ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Daily Evening Star Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,229 items from Daily Evening Star, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,229 results
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 May 1854

JTAILY EVENING STAR. 1HE LEAD The deitl are everywhere ! Tli> iiX'M'iiain side. die pUii,?lie wood prcfaund: * wiitp rsnh?tb? fertile and the fair? J ? v~?t l>uri.il j^io'.n.d t VYiii.in the popuIuUi >Uee;s. in j' liiv.v home*, ii) placid In pleasure d"oi?*. where and luxury meet, Men bow* tfrejn??lves to die. 'i ;>e old man at lus door, f h>- ii r.veaned child tuiirinurins it worldles* sonj{; Tilt- bondmen and the free, the rich, the poor, AH?ail to death. !?elong! The ?aiii"m!;t ai!ds the walls O! kingly -ep i hr-* enwroujil with brae* : Vnd the lnr>e -!..?il?ivv of the cypress falls Aihwait :ho common grass. Th# living ot' c*ne time., ? ?iiiMvd their zlori >ua cities by the $#a ; And awful iu ih-*ir jreatiiess sat ?u Mime, As h no chan^c ci uld be. There was th? fUM)H?-nt toucan; Tlie po-t's :#*art. the >aee's soni was there: \nd loving women wait their children }oung, The faiilitul and the fau. There were, bflt I hey are not: .-'"in- rose and ??*t. and ea...

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. — 12 May 1854

THE EVENING- STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (hjckpt sukdat,) Jb f \e W-w OffUr, an D ttreft, rucer 12th, nearly oftyo rtfe ike lrvw[ Hotel, Br WALLACH a? HOPE. To gubacr.bTtiiithecitie^ of Washington,George town, Alexandria, Baltimore aud Philadelphia, a $ ) 12 \?r anrnini, pay*bie?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Areata. To mail subscribers the sub ?cnpiion prjoe !.? THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a W-ar in alrance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sinsl* GOFiS* on* c*jst. VOL- III. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1854 FROM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Xasfau Street, (corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. rnilE j' j?rlbT- h iving devote! their j?rsonal _| attention r years to th* manufacture of BTLLl A" D rABLEi. are fully competent to exe cute work that wi;< give eatir-- S4ti-i?ction to the m >*t ??.-tidl'ii? Cona'si-jr. Bcinr the lacnt exten sive manufacturers in tn? Uniia, they ar?i enabled to farai?h a su>-'-ijr table at 10 pr c?nt. less than ...

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. — 12 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: I ; fD.\Y ATTEliX -ON MAY 12 IT The " Ntar" Offlcr ia lornlrd 01 1> #?tr?r?-0n?l door trrm fr?lM 141 It, nrnr the ju?rliaii of I'itb Nirrft and Prnn.'Irsria Arrnur, nrnrir ?rpo aite to ih?> " KirhwMd Intr ** Irrius Hotel." JOB PRINTING. The proprietoii? of tte ' EVI5MSQ fcTAR" haTe, at .--on^eiatl^ cnnntcted with their eatab IjahCfBt * neat and ooitpl?t? Job Printing Office, ?hM? will eul,le them to print, on the luw?*t tenet. kii be ?tj le, md the mrpt njxHitiosi Btnot r, LABELS, BILL HEADS, CARDS, BLANKS, HANDBILLS, POSTERS, CIRCULARS, PAMPHLETS, *?*?? *???? Ac. Tie new morula uaed at the Etar Job Printing Ofict will enable iu to do Printing in a niperior Manner. The patronage of the public to respect full y ?o may5. SPIRIT 0? THE HORimiG PRESS ~ The IntJ'.gcncer, in announcing the state of things existing in the House Hall, speaks of the hour for the termination of the general debate on the Nebraska bill, named in Mr. Richardson's resolu...

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. — 12 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. L # C11 I N T B L11 C E S C E. Locomotive Manufactory -?The locomt) ixe manufactory of Messrs. Smith A Perkins, ?*. Alexandria, stands so high as a first claas i tctory. and is such a proud specimen ofsouth < m enterprise, that we are induced to give a fuli account of the building, taken from an Alexandria pater: ? T'.ie works cover 51,500 square feet of gr ' "I. fronting 177 feet on the Potomac river, there is an average depth of twenty l water.) and are connected with the O. and Alexandria Railroad by a turn out "lie principal machine shop is a three st r} building 130 by 35 feet. Oa the first f. a there are three tracks for setting up loco uotive engines. On the same tl oor is the too! sho* .ii which are three facing lathes, two of which .?re oapable of turning II feet, and the other 7 feet in diameter. Beside-? these three, there are five other powerful lathe?, five large drilling machines, one d uMo lathe for turn ing axie?. one large planer and boaiug ma...

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. — 12 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. IT WILL ALL BE BIGHT IN THE MOBNING. W lien the bounding beat of the hearl of love, And the springing step, grow slow ; W h>n the form of a cloud in the blue above Lie* .lark on the path below. Thr -oiig that he sing" is lost in a sigh. And he turn* wh?re a ?'tar is dawning. And he thinks, as it gladden* his heart and his eye; "It will all be right in the morning!" V\ hen "the strongman armed.''in the middle-watch, f rom life's dim deck u gazing, And <trive?, through the wreck of the tempest, to eatch A gleam of the day beam's blazing; Anml the %\ild storm, there hard by the helm, Hh h-c<ls not the dark occ.in yawning; Ff>r this -song in Ins ?oul not a sorrow can whelm : '??r wiil all be right in the morning!" *.v ,rn ti?< battle is done, the harp unstrun? I's nvi^ic trembling?dying; v h. ? hH WOM at* unwept, and Ins deeds unsung, in f!?*? grave in be lying, < icn a \oice shall charm, as it charmed before li lind wept or waited the dawning : T-'...

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. — 13 May 1854

THE EVENING- STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KXCKPT SUNT)AT,) 1* c Star Office, on D ttrcei, near 1 -2th, nearly oppo *Xe tKc Irvinz Holtl, Ri WALLACH k BOPI, To wilwrribprsinth^ci'wi of Washington, Gcorge t~-" Mexaadria, Bn!t?more and Philadelphia, a s< w per annum, pay'.We?SIX CENTS?week ly tr? the A5e*ts. To nail subscribers the sub fori^uon price i* TRUED DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a yr.ar i? nH.-an-e, TWO DOLLARS for ?1X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for TIIRLE MONTHS. Sinolx copies osc cent. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1854. NO. 429. Thi?eiceUaat Family aa4 Www) iag a nrraicr variety ?* inif?tif be fouad ia aay otber?in publMiwi oa raal> .pas capy^w aaa in !? ?n* PiTC OttfM* ? ?a aa a a a a ? ? ia? a ? ? 4 ? a ? ? a?a ? ? a ?? ? f a a ft ^ f'*B H** . ? ^ Oft do*. ? . .(i..?.....,1* 00 09-Cash, jut aeiablt m fty- Sni|rt? ??pfri (la aTnj>far> e-tn k promraf ?a Ute ooun>rr mroodiaidy after (be imik ot U>a paper. Trieo? Pa ui C?*t?. roiTiinmv who ail...

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. — 13 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITT: ? IMTURDAY AFTERNOON MAY 13 CW Thf " Nur" Oflcr h I?catr4 1> Mtfei, <m> wmi frmm 13th, ?rar Ikr jiacllM *f 19th RlrcM bb4 PriRajlTHia Arri?f, Hmrly lyyi. ?He !? the " KirkwtH l?tr ** IrriBC job FRnrnva. The proprietois of the "IVININft OTAJf here, ?t noBfUmbl* ?xp?DM, 6MMM with thstr Mt&b Job Printing OflKee, wbVb will enable them to print, on the lowest Urms. to fha be* style, and the nott expeditions ? LABELS, BILL HEADS, CARDS. BLANKS, "'WDBrLLS, POSTERS, CIRCULARS, PAMPHLETS, ^??1 he,) Ac* Tb? new materials and at the Star Job Printing 0?tt? will enable as to do Printing in a superior ?n?w. The patronage or the public Is respectfully so ?iM may 6. THE WEEKLY 8TAS. We have repeatedly spoken of the superiority of ear Weekly paper over most of the Weeklies of the day; all we now ask to convince our readers of that fact, is, to examine the Weekly Star for to-day. Its contents are varied, fresh and interesting. All the latest Washing ...

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. — 13 May 1854

L?CA1 INTELLIGENCE. ,0r A Do? -We arB ^out to re ado* ?h l, * ,he WuQderful ?agacity of fr m thx ? it were not well authenticated, i[?oftciutcr#n^t wc hai"f">? ^ the VaHete fh-'t ? th? proprietor of hardl^l' l , ?" ,h" ?il*' we w?uld naroiy have daemed it credible the l?r^ -??*? baeh' at the time that ti-?inli? h,el? wtw stUl ?1*?. before the ^'the?hartV ^ Mr KL'lcy,u8t- or ?hil!i w- ?.* who8C ram,; ? Pr>- a fine, far* a,nUn*1 of the Pur? Xewfound i^rd' St?,en trom h,m" Th* ?a.on for tK- M* vS?PP?*lV"n i? that Mr H?4Iey lost doz while at the barber's shop at the Na tional llotel. and from tbe natural sagacity of the h ima?. which is at ached in an ex:raordiDary manner to it6 m?stor. it was not likely to have Tran^ered away, or to have lost itself ah jut the cuy; wbil.-t tho inference that it rtas stolen, is rendered still more conclusive from the fact that some one had openly said in the same barber a shop that he would give any cne $50 who would steal the dog for him .on disc...

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. — 13 May 1854

DAILY EVEM3U STAR. m wxrr axd th* oswipt BT M*?. 8IROm??T. Wpep for the ?nntt?n btnl thai fall Untimely iruo its stem, And ne'er in fond aC coon's eyes Muu giait? iui flowing gem, Nor in iu fragrant bosom know , The joy that noontide suna bestow : Weep for the reprobate, who Meals i/i-hnniifd to ihe dust, Life's highest purpose unachieved, And mocked its holiest trust": Yea?w ??p for him who stained the scroll, And scorned the Giver of hi* soul: fttrt a? for him. whose mortal span Complete* its perfect round ; His ofts well-used,?his length of days With everr virtue crowned ; No tear* for him.?he gaina the bits* Of more exalteU spueres than thin. The statesman, who his country's cane** Marred not with selfish aim ; But ere' to her hour of need, Willi patriot ardour cam" ; Write his pure deeds, for future years, In glory, all undimmed by tears. No tears,?save what the heart of love O'er its ow n loss must weep ; Yield ye his fame to History's hand For iin born time to keep ; Lift hig...

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. — 15 May 1854

To rahaeribsrvn the cities of Washinftoa.Georfa town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 14 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Ajje?.:. To mail subsr libera the rab rcriptioa price is TUEEE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in oJ gno, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, arid ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Snrota corrn arx c?jrr. (?xarr WJITDAT,) M tMm Star Of-ce, m D tfrref, Mtr lltt, Mariyaff* mt* tkt Ir>w| Haiti, It WALLACH k HOPE VOL. in. WASHINGTON, D. C the eomu er maaedtetrty ate <M Mm at %) a pajwr. Prie? rain Cum. Po 'T?inaau ana art uifnutll be afiowa* a :<Miau?M ? twr.B-.jr pnr cut. MONDAY, MAY 15. 1854. - . _ _1 ? -- ?? NO. 430. PB3P0J&L3 FOB JTAVAu SUPPLIES, TIM BER, LUMBER, &c. NAVY DEPARTMENT, ) Bi sk*c or Cowst*cctiow, fcc.. > Washington, May 11, 1K4. J SBAMTI) PROPiMAl.M lo furnish naval ^rp plus for the li-Kral year ending 3"?h June. 1S55, (endorsed prop for u.uc>i >1 of limber, luttih*. and BiiiccUaiitoiH, a< the cmc naji l>e uami...

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. — 15 May 1854

o^ILY EVENINGSTAR. WA31IISQT.PN CITY: W?VPn*Y '-FTERN<<>* ......WAT-M rF Tkf fttar" ?flier i- !?<??*t?-?1 on ?> 9ir??t, arftiid d*?r west fr?op I'itfc, ?"r ihf of I9ib Wlree' '* uit?rIvMitfiH A+**wr, urmrty ??*? *"r t? the " liihww* ???K," l?te " mia? Hatel." ??? " 1 ' JOB PRINTING-. Ir# prr[Hetoii cf tL* ''EVENING STAB." have, "miHBeiaftle iprnw, ecnnectefl irlttt their eetsb iishKPBt * nukt unyli ti - ? ? - Job Printing Office, ?k h will enable th<?m to print, on tbe low?* terme, ?*1 V' beat rtyle? aid the Kiet expetttiooa manner, i.AilELS, BILL HEADS, taKDS, BLANKS, ftAXDBlLLS, ... POSTERS, ' CIRCULARS, PAMPHLETS, Ac?f Ac?? Ac* Tie rew material used at tbe Star Job Printing 4pet *-?'V enable u.? to do Printing in a superior The p.itrcna*re of the pub lie is reepedt fully eo ljcited. *?? may 5. r~o-day we are forced to leave out tr-of our regular advertisements, .* ia which we ask to be indulged, i- kv.'l give all advertisements that # car in our paper the number...

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 May 1854

DAILY EVENTNfl STAR. L 0 C AL fNT ELLIGEMCE. has ien'a grJSd* Assf 7*A8 v.-This has thajjandar SchilLi * **? celebration of School anniversary; and such a of so man? wel/lfr"1?1 h" tb? aPPear???* -"VS'SSir n?&. ft, fr ? "Sis' iB:x8b^ ?"* ^ssjn; future fruit T??g TbeJ ar? typical of wjs Lafavctte k aPP'jmted place ot' tnuster o^Sjck ^hif?Uart; iind short^ after ?e e Vi? ?iu 'ldr#n haJ to assemble, ft ordln.rv i^ "Pre^ince to the place than ?i ie a.fwi^ thron?ed the ixclosnre. out. ine r\tUm^n' wa,t1Dg hour of departure* tra! 4-iS? W*3 1 suite<l* sufficiently cen the nr?' uBWof the Cbief Magirrato of !? ' oald nnt bat ,0?k wi'h !l pa fXe-uP?n s0 charming a spectacle of y<-uth and T.inix!enee. colIe-Ved almost 'neath he ahade of the Executive imnsion. the future promise of the nation's weal. Tho line war ? :sns.vtf!B,jr .? rdTk' *? - oVlMk. but U ?? ,.lme ,ilne ^*?2 Ecf.r" l Ar^?UThy^n to,move Tbis was likr. Z t. .uri, . Tbere "always considerable dif r !' J ? br,Dgmg childre...

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 May 1854

DATL^rwSOTNO STAR EAL7ir?:ig?nroin>noB. ? 15 ffiiyaro**, M.y H?10 p. * Evftiimifliiiil yaimore, accompanied by th? H?n. J. P. Kennedy, arrived here in tl.eSlcMier Kllrth Carolina this morning firm NoilMfc.' He is the guest of Mr. Kennedy. I learn that the committee of anangements have appointed to-mer row at twelve o'clock to receive their <*:&tioguit>hed guest in the rotundo of the Matfchsmte' Exchange. He will there re vive and interchange congratulations ^ Ith his friends. Mr. Kennedy may probably not be present, as his wife is very in. A very large concourse of per sons will no doubt assemble on the occa sion. The current of events seems to be run ning strongly towards placing Mr. Fill more in the field as a candidate for the Presidency in 1856. There is, perhaps, no man in our country, at present, who possesses more friends. Even political n vm^nts respect him highly, and if a man differing from them in politics should, in the nature of things, be elevated 1o the P...

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. — 16 May 1854

WEEKLY ST, rfefceioNUat Faiafly an* N< i>4 ? wn?? of toimr.ni rcubafSiu mm l-* l >uud ? u> ?*!??*? ? p?t;M|?e4 mi Aatar *?>. MMPk MU?t? copy, (** uwm ft ?e .? TO CLC?a. Five<*op1?* S M I'D do?,? ?????????????????????????????? 9 ?0 d OCT-Oaoh. ii) ikrmr t. (K^> .?in*U copie* wiappatm) ni to fmrirac at the com er maixliatei) aftar (to Inv< <x u * pa - r. Prtr*~ i s tit Owrr*. Fo TKtmti who act u tfmtt wUi fer ?j.ow? * llfth 04 nor aau! IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (xtcmtt sukdat,) * *' a,i' ^2^*- on X) rti ed, war 12<A, nearly jyyo ??*? U? Irving Hotel, BT WALLACH 3t HOPS. To ?itecrit>er*ia the cities of Waahinfton.Georjse town, Alexaauiia, Baltimore aid Philadelphia, a $3 18 per annum, payaY.e? 8IX CENTS?week ly t"> the Ajteiu. To mail aub*cribeni the aub ?onption price u THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in adoance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sr*oi.* conas ox* c*ht. vol. in. washington, d. c., tuesday, may 16....

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. — 16 May 1854

ttteM **am DAfLY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TFEi">AY AFTER MAV 16. -*? Thf ?' Xiar" finti r i* Urnlrrf 1 KUfrl, ?rt?nd door nr?| r-oui fill:, *c?r !???? junciipu ?f |?ifa Mirrrt and I* nnin A ti oiir, rrartjr oppo> rile ?? lh?- "KirLuood lair " Irrinc l!o(rl.? JOB PRINTING-" Th* rrorTWo??rfthe ' IMMSG ^TAH" have, at ncn'i Jortlle esj^Tvr cort.eted with th?dr wtab> a ti*~* nn ? rrmyi*te Job Printing Office, wh Ph will anahl.- . *-nj to print, on iho Jowvst wrma. in !h<? bwt rtT??, ;iid tbp ioo?t ?Tp?!-)i;ioca Binnn*! LAPELS, BILL BEADS, CARD?. BLANKS, HASDP.rLLS, POSTERS, CILCl'LARS, PAMPHLETS, A c*? *? i Ac. T^p D*W rnit+riiU nsrd at tb? Sf/rr Job Printing C&cc *03 u? to do Prlntiac; In a superior ?a near. The pitrrn*?* of ih? pnMie Is rt*pertfnUy so Hoifr-d. may 5. 6PIRIT OF THE M0R5I5G PRE88. The Intelligencer compiles statements from Democratic journals, to show that the charge of a purpose of Africanizing Cuba will not hold against Spain, and also to show tha...

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. — 16 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. 10CAL IMTELUCEJIC*. Cop!*ciL Proceedings ?Board ?f Ald-r ve^^er^ay business was transacted A communication from the Mayor, enclosing " ?f. a 'etter from the Commissioner of Fnblie Building* to the Secretary of tho Inte rior, in relation to a proposed change in the grade of Maryland Avenue, between 11th and 14th street w:h the reply of the Hon. R Mc Clelland thereto. Referred to the Committee on Improvements. The following acts were reported from the (-??m nittee on Improvements and Police and parsed : An set in relation to numbering Omnibo^es. . An art authorizing the paving of the alley in square 424. ,*^n s*5' authorizing the grading and paving of the hlley in sifiare 461. A petition of Washington Ad ami and lUi others, asking an appropriation to rebuild the Northern Liberties' Engine House in the neighborhood of its late location, was referred to the Committee oa fire Department. . The petition of Jrsh Sopcr. a native of Vir ginia who lined by -a Police Magist...

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. — 16 May 1854

y sTrrrmn* tno* page.] p^ Zi&} le persons he may name, w>r . . ierr; c*mc^ntmg his character. Ah' rc con.es Mr. i>ritton himself. If VOu w>uI4 r it her, I v.'i!! speak to him mv >dL J >A. said Mr. Bell, who shrank i Mi "agreeable duty. tfritton entered polite and smiling Hei, received him cordially: the st*r wm reserved and serious. 3?itli possible delicacy, and care f illy shnpinc his phrases, so as not to Mr. Wortley addressed Mr. Brr ton < n the frnhject he had opened to Mr. f>U. coB&idearttion. ; - o I understand you ?" asked Mr. f>i.4.<.,n. visibly changing countenance. .l?u <^es^re reference for my character ? *h certainly?a mere form." he added, carelessly. " I wonder I never thought r the thing before." Mr. Britton took from his pocket a ?"art*, on which he wrote several names. This he appeared about to give Mr. Bell, v i seemm? to change his mind, he fr<>? ucd another card, on which he wrote in the same manner, murmuring: '?I thin...

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. — 17 May 1854

VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D. C. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17. 1854. ?r. -*1 , a " ? -y utrfgp i1 -t -r , - ? "i NO. 432. THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, ^ (.BXCTPT SUNDAY,) IK ?** ***' on D strtmt, near IVA, nearly oppo ? w<U( Jrruit Hotel, (Bt WALL ACU At ROPB. T* "ubscxibersintl'ecitiea n( Washington,George town, Yit.iaadria, Baltimore aa;' Philadelphia, a ?.! per aa&um, i*/2.Ue?SIX CUNTS?week ly t'? tiw Ae?mw. To mail subscriber*, the sub pcription price is TlfREE DOLLARS AND PIFTY CENTS a year in adtat**, TWO DOLLARS for rMX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sixot.k con*3 o*i cent. I ira m MmiiffllrT" FSOM TEE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Na*?ni Street, corner of Ann.) IRON RAILING WORKS. IP'>N RAIUNO, ev-?ry variety, of Wrought and C iT '-a, atd the celebrated Wire Railing. W'iekersham's Patented Wire tfence. Fjr Prairies Rai:roa?ls, Farau Lawns, Gardens, Ac, %i per roi. IkON BKDSTEAD3?IRON FURNITURE. The ? -rood witmn of "New Phase ot the Iron MtO'ifectare." ...

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. — 17 May 1854

TmTLTIVlNING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY;. WEOSfcSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 17. C The " dt?r" OScf h I?c?tr4 9 Slrcci, *ecra4 d??r wnl fni 19tk. ?far the jiMliw *f 19th Street FmiTlruia Arrnme, Rfurfy ?iic t* the " HirkwM^ Heave,M "Irvliif job FRnrrnra. ? "Hj- proprietois of tk? "fcVRHINO 8IA1" hm, ?tNvMmbk expense. wncttdl with tMr estab Mabc-nt a nest and enrpleto - Job Printing OtBce, whtefc -*illoaeble tbna to print, on the lowest tm tm the hoei rtyU, and the Bout erpedJrtons I LABELS, x BILL HEADS. CARDS, BLANKS, HANDBILLS, POSTERS. CIRCULARS, PAMPHLET8, Ac., *e., Ac* The Df? used at the Slar Job Printing ?fl! enable u? to do Printing In a superior ?tanner. Tbe pjaronage of the public is respectfully so 'leited. may 8. 8FLh.IT OF THE HORSING PRESS The Intelligencer contains a Paris let ter on European affaire, and a very char acteristic one from Col. Benton, cencern ing Fremont's railroad route, which all the world but him who won't see, (and is therefore the blindest of the blind,) the Tftt...

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. — 17 May 1854

JMILY EVENING star L ?c * l TiiTBirrfcrirc k . ^^rDraJcidr'thrYrrirf? %"?****'' SUr cotaDarv W? J, "rival of this splendid in*< EatIw ? tV Proceo<1 10 "port its do to the C">r i? morDinS ,he7 proceeded sS? ' ?^ th*y ??P"wed themselves highly ? 'keir departure for the Navy bvthe ^ D!:th8re th?y were received Iv ? ? With tha most friend ' "d ?n Which <"?**<>* "overal ?wa-j th* f . *6? S?ne through. Among others fii?rh->r<r ?- R ?^na'l cannon, which was rra*t?i ? fiyc times in nineteen seconds. and created astonishment in the minds of all pre* ' *?viog reraiined there about an hour, Vjff "*oxn?d to their quarters, the Empire '? .At two o'clock the following military Tympanies escorted them to Mount Vernon: presidents Mcunted Guard, National Greys Juight.Infantry, German lagers, Montgomery wards. Boone Rifles. Continentals, and Na tional (.wards. The line being formed they marched to the steamboat wharf, and em barked on board the Thomas Cotlyer. Captain ait thi*...

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