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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 May 1854

the moss rose. fhe New TIampsbirc Reporter translates frrm the Herman of Krummaeher, the follow ing pretty bit of fan<*y : "The Angel who waits upon the" Flowers, and drops the gentle dew upon them in the still hours of night, slum bered. one Spring-day, in the shade of a kohe bnsh At length, he awoke, and, with a friend ly smile upon his fate, said : "?f,?y children, i thank thee fbr thy refreshing fra grance and cooling shade. Whatever favor at my hands thoo mayst entreat, I mil most freely bestow " Then the Spirit of the Rose bush besought him, saying: "Adorn me with Some new charm " Then did the Flower Angel adorn the mort beautiful of flowers with -iiijple Moss Lovely in her modest ornament, st.onds she there?the Moss Rose?the loveliest of her kind." It brings to mind some verses to the same end. which we have seen some where, and which we quote from memory : ORIGIN OF THE MOSS ROSE The Ansel of the flowers one d*> Heneath a Rose tree sleepine lay: That Angel to wh.>??...

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. — 30 May 1854

the EVEzrnro star 18 PUBLISHED BVKRY AFTKR1TO0H, (8XC1SPT SU1*>AT,) J? tkt Oflct, <r\ D ttrtei, nrw l'Jrt, Marly offo alt tJu Irving HoUi, B r WALL ACH & HOPE To iCb?CPtv*r?:nUiecities of Washington, George gtwrt. Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a f) U r? annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Age ata. To mail subscribers the sub scriplionpriee u THREE DOLLAR AND FIPTY CENTS a year in adommce, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE HONTHS. S4Mu cam* bus cairr. PROPOSALS FOB VAVAL SUPPLIES. TIM BEB. LUMBEB. Ac. NAVY DEPARTMliNT, i BrfcKAC or CnssraccTion, fcc., > Washington, .May 11, 1654. ) SEALED PROPOSALS to furnish naval nip oliv? for thf fiscal yrar ending 30th June* 1355, (eiitu>rsed proposals for maleiuls of timber, :.?< Lais, and miscellaneous a5 the ease may be nnining the U ivy-yard and r!n?? fl>r whi<*h theofferi= intended,) will be received by this bureau t? 3 o'clock, p. m., of th ? 20Ui day of Ju?e next, to be delivered un...

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. — 30 May 1854

m fiAlLY EVENINeSTAJR. WASHINGTON 01TT: I tVuSOAY AfTEKXOOX MAV 30. rr Thr " Nl?r" Ofllce i? located on T? *trc?-?. ?cc?ii4 door weal from I'Jlki ?*r tkc jandiou mf l'ilk Mtnet nmd Frn*?7lrnnin Arennr, nenrly ?PP* ? itr I* Ike " KirkwMd *?#???," Ulf "Ininf Hotel." JOB F&1HT150. All kinds of Job Printing neatly exe cuted at this office, at low rates. SPEECHES PRINTED. Members of Congress and others can have their speeches printed in tha best maimer at the office of the " Evening iliar,1' at short notice and on reasonable terms. SPIRIT or THE KOBirara PRESS. The Intellisenrer, of this morning, is barren, as far as editorial matter is con cerned. Its reading columns are wholly filled with correspondence and news items. Tne Liucm, of to-day, is a well filled paper. The able manner in which that paper is now conducted is a common subject of remark. Its leader this morn ing on " Fidelity to the constitution, the Lest devotion to the Union," is bold and to the point. Its allusions to S...

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. — 30 May 1854

4 daily evening star. To C A L IS T K I, L I t E M t E. * Up** Air Mesti.vg.?Last night, in pur* ? juance to an aivertisement whioh appeared in the city papers, signed John C. Iiarkness. en open air meeting was held in front of the City j Hall, ostensibly for the purpose of considering the expediency of equal laws, and the right of assembling, a* well as of discussing the merits of the several candidates for the Mayoralty; but in reality of giving the above named ind'i vidual an opportunity to deliver a tirade against the present Mayor. The meeting was advertised for half-past seven, but there was, in fact, no organized meeting, and although a cjnsiderable number of people had assembled at the hour indicated, no on# appeared until aali-past eight, when Mr John 0. Harknesa l?dU?ewayto the main flight of steps, and stationed himself under the colonnade, the crmrd following in the rear, and very comfort ably setting themselves on the steps, at least all that could find places, when Mr....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 30 May 1854

DAILY evening stab. "" BALTIMORE CORUBSPOHDEHC1. BALTinor*. May 29?10 r. *? Our City Commissioners have just concluded their report upon the assess ment. and state that a city tax of one dollar and three quarters of a cent on tne hundred as a city tax, and fifteen cents on the hundred dollars for the State, will be sufficient to meet all demands. This is much less than previously estimated. Onr tax if, therefore, less burthensome tluin was apprehended it wonld be. Un der the impression some months ago that The city and State tax conjointly would r. aeh about 52.35 on the 5100, landlord* had began to raise their rents forthepur ]>ose of grinding the extra expense out of poor tenants. Whether they will now relent, and make a deduction, requires be tested. Either the compensation tor labor must be advanced, the price of the necessaries of life be reduced, or poor people must greatly suffer. Harder and more unpropitious times have never been known with those of ordinary circumstances...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 May 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED BVETHY AFTERNOON, (HICBPT SUTOAT.) Jt Iks on D itrtH, tiear 12tA, Marly oppo mlt the trnnf Hrtel, Br WALLACU &HOPI. To ?nSseift>?ni* Uieeitiea of Vv'ashincon, George iow n, Alci.isdna, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a |;l per a.-imn, PfX CENTS ?we#k ly u> the Ag? ats. To maH subscribers the sub sc.ipcion price w THREE DOLLAKr- AND FIFTY i.TTiT? a year fa chance, TSVO DOLLARS for SjX MONTHS, aau one W>LLAR w?r THREE MOimiH. rwm out ri*T. in m iirawwns. from the house of wm. h. Mcdonald, 102 Nassau Street, (corner of Ann.) W II E E L E R A W I L S O N , V 4 XTFAI T>* TRI\G COVFAXTS IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES. Mann factu.rvl a/ It ilrii fh*n , Office and Warenx on at "43 Brujl*ay, X. Y. TiUKH !?- Machine* hare been in succe f'ol orcr* tion, in ?b<* hands c>f?ja-ufacturers aul fami 11.-4 for tha past two y%y, aud in every c.ue have givn universal satisfaction The proprietors are now prepared to offer then to th- public, with that iacrea.Ms....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 May 1854

DAU^Y EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON CTTT: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MAY 31 |y The " War" Office la I?c8tfd ou D gireci, second do?r weal front prar the junction of 19lh Street aid PcMfjlTaiia Areaae, aearlT ????* ?Ite to the " Kirk wood Htne," late "Irving Hotel." JOB PKIHTIJro. All kind# of Job Printing neatly exe cuted at this office, at low rates. SPEECHES PBUfTED Members of Congress and others can have their speeches printed in the best manner at the office of the " Evening Star," at short notice and on reasonable verms. SPUtrr OF THE MOHSTHG PRESS. The Inteliiecncer, of to-day, has no edi torial. It is filled with communications, extracts from exchanges, and news items. Among its communications, we notice several on the subject of "Know Nothing ism," discussing both sides of the ques tion. One of the writers, who favors the Know Nothings, says: ' But the most formidable objection to Mr. Towers is that he is said to belong to a secret society. Of rhis I am unaware, bat assume it he true We...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. local muuiumicK. FLOUCCtTt& al Show.?The exhibition of the Society, as mentioned in yesterday's Stir, is now open and will be continued daring to day and to-morrow, until 10 o'elock in Che evening. We gave an account of the principal contributions yesterday, but we notice since then that other articles have been placed on exhibitioa Among these is a beautiful de sign of flowers, by Mrs Alice R Yarden, lt eiosed in one of Ward 8 hermetically sealed glass cues, which latter are usad for trans porting plants from one country to another, so that the flowers enclosed will retain their fr?bne** for a long period of time. Mr. T Blagden is a contributor of some beautiful vases of flowers, and of a magnificent sample of beets. Some astonishingly large rhubarb, grown from imported seed, is contributed by Mr J Sinter, ofYa Mr John Thos Thorn ton contributes some handsome bouquets.? There is every convenience for visitors, and refreshments can be bad. consisting of ice c...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 May 1854

daily evening star ALEXANDRIA CORRESPONDENCE. Alkxasdp.ia. Maj- 31,1S54. hn n it CmmpcJ?Butui of Hr^iurs Pic Aic?i tiy L'uui.cu Proceedings?Young Men s Ckrislwn Association?Circus. On Monday evening, Kemmerer delight ed another audience atSarepta Hall with ius Juvenile concert. The hall wasdensely rriied. and the music excellent. During the dny, the members of Mount Wilson I5a;?d, i. O. I. B., with a large uuuil x of their friends, spent a very pleasant time at Arlington .Springs. The srreattr portion of the company tripped it nn the "? light fantastic too" "to the in piiing music of Espata's band, whilst no vmrxll portion found ample amusement in the verdant groves which .surround that pleasant resort. The company re lumed at a seasonable hour, highly de lighted with their trip. On Monday evening, the Common Council met pursuant to adjournment. The resignation of Mr. T. M. White was refused. The revenue bill coming up for consideration, Mr. Reid moved to amend so tiiat taxes should...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 June 1854

THE EVEITHrO STAR ib PUBLISHED EVERY AFTKRNOOR, (IICBPT aUlOAT,) Jt ikm Sfc*? CflUt, on P street, near 12?A, nearly oppo tilt the frvinf Hotel, St WALLACH Si HOPI. To subscribers lathe ciues of VYasrujigton, George town. Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a fj it per annum, pcyable? SIX CENTS?week ly to the Ages is. To mail subscribers the sub Kription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CE>TA-a yeaf in advance, TWO DOLLARS foi SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Small copies our ciirr. Ill Wl JTOMITS. from ihe house of wm. h. Mcdonald, 102 Hassan Street, corner of Ann.) WHEELER & WILSON, MA.VUIA<~Tl RISG ' n.Vr i.M S IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES. Manufacture! at ir vrf km, i:?m, Offloe and H ari'tuci#0 *' BroulAaj. S. Y. Til Machines have been in >>ucce sfui opera ti>n. in the banJs of i w<!u:'setu?rii and fern* liei for the past two years, and in evsry ca*e have -q universal eati-d-iotion : he proprietors are now prepared to offer then to the public, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 June 1854

I- ? 1 I ???. DAILY EVENING STAR. lf.tSUIMRTON CITY: TWBSMAV APTt;KN<?ON JUNE 1 f? The " flnr" Offlcr i* l*cRlrd if Mtrert, <rcond doer weal from t'2ibj nrnr ihr jaarlici *f I'ilh Mircet *?d !*?? uni;Unnin Avrnar, ?f?rlr litr t?? the " Kirk wood l?lf "Irving Hold.*' JOB PRINTING. Ail kinds of Job Printing neatly exe cuted at this office, at low rates. SPEECHES PRINTED Members of Congress and others can have their speeches printed in the best manner at the office of the " Evening Star,'" at short notice and on reasonable verms. - ? -???? * SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Union notices, at length, the 4* Hard" excuse for opposition to demo cratic principles, and handles, without gloves, the "five distinguished gentlemen" irom New York. . In the course of its leading article, warmly commending the anti-fillibustering proclamation of the President, it says : ?? Our present relation? with Spain, growing 'ut of existing and long-oontinued troubles 1 f ween her authorities in Cuba, ...

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. — 1 June 1854

daily evening star. tocn IXTEI, LIGEilCB. Th* Rioht ?r ScrmAThe question of the right of sutlrage in our municipal elections decided by their honors Judge Morsell and Dunlop. in the circuit court, yesterday ] he arguments made in the case were able I harlM S. Wallach and Richard S Coxe represented the right of all cittxens to T>te snd James M Carlisle and Joseph II E;?dley. Esqs , representing the corporation, ontended that none were entitled to vote but those who were registered. Thu case tu brought before the court by Mr ^ allach, who is a tax payer. has always roiled in the city, and has been a legal voter fir many years, but whose name has not beea registered by the assessors. judge JJunlop thought that Mr. Wallach had committed no default He had for years been a regular tax payer and roter in the Fourth Ward, and had a right to presume he was continued a* such. It aid n.'t appear that Congress intended to deprive a citizen of the right to vote whe had committed no default. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 June 1854

iJAILT EVENED STAR. THE POOR MAJT3 MAY. W e have hid repeated occasion to extract e.me beau'iful f>a-?g?* trora who are r w TB?.viP2 in tbo t.umb'e^t wa'b of life ? ??(' John aod JL*ry launder* are worthy ?>t 05| ecial rote, for th: extreme ?weetnes# af>d fimpG-ity of their productions. They do r.ot aiui at lofty subject.-:?their poema are nat ural. ;;nd because natural, they are pleasing. s?. r Ma> ! they tell me tliou aft come : Thfrit art ni>f rnrr.r t<i mr: I <"?nn<>t -pare a ?injs!<? ie>ur, . Sweet Mar! irt Wt H-onie lh? e. ii <d know* bow ?>..rd I've w-wVd tbid week, t To cwn :uy eht'dreR hr^-a i; Ai..I we have sa empty bawd,? My children are unfed. W.'l ;ri titrsij aiiil the s*!!!**, sweet May. My <?! i!dbond t>md so we'd. Win i* humming like a happy br;>, Miii* ?onie primrose Hell. I thowaft. n ? what a lovely world i - tin*, dear Cinl ha-i given. And wonder**] any on* .-hould seek For any < th>-r liravcu! The hawthorn bu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 June 1854

u v xui ui \ir o x on Ifl PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, [novr smvur,) M tk* Star Oflcc, on D itreet, near 12tA, nsovfy OffO **tm tk< frrznf Haiti, Br WALLACH k HOPE. To subscribers in the cities of Washington, George iowa, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a |3 i* per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ty w the Areata. To mail subscribers the sob fcnpuon price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY (.?KNTS a year in adx??, TWO DOLLARS for MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE (ONTH8. Pimu ronas o*? cikt. ? m ABTBITBEMEITS. JUlH lUUU FROM THEHOUSB OF W*. H. McDONALD. | 108 Iuhq Streat, (corner of Ann.) IXW INVENTION AND IMPROVEMENTS. INSTRUMENTS for the prevention and care of Con-4.1 pat ion. Piles, Diarrhea. and all female diseases, as White*, Prolap-u-, Ac. All thene affmo tions m?v lw pr-vented or radically cured without farther e'xpen-e by the u-e of cither of the fallowing ln?jfuiwDy. acco.ain# to th. accompanying dine ?ifw?: 1. DR. Nicfiow Vii> Ptjxf Fthixgs for self im jertiw*. the only me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. ASUINdTOS CITY: ntir??v * ft*:rv?>> jrxE 2 tV The ** M|ar'? Oder is IkrIwI M I> Birrvi, trcaad door wni from* f9tl, nrnr Iw jnntiitn ?*f I'ilh Sfrtfl ai PriMflrania A Ten or, nenrtf ? itr to the " Kirk?M<i Htnie," late Irtiou Hotel." ? I JOB PRINTING. All kinds of Job Printing neatly exe cuted at this office, at low rates. SPEECHES PF.IITTED Members of Congress and others can tave their speeches printed in the best manner at the office of the " Evening j Star,' at short notice and on reasonable terms. flFTRIT OF THE MOBTOTO PBE8S. He Union is well filled with well written articles on a great variety of subjects. The "two sick men," Cuba and Turkey are admirably treated. " The Boston Mob and the Nebraska Bill" contain* much f<x?d for serious thought. The Union notices, somewhat at length, the Indiana Democratic State Convention, and publishes the resolutions warmly endorsing the Nebraska bill, which w ere adopted in Convention by a vote cf 421 to 13...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. torn m^umEncB. Tbk CorxciLS.?The main business' trai* aeted yesterday hy the two Boards, was npon ths bill for regulating the tax for the current y#ar. The b 11 waa taken up first in the Board of Common Council as reported by Mr Doug las from the Committee on Ways and Mean* The rate of tax being left blank. Mr Miller prq>osed to fill it up with 75 CWtS. Mr. Wan nail proposed 50 cents Mr Pepper proposed 60 cents. Mr Popper said that if the rate was put at 75 cents it would in reality form the increased assessment over SI, 90 that in fact eve a if the rate was the same, the increased assessment makes that rate greater, 5u per cent being ad ded in some instances to the assessment. and even 100 per cent in others If reduced to 6tf cents It would be equal to 75 cent* by the in creased assessment He compared the assess ment of "Washington with other cities, the lat ter were never assessed for real esTate at more than tw>-thirds of its value, while in this city it...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 June 1854

daily evening star. growing old together You have promised that through hie \V? ?ha!! i ?un?cv heart united, iiu>bnnd Hunt, and taiUiful wife. An:! I tm-t ? v?m thus plielited. Ilaiiu in h?n?l, an?l side by ^ide, ,lh.r Through life's Mornn and ininnj * ??? r? \V?- will our one fortune bide. And at last grow old together. WhM if Time* nn^pann* , ? ?.mr p4e!war^? has bereft us Lt, mt not '?> ?iu"?unu? L?se the many t*at are left us. What though youth and bloom depart. Switt as birds <* lightest feather? Whv repute with feeble heart, Shall we not grow ohl together Few. indeed, hare been our years. Yet enouah our hearts to bind, lore; And to show ho* many tears In Life's brightest cup we rind, love! Since ui our J'liteti youth. ^y,, tw0 4><irle<i on the heather, n.-arp-t' ?is sueef in iruih. That w>,Siau'<1 row old together. ALEx.*DKIA correspondence. Alexandria, June 2, 18M. _// iOtf l~ii"?Boy Drowned?Conct't? liivrr Trade, Arc. T*- small note law went into oper...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 June 1854

THE EVENING STAR FLUSHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (HXCHPT SIT 1?)AT,) Jt :u iter on D itrtei, near 1^*A, n*ta ly ej-yo ttit fit bring Hotel, Br WALL ACH k. HOPS. To mUtiitiriiHiheciu<*? of Washington, George town, Alex&adna, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 19 per annum, puyablc?SIX CENTS-week ly Pi the A?pb'.3. To tn*il subscribers the tub i<-- jsiprice is Tlf^EE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS * y w m advance, TWO DOLLARS for Ul\ M??'Tl!S, *n?i ONE DOLLAR for THREE SIOST'.ift. Sinsm ficpias o.vi c*xt. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1854. NO. 447. m Tkiitreelieol FaiaUy a?d * tB? a |Mur variety of be fousd ta Uf other -i? p?Nnha< m Biafie copy, per aaaum #1 M 90 CkZBM, rweopiM s a* Tea do. too Tweaiy do... . 11 ?! 99-CaIB. Wf4.E14.BLT M 4BV4BCB. 0&~ Single loptee (ta wrapper*) eaa be procure at the counter, immediately after the laeue oI the paper. Prie*? Taxii Can*. Porra?ri rn who act u afeatt wBJ be aDowai a commission * twrmy per cent; Kf wiiraraiHiTs. ?JOX THE HO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 June 1854

_J '-1 ??Ll DAILY EVENING STAR. WASQINtiTON PITY: 5ATrBDAY AFTBRN<K?i JUNE 3. tF Thf " Utar" Ofllor is located 1) Street, second door west from 1'itk, rrar the junction of l'Jife Street and I'enoaylraola Aresae, aearlj oppo ? ite to f be " Kirk wood Hoa?e,?? late "Irving Hotel." JOB P BINT III 0. Ail iuodi oi JuVi riiuiiug unit r eu* cuted at this office, at low rates. SPEECHES PBUTTED Members of Congress and others can have their speeches printed in the best ir.anner at the office of the " Evening Star," at short notice and on reasonable Urmr ___ THE WEEKLY STAB. We should like to speak of this week's issue of the Star as it should be spoken of; but 44 of their own merits modest flr.en are dumb. ' If any one is desirous of having a hfe picture?painted with graphic, glowing words?of the sayings ard doings in the great capital of this great Republic, he should without further delay subscribe for ,4 The Weekly Star." It is printed on fine white paper, with clear type, and in point ...

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

DAILY EVENING STAR. IIH'IL ISTBLLIUESCB. Sactath School ExcmsioN.?Yesterday ?u kept >' a holiday by the children belong ing to the Sunday Schools of the F street Prcs by tenac church, (Dr. Ouray's,) of ihe Rev. Mr. Henry's church, on the Iatand. and those of the Sunday School belonging to the fame religious denomination, on Capital 11111. The Jay was devoted to an excursion to the White House. and the appointed hour of departjre, H a m , but owing tj some mismanagement on the part of the proprietors of the steamboat which had been hired for the occasion, the George Washington, it was ten o'clock before the company were enabled to leave This delay, although it was irksome to tlie large numbers of pet-pie collected on the wharf, who were awaiting impatiently the arrival of the boat, bad at least one advantage, that it al lowed full time for all the guests to assemble, so that, which is not always the case on such occasions, oniy one ww let? behind, arriving just in time to be a lit...

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