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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. LIST or ARRIVALS AT THJ HOTELS. [Xativnal Hotel ? * A. dkxtkr. H.?n W M Gwmn it son T J Hacker, SC Cal F M BnwTT, Vj P Gorman, Md Miss Bradford, do R L Tul, Va J C D*?is USA J i) Tobias, Pa E Cast el lo, Md G W Pomeroy, W D Kmn.is Capt Ugdeu. USN J R Parke, III J no Fretr, Pannnia Mrs Parke, do W C Ralston, do Mrs Hill, do L B Fre ,cb, Md Chas Ball, NY J K Miller, NY W A M Carvan, Ohio II C Nutt, NC G P O'Neill J C Ac he son, Ya W A Dawson, Va M N Falls, Md Jllt, Hicklev. Md R Rose, Va J?s A Key, Va J H Wade, Ohio II Taylor, do D R Stcnsbury, Md E Brawner, Md II 1. Duffee & taniily. La P A Brawner, do R II Garrett & lady, Va Mrs J A Campbell & Mrs Duniiinston, do family, Ala Miss Duffee, do Miss Campbell, do Mr &. Mrs Moiriss, do D G Campbell, do W J Bi-all, Md A M Suowden, Md W J Ward, do JTB Dorse}-, do D C Forrest 8t ladv, NY R Risley, Pa J A Miller, Pa J H Griffith, Md C'ol Williams, Brit Army J R Fayerweathcr, Iowa Mr Whitnev. NB J G Cecil, V...

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. — 15 November 1853

THE EVENING STAB ? ~W~ T* "? "m ~T W~ "m ~T S~~\A f | 1 k "*??THE WEEKLY STAB. ? '""rT'"*'r;1 11/11 % I % J 1 C 1 f 1 1 A I ? Thwe\r?llen, Faaiilv ind K<w*? Journal -rtmtmn ?, n-ALLACimHort i W I I m I \ \ IT I I Z_M ? X >? ..?> ???,- ? U ? -Li 11 JL11 vJ _1_ il J_ I # 2S Wr'[''!"".,,ri''*' * ?REE . ? ? ? ? -? ?--- r-- - J rt^?^S?uy6,?!:llTre '"'Tr "* noil %??? tup FIPTT CCTTg ?ywte at ?>, orfrom-r 5 ' ? ""' 'lat* ? VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1853. NO. 277. ? o^tcF'.r. _ j coonnxM ?; twenty per c^nt. MEDICINES WHICH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATISFACTION. R J. S. ROSE in an honorary m*>tnb?r of the D Philadelphia Medical iocietv, and gradosW hTl*J). frmn the University of Pennsylvania. under Ov-;.udani,j of the tru'v e-ninent Profes?or? Phys ic's, Chapman. <<lb*in, Cox**, James and Ha'e, ntm'ii celebrated for medical science. Being solicited by th>u*?n>ls of hi* patient* to put up hi? Preparations, he n ?w offer* to the public. ?? the resul...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 November 1853

.DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY AKTtTRVOON, NOVEMBER 15. 07-THE " STAR" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON P STREET, SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH, NEAR THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IRVING HOTEL." IjCf'Tke large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. V3TT* la?ure thr insertion of Ad vrr li?fmKnl? they mad be brought to oar ronntina-rooin before 13 o'clock IT!., olhrririar the? inny not appear nntil the next dny. SOHTAG AHD HER TROUPE. The announcement that Madame Son tag: is to give a concert at Risley'smag niliccnt and tasty " Yaricte" to-morrow evening, assisted by Paul Jnlien and Al fred Jaell, who rank among the most cele brated instrumentalists now in the United States, and Signor Rocco, a distinguished vocalist, has created a creat sensation in Washington. ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 November 1853

CITY ITEJIf* A VilT Hird Mettinf?Hard Ftclinp?Hari Work-Hard Knock?*1 liar* Party?Hard ly U.rrm-mfjw? The mating of tlio ? Natiooal Democracy^ of th? of Columbia, ad vrti-'J to r'Hii* "ff la-t n'*h'- duly a ?scmbl'-d a: Opp'- Saloon. in thisHty. By half pan sevn, ther* were some five hundred i*T"oiis there, half Whigs and hall Democrats ; a considerable majority of the latter bring oppn^il to the supposed purposes of the ? all. Thai is, t<? passing rfwlut?n? designed to re fle.-t on the Administration. Maj. ft'. B. Chase, nominated C. Ji. Wi-.llach. E?'i-t f"r Chairman, and there being no voles againM htm, be *a* <,ul> matalled. On taking the chair,Mr. ft". e\p!,iinril tothe nifft ing. that they had been called together t? express fheir lm;ti gratification at the moral victory obtained by the friend* of the Cnion. as evidenced in the result *t the late election* in the eastern States. He then continued: I need not, therefore, iu ex mating upon this fact, dilate on the quest...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. LIST OF ARBIVALS AT THE HOTELS. 3fafionitl Hotel ? m a. dextf.p. E F Hooker l>r F Sasscer, >Iil W Wallas, Pa J F Bowie, Jr. d i Capt Frenc h. lTS? V Jno P Levy, Fa J r'yle Clarke. Md B f) Godfrey, Mas* Jii.? IV Dutilap, Pa O E Hoffman, Pa J M Moiiegal. XV ias Hoy, NJ S J Seiley & family, do T L Clitigtnnn, NC \V H Jordan, Va K X dtaprs, Pa Hon J T Goddard, Md Thomas Caton J M Vfarthali. do P Hartshorn, NY ;; IV Marshall, do W F Holliday, Cal "Mr f ant. Va F. W Condict, NJ Mr Svhrandt, lady, in- Jos Alward, do fant & servant, La B H Springer, Pa K Smith & lady, NY C R Nelso.i, Md E r> Reynolds .1 lady, fll Thos Brooke, do r W Bosup. Mina " R IV Harper, do II B West, i >luo. Rroirni' IIotrl?t. r A y. broytv. .? Comstock, Ml E S Courtraey, Md J.i- Henderson, Mina lien J Robinson, do II C Nash. Pa H W Heath, do Geo Chnrpning, Cal W S Lucas, do i; G Dennis. Mass E T ?Mvens, do F S Green, Md J Parley, Nil F Albert, do Gov J |j S eele, do XV Vlbe...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 November 1853

THE EVENING STAB I? r't" rsHf d ttitry irrERifM)*, (except irnp.IT,) J&t !'t4 S( i? Qfi- f. "i D nrtrr \\HA, nearly npj<0 "V the Irrin? Hotel, p, v *v A L 1, \ C H & HOP E. t ? -'itvv'-Tf. i>? t'i? i?i Wi-'!.iri?:on.C?<<ir!;< A1 \ irufria, at $3 1) p?T annum, pav -Mr i \ I'K.vti ? wwe.'Jr t" iiiu Ati-m*. 'pf, mul ? it>-? Ill?rr- the -i|t>??nTiti<>ii price n TIIRI'.E p- ?M.\.?*' IN" FIFTY i'KVTSav"triiin.f' irii<-f. frt ? \IJ~ i >r SI \ Mi ?\ fMS. a o\p, ft n.i. \n i?r moxth-" EVENING STAR,. IHGLB COPIR? VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1853. NO. 27S. n-iw rrvr. THE WEEKLY STAR. Thi?ejrceflent Farrily mid Nt w > Journal?ovt.unii ' tainga jrcaKr variety of init.re?u<>f rt-aJiui; ili.ni? <iti I bt found in any other?u |>uhli?h? j ub iwiurUa) terms. Os* Dollar and Tweatk-Fivk ? em* |??-r COPV. rn 1*1 iiht?nT* rnpii* (m i.r, t* T? ii i - i *i - $""<*>; I wiIlly copii#, ?15.00. Cadi, intent,*'? .?? I advance....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 November 1853

a ; DAILY EVENING STAK. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 16. {Jr^-THE "KTAR" OFFICE 18 LOCATED ON p STREET, SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH, NEAR TIIE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY ' OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IRVING HOTEL." TyThe large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers ' in the cities of Washington, Georgttorcn, [ and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. I ' ? - [ CF*T? inanrr Ihf insertion mf A4fer li?rinrnl? Ihrr mmil bf broughl 19 onr roiiniing-room bffoi / 1'i 91.? ? nthfrwiar thef may *?( npprnr nntil the nrzlday. Th? Star in Fortamonth and Norfolk, Y&. K. I*. Staples, 48 High Street, Ports mouth, Ya., is prepared to furnish the Star to the citizens of Norfolk and Ports mouth, early on the morning after its issue, at 10 cents per week to regular subscribers, or two cents each, at his counter. As this journal will contain a large amount of the lates...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 November 1853

daily EVENING STAR. i CITY ITF.nn. .! Gev!Um.:n in the Ccncl, Sica^l anJ Burnt? j *ot long since, a p ut:?**, with a fair ore on Lis , inn eroded 4,'- etreet bridge at night, and feeling j l??',w)iat romantic, they took a walk by -tarll-ht j on the - Mir ol the canal- They walked, nnd talked wet tiling no (hull, aid in the midrt of the bean's k|Ni J,r tnngini d that tl.e broad .beet ofwat-r be f..re hun *?* a marble pavement, and so turned to ; on it- Unfortunately, he was unconsciously walking"" thr t dge of the canal.into which hi* fal-e step pitched biin, and in be went. oTer lii. )? ad in the water. Here wan a ?? perdicamy,'* as the Vitpniai??fcay,f??r a da inly, a tine lds>ck suit. watch, and "tiier genth manly aitiro, being *..??? d in the dirty elemr nt. composed of all .-atrt* of tilth- Pol 'he worst of all was, that the fair, but lienrtles- beauty, ,-to??d on the l<ark. actually laugh , ?j iiiui, n? he splurged and struggled through the .|rr?fnnrn-oap. and when she sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. IJST OF ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. >fitional Hotel?M. A. pextf.r. jno M At wood. Pa R Kelly, NY Win Jink. Va Mrs Phinncy, Cuba B /oak. do Mum Phinney. do M Hemkill, do Mr Phinnev, do R T Ford, do J H West St family, do E A Hildreth, do G W Bradt, Va G Whitman, La G W .Mercer, DC W C Peontiy, Va Mrs Ley burn. Pa S L T mgrey. Pa Jno Silde, NY H W Hetrd Si lady, Md C T P Ware, do Miss E Paston, do T B Carroll, do Miss E A Abbott, do t; L Maehilin, NY J g Gilman, do E Burckhardt Sc. lady, do Jno Sealy. do J McK Duncan, Md A Gage, Mass A H Hpward, NY Jno N Hn.dley, Va. Brown"' Hotel?t. r. A M. brow*. S Boyd, NT Miss J A Russell K H Bayne, do T R Matthews, Jr, Md XV *? Bettie, Pa Capt XV Slack, do F N Murphy, do W A Niinmo & bro, l'3A Jno S Benjamin, (lino G A Farrow. Va J Cairey, Md C Vaides, Chili H Williams, do J 11 I'aine, Va TI R W Andrew?, Fla H Matthew k sou, do A Johns, Pa L Taylor, do E Waldo, do J T White, Ind M McMalion. Tenn L J Harry, do F. R Crabtree,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 November 1853

THE eveuiso STAB I "W-^ "W" J ~WT^ T| T T 1| T S^4 S~^4 rTTl A "?""V ? WE*LlT WU p rriu<h? IVHT ifTiwooii, (ticirr wroit,) j ? 1 M / ? I | m. ? \ *k A 1 W 1 I ? A 18 thwexcellent faailyand New. jownh-oontara ?^ssr""4"^ L \ H j\ I \ I J- ^ I \ B-< p^rr.;'r.rs?,rr"" I JjJ ? 1_J 11 ill \J k3 i illl# re"Zr"T?:T'"T ti. HIT ckimf?w?wy to * !" Apsh- T" i ! ? , ''" c.>pi?* for *5.00; tm c-nwi foi ? ?*---??-? ?? ~ ??:?=Hss;-?* -**-''??*? ???? ^allv\r^ t^mee months. ?i<f?i.e cnrir* VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C'., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1853. NO. *279. j 'j^S^S^T D' mediciites which never fail to 0I7E SATISFACTION. kit. J. S. RO-'E is an honor irj member of tb? a./ Philadelphia M.?dieal f- i-ty, ,nd graduated hi t^JO. fr>n the I niverdtj of Ptnusylvani:v, un.|..r the I'udanc- of the trulv eminent l'r.ifo*)r; Phys ii'*, Cha ? inn. Gibson, Coxe. JjintMand Hurp, namea celebrated for ijv Rci 'no, i >? ? i ng sol ici ted l>v thonsan I- of h ? Patient* to put up In* Preparation*. n...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 November 1853

tDaiia evening star. WASHINGTON CITY: THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 17. fifj-THE "STAR" OFFICE IH LOCATED ON p STREET. SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH, NEAR THE JUNCTION OP TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IKYING HOTEL." %yThe large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more renders in the cities of Washington, Georgetmcr., end Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. rsar. jzrrm- ? ? Pf"T? intarr the inner lion of Adver tisements tbrr mnal br bronghl f ?nr r nan time-room before 19 ?'clock I?I., otherwise they mar "?> appear antil the next day. Washington City Unjustly Aitailed The Baltimore American (Whig) of yes terday, contains a very long editorial article headed " Assault upon the Na tional Democrats at Washington," in which it discourses about the political metropolis, the Maine Liquor Law. Mr. Mac&uber, Soras, tin signs, metempsy chosis, Mr. Bagnet, Sir Leicester Ded...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. ? itv iTrns. I I 1 \y York Tr icki iiji'jii Trardcr*.?The Empire r.ry, a? it 5"incti?ifs calls itself, was ?adl)' in want n'Municipal reform, and now that il has got rid of j tfta l?aliz*d (''it vej, we b-)|< that lb( new t ivie ; t.jt-larure will turn their attention to jet rid of the ,iypl ones. It ?" notorious Ui.it tlie qui)- and rail t -MiHrpot* ot that iiiy infested with S?u;s of) ??? 01 every description,? ho. under the namesot 1 ^migrant runners, forwarding agent*, fcc., levying ! Wick mail with impunity, upon greenhorns and itrtngrrs- A fad of this description lately came lie | onr notice, which it wiil be as well to make paWiet to place traveler?, and particularly emigrants, ; ,?* their *uard. Two young folks, the other day, ! , brother and si.-ter, arrived in New \ ork fiotn Bos ton, ??) one of the steam boats, r.i rcufeto Charleston. ; ? C, intending l? take the cheapest way, a* they | ,,rr- not over will provided with money. There they mrrr wrnfle...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 November 1853

daily evening star. list OF ABBIVAL8 AT THE HOTELS. Nnfionitl Hotel?M. A. 1?exte*. J P'rrv, Md R E Bale man, Md VV T Ellison, Pa R H Uuvali, do J C EomowsIii, DC Jn<? R Harris, NY Hon K l> NY X Hubbard Si lady, Conn M/ Bacon, .Mil ''apt Bi Craig, Ky J L Pmver, vy J P Helen, do C E Buck, Pa O T Cotton, do H Stickney, Md R Rodman, do H T Williams, Va R Hi.-lry, Pa S Lone. do (J R 8iniond?, Conn A C Barclay, London Mrs & -2 Miss Siewarts, T F.urigncz, PC Va W ff Martin, Mi? .\ T Jone*, Md T Thompson, Md Madam** Sontaf & scrvt D P Ramsey &. lady. NY \V P Chandler, t)e| R P Spaldilis, < >liio Hon G R Riddle, do XV J lit ill. Md Jno S (Jittin?s, Md '/. Berry ot \V, do J <? Heahrook, SC II I ihnan, XV EC Cresap, Va S M Shoeinak-r, Md A Heron, Pa J (' rfchermerlKirn k hro, R L Stevens, NY V a Jno R Thompson, NJ Jti" H**ii*ler>on. <lo \V S Russell, Pa G R Bradford, Pa Mr Burti-> fc ladv, XY R S Thome, do J F Carll 4c ladv do J*1*> H Ward. Cal Col W Gate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 November 1853

THE EVEHIWG STAB t< rrausno bvikt Arraawoo!*, (eirirr scnday,) jH t\* St j? Offue, on D HreH, nr<n l Jf A, ntcarly oppo site lAe Irvini Hotel, B* WALLACH 4 HOPE. Tt Mib#crib?r*iiith?cities of Washington. Otorge town, and Alaiandna, at $3*18 per annum, pay (,'ENTS ?wuekly to tb? Agent*. To ~iii aut>?#itber? tl>? >ub??rintion price in THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTV CENTS aycarin ad^-arue, rivn jxU.LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. sJijiar.s conce ml CS*T. EVENING STAR, VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1853. NO. 280. THE WEEKLY tTAX. Thw excellent Family and New* Journal?contain tainj a greater variety of interesting reading than can be found in any other?u published on Saturday. TULMS. Owa Doiut amd Twim Fivi rnrri per ?mplt com-. To Oluba?Prre ropte* for %f>.0D , Ten roM*f fa $8 00; Twenty coptea, %15.00; Ca?h, invorwWy ?? advenrr. PoaTM*itii# who act aa agent* will b? allowed a comnuouon of twenty per cent. medicines which never fail to...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY An tRMiON.NOVKMBLR Id. (^?THE " STAR" OFFICE It? LOCATED OX P fTREFT. SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH, NF.AR THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IRVING HOTEL." "ZyTke large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me Wi'<m in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. ry To iuaurr the i?rrli?a?f Atlvfr. tiarmrnt* tbey must be br?ught to our < ou tiling-room before 1*2 o'clock otherwise they may not appear natal th<> next Hhj. SONTAO TO-NIGHT. Sontag's programme for to-night em braces her six finest arias and songs. Her very finest; that is, to American musi cal tastes, generally. They are the songs in which she has given most delight to her American audiences. It is worth walking two miles to hear her sing "With in a mile of Edinboro' town,"at any time. We understand that...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 November 1853

INING STAR. Washington city: FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER IS. j \ (SyTHE '? STAR" OFFICE 18 LOCATED ON D STREET, SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH, NEAR THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY orPOSITF. FRENCH'S ?' IRVING HOTEL." %yThe large circulation of the Star mnkts it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more renders in the cities of Washington, Georgttovn, end Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. LITT?laeare Ikr ia?friUa Ad rer linrmrnU Ibrj aiaat he br???bl ?? ear ronatiag-rstem before 19 e'clech ffl., otherwise they mmj aet appear aatil the aext <fny. SONTAO TO-KIGHT. Sontag's programme for to-night em braces her six finest arias ami songs. Ilcr very finest; that is, to American musi cal tastes, generally. They are the songs m which she has given most delight to her American audiences. It is worth walking two miles to hear her sing "W ith rn a mile of Edinboro' town,"at any time. We understand that matters wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 November 1853

* daily eveningstar. MTV ITEJIII. loturt List night, * lecture wm delivered by ' i |ii VVxtkin', st ( arBM1* Saloon, being the third of ? of tailiir Discourse* on Language, with j occasional critical remark* on various author* who lave written on the subject. The lecturer intro aaceJ bia subject with a review at" the early history of the English language, and entered minutely into philological enquiries as to the origin of certain words. observing that it was in the study of tho-e word*, which are daily used in the familiar inter course of life, that we are to derive the most useful ^formation. Several example* were then given by the lecturer, in which much learning and ingenui'y were displayed, common word* being traced up to their original derivation, and the difference shown between their primitive meaning and that w hich the} l,ave since been applied to. The lecturer then proceeded to discus* the origin ui all language, combatting thay hpothesis af a Ger man philologi-t, that al...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. LIST OF ARBIVAL8 AT THE HOTELS. National llotrl?M A. dixtir. T F Rowie, Jr, Mil P Gosaeliu, La U \V Harper, do V Dobet, do T Strang, NY V Freemai, USN F V Roche. Md P Gorman, Md J C Louis, Tenn F H Archer, Va A Rarnard, France S Hathaway, Mass J l? Mowry, Conn Ja? VV Gulick. NC Capi W M Gibson, NY W C M-Duffie. do Col l.ooney,Tenn VV Hawkins, V* G H Mansauat. Ky VV 3 Fulton 4. laJy. Mass H P Garoner, ft Y T A Lynch, Md G P Gold. Md BE Bateman, do Hon VVm Dickcv, NJ J Pratt, Mass F 3 Weller, tie W W Grinnan. Va S 3 Baiter, DC AS Richards, Ohio M VV Garrison, XY HC Taft, Mass J M Whittemoore, Va F Freeborne, Pa Dr Morris, Md K H Arnzer, do Jno Bowes, do VV P Jones, L'SN J no Bi?elow, NY N Bocock, NY Alex Ramsay, Mina G T Elliott, do S> T Motley, NY H Spencer St lady, do J H Raymond Bl lady, do S K Ravinnnd, do Miss Mulderston, do F J Pentz St lady, do. Biowik' llotrl?T p A m brow?. C?>l II ?rdee, USA A Banche R F. C Smith, Ala I. Johnson, Md r Beau.nont, Pa I...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 November 1853

THE EVEWIHO STAB t? rr??*Hsn rvirr ?rreK*o<?<?, (*Tr?rr ?r*?*T,) J1 He 9t n Ofirr, on D tfreet, nerrr IQfA, nearly o/fo ?Ue the Irving Hotel, Br W A L L A C H St HOPE. To in th? cities of Washington,fjrorge fnw:i. *n<i Alflindns. at .$.1 12 per annum, pav t'EVTS-wi-fUy to tha Agent*. To w,il .<|S.? iih?Ti th? vmb*eription price in THREE \N"I> FIFTY CEXTf* .1 year in ruiranrc, TWO l??tI,I.ARf? for J*IX >!?>!VTIIS, and ONF pol,l. \Xi?r TIISEE MONTHS. Vimoi.k copies rr*T. * ? - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1853. NO. 281. THE WEEKLY SIAE. Thu excellent Family aiwi New* JowniaJ?coatmn tain* u <reatc r variety of int< renting reading than ran be found in any ociier?i* paMistuxi on Saturday. tUki. o*a Dtiui m> Twtxrv Fiv? enn p? air fie corn. To Club*?Five copies tor *.ri.0O; Tta eojwea fo? ?fcOO; Twenty copies, inrotuiWy ia mIwiih Fo*tm '.nits whfi aet ai actnt? * ili be aB<m ? <1 a couuniM-ion of twenty |H-r not MOTlCIlfES WHICH HXVER FAIL TO GIVE SATISFACTI...

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 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OlflT SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER ly. fty-THE "STAR" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON I) STREET, SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH NEAR THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S " IRVING FIOTEL." "CTThc large circulation of the Star TUikfs it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more renders 'n the citiet of Washington, Georxttmrn, end Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. BTX# Inanr* Ihr iu?ertion mf Adrrr tiwmait they dihm br?n(hi la ?nr (???liat-rMn brferr 19 ?Vlarh VIM ?Ibrrwitf the? mnj not Rpprnr antil Mil tiny. The Credit of the United States Abroad. Judging from late numbers of the Lon don Tunes, it strikes us that a severe run is about to be made on American sureties of all descriptions held abroad. and upon no other authority than the recent insane diatribes appearing in the New York Uemld upon American politico-commer cial affairs. The motives actuating the conductor of that...

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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