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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. [From the London Punch.] SOffG OF THE BSITISH ADMIRAL. I'm a wonderful man of my age, I'm gallant, and jolly, and brave; The foe I'm prepared to engage, For I've only one foot in the grave. 'TIS true that I'm weak on my pins; Ti? true that I hobble about; But whew ! when the action begins. Do rou think I shall care for the gout ? If practice I think I may brag; .My profession I think I should know, For I hoisted my admiral's flag Very nearly three decades ago. Experienced I surely must be, As any old sailor alive, For my very next birthday, d'y* see, Will make me ju* eighty and five. They say I can't stand to my guns Because I am shakey a bit; But if Father Neptune'* old son* Can't stand to their guns?they can sit. They hint i'm unsteady of hand ; They say that my voice is oo weak For giving the word of command, But a shout is less shrill than a squeak. *Tia true that I'm touched in the wind, But at sea we have plenty of gales ; And then, if I'm pretty near blind...

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. — 6 May 1854

THE EVENING STAR IB PUBL1SI1ED EVERT AFTEBJiOOH, CSXCKPT SUNDAY,) JU ikt Strr Oflltt, on D street, near 12tfc, fusrty Off* mtt tht Irving Hotai, Bi WALLACU i 30PB. To MlMCrit-erainUicciiios of Wash infton, George - lOTrn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 12 per annum, paf^e?SIX CENTS week lv 10 the A*e?ts. To mail wbtcriberi the sub ?criptiiin price is TIIREB DOLLARS AND PIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for SiX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE M'?NTf!S. Simmi.B coma on? c?ht. THE WEEKLY 8TAF. ? J 1 A t 1 " rA * w - i * rhi**ie?Be?t Pawity a^rt V. w _e-rtrf? a grvmi* var^y >4 inftiMjkj thai ri a &*i?H ib mmy otto, f - ? |??wii ? M Haiq^**. MM. fi r> "?? ?- ^ ..." .777.. ? mi ..ik.AT ?>? ??!*?% ? ? % 4 ? ? I) M {&- ffingk i rp? (in ?rapp?r*> ?? tw jww>?r? Um ctHtu er mmfUimlxly ?u*t ?*? ?????? mt I'? pM H-r. Nc?- I BAM 9tm PtitNinu? w*o art m will tw ?ih???, * e -kh< m iwrn y p?r ctiii VOL. III. NO. 423 iei m urnmstmii. FROM THE HOUSE OF WM...

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. — 6 May 1854

DAUT EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITY: 0ATPI1MY ArTBftNOON, MAY 6 rv Tfcf " ?l?r" Offlrr i. toraM 1> *lreet, ?reond door wrm front Wtfc. aear thr jaariioa of 19ih Ntreet aad Pfaatrlraoia Aveaae, nearly aite fo the ** KirkwMd Hoaae," late 44 Irving Halrl." JOB PRINTING. Th? jiropn*to?? of tba "KVKMKa tfTAR** h?ve, at non'idoiBfcle exprnws connected with their estab liiiiMft a mii *ni compMp Job Printing Office, ?hx-h wijl ?- mWf. them to print, on the luwe? term*, is the b*?t gtyl*. and th? moat eip?nitioua Banner LABELS, BILL HEADS. CARDS. BLANKS. HANDBILLS, POSTERS, circulars, pamphlets, Ac., Ae., 4k?. Tie new mtWiaL. u^d at the Star Job Printing Ofict will ena> le Uu? t? do Printiag in a superior m inner. The patmna^ of the public ir respect fully to ___ _ mays. HOW TO GET THE ST AS REGULARLY. Leave your name and place of residence at the office, or with the regular agent. In this way you will avoid disapj^int mcnt at all seasons. The cost is only ?SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS PER W...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. o c AL 1XTELL1 G E H C E. Tbenon* T| It-U,E CP TO THE SCRATCH ? t . .,CJI' ^cture whch ha*l been promised w ttoe tilizum and residentsof Washington. by !UB<h?s, tf Michigan, the mil er and poli tician^ did uot come off last ni^ht a* announc Our friend, tho mi ler and poli ician. woulda t come np to the -scratch;" aud as he nad not come down with the " dust' for (he hire of iha ioom. the proprietor wouldn't light up the gas At least such waa the condition or thing* when we were there, and from en quire, we learned that, things remained in *tatu qrto, after we hud left fhe bill of fare put out wag, perhap?, very attrac ive to a cer tain cla-a, but aj gratui out admission was confined to c*e men. no one seemed inclined to pay ' fifty cents" f.?r a Imission to hear a lo*d of twaddle and rubbish. Tbe political lajture, in consequence. did not couie off ?nd considering thai, we huve political lectures every day going on at theCai itol, except, per haps, on a Si<t...

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. — 6 May 1854

DAIXY EVENING STAR. SALTXHOBS COBEBSro JDEKci. ~ Baltimore. May .>?10 r. m Custom House?domination?Hon. John ./. Crittetuien?Hj~-President fill more?The K/'Oir Nothings?Concert?Hippodrome? Theatrical?A neto Hall?bread stuffs. I observe that the last remnant of Whiggery has been expunged from the Baltimore Custom House. There is now not even an isolated case left to swear by. It is Democratic from the base to the topmost shingle. This is all fair.? The Whigs should have done the same thing when they had power. So long as parties contend for spoils, the victors should have them. The Know Nothings say they intend putting in for a small share two or three y^ars hence. A writer in the Baltimore Times has taken time by the forelock and nomina ted Millard Fillmore for the next Presi dency. Whether he belongs to tha mys terious order, 1 um unable to say. There ran be no question that Mr. Fillmore stands deservedly high, not only with the old Whig party, but with all high minded honorable...

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. — 8 May 1854

is PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (*XCHPT SUNDAY,) M the SHr Office, on D ttreet, near 19U, nearly oyr> tile ike hrvmf Hetel, Bt wallach a hop*. To ?ubscTibers in the ciliet of Washinfton, George ?wn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 93 IS |*?r inmim, payibie?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Amenta. To mail subscribers the sub ??crip?ion price is THREE DOLLARS and FIFTY OENTS a year i? advance, TWO DOLLARS for *IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fox THREE MONTHS. Sinslb cofi*b oh* carr. VOL. ill. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, MAY 8. 1854. in MjmmiMim. FROM THE HOUSE OF WX. H. McDONALD, 102 Nassau Street, (corner of Ann.) " KNOW NOTHINGS!" 0 TATTLING DKVKL >P M ENTS?Astoundi nr, Lu T)m. and Alarming! - AN EXPOSE OF THfc u KNOW NOTHINGS"?The Dep^ees, 8igns, Grips Pa?s Words, Charges, Oaths, Init ation, awful Pen Aid'*. etc.: tojretner with the Object*. Tendenci-s, and alarmiug mc-ease of thi? Seerel Order through out our threatened land, will be published on SAT U DAY. May 13, with striking wo...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. W \ 3H1 N <iTUW CITY : MONDAY AFTKRNOON, MAY 8. EfThf " Jll?r" Ofllff l? locatrd on D Nlml, ?rrand do?r wral fr*m l'Jlfc, mrmr I he jnactien of 1'Jlh Street mad PfK?*Tl?aiiB Areiif, nearly oppo< ? ite ?? tfao " KlrkwMd H*aae," Inte " Irriag Uatel. ?? <JZf The large circulation of the Stab makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than d. the other Wash ington dailies combined. AOENCIK8 FAR THE STAR. Person* in Raltimom wishing to subscribe for the Dotty Evening Sbxr, can hare it delivered to them on the evening of its issue, by faithfnl carriers, by tearing their at the store of GATHER* V BRO., corner of Holiday and BiJumore street*. At WiLjfiKOTOn, Dau, E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 Market street, will attend to the delivery of the Star At Philadilfhia.J. T. BATES, at the Eichanct can fwrniah thuae who wiah copies of the 8tur early on the moraine after its istiue....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 May 1854

1 () G A_L_J N T E L h 1 G E ?l C E. ni'lT ~ * lively scene tock Soiritu r ^ ? -e public meeting of the * ' | *1 the \ *rie:o. in consequence of ceedin?? SSM>n l>'ir'S invited, ihe pro ? h ? vommer.eed at about 8 oclock. p. m.. ticro w.n only a sparse attendance. bat k mT*S* ? ?Te- ^he plaee wu ?rowdtd bj a largo and interested audieooe, l tja prweedjugs eommenred hy a short lec !?" f.?* Owen of New York, who showed that hu knowledge ot scripture was ?? "'"y b? beginning wi.h quoiing the words of Jesus Christ, which he attributed to et. Paul. lie then pitched into the clergy, * oranohed off into remarks upon tbe"Md lexites who were not so much out of reckoning as to trie time. as they were a* to the mode ia whi'.'h the second coming of the Messiah wouid be made known. Tory plainly intimating that tpiri uali m was the immeliate forerunner of that 6". ?nt. He then run into " pan?hei?m.'" maintaining that (Jod was io every'hinj. and the es-en e of the divinity in every liuuiau b&...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 May 1854

WHiiS ABE THEY! ?V t. d. jackson. *?* Aw hrav? of other yean, W ho marshaled oft in stern array, , \*nE'' thf' wrongs and bitter tears, AndIrnrhleM d<ed?, done day by day? J he Continental*, where are they r XVho f,rn,?y rrasped the flashing steel, Ti.Pt,!>1' um*n " breast WJS bared to view, ien on the seried squadrons wheeled, -injB proved iu temper well and true? ? "*?' *-?ntiaeutah?, where a;e they ? Bt:!orr whose front* the Northern blast niV-I" ',cy reaIms a'"i mountains ?ere,' ivTim ',hen how,'ng piss'i. ?KTcont?S "?T true' an(i kl,PW ?* ?ie loniinent&ls, where arc they: ^ ho, mid the brake* and serpent1!* fen Ton *ood, ' An2* ~no "natter when? Ami nobly yield patriot blood? e C ontinentals where are they ? 1 'u-iCraSS *r*Pn many a spot. ? here never funeral call was chimed : ~ ra',!n their rest?they need it not? They're in each freeman'* heart enshrined ! And none who Med more loved to-day! 8ALTTO0RE C0SSESP01TDE1CX. Baitwoh, May 7?10 P. u We have passed through ano...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 9 May 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (?ICKPT 8UNDAT.) M tkm Ster Office, on D ttreet,ne*r 12tA, neariy oft** *He Ike Irving Hotel, Bi WALLAClIfcHOPB. To iub?crib#r*inthc citiea of Washington,George town, Al^iamlria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $3 12 p?-r annum, pnyible?SIX CENTS week lv to the Agents. To miil subscribers the sub acnplion price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in aJvmer, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sihslb ron*3 oia cskt. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. ? * it TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1854. NO . 425^ THE WJ }t < Thi?eieeUaot Family uU New*, in# a greater variety of lntemctiaf 1>1M it any otbar?U piklkta 99 9LTM. tingle ewpjr, pm 4 ?*??? ' ' TO WW. ?. Five copies r. ? on Ten do,..,.... M 8 09 Twenty do.. . . & 13 00 Ip-Cara. nifUiiiLT m ttvaet. J 0t?- Single copies (in wrnppan) W p?oc?r*< at the counv^Jnediaiety altar fee tmme at u.? piper. Prfe*?TnmOnwra. Porraanra* wHo net an agent* wfli be allownd a entnmMoa ?< twe...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 9 May 1854

DAILY KVfciNLNG ST Au. VASHINOTOW PIT*. TUESDAY AFTERNOON MAY 9. JBT The " Star" Oflcr la l?ca(ed V Street, mc?b?| 4mt writ fiMi 19th, ?ear the jaactiea ef 19th Street aad PeaasTlraaia Arenar, aearly eppa ?ite te the " Kirk weed Haue," late " Irviag H*tei.'* JOB PRINTING}. " The proprietor of the 'EVENING STAR" hare, ?t eoofidtnblt npwM, oonneeted with their estab lishment a neat and complete Job Printing Office, which will enable them to print, on the loweet terms, la the heat atyle, and the most expeditioua manner, LABELS, BILL HEADS, CARDS. BLANKS, HANDBILLS, POSTERS, CIRCULARS, PAMPHLETS, 4c>) At?, Ac< The new material* oaed at the Star Job Printing Office *111 enable us to do Printing hi aauperior mac nar. The patronage of the public ia respectfully to 1 Idted. may 5. SPIRIT 07 THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer enumerates the im portant bills which the House yesterday laid aside to get at the Nebraska bill; and copies with highly approving comments an article from 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. — 9 May 1854

19 c alTntelligence cftUeri Congratulate the cnuers orWashington and Alexandria on the increased facilities aff.rded them by the new steamboat, the George Page, named after its enterprising builder, Capt. George Page, which tiodti^, It inthD!CI ,Mter*aJ b?'ween the iteimcn hlL ?Tgf1 h0*' of ,h" Hne of b earners, being provided with a double car nage way well covered, and affording ample accommodation for over a dozen vehicles. The lad^ca and gentlemen's saloon* are very com and an additional accommodation h? been provided by which passengers can be ^applied with meals. Ac The engine is made Phil^L j * Co , of the Penn Works, n ?pr -?kiek 18 rom fortyt0 fift7horse a c ? a an cight feet stroke. It is worki ^'D.gi, e1PBC" Md is tended to be worked at about twenty pounds pressure on tien^twVmi * The.?peed ia at about JL'} ? e3 P*1" ho,r> an(1 the trio can be made in a quirter of an hour if a? ft?M "lcr ?rt! pot the VOM-I at be? de*"?ble ?? this new addition the nr^r^m sP?ed ^y keep t...

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. — 9 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STA1C. [ Contrmtrd frvm fvrrt page.] upon my mind. I halted?my breast! heaved?my knees trembled?and a pro mise perspiration rushed from every pore. -*? * * Mustering every energy that fear had left me, I slowly retraced my steps. The feelings of the condemned criminal, as he paces between his cell and the fatal gibbet, would be a state of bliss compared with what I suffered, and I en deavored to muster in my mind every motive that could stimulate me to exer tion. At length I stood trembling and breath less on the spot I had quitted. Slowly I raised my eyes, and shuddering, closed them in terror, though nothing met my view within the void before me. The heavy toned bell of the fort tolled the hour of one. Reassured, I gazed more earnestly towards the summit of the arch, and beheld, while the deep note or the bell, yet sounded in my ear, the same frightful object emerging, as it were, from the solid masonry of the roof. It now hovered over my head in a horizontal po siti...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 May 1854

X M .< ^ PUBLISHED EVERY AOTEBJIOON, (lXCIPT SDWDAT.) II U? Stmr Office, on D street, nrar 181*, nearly VffO nie the Irvine Hotel, Bt WALL. ACII ft. HOPE. To subscribers in the cities of Wstshinjton, Geoife own, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a |3 12 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week y to the A*?-nt?. To mail subscribers the sub wription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE M'?NTHS. 8ir?lb corns 0*1 cmt. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1854. NO. 426. Tbis rxcelleat Family tad News Jours*! lag a pouef wnnjrof be found in nay otbec io Sinjfie copy, par annum p m _ " W CUTS*. Piw copls.S Tea do..... 8 00 Twenty do IS 09 OC^CaSR. IKfilliILt ? iWiKK. OOK 5mjlf iirpiea (la wrapper*) can be procar*^ at the couner mmediately after die iaaae at tha paper. Prie^- Pa act I'nm. Porrn*rt*aa who act u afeota will be allowed a ConnuMion ? twen'y per ceat. IEIM niTISpiTS. FKOX THE HOUSE OF WM. H. M...

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. — 10 May 1854

J)ALLY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WT5DNU8DAY AFTE&N"0* MAY 10. T" Tkf " Hint'* Oflcr is lscsted I> dtrc^c, ?<?<-? ?<! door weal fimmm 19tfc> m>?r the j nari ion of f'ilh Street wad PeRaajIrBcIa jlrmif, mrmrtj ?pp*? site to the " Kirkwss?i Isle '* Irrisi Hotel." JOB PRINTING-. Th? proprWtoiP of the "EVINIS8 STAR" hsve, stenrttdsrsble expenm, onnnwM with their estab lishment s nest an-1 roan^inte Job Printing Office, which * 111 eoabie them to print, on the low ret terms, ia the beet t?le, ud the moet expeditious Btnneti LABELS^ BILL HEADS, CARDS. BLANKS, HANDBILLS, POSTERS, CIRCULARS, PAMPHLETS, Ac., Ac>, Ac* lb* new m?terials used at the Star Job Printing Office will enable vu to do Printing in a superior manner. The patrouagq of the public is ivupect fully so Uci)wl- may 5. SPIRIT 07 THE KOUTIHe PRES8. The Union contains a speech prepared by Mr. Latham, of California, and deliv er?d, pro for :a, yesterday, in the Hall of the House, upon what is known as...

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

DAILY EVENING STAR. L 01U INTELIilOBSCg. Rislry's Variktr ?Thie popular place of entertainment opened last ni*hf, wirh an ex cellent company, including Miss Kimberly, in herself a host, and was attended by a large audience Wo are rejnced to see oar old friend. Manager Risley once more back in M ashington for the city lacked very inn h amusement during his depar ure. The open ing piece selected for the occasion. last night, was the beautiful and popular play of ?' Ingo '< i\r." in which MissK mberly represented the pari of ?' Parthenia ' to admiration The per formances and acting of thi6 lady hare ?>een s? often made the subject of criticism, that it would be idle to dwell upon the topic. She was applauded throughout, and by her repre sentation of this character last night, is well ea'i:!ed to the name of ??The great American Star " She was well supported bv Mr IV heat leigh as '? Ingomar," and by the other per f >rmers. whom we are unable to pirticularize by nauie. 'Ihe fac...

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

DAILY EVENING STAB. TH3 AULD MAID'S LBTTEB, I"* TBE cchberlakd PIAUKCT. l> lass, r? wanun' thy advice; Let ne dui aw I can, I really now beg.n to think I*li never get a Ma*. Beatb thee and every lass I ken Hev sweetheats still anew ; "Some ten?I'd be content wi'yen E'en any body noo. Lane Bcfi jot Jemmv ?' Uie How, And Nanny, Wully Green ; But ne'er a* yen wall crow our duir,a I wonder what they mean. Jen Brown ha* winkin* Neddy Gill,] ?>ur >>elly, Johnny Slee: Kcate C.reame his liule Tommy Bell, But there's nea chap for me. 1 went to Matty's Many ne?t, In hopes to meet yen there. But had to toddle heaine mysel*? I'll ne'er get yen, I fear. O dear, I's weary o' my life, Still (!oubitn here alone,* There vas a tealor offered yeiK e? I wjsl he'd try agean?. Could tlion nit give the laird a hint What a guid weife I'd meek; Although he's rather up in years, Him I wad gladly teck. Thou k^ns I spnek a word for thee To farmer Allan's Kit; And yea guid turn, the saying is, Anota...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 May 1854

THE WBB?LT STAR Tfci*oc-lleiiI Ftlnny?n4iyr?> Jpgrbii oniair iuc * t'twtei ??/? ii,:rr.?im n ?4iaf th?? ran bt found lit ur oihcr -M THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (axcarr STNDAT,) Ai -.km Or {,(!) D rtrvt, mar 13U, nearly 9pf? ate Lke Irvine Hotel, g VALL ACH fc. HOPS. To j-jiailw cities of Wa*t'ington,Georio tovtn, A ?il.ta, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $.1 i? p?-r annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly tu<i AgtaU. To mail subscriber* the sub * ^ . price is THREE DOLLAR.- AND FIFTY i rves a yusu in iiAamc, TWO 1H)LLARP for SIX MONTHS, and OXE DOLLAR ior THREE KOXTIW. -^ixaLi cortKa o::x c*kt. Phu* r?ffcv?*.- 3 *0 r^m, ftr ?S t3K<'Airw. iffrfcRMttT tii man. > 19" 8inft# f??. wrappn) ran be prururty' at the counter inm?xii ?i? iy aftar (k< i??e of t> e pawt. Prtr - I ?kkc,xxwt*. Po <tm?*im ao: u ?gr>?ta will *><? allows a Oituiimmna ? tw<j|*y p>-f oe?t. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1854 WASHINGTON, D. ( iEI 111 MRS. /SOU THE HOUSE OF WM H. McIK>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 May 1854

PALLY EVENH>(i:,l\K WASHINGTON OITY: THURSDAY AFTKRX ?ON MAT H. IT* The " Star" Oflrr I. I seated ? Wlreei, mt?b4 d??r west frmm ))hfe, mrnr the JanctUi mf 19tk Street ud nnsTlraaim Areaar, aearly eppa. ?ite to ike ? Kirkwaa4 Hea?e,?> late 14 1 Betel." job FRnvTora. Thi proprletou of tbe UEV*MXQ STAR" have Meoatitert}. ?p??. waaw^, with fhrir ?UN l?an?eot a Beat and complete J?b Printing Office, "* ^ *?ible lb em to print, on the IvVrit term*. In tbe be?l ftyle, and tbe Boot tipvWlooi mne, LABELS, BILL BEADS, CARDS, BLANKS, HANDBILLS, POSTERS, CIRCULARS, PAMPHLETS, Ae.t Ac, Tbe new m< trials and at the Star Job Printing Offi<? ?fl'. enable as to do Printing In a superior id ao oar. Tbe patronage of the public la respectfully ao Trr*T~*- j~ may 6. Li, SPIRIT OF THE KOBJTDTO PRB8P. The Intelligencer contains an able and elaborate leader against the fclidell reso lutions, from which we extract sufficient to show its drift, as follows: "The reflations of Mr. Slidell have the...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. I # C UJSTUlim C 8. To-Night's Cosc*kt.?Let not our readers forget that to-night is M ? Cecilia Young's concert. Report has six.ken so highly of tLis lady's vucal abilities that it would be a shame not to patronize her first appearance in our city. At B tliimore, the mus<cal critics have hailed her as the American prima donna?a proud distiecti< n that we have no doubt the lady deserve?, and we are ovr??lves, wc honest ly confess, on the tip-toe of expectation, to bear her. It will be a rich musical treat, and is varied enouzh, as the most fastidious can see by examining the prog>amme The instru mental performers, who wili likewise pity some solos on the Ante and ebrioaet. are mu rcians of the highest grade; and if it was not for the general anxiety to hear and see the fair vocalist, ihe announcement of their appe tr ance alone would be sufficient to insure a crowded au lience. Together, the con-ert will be one of the most br liiant and select 'hat has ?r...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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