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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. THE SPEECH Of 10YE. T<wi *?fc ?#, to**, to stnf to y*?u, c Uf*r heart! Mm wUsC, Md why ' si. tic* arr bat worm Thai iMki.lt i?K> ferUM-1 ehordu, And ?t? but boru u> die : W.)f*i mmmh* *bow my burninj low, My >ptni"? wertt Irf ; I try to iprtk, and mnkr it plain About niy pleasure and ui> pa"?; But *peech and son* expire! There ui more eiotfmnct in loo It", Note puety in *urhe, Than ever yet in speech waa framed, ?>r any song of poet famed, TtiAufti ht at ladies' eye*. Then hid me sing of leve ao more, But let me ?ilent lie; For ?tten?e f* the speech of love, The mu*ic of the spheres above. That best befitteth ?hee ! m ^ . ? BALTIMORE GOEEEVOEDEVCE. BAtraoa*, July 9, 1854. To-day hu been remarkably hot; at 2o'clock the thermu meter stood at 96 above sero. About 7 o'clock this evening, it became cloudy and windy, which caused quite a* agreable change in tha temperature. It it aow 10 a'elook. and we have every iadication of a storm. I notice severa...

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. — 11 July 1854

THE EVENING- STAR e "V/BLidHlD EVERY AFTERNOON, inOVT SOWUY,) Mtuatmr OJba, ??!>?*?(, mot 190, mUiUlnmgHtUt, It WALLACBkBOPI. eribers is the cities of Waahiogton, Omni Almaadrta, Baltimore and MhMphia, a ?3 19 per urai, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Areata. To nail subscribers the sab seription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a jrear ia adrxmc,, TWO DOLLARS for 8l* MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THESE MONTHS. 8ir?lb con as o*s csar. ^ ) ptf UUWB ? ? ? ? a a m ? ? ????? VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1854. NO. 478. *o Ciraa. 4. ft H ^ ? * ? .. . S M .? ? ? u H^Caaa. uiiiuiu is fcp- Single copies (ia wrappers) can he prucar 4 & tbe coaaier, immediately after the tens ot tha pap?. Prtpp?rasas Ci PcstmAttn* who art as afeats will be allowed ? hi ittr inmriiinns noM ngi house op wk. h. Mcdonald, 10* luw Stmt, (corner of Anm.)^ IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, &c J*n' Fl CO?5TOCK, Manufacturer Hoboken Iron Works aad Foundry Always on hand at lowest <,hm. CHAIR...

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. — 11 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: TTFS^tY AfTB&NOON Jf'LY 11. tw BOOK A*? JOB PRI>TIX OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT THIS OFPICE IN THE BEST MANNER t'jr Tbr ?? OMce i? located D Street, door wcel fi ?? 13th nrar ike jaictlai l'-Jlh 8lrr?l nut l'fiMjlr?ia irarlf opp^ ?iir M Ike " Hirhw?Ml Hoaee," late "IrriM MMdl." IZTTkc large circulation of the Star m >kti it tk* most dtsirablt advertising me dium in the District. It has mart readers ut t&e cities of Washington, Georgetown, end Alexandria, than ci. ikt other Weak ington dailies combined. Cy W? are daily rocaiTing requests b> latter, to mail the Star to city subscribers and ethers for e short time. The writers, however, forge? to mail the pay for them with the orders So, of course their request* cannot he complied with, as we mail no paper* not pai<i for in advance. This id an imperative rale in the Star office. Our patrons will therefore please take notice that if they desire 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. — 11 July 1854

DAILY EVENING ST Alt. litcn iiT>mmci. _ Stitb or m Txirhomitbk?Tbm thm fitpiliiPiirtTEij" s~ST*?2!" wi'jjji? proTif* r?J roofing the West mar ket, Vu di<cus?*i ad laid on the tsble AJijiet aathorising the distribution to poliee **., m referred. fJ~ TtXI"?Wir,,pr,'J"at* b* **? Borrows, from John E Holland sad others, lor gradinz ^ S7 41* referred. rJ^I from John B. Montgomery and " <,n ~ *" " A sharp dbMMiM arose on the act snnro oriaung $ 100 to kill dogs, in which the killh? oy fire-arms, poison, Ac , was di sap pro red, the Board seeming disposed to adopt thecal tiiorJ P!*f of f*?arM,f 81 rttn,liHg ?* large, and sS5r.ssr ?in ? sSBKSftSSf"' - w,A?lllTit*fajn WM *eo?<T?i Croat Marv P ?rlt25S;?*!j2iJS rf ichool No. 4 first district?inviting the Board to attend the ? lh.*, ^ho?l * tU Lutheran Uharch, corner of 11th and II street*, on to morrow afternoon at 4 o clock. The Major aaat in the following list of per bom to fill the office* of the corporation for the enjoin* year...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 July 1854

? FLOWERS?A DIRGE. Prom a poem, called " Time and the Ages,'' tn "The Shekinah' lor October, by Fanny Green?a poem in all respects remarkable Sleep, my rhilifrm? ?oft and fair Beam* the mom, and breathes the air, Gentle rain and pearly dew, 8hed their freshne** oyer yon Children ef the early morn. Ye are gone?ail gone. One by one I g*ve yon rest, la our loving mother's bre?st, Where the cturpin* swallows play, And the tinging waters stray, And the light is soft as dawn? Ye are gone?all gone. Ye were lovely as the (lowers That awoke within your bowers. Gentle as the bleaung flocks That ye led among the rocks; But my early hopes are shorn? Ye are gone?all gone. Children of the sunny clime, Earliest, fairest?born of Time! I have hushed in sweetest sleep, 5yea that scarcely learned to weep, earn that might have been forlorn? Ye are gone?all gone. Btit your virtues could not die, They are set like stars, on high, JBeaming with a purer light JMid the mysteries of Night; Through the portal...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 July 1854

THE EVENHfG STAR 18 FDDLIWIKD IVSRT AFTERNOON. (?XUBPt BWOUT,) th* Sun OiJUt, ?f? i) dr$et, wear I'Jtk, mar Ij ap^a ri/? tht frying IJaftt, Bi WALL ACI1 k. HOFB. T? eatocnbcninihecities o( WMhington, George ttwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?3 W frer aaaum, phyable?SIX CENTS?week if in u?. Ajtmita. To mail subscribers tie sub ?cnpuon pri-c Is THREE DOLLARS A XT) FIFTY CENTS a ymi in vtrann, TWO DOLLARS fo? BIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Suisl* roraa on cmrr. Ill YOEI tlVtlTlSElilTS. I BOM THE EOTTSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 108 luus 8tract, (eornar of Aim.) IKON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, &c. JfO. FI. GOnSTOCKi HaaafaetuTer Hobcken Iron Works and Fon miry. Always on hand at lowest prkeR PLA1S AND FOLDING COMMON AXD OR NAsJENTAL BEDsTEAH.v of not or wrought iron, HAT AND TOWf'L H4*K8. HALL and OARDKN CHAIRS, SETTEES, 1VASII ? CT^N')?, *a 1PBI5Q, HAIR. BCSX, ASD FELT MATTSBS.tKS Of the but qoality, ma-it- on the premise, by a prac tical Upholsterer. F.<~ry ran...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 July 1854

daily evening stab. WASHINGTON PITY: WEDNESDAY AfTEDfUON -.tXTLT 18 OT mo OK A!*D JOB F?I1?TI!?? OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED Aj THIS OFFICE 15 TOE BEST MANNER. gy fhr ** Star" OMer is lacateel ?? 1) Street, *?* *?? frmm IW ?ear tkc jaaeliesa af 12th Street am Peaaayleaafa Areaae, aearir *9P* ,H? ta the " Kirkwead ?#?*?" *??? "frtlai Ilelel." JJ~ The large circulation of the Sia> males it the most desirable advertising me dium in tk* District. It has more reader in the eities of Washington, GeerSetoun> and Alexandria, than cil the other Wash ington dailUs combined. pgr w? are daily reoeiring requests b> latter, to mail tie Star to oity subscribers anc ether* fur a short time. The writers, however lorget to mail the paj for them with tin. oriers. So, of coarse their request* oannot i t complied with, a* we mail no papers not paid for in advance. This is aa imperative rule ir the Star ofioe. Oar patroas will therefore please take notioe that if they desire the Sta' by Bail, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 July 1854

Daily eveningstart itcn fNTRLXiggncK. JJSm 7 ths T?5**??Ctww.-.The ther mometer. In our ooenttng- root. at 11 o'?k*>k to~4a#> ?50o4 u *8 degrees above aero. i El?:r10* or T" Wmwmtoa loVr 1, ?'h.Byv,, tod Georg town h ay* SR?/** JeLn_t\t!0U' u ?p'?d as iM itoStiJi ^ -b* hi*k ch^dCter of her , 2? i*Vou,?- ? scarcely a : S ?, ! coafederacy that has not had s roe 1 f?JV?* these institution*; and 2 nd*Jand *&*>* which they .peak | of thei r A mj, Mjier, after the lapse of maiiy , ih*"t evidence which jonld Ie i tarnished of their rare excellence. It is wilh pleasure, then, that we avail ourselros ef toe opportunity aif-xded to-day of nctieing the aanu-il exhibi ion of tho Washing on Semiaa fJ?***minary .w,h.icI* id n?*inl/ indebted for lis present n Hin-Ling ooi.ditton and deserved i popularity to ti? able supervision t>f i s prin cipal. the Rer Mr. Barber, whocombines with the infractor the kindly offices of friend and pWBt Tbe exhibition took pla*e at the SSi'i: KL hi??...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR* TEX XAIDCrft CHOICE A p nj m?'d nt hjr hrr cotTajr tre*, A bwifAl a?M, at (he dawn of day; 0*r mwitkg fetl idle upam her knee? For her Mart tad her UieutfMa ware (** away ; Wfcca a aabcf aid wooer cuk up the dell, A woo* wboee bopes, oae would Uuak were few; But a maiden*1 hem is a pui*T? U> tell? And though oM his toce?jret his coat was l Oh, a young maid1* heart is a pazzle to telK An?! thou^ito'd b s race?yet hit eoat was new. The wooer he fave her a wltiful look? A ad wMflifc too. were the words he said. tVbile merry the ?unf, like a summer brook, J ad played with her needle, aad kaotted tbt thread. 0% apoke of the ring aud the wedding eliioie, Be pressed her band, aad be bended hla knee, Aad tae beggid and isplorrd her to ft* the timer No?g'j and ask my mother, said she: Oh, fix it yo?r3elf, my darling, said be? Wo?go and ask my mother, said ebe. Scare? inte the bouse bad the wooer gone, When a young man leaned o'er a neighboring style, And sad was the lo...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 July 1854

WASHINGTON. D. C., THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1854 ? . 480. ^ THE BVfc'ffUfQ. STAB BLISHED BVBBf AFTEttNOOB ?XCWPT SCJBUT,) .. in. >r ?*, on U ttrMOT lata, Marty t+v *r* lh* hrak H^Ui, ?' WALLACHhHOrt Pe tubecrtbereintnccitice of Washington (W ,wn. Aifjisdru, l*Jtimore and PhiladcIyVda"* W iM r P?y*W?-8IX CENTS ?week F to the A***. To ?fcu] rabscriber> ^ wk ?npti(? pnce is TH&HB DOLLARS AND FIFTY *7t V ,\ti? ? ^'nC*' TWO IK)LLARS f? \ ,nd OYE HOLLAE for THREE _ aSm <<m?* ?? c?irr. ? OT YOMApEHTISEMEITS. IRON FURNIXURB, BEDSTEADS, &c. tJ"2 cO?*T'?CK, Maanfacturar Hnboken Iron WGrki and Foundry. _ . . Alw*T? "n h*nd at Jowe^ o-icas "iite&r sss'K'? 1R*^,r?.0:,{/i<r AyD towel rnhn. -l *nJ QASDKS CHAIRS, SETTEES, WA&1I BT*Xi>8,Ac jyt!TQ' DAIR' HlSK. A?D FCLT XATTRSS3RS jr1" Pni?,u,r,^.rr4? 9 r, . *k*l Uphoisterer. Every randy ryUifulert and Saldino. O riLLKD To OEJgR. York; ! * *? Ccn-e?poiHent jf the Phila Kev Htone City i ? oi.^'hi *cJ I sapper with you a^o. i...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON PITY: THC8SDAY AFTEBWOOW JULY J3 OF BOOK AND JOB PBIftTINC: OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT THI3 OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNER. Cf The " liar" Oflrf ?? !?????* ?* D lirfci, ircaid 4?r wf?t (reus 19th. ?ear the Jane lie ? ef I4lh Street Peaatrlraaia Ateaaf, ? early oppf aite te the ** KirkwMi Heeee>** lst> Nlnlif Betel.?? [?7~Tke large circulation of the Sta* makes it the most desirable advertising mr dium in the District. It has more reader in the cities of Washington, (reorgetetor cmd Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. EF"We are daily receiving request* by letter, to mail the Star to city subscribers and othera for a abort time. Tbe writers, however forget to mail the pay for them with tbe order*. So, of oourse their request! cannot be complied with, as we mail no papers not paid for in advance. This is an imperative role in the Star office. Our patrons will therefore please take notice that if they desire tbe Star by mail,...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 July 1854

X eo ?i Jk 4. i 1/ DAILY EVENING STAB tOCH IWTBLLICSWCK. ^ ^ ?wSgg sr. ;:a octa5i RB-OROAXMATlua OF TH* DISTRICT OP Po ? "2! V JP?I' 1AKV STSTZM -It wiflLf , ec'ed that o;? the ?ath ultimo \ir reco1" ; r ed from tae House Judici .,v r i * re" Mali for the entire re-onrani?$ Committee, a ^triei i Judiciary It has ius- h* ' and we hasten tZ Uy taarj- of its provisions. as follows yil ?ra:r ? "d ?^-!-s.sks Section two establish** > Ple-is with onA . court of common rie-i* witn one judge, and invests it with the 'TJel'u ?ftSrwi^g^JiiJ^1 ItfLrZ ,tr :??-?tdfilXuXS March SfrfiS."? Dtc'u,U'- ? hi LV?iiT, * ruIa d*y tor il> e?ept on " I *j 6Dja term Ct,mm?&ces, when the preceding Monday is to be the rule day the ruiej icay continue three days; establishes a doenet for that court, and provides how tha rule* shall be disposed of hy declarations ?t "'..iti-y*11'"' MSt beetion three eetablishes a oonrt of with onejadge and gives it the preWntSf; jurisdi^??ou of theclrcuitconrt.wuh thos...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. [rOK TBI STAR. TO 3KXL3. ? S P , of Washington. i^ay, ?5?iriti" conjr.ial?**y, fm it be wronf, To wake from thp lyi* the spirit of song ; in praise of a spirit, though pure, not divine, The sparkling ?piril of bright flowing wine i The spirit that flushes the cheek and the vein, Which France may pve birth?but Britain a name. " Prinoe Rep>i t,'" most channinf to lipii and to soul, Thy lover's attest, while they 'circle thy bowl, While feeling and friendship arj cherish'd so oft, Bv hearts th^re comrainilinf in sentiment soft; Then long be r- member'd, to pride and delight, The reign of '* Prince Re-ent,'* the spirit or night Fair%dy. the wine cup hiu charms in its wavr, I may love and may quaff?it cannot enslave; I lov'd the " Prince Regent," that spirit diviac, Hut lov'd it the more because it was thine. Lone. long then rememher'd. bv wand'rere Uke me. The wine cup I fill'd in triendi'bip v> thee. Arkansas. I>rrres of Adopted Citizen's.?There is one duty...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 July 1854

= VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1854. NO. 481. | *======== __ i rrrmn? ~ THB BVEWniQ BTA1 tf PlBLltfltU) tYKfct AFTtMl'H'P i?im wow**,) JMhr OfU,aw l> +ml, mar IVA, n*m^9fr> mt$ Ma frvwf HatM, ? v WALL ACH k BOP*. Ts su oar fibers in the cities of Washington ,0?or|e ttwn, Alexandra, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a |J If pft annum, paynNe?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Ageats. To uifl subscriber* the rab scnpuon price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CKVm a yrar in orfranrs, TWO DOLLAR8 ft?r , SIX MONTHS, wlONB DOLLAR Tar THREE MONTH*}. 8aau ronu om amm. ilil TIM MBfflTO ? THE H0U8I OTWM. H. McDONALD, 10t Runn StrMt, (earner of Ami.) I IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, Sc. JMO. M. COJMTOCK, Monvf.ctnr.r Hobokfn Iron Works and Foundry. _r t,-.-*1"*?8 nn haad *t lowest p-tees K A M I^C t a , CO* *? A ND OR. N AMENTAL BED.ST BADS, of caat or wrought iron. IIAT AND TOWEL RACKS. HALL and GARDnN CHAIRS, SETTEES, WA&H fcTANDS, *e BPRIHQ, HAIR, HUSK, AND PBLT XATTRKSSKS Of th* beat HiaHty. f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITT: TODAY An***?OON JULY 14., y BOOK. AND JOB PKUVTIR6 Of ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNER. QT The " 8tar" Otter U lacaM JD luwt, wr?l freaa 12lb, ?far Ikr jaMtiw ?f 1'iUi Html mm* Pfi??Tl?onia Aveaar, ararfy ?>>>. ?itr !? tbr " Klrkwaael Qmw," late ?'?rrlai Hotel." KT'Tke large circulation of the Stab ituJus it tke most desirable advertising me dium in tke District. It kas more readers tn tke cities of Wasking on, Georgetovm, ,md Alexandria. tkan dl tke otker Wash ington dailies combined. BP" We are daily receiving request* by the Star to city sabwriben and others for a snort time. The writers, however, forget to mail the pay for them with the orders. So, of course their requests cannot be complied with, as we mail no papers not paid for in advance. Thij it an imperative rule in the Star office. Our patrons will therefore please take notioe that if they deeire the Star by mail, they should send with their order*, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 July 1854

daily evening star. "tacit imbuldbhcit grir* or tm thrf mr^"T io oar counting-room, At 12 o'clock ^4*/, stood ?t 76 degrooa above lero. COKO.XIBS A5D JcKOttS FOB TH* DISTRICT 0r CoLrvBiA ?For the information of our dis uai fellow citizens. we herewith publish at ;*Bgth the 17th section of Mr May's bill to ^organize the District Judiciary, which pro poses t? make very important and extensive rfasngeo in tho system in which jurors are efaosen here, and also with reference to the do'ies of the coroner for the Distiiet ?f Colom bia. This section is as follows : "See. 17. And be it further enacted. That there shall be appointed by the President of the United States, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, a coroner for the city of Washington. Cor the city ot Georgetown, and for the oounty of Washington, respectively; each of whom shall be appointed from, and be a resident of, the place for which he may be appointed daring his term of office, which shall be foT the term of five ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 July 1854

JAiiffiaafENflfQ STAR. -11 i -XUfi FADED B08X. V?*s, bind OtfJb<'ow' Tbuu liajit andJau*bu>f i ? - -*rr?irwlMB?#?tM ft WlfT be niwm, ? - .ACtS-'>On HTITUB* '?ilK '? "" 'T* frtVi'Tv aftOr. tan -m>oi. lh?- bloom Fro ii iiTCmm rai<>? "??y filde; ,V-' -**iw 'lOlIf n*> >*'*1 IW (iouui ' ^i?J jftin if with jhe dead, To his hall of re>?t, . ... lu Uie gbldti) We*i, .Jf?< iAeJ>? iJi.iat orfc sink* low. * 7^ Tnt Moommg rose ?*?" ''Tjsivbe mny lose, *" * V* fc^rf*urMotfow-,i!*?rswl, *' Wwr ^^di) to flow. TrlT human life h like that root;, A weak and fragile thing: In Nature'* garden fine it grows, Farm 'J fcy thi wlnCs of hprior. Jv* w juj+- \M~u ??* rutaU-ctmi "fit ajijj s bl??rt ituuutfii;. . Ni^Vf?t ati? Mi?e??e h.? t>l<N>m Is o'er? ? - -*1 rtwes da.' , Uirews wucs, j. . Though licht enthrone* 4fUy threhead fair to lave " mj a*nrl<j of care Thy hrart may wear, ?' 'Hi.u bend*it tor the grave, dear girl, That lieutlftit for the grave. . JjiLIMOBX ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 July 1854

VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1854. the evening star PUBLISHED KVKKY AFTERNOON, (nan scwuy,) plkiStar Otfks, on D rfriif, ncor 13U, mmrlf vffo nU tiu Ining IJtUi, II WALLACE k HO PI. ft initenbcnin the cities of VVashin|ton,0?erg? 0wa, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a |3 19 per an nam, payable?SIX CENTS?week iv to the Agent*. To mail subscribers the nb icripuon price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in ad tone*, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Slksu cop:m oni cut. m m mrapis. FROM THE HOUSE OF WK. H. McDONALD, 108 Naasau Street, (corner of Ann.) IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, &c. J2IO. M> COM STOCK, Manufacturer Hoboken Iron Worki ami Foundry. Always on hind at lowest prices PLAIX AND FOLDING COMMON AND OR NAMENTAL BEDSTEADS, of cast or wrought iron, HAT AND TOWEL RA'JK*. HALL and OA It DEN CHAIRS, SETTEES, WASH STANDS, Ac BFRISO, HAIR, BUSK, AMD FKLT HATTRESSB9 Of the best quality, made on the premises, by aprao tical...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. 1 WASHINGTON CITY: ?ATUEDAY AFTERNOON IS. J3T BOOK AND JOB PBINTIJJC or ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT j THI3 OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNER. jy Xke 44 Star" OOlcr is located oo r? street, iM?id 4??r west freoa 13th, near (be jiactin ef l'ilk Street nnd PMUTiTOoi* Avtanr, arnrlj eppe ? iu to (he 44 Kirk weed Hennf,** late M lrrfi| Hetel." \Z7~Tke large circulation of the Star maJus it the most desirable advertising mc ririm in the District. It has m.rre readers tn the cities of Washington, Georgetown, rrrui Alexandriay than cf. ike other Wash tnztondaxLUs combined. ty We are dai.'y receiving requests by letter, to mail the Star to city subscribers and others for a short time. The writers, however, f- rget to mail the pay for them with the order*. 6o, of coarse their request* cannot be complied with, as we mail no papers not paid for in advance This is an imperative role in the Star office. Onr patrons will therefore please take notice that if they desire the Star by mai...

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. — 15 July 1854

I 1 EVENING STAR. ~t>cn intkuibkhcb~ Stati or tbe Thbbmoiibtbr.?The ther ^eter. in our counting-room. at 12 o'clock ^y, itood at <9 degrees above tero. purnARr School No. ')?Fibpt Distbict.? *:hool, which was examined yesterday, wts first opened in the basement of the Lu ijeran Church, in March last Some of the pupils were transferred from other schools, but a large number were new scholars, and -ommenced with the alphabet. It is a double ?chool, under the care of Mis* MiJdleton as principal teacher, and Miss Baker as assistant Whole number of pupils 105, boys 61, girls 44* boys preset at the examination 55, girls 26 ' in this district it has been the policy of the TrB?tees to bare separate schools for the sexes but the difficulty of procuring suitable school rooms. and the nature of the locality, has com piled thtrn to establish one school in the first '.\ ard and one in the Second "Ward in which both sexes are taught. For obvious reasons it is to be hoped that suitable schoo...

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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