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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 June 1854

daily evening stab. TOUCH HOT THE FLOWERS. ?' o. <fo not l?/?<?* Hewers, i^m are sarred to Ih-c dead.'' Touch not the flowers, the clieri'heil flowers. The festal sift of summer hours ; They "re holy thirty* : they bloom ti ?hfd A gladdening radiance around Uie de.vl; Ttiair ?t wing cup* and sweet perfume !),?!*?!% c th? shadow* of the tomb ; T?.u no vxin love?the love that gave Their vernal freshness to the grave. Mow vain the costly pilv to rear O'er those who aconied such trapping* here; Swift Time, with strong, o'emia^tering power, Pro^ttafs high tomb and lowly flower ; But jammer's breezes? shall renew ? The rose'> bloom, the violet's hue ; Not so the carved and fretted stone? It springs no more; it's "Tory's gone. Touch not the flowem; O, can there be, Childhood, a holier type of the* ; A fitter image of thv doom Than the wild flowret's transient bloom ? Let the pure sculpture g|p?ni for him Before whose breath lh* world grew dim, But spare to purity the aJinne I'pepn...

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 June 1854

THE EVENING STAB fS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (.KICKPT suktat,) J: /&? > ttr 0*1 t, m D str<cf, nejr run ]y &;?o lur'ic Irrun Hotel, B t WALL AC II i. UO P3. To subscriber- in (hecities of Wasiiington, George town. AJ-iaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a O.J a per xn;.:im, pcyxb'e?SIX CENTS?week v to tbe Az? tts. Tj mail subscribers the sub scripts pric. ic THUEE DULLARD ANL) FIFTY CENTS a yen- in culranre, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MOXTi;.-*, a,,<! OVE DOLLAR for THE EE MONT'*{j. gmai.i ropiu o** cijrr. TBOK THE HOUSE OF WM^H. McDOff ALD 102 5aa?au Street, (corner of Ann.'; THH TVEST POINT HOTEL, (\N the l.'niff J cartes Grounds at Wept Point is I urnr open for the rec-ption of gnesta. A new !>>ck has b-vn hii'It by the Government, I Hording .1 <~?rvrni-nt 'aniing for th* steamboat*. Stesm Ferries p!>between Cold Spring ani West Print. and al?n between Garrison's Depct and Hi-t I'-'int, have to meet every train of passenger cars on the Iludsra River Rail r...

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 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. W ASHING TON CIT Y : rmnAV aftebk' >hk. juke is fy Tbr " Nlar" Offlcr ia |?calr?i on D Ntrrri. wrtad do?r wr?i frmma I'ilh, ?rar thr junction of IJtb Slre?l and Praa*Tlvaaia Affiw, ???Hy *rM ?itf t* th?- " Kirfcw*^ H1*1* ** Irriai Hotel." r?y'Tke large circulation of the Stab mr.kcs it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It kas more readers m the cities of Washington, Georgetown, t-nd Alexrrntlrui, than oil the other Wash ington dailies combined. JOB PKIHTING. All kinds of Job Printing neatly exe cuted at this office, at low rates. - ???? Thoae wishing the >'<ar in the city of Philadelphia can be supplied by W?i. Flem mi*o. No. 76 south Third street, or at the stand near the Ledger office. L~y J. O. Cooper. 1?3 Nassau street, (inthe basement.) New York, can furnish persons who desire the Star with copies early every morning after its ia?ue. SPIRIT OF THE KOBHIHG P&EM The Intelligencer instances the re-nomina tion of the IJon. Augu...

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 June 1854

PAiLY EVENING STAR. men iHTEnnigncR. r?* & U&u^Vz Xaizr:: 2f"? ??'?? ?l.,ut ,"V u?Jn?? Then 'here is the Patent Office, where r?lf1 tension* arc Leiuc made in fhn * waII ?< :h? i ,n the interior. as ~e" . "rtlDS -of *Mi?oi?aI wings ?0 hM u'' be_ ai-hsonian Institution, -h i -,/tg finuhwl in the interior. and which will hereafter afford vast, additional ac Ibeo we bare s.ver.l c nr aes in the coarse of erection or cotnnle tlon wtth.n our city hounds; the new Metro politan M t Church having been commenced aii'I workmen being now occupied in laying d-.wn a solid fouada ion of stone, on which to eren a future splendid structure. From the scale ot grandeur wi' h which it is commenced, we m iy safely conclude that tha future edifice will be the finest chnrcb of our city rr vate enterprise is also keeping pace ?ith the puld'e spirit. We notice in our walk* th it new dwellii,g< are being erected on every side ar.d old buildings taken down, to be rei laced with more mo let n st...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 June 1854

better times. ? ii n?scmin"? "Better u^," ?*>d tl.e deselalr cli.. % ?< b" Fr?n mT^wr gMh.o? ?*"."?^fJjL^aincd, One c?P ?n th* \and 7hnrhJ,fortuti.-> had left. And ihrfnend. whom giorm u ale|1 '?Better tints, twltoe e?u "? Th^hlU^^'^t*^co?ln* ^ faint an.! de V*t iM watchword L* "till 'bttter times. Th?> young and the fearless, what temples of trust Tliev huilU on ilia promise of year*; Tt may hrmgthem but wrecks. it will bear them to dust; Yet how radiant the prospect appear*, Tltere are honors to win, there are love tones hear, ?. There are homes beneath lc*r-la?J?n n? |. And some, m the furore, may fi'.d tljem b I What they dreamt of in tho?e "better vimes The patriot believes, tboaf*^ In whose triumph'trusted, divide How wisdom ?row? frebl?-, and brothers divide, Whn Hav? <>f disaster abound. _ B.i; concord and victory rise to his sight, . Through the -lehiffe of firs and of criui^a, \xul he see* his h?-pe s banner still float in the lig.it Cm' those future and ...

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

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON. (BXOKPT so? AY,) ? Jt iU Star O0Il?, on D ttreei, **crr litt.i, nearly oyfu tjt the Irriig Hotel, Si WALLACE & HOP*. To moacnUrsuitheciUea of Washington,Geojjv Ufwn, Alexandria, Bainmure and Philadelphia, a |j :2 pel a?nuia, payible?SIX CENTS?we^k It to ihe Ai'_ au. To mail subscribers the sub fcripuo* price i- THBftE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CEVT3 a y> ar ia adzinut, TWO DOLLARS for 51A MONTHS, arid ONE DOLLAB tui TIIREF j MONTHS. S?K?L? COHII ON"! C1WT. ? . r, x VOL. 111. WASHINGTON. D. C? SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1854, NO. 459. TKB WSBKLT BTAM. HUieiOvUtnt FaaOyaatf Ntwi tnt ? graaiw finely ?f iitere?ti?i Mkdlaf foattd ia uj oOitu?u ptklriMd m nui. rfiofU copy,p?r aaautr. *o cir**. IFiv?Oopif*?*??.???!?.?*??????% OO 1 ' Q dtl. i ^0 Tweaty do.., U 00 &?>CaIB. IRfABUBLT ? aB*a?CB. D(?- finjle trptoi fin WTapp*?) ub to pracanrt at the counier, unmodiatflly after ie? tan* o! (ha paper. Pric?w rn*t? Cirr*. Ponntmnj who act a* tfenu wai a#...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 June 1854

F)Af F.Y EVENING STAR. ------ 9m ? , - WASffTHftTON OfTY: ? fA^yKHAY APTERViiON JUNE 1" ??' ? ty The " Star" O flier i* l?fair<l l> (tlrrfl, nrfoid door weal fi?m IStlfc, ?car the jnnrtivo of I'iih Hfttrt aari . i 4 an?jlvunin Ar?n*r, nearly oppo. ?ile U (Tie " Kirk wood Ilouae," late "lr?i?? .. .. ? -i ? ? ? TTTkc large circulation of the Star ?? mtiiss a ii* tuoH dtsiraUe advertising me ... dtum i? th* Dwrict. It has more reader} '* tor cities of Washington, Gvorgetoun, t-hU Alexandria, than elt the other Wash .ingtori-Ouiuscomt.ned. ? Win JOB PEIWTI*0 All kinds of Job Printing neatly exe cuted at this office, at low rates. Ij^Tboae wi?Mr>g the Star in the city of ? Th ?pIra can b?> supplied by W?r. Flbw *1*0, >*o 76 south Third street, orat the i;aDd .. :?near the Ledger o2L-e. ?* ? i J.G. Coopcr.,103 Nassau street. , in the h.i-ein?ot,) Sew V?rk. can farni.h person.* a'ao deslta the St(.r with copicf early eveiy nooung 9i er its i ->uo i THE WEEKLY STAB. -If we...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 June 1854

fMILY KVENINP, STAR. | lain ISTgUUBMCg. The Ti*ts ?There is noihtng stirring hut the dust. * iy ? one wag ; there is notbi ng =iir ring but stagnation. my? another the t.mes are out of jiiut ?ay? a third; trale is dull sighs a f'UKh, bat no wag, with a bu? t.es- like air. ai d e?*ery tvidy i- oil 10 the Spiings echoes a fifth Washington at ihU rate wiil bcsK-nde sernd every ?b? ?h ? protend* to any thihj; Considers fatmsel? b <unrl a<roon a- the aioatii of Jo'i? prm-s i aelt to leave the c-i?y. a" being anf .adtoii ?bU. This said faihi- n is ? TMft ryranniial eartoro. and make* otberwi?e v??ry m> aible people d > very se:i-eless things F >r what sin be more ahsutd than lor pe <p!c to leave their C"inui*.dtous dwelling'- whe ? tbey are surrounded wi b every com'brt ?i?d couvenienee. to travel som ? baodreds of mile to a fa-hi >n?ble spa or w iterias plaeo. where tiit-y . f ? c ibfced u > in a cioado i h-.'tel with hzadreds i >f strange pe>pleanl fat to e...

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

DAILY EVENING STAR. THE BIBLE 4?o flinjj lite gaudy robe aside, Unbind the jewel from thy hair, And casting thoughts of earth awav. Oh ! maiden bend thy heart in prayer. And turn thee to the page of troth. Then seek the guiding love of heaven, Cjuns'lj that well may guard ihy youth, And leach the lore to mortals given. Let men with impious ."pints dare The marred word of God to scorn, And scoifuig hopes and comforts there, From nil its blessed precepts turn. But ne'er should woman, weak and frail. Dare east her guiding chart aside; When earthly hopes so often fail, Where shall she turn on earth beside.1 Oh: when the heart i- sad and lone, And -wearily the spirit droops, And htessmsfc parish one by m??, And pa*)* away our vouthiol hopes ; Where should the drooping spirit turn, But to that page of sacred truth Where wutai may true knowledge learn And age know brighter hopes than youth ? BALTDfOKK COKSESPOBDEBCB. Baxtimorb, Jane 16, lj>54. Mayo* Hollins, this afternoon, sent to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 June 1854

ThUasceUaat Family and Wew?liMUMIhta li?f a great*? variety of iatrreatfa* ** adinj feat <*n ia aay athcr-4a pobljabrd m nm. 8uifl? copy, per aaaam 91 if *? oicaa. ? FiTeoopUt 3 W 6 00 Twentr d1.,. . ...........1....,12 00 I^Cui. imtuuT m awabos. ?(?- 8mjfip c npiea (is wrippara) can he proctir*^ at the eounirr. imaaodiateiy after the urn ?t the paper. Pric< ? fuuii Carra. Poamati kr? whe *ct as agrnu wili be allow ad ? the evening star IB PUBLISHED IVffllT ATTBRHOQW, (MXC1FT 5UH5AT,) JtUU Sl*r O0U*,e* D *T?t,u*arl2tk, ?woriyo^.o ait the Irvini Haiti, It WALLACH k HOP*. Ta robaenberaia iheciuea of W ajhiuptoa,George town, Airruidna, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $3 18 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?wee* ly to the Ageata. To mail aubscrlbera the aub aenpuon price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT8 a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE M0NTH8. 8ij?9lb conaa oni rairr. vol. in. washington, D. C., monday, JUNE 19, 1854. no. 460. Ill IB MUMiirc. mo* TH...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 June 1854

da ily evening star. fflHHlNGTOW PITT: M01Vfr*r AfTKEN'tO!11 ?? JUWE TpnuT of the xouraro pm? Th? Union's la* ??*oa burns any quantity of Iscenae under the noatills of the President and other leading Democrats?overdoing the thing "rayther,' we ahould judge. Rejoicing over the emphasis of the New liampit I>emocratie State Convention, af manifested in their act of unanimoaaly shouldering the Nebraska bill, the editor takes occasion to gi-re thore late New Hampshire Democratic p ary leaden, who "eoeotljr " ratted" a " first ??ate notice, u follows : ?? The preeent action of the New Hampshire d? m'- rjcy is another chapter in the volum? th-it de en be a their his'ory It is in barinonj vita the severe simplicity and iron which ihey have always exhibited, acd. m* caj^-beif to* noble column, it V.;... and ootnpMes the monument of tbelC . t Tr.e sf ectaole would be mo* ????? howrvir. if, with tb~. ?b J? ' thr i jrenruODd. there were not hissing trailers iu the rr." b- at tbeir ?*n ga?e?f...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. LOCAL IHTKLLI6BSCB. Gamut's Sale ?The sa'e of the family of bouse ser tarts belonging to Mr. Gadaby, "ho were to have been told by auction oa Satur day, in frost of the court house. did not take place. There were only a few persons present at the appointed hour, apparently attracted by curiosity; bat tbe auctioneer did not come forward, in consequence of the sale having been postponed an il t?nd*y next. at >ne pl?oe meationea originally for ihe tale. Mr Cor coran drove op in hi* carriage, to enquire bloat the si nn. and state 1 10 some people about that be bad come op wtth tbe jn/ention to become aaswerabl? for their pori'Mee. if there sboold bo any intention of separating tbe family. Ilo waned for woe time, hut finding that the rale was not likely to come off. he drove away to the auctioneer's store with another gentleman, a member <>f Coa grwa, who got into tbe carriage. There were ?oae carious stories afloat a? to tbe distraining of the slaved, which,...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 June 1854

daily evening star fro* tit* star. nr moBY of it i clat mm. Lilce a d> licate plant wm th?t fair lovely form, Which budded and hloom'd but a day, Th?>n bowed 111 pale face to the niercilew storm And faiied in beauty away ' Ob soft be her re?t 'neatJi ber own native sky, And green be the turf o'er her head; May the harah fowling tempest pue quietly by The home of the beautiful dead ! And why should ye weep for the young and the lair Who fall in the spring-time of youth ? Are their spirits not strangen to sorrow and care And th?ir bosoms the temple of truth ? And do ye not know that the visions so bright Which dazzle the young artless mind, Ar* destined to vanish ta darknesa and night, And not leave a vestige behind ? We will not weep for thee?thou pare-hearted girl.' Not a figli shall escape from our breast; We kaow thou art gone to a happier world, Where the weary are ever at rest! Oh, Father and .Mother bow vain your regreta, And the fear* wbicb you ?hed o'er her tomb She has...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 June 1854

Single copy, per uu cop4ea Tt?n ? ? ? ?? ??(???I** O^Cahm. i**a*iablv ia >?tuci. $&- Starts crpla# (ia wrap r*i bm ? .the counter. imiKvltatetv ?tici un w jw<wt. Pnr<>? ruaai C'lrn. Pomirnu who act as *(.tta vflt be i < ouin.iti,n?M m twenty per cent. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JUNE 20. 1854 THE HVEtTnrO STAB 18 PUBL18HZD SVS&T A7TE&N00H, (1X0IR 8TMDAT,) Attka Star OJlce, on D ttrut, near 12*4, warty 9ffo KttOu frrmt HtUl, It WALLACB k nOPB. To MbaciibminUiecioes of vVaslnr*tcm,Geo{ge Mwn, Alexaadna, Balumore ud Philadelphia, a $3 18 per annum, payable?8TX CENTS?week ly to the Afeata. To mafl tubsCTlbera the rib ?cnptioa price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS, Sumlb cams onb cmitt. VOL. Ill IIM MipfMillS. rao* THE HOUSE OF WM H. McDONALD, 103 Hassan Street, (corner of Ann.) t THE WEST POEVT HOTEL, ON the United i^late* Grounds at Wert Point is now open for the reoepti >? of ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WA*HlWrtTON PITY: /?rTBRN'X?#l 90 ^BKM THE BtBNIIf? KTAB CA> RK GOT) 01T OP WASH I.IGTOI. J G. Coorsa, ba#?*niefit of 109 NuMUKreft,^ ' Ycrfc? Ww. 76 Pouth Third street, Philadri phia, Pa. CATHzia a. Bao , comer o< Baltimore and Holb day >tr??u, Balumore, Md NniMi.a Lhui. Aiiea^olit,Md E. t*. B. Bvtlmm, 114 Market afreet, Wilwagton. Dilawtrf. E. G. 3w?u?, 48 Hi<h street, Pwtaaowh, Va. C. T Liutt, Alexandria, Va. T (.? above named pem>na receive the Evening S :r. ?J d?y, by the first conveyances that leav< ? |iog imuiediately after it is i.-sue/l, um) ???? r.-aJv ??> upply all who may wai t copies of th ru*-r. fc'PIBIT OF THE MOEJfUia PBTSM Tfc; J~t*H,e""*r in publishifig the speeel rT the IToa J I' Taylor, of Ohio, against the .?e'.-ni k? bill, tahet cccasion to say mar^ h i J rb ngt of the career of that gentleman. 7 . :j 'j not come ami-s. in this region more *f^ee.al)y, where he 1* better known than any where el*s save in his immediate dis...

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

DAILY EVENING STAR. . LICtt HTKUIBBflU. Yorto Mass Christix* A.i?octtno*.-? TduriiJ eveuiog. a special meeting ?f the I nva^ers of tbe above LIwiarfoa was held in me Firm Presbjteriau Cbnr-b. on 4J stree. for the par(.o?e of hi. ir g aod taking action upon the report of the de. agates bo the recant convention ?t B< ff?l? The Kev. Mr ?u' dorlsnd, one of thedcVg* two from Was aiuf.ua, ex proved bi; views upon the (abject, md spoke highly of tbe in flnnoj* exer iaei by the association in that ooDree'ion. It *m due to the active mem bers of the Washington association ta say. al Songh it w?h not tbe oldest ^cioty of the ki nd at of Bos on being ol Jar and more extensive ia numbers, that for energy and enterprise it oeahl o> in p .ire favorably wi. n any other. I(< tbe del' berati >ns and discussions ?nd bnsir.es ma tors, there had been maniftftei an artive baiinew talent and flaency cf sxpie-sion which 8 lrprised him. and above aii, tbcie w?j tu? jpiiit if cbrutiati y; it spj...

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

DAILY evening stab.. the omriBUs drives driver mount? his box ax mom. Regardless of the weather, Y*h. foal, wind or storm, H?- braves them all together. With finfer raised, his hor^a walking. He picks up patrons one by one? Aju! while the crowd inside are talking, Slowly wends his way along. "Twelve iuwde ?" some one cries out; But still he lakes, one more ; The gent's luok grunt, the ladies pout, Yet jog on a* before. At length, siiteen have lined hu stage? ?' Go on!" says many voices; The fat man groaus and swells with rage, But the driver be rejoices. Rambling, rattling, left and right, O'er pavement now they fly. The inside wedged securely tight, The outside awful dry. Then one by one, they're drooping out, The driver takes the fare ; Come hurry up, and move about, We've got no um? to spare. The gate! bis route is ended there ; He uuils up witli a nod. Counts out hi* cash, smooths down Ins bat/, Then steps In to take a Tod. BALTIMORE COBBESPOJTDEHCE. Balttvobb, Jane 20, 1S54. Al...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 June 1854

THE EVENING STAB iti PUBLISHED KVKKY AFTERNOON, I ITXC*?T STMD1T,) t 'i* Star Ofl?, on D itrrri, wear Ltfa, ojyc nit Itxih? Houlf Bt WALLA^H k HOP B. To satwcribcxsia tieciUes of Washington, Georfe imn, Alexandria, tJuluni'ire and Philadelphia, a jj 13 p?-? annum, payable? SIX CENTS?week t to the Agents. To mail subscribers the sub ^r fMion price ? THM&B DOLL \RS AND FIFTY CENTS a y?*ar in adrznct, TWO DOLI.AR8 for ji.X MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAB for THREE i'?NTHS. Smau copies oki cut. I?V YflRf AiVERTISEMEITS. rSOM THE HOUSE OF VX. H. McDOSALD, 102 Nassau Street, (comer of Ann.) THK WEST POf.NT HOTEL, () ? now opru fhr the re^pdcn of guefts. A new I> -k Las built by the Oov-rnmeat, ? Hunting , -onTfOj-nt hinihir lor th* steamboat*. rt*ani Perries pbi>'* between Cold Spring and Point, aod ai?o between Harrison's i>e pot a Td West I'-ant. bar# been established t? iaeet every tr?in of passenger cars on the Hudson iUver Bail road. The fast and elee*nt steamboat ALIDA leaves N....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 June 1854

D AILY EVENING STAR W A S UINGTONOIT Y : VE90AY APTKRN<>ON jr^K 11 nnSBR THE EFBfinO ATAB UX 11* GOT, OUT O* WASH. irtftTOX. J G. Coorsa, baaewent of 103 ?fa?au street, X .w Yir<. v* >1 Fixwxo, 76 ScuUi Thud street, Pbiladel :?? :'?Tmu fc Bso , comer ot iUlUmore and IloUi ?trteu, U <<Uunre, MJ. Vouaii Leslu., Annapolis, Mrt t:. t* K Bctlei?, 114 Market street, WiiuanfU?, Eelaw-a??-. y G. :+Tarr*a. S# Ili<h Avert, Portsmouth, Va. C T Lvlss, Alexin ina, Va. Tlie aM*** named person* reeetve ttoe Erruing S- tr. dairy, by the flrvt conveyance* that leave ua tmmedixie'y 11 ?* issued, and aiil K- rrad> 19 supply aII wto may want copies of lilt P'"1!*'- , S-TRIT Of TBS MOBBING PBESS Tie Intelligencer contain! a synopsis of the pirns of tbe FiUibosteros from an unnamed M.wusippi journal. wherein the ' big calcula tions ' usually made by partite interested in su*h questionable enterprise ere dulyset forth The same journal also j,resents a synopsis of tbe increased prep...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 June 1854

P A FLY EVENING STAR. LUCIt t^TILLlflenCB? ! Ci.i.m.sai. Cocbt?Yesterday, the cas* of Th.'av-on. chared wi;h kidnapping a Le?Tn bjj r .med Cbnrle- Bam?. ,*dcUfi^JT* t.) Richmond, with th-, -mea;:. ? nliit. him p.? up >ur ma. sad ?.-intugtwa wer* u?e eounsel fjr the de teirC. . r Jf*' ^ Wn' (%<3tT B"* ., , r !..? !n ufd DCSro' ??? testified ?n pf h ^ ? -1 th%X be wi b Thomp-on .n' Ku-hnondI jau. The defendant there told who culL tt* J! ^0eUg*?ed b* UevDCr who (i4o?d lk&? sroia ? bug-y, teller him r>e quiet, a* he whs going to u^e bin to his *'rir -ri!er *n *** kitn 8? to the neniten ti*'i ihey then drove to Btidecsborg to take the i?r3, but '.aij-iLg them droveon to the I n-xt station. Defendant likewise t ?! 1 the w: uts<? that Ht-vanr bad au-horizad him fa id 1 tae boy In Witness told defendant tb*t he h*d no more riiht 10 take the negro ;5an to tike him ; ?o which the defendant re p ied. that be might .13 well be ?>!d ss sent to ttie penitentiary. Here ike couus...

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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