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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 June 1854

DATLY EVENING STAR. THE WISHnrO BROOK. B??ide a meadow's glass) brook Sat a fair child with happy look ; Th?" ?ummer? only could have shed Their radiance o>r that ynuthftt! head; r<h?; plurked the bud* wh>c"^*w sroiod, And ifaily j-trewed them on the ground. When, rlaneing on th** ninnin* Mrrairi, She u? her iti<t m its gleam, And rtin?iiia tack her clustering hair, !?!? "to Ik> a woman tair!*' Ten years ded o'er that youthful head? Again she -ought the streamlet's bed ; Her clear white brow and sunny hair, Kiiew nothing of the signs of care ; Uut deeper thought was in her look, Than when she last strayed by that brook ; Siie smiled, in its clear depths to trace Her childhood's wish?a lovely face; That ardent, soaring spirit now Wished for?"Fame's laurels ?n my brow !" ??nce more there stood Ix-side the rill, A c*r? worn form, though graceful still, Thirty more yenrs had passed away? II< r lirow was lined, her hair was grey, *nd from her cheek, now pale and wan, He...

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. — 28 June 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED BVEKY AJTKKHOOH, (?ZCBPT 8UW5AT,) M U? Star OfU?, a? D *rmt, mmr Wk, waarfr off mi* Ou Irvwvf OM*l, If WALLACE fc HOPI. To nibacriben ia the citiea of Wa?hin?MnlQ?av|? town, Alexaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a #3 13 per ancnm, payable?SIX CENTS?week If to Ui? Ageats. To nail subscriber* the sub aeripuon price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in aiv<tnc?f TWO DOLLARS for vnf 11 i WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1854. NO. 46S. THE WEEKLY STAB. TfcUaxMlUat Fanflyaad HrwJmraal wi lag a greater variety of tntm?tfag reading tea W foaad ia any other?ia published oa Bwaidi] ? *1 D 00 lft ?u 8ingts copy, par aaaam to nr?i. fl? copies Tea do. : Tweaty do ?p-Casa. MTtUiiiT in itnirt. 19* Single < npt*a (ia wrappers^ caa be prorart-f a the counter, immediately after the issae ol tKe paper. Price?raaaa Cajm. PotTMasria* who act a* agents will be aHow^ a ronmiMOB ol twenty ner ??? hi iou mints. nOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD. 103 Ius*a Street, corner of Ann....

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. — 28 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. W A I N UToN (MTV : irioNcsiM* june re IVII if B K TK1E EVENI.NCJ KTAR ( A> RK OBTAINED, OCT OP WAmIIIAGTOM. J <?. Cuopeil, ba?eiuent of 103 Numbstreet, N w ?<>rk. VV* 76 South Third street, Ptuladel piua. Pa. <'?rnt?? 8t Bao , comer of Baltimore and Holi day Ualtimnrc, Md. \VM. T*TLoa Si Co , (onier of Baltimore and * Ch*rl' ? street-.. can lurnWh the Star to th?ac ?Vlh i/if tile paper immediately after it# arrival in Balti more on tile evenmjof its i?sue .Vei.-t Men anA ran al-o purchase the Star to sell again of Win. Tatlor Si Co. N^aMtw Leslie, Annapolis,Md E. ??. R. Bi ties. 114 .Market street, Wilmington, TVlaware. K. G. 4? Mi/h street. Portsmouth, Va. C. T. Al??n ilia, Va. The sbovr named persons receive the Ecenins Star, dai'v, by the fi^t conveyances that leave Washing -*) immediately *Vr it is i-?ued. and wiJ. be reiui> to supply sJI who may wai t copies of tin paper. Oar citixens and others about visiting the watering places. will be ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 June 1854

. DALLY EVENING STAR. liOClli IHTBLLISBSCB. Sfate or the Thbkmometer ?The ther mometer. io oar counting rooui, at 12 o'clock to-day, stood at VO d*gre=a above zero The F.xbibition I,a?T Evening ?Ri let ? Variete wss c.owded la-t evening to wi ness the exhibition of the pupils of fet Matthew's Academy, and never d d pupils acquit tbetn setven better "lbe audience end-soce! their delight by heary plaudi's Pro peri g bind di oourseti most eloquent music on the occa-ion. The opening ad Jrejs was deliver? d by Mas ter J-)hn F i>eiM, a youth but twelve yea s of most admirable manner. -?*! h* B-ichelor'j Sale." by Mas er C 11 Petit. ex cited great mirth. The ? Doctor in spite ??! himself a comic di*log<ie, wa* actel hy E F Basiianelli. Thouia* M'liragh. Joseph Cox John F- St'vz ai.d C Petit. 1h-s dialogue elicted mach laughter - A Defence of 'be Irish Character"" was recited by E F Has'ia nelli, auiid much applause. Bi? k lUwk" was sp- keu by John P Popper in full lnd an oostume. 4,H...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. A LADY'S DESCRIPTION OF HEBSELF, tke man she would choosf fo>' a hu*hanj ^ lmJv wlio believes ?he can A trea-ure be to any man, V<nv, weary of a single life, l> much m? iin^d tntw a wifr. 1 stale we *liouid prefer, and wb) ' The Si riptures bul us multiply ; And where the Scripture can decide, Tt? proper it shonld be oiirgnide. f:n handsome?innocent witha', Veittier tou fat, nor yet too small. Neither too high, nor yet too low, \.?r yet put) "d up witii pride or show : My cheeks are blooming as the rose, VIy r ,?w are black as common sloe- ; To try my sense, in me you'll find All virtue in its purest kind. I do not ?a> I'm very wise. For grnliein* n would me despise. But aii declare without disgrace. I ti.ue u much as Nub my race. The aioresaid beautie- I possess, \ <>ii may find more, but not ?ee lew: V<>w .?f the hu?!>and I propose. My -entiment? I shall disclose ? \o widower need to me applv Vor shall F te!| the reason whj I eouid no...

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. — 29 June 1854

IB PTJBI* t ( ?l Ua Star Oflco, m D <i id, near IIMA, warly iff* mUtktfrwmt HMU, ?T WALL ACH fc HOPS. T* Mtecriben tadM cities of WaatnnfKm.Ooorf* AJexaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?3 IB per anatnn, payable?81X CENTS ?week ty to the Afeats. To mail subscriber* the tub ?ertptio? price is THREE DOLLARS AMD FIFTY CENTS a year in aAntm*, TWO DOLLARS fbr SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE How-ins. Sumlb conn ona carr. VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D. C.. THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1854. NO. 469. im nu MimisMiiB] ? THS H0U8E 0? WE H. MeDOITALD, 108 luuo Street, (corner of Ana.) IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, &c. J,?? COM STOCK, Manefacurtt Hobo^A Iron Works and Foundry. >lhnv j on band at lowest prices ? ym -tlUTA.XL> FOLD J Sli CO HMOS AND OR NAMBNTAL BED.-TBAP*. of rwt or wrought iron. HAT ASI> TO WEI. KA Kg. II \LL and GAR DUN CHAIRS, SETTEES, WASH 8TANDS, Ac ?PWtSO, H.MR, HFSK, A!?D FFLT WATTRKSSES Of tbe best quality, made on the premises, by a prac tical UphoMrrwr. Entry virie...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WA8HIHOTON 01TT: THTBfWAY AFTERNOON JUNE 29. WHISI THE iTllfWO STAB CAN RE OBTAINED, OUT ?! WAHBINOTON. J. O. Coorii, basement of 103 Nassau street, New Tort Wi. Plkmiko. ?8 Sooth Third ?treet, Philadel phia, P*. CiTiicii k. B?o., corner of Baltimore and Holll day (WW, Baltimore, Md. Wjs. Tatlok k Co., corner of Baltimore and Chirl'n streets, can funii?h the Star to thoae wish ing the paper immediately after its arriraJ in Balti more oa the evening of its iaiur. A'?* Men and Boy can also purchase the Star to sail again of Wat Taylor It Co. Nosvan Lasua, Aaaapotis, Md. E. R- Bctlsk, 114 Market street, Wflmiaftoa, Delaware. B. G Staflu, 48 Hi<h Portsmouth, Va. C. T. Ltui, Alexandria, Va. The a hove n&aned persons receive the Eeeiung Siar, daily, by the first conveyances that leave Washington immediately after it is issued, and will be ready to supply all who may want copies of the pap^- , r m nl fy Qog eitisens atfd othen about Tinting the watering places, w...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 June 1854

DAILY ?.mi2& SIAR. Utkl UTSillBSXCB. ? ?*!! I I S. ?. , . . j? A St*T? OF TU InERHOMBrSR?Jhe fcv BtomMMr, far bar conning-room, at 12 o'oloc! to-day, s?cthl at degres above i&ro A Hoax ?We regret rinserely the load vertant app^arancc rf a jnrd'uyrtt in on loed ?ilun?n8 yesterday, with f?|>rence t some nuuau;"? mender of Congress frwm Pent ?jjl'.ani* fbo article wis fttruiahed by ai am?tcur reporer, and ia hid anxiety to mak? a farorablo iirs:. imprcssi'jn, baa evidently drawi! on hid imagination for his facts. "W e need k**dty say that we were not privy to i"S eorppe--it't?ti. and knew nothing dircctly ol iniirtctiy <*>Eoernli>g it. until we saw this ar ticle ia print, by whieh we havo been thos ciuipreaiwd. * * ?? FBWir.0 Wownt* ?>'n class in oar commu nity are worse pa<d for their ?rriees than the seaing women of Washington. The small amount received by these weary toilers scarcc ly sul&oesto keep?? aI and b.idy together. Fruut early dawn urtil tbe sm...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 June 1854

dailt evening stab. TSZ G1AVX OF LILY SALS. VVr smoothed down die locks of ber aeft (aiden hair, And ffldetf iter hand? on her breast. And laid her u ev? la tlie valley so fair. '.Mid tb? bhMuflif of Summer, to rot. Oh rest, Lilly, rest, no care to assail, For rreen gram t>ie turf O'er the tear moistened frave Of the fairest flower of the vai?. Fhe sleep? "heath die spot ,?e marked for re PO0?? Where Sosrerm mocmmt Woasom in 3prui|, And zeptajm first breathe the perfumes of the rose, And the bard* coaae at evening to sing. Oh rest, Lilly, rest, etc. The wide spreading bought of the old chestum tree Bend tow o'er the place where she lies; There eV* purple beams longest gleam on the loa, And the moon drinks the dew as they rise. Oh rest, Lilly, rest, etc. Alone where the brook murmurs soft on the air, She sleeps with the turfoi bar breast. As we laid her at eve ia the vaJJey so fair, 'Mid the" blossom a of Stammer to rest. Oh rest, Lilly, resr. ?tc. i| < !* Baitmom, Job* 18, 186...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 30 June 1854

THE EVBirma STAR 'O PUBLIBHKD EVERY AJTERJTOOH, (MZQVT lOMDAT,) f*e SNr OJIee, ee i) *?< *w MA, iwrlf eypo mU tJU frwing HtUi, It WALLACB * HOPE. ' Ti mhocrfbenin the c Wet of WaihiactOD,<JMrf* Mwa, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, m 03 IS per annua, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Ageats. To Bail nboalbera the mh ?eriptioa price to THRKB DOLLARS AMD FIFTY CBTTS > year to advent*, TWO DOLLARS (br SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THRKB MONTHS. Bmu coPin on cut. VOL. ill. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1854. NO. 470. ni tiii nanus. nOK THE HOUSE OF WH. H. KeOOVALD, 102 Vims Street, (corner of Abb.) IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, &c. J so. M. COIITOCK) Munfacturtr Hoboken Iron Works and Fonndry. Always on bund at loweH p*tot* PLAIN AND FOLDING COMMON AND OR. NABENTAl- BBDSTBADS. of east or wrought iron, HAT AND TOWEL RA KS. HILL and QARDKN CHAIRS, SETTEES, WASH STANDS, Ac ?PKI56, HAIB, HrSK, ASD TELT MATTRESSES Of the boat quality, mad* on the premises, by a prac ti...

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 June 1854

WASHINGTON CITY: TBinAT AFTKJLNCOW JVIft 30 |TTk? 44 Rtw? OScr to !?????* ?? D Rticd, ??>?< dmor m Hi frM Ittk, ?war the jawtiM W IttWI ?4 I'eou.ylva-iw Iwtw, nearly ?lie ?? Ikr " KirkwtW Hmm/> lase M IrrUf HMri." (C7,7X< /arg? circulation of the Siai ?safcs it fi? most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has mart reader* in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, tmd Alexandria, than cL ihc other Wash ington dailies combined. WDBIiJC TUB IflMWIfl STAB CAR IB ?BTAINM, OCT Of WA0BINCTON. Cathkm fc Bio., comer of Baltimore and Holli day rtieeu, Baltimore, Md. XV*. Tatlo* fc Co., corner of Baltimore an' *u^et?s can furnish ths Star to thoee wi*l? Jng the pxper .mmediately aiter ita antral ia Balti more on the evening of ita iwue. New* Men art Boys ran also purchase the Star to sell again of Win. Taylor k Co. Noiijii l.nut, Annapolis, Md. E. A. R. Brrui, 114 Market street, Wilmington. Delaware. Wm. Flixikb, 76 South Third atreet, Philadel phia. Pa. J. G. Coo re a...

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 June 1854

' -LI DAILY EVENING STAR. HCH IWTBLtlCgHCg. Sratb or tii TnaaMoaaTBa..?The ther mometer, ia oar counting room, at 12 o'clock to-day, ?tood at 84 degree* abort nto. Bim -From all wa can ncertsin by duo inquiry on the subject. tho prevailing impres ?ion that the batchers of the grett cities are chargeable with the exit icg prices at whioh beef is retailed in the mark?w, from Boston to W ashiogton, is wholly unfounded. An asso ciated set of specalators have obtained the control of most of the business of supplying them, and manage to control it absolutely. They pay little or no icon to the graders than the poors ruling before the lata rise in their own selling prices took place. When butchers refase to give their charges, they have matters to arranged that tb* former can not purchase beef of others. An average of quite 7.000 bead of neat cattle is required to ? lpply t*?e weekly consumption in and around tfosb?n, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, aid Washington. From this fact a fair ...

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. — 30 June 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. irsTKB onrc up. Lorn, learn to bear, Tlnr BPed of f?re, ' The hope Of joy retaining, Tbontb woe and strife May cloud thy life, Htill bear without complainiaf Ne'er turn from earth, Nnr quell thy mirth, Though heart from heart may sever, "Ti* vwin to sifh, When broke the tie, Thonch loo**d the bond forever. Thotifh word and smile, .Mav prove but *ui'e, *So end onr blisrt ul dream in jrs Tht wither all? And lade and fall, E'en a* the meteor gte&mins* Though griefs afwtWne And thorr.s may twine. Amid hope's fairest ro*e< Tbough earth may cloy, Know care an* joy Lite's bubbling dmurht compose-. Though fierce the mifht. Of sorrow's blight. Learn .' lis out mortal doom, That each should share, His world <A care, "Ere *liuts the gaping toml>. Still meet thy part, With cheerful Ix-art? Nor pine in haplew sadness? Some r*y mav gleam, To giM life's stream, A ltd wake thy soul to gladness FROM OLD POIHT COMFORT Old Poi*t "TcictOrt, Va, June 28th. Our very gay a...

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

> STAB attkrnoon, r.) r 13tt, Mvh m PUBLISHED r mU tht trrt*c Hale*, ? t WALL ACH It HOPS. , ? ^tacribeniatbeeiUeaof WutiiBCtoa, ' x ilexaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, ? IS per annum, payable?SIX CEHTB?week I to tke Ajenta. To aaaO subscribers the ?ob ' -tbdoa price ia THREE DOLLARS AND PIPTT a a year is micancm, TWO DOLLARS for )NTH8, and ONE DOLLAR for TMR?? *8. SmaLB corm oxa C*HT. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C? FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1854. Jli! #011' 1 ^ >OTf^v . .i.. NO. 471. 11 - ' \ 1? 19U;* ' c. c *fr:*W ml f"i' b1? * *o ?(* f r'*;38ud 9T* F^r- / n i0 :ri".TT?? I ) I -nil wmisim. -THE HOUSE or W*. B. Me DONALD, I?HB Street, (Mraar of Ann.) FURNTTITJE, BEDSTEADS, &c. - - _ ? J ?j M. COIV8YOCK, Manufacturer ftoteo Iron Werks and Foundry, , .^wrMna h?D(l at lowe* prion " i*k^S?MMols AXD OS' . XAwBNTAL BKD^TKADS. of cast op TT"^ta,rf1n- AST) TOWKL ~ 4od OAR DUN CHA Tft.% SFTTgKS, WASl7 8TANDB. tc HArn, ht-*k, and pelt uattresszs ** ? ^ T ??rtrfjf nf I'liiuutm and Bedding. u...

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. — 1 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAB. * WA8HIWQTOW OIT?; ?ATT*DAT ArTERXOOW JULY 1. fy Thf " Star** f ii is IwtWI ra j> Stmt, mcm4 4*?r writ from l'Jtk, ?ear Ike jiacllca mf 13th Stml aad Pmirlraaia Areumr, ? early >y>?< ?lie f the " SirkwMdi Bmm,w late "Irrlif Hatel." 3Z/~Tke large circulation of the 9iam makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has mare readers in ike cities of Washington, Georgetown, cmd Alexandria, than d. the other WixiA i ngton dailies combined. WHERE THE KFEMKG STAB CAN BE OBTAINED, OCT OW WASHINGTON. CiTUii h Bro., comer of Baltimore and Holli <lay wreets, Baltimore, Md. \Vk. Tailob h Co., comer of Baltimore and Cbarle* street*, can furnish the Star to those wish ing the pap*r immediately after iu arrival in Balu move on the evemn* of iu issee. Nevt Men and cm also purchase the Star to tall again of Wm. Ta v'^r h Co Moiai 4 L ?tia, Annapolis, Md. E. 8. R- Btmaa, 114 Market street, Wtaiagion, Delaware. W* Plexus, ?6 Booth Third street,...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 July 1854

,,/n^rfvENINQ star. ItiL IMTBlitlBBHCB. Tiwod at 30 degree? above *ero. S iAtr Cblmrations ot ths Foc^th^ ri 1 ^ttarv companies who 4r* t0 c ?r Sdence are. so far aa we can learn, a. '* ^President's Mounted Guard. Capt *1: . Mio will leave the city early i* th? 08 \nd aeek a pleasant, reared spot. IB * honor* to the occasion can be cooln llOJfT , ^ teat of the day avoided. hiogton Light Infantry, Capt. Car Kr ~*d the National Guardi, Capt. Jas ve to parade at 4 o'clock in thi A Aua escaping the burning ?unof tn< HOT -nan Yeagers. Capt. Schwartimen ^ parade early, and will be dismiss?' iroy Jjromery Guards, Capt. P- B. Key "'iter S o clock to a pleasant grove J SO. te the day in a patriotic manner. He .Tne and Ksputa's fi?e bands are t m their best style, and will add mue uartial pleasure of the day. Amon --^companies, we ascertain that th o v.;tain are to escort the Scot U VafftT JtUMBon, a new corpe, throag ,uy- after which they go over the Anaoot ridire. and apend the day in mi...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 July 1854

daily evening star. -Mate Mgtt, ftr my Haart U liaa undei your feet, La*#?' - AV K'iU riOT np turn that wheel? Vour neat little fool wtll he weary from spinning Cyuir tnp down with nae 10 ?h^ aycamore tree. Half ihe pari?h ia there, ;ind the dance is begin niri if. The *nn i? r>ne down, but the fWI hervwt-moon Hhni*** ?w?tly and cool on the dew whitene* vifcjr, AVhile all the air nnga with the soft, lovinf things Kacli little bird sine* in the green ?htided alley ?' Willi a bluah and a smile, Kitty kmc up the wbile Her ?-ye in the gla*h, as she bound her hair, glan cinf; Tin hard to rertwe when a young lover <w*?. So j?he couldn't but chonee to?go off to the danc uig. And n*>w on the green the glad group* are seen? Each ?r v. -hearted lad with the Iw aI hi* choon ing; And Pat. without fnU, leadu out sweet Kitty Weil,? domelim . when he a*ked. ?he ne'er thought o refusing.-' ?? V.w. Felix Mif^e pirw his pipes to his Inset', Aixl with flourish ?o free set* each couple in mo W...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 July 1854

IB PUBLIBH1D SVKR? AFTXRNOOZV, (?ZCIR SC1WAT,) Mtu Stir tit* tht Irving HwtM, kv WAT.LACH k IIO P B. Ta aubacnbenintheciuet ol Wubia(toB,G?or|? towra, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, ? ?3 la per annum, payable?BIX CENT8?week ly to the Areata. To mail aabscjIbTs the rab ?criptioo price ii THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for 8IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAB for THREB MONTHS. 8inli coriaa ?wa cawr. vol. in. washington, d. c.. monday, july 3, 1854. no. 47-2. cvn Five copm........ dO. . ... ? ..a........... Twaaty do I^Cui, miUAiiT ta amoci. Slnjle copies (la WTappertl ran to a ti>e eoonier, tmmwdlatHy alter the paper. Prie~- rnn? nrra. PofTitiTtai wtw act M ar?? wtt be IIMIOB tWrnlT iter ?#??? . ? at . ? 00 .1* 0$ ml tfco m tiu timiins. FIOM THE HOUSE OF WX. H. HcDOSALD, 108 VanM Street, (corner of Ann.) IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, &c. JIO. M. COM STOCK* Manufacturer Hohoken Iron Works urni Foundry. AI*it< ob hand at lowest price* PLAIN AND FOLDIN...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. VVASuTnGTON CITY: Mn\r>AT *rrrKN"H>w yjruLY 3 IT" BOOK AND JOB PBINVllIC OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECt*TED AT THIS OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNER If tba '? mar" OMcr is l?n-n ird mm I> wired, ircand d?cr weal frwas I'itk, near ilw Jaaciiaa mf Street nad l'rnn?)lr?Dia Av*a?e? nearly apya. ?lie !? the " Hirhvaad Meaeey" late ?4 I r ring Hotel." [TT'Tke large circulation of the StAH makes it ikt most desirable advertising me dium m the District. It has mart readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown., und Alexandria, than cli the other Wash inztondmlies combined. WIIKKK THE SVBNINO ?T4? CAN BK OBTAINED, OUT OF WASHINGTON. ? a the it* a. Ban , cnmtr of Baltimore and Holi day ?trfrti, Baltimore, MJ. W*M. Tatlok *? Co, comer of Baltimore and Char! ? ivret*. can furnish the Star to tfcoee wi-h ir.g tbc paper immediately alter ita arrival is Ralu niore on the evening of its i-?sue. Next Men and Boyt ran also purchase the Star to sell again of Ww T\>lor k. Co. XoM...

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. — 3 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. tscit inTgnnmici. Stat* or tbb Tbbbbobetbb.?The ther mometor, ?o oar coanting room, At 12 o'clock to-day. Mood at & degrees above lero. Fibswobx9 os tck Focbt*.?We under stand that the President hu, thit morning, directed a display of fireworks, on the 4th in stant, from National Monument point, direct ly in the rear of President's Boose. The lim ited time given for preparation will not rllow as elaborate a display as has been sees op some formeroccasions; bat the exhibition will, we doubt not, be pleasing and satisfactory. The grounds in tbe rau of the President's Uoase will, we suppose, bo open. Thb Globioc< Forem ?To morrow's d?wn ushers in the stvntty-tigkik. annivereory of tbe declaration of an idea that has awakened tbe world to thoughts and deeds of Liberty. The day is one of highest pride to the Ameri can citizen, whose soul is aroused toconsidera tions of its importance, and who loves the country and the glorioa* flag that the doings of that day p...

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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