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

DAtttf-EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITT: \vrn*rrfmay aftbrxoon, march i;? fcy* We trust that persons disposed to u*e the advertising columns of the Star,, will remember that payment is required in advance. i/? all cases, for advertise-; ments, except those sent by quarterly or j vearlv advertisers. ? SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer approaches the con sideration of the question with Spain, growing out of the recent seizure of the steamer Black Warrior, strenuously ad vising caution and forbearance in what ever this < Government may essay on ac count of it. The editors declare that if it shall become evident that the Cuban authorities have wilfully invaded the rights of American citizens, they will, of course, have nothing to say in extenua tion of their acts, though at present they are inclined to think that the difficulty has simply grown out of American in fi action of clearly delined Spanish Cus tom House laws. They intimate, too, that they can at present see no nec...

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. — 15 March 1854

daily evening star. _FlTtTr ISTEUIuJSSCE. Jue l'EKBAM Gift Lottlky.?Tbe origina tor of the above schcmc wa* a Mr. Pcrbam. who made himself known to the public bt the exhibition of a panorama of the Missi* ?i'ppi at the Stuyvesan? Institute, in the city of >ew York The speculation was not success ful. and. 10 consequence, the exhibitor at tempt 'he above scheme, which he had ilready tried iu Boston, but in which be had failel. having been indicted by tbo grand jury. He however, verv shrewdly conjectured that Bo ?toa and New York were different places, ?ad th.it an iafraetiaaef toe law, which wn< TisiteJ in the former place with punishment, might be carried out with impunity in the ether The first prise was to be the Pano rama, or Seven Mile Mirror, which was esti mated to be worth $40,000, and afterwards a ^rie? of prizes of all kinds, numbering 100.000. and valued altogether at S97.499. Tbe prizes were to be distributed so soon as a hundred thousand ticket# at a dollar ea?h we...

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. — 15 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. [Continwi fr*m fir* page.] and my wife would swear to it too, if she were no* too much of a saint to swear at all. You arequitemistaken?quite,uuite quite. This ring was mine for year^ sir! It v as given me by my wife, long before we were married, and mv initial was en graved on the inside. When, sick of all associations of mv wedded life, I resolved to part with it, I had that initial effaced and I ran take you this moment to the jeweller who did it, if you desired to be satisfied." Ferrers was completely thun derstruck by a rebuff so unexpected, and by the force and vehemence with which it wa* administered. A sudden idea pos sessed him. however, and, without another word, he desired to be taken to the^weHer. De VerneUe conducted him rapidly to a shop m the Rue St. Honore. In answer to Ferrers, the jeweller stated a remembered M. De Vernelle bring ing to him the ring produced, for the pur ]>ose ?f effacing a letter on the inside, ^ inch was done. "And wliat. w...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 March 1854

the evening star rs pTBLTFTTED EVERT AFTIRNOO^/' (bxckpt sciptht,) j- :\e Sisr O^te, "* D ttreet, near bJiA, nearly tift '\c hvin; Hotel, St wall a f?n * hops. Xct j^s-'ribeaiBtiicri' .-s i f Washington, Geornt: ijr, a. tan-Iris, Bail m^rc and Philadelphia, a o IJ r~r snsmin, p?y?We?9ix CENTS ?wcvk , [n the a<r?i?t?\ t? mn?l suVcrifeer* the snt? ?rnyi-r pri:e - TlfKC" ' COLLARS and fifty .rrr- a year in c/-gtu?, two DOLLARS for .-'X 'TONTHd. and ONE DOLLAR lor three &IHCLM ccrits oxx tivr. VOL. 111. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1854. NO. 379. FRO* THE HOUSE OF WX H. 2HcD0tfALP, 102 Hawau Strwt, (corner of Ann.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SPRING TRADE, 1854. DHOOG '1AM, $7 flatden Laneand ? A9 Maisau ?tretl, :avii-s the atten tion o? his f)tja-r cu timers arii merchants gene ral.t, P'.rCictlarly H'toUsaU S?]/ern, to hi* Cimeaae stack of IXHIi Rl'?BER (iOJOi which he has now ea h.vl an J is daily rr-'Mrg from his Facto ries, in lulin;; ? C->*Ts, LIFE PRESERVERS. CAI'Ei, W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 March 1854

OA (LY EVENING STAB,. WASHINGTON PITT: THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH !?. SPIRIT 0? THE MOENTNG PRESS. * The Intelligencer shows that General Taylor urged the appointment of counsel \o protect the interest of the United States "before the Mexican claims commission, and that the Union opposed the propo sition, on the ground that the members of the commission themselves should act, practically, as government counsel; and ihat to make such an officer, would be simply to make ft place for some favorite; and, further, that the Intelligencer com mitted that riew, replying at length to the arguments of the Democratic-party organ. The Urnon comments, at some length, upon the President's Black Warrior-case message, expressing its editor's belief that the country will hail the recommendation* and determination of the Executive branch of the Government, in the matter, with entire satisfaction. The organ, also, pre sents its readers with an editorial synop sis of the recent debate in the Senate upon...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR mn is mum c e . Pi ?lic School EiHir.irios ?In accordance with an invitation forwarded to as a few davs by Mr Saicuel Kelly, principal of the firs' ward district school of this city, we attend el list night a public exhibition of the pupils of the above school at Carusi's siloon. and cannot do otherwise than express the satisfac tion that we experienced at the pupils' efforts in puolw speaking. The opening address was delivered by Mas ter J- J.mea. and was followed by a ireitmtion of Rolla's speech. which wss delivered by MJ"?terO Kelly. The next piece consisted of a^ amusing di?lo?t!e, Or ratner "poti'c code: die. ' entl'led "Tlie Student ar t his Xei^h bors," in whtih several of the pupils took a part. The part of '? Van Koot,' ? Dutch far mer. was particularly well done, and the aud ience who were very numerous, filing the rooiSfcompletely. were kept the whole time on the " broad grin.'" Three other pieces of a . similar description were played, entitled '"Stu ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. ? - ?? r ComUmui fnm Ant p*gt.) whole of the property. He at first opposed the entranoe of the visitors with great stubbornness ; bat assistance being procured, he was overcome, fettered, and placed in custody. According to the French fashion, hi was severely ques tioned as to his mode of life and his ex perience of De Vernelle, but this wat completely in vain: he remained as silent ana sullen as if he had been deaf and dumb. This man's name was Roual Gault. The searching of the house occupied --ome tune, and proved a labor of much difficulty, for Roual refused to disclose the place where the keys were kept, and, in consequence, several strong doors, firmly secured by locks and bolts, had to be forced. Nothing of any importance was found until a most minute examina tion discovered a secret cupboard or safe" in the wall of a room which ap peared to have served as a cabinet du tra vail. It was large, and the unosual size; of the door, and the skilful manner in whic...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 March 1854

the uvkwuIU- star XS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (UGKPT SUNDAY,) ?t IU Sl*r Ofltt, am D *rti, Li?A, ne?r iy Off wit Uu Irving Hotel, Bf WALLACH & QOPB. To ??briber* in the cities of Washing on,George toprn, MntaiHm, Baltimore snd Philadelphia, a g.i 12 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week Ijr in the Agent*. To mail ?ub*clibers the aiib f.-rptrmrrtee is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in adcamce, TWO DOLLARS lor FIX MONTH8, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE M^VTHS. Sinslb corns o** cent. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. FRIDAY, MARCH 17. 1854. NO. 380. Ill M HMUIIR. FBO* THE HOUSE OF WK. H. McDONALD, 102 Xaisaa Street, (corner 0/ Ann.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. 8PEI2TO TRADE, 1854. DHODG31AN.27 Jf?iden Lane and . 59 Nassan street, invites the atten tion of hi* fTtn^r cn?toa?ers and merchants g??n,? raliy. rtrticitlirty W-.ofesilt Buyers, to his mmense stock of INDIA BUB8KR GOODS which lis has now on h-vJ and is daily receiving frr.m his Facto CMrT,n(,in0~ LTFB PRE3KRVER3, CIPBS WHIPS, GLOVES, CARRIAGE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 1?. FF*THE "STAB" OFFICE If LOCATED ON D STREET, SECOKD DOOR WEST FBOK TWELFTH, HEAR THE JU1CCTIOW OF TWELFTH STREET AMD PEX1VSYLVAEIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S ?? IRYIEG HOTEL." H7'The large circulation of the Star vuJces it the most desirable advertising me in the District. It has more readers tn the cities of Washington, Georgetown, .m/V Alexandria, than t*l the other Wash? - ngton dailies combined. TO COBBK8PAIIDINTA No nouoe cm be ukea of anonymous Communica " wis. Whatever u intended for insertion, Must be authenticated by the name and addran of the writer?not necessarily far publication, but as a ruaranty of his good fai:b. We cannot undertake to return rejected Communi cations. AOSNCI18 THE 8TAE. Per?oi*j in BaltimouwWbhc * subscribe for the DuU* Evening SUn, caa have it delivered to them cn the rventog et >i? issue, by faithful carriers, by leaving their names at the store of CATHER8 fc PRO., corner of i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 March 1854

> t LOCAL I !>TEllil6EHCB. TrrrntAf ? M?:ETt*r.._L*jt night, a meet ing of the Washington Temperance League *a? held at the Tcmp;rance Hall. in E street, f.r the purpose of more fully organising the above wciety. and of laying iu plan of opera tions. The Chairman. Mr A. T Harrington, ex plained the objects for which the league das ,-g.dzed. and stated that all persons could bol-.ng to it, whether tectotallera or cot bv payiag twenty-five aents monthly. He like" ";e mentioned that it was their intention, on ?tiitpre ocewwa, to have a mass meeting out 0/ i ">rs. and that a part of their plan of oper *ri<TM would be. to go from house to house to collect subscriptions. Tbe speaker then ad Tcrted to the crime of drunkenness. ?n<l mer- j fi>nc'l t wo anecdotes of its hurtful effects. one re- ' lated to Georgetown. where, on aci?unt of the prevalencv of the vice, a gentleman who had in tended to nettle there with his family, wa? in duced to forego the intention, from fear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. GIVE MX BACK MY OAST. Giutme buck my heart, thou robber Nay ! M ram deny the theft, Fete* in* ignorance, ro lish Vttpi, When we well know who bcrefl. Give it back! bow dare ye keep it?: ? When it* owner's lips demand Gire it back I mast ( repeat it i .-? ? Go.' tliou shall not touch this hand.' - Give it back! 1 stoop to ?ie thee?* ? 1?of Fashion's proudest train, Be*, entreat, beseech, implore thee, Give, oh : give it back again I Give it! oh, niv heart's commotion TeB tis mounts a stoiea gem, Dark, is litc's late star lit ocean, T"ra my heart flower from its stem. Sons my bird like soul disdaining, AH the subtle shafts of lore Roasted unlettered, uncomplaining As the free, unpinioncd dove. When my treason once possessing Rant my silvery laugti the while. Vow I weep earth's choicest blessing, Dost thou ever see me smile r Ere f met the thrilling vision Of thy manly beauty rare. Life passed on in dream Elysian, Beene of sun-shine, gay and fair. Now I mourn the ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 March 1854

the evening star IS PVBLISIIED EVERY AFTERNOON, ? IKICKPTiSCNDAT.) A tb &ar Oflce, on D threet, near 124A, nearty oypo nte Ike frring Hotel, Br W ALL ACH fc HOPE. ?ft ?ab*rtk?n? ia the cities of W ashinfton, George town, Aleiaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 1? per antra in, payible? SIX CENTS?week ly to the Afeau. To nail aubtcriber* the mih ^npw* 1**" " THRKE DOLLARS AND PfFTY CENTS a y**ar ia adr.irut, TWO DOLLARS SIX MONTHS, and ONS DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sinslb corns o?> ctrr. WASHINGTON. D. C., SATURDAY, MARCH IS. 1854. VOL. III. NO. SSL Ill Till MOTS BBS. FRO* tR HOUSE OF WH. H. McIXTHALD, 103 Httttu Street, corner of Ann.) INDIA RUBBER (iOODS. BPRDfG TRADE, 1854. DHODQMAt,a7 Maiden Lane and . 5? Naittu streat, invites the atten tion ot his f >rmer cu-t a*rs ?nJ merchant* gen* raliV /Urfu. liar I u W-uJfsalf Buyers,to his mmense stack' of INDIA RUBBER GOJDS which lie has now eo had and is daily rwemn? from his Pacto ^?eluding- LIFg PRE3ERVER3, CAPES* WHIPS, GL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 March 1854

JAM EVEMNgSTM. WASHINGTON CITY: SXTt PRAY AFTERNOON, MARCH IP IJZ**10* 18 LOCATED ?OOJfD D00& WW FRO* TEE JTOTCTIOS OF TWELFTH STREET AHD PHnrSYlVAJTlA AViJiUjs, REARIT OPPOSITE FBEHCH'S HISVINO HOTELS TO iORBE8P?Nl?ENT8. ?V> notice can b?> taken w< anoajrmou-i CominuHic;t Lo'i*. Whatever m intend*-*! for insertion, *iu>i be authfi.ncaud by the oibk and addre,* of th. writer?not necessarily for publication, but aa a ua/ajity oi hu cuod ?aiui. W, rann..: undertake to return rejected Co.un.uiu cations. AUBNt'lta F'?k thr ntar. Persons m Baltihobs wishing to suWnbe for thr Daily Evening Star, ' an have it delivered to litem 141 evemug ot ita ime, by faithful camrr*, by Iwavtag Uv,t Bar.e* at the store ot GATHERS k i'RO., comer of liotlidnv and Baltimore streets. At Wilxdibtob, fin-, E. f. R. BUTLER, IN Maiix-t atteet, will ?ue:id V> the delivery of i lie At Philadelphia, J. T. BATE*?, at the Lichatw can funusb w bo wish copies ol' (lie Star earJ\ on the uxirnin^ afte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 March 1854

DAILY EVWMg STAR, LOCH JET*; lLHEXCE. JfRtr'sLPa^?T Lint Kiln.?The pecu liarities of description of kiln, and it* iapw^.nu over the ordinary one in use, are *> P* at aa to reqai re some notice at our handr kiln in built of a stone known as blue rcvk, which 15 very Rood for such purpose*, and is carried up to the height of fifty feet, being 9} arranged, that every kind of material of which lime is manufactured, whether lime atone rock, or oyster shells, c&u be burnt in it Tha improvement of this kind of kiln over the i>rdm?ry one. consist* in the economy as well as in the expeditious facility that it affords for the manufacture of lime and cement In ad dition to the originality and simplicity of the coanrucuon of the kiln, the mechanism of the li.aohinery employed for lifting up the mater ialf for consumption to the kiln mouth is one of its peculiar features These articles are ^??ed t'j its summit in buckets, which run upnn an endless chain, workrd by steam power, nnd the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 March 1854

UAAABtti ^ ! ' V r llow many. m?wvd>ifni? tk^rlTre ^A?iJjwuih iM* ?o^*ec ?tf*d qpwaASS. ' inSS ^'.'-VuVnV^ &?. *** -V*7 Anil, nm?nch, a* fmdnw here. Of speech J? mUS> tJKesdiML -? 1 I hop* at r TTiv?TfrV sai? " . -ai xWr /.i va.1- 'ffir. ^. ? if Jctnnr (*eonw"?t>?<ii4 trample?* Why,Jaje afrout?owpj up the corn? * Hiirrfnr ,i goad example. For many, May thinr* there are? As through this world we crowd own? A'?ov??, .wound, both near and far, IVridedhr we're down on. ' I'm down on ?Aarprr??knavish mer.? Who think it marl ?nd funny . To take a "country ?eiiiii?*' in, And ?'do" him of his money. Xo wonder that the country ?wain? Ditrnt th??e "fancy" '"witties,"' Or dearly love their rural home? And "damn" the "cowed cltks." I'm down on these religious men? J'lwwe bigot*?e?> short sighted As to believe all other seeta Arc sinful and beniihted- * N' i matter what yonr Tirtues aru. If you regard I hem lightly, Th" devil"? got you by the nose, And he will hold it tightly....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 March 1854

the evening star IS prBMSHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (.iXCKPT^SUNDAT,) Jt it* ?** &&***M & **<*r *cariy ofpo tit* the Jrnnj Hold, Bt WALLACH k HOPE. To jub^cribeninthecitfcs of WashiiitfWn.Geoitv ttfwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 03 19 p**r aniruin, payiOie? SIX CENTS?week ty tn the Ar**L?- To mail subscriber? Hw* nib tcnptuHt price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CKXTS a yv in iIwot, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, a ltd ONE DOLLAR ft* THREE MONTHS. Himli conn s*i cbtt. WASHINGTON. D. C., MONDA VOL. III. mux THE HOUSE OF WM. H. KcD02fAL2>, 102 Nunt Stmt, (comer of Ana.) LNDIA. RUBBER GOODS. SPRING TRADE, 1854. DHODUttAW. 37 Maiden Lane and a 59 Kuu> street, invites th* ultra tion of his firmer i-u-t "a*rj m l iner.-hants gene rally, fartcuiaWy W't J'jalt Bupcrt, to hi* mmeuse 1 stock of IN01A RUBBKK GOODS *hxh he has bow in hs?J xud Is daily r??tTtn< from his facto rie*. including? CMT', "KB PRB3ERVER3, CAPitj. whips, GLOVES. CARRIAGE CLOTH, PANTS, PIANO COVE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 March 1854

W A SIHN GTON CITY : >;o\day aftfrnoon, march so. _Ui ? r" s?LtiiT of thi; xosimio fuess Th* I llHtH at length takes ground that "he Nrbnshj bill fa becoming a party question, in an article marked withnuch able reasoning. We, however, fail to see ihe fa^ts in the light in which the editor of the organ views them : inasmuch as the Southern Whigs are for the bill with much nK>re unanimity than the Northern Democrats. We coincide, however, to the letter in Union's views as to the purposes unci character of the labors of the aboli tion^. against the South and the Union, and more especially against this particu iat measure. The same journal indig natcly contradicts the New York HerMs roorback, published some time since, say ing that Mr. Buchanan had interfered to iuuuce the publishers of the London Tnnes fo dispense with the .services of Mr. C. Edwards Lester, the New York corres pondent of tluit journal. The L'num also undertakes to show that the Demo cratic press of Pennsylvania ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 March 1854

daily evening star. ?^Tifn isTBuisimir Rsr P" Vvrr?The above named minis-! ter 0f the Srotti.-?*i Free Chnrch. nnd who is ' ?ell known a* ?>ne of tbe ablest missionaries | i:inupm b?*a in the East Indies where u, iwideii at Calcutta. preached yesterday aorsiBf In Ml ?f th* House of Kvpreota tirt9. before an immM* aggregation with -,'srdtothe numi?er?. tbe floor of the hall ,3.1 galleries being crowded with la lie* and ,entlenien. s> that there was aetraeiy standing .,.,m in ?nj ?f *be approaches. The exerciser commenced wkh tbe hymn Before Jehovah s Awful Threne, which was j,lirered by the Kev. Mr. Slicer. Chaplain of the Senate, and sung by the congrega ion. ,fter which, the Rev. Mr. Huge, pastor of the ffsstmins'er Presbyterian Chnrch, in Balti- | more, rccitcd a prayer. The Rev. Thomas B >*rgeant. then read, u the morning lesion, the iff J* chapter of St. Pauls epistle to the Itow*"*1 *t the conclusion of which the Rer. pr I'"# eomtneneeil bis discourse, taking the follo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 March 1854

TUJJjY evening star. Among the poem* now first collected in l?''>?tan edition ol Cainphell. we find ?jp t :? exquisite- poem. Montgomery . :>ri t i: In iiia Lecture? on General Litera ture .in<l IV etry. as '-a hasty bat certainly ? ; ipj y a5.ur of Thnma? Campbell s, in the ti . .m l Li v<om of his youthful poetry ? -at- >it U it war probably produced about ; o t? ar I ' J. It wa? really written on one of t'i(? poet ?; later vuiti to (iermany- in thr Teat or tbereabr>ut".|an'l why he bbould have omuteJ it lY"m b? collected work" we ? ;n:.ot intt<ine. Montgomery gays that fr?>in the rtescitp:iT? portion of the poem a painter iii?ht pnxlwce a landscape as superb a* evei ^roanated m colors of this world from the pencil of Titian or Rubccs. TO IHE POLISH COOKIESS R SKI i iiijugii 1 honor you at heart More than tli?>e p?>or lino can tell; Y? r | > aiini>t Iwnr tu jmrt VVuSt a common cold ??farewell." XV< are itranp:ri, Tar remote !n descent, and sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 March 1854

IS PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, ( kicejtvhjndat,) J: 'it &rr Ofbe, on D street, near \iU\, ruarty 9j~po rile tk* Frrir-z Hotel, Bv WALLACII & HOPE. To ribwcntiCTs in the cities oC Washinstnn.Geonce cnm, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a *1 12 per annum, pay this? SIX CENTS?w**k ?t to the Astbu. To matl !m?;Krtbcr* the sub ?cnplk>n prica i* THRFIE DOuLARS AND FIFTY t'EXTS a year ui aroante, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTH?, m ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONThS. 'iiisLi cams okk o?kt. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, MARCH 21. 1854 \'n tat 1EV Kill IMII5MHB. rso* THE HOU6L 01 WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Kimu Street, (corner of Ann.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. ,SP&T?(1 TRADE, 18-34. DHOOtiVA V, '^ Lane and . *n Ntnun ?ireei, invite- the atten fi<>n his f>nn**r en'twoer.* *"J tnerrhants Particularly lfirJrsnl! Buyrrt, to his nmenje ?-?e\ of I KIM A RCtfBKJi UO 'Dd which b* has now 0B bad aod is daily rec-jiving from his Facto run, inclwling? nnn-.nn..__? (\~iaT4 LIFh PKSSKRA 1R3...

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