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

DAILY EVENING STAB. BltttlOU OOUBniSIMl Bajuvixobs. Julj 16,18M The Democracy of this oikj axe aa?ewha? ei: spirited at lha ration in paMie fwltog wfckA they think U takinf pUoe daily in theli favor Their leading man aajr that with a alr?og candidate in the ield their aaeeaaa h certain Chaa. Toweon, R- Clinton Wright Wrr 0?h>. Baker, and Dr. Chu. A Leas, are u the nnet pTvmlaent candidate*. It j if raid that Wright nor Baker wfll not serve Got Ligon to-day granted the pardon of John Hollet, reeaetly convicted of ?mn ?laughter and sent te the penitentiary far two j ear? A r*w tdifiea is ahoat la ba erected on the 3iot" old St. Paol'a church, recently destroy ed by fir* It is iaid the new structure Will cost $*0.1100. A Hew York architect will an P^riatei d the enaction of the building. It is a *ky that a competent artist could not be found in Baltimore. To the great disgrace of our city, a large burineep is done by itinerant renders of lottery policies. Those who are engaged ia th...

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 July 1854

THE EVEHDIO STAR a PUBUBIIID KVERY AFTKRNOOH, HlOtfT OTMOAT,) at .-yn? ?^C?, 9? t' rtrtH, ?nar 12?A, marly gyyg rtl? I4i /rrt*i| NiMi, It WALL ACU k B(ir> T? aaiiacnhcifiuibr cities ot Waaiunfloa,G??rt? u*n, Alciaadria, :;altim?re as<i Piuladeiphia, a $3 ;a k>er annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week \* tn tbe Agenu. To mail subscriber* the rob acription price is TE1REE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in adoantt, TWO DOLLARS for 3IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for TDRF.B MONTHS. Sinslb COP1B1 ok> cest. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON. C.. FRIDAY, JULY 28. 1854. NO. 491. LT STAB. TklawoeUoat ?MfiU RfW tag a gratia* *aiicty of ta(ou4U Siafta copy, par i !?????? ? ? ?? Firs eor*w... Tea do... I 00 IOOOAOOOOOO* ? ... IS 00 I^Cui, miiuiiT a iiTitci. ?7- 8ragte top*** ((a wrapper*) eaa fee pracare# a tkc eoaalar, <?altar tfa? tam oJ the who act as agtaa will bo allows a <X twenty per coal. _ iei Tim unnsnuRS. FROM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDON ALD, 103 Ruua Street, (corner ol Ann.) WILL B8 PUBLISHED O...

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 July 1854

?ALLY KVKK1N6 STAK. WASHINGTON CITY fltir'AY AFTERNOON JULYfr 'f BOOK A^(D JOB PRINTING "F ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED A7 TillS OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNER. ?f Thf ** War" Oflcr is I ?rated ?? O tttreet, ?*???! 4?*r wni fiwa I9tt ?r?r ihr jaactraa mf ljih Rcreet an*4 < Arenne, nearly ?**?> ?tic tm (he 44 Kirkwawl H*bm,? Ui. ?? IrrlM ??tel.** Iy~TV? iarge circulation of the 8ta? mokes it the most desirable advertising me tzrum in the District. It has mart reader m the cities of Washington, Georgetown mi Alexandria, thsn eft the other Wash i ^ton dailies combined. CT We aro daily receiving requests by letter, to mail the Star to city subscriber* and others for a abort time. The writers, however, forget to mail the pay for them with the orders. So, of ooarse their requests cannot b? complied with, as we mail nc papers not paid for in advanoe. This is an imperative role it t he 8ta* office. Our patrons will therefore please take notice that if they deeire the Star by mail, they should...

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

'!Vli.Y iiVESING STAR. men I ST e L bI 6 g"H"t B. Statb or Thermometer.?The tber exjmeter. in car counting-room. at 12 o'clock to-day. s.ood at S6 degrees above lero. "W ashingtgs of Old?Water ?We all know Washington as it is now, with its magnificent buildirgs, its abundance of tree?", its thicken ing of dwellings, and leant oj miter. Mr. Andrew Lilicoit, in 171*3. said: "No place has g o ?ter advantages of water, either for the 8Ui't?y 'he city ?r for cleaning the streets, than this gi??ur?d He speaks cf tbo head witers of Kuck Creek, but especially refers to the water of the Potomac, above :he Great }? alls, fourteen miles from tbe city, whijh is one hundred acd eight feet higher than tide water. ? Tbia watrr, ' he says, "may not only be carried wTer llie highestground in the city, but, if necessary, over the tops of the houses.'" The Schuylkill of Philadelphia, the Croton of H rc:k. the Coshituate of Boston, and Jones' Falls of Baltimore, supplying those citie*, fall far behind ...

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. — 28 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WHEN I WOULD DEB. II JCS* MTEi 1 would not die when winter chilly and dreary, Fling*o Vr the esrlh rta shroud of fleecy ?iow ; Mv spirits then. howler, lone and weary. Would clMore not, on her homeward (light to go. * * * . I would not <i>? when ?priog is brightly beaming, And all ?he earth warms in her loved embrace, When new born beauties all around are gleaming, Ah, then the "shining way" 1 would ?ot trace. Nor yet when summer's gentle air is singing, Aod bearing wide its freight of rich perfume ; When Nature's choir in rapturous rtrmins is singing 1 would not pass the portal* of the tomb. But at the close of ?me calm autumn day, Just as the tun Kinks in the golden west, Methlnks I then would gladly pans away, Away to Heaven?to blessedness and rent. O calm, congenial hour, befltticg time, When nature, fading, seems to droop and die, When sweetly and the plaintive breezes chime, A ad antumn'j pageant solemnly sweeps by. In GotTs appointed time, when it ma...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 July 1854

THE EVEIfUfQ. STAB ?*- v'illiLINHEI) i-'VERY AFTERNOOI*. 4< ?? Ofc>? - ? ?, 9n L, tt-trl -?ct 1*4, nMBty TV* '?'i fit* n-nrsr ??? * ? WULATD * Hiifl T? utMnkfuikihtdilM of WlAiiflit^i i"*a, \lexaa-Srsv nittiflv?r? PhiladeiphJa, i K 1 !i per iinura. pcf.?Ht?S'X CENTS?week ?? ro the A**eu. To .*nai! subscriVn Ifce sob ? hifl jui.'p 'I'liKBb lM>LLA k S AVI) FIFTY CUNTS a yea/ in arfrc*^ TWO i>ULLARS fo? Si^S MONTHS, AT..J ONS fM>M,AR ?"n. THREE ? ONTIJfl. 8l??t? OOrllJ 0?l GlITt - WASHINGTON, D. C.. SATURDAY, JULY 29. 1854 IE! IBM MHWlHim. PBOM THE HOUSE OF WK. H. McDOHALD, 108 Suun Street, (corner of Ann.) WILL BE PUBLISHED OH let AUGU3T, THE CABIN BOY'S STORY. A St Ml-SA UTICJiL ROMANCE OF LNTEXSlt 1STEKEST, UK THE A VTBOR OF THE "Pl * RA TE DOCTOR," THEULA WYEJCS STORY* THE "OLD DOCTOR " ?fc The sooces3 hitherto ei'joj id by the author of the above p ?pa;*' works i.-i & *aflH?-nt guarantee of the favor with whicn any productions coming tiom hie P"n w!ll be rtceive...

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

*>AU,V gVENmftSTAR. W ASHTNGTON CTTT jpATUttHAY APTEITV?>oy JTTLT p ~CT BAA? .ffD JOB PRINTING *'F ALL DKfiCKlPTlONB EXECUTED AT ?dIS OPFIC* ? THE BEST MANNER (V~ Tkf " Ctw" Oflcf ft* IccatMl en 1> HU*e?? seoead -**T **?' from l'Jti, vrar the *f 13th Street Midi rrBBirlnaf* Atciw, nearly appe ?iir t? the M Kirk weed Hewer," late " ? rviag Hetel.** THEWXXXLYSTAR This week's number contain* the highly Im portant intelligence from Earope received by the two last steamen, besides news of an ex ceedingly interesting character from all part* " of the Union. The congressional proceedings and political and diplomatic preoeedings in the Federal oity, daring the present week, . will be found carefully and attraouvely chron lcled io its oolumna. Lamartine's admirable sketch af " Nelson # Love," whioh wUl also be found in this week's number of the Star, will . be read with painfol interest ? A* the politicians hare it,4' Keep it before f the people!" that the Weekly Star, cne of the ( ...

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

UiLV KVfiWNft STAR. or tna TaEsjro**Tm._Xh? ther fTrcf^UiUll* room' " 13 o'clock fc*Uj, stood at 84 degrees above wn. Cr TEAOBOCS PROCEEDINGS.?A cumber of 1^,H ifL*took ? marauding notion ana earned out their purpose by a gross acd VK>lont demonstration on the " Uermaa Sacn periiund Association," who were pleasantly 'pending the day at Arliogton Springs. We are told that the rowdies attacked the nnufferd >og Germans, beat them, anl committed va lions outrages. From all we hear it was a beastly tmitst*. and one which should be visit ed npon the offender's he*ds with the severest penalties rtf the laws The parties injured ?re Jacob Kcobol, seriously bru-sed about the, head and side. and u now in th? TnHf-j.. Augwtos and Frederick Sellhausen, brothVn were sorely, bet not dangewos beaten in' ?stas Megner, injured on the head a?m i rib supposed to be broken Mr Hn.wi uumfrcffuir/Uaten? Hnwnfnio^ oTbe luSf SK^reoiuebsb0?l toe excursion T)ar?v tk *t,c Of ?5^ attack. in Which Hillery H...

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

DAILY EVENING STAR. "ALL THY WORKS PRAISI THEE." BT IIART ?OWITT. Th? mnoa Imim on the billowy deep, The blue wives rippling on the strand, Theocean it its peaceful sleep. The shell that murmurs on the (ami, The cloud that dimi the bending sky, The bow that on iu boanm glows, The sun thtt lighu the vault on high, The stars at midnights calm repose ; These praised the power that arched the sky. And robed the earth in beauty's dye. The melody of Nature's choir, The deep-toned anthems of the sea, The wisd that tunes a viewlesa lyre, The sepbyr on its pinions free, The thunder with its thrilling notes, The peal upon the mountain air, The lay that through the foilage floats, Or sinks in dying cadence there; These all to thee their voices raise, A fervent song of gashing praise. The day star, herald of the dawn, As the dark shadows flit away, The tiat upon the cheek of mom The dew-drop gleaming on the spray Prom wild birds in their wanderings, From streamlets leaping to the sea, From all ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 July 1854

the Evmraro- stab ? rUBLlBHXD KVK&T AJTKRHOOB, (nan rauT,) Jllka mm 0#lca,m D MraM,near IMA, near*m? ? T WALLACE k HOP! 'iatheeitieeof Wi Alexandria, Baltimore end Phifadeljdtia, ? ?3 IS per mmoat, payaWo-8IX CRNT8?week IF to ike Ajnti. To awil en Set ifben the nib ?ertpdo* price is THREB DOLLARS AND FIFTY CUTS a jreai in Wmm. TWO DOLLARS for >DI MONTHS, and OHE DOLLAR for THRU MONTHS. Bimu conae on cmtrr. in rail Minims. raoMTHX HOUSE OF WX. R. MeDOHALD, 10S fiMo Stmt, (MHMr ?f An.) WILL B* PUBLISHBD 05 1ft AUGUST, THE CABIN BQY'S STORY. A SAMI-NA CTICAL ROMANCE OF INTETSXS. INTEREST, tf* THE AUTHOR OF THE "PI MATE DOCTOR," THE "LA Wl'ER'S STORT THE uOLD DOCTOR? ?fc. The sac sees hitherto enjoyed by the author of the above popular works Is a sufficient gunotM or the foror with which any productions coming from his pen will to reestved by tbe public. ^The Cabin Bey's Story" is a romantic narrative, illustrating the horror* of the Slave Trade, as carried on hi the Oceet of Afr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WA8BINQT0W Oltl: MOW DAT AlTKKfOOIt JULY 31. 8PEBJT OF TEX MOWnjTO PUSS Tk? InfUigtnt*r> speaking of tka new post route Ml which veoently pmd the House, ?ays: "Tus New Po?t Rotrru Act?The acton this subject, puwd by Congress a day or two ago, combines Several important advau U?ec. In the first plaoe, It enumerate* and re-eneets all tba legal post-roads in om bill, instead of leaving than ^'fptrttd, as now through the law* of forty or fifty year*. Seat! arrange* them on a principle which make* nfmoM to the oontent* of the set ouiie eat) ; ? w>t be found in any previous route bill. Again, it states the point* of supply bj kuo official name* of the post offices thereat. Lastly, It legalises the numerous alteration 1? the course of the poet-road* which the adopting of the railroads, a* the principal arteries of the mails, ha*, in late years, fctctd upon the Postmaster General. The Depart mei.t now start* off with a clean batch of about eight thousand route*, la...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 July 1854

ftATTJ EVEHTWfl STAR. s LOCAL lUTfiHJ QBMCR. ? "? T*?**omrm? ?The ther ?smeter, in oar counting-room it it -*-??* ??day, stood at 8t dsgrsS abw mH ?*??, ?tT ?SGo7***w**t -The book with *' J ?r ?f?"Pb B Varanao. J.-:, fur nished at bj Mr. Joo Shillington has many interesting facts in reiatioa ?o WiikisgWa ??J. "e have quoted Irom it before, aad now recur to the in,creating reminisoenoes. It Myi: Tbe first public oommonfcaMon on recora. In relation to arrangements ibrlayingeut this eitj, ia from the pea of General Washington dated on the Ilia Afsreh, 1791. |g aoubeo ^uent letter of tboJOrh April, 1791. be ealix it tba Federal nlty. Tba name which ft now bean, was adapted about f ar month? after ward*, probably without the knowledge of Washington. in a letter to Major L'EnnS bv the At* Commisaieuera, Meiers Juhason Stuart, and Cacioll, which bans data Z???ssn,s'\ini< ?* ?i5?,"?bu " ??>d the Federal S?sL!?S jiff*."* ib.c?l?J: SaM^ET?T^ *?wdi?g to tba rites of ?^TmXv t 'sio'ir&...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 July 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. . iiuiuiu ron. An "original contributor" of thelayette rille (Ark.) Independent, /urniahes tor ita col umn* the following "gem of poetry \H War rmm wtiurmnd War rum lovt.?Iran* lated from th? jermon expremly ltr gfijknu mnggj rin, by Reuben. the wether pose quite warrua. And the mret roles tnckJeo from ?; bed sad neck sad ww -rnd boddy cteso down to my feet, and wet is every ttiek of close, which spiles my charrum* i sea to Jane, Jane tin wetbera mightv hot and ?he tea Reuben tints a sartin fact. and jane ?de like a btlen cofy pot ? and twr aole teemed in hard pane raekt. W i jane spoee s mad K ? broot beast ^fiood ran at you, and ope bia mouth and pat' ili? ptsen teeth upon you aavedgely, at least 6 inches juat abuv yer little foot ? > anr sex, you wood beat him Reuben that i no; *ez i, i wood whip him if 1 had to Ibllor lium clesa 10 the rio grand ia mexico ide beat him with a club and aiake him hollor. jane: lookt at me to aweie i lookt at jane, ' and we bo...

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

THE EVENING ST AH 18 FUDUBHKD EVERY ATTEKKOOH, * (UC1FT 3D 11DIT,) 4Hts Star OJWa,on D ?Jre*,mot 1*A, nsari| ofpt nJs U< Hitil, ? t wallach * aora. Te wweriberein th' cities of Washtogo?,Of p too, A'-x*-Uri<?, f?UtJin<*e and PtulaiMptiis, ? ?J li [?'i payable?SIX CENTS?week If 10 the Agents. To oiail ribacnbers ine cub ?erijKi-* ^rice is THBEE DOLLARS AND PIPTT CENT.-* a ye*r in oixxmct, TWO DOLLARS fbr SIX MONTHS, and ONE HOLLAR for THREE MO?JTU3. Sjjblb conss o?? rrwr. iei iffl intinsEuns. TSOM THE HOUSE 0? WM. H. XcD03?ALD, ICS 5*jusb Street, (coraer cf Ana.) WILL BR PUBLISH SD OS lrt AL'GUcT, THE CABEf HOY'S STORY. A srvf- yjUTICJtL KOXAXVr OF IimEXSK 1XTLRH8T. BX THE AUTHOR OF THE "?}'! K A 77; POi TOK." THE -'LA Wl'ElCS STORY," ".HE "OLD DOCTOR? <fc. The ?u"<"?e< hitherto eojoynl by the author of the ab vp i?->pu;s.- ?. oihs i. a f>uj&4<-nt guirantse of the favor with which any productions coining f.om hi* pon w!l be rro-irid by Ui? public, '-rhn...

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 August 1854

w A 8HtWOT?N_OipY: tuejpat Armaxoo* ACoraT i irnsormstfiim yum The IftMignw contain! liberal Vxtfftetf from the *p<^6? sent is by the Preside ut, la iMwtr U> the resolution of in quiry with wftmw to ti?e Baa Jma. affair. find, on examination, that the letters in ^ueatiou bear ?at what we have said ooacern ing the character of the late Greytown com munity, aad their robberies and other out rage# upon American* and Ainerisan property ] la tfcat vfciuitj: i? o^jr opinion justifying ??' a^lslely the act of Commander Hollias in reducing their sou 1 em out to ashes on tbeir re fu*al to make repire'ioa for their arson ar.j robberies. 1he}Unim contains the Ml ?aperi, and says of tbeafhir: "The Prr?tidect tent a menage to the two Bouse# o' Congren yesterday, in obedience to reejiatrjn' railing on him for the papers in the of the Greytown affair. l"be menage and all the oorrerp- niienoe, embracing toe in ftvuctions to C?p'.aia Hollius, will be found in *>ur paper to day. The enemies ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 August 1854

MITT EVENING STATt. lutAL I^TKLLIWKIHC 8. lT* or **? Tbuhmutu ?Tb? ther *?r. ia out ooaotiof-rooa, at 1J o'clock flood at 04 d>p?M abort sere. Fmtival or t*? Lmit I**i*TEr?Yea terday morning, the Washington Light Infan. i try started an a tour to Georgetown. as we meDtioi.ed yesterday, and passed the day in a mvwt agreeable manner. 1 hey .-elected aa tie1 not<* their pleasure rendegvoug, a portion of' tw? Geo getown College grounds. with the full penutasi 'n of the ooliege authorities. to which tbay marched in beautiful order fnm their! ariwery foey looked mogt soldierly, and they were recoguixed as the good o>d ?? W. L i s where^er taey appealed. Arriving at *.e college they were receive! wi.h a hearty welcome by Ue worthy prwudar.t of the ins f ?utiou tin J ho associate*. lhey entered with i t ae compliment of a 8a'.at?, and stacked tbtir v .j ran or. theerilege rpa,,e Wi'h true b >spi a.ny tr.vy *er? received, and wih a warm f rt cc-gLi iuu of ai'icr 4 few maneavres. ...

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

DAILY EVENING SIAB. 0Tr*'4ISE COMB TO-MDKBOW. Tfjm ft h that cliwf and sin Blot the clear Mae weather; True that lips that onee hare kissed ? J Come no more rofcther. Tnjp that, when w* would do good, Evii often feflowe -m Tree that crc*n leaves quit th* wood, Summers lose theW swnllo True rtnt we ?ust Bw alone, I'vvwi with (Miedejectiora;^ Tree that we mu.?t often mourn 1 )ver crushed affectk)?t. % True that Man his queen awaits; Trw that, pad and lonely, U'oatan, through her prison grate?, Sres her tyrant only. True the rich dropi<ie the poor, And tflff ptmr di^dre Food still from the nch man's door,' Fuel front his fire. True th*> plaint,?but if more true,' I wouk] not deplore it; If an Eden fade lruta view, Time may yet restore it. j! i * v Evil comrs and Evil goes. Hut it moves me oever; Fur the Good?the Good?it grows, Rut*, and blossoms ever. IV'nter still succeeds to 8prins, Hut fresh Sprmjrs are co^ii Other bird* are on tbe wing, < ither bees are humralkf. I Iiavt- ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 August 1854

STAB IS PUBLISHED SVX&Y A1TKKN00V, (?xcm BUMDAT,) MX U? Star Oflc?, en D (treat, mat \%k, nearly epp* 1*4 tk* Irifctf Hetei, IT WALL ACQ fc HOPS. Te Mkaerikcra in the cities of Wuhlnfton, George i, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $J 13 per inanm, payable? SIX CENTS?week ly to the Areata. To nail enfccolbera the rob ?criptioH price n THREE DOLLARS AND PIPTY CENTS a yeai in a/Uxma, TWO DOLLARS Ibf SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Stasia conn on; em. STAR > "U " ' A PMMlf and M ? gr??'w rartvty ?f murwun r< ad'at ? eaa !? aeyetiw?ia#ebUal:e<} o* nat??.;*> ?mm. cw I copy, per aaown TT.... .fl ? *' ' : n W dnt H ? - i|H? I I ???(?? ? ? 9 09 >????? I i m VOL. IV. WASHINGTON. D. C.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2. 1854. 'i ?? * 11 11' il tl? . . -... NO. 495. aQa ,i*r - o( tbe ?pa*. Fnc?_rsa*i CMTe. r fernuriaae who act a? averts wi ? comraiMoa oi twenty im cent. ntOK THE HOUSE OF Wl. H. McDONALD, 103 Naasia Stmt, (ctrur of Ann.) WILL BE PUBLISHED ON 1st AUGUS...

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

DAILY EVEIHNGOT. WASHINGTON PITYt WKDMBM1A* AFTB1WOOH AUOL'HT i. -_JL- } I i. ? . ^ . ^ ? ..j T tar HOOK AHD JOB PBIBTflNO OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED AT TtUB OFFICE IN THE BEST MANNER (E7-7V large crrtvlatum 0/ (Ac Stab mokesit the most denroble advertising me in the District. It has More readers m the (Uui 0/ Washington, Georgstowa, md Alexandria, than ? tk* other Wash QfW? at* daily weiring requests bj totter, lo mail the Star to oitj subscribers mad otters for n ibort tiM The writers, however, forget to null the pay for then with the ovdea. 80, of octree their requests cannot be oostplied with, m we mail no papers not paid for ia advance. Thli la an Imperative rale ia the Star oAce. Oar patroae will therefore pieeee take notice that if thej desire the Star by Mail, they ahoald aead with their order*, jpeyment at the rate at 33} eeota per laoath. ?fOLR or ra loum rsxss. The InuUigsnesr joins ia the hae tad cry of the opposition with reference to the Oreytowa affair. The aaaM jou...

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. — 2 August 1854

DAILY BVENINQ STAR. lICH llTIHUtlcI. Statu or m Tnuonrn.-Tbi ther mometer, ia oar ooun ting-room, at 1] o'clock ?UkkI it 96 dogma aboTe i?ro. D*dicatio? or (Kubwoob CinmT.-Y? teTday, this interesting ceremony was perform ed on the ground of the cemetery. Two years mo, through the enterprise of Wm. S. Hurn P*ir?yt' T **}? ProP*rty, formerly belonging to Junius J. Boyle, a mile and * half north of the Capitol, wm secured and laid oat for burial purposes. A handsome frame lodge, or gate house, of the Oreeian order, has been built by George Clendenin, the present superintendent of the place. It has a beautiful front, with figures of Time, Penitence, and Love. A mosaic mausoleum has been erected by Mr. Maxwell, of New York said to be similar to that in the celebrated Greenwood Cemetery of New York. There are about four miles of gravelled serpentine walks, running in circles. ?angles, 4c., throughout the immense premises, the whole of which is ninety acres, thirty of which are now fully 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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