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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. THE LIGHT AT HOKE BY JOHN BARTKAV. Tho Light at Home : how bricht it t>?uu? When rvcninc around us fall; Ami trom the lattice la/ it g>eani?: To love and rest and comfort call When tired with the toil* of day, The strife for glory, gokl 01 fame, flow sweet to seek the qniet way, Where loving hps will lisp o?r name Around the Light at Home. When through the dark and stormy night, The wayward wanderer homeward hies ; How cheering ra that twinkling light, Which through the forest gloom be spies ! It is the light at home he (eels, That loving hearts will greet hun there, And softly tn rough his bosom steals, That joy and love that banish care, Around the Light at Home. The Light at Home, when ere at last, It gre?u the seaman through the storm ; lie feels no more the chiliuig bUst, That beats upon his manly form. Long yearn upon ih^* sea have fled, Since Mary gave her parting Ms*. But the sad tears which then she slifd, Will now be jwid with rapturous bliss. Aro...

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. — 22 July 1854

I J IS PUBLISHED KVXRT AITELNOOH, (nam scwjay,) J| Ut Mar Oflcc, ?n i> (Crwt, mot ISti, mt4 tku irwkti Haiti, IV WALLACH k BOf 1. To reboctlboralBthecitief of Waahinfton,Georfe wwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 93 is per aaavn, payable?SIX CENTS?week ty 10 the Agents. To mail rabaalbera the rob aeriptioa price to THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CKXTS a year in advmcM, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MOJtTII8, and ONE DOLLAR for THRER MONTHS. Suraui conn ana ctirr. ThiiuoaUaai lag a THH WBBKLT STAB. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON. D. C.. SATURDAY, JULY 22,1854. NO. 486. ? 00 ww Tea * ?? w ^ mauHT at antat. 99" toflm (to wrapper*) caa he ptocaro* a the cooniar, immediate!/ aftat the Ihm ?> ltd paper. Priee-Tnnaa Cnrra. romiirui who act aa agrota wlU he allowed a commiario? oi twenty per cent. IE) TBI unrtagn. from tee house or wh. h. Mcdonald, 102 Rnua StrMt, (corner of Ana.) IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, &c. JMO. M. COSI8TOCK, manufacturer Hoboken Iron Works and Foundry. Alw?yg on band at lowes...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. W A^HINQTON CITY : s.vrr2-A' *?ternoon .\..jttly22 BO??K A*P JOB PBIIVTI1VO t-F ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT iiijs orricE iv the best manner. fb' '* star" Oflier Is located an ?' ""rtl, aecond dMr west front 12th. ?? i*r iNf jHtiin of 12th Street sad <>nu?iTa?U A venae, aculj ?#*? *'!*' ?? *?*? "Kirkwtod n?DM," late " >i?i?* Oate.l." >y~Thc large circulation of the Stab iuiacc.? i.' rfo rnesf desirable advertising me ai n.u in the District. It has more readers m ike cities of Washington, Georgetown, tmu Alexandria, than ell the other WmA ? <r 'on dauies combined. THE WEEKLY STAB. Tbe present week hu been prolific in acci and incidents, crimes and casualties, all . f wlii-b will bo found faithfully chronicled ?ue coiannt of the W4eUv Sur. The pro ceeding. of CongTees, during the tame time w,l: be found not only highly interesting, bat lighly important. The mieeellaneon. colomns contain their usual highly attaining aod iastructbe variety. Tbe w-'k!y ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 July 1854

piLY EVENING STAR. ptOCU INTKLLItgNclT Stat* or *?? Tuutoiuteb.?The ther mometer. in omr counting-room, at 12 o'clock to-day, ttood st 99 degrees above taro. f NcJCBMm TH* IIorsEs ?This work it is liopad will be soon beguu and oompletad, aa there is an act of the Corporation authorizing and directing the game. The regular nam bering of house* is much wanted in Washing ion, by me<t ottiiens u well aa atrangeTS, the 1 attar hating at aU times much difficulty in finding plaoaa. owing to the indefinite direc tions given. W e understand that some delay is occasioned by the difficul'y of arranging the beat mode of numbering. The law directs that the numbers shall begin west and run to the \ eastward, which would bring so many large r numbers in the business part of the Avenue as to be inconvenient to storekeepers, and expen sive. Soma idea is entertained to alter the law so as to divide the city into four part*, starting the numbers from the centre North, South. Cast, and West. Whateve...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. LIT US BR BATTY 1 . BT ELIZA COOK. O, let us be happy *b?i friends gather round as. However the world may have shadowed our lot; When the rote braided links of Affection have hound 114, Let the cold chains of earth be despised and for got And ?>ay not that Friendship is only ideal, That truth and Devotion are blessings nnknown, For he who believe* every heart it unreal Ha.-< something unsound at the core of his own. < >, let u* be happy when momenta of pleasure Have brought to our presence the dearest ai d l>estt F'tf tiie pulse always beats to most heavenly meas ure When Love and Good-will sweep the strings of the breast. <>, let us be happy, when moments of meeting Bring those to our side who illume our eyes; \nd ih'iogti folly, perchance, shake a fcell at the sreetina, He is dullest of fools who forever is wise. Let the laughter of Joy echo over oar bosoms, As the hum of the bee o'er the midsummer flow ers, F ?r the bon?-y of happines* com...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 July 1854

tB PUBLISHED KVKRY AJTTKKNOOH, (HCMTT SUWUY,) * tie Ster Ojfcs,ow D*rmt,mmiau, marl) ihi iiUliuIrwi*i HsUl, ? l WALLACH fc HOPS. Ta sahawtberaia Um cities of Washington,Onerfe mwb, Alciaadria, Baltimore ud Philadelphia, * |3 M per annum, payable?8IX CENTS ?week ly to the Agents. To maii subscribers the aub eerifti* price is THREB DOLLARS AND PIPTY 1 CBHT8 a year in afemcs, TWO DOLLARS tor fllX MQJrrHS> ?w> ONI DOLLAR for THRRB MONTHS. 8ihu aortas on cant. hi nil iirniiiiiin~ 7B0XTHZ HOUSE OF WI. H. McDONALD, 103 Naaaaa Street, (corner of Ana.) WILL B8 PUBLISHED ON let AUGUST, THE CABIN BOTSSTORY. A SEMI-NAUTICAAW ROMANCE OF INTENSE INTEREST, BT THE AUTHOR OF THE "FI XATE DOCTOR" THE "LAWYER'S STORY," THE "OLD DOCTOR* <?c. Thesooeees hitherto enjoyed by ths author of Um a bore popular works is a sufficient guarantee of the Jaw with which aty productions oomlng from bis P^n will be received by the public. "The Cabin Boy's Story'' is a romantic narrative, illustrating the horr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. ? I WASHING TON CTTY; ? |? 1 11 MONDAY AFTBRJIOOBf JULY 94 IT" SOOK A7YO job pbiivti^c; or ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT ill IS OFFICE IN THE BF8T MANNER Tbc " Star" Oflcr Is IkbM li bumi, Mtui 4nt wcm fn? 12Uv ??'* r Ike ?f 19th linn md ??H7lTBBta At?^ SMrtr ?pp? vilr to tk? 44 KirkWMd Utr T.tlaf Het*t." !_/ /V forre circulation of the StAM eiaU^rf 'ke most desirable advertising me otttiH in the District. It has more readers n the tiixe* of Washington, Georgetown, md Alexandria, than all the other Wash - .^ton dailies combined. 0PIXII or TfiB MORNING P11M > Wa ktv* received the first namber of the Urate*' Rights Register, a new weekly jour nal to be published in this city by 9. C. Bay lor. editor and proprietor, who it will be re u>> mbered by may of our readers, waa the editor and proprietor of the Cotton Plant, and, subsequently, of the Baltimore Times. ills new sheet before us ia in part a reprint, or weekly edition of the Washington Sentinel, the a*....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 July 1854

DAILY EVENIWfl STAR. tvcTT nTguitgneg. ~ JonJ'AT ?ir TU T"a*o*?T** ?Th? thei^ ? U o'clock wa?7, stood at 90 degrees above sero. or Of* Towsos.?On Saturday funeral of t0i Mn(*no?niant, the ?StoSk^lil (h!a*nl Suh? Tow' r*Jr?* !*??? in this CUT, and vu .ttendad tie LSi:h#d*fW? ' ??ti?ens and o'olook. - ^ eortege formed about 5 ^ im^Pf ??* ?olen? ppwaaea. The President of the U?ited tWTT. m??b?rs of tba Cabinet, Officers of ??J. ?. S. tUnto, Md., thi^? *^?,r Jrundell, and a portion of ThV^? th* wit in tha line U>. Liu, b?l*f ? 00c* 001 *? attend; bat ?Sm^S^ST^"- ?a ** 5*rt * offlc?? and ???*? blowing suoceeded in paradina PrlS?S0niJg ?^nt7j C%* Harrington; President $ Moan ted Guards, Capt. Peck* tba Mootgomery Quardi, Capt. P. Barton Rev* tna National Guards, Cape Jem* A Tai wanScott Guards, a Junior Company" jw Jtoiaon; accompanied by Major GeneEIl tt- ?f*r D?*' Un^er tba command of Colon* 1 fliekey, and Company A 3d ArtilUr. r Fort McHenry, B rtTimore f?m Major Sedae wick T^- k r ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR GOOD TEMPER ih-rr't im a t ttetp^r tinng o* earth, Sflf y?4 one Jialt #o dear; *Tr* wi?rtfi mor* than di.^tingui-h^d birtb, (h thousands gmia'd * y*sr. I l> nd* Uie da> a new delight; Tu virtue's firmest shield; C Aril aild* more beauty tc (tie Tuaa all the stars may yield. It ?ii >keth poverty content; > g ' To sorrow whispers peace; . It in a filt from heave* sent Far mortals to increase. II nct'ts yoa inili a ? utile at mora , Ji iuJI- you to repose; V flower Tor peer and peasant born, Aji ev> Hasting rose. .\ (liarm to haoitb grief away, To an.itch the brow from care; I aim team to wurias, makes dullness gay? Sj.rf ids gladness even'where -p Tret vet lis cheap as summer dew, THi.it gems the lily's breast; A 'ah-in an for love, as tnia A- ever man poaewea'd. 1-* smite-- the rainbow through the cloud ???* U'fcn Uweat'in ag storm hegiiw? auiic miu lue tempest loud, That <ffTC In sweet way win.*? t \s uprmtrs a?i areh aero* the tide, Where wwe? c...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 July 1854

THE ?VX2XHt<} STAR "1IUM3I1KD ?.VKK i AJTKRNOOW, ' ? ?ic*pt domui.) tum x .. ? *01-il . ??II, lilt, ??/# '*? h rt-Tj 8 ? WUUt'H k D.'iri Fa ???-* ? ciii-? ?f Wa*asijg;on,Oeor|? ?wn> A Hnitim-re k^A Philadelphia, a I'* 13 j*t annum. payable?NIX CENTS-week .'J t?? live A^-ets. To mil) tnowlibera th* rob ?crn..?? orients THEES L>OLliARS AND FIFTY uEX a year m? TWO DOLLARS for ? X MONTHS. and ONE DOI.LAB for THREE ?ONTII3. Sikoli conn o?a r**T. uiWHTisnlm 'ROM THE HOUSE OF WK. H. MeDONALD, 103 Nmmh Street, (oorner of Ann.) WILL BE PUBLISHED ON 1st AUGUcJT, THE CABIN BOY'S STORY. a sn mf-na UTia.iL romance of intense mm- INTEREST, BY THE AUTBGR OF THE"Fl RATE DOCTOR:* THE' LAWYER S STORY* THE -OLD DOCTOR," 4r ' Th. .oroesehitb-rto enjoyed by the author of the above |> >pular works is a sufficient guarantee of the favor with which any pr <du<v1rr?nomine f.om hi# STn.W ^ the public. '-Tb. Cabin ^7\!B"rrmliT?. illustrating th h rr"??f the toUve Trade, as carried on in t...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 July 1854

DAILY EVENING 8TAR. WA8HIWGT0H PITT: TUESDAY AFTWUtOOW....... JULYJ5. or BOOK Ain? JOB PSnVTIM OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE 19 THE BEST MANNER GTTIm " Star" Oflce blMatei mm t> Street, wtfi 4mm> nnt ft?> 19th, ?w ?k* JwcdM mf 19th ?trwt mm* fmaaylTuia Arruc, ???rly ?!>?> ?ite u tbc " KirkwM^ EMM)* late "Irrlif Hctel.'* OUESXLVXS A careful seference to tbe Star of yesterday afternoon?or, Indeed, to the 3f#r of any day's Issue?will enable the reader to form son* Ida* of the vaet amount of labor, enterpriaa, and money, which we trt daily expending in order to keep oar paper In the front rank, Is these daja of progresses journalism. Inde pendent of the local newt and gossip of Wash ington and the oo unity in general, editorials on an infinite variety of subjects, reports of Congressional proceeding! up to the hour of going to preai, aw?b in governmental bureaus, a liat of arrivals at principal hotels, and latter* from distant oorreepondontay we farniahed to...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 July 1854

-ILiMJBMkJSn fc?^ai miquriisxce. ?^tatk o? the XfcE.MOMrrca. ?The thef ?avin? V?**" i! .the.Bo4r^ of Aldermen sft h ff!!J^,ltl lriniD Mr Clark, of the L^lA rSl lA * ah*?Me ?* Mr. HilL the H rs nr f ^ Being orgajflafcd, Mr. Hocs?r, frotn tfcc Committee on tjie sabjeet, reported a joiat resolution in relation to hucks tering ; another for the relief of Mrs. Mary ?>eMtt, an act to provide fer the purchase of b^se for theOolmsbiaFire Co.; an act to grave] II street north, from 52d to 23d street. Mr * Marks from Committee reported an act for a gravel foul-walk on the fonth side of Pennsyl v nia Avenue, betw<?n ti;h and Till streets. Mr. Pepper, 1'reui Committee on Improvements, reported an ?wrf ftr having footway on Western square, from 820 to SJR A eommanieaticu 'v is received from tbo Levy Court a*kio~ the u*o of the Chamber of the Board. From &e Major wi<h a leUer from C. 1L Fonde, in rela tion to Lis dredeiag machine-both referred Mr Fitzpatnek, f i un Committee on Polic...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAB. iiiuut in wan. Thv onward pa:J?, Obf lu, Winds not Uwoafh pjsasaat valtaya, by cool streams, Nor by the snore* drat sowthern breezes fan, Nor throufbaiaod of drwmi But op steep nova tain lite, w ? And over roc km, and brakes, aad fields of joow, And burning deserts, and bright, faithless tides, With hidden banes bdkow. - - Straight as the faithful steel Tumts where ibe pole war sfctoeth o'er one spot, Tread onward towards the light, through woe ?r weal; " . - ' - The path-way turaeth not.. t . Let thought be to thine eye, And from thy brow the1 dew of labor start; And let the love of what is pore and high Be strong within thy heart. So shall the ragged way Be pleasant, and a inasj path become; And, brightening cfbtrard *101 each well-spent day, Reach to a quiet home. , FB0M OLD POINT COKTOBT Ou> Poi5T Cojcronr, Va., July 22. Saturday, the 224 Jaly, is a fain day at Old Point. Oar community has bean on the tiptoe of anxiety and curiosity for some days back, in ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 July 1854

? mmmi the Evmraro- star i i'T'BLIPTIKD EVgRY AFTKRNOOH, <wxnrrr sttwut,) ????? I? ti mat, Rlir IJU, "ff* nit tit !irmg ? fW?i 5 ? KAiiiAcn i son 11. r.-o' Washington. Ge.ug? ???:?, V*-(i?.Jria, KniU;;? rt ana PtutaUc! plna. a t 1 p.:t lanurr., iny.blr?HIX CENTS?week ? i i'? in? At- c??. Tv subscribers ihe nub i.j.rice is TfTHEE DOLLARS ANT> FIFTY t:*.M j jreif in jd.xjrw*, TWO DOLLARS fur MCVTItS, vid'ONB HOLLAR for TDBER HON* i fl9. i-'iMi.t ror:i* owi "?XT. i3 1 I .71'n . t Ji - - ; i, -or- v - VOI. IV. WASHINGTON. D. C.,-WEDNESDAY, JULY 26. 1854. NO. 489. Tkliu iac ? fet tornl is say ? ??? ? ? ? ? ?? I ? I **"" CCIfMflE* ??>%????>??< m>?? ???>???<?<><?? V w ^o...?f il i) CM M| ^ p?pci. rrtro? riui C*jrr? PotTKintu who act u iei wi ararams. FROM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Nuun 8 tree L, comer of Ann j WILL BK PUBLISHED ON 1st ADGUiT, THE CABIN BOY'S STORY. A SM Ml-XA UTICAL ROMANCE OF INTENSE 1STEHEST, BY THE ACIBOR OF lHE"i'l RA TE DOCTOR....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASH IMG TON QUI: WgpygaOAT AfTOWOOW..... JULY IB Iar BOOK Ann JOB PBINTVIV6 Of ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT TJifl OFFICE IN THE BEST MASTER. The " Ma*? >, ?mm* *mmr wirt frmm 19th. ?mw ike JaatdM ?f 19lh Stmt fMwrlrMi* At site im ike " KlrkwMd Hiuc," lai? 44 H7*7V large emulation ?/ tte 8iaj> makes U the most desirable advertising me ?UM in rb District. It has more reader: m ths cities of Washington, Georgetovm, mi AUxandnOy than at! the other Wash tigton dailies combined. gpntir of the iobidio fuss The ItaUlig**e?r advocates the enactment of the bill to pay tho creditors of the late Re public of Tex*#, io full, from the treasury of the United State*, ami oopiee from the North Ameriro* Revitw an elaborate article on th< eondition and oommeroe of the British Nortl American ooloniee, which embraces a strong ar gnmect indeed far the ratification of the Recip rocity treatj. The Union disousoes the position of th< Administration upon the Oeba question, sa...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 July 1854

TUH.Y EVENING STAR, i t.MKU iilTlibbltlKHCE. 6tat* o? the Thkruombtbr.?The ther mometer, in our eouuting-room, at 12 o'olook 4>-day, rood at 88 degrees above aero A Pcssstlvama Uatiikciso?Hoir C. M Stracb ?Pkem;j(iatios or a Case ?In this o\'y, last evening, there was a Pennsylvania ? demonstration" which will long be remem bered bj th- se who witnea-ed or participa'ed in it for the good fellowship, good feeling, honest State pride, and ardent love for the I ni in, which wera displayed on the occasion The occasion was the presentation of a biokorj oane, massively mounted with California gold, to the lion. C. M Straub. of Pennsylvania, by a number of his personal friends and polit ical admirers tow residing in this city. The P'?dentation took place at the private apart ments of Colonel D'jnub, on F street, whi-b not only attracted a large delegation from the o!d Keys'one State, bat was witnessed by sev eral uomber* of both branches of Congress Among tho gentlemen present, we no: i...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 July 1854

TtATT.Y EVENING STAR. a simxb rvHrnro chuchtakd. BY SHELLIY. Tl>? wind hat swept from the wide auno?pher> Each T*por that obscured the ?unwt'i ray; And paliid evening twtnss its beamint hair la duskier braids aroand the languid eyes of day ; Silence and twilight, unbeloved of men, c reep hand in hand from yon obscurest glen. They breathe their spells towards the departing day, Encompassing the earth, air, stars, and sea ; Light, sound, and motion own the potent sway, Responding to the charm with its own mystery. The winds are still, 01 the dry church tower grass Knows not their gentle motions as they pass. Thou too, erial Pile ! whose pinnacles Point from one shrine like pyramids of fire, Obeyeat in silence their sweet solemn spells, ( Jothing in hues of heaven thy dim and distant spire, Around whoae lessening and invisible height Gather among the stars the clouds of night. The dead are sleeping in their sepulchres And, aonlderiag as they sleap, a thrilling sound, Half sense, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 July 1854

-DI FUBUHBOD *V*ET ATTXRNOQR, Otfkc, *? iXrfrest,near ,i. * - - w... ?*U* Jrvfag n WALLAci* hope. ? i ? S * T? Mtaaibcraia the cities of wn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?B'B fur um, pnyakie??X CETTO??reet [ ty to the Ar*ts. To ftnil subscribers the sat s^ripuo* prise- is THREE OOLLABS ANDTrffY: CMT3 A fe*x is ifcKii, TWO DOLLARS ft til MOWTH8, and OWE DOLLAR for TUBE EIOWTH#. WiHcm oonas out. cut. in nu wmiims: nOH THE HOUSE 07 VK. H. KeDOEALB, XOS Vuno Street, corner of Aam.) WILL BE PUBLISHED ON lot A10C3T, THE CABIN BOTS STORY. U SlMT-XAUTIC.iL ROMANCE OF WTXNSl INTEREST, BT THE AUTHOR OP THE "ft mate doctor," the ->la ivte& s ST0& r: THE "OLD DOCTOR<fc The wow hitherto enjoyed by the author of th? - above popular work* is a nufflrient gr?nr?nt?e of tb? favor with which Any sroduciiowi cumin* from hii pen will be received by the pabiin. "The Csbir Boy's fctory" Is a roman-io narrative^ illaetrs|ipf the honors of tb? Hl*ve Trad*, w carried on in tht Ooa...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 July 1854

DAILY lYSNDiOfflAE. ifASfllHQTOH OTTf: ?*- ' {- ? 1 UUM^AT AinWOOH.. ???????? CF ALL DB8CBIPIiaS8 EXECUTED At Td?B OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNER. f Fwurlraala ??tf M ifcC ** " Irfiaf HmcI." ?iJm1\e large circulation of the 9xab avJusit the most desirable advertising me mum in the District. It hat more readers <a the ttXier 0/ Washington* Georgetown, and Alexandria, than oL the offer Wash t tfion dailies combined. * #pimiT or m wmmam nw The Tntdligtncer aBBtlMct fa a becoming mannor the dntit of the venerable Jonathan Robert* aged eighty-one, ud formerly an rnlted State iimtir from Pennsylvania, who In bis day and generation filled quite a lam ?pace in the public eye. lie V*?e* explain the persistence of Eng land ie tfforti to cripple slavery ia the United States, from siniatsr motives, and argues tbe whole United State* should set themeelvef *?? Last the proposed effect*of ber interference *? ?hr aff ire. The same paper explains that |? its lata article a pan the Ramsey and Car nal c...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 July 1854

putt EmiNii mm HCtt '.ITmtUgllCg.' tm Tnnroimt.-'The ther , -f. in oar Muting room, at 12 o'clock -y, stood at tit degreae above wo. Icx House*.?The old plan of building ice houses by digging a bole aad?r ground and coafiniag the lee without a breath of air hu been disoovered to be a losing buaineM. Tie article thus that oat from the air malts and tarns toetf to water fas.er than if welt venti lated Ia tome instances wa have heard of & half store of ice befog melted away by the eld procets The disooverv that air was necessary to the preeervatiou of i?e, was merely aeciden tal. An iee dealer at the North having gath ered more ice than ha could pat away in his ?tabs, had to s:ore a large quantity above ground, in aheds, Ac. On coming to compare the two modee. be found that the above grouad iea was ia the beet preeerva i >n goffering lcs depreciation than that below the surface of the earth ; and beooe the modem plaa of building we-boa ee above groued, affording sufficient venti...

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