si or Ofik m V tire ^ tear nearly c>ppo nit "l' 1 rvtn.' H?Ul, Of V'AL LACH k Hopi Tj ?nl?*iib?r?:- 0f Washington, Georyf A <!ia*' r*, Baltimore and Philadelphia, n ?' w !^r T jwim, 8IX CENTS'?week ly w 1 ?' Agnat*. To mail mib.^cribrni the sub ?-<W" j price u TIlduB DOLLARS AND FIFTY ' r* a year in ruiranre, TWO DOLLAH9 for r.X M VTH3, and ONE DOl^P. for THREE tfwtfTH*. eiimi co?i?; on CUTl MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1854. NO. 454. THE W] iY BTAJL Tfcia exeeiieat Family aad Newa Jc ? ???? i hiij ?r >!? aaj _ TO CLTM. Fjwecopi.* S 00 Ten do..^, g no Tweaty do oo OCh Cam. duuaiit ia muri. fp> Sinfio copm (ia wrapptra) can be prorare* at the counitr. immediately after tbe imuc of the paper. Pnce? l umt ('arra. PoiT*?nn? who set a* ayeou wfl! be allowed a FBOJ[ THE HOUSE OF W*. H. Mr DONALD, 108 Nauai Street, corner of Ann.) WHEELER <fc WILSON, V xyVfACTtTJtlX'} LVMPANra iMPKOVEO SEW.N6 MACHINES. Manu/vturtiol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 June 1854

n A ri.y EVENTNG STAB. A ? H1N G TON CITY: JiOXI.U AFTERNOON JTWB 12 SPEECHES PRINTED MemK-rs of Congress and others can have their Fpeeches printed in the beat manner at the office of the " Evening Stnr," at short notice and on reasonable terms. JOB PRINTI2IG.' All kinds of Job Printing neatly exe cuted at this office, at low ntes. To "Washington* Abskxtkkb.?Such of our city subscribers as intend passing a tew weeks at the watering places will be furnished regularly with thenar, during their ah*nce. by leaving their names and address at our counting-room. The Star will .->erve as an admirable substitute for a gossiping letter from home. SPTHIT OF THE KO&HIBG PRESS The lntelligcncer says that if the Union is not content to call the recent Philadel phia election a Whig victory, that jour nal caa surely have no obligations to ad mit that it is a Democratic dt feat. The* Union discussing the fatality of the AVhig party, ?fcc., says in reference to what will be the probable actio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR lien INTELLIGENCE, Ihe Coi"*chs.?The Board of Aldertn<n inc( at 10 a m. ard immediately proceeded to the election of a President, Dr. borrow* :ind Mr l'ear-on teller*, when Silas Hill, Esqr., wad elected. th<? vote being six for Dr. M,i?tu der aiol eigo f*rMr. Hill, who was aceofdiu:; !? installed ine members theu pri c.'ed to vote for \ ice Pre ncn , waeu Mr. C'ixi'i, Alderman ,%f the |?th \\ tj. wag apiointed to th:it u2ice. M: Miidl'ton, 'he Scc.-etary of the farmer JJcard. wa? n appointed unanimously to the office without a ballot. Mr. K lei her wa^ re appoin'ed mess .^ger, similarly. A m^sage *i" brought up to i e Eoaid by Messrs Joseph Daws -and Barr, from the Common Ccu' eil no tifying the tremocrs ton they bud < rganiied an 1 apjoi~ted l*r. Davis. President; Mr. t>*rrv, i*cre.ary pro tern, imd Mr. Kleiber. Messr t?r. A second messr?g? was brought ? a M ^rp. Uui<-y and Bamberger, rioti'" jfi- bj ifoard of Alderui a that the Boar'' the Council...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 June 1854

RTTX FREEDOM A WD HOW TO 0AIH IT BT rHAKLEJ MACKrV. VVe want no flag4. no flaunting imp, For Liberty to ftght; We want no blaze oi murderous guns, T? siruzsle for the right. Our ;pi*ar;' and swiwls at* printed worn?, The tr^td our buttle Ham ; . V?"won Mi<-h Tkione* before, And -o r. e "hatl again. W. love no triompM sprang of force Thfy stain her brightest cause ; T,< not in Klood that Liberty InM-ribo her civil laws. Sto<- wnres ilnu on the people's iicart In lanpua*e clear ;u?i plain ; Trw? th- 'i; it* have moved tlie world before, And ?o they shall again. Wc yield lu none m earnest love ? ?f freedom's cause sublime; \Vr ioin the cry, "Fraternity \t e keep the march of Time. Ami yei w?* 2ra*p not pike nor .?pear, Uur victories to obtain ; , We've won without iheir aid bciore, And so we shall again VVe want no .aW (Jt h^rr,r^'J'.' To 'how a front of wronc , We have a ?itadel in trutu, %for?" durable and strong Caln? nord?, areat thoughts, unflinching faith, riavt never st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 June 1854

the evening star 18 PUBLISHED FVEKY AFTERNOON, (SXGBFT ST??AT,) ft l>_? S*w O/lct, on D street, near 12<\. nearly ojn a ttft lie Irving Haiti, Br WALLACE X HOPS. To mbwnljcrs intlm<. ilies of \Vashrnjton,Georgt town, A!'if*Jit, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?.) 12 fH-r mwa, p*v*bl???SIX CENTS?week f n the Afi sis. To mail subscriber; the rub :-r?a.TB price u THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CCVT? a year in adw.ee, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE ISTDS. ?!!18LI COPIES O.II C*ifT. JUNE 13. 1854. NO. 455. THE weekly STAR. Thi? excellent Family and Newi Joui ?n? a grater variety of Mrattf TH be fatnd it aay oUer?b pubtUbai am dinfie COpr, p?t * "iBJITTT #1 M TO CLrBf. rtveeopit* $ 00 Tea do 0 00 Twenty do U 00 0(7-Caib. nrrAKiA?LT tv tm*n. Kj- Single cop4?i (in wrappm) caa to |W# at Ue counter imnndiatWy aAet tke 1mm at U?* paper. Prvr<>? P uaxi Cut*. PoiTun ta? who aet ai agenta will be altownd n F20M THE HO^JSE OF WM. H. HcDONALD. 102 Nassau Street, vcorner ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WAsniNGTOW otttT TUESDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 13 SPEECHES PRINTED. Members of Congress and others can hare their speeches printed in the best manner at the office of the 44 Evening Star," at short notice and on reasonable JOB PROTTING. All kinds of Job Printing neatly exe cuted at this office, at low rates. , SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Inttllie*nc?r, discussing the idea of having the United Statea obtain Cuba, aays " When Mr. John Quincy Adams, in 1823. WTOte his letter to(ien. Alexander Smytbe, of Virginia, on the then incredible idea that this Am riean Union would ever seek to posses or annex to it the islands of any sea. how amazed would that statesman have been had the car ton of the future been suddenly raised, and he had seen how coolly and flippantly the po litician* and newspapers of the oountry would in thirty years discuss the propriety, not of having iusuh.r territories at all. but of ferth w::h enrerirg upon the island territories of a Power in amity ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 June 1854

DALLY EVENING STAR ucn ISTBUmBiiCB. Ts?r^?o*iiL Bcsefit to Geor<;k Kckkkl. A deosely crowded ai.d highly respectable >tt1ji. nre "at the National theatre, greeted Kun kel i Opera troupe last night on their final ap pearance, previous to their departure from Wasbingtou. The entertainments were unu sual'/ varied, combining a host of talent, among which wer? included some of oar own citizw*; aI)d the Appliances of scenery were rn)pioved to ai 1 the performances and further enhance the pleasure of the entertainments. The amusements commenced with the negro jaelodies, and tne whole troupe eTen excelled th?in.-elv*s George Knnkel sang with elec tric affect the ?' Star Spangled Flag of the Free and '? the Old Sexton," and wasenthu jia-tieally applauded, tlarrv Lehrsai ,'wi h EiUch pathos, "Few Day? Few Days," and the dance, entitled the *' pas d'Afri-aine,'' was capitally execu ed by Mr. T. Floyd and W. P. Lehr. This conclu led the first two parts which "b?vc been performed on previo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 June 1854

PA ELY EVENING STAR. SONG OF THE STRAW BERK Y GIP.L li is summer ! it is summer ! how b?-antifal it look* ! There i- ?un?hinc on the old gray hill#, and sunshine on the brook"; A lard r-n every boueh, soft pertume* on the air. \ bappv ?nn!e on *ach young lip, and iHaJnr every where. <>h : is it not a pleasant thin* to wander through th* woods. To look ?ip<>n the painted flower#, and watch the opening tania; Or feared 1a the deep, cool shade, at some tall as! tree's root, T?. fill n.y little ba?k??t with the *we? t aw! ?cente? fiuit: They tell me that my father's f.oor?that is no ^riei to me, W ben such a blue and brilliant sky my upturned eye can see; They tell me, too, that richer girls can sport with toy and gem? It may be so- and yet methinks I do rot envy them. When forth I go upon my way a thousand toys are mine? The cluster of dark violets, the bunches of the vine. My jewels are ih?- primrose pale, the bind weed and th# ro<w: And show me any courtly gem more bea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 June 1854

THE EVENING ST AH IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (HXCrrT SUHDlAT,) Jb :?4 Star OfUt, ?m D arret, ntmr 12IA. n??r<y opyo nit tkt frv-^i Hotel, Bt W all AOH k HOPE. Yo ?uts?ci:b<rsiatiiecilit3 ct Waainjar'On.Gcotg. t?im. Aletan.lris, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?j 12 per anauin, payable?SIX CENTS?week if u> the Aeeats. To mail robeaib^Ts the rob ?cnpu 'n price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a y. ax in arfwuire, TWO COLLARS for piX MONTHS, aii<i ONE UOL.L.AR for THREE jfOXTHS. Sr-.tsu ropiKB one c**t. Sixi?- c copy,per ujjud????????????????????? M to OUTB^ FlVC COplfllf Of"' Trcdti*9?i? ? ***?*?????????????????????? 00 Op-Cxto. tmouiiv m advahci. 0&~ Binfle copies ;in wrapper*) can be proem* at the coonler, immediately after the tame oI th? pap^r. Prte*? Thrr Cnrrw. PomtiiTtM who art ai a/ento wll bcaDowo* a Cncniniaainii m i??? ?? nar mbI t? foo&d la VOL. III. ????????????.. ?-???? ? ??-? ? ? WASHINGTON. D. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1854. - . .... _ NO. 456. fbob ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 June 1854

J)aely evening star. WASHINGTON PITY: WF.n\EPDAY~AFTERNnON Jt'KB 14. SPIRIT OF THE MOBNINQ PRESS. The Intelligencer contains an interesting memoir from Colonel Fremont concerning his route fur a Pacific Railroad. All that, comes from him on this subjeot should however be received cum grano *ain, as he ia inclined to sec every thing in this connection through the of a partisan, without being aware of the fact. We find also in the Intelligenotr ample details of the late movements of the Ja pan squadron, taken from the Singapore (In dian Fre* Preof the 14th of April last, where in the expectations of CommoJore Perry are fully stated. At that time, it is known here, the treaty had not been negotiated, though the terms therein stated are. as far as they go, ?very nearly those which, there was then little doubt, would be agreed on finally. The Union is full of democratic-party ap peals. very stirring indeed, in their way. We find in that paper the following resolution re cently adopted by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. l#CW mmiBBKCB. The Testimonial to Captain Meigs.? Some time back, a very able report upon th? Washington Aqueduct waa made by Captair Mtigs. and a j*int resolution was parsed by the City Councils voting the presentation of * suitable tcs,.mouial to that gent!eman, for his services. The testimonial. a beautiful piece of irgeiitcrt*, iin< iron exhibition atthestcre of Me-srs Gait ,t Brother, by whom it was executed at the order of the Corporation, and it is cer ainly one of the most. splendid speci mens of workmanship that we ever remember to have seen. It consists of a silver water kettle and stand, e.eganily aai elaborately chase 1. weighing altogether 1^0 ounces, and about two feet in heighth. The feet of the keitie by which it is supported on the s'and. represents dolphins inverted, with their head-" resting on rocks of coral. an?i the spout ani handle represent a snake, the latter describing its body, and the apout, which is broader, the head and neck coile...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 June 1854

DAILY EVENING SPAR. I THE TRUE AND CONSTANT HEABT. A BONG. BV ftl. EARL BINDER. V?h, keep your house* and your lands, 'Hiough poor, I crave them not: 1 <?n!y a^k lor <w?? trne h?*?rt To inv humble lot. Oh, what is wealth and what are lands In wckniw an?l di*tre?: Be sure a true and loving lieart Will bring more happiness. i;rve ma a true and constant heart. To ,?hare my weal nud woe,? Content to follow in my step* Wherever 1 may go. A heart from whose deep, inmost ceH Fond pity'# tear wilJ start, When men's ingratitude shall make My boootn pain and smart. Away with wealth, away with lands, But little joy they bring; And often, like a serpent, they WiH charm n.? but t? "ting. Aii honest heart, if true it be. Is worili a world ot gold, And brings k> its possessor joy* L'utbought of and untold. I would not sell the kindly word That from a tru? heart springs, Fur ail the pomp that clusters round The greatest of earth's kines. Men still may strive for wealth and lands Like ^h.td...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 June 1854

the evening star IB PUBLISHED SVKRI AFTERNOON, (gXOTPT 8U1?)AT,) Jb 'u Sr?r Of^ct. on D ttreti, near I2tt, marly ay) nit tie frvtnf HuUi, Bt WALL ACD fc HOPE. To ?o>?_r t>rrs!aUiec:uri of Washington,Georfto nnra. A-ox**dr.a, Baltimore ood Philadelphia, a fj Vi rr "Rr.nrn, inwh>-31X CENTS?week t n the To raril subscriber* the snb ^. -iiAr a price THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT.- a yp r in advance, TWO DOLLARS for SIS MONTHS, aiid ONE DOLLAR for THREE tfOXiUS. oissli r>>rxtg osa rtirr. VOL. Hi WASHINGTON. D. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 15. 1854. NO. 457. *o CLr??. Five copies.... S 00 Tea do...? f?0 Twenty do... . 15 00 (&- Cash, mtakiablt is advarcb. {fcy- Pintfe copies (in wrappers) cu bs proc*ftf at the counter, ininodMtrljr alter ike imi oi Um papr. Pric?- rmnrurri. PofTmritu woo act agents will beaDovvd a commission m twenty per cent. m w Mfsiffiisiiii. f 20M TZE HOUSE OF WH. H. McDONALD, 102 Kaasaa Street, corner of Ann.) SEA BATHINfi" COLUMBIA HOUSE, CAPE ISLAND, NEW JE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THURSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE U> rp~ Tfcoto wishing the Star in the city of Philadelphia can be supplied by ffx. Flbv miNo. 78 south Third street, or at the ?!and near the Ledger office. HT J O Coop*ri. 1#3 Nassau street, tinthe bi?ement) New York, can furnish persons wbo desire the Star with copies early every morning after its issue. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The fnte/ligencer endorses heartily the fol lowing letter from a retired Virginia gentle man, upon the Nebraska question : BrrKi>0HAM Corarr, Va.. June 10,1&>4. Oisiti.bm** : l'ou will receive herewith my subscription to the Intelligencer for the last jear Permit me to adi that I fully ap prove your coarse in relation to the bill for the organ,ration of governments for Nebraska, ^c As a Southern man I should rejoice at the repeal of the Missouri compromise had the action of Congaess grown out of a change of sentiment in the free States. I should value It wore as an evidence of a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 June 1854

BAILY EVENING STAR. nTEUIGENCK. Congressional Ckmetkrt.?Some time back we farnisbe 1 our readers witl an ac ootta- of the<>ak Hill Cemetery, on the Heights of Georgetown, vre will now give a slight sc coan: of another cemetery, situ ite<l at the or her extremity of Washington. known as the Con gres-iou?l Ceme cry, and which, like the former, is well worthy of a visi: The Con fte^i'Hl Cewfery is simated east of the Capitol ar,d waslo tnetly kuownas the Wash ington I'arijh Burial (iround It comprised jorne t m? hack an area of ten acres, but is n j* considerably enlarged, tiie original burial gn und being rather thickly oeivpid wiih vau.ts aud touibs. The cemetery is laid out in avenues aud walks, and a? the visitor pro ?wli d iwn the chief avenue, he sees on eitb< r pida the f imily vaults of our prtbci pal citizens. But whit roost arres's the arren ion. are tbe four iOws of monument4 erected by Congre-fs, ia memory of those Senators ani Kepresenta ti?es who have at vario...

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