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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. ?.? .. . ? ? DEATH An.-'', rrttn treiHe?t m tire track of T inc! (,inrGnx th* entrance to that unknown clime I v\ i. hit coine bo wh <pers to the worlil b>.!ow, Winiwe n<< a soiij: wt hear Of triumph or of cheer, t >r s^nnls of happv footstep* pwin; to and fro. I i- tl??* Ma?b*U trembling in the breeze .jumj ;uak> -4 youthful clinks- The summer ?ca? L' ??< ilirir calm blue beneath thy waving wing j tee storms th?u summonest j From the i!?r-p motintahi breast, r.? be thy pur*iiivnnt- w lien tl?ou art wauder.ii!* j Thy ua]i?- W terrible: !hme icy breath -icrn order to tlie war-Aend uttereth, Who stains the pleasant turf a fearful red. Of dashes ;n the wave A myriad *j?int brave F r vl** ; eternal rest no saintly song u ? id. \ ? -? I kn..wn Umt;, Deatli, wuli gentle liand Lend come poor wanderer to the heavenly land, Amw tlie purpl. Iidu of autumn er??; V.'hile to tin; harvest moou Arose a rustic tune From -unburnf, 'Xi-.t> reapers, binduig ...

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. — 5 June 1854

THE EVEHTNG STAR 18 PUBLISHED EVERY AITBUfOON, (KXCVT BCmAT,) M thi Star Of**, on D near I9M, nMriy mU tit frvinf Haiti, Bt WALLACH fc. HOPE To nibacriberaiii thecitiea of Waslitaftoo, George town. Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 13 \i per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week Yy to the Ajeiti. To nail anbecribera the aah acripoon price u THREE DOLLARS AND FIPTY L'gNTS a year is advance, TWO DOLLAR8 for gJX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. 8i>al* corn* ox* rani-. VOL. Ill WASHINGTON. D. C., MONDAY, JUNE 5. 1854. NO. 448, THE WEEKLY STAR Thlj riceJImt Family and New* Joar tag a great*! vanety of iaiaravttbg rei *"r 'ouad ia aav other?ia pi>bln*e?t or. PManfay. ... 3 m ... ?? 09 ...U 06 Single oopy, per aaaum #1 *o nraa. Fife ooptea Tea do Tweaty do.. K|?r&sa. ravaaiaaLT m Single t nplea (la WTeppw) can be procaref the coumer m?u?Ml?atei? *f\n the i?eue oi iha pap-r. Pric*? i Htn t'airra. Po<THtai kr? wh? act a* arem* wi?M>f ?liow*< a coftunisMioii ut twi-...

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. — 5 June 1854

7>< f! V EVEMNG STAR. WASHINGTON cityI MO* OA V \ t i *?.*?" JTNE 5 fJT The " llnr'' OflOtr is lorn led D SirftJ, second di<or west frmm 191b, nrmr thr {unction of 12ih Street aid !*?-?? "jl'HfciU A Tin or, nrarlr *PP* ?lid 10 i is 44 Kirk vro?4 lair *4 Irving JOB PRIHTIKG. A3! kinJ- ( f Job Printing neatly exe cuted at this effice, at low rates. SPLICERS PRLKTED Members cf Congress and others ^an have thtir speeches printed in the best manner at the office of the 44 Evening at short notice and on reasonable u.nns. SPIRIT OF THE MOBJTHIG PRESS. The lr.trlligcnccr, in replying to the Vnion's argument that that journal car ries two faces on tho Nebraska question, says; " It was impossible not to commiserate the ?mbarras-ment of tbe Union when it found f -e!f obliged to tarn jo sharp a corner on tbe -N?bra-ka bill The reader of that modei 0 gao w?<| rememlier, no doubt, how fiercely ii ?:&a>led the repeal of the Missouri Compro n:ise when tt.e movement was first intr...

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. — 5 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. HCH I1TEI.LIGE!ICB. Ts? Slkctto* this Dav?We are now r'utg? I. r*s. of an extitlrg munici p?| contest. Toe 1 >ng-talked of triangular ? Dd quadrangular fight has commenced, arid the seven polls of this grea* ard growing cap ital are still opon ?o the frien.lt) and foes of all the rival aspirants for city honor* A huge ?f dark. sluggish clouds ushered in this never-to-be-forgo ten day; and. an the Towers men and the Maury men performed tbeir morning ablution*, they felt ?murod? individually and ollectively?tbattbe thrent enir.g weather held out threats only f>r tbeir opponent- Ar the present writing. blue skies are above and dua y s reet? bone.i'h u;; the sun i* shining in a ve-y respect ible wan ner. are waving. horse* rearing, children MU?ll>ng? .in i tho iodenendent voters of Wa:htngton are exercising their conrtitutional privilege of showing their fidelity ?o the vnri ?us cndiia'es by great vigor of lungs and eapaci'y or" rtntnarV T' is reported that ...

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. — 5 June 1854

'D \i f,y EVENING STAR. . xi.iiaoBE COBHESPONDEHCE. Baltimorb. Jane 4?10 r m ? >ur city just, at this time, is full ofcoui ? iotion and crowded with strangers. Svtral Gorman "Turner" Societies, numbering in all. probably, one thousand oersons. arrived hereon Saturday evening fn.m l?o<ton.New ^ork,andI hiludelphia. < r-tiie to join the grand Turner Fes tival, w hich commences to-morrow. The Baltimore Association, which is very r i ??. met them at the landing, when a ?:and t<..-eh l'-ht proccssion was formed, a...! the visitors wei ^ escorted through various streets with music, banners, transparencies, iVc. It was decidedly a he*v tiful display, and passed ofl with , -ai-L worthy order. The various exer cises i gymnastic, Jtc.) of these associa t' His at their festivals aie peculiarly in let esting. Thev dance, waltz, run, jump, siuir play, and participate in a thousand <>?her amusements, peculiar to the Ger man character. 1 h.' ve heretofore at Ur.dcd some of these ...

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 June 1854

t M ? the evening star 13 PUPUSHED EVERY AFTERNOON, *? (SICEPT ST*)AT,) >sr 041 t,9t T) ttreei, tjxt 12**, nearly typpo rfr /A? Irving Haiti, B t WALLACH fc KOPB. f j iu&fcril,'3r*ia'J?e<"'tI s of ?Va.* linjton,George Al?? Baluai >re and Philadelphia, a ... rr anauo, p*r?h!.?8L\ CENTS?week to :1k TV> :nail rjpscribcre the sub r uric: ia TLLSCC DOLLAR? AND FIFTY 2VT^ a f ir in a?lt>an. ?, TWO DOLLARS Tor X MONTHS, and ONE D< >LLAR fur THREE (iONTHS. :?;i?olb cones om cmt. vol. m. washington, D. C., tuesday, june 6. 1854. no. 449. THE Wi Mm: 4 !iT STAB. ThiseiertlCBt F am fly and Nno Jourcs in* a grcstcr variety of iniwwuof readiag than eaa be fcuui ia any other?is publiahed on Buardsy. TIMI. Single copj, per aiumoi t* ? to cars*. Five copln? S 00 Ten do.. ? 8 00 Twenty do 15 00 00-CAtH. IMVAB.IAVLT t? ilTiKI. (&- Pmirli" toptef (*? wmf pan) eaa br pmcnirf at the counter, immediately after the imm ol U?* paper. Friee? rnitBS Carre. romnrnit who act u itnu ...

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 June 1854

WASHINGTON CITY: ttkspay AFTKHNOON JITXE 6 The " Ninr" OflUr U l> Hirrri, mrromd domr wrtl fwmm ?rar ????" junction of 12lh ?????? a"d P< aB*r>va*i* nenrlT *FP*" ?ilr ?? the - Kirkw#?^ !!???* ?" laMl " IrTiaf \?j*Thc large circulation of the STAi m-ikes it tne most desirable advertising iw< d um in the District. It has more readers j i the cities of Washington, Georgetown, tmd Alexandria, than d. the other WasA iigron dailies combined. HATES OF ADVERTISING. Yearly a'Wertigere will be chared for all over the nurtiVr <?f squares contracted for? I portion as the excess m to the whole sum ?jP 1 * Ore square, (Un line*,) chaagenbli; wc-ivy, <S H )?ine?? notices of ten lines or ,eT*' ?*Iuud, $1. Notice, of frr^t length will Ik .-bnrgeJ tJr at the rate of ten . ecu |*>r line. TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. No Hwhseription discontinued unless by posiuve order le't at tttis office. . The P'i*il?'ge of Annual Advertisers is stnctiy limited I their own immediate business:...

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. — 6 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. tOUt ISTEtlilSEUCB. Tbb ElKiTHj* Vi&rrsDAr.?-Subjoined wo fire the corr?jt vote of the elocti in held in tnis c*l7 yesterday for Mayor. Aldermen, and numbers of the Council. It will be seen. (as Me predicted yesterday,) that the vote is the largest one ever polled in Washington; while ths general re-ult is such as to afford consola tion eren t) ihe defeated aspirants for munici pal honors. Mr Maury, although handsomely beatei. roc?ved a largely increaaed vote over hie rote of 1^5?: bat the Towers men had too many guns in reserve, and their final charge wu quite as cffe?tiveas the opportune appear ance of Dessaix on the field of Marengo. At six o'clock, after a most obstinate struggle, the Sfaury men commenced to give ground, and at *even o'clock, they were put fur* (fit' combat in five out of the seven Ward?, and it is but ju;t to add that when the contest was fairly over, and the "corn" honestly ?? owned up, the Towcr3 party treated with the enemy in a spiri...

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 June 1854

daily evening star THE OLD CHT7BCH BELL. FT ^CHETS. 1 hear once more those uournfnl be!N Break ud Uie Sabbath air ; And to rny lip* cornea back again The long unuttered prayer: V? heart reverberates with tbew To old, forgotten chimes, F?<r wuh those mournful btlls vc linked Tlie thoughts of other times. Thr steeple where, a lx>y, I c!imbcd, The tombs, the bending yew. The pu!pri, and Die .solemn aule, The unforgotten pew: The moss upon the sloping roof, The perch, the lowly door. Arc link'd with forms, wliose memory Tfc?-y only can restore. Like votees of the paat they speak To una^eostomed ears, And better thoughts cotne welling up With h^art-subduing tears; And tbuu^'i their tones ffiu sad to m**, My boeoin-watcher tells How full -.r hope bare been the chime? Of thoae old mournful bells. . BALTTMOBK COBBESPOHDEHCE. Baltikorb, June 5? 10 p.m. Our city is full of excitcmcnt, and crowded with strangers. The streets aid principal thoroughfares ha a i,fwii thronged all day. The G...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 June 1854

THE EVENING- STAR IS PUBLISHED KVERY AFTERNOON, ?2CKPT SU1VAT,) Jt It* Offl. t, on n street, near 1JU, nearly cjtpo jilt tkr brine Hotel, Bi WALLACE X HOPE. T? 'Utwcriter*?nthecities of Wisiilngior.Gnorjt H?i, Alexandria, Baltimore ao.1 Philadelphia, a |j 14 p-.z .in awn, payable?3TX CENTS?wet * if to the Areata. To mail rahscrtbere thr sub gcript w price U THRET5 DOLLARS AND FIFTY tSWT? a y-ar in a.l*mse, TWO DOLLARH for B.I HONTKS, wd ONE D?*LLAR for THREE KONTRS. Saisit cortas o5? cbnt. VOL. 111. li .?? ft??ajn?rfca ?i?f a greatrr Tanrty of lnten"*tti*l rrarilnt tfatr **a t?e frTitid m miT nth^r- t? ?vn ffatorlaf. run. Jiafl** ropy,p- r aitumi ; 01 H I??t- )?' to ?"UIM 5 ?? ... 8 Oo ....15 Oil Fv gap. T<** <fr>... ? ? ^ t ? f!) II? NO. 4->0. ? ? ? f ? *?<%?? ? ? jL. * \ K7-C4M. | I ny? llMHtf <npNkt<a wrat^raj oati b? procured at the Conn er mrm>diai?'ly alkw tbr i astir m< me paper. Prir^ - i uk? Ckkts. - i'o>txm . en* who ** ugfiiis Will be allow, ...

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. — 7 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: fCECVESPAY A FTEK N< JI7NB 7 ff The " Mar" Oflier i* 1> Street, wcat frmm !*?*> ?ear tkc Jkbcimb *f 19*h St re** PrBaaylAre??e, ?e?rfT .It. I. <b* "Klrkw~< l?" ? frring Hotel.** <xy The large circulation of the Stab makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has mare readers m the cities of Washington, Georgelmrn, and Alexandria, than of I the other Wash iigton dailies combined. RATES OF ADVERTISING Vt-Brljr R'lwrlMera will be rbarge<l foe all CI?^? over ilie number of squares contracted for, in^p portion a* the exce** is 10 the whole sum_?*'* ? ? ? >ne square, (ten line*,) ilians**?? wee*i>, 7*" ^Busfnew notices of ten lines or less, in tho ''oc^ Column. 91. Woore. of *reat*r lenith will be ?h\ree| for at the rate of teu cent* p?'r line. TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. \n subscription dircontinued unless by positive orri^r leit at this office. The privilege of Annual Advertisers is strictly lim...

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. — 7 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAB. ==tOCAl ISTBLLIflKNCB. J - - - Lorros a*p IIwpsbub R ail ,aD ?The report ot the chief engiDeerof the 'tv railroad, has be?n lately published in a ostnrhlrf f?*rm. and goes minutely into the rtbi^'tp of the practicability, coat of con ?traction. a1"-"1 remunerative value of the pro pose.! line With n>-arl to the prnetirability engineer has shown much professional , "in overcoming :he obstacles. which nrt numerous af:er a careful surrey, speak: orort eonfilentlv r* guocew. The following i? the route proposed to h? taken parting at the northern limits of Alexan dria, the line of survey is carried up the valley of tour Mile Run to it; head water?. Thence across the Leesburg turnpike. about one mile west of " Fall's Church," nnd into the valley of Hot in e? Run. which it abends to the neigh borhood of the site of the Fairtax '?Old Court House,'" where it attain* the summit of -Court House Ridge. ' From thin point two lines were projected The northern, which passed ...

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. — 7 June 1854

???m?? DAILY EVENING STAR. THE HOPE OF THE HEABT. PV to*? ?* >'o nobler theme ever engaged the i>en ol the puat. It is the soul-elevated idea, that n< una oan consider himself untitled toeomplair of Fa^e while in his adversity he still retain: the unwavering lrre of woman."?Edgar A r<*4. ? Though the day ot anydestiny'* over. And th?' star of my fate hath declined, The soft hf.irt refu-"'il to discover The faults whieh a" many could find ; Thanh tl?y sonl with my erief was acquainted, It shrunk n"t to share it with me; And tlit- l >ve which my spirit liad painted. It never had i?und but in tbek. Then. when natnir amtind me is smiling, The last ?mil?* which nnwfM to mine, I do n< : believe it beguiling, Berau* it reu>a !a me of thine; And when winds .ire at war with the ocean. A* the breast* I l?*i' v-d n wt'h me. It the billows excite an emotiAn : It tc that U?e> bear me from th*k. Though the rock of mj last hope u shivered, And it* fragment* nr* in the wave;...

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 June 1854

16 PUBLISHED EVER I AFTERNOON, (IX'TEPT SUNDAY,) 4tut Oftif, on D <t~eet, near 12<A, iuut.'i oj/^? rut lit Irving Hotel, Bt WALLACH BOPS, Tj 'vaecuks of Washington, George iflirT1 /Ueiu^iu, tU uiuor-: and Philadelphia, a jj lj pcx uwn, payihle?SIX CENTd?week lT to fte Agenra. To ai*n subscribers the rtl> Krp?.?9*ct is TREES DOLLARS AVD FIFTY CENTS ? ?''? ia rn'rnue, TWO DOLLARS for ei|X MOTrHff, and ONE DOLLAR tot THREE XTH3. f?t:i?ia nmts ost cairr. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1854. NO. 451, T\iiexcellent Pamily and New*.??. . tBf a greater variety of interesting reading tkaa < be found ta aay other ii paMiabal aa C ? % ? ? a Single copy, pat to oiraa. Pitre copies Tea do.. Tweaty do.. 09-Ca^B. IB VARIABLY !? AMilCI. fry- Single topiea (ia wrappara) caa be at the counter, immadiateJy after the las paper. Pi tee TaaaaCaarra. Pomiir cap wfco act aa agnata will ba I coaimiaaioa at M YIU ABVUTlSElUn. from the house of wm h. McDonald, 108 Nauan Street, *oo...

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. — 8 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THURSDAY AFTERNOON JlTNE 8. rr The ?? Hur" Oflrf U 1> dtrrcl, mcm4 *?t wrst from 12th, nrnr the* jaactiM ISIUi Street and Arenac, nearly ?py. ? iie to the " li irk wood How*," late " Irrfag If?tri XTThe large circulation of the Stab maktsu the most desirable advertising me-1 dium in the District. It kas more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, thai cd. ike other Wash ington dailies combined. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Yearly advertisers wiJl be charged for ail excess ov?>r the nnmbfr of w|iiwm contracted for, in pitv I*>rtion u tlM excess is to the whole sum agreed lor. < >n?* axjuare, (ten line*,) changeable weekly, $40 per year. Rnsinesa notice* of ten tines or ie?. in the Local cnliimn, *1. .Notices of greater length will be charged fur at the rate of ten cents per line. TO 8TTB8C&IBES8 AND ADVEBTISEBS. Vo subscription discontinued unless by positive ?r !rr teft at this office. The privilege of Annual...

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. — 8 June 1854

DAILY evening star. ."TaCU ISTElllBKJICE. <*-rroCT> C uttrb ur Ca*pf.r awt> Allk r^vgn ?From circumstances that have sine ,.i?pirrJ. it appears very certain that th .-,'c wO? went off with tae horse and bugg 1 Btn-ii s 'ivery stables, ate the two fag: tires Fr?nk Camper and Joe Allemander ?i> tjrokf'Mit of the penitentiary a short tim .gi ard frr af prehension a reward u . '? i) has *wi < ficrfl. The rixe and*geiwr. :<araBcc of the two men now in jail at Ii? ^r<-?wa cot respond with that of the fugitive? litis said that on being examined then were noticed marks in India ink about th< jrio4 ?f Frank Gamner, corresponding witi ?b >#e given in *be description. Mr. Thoniley. jr.j Warden of the Peni:en iary. went yester jiv to Ilageistown to see if he can iden'ify *n?m a? the a?me parties. The circumstances r? affair are thrret-re rendered of inure and we hare accordingly appended a rta'cmen* of the rommtic and h*rd chasc alter ?r? fugitives as given by Me^rs S...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 June 1854

daily evening star. YES! WE MISS THEE. .*? Ke^-ly to the Soiif " Dv thry Mi*s Me at Home." We Thee at home. Ye*, wc miss thee, Since the IcMir that we had* thee adieu ; Ami pnnwT* have eucircled thy pathway, From antions hearts loving and true, Th;it ihe Saviour would gaide and protect thee, A- ?ar iroiu the loved one* you roam, And warper, whene'er thou art saddened, ??We thee? ha itiss thee at home." \Yh?n morniuf awaKea us freni clumber, We catch from tiie lips the first kiss, And told in a wandering aephyr, To be wafted to him whom we miss; And wiien we have j*med the Uoo?e circle, And replaced the ?uii vacant chair, In < aeh ?-ye arise gathering tear-drops F 'r una we were wont to see there. The nha^w-a of evening are falling ??. w here is the wander' r now ? T'i> br* te ltial ftwu Itghlly around u?, TircUanee may soon visit bis trow ; 1on thy bosom a message? We arr watching?O, whv wilt thou roam ? I*he heart haf grown sad and dejected, Fftr we ini?s tliee?all mse thee a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 9 June 1854

the evening stab ^ PUBLISHED SVF7RT AFTERNOON, ,KlCm SIT!?AT,) j. i $i.n 0?~t, on D rtreet, near l^t*, n-rrty trpfo ??*? tKe Irvine Haiti, Si WALLACH * HOPE fa raMcnbcriiD the cities of W ~j?hington, George ujwa, Aleiaadna, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a |3 u jx?r annum. p*yabl??SIX CENTS?we^k ly u> the Areata. To nail mbar fibers the sub ,enptJ<* prt *e ?? THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CSVT^ * yar in mlrxnut, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fas THREE MONTHS. Siii?u roPLu orb carr. vol. in. washington friday, june 9. 1854. no. 452. rkl> i> ?c*'l-r<t family an?l if ?r ? n?n?n of fnnrnrrtwr wUtafUM <-*n tx? foiiad tu aav oOt*r - ?a ** *BCerr1*<y. m?. Su?f<?t <*opf,pfr trnttm #1 W ri> cu m. Fire 9 OP T?n do ; *? 00 i Twbsw on,, I.' 09 Q0- CaMB. 4DVAICL Out- 3UifJt- < opK-? iw wra^rs) can br pitK uiW* at ihr counter ?mmedisu'y alter th?- !*???? ot ?v* pat? r. Pnc??? ( hub Cwrra. j ro <tm48 j aa~ who act a* ngcu? will h* .i ? v 'nuiiu^aou ??? im'. ...

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

DAILY i/VfcMNGSTAR. ??~mmiTVK PITY: FRJOAV \FTEK?Hf)N ...JTTVE9. tr Tbr " War" Ofllco ia located ?? I> Dimi, ?rf?nd door nril from IJlbi ntiir Ihf jnaflMD of JViib *!!??? amd I'i nn'flTiiaiii Arrmmr, nrnrty ?pp? ? ile to the " Kirkrrood lair ** Irriug Hotel.'* *3* The forge circulation of the Stab makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the Dis'rieJ. ft has m>re readers in the cities of Washington, *i*orgntmn>, >;nd Alexandria, thru nT. the other Wash ington <Uz?l its combined. RAILS OF ADVERTISING. Yearly ii lnnMro will be charged for ?JI exee? over Uh- nuui!*rof >-qu.,r>* cowt/a-tid for, in p?<" portion a* the -ice.? is t.. th-- whol* -uni ureed !,,r ? >n?- wparp, (ten line*,) t hurmt i?>le weekly, V' year. Bu?int?* notices of ten lines or in the Local column, !?1. Notices of greater lentth will be ebuged for al the rate of ten ten In per line. TOSUBSCBIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. ,\o ripuo/i discontinued unlet* by jiosiuve order le't at this off...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 9 June 1854

daily evening star. men istmimcg. Co*6M3M0saL L;?iiA*T.--Many of our ?*aderi *re doc iwar? of the numerous scarce pocks to be found on the shelves of the Con ,re*-'ior.aI Library The collection of works *f travel. and of theological treatises are par ocularly large. Among these latter, we no ticed the other day a very old volume, bound ja parchment, in the antique style, of thedat< of liST', bearing the title of {JonstitMiimin Sscittatu J?*u. printed ai Rome. Anothei vit % curious old volume in red letter, entitled ?? L>ecr#t!?itnui. having reference to papal balls The frontispiece is very curious. but it is very difficult, except for an experienced bib iiopolisi, w> ascertain the d ite. Another ex tensive work :n at least ?_fty volumes, in the tfe<*ological division. is one bearing too title ot ?Ballarii Roraani." being a collection of the papal ball;, printed at the Vatican. Among tie works of travel, there are sever*! old vol umei ot thai often quoted, but little read...

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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