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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR ? ? _ r WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1853. ^ -4a DA1L.Y evening star. PUBLISHED EVEfiY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) On 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, BV JOSEPH B. TATE. terms op subscription : Subscribers served by the carriers at six a week, payable weekly. To mail sub ribers $3.50 a year; $2 for six mouths. terms of advertising. ? r cev* n linc-s or left?. For fourteen line? or less, t / ! - .- a7 % u 50 Vs.- 76 .. 1.00 .. 1.50 u 2.00 1 insertion $0.50 2 ? 75 3 " 1.00 1 week 1.50 2 " 'J.00 3 " 2.50 4 ?? 3.00 1 year 1 30.00 ?ICOUSAGEJIENT TO AXSRICAN POETIC TALENT! $300 PREMIUM. 'i;T?r>'S?D <i8 I :im with th*i controlling influence virch h exercised by the tine arts' upon the direc ,uul destiny oi huuirm affairs, it has given me in ? pleasure t?? witness the bountiful manner in . :r-.:a timet> time, painting and statuary have ., u,-.iuraged and rewarded by the Councils of the a. it. while this acknowledgment is due to the dis ^ iti i worthy pa...

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 April 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: ??? FRIDAY, APBIL 22, 1853. IMPORTED CAPITAL. We hare felt it fa be our duty to speak pointedly of the alien influence sought to be exerted on American institutions by the book writers, actors, and lecturers brought in upon us from abroad. We have shown our readers the ridiculous figure cut by Americans in aping the fashions, customs and artistic exhibitions of foreigners. We have held up the superior claims of our own artists, scholars, statesmen and heroes, whose careers present sufficient inducements to our young men to aspire to the greatest per sonal worth and the highest earthly distinc tions. In all this, the sentiment we seek to inspire in the bosoms of all our countrymen, wheth er born or adopted citizens, is that contained in the lines of the gifted bard: " Breathes there a man with soul bo dead, Who never to himself hath said, ' Thfc is my own, my native land V " This universal sentiment of love of coun try we hold to be one of the most honorable...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 April 1853

Weekly Calendar. Days length 13 hours and 12 mintiUs. APRIL. SUN. MOON RISES. RISES, j SETS. 1* Id 3 Sunday 5.24 Monday 5.23 Tuesday ' 5.22 Wednesday 5.21 Thursday ' 5.20 Friday J 5.19 Saturday I 5.18 6.36 6.37 6.38 6.40 6.41 6.42 6.13 2.07 2.42 3.22 3.54 , 4.24 4 53 full moon LOCAL AFFAIRS. Suspicion.?Alexander Hart, a young aQ who has been residing in this city .. veral years, was arrested yesterday upon iU?picion of forging an endorsement upon , check which had been presented at the Siuking House of Selden, Withers & Co. - (Jay, at one o'clock, the case was brought ,,f0re Justice Donn for examination.? " ere was quite a crowd at the office, eager hear the evidence. Upon hearing the witnesses, all that could be proved was that ?__e name of G. V,. Ilaskius, on the back of ;?e check, was a forgery; but there was rj, evidence to show that ifart ever saw the r;ck before. There was no course left the .itice but to dismiss the case for want of evidence. Parade.?Last evening the aveD...

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. — 22 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. GOD BLESS YOU. u God bless youln?kind, familiar words 1 Before my eye? the letters swim; For?thrilling nature's holiest chords? My fright with fond regret grows dim. "God bless yon!" clones up each page Traced by the well-beloved of yore; Whose letters still, from youth is age, That fondly-anxious legend bore. I heeded not, in early days, The import of that yearning prayer; To me 'twas but a kindly phrase, Which household love might freely spare. But now that grief strange power affords, In those lore-hallowed scrolls I find, These earnest, pleading, sacred words, With all life's tenderness entwined! Now thou art gone (ah! dark abOTe Thy gravestone floods the winter rain,) And all the old, swet-t household love, fades into memory's silent pain, On earth for me no human heart Again will breathe those words divine, But, sainted soul! wfcere'er thou ait, Thy an g?l pleading still is mine. Focus.?A little girl, says the Knicker bocker, had seen her brother playing wi...

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. — 23 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. * VOL. I. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1853. NO. 102." DAILY EVENING star. PUBLISHED EVEBY AFTEXNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) On 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. TERMS OF SUBSClilPTION : ^abscribers served by the carriers at six ?; a week, payable weekly. To mail sub . ,:.,ers $:J.50 a year; $2 for six months. tkrms of advertising. - ,r sewn lines or less. For fourteen lines or less. rri(.u $0.25 I 1 insertion $0.50 ' .. -ilVt, 2 " 75 r / ? n // ? .. 1.50 .. 2.00 15.00 50 3 " 1.00 75 1 week 1.50 1.00 (I 2 44 2.00 3 " 2.50 4 *' 3.00 1 year 30.00 nCOG EASEMENT TO AMEKICAN POETIC TALENT! $.300 PREMIUM. IMPRESSED as I am with th?controlling influence vfhioli is exercised by the fine artu upon the direc . aa-idestiny of liuiu.in affairs, it has given me in :? pleasure t<> witness the bountiful manner in . ?i, frum time t > time, paintiug and statuary have :i encouraged and rewarded by the Councils of the ;l! "U. ,;j;, while thi-> ac...

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. — 23 April 1853

of Paul, bj which he was ever afterwards called. His travels were continued through parts of Asia Minor and Europe, where he labored in season and out of season, setting before men the unsearchable riches of his master, Christ. Some of the chief particulars of his Apos tolic life, are his disputes on circumcision ? his several differences with Peter and Bar nabas, and his hearing before Festus and Agrippa. He was beheaded at Rome, near the year A. D. 65. This mode of death was adopted in his case, as he was a Roman citizen, and an individual enjoying this honor, was not allowed to suffer the disgrace of a crucifixion. The Pauline Epistles are fourteen in number, and are addressed to the churches over which the author exercised Apostolic care. They are remarkable for strength of natural reasoning and fulness of piety. And they have constituted the source from whence Christians of all denominations have largely drawn to prove the primitive origin of their worship, or substantiate the ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 April 1853

EVENING STAR. ?j. Office of the "Daily Evening Star," 6tli street, South of Penn. Avenue. Weekly Calendar. Days length 13 hours and 12 minutes. SUN. APRIL. KLsES. 8?TS. Sund?y Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday... ?*> ' Friday 23 Saturday.... i; 1* 19 2) 21 5.21 5.23 522 5.21 5.20 5.19 5.18 6.36 6.37 6.38 G.40 6.41 6.42 6.13 MOO* RISES. 2.07 2.42 3.22 3.54 4.24 4 53 full moon LOCAL AFFAIRS. jYho are th* ReubenitesThe Reubenites are a gang of little boys, ranging from ten to fifteen years of age, "who go prowling about the streets, day and night, pilfering goods, stoning houses, breaking windows, drinking whiskey, playing cards, fighting, cursing, and making use of language that would disgrace even Billingsgate. Have t^er parents or guardians? Yes! they have. But of what use are parents or guardians to children when they wink at their iniquity and encourage their villainous pranks? Many parents by their conduct ie3d their own children to the penitentiary. We bave heard of a father ...

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. — 23 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. sahjbday evening. i How sweet the evening shadows fell, Advancing from the west; | Aa ends the weary week of toil, j And comes the day of rest. ? Bright o'er the earth the star of eve Her radiant beauty sheds; And myriad sisters calmly weave Their flight around our heads. Bright o'er the earth the morning ray Its sacred light will cast; I Fair emblem of the gleriou3 day I That evermore shall last. j J England's Humanity. | It is generally known that savages were employed by the King of England, George III, and paid at so much per scalp of man, woman, and child, during the revolutionary war. A few items from this terrible trade in human flesh may interest some of our readers, and show how this paternal King strove to crush out the noble spirit of inde pendence ef our early heroes. Here is a list of a number of packages that were sent by one James Boyd, from a Captain Craw ford, to the British Governor of Canada, Col. Hamilton. These packages of scalps were found a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1853. NO. 103. DAILY evening star. pTJ3I<I9IH2D EVERY AFTERNOON^ (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) On 6th straet, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. tkrms of subscription : Subscribers served by the carriers at six cent3 a week, payable weekly. To mail sub scribers $3.50 a year; $2 for six months. terms op advertising. por ju?ven lines or less. For fourteen lines or less. i ;n?-rtioa $?-2o 1 insertion $0.50 .. 37 ^ ~ .i 50 1 _ 10 . _ 1.00 - ?? .............. I.o0 : .. 2.00 15.00 2 " 75 3 " 1.00 1 week 1.50 2 " 2.00 3 " 2.50 4 ?? 3.00 1 year 30 00 OCOUSAGEMEIfT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALEN T! $300 P11E3IIUM. * MPRE33ED as I am with the controlling influence which Js exeriisal by the fine arttJ upon thadirec ? ! anddestiny of human affairs, it has given me in ?iil- pleasure to witaess the bountiful manner in .iiieU, from time t> time, painting and statuary have .. ?u encouraged aud rewarded by the Councils of the .atiofl. liat, ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 April 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON^ ??? MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1853. OTO CITY POST OFFICE. There is no post office in tbe United States requiring more facilities for the ac commodation of the public than that in the city of Washington. Aware of this impor tant fact, at the commencement of the Evening Star, we devoted a portion of our columns to the conduct of the post office? especially with reference to the inequality of the wages of several of its employees, as compared with those paid to other public servants. We have advocated the following things : An increased pay for those who render the most arduous services of the post office. An enlargement of the clerical force of the establishment. Better accommodations for the occupants and mails. More room for applicants and ciiizens. There are two important improvements that are specially demanded at this time. One is the construction of a long hall where the paying customers of the government can be better served. The other is. tbe sorting of the l...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 April 1853

evening star. [.j. Office of the "Daily Evening Star," 6th leet. South of Penn. Avenne. Weekly Calendar. Days len'jth 13 hours and 23 minutes. 8UX. APRIL. I ?; MOOX RISES. RISES. SETS. ?und?y ??;? ??? ! 8-22 Monday ! ??}* Tue*iay~ ? j ? 6.16 6.47 Wednesday 5.12 6.48 Thursday 5.11 6.49 Friday ; 5.10 ? 6.50 Saturday 5. 9 . 6.ol 9.39 10.53 11.59 inorn. 0 55 1.40 LOCAL AFFAIRS. r,-i ploy era in Dayton.?Consistency is a fjfcl not very highly prized by "Bosses" ? West, if we judge them by the evidence )0n in an advertisement in the Baltimore 0f tbe ii2d inst. It appears that the r urnevmen cordwainers" there have de L fed nn increase of wages, and it being efused tl*ey have quit work. The cm ?vers have a Ivertised for 50 or 100 hands, [ , jo the advertisement they very clearly ve themselver to be about as inconsis ent as men can well be. They say that L:r object is to "obtain workmen who can [j will make faithful honest work," and /.many of the hands who were emylcyed \.;e "miserable apol...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 April 1853

? DAILY EVENING STAR. FREEDOM OF THE PRESS. Around her waist I put my arms It felt as soft s cake; ? Oh! dear!" says she, "what liberty You Printer men do take!" " Why, yes, my Sal, my charming gal? (I squeesed her some I guess,) Can you say aught, my chick, against The Freedom of the Press T' I kissed her some,?I did, by gum She colored like a beet; Upon my living soul, she looked Almost too good to eat! J. gave her another buss, and then, 8ays she, " I do confess, I rather sorter, kinder like, The Freedom of the Press ln Wants to be an Editor. It is not altogether proper to publish private business letters, (says the Columbia Banner,) but the following we venture to give as evidence of candor becoming the fraternity, and of an accommodating spirit in our correspondent. His letter has been answered. " March 7, 1853. "Dear Sir:?I have been told you waunt ed an additional editur to you exilent paper, to do the poetry and serious artikles. I have been accustomed to attend to sich matt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 April 1853

JUILY EVENING STAR. 1?L" WASHINGTON, pTa, XUE.SDAyTaI'PJL 26,1^ ~NaW4 DAILY evening star. PUBLISHED EVEEY AFTEBNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) Oa 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, 131' JOSEPH B. TATE. terms of subscription : Subscribers served by the carriers at six e3ti a week, payable weekly. To mail sub jrifaers $3.50 a year; $2 for six mouths. terms of advertising. f r.s?veii lines or less. For fourteen lines or less. 1 insertion ;. .$0.50 O" cioa 37 % 50 75 . _ 1.00 ? l.oO ( 2.00 15.00 2 " 75 3 " 1.00 1 week 1.50 2 " 2.00 3 " 2.50 * *' 3.00 1 vear. .30.00 COUSAGEXENT TO AMEBIC AN POETIC TALENT! $300 PREMIUM. '[PRESSED as l am with th- controlling influence rhich w exercised by the fiue arts upou the direc : and destiny of human affairs, it has given me in > pleasure to witness the bountiful manner in 2. if-time t> time, painting and statuary have . encouraged and rewarded by the Councils of the n,n. ?it, while this acknowledgment is due to the dis jinz and worthy patrons of these...

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 April 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: ? TUESDAF, APRIL 26, 1853. 887* Julius De Saules having been ap pointed Agent for the Evening Star, will call ?n the citizens generally to solicit subscrip tions. He is authorized to collect all moneys due for the paper. HOW. CALEB CUSHUra. A short time since we gave an impartial sketch of the career of Hon. Jas. C. Dobbin, the present Secretary of the Navy. We shall follow this with accounts of the mem bers of the present Cabinet, as opportunity occurs. Below is an outline of the history of General Caleb Cushing, whose career as Attorney General of the United States bids fair to be a brilliant one. Caleb Cushing is now in his fifty-third year. He was born on the 7th of July, 1800, in Salisbury, Mass. He was early distinguished by remarkable aptitude for learning, and entered Harvard College be fore he was fourteen years of age. He graduated with high honors. From thence he took to the Law School, remained there two years, and in 1S19, before he reached the...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 April 1853

EVENING STAR. Office of the "Daily Evening Star," 6th. Btreet, South of Penn. Avenne. Weekly Calendar, *3- Days length 13 hours and 28 minutes. SUN. apbH" 24 Sunday. Monday. .0 j Tuesday ?T ? Wednesday Thursday... <yj Friday 30 Saturday.... RISES. 5.16 5.14 5.13 5.12 5.11 5.10 5. 9 SETS. 6.44 6.16 6.47 6.48 6.49 6.50 6.51 MOON USES. 8.22 9.39 10.53 11.59 morn. 0 55 1.40 LOCAL AFFAIRS. Bright Youths.?The young ones about Washington are beginning to learn the les sons given them by the rowdy delegations from abroad. In fact, some of them have finished their education. A v%rv proficient <nng "hang" the corner of Third street and the Canal, and cut up all kinds of rowdy pranks. Saturday afternoon last they at tacked the men at work on the Corporation mud-machine, and drove them away from their business. Pistols were fired at the bands, the balls and shot striking near them. The names of some of these young cut throats are known, and we hope the Canal Commissioner will lay aside ev...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. 1 Improvements of Baltimore. Notwithstanding the advance in the price of building materials> as well as in that of labor, the city is steadily enlarging by the addition of new buildings. Go into any section of the city and the signs of business and prosperity are around you. Old and unsightly houses are being taken down and their places supplied by more enlarged and commodious edifices. On the corner oppo site to our office stood a range of old fash ioned dwellings which had been changed to inconvenient and unsightly stores, these have all been removed, and a row of beauti ful stores of improved construction, is filing in their place?so it is throughout the city; and in the suburbs, out of the present limits of direct taxation are spring ing up elegant and costly dwellings, fit habitations for the successful merchant, manufacturer and mechanic. These evi dences of prosperity are grateful to our hearts, and we trust that they will go on multiplying around us, a...

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. — 27 April 1853

WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1853. DAILY EVENING STAR. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTEEJT001T, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) On 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ! Subscribers served by the carriers at six cents a week, payable weekly. To mail sub bribers $3.50 a year; $2 for six months. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. : ^>ven lines or less. For fourteen lines or less. insertion >0.25 50 ' ** - 1.00 .< 1.50 1 insertion $0.50 ? " . 75 3 " 1.00 1 w?ek 1.50 ~ " 2.00 3 " 2.50 *# -.00 j | 4 *? ??????? 3.00 jetf 15.00 i! 1 year 30.00 S3 C0C2AGEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! $5 00 PREMIUM. IMPRESSED as I am with thy controlling influence [ whicn is exercised by the Sue arts upon the direc .i sU'i destiny of human affairs, it has given me in pleasure to witae.su the bountiful manner in : q. from time t^ time, painting and statuary have :i encouraged and rewarded by the Councils of the .. .rkn. nt, while this acknowledgment is duo to the dis .rfiiia^ and worthy p...

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. — 27 April 1853

I ? EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON; WEDNESDAY, A>RIL 27, 1858. . notes of WASHnraroM. We have spoken so often of the claims of our city, that we are pleased to copy all that is said of its prosperity by our contem poraries. It is truly gratifying to meet with the following in the editorial correspondence of the Chicago^)emocrat: 44Washington, AprU 12, 1853. 44Yesterday twas one of those beautiful days for which this portion of the Union is bo justly distinguished. The man who could not enjoy himself in so lovely a place as Washington on such a day must be an insufferable cynic, or bitterly disappointed office-seeker. By-the-by, there are scores of those in and about the Capitol. "WithC. W. C. Dunnington, chief of po lice, as my cicerone, to whom I am under obligations for many favors, I ascended to the top of the dome of the Capitol, and 6pent one of the most delightful hours it has ever been my good fortjine to enjoy. To the south and west, the beautiful hills of Virginia skirt the ho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 April 1853

evening star. Office of the 14Daily Evening Star," 6th street, South of Fenn. Avenue. Weekly Calendar. ?5- Days length 13 hours and 28 minutes. * APK1L. 54 25 26 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday ... Frid:?y ^ Saturday .... 8U?f. KU?S. 5.16 5.14 6.13 5.12 5.11 5.10 5. 9 SETS. 0.44 6.16 6.47 6.48 6.49 6.50 6.51 MOO* RISES, 8.22 9.39 10.53 11.59 morn. 055 1.40 LOCAL AFFAIRS. Inquest.?An inquest was held this morn | iag over the body of a white woman named Francis West. A few days since she was at the watch house with her husband and chili a little girl of 4 years of age. We noticed the group as a picture of poverty. We are now called upon to chronicle the death, of the woman from "exposure and I in temperance." From the manner in which :tie testimony of the husbaud was given, there can be no doubt that he has been in Irood circumstances, and was w 11 educated, though this morning he was confused, [probably as much by the sudden death of is wife, as by the liquor he had so recen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 April 1853

< ? T ?- - ? ? , DAILY EVENING STAR. ( An Exciting Scene. A year or two ago, as the steamer South erner was on the point of departure from Charleston, S. C., for New York, our atten tion was attracted by a number of passen gers on board and the excitement of a large crowd which had gathered at a particular place on the vessel's deck. We made our way into the throng behind the captain, and soon found a man dressed in the garb of a Quaker, seated on what appeared to be a chest, declaring that it should not be opened unless those who opened it killed him.? While he was thus acting, a voice from the chest (as from a colored person in distress) Baid in a smothered tone: "Let me out?I had radder go to massa, oh! mercy! dis chile can't stan dis, no how. Oh! golly, can't stan dis no longer." "Look here, my friend," said the captain, "you'll please get off that chest." "I'll do no such thing," he replied coolly. "Oh, dear, luff me out dis!" came dis tinctly from the chest, as if the speak...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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