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

DAILY EVENING STAR. ' _a , frO* TH? ?T?H. - 80*0 OF THE OLD BAY SIDE 34 IV a. ?'.LAV r?Kl Oirry Me h** *> ?,r *?*???"?. " Tv# Uav^I'd o't f tit. West ? In ilie land of tlie ~t"1 ? . t?v? ti>V brd in tfw i?r:urlr vrif.l VVittu mv day'" Ion*j"uniey wa? do?e : I've ruam'cl t.?> o>r tlie gorgeous East, W lure-the >mn fi(*t ki-sPS th<* canh, riuii d ratfier b* &?<?*to Bhj F.vtern Shore The beautiful land of my Itiith '. Ttw*? mrrr we tiitrk to the nM Hay sidt VYli'-(? U)9 wtiter.4 wildly play: T?l?: carry me back to the En.-t?:rn Shop Owthe hjmtfs of Chesapeake Bay! T*Vt crtZAit" U[*Vn tfie loveliest fornix ItenttUi bright Italy1* skie* ; I *ve basked in the smiles of the German lair With their ?i reamy violet eyes: !**? met with thr*? wlvi* e^\ani?< might turn Black mulmglu into day? Bill iiv'e to me flie beautiful girls. The girls of old Chesapeake Bay! OU,iC try me bark ! AaJ now my jourm v'a taaA i- done And ITI roam about no more; For Pd rather be back wh...

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. — 17 July 1854

VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., THE EVEWIHGf STAR? IS EVERT AITSKHOOB i nom mnmday.) jlrv? Oflto. en D *rtti, n*m- ifa, oppo ?*?'*? *???t ?fa|?l, ?v WALLACB k HOP?. 1> nha-rbcjaftj lie eiiiee of Wa4hin|ton,Oeor|?' tewn. Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a f i 12 pwr annum, payable?SIX CBNTS?week y w rf?o AfTBu. To nail subscribers the cub ?cnp;:',n yrice ia THRER DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a jr?w advane*, TWO 1K)LLAR8 for SIX MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. ?imu conn oni riirr. iw rsi imnsums. ?tBBjgggaaagff" IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, Ac JSUnK^.C?t,,,S'r^C?' llobokcn Iron Works and Foundry. PLAIXAA^T^^%?^MMOW^-n 1 NAdENTAL KSgJlg!'? wftir!?ir?ir Am> towrl1 Vct?V^ALL *nd ? A n D ? N LIIAIRS^SETTEES, WjL&H noK1'?! HAIRl HD8K' A*'0 F5?I-T MATTRKS.SRS Of the best quality, made on the premie, by n pr*r tlcjil Upholsterer. Aery o/ naiasUr? and w- o ^rrKe?M' rnxra to or?ip, N*. 9 Canal street, Hew York; [mm the 5. T. Correspondent of the Phlla K^v Stone City.J J , !?^t *...

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. — 17 July 1854

DATLY EVENING STAR. W.A SUING r ON (J IT Y : MP1 OAT AFTERN 'O* JVLY 1J. 17 BOOK %*I> JOB rKI>TIW<; OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT THIS OPPICK IN THF BEST MANNER. CW Th> ?? hur'' OOlcr i? lornlrtl on O Htferi, do?r w?l front 1'Jlb. Bfar Ihr jo onion of l'Jlh Street nnd PrMurUania Avcnr, aenrly oppo ? ilr to the " Kirkwood floaaf," lntf ?? Irrlif Hftfl." ^D~Tke large circulation of the Stab Wilkes it tkt most deiiruhlt advert ising me dium in the District. It has more rentier? t? ike cities of Washington. Georzetonm. ?~nd Alc&vadrui, than rJ. the other Wash >n*t>yn dailies combined. W Wo are daily receiving request? bv letter, to mail the Star to city subscribers ard others for a short time. The writerB, however forget to mail the pay for them with tbr orders. So, of coarse their requests cannot be complied with, as we mail no papers not paid for in advance. This is an imperative rale in * he Star office. Our patrons will therefore please take notice that if th...

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. — 17 July 1854

tlfLY evening star, ?tottl intblligewcb! ctatk or TBE Thiuvoxetkr ?The tber rBft?r. in onr cour ting-rcom, at 12 o'olock stood at 81 degrcta a'jove ?ero. js? Beggar a*t> the Congressman ?On a lady beggar gained admittance w tfce rotunda of tho Capitol, notwithstanding ,j,e watchfulness of the officers. who assidu isfij endeavor to keep mendicant! from an jo'ing persona engaged in governmental juries. Among others whom sho approached ."braid waa a member of Congress, whom she did not know a- such, to whom she told a fiteooa tale of distress. She wv, she Paid, ve hundred miles away from home, withou' die means to get there, her husband wiu Rick, her children in want. Ac ?? Indeed, madam,'' replied 'he member, ^desiring to get rid of her importunity.) " I am in a worse predicament. 1 am nine hundred miles away from home, f haven't a red cenu and expect every moment to be arretted for board, and may be confined in prison on account of difficulties I have un fortunately got in'o." The...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 July 1854

DAilA ?MMIiXG-SIAft.! u CHABITY." It & STiflY-ring >Ut'i ; "It U a ft brOtWr in ai*e<! : Seek not for fault* or failinx?. Of the psMt take tUn'U no heed? But stretcii thiar arm to mroor. If in thy power loahkld, 'AW f*>r ther shall earth be a harvest. And it* ehaierat We??ine* yield. If Uk>? ran-a m* ? nnr *?<*cor. Then *p< a* mi a iundlj mood, TTiM *he heart >o steeped in ruin * Penrhaiw* ni.iy LA renewed But never a word in an^er, inn loo* * 'th aa eye of ?com On any b'jrn y: woniau, Tho'*ptntl#sj and forlorn. ?? ? Iff lyMds nor gold nor linuses Orihi# may ?iet i?? seal On his aovt?tat h? -?ti l is> human. With a bun?a heart to feel. That heart maybe hard and life worn, And steeped in the dregs o! sin ; But a sparh of holier spirit, Tho' latent, fa ever within. And it may hurs? forth in beauty, By a timely word and kind, And the .-oul that wa? long despairing New faith a-id courage imd. Then ch?ri*h thy ?HfTertng fellow?, Each. ti?* U. ?li.Ui au-e like ...

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. — 18 July 1854

VOL. IV. WASHINGTON TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1854. NO. 4S:i. r? >*?????*? - Htm at ?r ??II 4 ? ad.ie, UMl F H i ? r ? ??? .. <;km rv - ? rntai D"LI.AM AND flFTF r viv ? V-M M I, rwo l>OLLAM rw 41 \ M-xnirt, sm4 DNB (MILLAR lot TtlRKR < *T??n. Mtiaii <*griM ? rtwr. Ill Till UlimiSIIIITS. rBOM THI H0VB1 OF WM. H McDOUALD, 10t Numi Bireet, Itimr of Ann.; IRON FURNITl'RE, BEDSTEADS, Ac. JMO. M. CO*STOCK, HtBarMUrtr Hobokra Fron Works and Foundry. Always on h*nd at lowest prices rLAis axd roLniya cvmmqx a vd or. NAMKNTAL BBDrtTBADB. of cut or wrought iron, HAT AXD TOWEL HACKS. HALL and QAKDIN CHAIRS, SETTEES, WASB standb, Ac. ?rM*a, HAIR, HCS1C, A!*D FBLT MATTRES1M Of tfce beat quality, made on the premiers, by * prac tical Upholsterer. Ectry variety of PUliadert and Bedding. Mirrasssis fiuju>nam. No. 9 Canal street, New Tarki [Tram the N. Y. Correspondent of tbe Phils. Kay 8tsne Cit^j " A gr^t fceftnre here, and I suppose with yon aim, la the new and elegant Iron Bedsteads, a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 July 1854

MFLY EVENING STAR. Washington oTtyI TVZ*rt\\ ArTEK*<>0* JULY 18 rr ROOK AND J?B PRINTING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT TUTS OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNER. I'ST The ?' Pilar" Oflcr la located n O Strcci, moid door wrat frmwa 13th, nrnr ibr jouciiaa 19th A tree t aad Prun?;lrauin Arrant, nearly appa* aite to ibr " Kirkwaad Ho?aet? late " Irviai Hotel." XyTke large circulation of the Star makes it the mast desirable advertising me dium tr? the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, t:nJ Alexandria, than c.. the other Wash' ?nztrmdailie* combined. t V We are daily reeeivitg request* by letter, to mail the Star to city subscribers and ethers for a rhort time. The writers, however, forget to mail the pay for them with the orders. So, of coarse their requests cannot be complied with, M we mail no papers not paid ? or in advance. This la an imperative rule in t he Star office. Oar patron* will therefore please take notice that if they desire the Star by m...

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. — 18 July 1854

LOCAL IKTRLLIGESCB. : ? ? ? -. ?? Stat* or the Therjto**tbr.?Tha ther ?ometer. in oar ooanting-room, at 12 o'clock *-dsy, stood at SI degrees above lero. Mais Primary Scsooa.?First DtST*icr. This school is under tho care of Mrs. Rodier, principal, and Mr? Kali/, assistant teacher' Ulr? Fv lier has long enjoyed tho reputation ? -of being an active and efficlentteacher, a ad a jocd disciplinarian. After instructing many years a private sobojl, she was appointed an issistant in one of tha public primary schools when tbey first want into operation, afterwards was promoted to be principal teacher of prima ry school. and last autumn was appointed, with j an increased salary, principal teacher of one ] of the four male pr unary schools. This required J the sanction not 'only of the Trus:ees, bat of | tse City Councile. as by a speoial act, female? ' were precluded from being placed in charge of these schools, as it was supposed, when they were established, only maiee could gov ern them, as...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 July 1854

= DAILY EVENING STAR. THE COTTAGER'S WELCOME. * BY OKOROS F. MORRIS. Hard by I've a cottage that ?tauda near the wood, A -trram elide* in peace at the door, - ? Where all who will tarry, 'tis well understood, , Receive hospitality's store. # To cheer that the brook and the thicket afford, ? ' The stranger we ever invite ; You're welcome to freely partake at the board, And afterwards rest for tl?e niffet. The birds in the morning will sing from lite trees, And herald the young god of day, Then, with him uprising, depart if you please, Well set you refreshed on the way ; "Yvur coin for our sernee we sternly reject; No traffic for gain we pursue, And all the reward we wish or expect To find in the good that we do. .Mankind are all pilgrim's on life's weary road, And many would wander astray, Jn seeking eternity's aient abode. Did mercy not point out tbe way; It all would their duty discharge as they should T? those who are friendless and poor, The world would resemble my cot near the w...

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. — 19 July 1854

VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1854. NO. 484. the zroornro btab IS PUBLISH TO EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SOTBJAT,) 4* Ik* Stxr Oflcm, on D itrtct, near 12a, Marly opj* nit tKi firwnj HeUl, ?* WALLACH k HOPS. Te enbecnoersin the ci tie* of Wo^fiaifton.Ocorj# lewn, Aleiandtta, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a fd 18 p^f annum, payable?CENTS?week ly to tfeu Agents. To nail subscribers the rob price is TUREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CUNTS a ymu ia advance, TWO DOLLAR8 for SIX MONTHS, KQd ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sisun roFiM on rurr. iti will MmTismir FEOK THE HOUSE 01 WM. H. McDONALD, 102 N&uaa Stroet, (corner oI Ana.) IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, Ac. J*0. n. COMSTOCK, Munnfacturtr Hoboken Iron Works and Foontlry. 0n kanfl at lowest prices PLAIN A \D POL DING COMMON AND OR NAMENTAL BKDHTRADS. of c?t or wrought iron, HAT AND TO WP.L 11ACK3, H'.LL and GARDEN CUAJ&x .SETTEES, WA&U 8TANM, Ac sriuxc, KAUt, HUSK, A21D FELT MATTRESSES Of tbo best quality, mads on the premises...

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. — 19 July 1854

WASHIWUi.UJ' v** * ? v. ^gQAV Arreti*ow JULY " ^ tOOK AND JOB FEIFfTIWO or all descriptions executed at ill IS OFPICE IN THE BEST MANNER |y The " Star** 0?w *? ????*?* ?* ? ? fr?M 12th. I> Street, ?**?*?? ^ W-1 ' ' .ear (he Jw-ctJ? ?? *??* Street a?d i ranrlraai* Aremme, tearly MV*1 ?ite ?? the " KlrhweW Htut)" lata ?Irrl? , jyTkt large circulation of the SlA* v\cJus it the most desirable advertising me gium in the District. It has more readers pi the cities of Washington, Georgetown, md Alexandria, than cJl the other Wash i .stemdailies combined. SPIRIT or THE MORNING FKES8. The Union foreshadows the veto, which from (he article in question (in the organ) we take jtfer granted, will be applied to the River and Uaibor bill if it passes the Sanate. It will be recollected that a week or so ago, we expressed ?It txlief that the Preeidtnl would scrutinize the mi in qmstion bj the light of the Polk veto" refusing to tigs it, if it failed to square >itb the democratic party doctiine...

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. — 19 July 1854

? I >A MjpY EVENING STAR. ^BCiE lflTELX,i.CBHCB. ~ ElfgHSSaS w uld, as we.4 u m cur own eounirr it!! i"'E?a i"8t""r""-' W" CkiEEJJ* aon C9?^ , ai?k? an interesting -ei.or. .^75, .incladw in the opera-ion* of thl1.^ , ss^vaSaS?5^ * hi-?? wa- .w . , " *ettlngten A.-SOCiatlon, 1 nifpi ??\ I 8l,Th ?*6 wuHHshed in the ,'X'K ^ir is,he ?p?? fl* ?? ? S"2\ K'1 ? who ?,t?, tUat ? ^ i wn tbe 9th ^ jBtc- 1^2, at tbe r ,Tl!l Acadc?y. wiiah adopted resolutions t~J~- ? ??m?ittee. to eonsiet ot one member uh^T. 4*f,<"nin*tlon ,her? "Presented, ?hose duty it was to pren.n, and report, a 4 by -laws *'nder that ?Lti tuuon, the a>9jcia?ion has gore on pro3uer. rfgnifieantly, in fan report, /Ve/ /A.-u IhaKt yr?suic4urra Christian Association t/i ^1?>ioan JlrrSS IZ? ItVtT; lib,! uf wo ccmUerable aiutiiy shoirn in inriCh"1*-" Jvid? . ? "raDgemeLU. made as to aiTmi rSSTf^- ? Ia'Ba,i^?> Md., tbe f.gr 93of the;?saociauon 'here iasp ken of nth ??eb gratification. Xhe report Jays: mn.K 'fis orga...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 July 1854

daily evening star. THX OOOD OID PLOW. L,el them sing ?f the battle fray, And the deeds that have lonj since past, Let item chant in praise of the tar whoac day* Are spent on the occan vast I wonhl render to them; all the worship you please, I would honor litem even now; But I'd give far more from my heart a full store, To the cause of the Good Old Plow. Let them laud the notes that in music iloat, Through the bncht and glittering halls; While the amorous twirl of the hair's bright curt, Bound the shoulder of beauty falls. But dearer to me is the song from the tree, And (he rich and blossoming bough, O, these are the sweets which the rustic greets, As he follows the Good Old Plow. Full many there bs that daily wc s?e, Wfith a selfish and hollow pride, Who the plowman's lot in his humble cot, With a scornful look deride ; But I'd rather take a hearty sbakc, From his hand than to wealth I bow ; for the houest clasp of his hand a roueh rrasp. Ilaa stood by the Good Old flow. All honor ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 July 1854

*ioj :? ft:tc/x ?> * o*art VOL. IV. nnnTiinnn ? is.ii oir n/s v * ?J roi-t WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1854. NO. 435. EVENING- STAR ^ jPUBLiaaSD SVKR1 AFTERNOON, . (iioirr kj*ut,) M IAs 8tm OflWs, on D itrut, near 12fA, ncmty iff *1* tk* frrint HoUl, ? * WALL ACn fc HOPS. Tt snbeeitfceretji the cities of Wuhingtoe,(3eorj? ?own, AWWidna, Baltimore md Philadelphia a #308 P* aMum, payablc-SII CENTS?week \Uj to Ite Ageats. To mail subscribers the sub ?acnpkon price wTlIREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY ?cnrvrs a year in aduutc*, TWO DOLLAR8 for H.X MONTHS, aad ONB DOLLAR for THREE MOXTgs. Ruio:.b corns on cm. Ill M IMTMIB HO0M 01WM. H. McDONALD, 103 Sunn Stmt, (corner of In.) IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, &c. J*H* "?co*STOCK, Slannfaetprtr IloboKen Iron Works and Fonndry. DT 1 rv^TSih*11* ?t loweri prices PLAIX A*D FOLDIXG COMMON A NAMENTAL BED.TTEAD8 of ^ wrought iron, HAT AN*- *7? RAK8. IIALL and or ?UK., Q{ the be* v -*86, AHb Fklt MATTKesses / , ****** and Bedding. _ ?nMws mun to ...

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

j)AfLY EVENTWQ 8TAB. ^ WASHINGTON PITY: TfrrtgPAY aptkrw?>?>!>> ItJLT * j-y AN? JOB PBIfTINO OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXBCCTED AT iUIS OPPICB IS TH8 BEST MANNER. jy fhc ?? f||Br" om*r U lecaled ?? D Street* aeee-* d?r wrtl frewa 19th, mm* ike ?< l*?fc ??r?ei k ?>???} ?*???? Avem?e, M?rly ai,? i? the " Kirkweed >?*? "ft viae B?u4." ff ? B ?? - i ? ?? {?y~Tke large circulation of tJu Six* makes it the most duirabU advertising me ^ZtMIhurict. It has more readers tn the cities of Washington, Gmgetown, and Alexandria, than cil the ether V\ash t ^ton dailies combined. ?rijuT UP liU MIIUAUIO **??. The deprecates the passage of the Homestead bill, saying: ? The G*?at Schciib ok Prodi? alitt ? V.'e wire pained to bear from the Capitol last evening tbat strong fears were entertained oi tbe eventual ftiuafe by that body of lb* vast scheme for sq tan<iering ' he en i e publu do main. gilded mi b the taking title of the -\Home stead ti I." Ibe Teticinafcoos >'t tbe mwt in t...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 July 1854

1/ .DAILY evening star. tuCAt> t?MLLIfig?c"i7 Statb or tvb 1se**owbter ?The ther ?o meter. In mtr counting room, M 12 o'clock today, stood at 91 degrees above tero. Tne Smit#mvv4!f Issrnrno'* ?From the Bepnttf toe Special Committee of tiieBoaitl o< hegenUof ;he sa'tot mian limitation, u appears that (ho exponas of managing th. b 1?*t jev, considerably exceeded ha'f the i c me of the fui>d The iuoome *rt $20 000 ami the exposes amo ju'ed u. $I7.74<, rt wbicfi Le Sam of $l| u co nsumed ii> sJa:ies f f/or ibe bniidirg iscouiple*e I and f^rt.i-hed, v kioh wi 1 bo a.-c-inipiisbod io V e course of Dm (.re^n; tear, the fund wjt be au^tzet.tel by 41 OO.OOO of -iccuuaulattd in* term, saved by eeldjiog the woik on tne buildi: g and pr>>tr*cung is ciectioa. Ibe p roa^Leut fund will 'hen he$6d>,tt)0. Assu mi; g i La tbc "al* le? and general eipen-rs remain MatUmary at $17,740 ?hcn tb? func fh?ll hare b^en so mcreadtd, there will re m?ii at the disp sa< ot the regents,...

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

TMTLY EVENING STAR. TES JASZ OT T1AM bt j. lit ia a prevalent nation in parti of G? tn iDj. that exreesive grief o? the part ot the ?urvivon affect* the repoee of the happiness of the deceased. Ia Bechstein's Marehenbujh, if a story founded on the same supposition j Th' momiBf through the lattice fell, Tbe morning's glimmer, slowly ; It lit ? little dying face With a light both calm and holy: Then a* a clowd its shadows grey Just ca?t, ye scvce knew whether The child's last smite, or sunny ray, Went first, or both together. The small grey cloud was swift in flight. Not so & mother's somtw; She knew no ray nor snide would light Her deatettid1! face tamonow ' They took litfle gentle Annie away ; To a sun-bright lea they bore her; For they knew where the Jamba cat out to play The daises would cluster o'er her: Vet emptv stood oAe little ch'air For months in that lonely dwelling, And a mother wild looked watching there, H uii t*rn's*ever welliog. At last, like a well-known step, tli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 July 1854

-? nit? n " 1 " .J ? 1 ' IH I ?? VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C.. FRIDAY, JULY 21. 1854. - ?- J A THE j^tolTO STAB 18 PUBLIffej) tVK&X AFTX&NOOH, <r-tom BUI? IT,) iM D 4rNt,MarlM,i ritttk* bring HoUl, ?T WALLACH * HOfS> Te n^tcriAera in the cities of Washington,( ' :sw?, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a |3 1? per an nam, payable?SLX CENTS?week r 7 ** th? Agenu. To mail subscribers the rib ?c; iption price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY C ENTS a yrar in adtaatt, TWO DOLLAR8 for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Stdols coma one cb*t. isi m wmiim. rSOM THS HOUSE OF WM. E. KtDQNALD, 103 Nana? Street, (comer tt &u.) IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, &c. JIO. BI. COMSTO^K, Manufacturer Hoboken Iron \Vorks and Fooadry. Always ?on hand at lowest prices PLAUTASp FOLDLSG CO HMOS ANT) OR NAMN.Al BKD-nEADS. cf r*at or wro-^ht Iron. HAT AXD TOWFL xiA'KS. HALL snd 6 ARDKN CHAIRS. EXTTEF.& WASH STANDS, Ac 8FRl>a, MATR, HtMC, AMU FXLT MATTRB8SR9 ' Of the beat caalit...

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

DAILY EVBNIK6 STAB. WASHINGTON PITT: FUOAT AFTfaRNOON.* .7.. .JULY 21. - ? ?F* BOOK Alf? JOH PRINTING OF all descriptions executed at i HIS OFFICE IN THE BE8T MANNER. fgr ffce ** Hiar? Ofllcr h lacated ?*? C Hirrfi, ????< dMf writ from 19th, ?tar ikr juctiM ?f 12th Stmt and Arcaac, aearly #fpa? ?Oct* the " Kirkwaai WLrnmrnj* 1st* "irriaf Hotel." $Z/~Tke large circulation of the Stab makes it the most desirable advertising me ui'um in the District. It has more readers ?<n the cities of Washington, Georgetown, iixd Alexandria, than all ike other Wash fig ton dailies combined. iltIMH OF TBS MORNDI& FRU8 Iho Intelligencer contains a card from Mr. Jes. C. 6. Kennedy, wherein that gentleman ( jinplains that the editor of Da Bow's Com mercial Review systematioa Uy detracts from fhe merit* of his scientific labors, attributing their revolt* to others. Bis particular cause of complaint in this instance is that the editor aforesaid credits others than himself intb having originated ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 July 1854

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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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