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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 January 1854

the ETimire itab |w rnuiHfD ivert Arriuoon, (Kicxrr bcroat,) the Stmr Ofu e, on D tfrtrt, mar 19U, nearly wO* tkt Irring Hotel, Br WALLACH k HOPE. To ?ab^criNr in thecitie* of Washinjton,George town, an-t A'esandria, at *3 It per annum, p*y at-f???fx CENTS?weekly to '.he Areata. To ?iail mi toolbar* the subscription price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CR.VTS a vearin aJ-utnce, TWO DOLLARS f?r ffX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Siiet.c copier ?? ri!rr. VOL. III. EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1854. NO. 317. tat wimi star. Thi? excellent Family ai*4 N?w? Journal?contain tning a greatur variety of interestiat -sadin? 'arrcrr be found in aajr otfter?* pot>l?(i?o rm " Orb Dollar axb Twertt-Pitr ?nm ?<?r w>ft? ?"R Clnh*?Fire copies for $5.00, Ten copir* tot #8 00; TweRty copies, #15.09; Onah, inrariaMy m Pornurrnfl who act a* ufvnta nrfll be iHowri commiaaion of twenty per cent. VAN DEU SEN'S IMPROVED WAHPENE. rpIIE proprietors of the ahorc valuable s...

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. — 3 January 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. * . r?-. - ' ? ^ WASHINGTON CITY* TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 3. (&-THE " STAR" OFFICE 18 LOCATED ON D STREET, SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH, NEAR THfiJf NOTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S " IRVING HOTEL." HT Ml advertisements published in the Star, earfr.pt ing thone sent by onr quarterly or yearly mmMomers, must be foul fmr when or dered. No attention will be paid to transient advrrtixemeni* sent by mail or marked in other papers for the Stab, nuless aotompanied by the moH+y. FROGELfS OF THE STAB. The law entitles the newspaper having the largest circulation within the delivery of the post-office of the city in whic: it is printed, to the advertisements of the lists of letters?uncalled for. The Post master General, to the end of correctly ascertaining which papers contending for them have rsally the largest circulation, as explained above, has adopted a regu lation fixing the first Monday in January in each rear, as the day...

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. — 3 January 1854

DAILY EVENTNA STAR. C?T? ITIWi. The Mmorin of the MetropolU^A pamphlet on the ituTf subject. consisting of i discourse M<tnd on Thanksgiving Day, by the Rev. Byron Sander liiuj, has been lately published, from which we have ondensed the following item* : The original patents and the line* of the Am sur vey* of the ground on which the city of Washington now stands, werr made out a hundred years before the city survey wa? undertaken, for Richard Pianer, William Lang worth, Captain Troop, and Francis p.>pe. The latter, with a prophetic eye, as it were, in the future exalUdnes* of his farm, called bis estate and the stream that watered it, by the august names of Rome and the Tiber. On the 15th of April, 1791, the corner .-tone of the District of Columbia, was set up below Alexandria, and in ibe public concourse, the Minister of the Cms* pronounced the prayer* of the infant nation Shortly after, the other comer stone? were set, and the soil thus ?!???" I was con-crated thenceforth,...

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. — 3 January 1854

LIST OP ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. Brsffii' H??el-i r. A M. aaowr. A T> 3moot, Md Mr Welling, NY , f |? Jones, Va 1j B Blikei Als H M Mucneli, J" J L Garnett, V? T t: Merchant, NY J A Sprig*, Md Misn P Merchant, do J W Showacre J S Primrose, Pa A Green, Va I. Williamson, Va WH Gilden,NY_ J William?, do W P W'Paft. Vt J Alexander, do O Gregory, Bid J H Reddick, NC Rel*rg, NY P E Hall, Ga P Newman. Md R Mcrritt. N V S O Bnen. Me J Hodgea, Md 3 Hall, NY R H Jones, do G E Hall, do i; D Rogers, do F L Jnckson, Md E B Kenney, DC F P Vidal jr, do GI.A Paneoast, Va J P Matthew, Pal J C Buckley. Ky Mrs Wolfe, NY J M Burin, Md Mr* R Garland, do L P Barbour, do H D Gel*ton, Md F Kimball. Mexico N Edm*nd*, NY J Warren, Pa W A Yoo?f, N\ A Johnson, do T Coae, \ a. Nniioi.nl II.H-1?* A D*XT*R. II T Davis, M ?? Judge Brewer, Md 3 R Hpr.isue. do Rev i> Washburn fc. lady, r Tiftcey. NY Pa D SlmhbleOeld, Pa Mr Hazlett, lady, daugh K Sanders,!'al ter ic son, NY N Conl^p. lady, NH C A Conrad & so...

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. — 4 January 1854

? Til WISELY STAR. This excellent FuftHjrand Newe Journal??MMnia tataf a ptun variety ofImemdw* **a<lmr ?h?a rao be ntoiW It aay otf>?r?? puMt*h?* 4m,4<) - ? thw Dollaa ii*to Tw?kttPit* '?t?n ,.er ?*> p*? ??opy. ? To Club*?Fire copies lor $MN). Te*t t in JP 00; Tw enty copies, fli.OO, Cwli, immrUUy ??* mdranrr. Pomnmii who act ?? aprnu will be *llow< J coaunissxni of lirfiit)- per rent. WASHINGTON, D. C.,'WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4. 1854 van deuseJs improved wahpene. 11IIE proprietor of the above valuable specific for the hair, faj warranted ia printing it to the public a* me of most efficient remedies for par t,al baldness. diJsM hair, and M a safe and suc cessful R*r. vst if wasted and decayed lock*, for chancing fcrer Air to iU first and natural color, vromotin? the rfw'h ?n<1 b-autifving it* texture, and imparting jr"r*,fcS',l vigor na>i a healthy action to the bulbs Ilhas been found eminently success ful It has aCQared a r-'putition in the populous ?nd wealthy e?...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 January 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. "" WASHINGTON CITY: # WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. JANHARY 4. Cr^-THE u STAR" OFFICII 18 LOCATED ON D STREET, SECOND 0QOR feom TWELFTH, NEAR THE JU NOTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S " IRVING HOTEL." ty All adverti*ewrnt* published in the St as, *jrt*pting tho?e sent by our quarterly or yearly customer.t, must be paid for when tiered. No attentat* mil be paid to transient adr-erti foments sent by mail or marked in othe papers for the SlAB, unless aooompanied by the money. SPIRIT OP THX KOWmro pfw?. The Intelligencer presents its readers with a paper from Mr. Reverdy John son, endorsing Mr. Clayton's construc tion of the Clayton and Bulwer Treaty, as against that of General Cass. Mr. Johnson, it will be recol lected, was the law officer of the General Administration when Mr. Clayton made that treaty. This paper is marked by the vigor of intellect and perspicacity for which Mr. Reverdy Johnson has so high a reputation. The Union, imp...

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. — 4 January 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR CITY ITI.KR. Bf-rurt of Pxrkfockdt '?The ml lowing little inci dent wcurred at the President'* levee, on New Year's day celebration, whieh is a convincing proof ihat the cAfmhtn d'indvtrie, ma the French very WWyeall the Haas of individual* yclept pickpockets, are laboring very diligently in our midst. The anecdote is. however. otherwise of a *artling nature, not over complimentary to our police, unlets we arc to suppose that the coincidence is one or throe fortuitous circumstance# wbtch sometimes h*PPen' ami that the act n'i< not committed the second time by fhe ?ame individual. It appears that some three or t >ur year* ago, a lady was robbed at the Pre*i dmts New Year's day levee of a gold watch, which wi* *tnl?n by rutting the silk euard chain that con fined it. On Monday, tlic same lady returned again to to among tlw crowd, but sulistitoted this time f,<t a watch a small crackrr, which was placed in stich a manner as to give the idea of the f?>rmcr...

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. — 4 January 1854

LIST OF ABEITALS At TH1 HOTELS. Nati*??l **??*? A. d*xt*b. J C Fairfax. Md * LJbbey, TTT R Lemmon, do biiniiii.1 r~ W H Davidge, NY H M Ctecklfj-G. A K Cartee, do J M Jone?j NY R Montgomery, do Mr* Huvitjdo , \V A lacksoit, Pa M Kelfer r* W P Dene U a, Ark A Perot, NY M L Drakf. Mich J L WellfWd,Ta T B Florence Pa B Johnson fc fhend, Del J Pangman, Canada \V8Toote,J(Y 8 I. Russell, J i Davis k lady, NC H G Havs Silv. NY K Dristoll, THY Hugh Miller, do FA Weld I) Weird. Md K Osgood, Mass Rev D Washburn k ly, S Badger, Va Pa EN Airtnack, NY H M Hildeburn. do W C N Carr, Md J B Mason, do 3D Mennedy, do R I. Hunter, Ga 9 Mills, Wis T K Davidson, Pa J Beatty k sob, Md W E Millspaugh G B Sexton, NY J M Niblett, Md Miss Sexton, do H Waldo jr, NY W Irving, NY II 9 Barlow. La J Wlieelei, do Miss Richardson, Md Mrs E Granada, do Mr Sc Mrs Mclntire, do HD Johnson, Neba F. Am", do N Middleswartb. Pa Mr Wilder and lady, Pa II H Carter, Md J Phillips, NY J M TIif*ens, do J J Gresham k son, Ga S E...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 January 1854

THE EVEHIHQ STAB i* rt eLieutd iveev miUKiKiif, (*xctrr ?in bat,) Ai t\e M il <Jfi- e. ?n D ftreti. nrat 1 Hk, neatly oppo %iie Ikt Ircinf Hotel, Bt WALL AC II A. HOPE. T<> *uhwnbcr<in theeitie* .?f Washington, George town, aift Akiamlrn, at ?1 per antrum, pay iMc? SIX CENTS?weekly to the Asrst*. To mill ?nWuiber the ri|?tion price w THREE HOM.ARS \M> FIFTY CENTS a yenrin a.t?tnre, TWo DOLLARS f-.r SIX MONTH*, anil ONE (imLLAR 'H THFKE MONTHS. Bisnur cori?s oxk rtirr. VOL. HI 1 1 I ??. 111 ?< THURSDAY, JANUARY 5. 1854. NO. 319. TH1 WEEKLY STAR. Thtoexceneat Family and New* Journal?on*** l tain* a greator variety of uttrre??iac /aadinf 'iisn < a h? found in any other?a pnbluiid on SatUid. y. Ttmaa. Ow* Doiui in Twhttt Fitb cknti ^ ?t It T. Clubs?rtre copiee tor #6.M . Tea e?t*. a #8.00; Twenty copte?, f 16.00; Casta, **?.* u.ti. a mhmmet. Po?TM&tTia> who act u agenu will I* ali?v*?it coiuiui-winn of twenty per c?-nt. VAN DEOSEN'S IMPROVED WAHPENE. f I'JIK ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 January 1854

? JDAILY EVENING STAR^ WASHINGTON CITY* v* THIR8DAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 5. - ? ? - ?ir ftT-THE "STAR" OPFICK IB LOCATED <>N n HTRHET, HBCOND DOOR FROM TMTELFnj, NEAR TH*J?NCTlON OF TWELFTH BTRE#^ AND PENNiVLVANIA AVBNUB, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S " IRVING HOTEL." cy All ad9*rti*'MTHt* jntbltshej in the Star, *rc*pting thoxt *?ni by onr quarterly or warty easterners, nuvt be -paid for when or dered. No attention will be paid to transient a<tr*rti**mtn4* sent by mail or mar led. in other pa>pe*3 for the Star, unUts accompanied by the mon*y. AGENCIBN FOR THE STAR. pf r?nn? in Bai timore wishing to sub???ribe Tor the Daily F.i-min* Star, can have it delivered to tlirm on the evening et its issue, by faithful carrier*, by leaving their nnme? at the niore or CATHERS h BRO., corner of llollMay and Baltimore streets. At Wii.*i*dtoi, Dkl.. E. P. R. BUTLER, 114 M irket street, will attend to tiie delivery ol the St.tr At Phil vDelphi <, J. T. BATES, at the Exc!ian?e, can furnish ...

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. — 5 January 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR^ WASHINGTON CITY* THI RaPAY AFTERNOON. JANUAV?5. ft?-THE "STAR" OFFICH IS Lt>CATEI) <>N D HTRHET, 0BCOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH, NK A R Ttig Jff NCTION OF T\TELFTH STREl# AND PENNSYLVANIA ATBNUB, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IRVING HOTEL." ZV Ml advertisement* published in the !5T ar, excepting those sent ly onr quarterly or yearly (ustomrrs, m:t*t be paid /or when or dered. Aro attention taill be paid to transient odrertisements sent bp mail or marked in *ther papers forths SlAR, mhUoj accompeen led 6If the money. agencibn for the ktar. Persons in BAi.TiMoae w.*binjt to mWribe (or the fi'iily f.remnf Sar, can have it drlirmd to tlirm ..n the evening et its issue, by faithful carrier., by leaving their name* at the more of CATHER3 & BRO., cornej of Ilolliitay antl Bo It i more streets. At lVif.*i*oTov, Der... E. f?. R. BT7TLER, 114 M irker street, will attend to the iklirprj of the Star AtFwL??saraiA,J.T. BATES, at the Exel.an?ei ear? furnish tlx?e who Wish c...

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. — 5 January 1854

DAILY EVENING STAB. 9 j?ill- - m-i1^ ?-? .1 . ?? i CITY ITEMS. Boer<J 0/ Jldermcn ?'The following transactions took place U-?t itigiit, the Board having met uu that r.ijbt instead 0f Monday, on account of the holiday: The statement of the Bank Account waa brought up, and referred to the Committee on Finance. It appear* from this that the balance due to the Cor porauon on January 1st, was ft?, 183 84. Corporation of Washington Dr., on account, with Bank ol Washington: Banking Fund 0,45. First Ward, $S.66$ Oi; second ward, 5,106 03; third ward, 8,114 33; fifth ward, SUIT? 09; rixtb ward, 8,413 seventh ward, 3,172 89. Balance, $8,1*5 84. Total, All,737 16. Ditto Creditors: General Fund, $575 72; redemption fund, 1,035 26; surplus fund, 6,35d 41; school fund, 41 00; canal interest, 2,103 92, cor poration interest. i;i,3j? W; fourth ward, 8,378 02. Total, #31,737 16. A ctnumu?ii<-aiK>a from the Mayor, enclosing a report of Inspector 01 Fire Apparatus was read *i*1 referred to th...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 January 1854

I,T5>T OF ABBIVAW AT THE HOTEL?, j tlntUanl A. DKTE*. , G AilHr, Towa * C ReM Jr, La Maj J B Pa *?C *? iville, Co?m R O Skinner, NY T Puleian Constantinople G X Floyd, Mis.* W H Hord, Kj C. L AHm, do M W Cluskey, "Y T >1 Tallego*, DC WWW B?wie, Mi S Ab?*a, do F. W Scrrell, NY J l> Gcna, do JM Bott?, Va J Nelson, M.I W C Fraxler, NY K J T^mia*, V? VT G Al?*ander, Pa .1 E Ferzu-on, d-> R B Connoty, NY fl M Ga?hrm, do ? O Glasier, do J Shower, E SehwNiMiaker, Mf P. Stanly, NC E Aine*. Mo G r Andrews. C/l J P fwk, NY C n Gould, NY H L Skinnor huly k child, A Francia, III (Wik? T flutter, i M Rt id, Pa W C Hawkins, Md ? Potts, do F l? Winter, IX- H A Caavdny, Ct JihI?c Bre?. r, M4 Hon G Dean, NY K O Colt, NY W G Howard, jr, Ya I hevalier P. pel ml O & Jy A M Smith, do A M Suowden, do J C Fairfax, Md Rrtira*' llalrl-T. P. A H. BROW*. A G Child.-, NY G A Rawliny, Md 0 A Kelyl, K1 T Mavis, DC A Frincis, (II J V IlootF A Hon^hraling E R Whitman, Md H C -* Ufiinctt. MJ C II I....

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. — 6 January 1854

THE EVENING STAB n rrBU?n?D iviii ArrKKVooM, (kxccpt studat,) Jt (At Star Office, on f) ttreri, n*nr 13tA, netxrly Off aie tka Irring Hotel, Bt WALL ACH fc HOPE. T<? li'ibser: Vr?in riteciti*** of Wa.?hingtnn,<r?orge town, unit Almndna, at $3 12 p?-r unrnim, pay atrf' ? HIX l.'EVTS?wifkly to iIk Asmi*. To nt'il ?>)().( iflwrj th>' ?nh*rrit>ftr??i price u THREE ?w?'.LARS A\n nFTV CKNTtf a year in <U?ojut, TWO !w>LLAR* lor SIX MO\TI!S, and ONE ItoMiAKfor THRKE MONTHS. Sinulk corns n** rKWT. * VOL. Ill TfaMexMUaut Kanfl? a?4 N#?r?Jo*n??l??<>ntain toin( a greater variety of wierMUif Utan cm be foun?l in any ottoar?? puUMltW om Ikuurday. 1MM. Ojek Doi.la 11 AKB Twe*tt-Fi?b (im i vn n?fWi eopv. To Claka?Fiv? ropir? for AT>.W?. Tm r<>p?r? tor ft*.00: Twcaty capiew, $15.00; C**h, vm+tm- My m mdrntmtt, Pohtm aster* who act a* ?ic?u wtil tw aitownd couiaustioa of iweaty prr cent. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. 1854. NO. 320. VAN DEUSEU'S IMPROVED WAHPENE. f |'IlE propr...

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. — 6 January 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 6. OJ-THE " STAR" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON D STREET, 8RCOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH, NEAR TUB JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVBNUB. NEARLY OFFOSITE FRENCH 6 "IRVIN? HOTEL." [?&" All adrrrtnenentx published in the fcTAB, *rr*ptiti? those sent by our quarter/* or yearly eustomer?. mint be yot/i for vhen or der td No attention irtll be paid to transient odiertt*&men** sent by mrU or marked in cth'r papers for the Stab, unless artomprnttd by the money. jIGE^CIEM FOR THE MTAR. Persons in B unMOii wishinc to subscribe for the Daily Evening Sot, can have it delivered to them on the evening ol it* is.?uc, by faithful carriers, by leaving their names at the store of CATHERS A. BRO., corner of Holliday and Baltimore streets. At WiLMmeTOM, Dkl., E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 Market strpet, will attend to the delivery of the Star. At Puilavklpkia,J. T. BATE8, at the Exchange, ran famish those who wish copies of the Star early orf...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 January 1854

DAILY EVENTNO STAR. CITY ITEHS. t H'i rnin; to Store he- j <r? ?On Wednesday, about 7 o'clock in the evening ?"-? unknown man came into the store of Messrs. Forrest and Newman, on I'ennsvIvania avenue. between 10th r.nd I3th street", *nd asked Mr. Forrest to lend hiin a half dollar, which h? wanted to make up a sum ot money. Mr.' Forrest was rather *ui prised at the angularity of the request on the pail of a stronger, end demurred, ol? w:\iri4 "lat '* ,VrtS M usual with thrill to lend money to people with whom thej w ere not acquainted. Hie unknown individual was not, however, so easily rebuffed, and replied, thai although not per sonally known to Mr. Forrest, ha Ran well ac quainted with the firm. Finding, however, that Mr. Forrest was not to be persuaded by the.-* argument-*, to comply with his request, h<r offered to l"avc a silk umbrella which he had with him as a security for the money, promising to redeem it in the inorn 1115. Mr. Forrest, although reluctantly, w as at !...

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. — 6 January 1854

I ??smm;?? LIST OF ARKIVALS AT TEE HOTELS. Nnfioool Hotel? *. A. DBXTIR. C VV Baker. NY A Ramsey, Minna P VV Jonw, NH J H Slarwoit. Mo G fc lady. NY A M Lesley, NY W T C Cmplicll, Ga Mis* Lesley, do J Hollingsworth. Pa VV A Kobbe k, lady, NY A fi slanford, Ohio A K WiJIington k ly, do M D Kora. k, Cal J B Macv &. ladv, Wis <? II Hiwsfni*, do B II Springer, J J Cr'fr)'. do M Htrck, New Mexico W \ Br^tt, Mjm II F Nenu inn, Pa A An?oble, Mich A Weetervell, NY H Lawrence, Md J II Scrivener, G Bair.t. M S Shaplvigb, Pa Col J W Geary, Pa J L Loop, III J Bhidm*!.'. do P Curtis V lady, Mas* T H Lee, Md Mr* Call anion. V R Ifcuidridge, Va J Tilghman, Md R Ross, Cal E Holloway, do Rrtwai' Hotel?t. r. A *. brow?. A Lunt, DC 8 Fitr-geniM, Md T M I sell, Iowa W B Johnson, Va Lt C Johnson. Pa F Stone, Md Vr E Boyd, Ala O J Luskin W G Williams, Md Mr Plummar, Md J Howard, Va T Fiupatnck, Mo AH Herr,do J Bridger, Utah W N Kliston, Dr Wheatc, NC M Locher, G C Col boon, Pa VV M Biirwell, Va &l...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 January 1854

THE EVEIflHO STAB If iciuiiu I?*V 4rrciti?MM?, tmxumrr ?rw*T,> Jt tkt SLn Ofce, on D ttrtrl, mnar l2fA, uroriu onmt *tt the frvinf Hotel, Br WALLACH Jt HOPE. To sub*crib*r?in?hecitii?s of WTj?hin*ton Georcp lovr?, an.l Alexwrfn.*, at *3 19 per annum nmu' .Mr-SIX CE YTS ?urrakiy to the Ato!u.' ^ mill ?nhM.rihers th<? *:ih?oriprion wire i. tiidi-d POLLARS A Vf> FIFTY t'B.VTH a v^ri., TWO ImiLLARS f'* SIX MONTHS .nTTTSS DUkLARAir THREE MOVTIIS. ???. 1.^ OWK CITT. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 7. 1854 LIVER complaint, JAUNDICE, CIIROXIC OH NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND all DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISORDERED LIVER OR STOMACH. aaf), Constipation, inward Piles, Fullness of Blood y, the Head. Acidity of the Stomach. Nausea. H-artburn, Digest for Food, Follnes* or Weight in th>, sumach.Sonr Kru.-tatione, Sinking or Flutter joe at the Fit of the Stoma-b, Swimming of the n*a>l. flurried and Difficult Breathing, Flattering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocat...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 January 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: PAVURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 7. Ct7-TME"8TAR" OFFICE 18 LOCATED OJ?i D STREET, SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH NEAR THEJWNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, XEARL\ OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IRVING IJOTEi,." All advertisements published in t'i> Star, e&cepting tkost sent by ourquarterly01 yearly euslumers, must be paid for when or tiered. iVo attention imll be paid to transiem advertisements sent by mail or marked in other jHipers for the Star, unit* accompanies hy the motley. To secure the, insertion of Advertise vivnPs they must he, brought to our counting room before 12 M., otherwise they may not appear until the ncr.t day. AOKXCIES FOR THE STAR. Persons in Baltimore wishing to subscribe for th< /)<?{</ Evening Star, can have it delivered to then mi the evening of its issue, by faithful carriers, bj leaving their names at the store of CATHERS 4 RP.O., corner of Holliilay and Baltimore streets. At Wilxixoto.n, Dkl., E. S. R. BUTLE...

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. — 7 January 1854

PATLT EVEXINfl STAR. CITY ITKnH. TV mfxt i?#iportjnf car, at present, on trial befote tin* s^tipr^iii** Court is that of Chote?u against Mnhiicv. wlof decision i* looked to with much interest at thr WeM, as there .ire hundreds of other ;r,ints fro:n the United State* on a similar Uile a* that of the defendant's. The claim of" the plaintiff i- iii-rf it on .1 grunt, alleged to linve bcu wad* to Ju.'icn by the Bar n de Ciinndelet, (Jov rmnr r>: Spanish Louisiana, in 1796. and includes wittiin ?! the town of Dubuque, in Iowa. A prior ilaiui t 1 'he property in quMion, was negatived by I ?mgn"-' in pur uanee of an advert report by Mr. <;a:t*t.n, and the lands were sold by the T'nited Government to actual settler#. Among other*, defendant hi this writ was a purchaser from the I'aneJ States, and if the decision is nil favorable to 1 in, not only will he lie ejected, but hundreds of othi rs. and the |?laiiit>ff !ie put in the possession of propcrtr valued at ten million dollars. A...

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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