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

DAILY EVENING STAR. 091 TO 7RXXD0X - M WH*U? Ci'TTER. July 4th. Jiis? From many a ditUM shore, ? Freedom in day* of yore 8ouftot here a heme; And still ft-oa every stran.l, Freemcn of everj land? A vrut and growing band, Tbey hither come. And hark-' tbe Freeman'? j?ong, f'pWled food and ?trtmg, Swells o'er the wave, Asd man ia all ba might And majemtv of Right, Stand* forth in Freedom's light. Erect and brave, Firat in the nobte nee, France takes her lofty place? 8elfmt?d and free, V\ aked by her thrilling strain* (y*r Europe's hills and ptati>?. Nations cast off their chain*. And tyranu flee. Welcome, three gU^tona mom. On which 10 Fr??<??n horn, Our sires stood forth, Pledgad 10 be free or die, And reared to LtmtTr A temple brnad and high. For all tiie earth. Thrice welcome this glad hour, That sees despotic power Tremble and fall. p?ar hears 'mid crumwing throne.. And slaverv*a djing groans. Proclaimed in thunder tones FaiEMM rot am. BALTIMORE OOBSXSPOVDDOS. Biunun, July 1....

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 July 1854

IB PUBLISHED EVERY ATTKRHOOB, (OCEPT 5TJWAT,) Jtt U< Star Ojflct,?? D itrtti, war 1 SWA, nearly opp* mi* Uu lnri*t HUti, Bt WALL ACQ k HOPS. T? nlwcribcMiA^ie cities of Waahingtoa,George town, Alexandria, Bait more and Philad?lpliia, a f3 12 per annual, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to Utc Afcats. To mail tab^edb-re the sub Knption price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT3 a year in adroiut, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, an.i ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. 5iNtf lb corns o*b cmxT. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON. D. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1854. NO. 473. IB YIII MMIMiiR. I 7B0M THE HOUSE 07 WH. H. Sic DONALD, 103 ffanao Street, (corner of Ana.) IKON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, Ac. J50. M. COMSTHCK, Manufacturer Hoboken Iron Works and Foundry. Always on baud at lowo?t p-ices A'LALS AND iVLDiXU COMMON AND OR N.lnENTAb BEI> STEAL'S. of or wrought iron. HAT AND TOWEL RA K8, UILL and OARIUN *OJA1R3. SETTK1CS, irA&lT~ BUN-OS. Ac S!HI-Nfi. IIAIR. HUSK, AND FKLT MATTRKSSSS Of its l-ist quality, ma le on the pr...

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 July 1854

IV WASHINGTON CITY: WErXESDAT APTRKNrxm JULY S. BP" BOOK A>D JOB P?INfW? OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE IS THE BEST MANNER. Or Thr " Mar" OtUcr ii l?catH ?: f> direct, mc*mI inr wmi fr?a lith, near the jaacdM af 14th litwt aa PraatTlraaia Areaar, aearfty appa- j ?ite ta the " Eltknaai Haaae," late ?* Irvine Ilatel." jjr" lie large circulation of the StAM makes it tk* most desirable advertising me &um in the District. It has more readers in Um cities of Washington, Georgetown, ~nd Alexandria, than aL the other Wash ington dailies combined. We are daily receiving requests hy letter, to mail the Star to city subscribers and { others for a short time. The writers, however, forget to mail the pay for them with the order*. So, of eouree their requeets o an not be compiled with, as we mail no papers hot paid for in advance. This is as imperative rule in the Star office. Our patrons will therefore please take notice that if they deaire the Star by mail, they should se...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 July 1854

!*?BP?5??99SS?"S99P9M> DAILY EVENING STAR. LIC1L INTELLIGENCE, bTA? OF TOW ThBRVOMETBII.?Th? ther mometer. i:i oar counting-room, at 12 o'clock today, sux>d at 94 degrees above ?ero. Car.BBRATioss or TffE Fourth ?The 4th | of July, l6J4r wui be rem?abcr?J for its ire tense teat sweat.ng out aii who p-irtiaipiteu in the celebration the d<y; anl ya* they braved the ho'sna with "* devo ion lik? tLal oi the glor|<?us men of Valley Firge, who stood the eoId. the snow. and ic? of winter Both par\X*i*nffrrrtt for their couVry In diffoient senses. and while utir tears feM for the trial* of the hero?s of the revolution, our bodies malted at the sight of the indurance of our oi "net and the various Clubs. They had a hot lime o) it, and no doubt many wish ed tftat the glorious day had occurred in the inijifc of January. We cannot say they en jo*<;/the day; it was bo infernally warm (not writing profanely) that enjoyment was out of the question. The President s Mounted Gnarda, Ca...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. ODX TO UIDTT BT ROBBB1CK. The Aiunrti iotj of Jkmerittn independence. Whfn Freedom'* GodSesB, ?pate* and alone, Demanded from her ?Ur gemed tbroae, Fhe flapped her pinions o'er ibe Easternrnmr, Then ?truck heT anthem to tbe march of lime. The hill- and dale- and fertile plains. The Alps ?nblune. when' wildnea* retfn*. All nature caufht the deathless ?ong, (H Fieedoni from opprefwoo'a wroa*. In ancient days, w hen Atbea* yet was yonnf. Or Rome had cauicht the strain ber poets roof, J?h# perched her on tbey domes and gltOwin^ini, And cas' d with watchful eyes on sons and are*, ?Til! *ome were tansht by nature's laws, To draw the awor l in Freedom'* cause, Aad strike, despite the tyn?rt> power, For Liberty, the patriot's dower. RonK-??>nce the potent mistress of the woild, Could see her banners to the air unfurled, Her armies pn>ud and navie- of the ?*a?. Return with trophies of her victories Athens, too, cmn>?ed her nr. And Hparta saw her sunny day ; Th...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 July 1854

sa the evening- stab LS PUBLISHED SVXRT ATTX&900B, (nan aoszuT.) 41 Ua Star Drtram, wear IMA, ???%?*?? mUUtfrwintBM, Br WALLACH fc HOPS. T? Mtaaibenin t becities of Wa?bta*wn,Gaatga tm, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?3 li per annum, payable? rill CENTS?week ly to the Afeeta. To mail aubealbera the tab ?enption price ta THREE DOLLAR8 AND FlfTT CENTS a ymt in TWO DOLLARS fat SIX MONTHS, aad ON* DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Aiwau conaa ova cairr. 255SHSBB r ? * K9TT18IU * VOL. IV. * WASHINGTON THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1854 IT Ml WmittBffi. no* THE HOUSE OF WW. H He DONALD, 10S lima Street, (corner of Ann.) IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, Ac. JXO. M. COnSTOCK, Manafaetaret Hobokeu Iron Works and Fouadry. Always on hand at lowe?t PLAI.V AXD FOLDING CO HMOS ASD OR N A MENTAL BED-TBADS. cf cut or wrought iron, HAT AND TOW&L RA K9. (I %LL and OA It DCS CHAIRS, SETT EMS, WASH HT AN Dt*. 4ft SPRr?a, HAIR. Hr*8K, ARD FRLT RATTRES8R9 Of the beat jo*iity. made on the pr?mis-8, by a prac tica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR WASHINGTON OlTTi THURSDAY AFTERNOON JULY 6. 17* BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNKR. !> Sfrrai, wf* weet fv aa MAj ?tear Ikr jaKtiM ?f 19th StTMl Mi YeaiirIraaia Avraar, araHy eype mite M ike " Kirkwaad Hvnw,*' late " Irviag Hatel." \iJ~Tke large circulation of the Scai makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the Distrust. It has more readeri in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, nnd Alexandria, than cil the other Wash ington dailies combined. WHRB1 TUB BTBNINO STAB CAN BB OBTA1NBB, OCT Of WASHINGTON. Cathcu k Bao., corner of Baltimore and HolK day streets, Baltimore, Md. Wm. Tatiob k, Co., corner of Baltimore and Charles streets, can furnish the Star to those wMt ing the paper immediately alter its arrival in Balti mort* on the evening of its issue. New* Men one Boy* can also purchase the Star to sell again of Wm. Taylor It Co. Nobsam Leslie, Annapolis, MA E. S. R. Bctlub, 114 Market street, Wilmin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 July 1854

daily evening spar. ?CH IBTilLlttgHCt. Statb of m Thbbhohbthr.?The ther oioroeter. in our counting-room, at 11 o'clock t0-day, stood at 88 degrees above lero. Tn Baltimore Visit***.?The Columbian Fishing Club baa been variously entertained on thetr visit to Wasbington, and apeak in high terms of the hospitality and attention paid tbaaa. Mai bj the Pioneer Fishing Club and a delegation of the Empire on the 4th, thej ?m participants together of the celebration of the day. They visited Georgetown, and wara received by the Vigilant Fire Company, and Moorted to Mason's island, where a rich featt was spread and partaken of with seat, ' ?ine host," of the Island, winning golden opinions from the visitors and visited. Yee terdsy, after a march through Washington, and, by the way, exhibiting an endurance of the broiling sun which would fit them for trav ellers in the burning sands of Arabia, they pneeeded to Alexandria, the Sun Fire Com pany reeeiving and extending to them a gen erous welcom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 July 1854

fFO*TB* nil v to A lAdy'a description if Hanalt *c. [ In tke F-tvr of the 19fA ultimo.] Yoer n?Me*, <?eer Mi?, ta*? tu? met my eye, And. with ?<w !?????, a hnW ?n?wer Ml try; i.ike ynenwHt". of a single life w?aty. I find It ?o lonely, and so dreary. To any man you caw be a treasure, But <icf-t ?our \nll to your measure ; Your quoting (kriftlR w out of seami, For eVn nature l<?cki't beU*r n*a?o?. 7V> multiply I have no otjertkn, But to xuU romp* first in that connection; KJae wr might firwt much to our vexation, .An error in ?ur Bio'tiplication. Yw bn?f de*cnp*ion charms my very soul, .-"uch part* must iorm a guise angelic whole ; Your ???enae, and virtue of Uie purest kind," .A i* nchew (revere* to tt?? genial mind : Would you consrnt my lonetv hour* to Wew, With U??* content, and more, bat nerer less ; Tofether we would apend o?ir happy live*, Nor dread the world, it* anxi?u? cares and strifes; Now inr mv?Hf?*m ?nre I h*rdly know,? I am no widower, nor fop, nor beau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 July 1854

\ IS PUBLISHED tfVKRY AfTtKfOOI, ?(11'Bil rtthdat,) Mik* 9km Of. ?, o* D*r4d,ruar HO, myFyopy m/? (A? Nwil, ?* t?AI>L ACH H HOF1, To rabaeriteri is fte cTttea of Waaiiinfttn, Ocorf* ??wn, Aleiudna.-Bstthnnre and Philadelphia, a $3 U per uuiam, payibJc?SIX CENTS?week ly to tbe Aftait. To m&Ll aubacriben the Mb ?cripiioB pr*ee m THREE DOLLARS AND P1FTT CENTS a yean in TWO DOLLARS for FIX MONTHS, and ON* DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. 4ix?li on r*?T. Vc, v ?: *< ? ? . ?> u . _i> - ? ? k> i tx." ! ?jffjrj tlii . ?: ?iJ ! eui a; >3-)i'tivjn?6<f? ..ii! J tvi -3ir i?{ ?... ? ? ZjiSO i ?;n mqif . ioijl a?. x teg a i ?i'Jw. .. VOL. IV. IN ? V; Mil m torn, I ft ihc cotnter, ? ? ? / f ?n.ir? '?tP , i V'?L ?. -k WASHINGTON, D. C.. 111! DAY, JULY 7, 1854. \ t; i Ju ?? ? , 1*5 ? I ;? | - NO. 475. in toii wraims. FHO* TH HOTJSB OP WM. H. XeDONALD, 108 luuu Straet, .corner of Ann.1* IKON FURN1TIRE, BESTEADS, &c. J SO. R. CO 91 STOCK, W*nnft?t?r?r ilubokeu Iruu Works and Fonad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 July 1854

r> WF,Yr EVENING STAR. WASIUNGTOH CITY: > RIDAY ArTEkNOON .. JULY 7. : PIHIT OF THE XOtMIEQ PEX88 The t-ttelligtHctr copies from a Missouri f aper the proceedings of a convention of squat ters iu Kansas who- propoee to protect each ether in the op) <yment of pre-emption rights, and virtually to pre rent the settlement of Abo litionists among them. "Whitehead," a point is the territory hot five miles from St. Joseph'*, appeixato be their head quarters. We know the olass ef me a engaged Lb the movement, thoroughly, having resided some years among just such people. Fifty of them are worth 111 re for the accomplishment of the purpose they have In band, than any abolition emigra tion association to be started with a half mil lion of capital. The Union discusses Mr. Benton and the Missouri Compromise, oom men ting on Mr B's Peuit letter. In the coarse of this article, the editor says: 4- The letter Is addressed to the editor of the Laf*> et'e American, in reply to a late speec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. nm> <multiset. STAT1 or ths r*KEjroMET*R.?The ther T^Lfcf?a^'4:yC?i>ROC"inw<;8 Y?bt?iidat.~ 7~ , vf Mformvn art at 4 o'clock ye*, teruay a?.erm*,a an.J ac ei 011 a few bllIs for the improvement ot Greets. A bill was parsed j $-> <>00 to buy a site and build a ooim for the Northern Liberty Fire Com P*13*" An act was r.issed appropriating $C()0 \i testimonial to Captain *???* ?r bis service* in relation to the w? ?r Ww*ks. Nothing elje of importance W?l done. - , - , _ _ ">5 Board of Common Council, Mr Barry declined acting u Secretary, whea Mr. C. F. wrJ ?as ch?*?en to the poU. . A memorial from the temperance organisa tions Mkiogtht imn ? lia'e -action of the Cone* eils t? pot a stop to the traffic in intoxicating liquors, in accordance with the voto of the people in Juoe, 1S53. was received, read, and referred to a committee consisting of one from each iranl. The sum of $250 wos appropriated to pay for roofcig tbe w?t nj%rk?t-buo#o, reoon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 July 1854

daily evening star. fulttiW to fratify the fair *3uthar*tt.} RegpectfuIIy Dedicated M Senator Jom>, of TiiiinnMO _ Market! tor hi? grace; i-urronixled by his peers, With lofty eloquence hi? form he rears ;* Kach eye is flred opon hi* noWe face, K.icti heart nwrlls high While Itwt'nn* to Ui? ease. Th*- multitude h> hanxing on ?h *aoe. The h?t"iier? feel those wronjr* ot' lti? ?heir own; I bave-fclt,-alibough a oold "John Bull," .. The North wa* wrow, the Sooth nil right In fWl. in northern lantfe, they speak of slavery's chains, An?l, jutvins. tell the love the black nan claims. Tlie% ??y thai God has made II free and equal, But/trust ce,I can tcil a Northern sequelt? They go to cburrh and play the Puritan, And. with very long faces, lie^ and cheat each man; Ami lUey w.ou?d grudge one single crust to stay Th?' famished tw^ro, sn his filming way, Ci'-t ptUw, indeed, a fugitive slave, ^nd ill en the cry is raised ; the Boston brave t Are up in arau, and like the pirate fiiiht For...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 July 1854

-Jar jRir- T A*# *WJ IS PU^LLJIIED EVERT AFTIRNOOH, (nam suwdat,) ?SI U* 5ter OfVa, ?T? D Itrert, naar 1-214, M?drJy 9ff? nit (Ac frriri iitfci. It WALL ACH k 110 PS. T? mberiberi in u?? of WiahiBKton.CfeoTfa Mwn, Alexandria, Brunwn and Philadelphia, a ?3 19 per annum, parable?81X CENTS ?week ly to the A gnu. To mail rabwcrlb^ra the tub ?enption prica is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a jrmt in aitanct, TWO DOLLARS far BIX MONTHS, a?l ONE DOLLAR f?i THREE MONTHS. Sibolb conu o?? c*wt. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON JULY 8, 1854. NO. 476. THB W1 1.1.4 -Y BT ln? a fremiei vanety *f U bt found ia any etfcai?i Siuflt copy, par Fire oopi"f... Trn 4a... Tweaty do. I^Cill, U*1IU*H IB iMtlCI. Iff* Single copies (in wuppera) caa ba pililiii a the eoeiaer. ima?r4iaieiy aAet (fee lama ?1 *e paprr. rnr?- r&aaa Cam. I'crra A.ai aju wUo &a m a?eata wfll ba allowed a IB Till MTHTBlfflTS. FSOfoi^rK HDU?E 0T wm. h. Mcdonald, 102 Jwan Street, (comer of Ann.) IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, &c. ??? COMSTOC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 July 1854

J) A TLT EVENING STAR. ~ WA SUING TON CITY: PATrROAV AFTKIJf'K)* JULYS LP" BOOK AXD JOB PBIKTMO OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT TUIS OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNER. fjTThe 44 Star" omc* ?? lecatesi l> Ntrc?l, arrmmd d?r *MI fraaa 19th, urur the jmrilci mf 19th Street aad Prnaejlvaala Awaaf, acarlr *pp?* ?Itr te ib? 44 KirkwM^ Ilewar," late "Irving H?t?l.M TJ~Tke large circulation of the &IAM makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in tk4 District. It kas more readers in the cities af Washington, Georgetown, mid Alexandria, than oil tk* other Wash ington dailies combined. r5*"We are daily receiving request* by letter, to mall the Star to oity subscribers and others for a snort time. The writers, however, Jorge: to mail the pay for them with the er-ler?. So, of course their requests cannot be complied with, as we mail no paper* not paid for in adraooe. This is an imperative rule is the Star office. Our patrons will therefore p!ea?e take notice that if they desire the Star by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 July 1854

L0CJif IHTglrinsBMCg, ^ ?W X**RfOK*TB?.?The ther ?tometer. in enr coonting-room, at 12 o'clftftl to-day, stood at y0 de?re4 abovi wro The {? world of Washington, and wo observe by ex ^?t?Cou^^?th,"CiV-eS?f Jhe "-ion h " q o a T r? ps |lni V"! C3<,'tiE6 f-von 01 evraMwr/h Philadelphia, the heat wa.< n hert>' S9?re?i we had it IhMc f.S7kL"^?, Cg l'P there 13 D?n^J-?even n-'t ***?* office therm*,meter c^uld ?n* '^grce of that figure. A srna.. difference to be sure, but yetadiiferencf it' i .K J ,l. ,broa'1 ?'reef, breejy trees \* walkaof war city has at leaet thai advantafe over ear narrow avenued neigh l? ur '.ffrjol Quaker pro-eminence. Still, wc Laa enough of beat and to "pare, melting down a.I ages, sexes and conditions to the most op pressive melting aiocd. What i* naoat singular the <-ity has maintained a high degree of com parative health, n?>t any dangerous diseases r.jumiou to ihe wer-tber prevailing auurnas the ftftet generally being of ?he raildeat tvp<? ot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. GOD HATH A VOICE BT tl-IZA COOK. fVvl hath n voice that trrr i? heard In the i? nl of the thandi r, the chirp of the bird ; It rrui'i m the torrent, all rapid and strung. In I'"' dreamier* aoCt fUsh a* it ripples along. It breathes in the iephjrr, Jum ki*>ini the bloom ; It lives in the rush of the sweeping simoon ; lid the hurricane whistle, or warbler* rejoice, What d<> Uify tell thee but God hath a voice: fJo-J hath a presence, and that ye may hoc In the fold of the flower, the leaf of the tree ; In the ?nw of the noonday, the atar of the night: In the Morm cloud of darknesn.the rainbow of light ? In the aiw of the ocean, the furrow* of land; In the mountains of granite, the atom of -and ; Turn where yc may, from the ?ky to the sod. Where can ye gaze that ye see not a God! ? ALTM0H100BBZ8P0WDDCX. Biltwom. July 7, 1854. I p to this evening, th?re bare been, in all, thirty-five deaths resulting from the late rail road accident. The committee appointed t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 July 1854

M tU Star Oflct, on D 4ra*, mmm ISO, Marly ff 4U *4 h*i*z BMW, ?T WALLACE at HO?& T? Nkaolbtntatke cilia nf WmUi|m,Smi|^ lawa, Alcxaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?3 12 pcx aooam, payable?SIX CENTS?week ?y to the Agpau. To mail subscriber* the rab ?enpucwfriM ia THREE DOLLARS AMD FIFTY CKNT8 ft yrkx h? adocmct, TWO DOLLARS Tor 8IX MQNTwa* OWE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Bim?u capua ?** emrr. WASHINGTON. D. C.. MONDAY, JULY 10, 1854 Iff tlBIWmiSMBB. HOUil OP W. H. MeDONALD, 101 Iuwb Street, (corner of Ann.) IKON FURNITTRE. BEDSTEADS, &c. JMO. "?COM stock, Manufacturer I Hoboken Iron W?rks and Fonndry _ _ Alwtjrg on hftnd at lowMt nrimi iS^f^SSS^rffip.?38-1 rolfez >!? IIALL end G Alt D ft v CUAIRS SETTEE* WAS#-* W4ND8, Ac. . 'J"?- aAla' bpsk, ajtd felt mattresses th,pr,ni ? , .tlca' Upholsterer. Etxry rnutyef PUhaUm ami B+LKna. mattrisses nun to ordzr. ?treet, Vnr Tark; ' rvBa ^ *? Oofra.pomJent of the Phila. Ker , Stone City.j ' ai?o and 1 "UPPOW with yon new a?i ele?nt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 July 1854

HAtL^jtVENING STAR. WAggTNGTOW OfTY; kovoat Arnwoow jult ie. gTBOOK AND JOB PRINTING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNER 17* The " Star" OMcr ia lecotcal w D Itrrrt, Mcrad d*?r wnl fre?i I3tb, mw tkf jiactlM of 19ifc Street and PewujlTuia Arcnr, >e?flr oppo site to ike 44 Kirkwooek Hoim," Uk "IrriM Hotel." {jZT'Tke large circulation of the StXB mnJus it the most desirable advertising divm in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than ri. ike other Wash infton dailies combined. XT We are daily receiving requests by letter, to mail the Star to eitj subscribers and others for e abort time. The writer*, however, forget to mail the pay for them with the ordecr So, of oourse their requeets cannot be complied with, as we mail no papers not paid for la adranoe. Thia ia an imperative rale in the Star oiBoe. Our patrona will therefore please take notice that if they deeire the Star by mail, they ahould send wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. HCII, HTBUISBMCB. Stat* or ran Thmootii -The ther miuislw, in otr counting-room, at IS to-day ,"ttood at 86 darrmtm mhrrrm ?~n Cosoaasi A3D Cold Watm.?The deter mination of the House, which ?? bop* is not a jLzrd one. not Jo make an appropriation to aid in tha eominuance of the work on the water works, meet* with universal regret and muoh oommeLt, afier hiring had the surveys made carefully, and by competent, scientific gentlemen, and at a great expense, after a | careful review of the report by the President of tha Lnited States, with all the skill that be could bring to his assistance, and meeting his decided approval, and after the work has ac tually been commenced and was fast progres sing. with favorable auspices, to thus "stop off our water " is rather too hard to bear, this ; hot weather. Rumors thousand tongues give# : some causes for this proceeding, but whether correct or not we are not advised. Some as sign this adverse action of certain members to i t...

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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