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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 June 1854

daily evening star. Let oi Speak of a Man as we find him. l.?t us ?p?*ak of a man as w? find him, And c^neure alone what we at a ; And if a man blame, let's remind him, That from faults we're none of us free. If the veil from the heart could be torn. And the mind could be read on the brow, There are many we'd pass by wuh scorn, VVh -iu we're lauding with high honors now. L? us ?p?>ak of a man ?? we find him, And hoed not what others may say; If hf's frail, then a kind word will bind him, Where endues.* would turn him away. For the earf must be barren indeed, Where ao bul of repentance may blooui, Th^n ere you cans* it to Meed, On a smile or a frown haugs its doom. AIXXAHDBLA COEEESPOKDHTCX Alexandria, June 21,1364. Weather and Health?Gaxett*?Pie St. Mary's To to f Abst iwtnut Societf~?N?w Director?Aecuimt?Commisnoners. Still the weather continues very sultry, bnt I hear of little or no illness among the com munity. The" <i(*ette of yesterday, noticing the re marks of the Intel...

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. — 22 June 1854

is fublibhid every afternoon, (?XGOT BCMDAT,) M uu Star Ofc*,an D tirttt, ntar 1 UK, nearly oj?o nt* t\t hring Hotel, It WALL ACtl k hops. Hi ?*b?cn6?rsifl the dttet 9t Washington,Gcotje lown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?3 19 per annua, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Ageais. To mail subscribers the snb ?criptkm pries is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in aJvenct, TWO DOLLARS for BIX MONT 118, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Bimlb const oni csirr. HI rim iimnimm FROM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDOKALD, 102 Easaao Street, cornar of Ana.) THB WEST POnVT HOTEL, ON the United ?ist?- Grounds at West Point is now open for the reception of guests. A new Dork hv been built by th? Government, affording ? convenient landing for the steaml>oat?. Steam Ferries pl>iag between Cold Spring and West Point, and also between Garrison's Depot and West F'^nt, have oeen established to meet every train o: passenger cars on the Hudson River Rail road. The fart and elegit rteamboit AL...

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. — 22 June 1854

'DA ILY BVKHN08TAR. ~~Wjf SHI NO TON OTTY: ?? I ?? ? ?? THUI90AV AFTBJ?W?KJN JUNE 92 VDERB THE EVENIXO 8TAB CAW BE GOT, OCT OF WASH IN6TON. J G. Cooper, basement of 103 Nasf?eu street, X<m York. W*. Flekiku, 78 South Third Mrttt, Phitadel pfcia, Pa. Catbiri 4 Bro-, comer of Baltimore and Holli day ^ref L", BaJumore, Md. .NoM?f Leans, Aunapohs, Md E. s. R. BrTL&a, 114 Market street, Wilmington. Delaware. **? ?- ^tapi.ss, 43 Hljh street, Portsmouth, Va. r- T. I.vLts, Aleian tna, Va The *Kove named person* recelvr the Star, dally, by the fin-t conveyances that leav. Washington immediately aft" it w i?ued, and wil ke r?*Jf to *upp<y all hIk> mar wart copies of tb? paper. SPIRIT OF THE MORirmO PBXS8. Ths I?uU*?#nr*T contains the long talked of ad>jre?? of the Congressional opponents o the Nebraska bill, signed by Solomon Foo* Chairman, and Daniel Mace and Reuben E Fenton. Secretaries. Notbirg i? said in tb? Inittligtncrr from whicb it may be inferred who, besides Messrs. ...

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. — 22 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR men iiTKuuKucg. Ot? Poctt Hotel ? This popular place of flunmer Tmorx .or sea-bttbiug at O d Polo Comfort, u bow in full operation. ui der tbe management of the Messrs. W|nia fa\ and is drawing lar/e number* of visitors to its commodious and oomf-rtable quarter* The building forming the bo ?i. has a trontage o' be ween ?ve and six hundred feet aloog tbe to* s&ore. Hi lowing of a splend d vie# of ihe HtBBD'oa Roads. Fortress Monroe, and of the ?ast Atlantic. The hotel is three stories high, and can accommodate f otn eight to nine buo dred guests ; and thare have been, on a fbui th of Jul j, as many as fifteen hundred visitors. In iorm. the building is of a quadrangular shape, haxing in the centre of the quadrangle a com? yard three hundred feet square, which allows ?* *? petfeet ventilation, inere are two wing as they may be designated, running from op post* corners of tbe inside of the quadrangle to the centre of tbe <v??rt yard, which afford additional acc...

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. — 22 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. THYSELF " Evtn as a flower V* " No, fattest; br not to m?- a* a flewei, rh<* uncertain ran call- forth tu cxtonra* bnaib; Tfte sweetest prtume give* the speediest death. The sport and victim of a summer hour. Kalrrst. be not a llowr " 44 Even as a star " No, brightest; bo not to iue as a >ux, Tu one of millions, and the harrying cloud Oft wnu>? the glittering sfrfendor in its shroud , Mom pales its lustre, and it shine* afar. Brightest, be oot a star !" " Eren as a dove ?" " No, purest; be not to me as a dove,' Th* spoiler oft breaks in upon its rest, Robbing the downy joys of its soft nest, \?d plunging silence through it? mtivc grove. Purest, be not a dove !" - Kven as a rock ** " No, w> most faithfui; be not as a rock, inocks the embracing wave, or stands alone In love!*** gtoom, in dreary wastes nnkwwn. Senseless ;ilike to fortune's smile or shock Changeless, be not a rock !" " Even as myself 5'' " My soul's best idol, be but as tiiyselt; Bnthirr ...

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. — 23 June 1854

f THE EVENING* STAB 19 PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (OCHPT SUWAT.) A .'*? 9tar Ofict, on D ttrtH <n*ar 12*i, ruarly oppo tiU t\t Irving HoUl, Bt WALL ACH * HOP I. T* ?ob?ei1Ws in the cities of Washinfton,Geor|? tswn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $3 18 per arum, payable? 3IX CENT3?week 1y to the Ageiu. To mail subscribers the tub icripuoB price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advanet, TWO DOLLARS foi BIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sihsli copies oni ciirr. ? ggp HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALT, 102 Nawau Street, (corner of Ann.) THR WEST POINT HOTEL, ON the United States Grounds at West Point is now open for tfce reception of guests. A new Dnek has been built by the Government, affording ? -onrenient landing tor th? ?teamt>oats. ? Steam Ferries pljing between Cold Sprin-' an i Wert Point, anJ also between GarrisonVD*p?t and West PMnt. have fc>?n established ta mwt ew-v train of passenger cvion the Hudson River Bail 'tMmh04t ALIDA leaves N. ill'ill...

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. — 23 June 1854

DAlbY EVBNIN6gTAR. " w a'^IiTwOTOW CITY : ygrnAr ArrbK^>o? ...JUlf?S3. VHEbT TOK KTKIflNO "TAB f 45T HF OOTi OCT OF WAWB lieoT?*. _ j O. Coorae, basest of 103 Na>*au rtreet, Nsw * W*. FLtMiKt, 76 South Third -treet. Philadel phta, Pa. Cstbsss fc Bao., come, of Baltimore and HoiU 4?y nreet*, BallltncxT, Md. \Cm Ttrton at Co , corner of Baltimore and Ch*r! ? ?tr?wu, can lurniah the Star to those wi-h ,nj ihe paper immediately after it* arrival in Balti more on the evening of it* imm. Nett* Men and Boy* oan also purchase vbe itfar to v?U again of Wm. Tavtor fc Co. Noa? 4N Lints, Annapolis, Md. E- 3. K. Burns*, 114 Market rreet, VViimi"?M>n> Delaware. R. G. Stafus, 4b lli^a sve*c, fwteew** Va. C T- Lrnvs, Alexandria, Va The abt<ve named persons receive the >*>uwg SI.TT. daily, by the fin-t conveyance, that leave W tshinfton Immediately after it is and will be ready to wppiy all who may want cojh?* of the X*P'r m ? m STIBIT or THE VOIUTIHO PRESS The Intelligtnctr, co...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 June 1854

daily evening star. Util HT Bl 1188IICB. TMCoiroBsaiTicHiSTi ?It will be remem bered that torn* lime ago a rowing of miuU ters belonging to the sect krwwu as the C<m gregationalists, was held in this city for the rori-oee ofexaminioginto theortbodoxy of the Kev Mr Duncanson previously to bid instal lation a? minister of the Congregational Church in 5tb street, and the result ?u that the coun cil of ministers, among wh >m were the Kev. U. W Beecher ani the Rev P.ofessor Stowe. re fused their sanction to instal him. As tue con gregation belonging to this church has been only Lately formed, it was ma nly dependent on the assistance of other churches of the same denomination for its financial resources, ao that the decision of the council was of seriou* moment to them The Rev. Mr. Duncanson has. however, still continued tooffi.'iaie a thi* church up to the present time, but is ab.nt to quit the pastorship of this cbu'ch Whether it is from the action of the connoll we do not undert...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR THE TIDE OF DEATH. ?* MO*. ?OB?|tr M ' H&RITO*. J'he tide rolls ou, the ude foils on? TIip .lever ciMnij tale. Thai the pleasures from our heart*. TU> lovd ones from our side? That trine* afflictions to our fot,^ And angimh and despair, And hear* from youthV unrolfl?'d brow Th* <~harms> that linger*1*! there. The t Je ro||? on : wave afW w ave. Its ? writing wnters ftow : Before it all t* bright and fair; Beh nd it all i? w<>e! The u'.rant from its mother's breast, T!i? gay and blooming bri.le, Are swept away and home along By that resistless tide. The title rolla on: the noijier's eye ?;ro?- dim beneath its swell; The scholar shuns the mystic love Thst he hath loved so well; I he monarch puts the crown aside. Anc labor's weary slave Re?oir?w that Umbs will know The tjuiet of the *rave. The t=de rolls on : like summer brook, ft giideth to the ?ad ; But, like dark winter's angry tide, It rusheth to the gtad. From tangly hall and lowly cot, From b...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 June 1854

THE ETCHING- STAR 18 PUBL18HB) BVEBY AJTKRNOOH, (izom suwur.) J?Us?er Oflks,o? Drfrss<,?sar 12f\, Marly oppe ?il? tu frving Hotel, Br WALLACH k HOPS. Te ?nbeeribersia the cities of Washingto&.Georfe lawn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 03 li per annum, payable?8IX CENTS?week ly to the Ageats. To nail subscribers the sub script** price is THREE DOLLARS AND PIFTY CENTS a year in advance TWO DOLLARS for BIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Siisls conn o^t rairr. hi m piimW T*OM THE HOUSE 07 VK. H McDONALD, 108 Hmuti Street, 'comer of Ana.) THE WEST TOOT HOTEL, ON tbe United States Grounds at West Point is bow "pen k>r the reception of guest*. A tew Do t has been boilt by the Government, allordiog a ?> nrewient landing for the steamboat*. Steam Ferries plying between dCold Spring and West Point, and also between Garrison's Depot and Wwt Petal, have been ostsbiiehod to meet every tr*in of passenger cars oa the Hudson River Bail fOftd. The fsst and elegant ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. yASUINflTONOITT: SATriOAV AFTfciuVKJN JUNE 34 WHEBK THE FVENIXG STAB CAW BE OBTAINED, OFT OF WAKHIIGTON. J G. Coons, basement of 103 Nassuv street, New York. Wm. PLKMijiw, 75 Boutli Thud ?i?ct, Philadel phia, Pa. Cathkes & Bao., corner of Baltimore and Hotli ilay "trwtji, Biiumirr, Md. W*. Txrioa fc Co., coomx of Baltimore and Chart.-* .urtiu, can furnish the Star to thoee w\*h tag the paper immediately after its arrival ia Balti more on the evening of fts iwue. Xnn Men and Arm can also purchase the Sfar to sell anin c?f Wi? Ta>lor 3l Co. Vormak Lvui, Annapolis, Md. 8. R. Brri.ea, 114 Market itn^i, Wilmington, Delaware. K. G. St&plcs, 4P Hi*fi "treet, Portsmouth, Va. C. T. Lylsh, Alexan-irm. Va. "Hi* ?Ho*r named persons receive tlie Evening Stmr, daily, fcy ?i?* 1r?t conveyances tbat leave Washington immediately alter it is issued, aad will be resdy to supply all wbo may want copies of tht P^fw the wxixly BTAS. With planetary punctuality, the Weekly St...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. Men IHTgtLIBBUCB. Firt Art? ?W% wete highly gratifiedwtth ? visit that we paid to-day to Taylor A Man ?3?j bookrore. on the Avenue, at the inspoc - four paintings now cn exhibition there lion v. -?rutea bv a young artist *>f this They were "**??>inttoB, the ?r of Mr. city, Mr Wm. T >? ^ -""t-ofiee, who - Waehingtcn. a clerk io the ^ has placed himself as a pupil under tne neat painter Lentxe, wh ?e painting of Wvh mgton crowing the Delaware is so well known. The young artist has been only a year under Lhe tuitiou of I^a^ze, sod b&g M&t these apeci men* of his talents home for aale and exhibi tioo from Dusseldorf, on the Rhine. The paintings consist of three Urge sized ones of the dimensions of about three feet by two feet, and a smaller sited picture of about one and a half feet square Thie latter represent* a por tion of a ruined castle, used as a dwelling, with Sgurea in the foreground. The other three constat of the following subjects: **Two R...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 June 1854

daily evening star. WHET I AX OLD BY CAROUXK A. SRiG?4. When T am old?and oh. Iww soon Will life's nrwr mornin? yield to uoon. And noon's bmod, Orvid. earnest KgM B? shrouded in the *ol* inn mafe*: Til! Uke a ftory well-utgb told. Will seem my life?wben I imu aki When I am old?this breezy earth Wdl l'?e tor ue it* ?olce of mirth : The *rr*.-MM will l?v? an under tone i w *ji<inecs. ikk by rifht tileir own ; And *pnn<i% swwt powr in vain uaiuld fn rosy charms wlicn 1 am old When I am old, I shall not care To deck with flowers my faded hair : Twill be no vain desire of miae, I n neb and coetfv dress to shine ; Bright jewels and the brightest fold Will charm m* nnugtu?when I am old. \\ hen T an> old- -my friends wiU be and infim and bowed?like me. Or else?:h?*ir bodies *?eath the sod, "i'beir spints dwHI.nj aafr with God? Tbe old church bell will km* have tolled Above their res*?wiles I am old. When f am r>Id?I'd rather bend Tbn? tadly o'er each buried friend, Than s?*e the...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 June 1854

TRE BVEWIHa STAR , 18 PUBLISHED SVKR1 ATTKENOOH, (kxospt imur,) Jl Us Star OJV*, on 17 *rt?t, near 1M, nearly oppa nU lit frting Haiti, El WALLACE k HOPB. 1% snhacnkers is the cities of Washington,Oeorfa Mws, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 93 n per annum, payable? SIX CENTS?week ly (0 the Agents. To nail subscribers the sub senpoon price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in arfroncs, TWO DOLLARS for ?IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sumli conns am camr. Ill TBI JHBTBU1ITS. VXOX THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDOJIALD, 10S luna Street, (corner of Ann.) THE WEST POINT HOTEL. ON the United states Grounds at West Poiut is new open for tbe reception of guests. A new Dock has been bailt by the Government, affording a rjnvenient landing fur the steamboat'. Steam Ferris piyiug between Cold Spring anl West Point, and also between Garrison's Depot and West have been established to m-et every train of pa<=?nger ears on the Hudson River Fail road. The fart aird elegant ftea...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WAStltNOTON CITT: MONDAY AFTERN<K>JI JVXE 86. WHS BE THE BFBKIIVC STAR CAN BE OBTAINED, OCT OF WAAHIXOTOX. J. G. Cooria, basement of J03 \a*u strefl, N?i\v York. IVw. FL*Jtif?, U South Third street, Philsde' phi*. Pa CiTBtm fc Ban., corner of Baltimore and Iloili day ?r?ets, Baltimore, Md. >Yw. Tatio* k Co , corner of Baltimore ant Char!** street*, can furnish the St-tr to those wt?b in* U>e paper immediately after it* arrival in Balii more on the evening of it* i?<oie. Jfeu* Me? and Boyt can alao purchase the Star to ?eU s^m Wni* Ta>lor It Co. Nokxa* Lkkliz, AnnapoJi?,!Hd E. 8. R. Bctub, 1II Market street, Wtfiniagtoi;, Delaware. E. G. Stapim, ** Hi|h street, Portsmouth, Va. C. T. Ltlis, Alexanaria, Va. Tlie akovR named person* receive the Evening Star, iaily, by the first conveyances that leave \Yit*hin?inn immediately aflf-r it is issued, and will t>?" Tfdy to supply ail who may wart copies of Ui< paper. Oar well-informed Georgetown cor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. LOCAL imUlGMCE^ State of t?b Thb*mombt*r?The ther mometer. ia our counting room, at 12 o'clock to-day, stood at 75 degrees above zero. Th? Obner v atoby ?One of the sight* ?f i be Metropolis is the United States Observatory, situated oil an eminence about a mile west of the Presidenta House, between 23 i and 25th ( <-tre?.ta. The idea of founding this institution, probably. originated on the occasion of landing | *>ut the United States Exploring Expedition of j 1>33, Pnf. Bond and Lieut Gilliss being em- l jloytd to oik? a ??des of mtronomi^ai obser rations in connection with the objects of the "bore lhe;e tt.ey performed at the building belunging to the Coast Survey oq Capitol Hill. The es iinatas fur the building an i fitting up of the Observatory was made by Prof. Bartlett .n 1*40, Congress having appropriated $2o.OOO tor the purpose The present structure con sists of a central brick building, with wings on the ea?t, w?t, and south sides, the former i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. a jtjite MORirnro ar it. ?- rniLTojt. The rat bir;! in th?; tangled bush That loadsihe air with it* ?w>-? t prrftimr. - And the munnaring bees hid? all the day In the soowy t?uts of the aider's bloom T!i* ?ilenr thrash, with a rapid wing. I tarm through the ?ttii-lii, leafy screen. And tilt? th?" branches that over the brook - Wave their tassel-" o( tender green. Tlie d'ntant nver. a?l?'epin the sun, in .1 calm, .'nroffled r?**t. And a atnaJe *ail. like a snowy gull, Lazily fl^at* on it.* placid breast. From inn wh?le roust*, hird by tlie wood. ? "iniin the murmur of pleasant talk ; High ove rhead in tlit- stainless blue Sail* the silent and watcbftil hawk Oh ve who toil in the du?ty town, C'?m?? htre, and your soul in this sunshine steep; J"** how tlie earth, at the touch of spring, Likr the daughter of Jairus, wakei from her sleep. J*a> if your walls of brick five back The sun like yonder hilln<i?- green, In hill nrs of dazzling, golden light, With coo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 June 1854

THE EVENING STAR 18 PUBLISHED EVER I AFTERNOON, (except su?ir,) 41 Stat Ofst, jr. D rtrert, ntar 12**, nearly v^fo tile (W Irvifg lit**!, Bl WALLACfl ?t IIOPI. To tatucri^r*?!! xVr r'tlrs of Wr??htn|itn!;R^orf# nwi, Alexandria. ii.Jl::aore and Philadelphia, a f.1 12 per aaanm, pay\b!e?SIX CENTS?week If lu tb? A^ca'j. To ir.-al nitecrib^ra the rob ?c-.puon price is TBEEE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a yrsr in cdrvnce, TWO DOLLARS for g:X MOVn:^, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE H Sinli cofiu oKi TSOM THE no:j?E OF VT&. H. HcDONALD, 102 SVsaa Surest, iturner of Ann.) '4i*C WEST POiS'T HOTEL, ON ti-a United J'a!? Gro":ad? &r West Point in now opet^ r the reeeptk?n of gueats. A aew 1? r!? hi? V* n ^-i.:t*-y the Government, affording a r e- m.'Et la>lin; for th* -t?*x:nv:>atj. hU'Hia lerriea plji.* bet .veen To*.J Spring an W wt 1 "wiiii, -.?d a v> bt-twreu G?r; i-oa'u Dopct and T* ?it JH.mt, li \x? boon e-tabli-hed t:t meat every fctia of paassarer cars en the Hulsoa Riv r ltaLi r?i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 June 1854

in [ 1,1' EVENING ST AH. vTa-IMNOTON CITY: Tt E5IMY AKTHRN'M'N JETVE 27 nnEBE THE BVE!VI3(0 ATAR CAS BK ? BTA1NE f>, ?rT OF WAHHIPIGTO.t. J G CoortB, bv.eu>f at of ITO MMrtn street, New Yorfc. W*. Fi&hixo, T6 B?it> Third ?treet, Philadel phia, Pa. Cathsb* x Bao , corner of Baltimore and Ilolli dayVtr?*t*, Baltimore, Md. Wf Taylor k Co , comer o4 Baltimore atvl Chart ?* ?tr- eu. can furnuh t!?e Star to tlioae wi> li me t?? paper immediately after iu arrival in Balti more ou the evening of its iicue. New V-*i atU Bus can nJ?o purchase ihe {*or to *11 a run of Wtn Taj lor \ Co. Norma* Lk?ue, Annapolis, MJ ?. 8. R. Biiui, 114 Mark t street, Wilmington, Tteiaware. H. C. S?rAPLKN, 43 lliih ?uet t. I*ort>?nouth, Va. C T. Lvw?, Ait *an :rl.-i. Ya. Tfce ?tko?e namtd per.-oiis receive tbe Evening ?(?r, .Jtu.'y, by the fir-t conveyances that leave Washington immediately after it is i suc l. and will be ready to supply all who may wai t copies of the p**per. Gr" Our well-info...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 June 1854

' DAILY EVENING STAR. tOCU MTEUimCB. Stat* of the Thermometer.?The ther mometer. ia our coucfng room. at 12 o'clock to-day, stood at S5 degrees above jero. The Cot soils.?The Boards of Aldermen and Cominou Council me? in their rot ins a* the City Hall, yesterday, at the u-usl boar. Th'> expectation that the Mayor's Dominations would be acted upon a? thi.-? meeting, attracted quite a Ur<e crowd to the Ha!l turinei!!ws.? .liiposed of pretty much after the old fashion. t-uJ co very great di*po-ition displaced to ir troduce auy very novel movement. The re .Lgnation of Mr. Planr. as Assessor of If a Second Wert. was laid before the Bcaris Ibe appointment of the usual committees was aacounced. Bills for improving vaiiou* parts ofiheciiy; fur cleansing the streets, allcvs, (ratters, Ac.; for ere Mine engine house for t-ie Northern Liberie*' Fire Company, Jtc. introduced and appropriately disposed of Sever*1 resolution* offered by Mr. Fitzpatrick in the Board of Aldermen, relating to ...

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