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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITT: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 8. llr" THE "STAR"' OFFICE IS LOCATED ON D .STREET, SECOND DOOR WEST FROM TWELFTH, NEAR THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S ?'IRVING HOTEL." -fhe larzc circulation of the Star m.ii's it the most desirable advertising me /:?; vi the District. It has more readers in ik>> citirs of Washington, Georzetoirn. mi J Alexandria, than nil the other Wash ington dailies combined. AGENCIEM FOR THE STAR. r-r-i?ns in Baltimore wishing to *ub*enbr: tor the Daily Kr.~r.inz Star, can have il delivered to th? m ?"?n tii" evening of ltd n?ue, by Cutht'uJ csirr.>-r?, by Waving their names at the ?tore of CATHERH 4i BUO.. co'ner of HoTiday and Baltimore streets. At WilmmqtoXj Du., E. S. K. BUTLER, 114 yi 11 kt : -Irrel, wJl attend to tlie delivery of Uie SUrr At I an adei.fuia? J> T. BATE*?. at the Exchange Tin f ir ii-ii tlio^e who wish copiet* of tlie Star early ?*n th? iitorning a...

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. — 8 February 1854

PAILY evening star. LOCH IUKLI.ltEMCK. IiCtTrRF ?Last night Professor Johns gave the last of his coarse of three 1 eel ares on the P^t which w.ii mainly upon the topography f Jerusalem or the IIolv City. This the lecturer explained and illustrated by a series ?t* paintings jointing out as he went along all tbe remarkable lncalitie.1 and buildings. such a- the M - [tie of Omar, the llo'y Sepulchre, Mount of Olive*. the Tomb of Absalom, the Valley . fJehosha; liat, the Pool of Siloam. the c'ave of St. James. the Tomb of Zacharia . and .thers. The lecturer gave a description of Jerusalem a- he found it at present, during his sojourn there, anil estimated the Moslem and Jewish population at about 7.000 each, and the Chris tnn at 3,000. These latter are divided into dilerent sees, naioelv : the Latin or Catholic, the Greek. the Georgian. and the Syrian._ It was. however. exceedingly difficult to obtain a true aceouut of the population. as the prevail ing opinion among the inhabitants wit...

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. — 8 February 1854

SB9 rr I'fTE WKEKLYSTAR: AN EXCELLENT FAMILY AFT) WASHING TON FEWSFAPIR. pr{(r?AI.'J3 Prr Annnm. The Weekly Star is printed on a handsome double sheet, and contains more reliable information concerning what goes on in Washington, than is to lie found in all the other newspapers. I * Washington news is of the earliest on'l most reliable character, being sel <lom at fault. It has already given the /> lit) Star a wide reputation as the most r 'iable newspaper at the Capitol. In i addition to its Washington News, the ! Wkkki.y Star will contain original and < V'ice selections of Talcs and Foetry, the l itest and most interesting News from Europe and all parts of the United States, by telegraph and otherwise, inc., &c.. making it one of the best family news papers published. All orders, postazr /*//</, accompanied by the money, will be promptly attended to. Fractions of a dollar can be sent iu i 'outage stamps. Address Wallach & Hope. Proprietors of the Weekly Star, W...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 9 February 1854

THE EVENING STAR li PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (BXCEFT SUNDAY,) M the Oflce, on D thett, near 12?A, nearly oppv tilt Uit Irving Hotel, Bt WALLACH h. HOP*. To subscriber* in the cities of Washirpcm.Gpfjrp. ur#n, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a *3 li p*r annum, payible? tsIX CENTS?we^k |y to die Ageits. To mail subtcnbers the nib sripu-.n price u> THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CRNTS a year in adr-anre, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Smon rorm on tint. VOL. HI. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1854. ?" -pT'Ti,"i > T1"'/ v^ttoT . ~Tii&ciu -?sTJ ? *??<> JT J ?; -ir.z-':w<e tui JWil ? ? . ?. - ? i NO. 349. r ~ s SiT c aZl~T-? ? _ .7T if->ildu/ r.if* t; ?.?J - .tunmrtiv ?*l XXDICIJTES WHICH KEVZS FAIL TO GIVE SATISFACTION. J. 3. ROSE Is as honorary member of th?! Philadelphia Medical Society, aad frraduated m UJO, from the University of Pennsylvania, under th?? guidance of th? truly eminent Profrssor* Pbys Mt, Chapman, Olheon,...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 9 February 1854

?MHii^EVEN IKft STAR; - WASTHKGTON CtTT: TTTTH^nAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUAltY 9. RTTH1 "STAB" OFFICE 18 LOCATED OH D STREET, SECOND DOOB WEST FBOM TWELFTH, NEAB THE JUECTIOE OP TWELFTH STREET AJTD PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. NEABLY OPPOSITE FBEBCH8 ?' IRVING HOTEL." SPIRIT OF THE MOBBING PBESS. The Intfilietnctr eulogises *the able speech delivered yesterday by Senator Everett against theNdbraska-Kansasbill, and inclines to the opinion that Britian is most anxious for a peaceful and per fectly satisfactory settlement of the Cen tral American question; drawing that conclusion fron the tone of the Iiondon Tini/?j on this subject, which journal, the editor thinks, thus speaks the sentiments of Downing street. The I'm on is grateful to the Intelii gtneer for that journal's republication ol its Nebraska bill arguments, and extracts from the report of Senator Douglas tc the same end, though thus republished t< the end of convicting the *' official" o: inconsistency. In a second article th< L'uie...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 9 February 1854

daily evening star. LOCAL UITELLIGE5CE. The Vuiau.?The continued wet weather of ves'erday. wirh it* gloomy atmosphere. has b?en succeeded by a beautiful day of sue ski re. ?n that from the present appearance, no one would imagine that we had less than four and twenty hours ago been suffering with a species of deluge Those who were oat of doors yes terday ?nd have been again out of door* to day, can Wat appreciate the change, from com plete saturation to a dry invigorating atmos phere lhere has beea. however, to-day. nothing of winter in the weather, but rather the bUndneas of spring, particularly in the ?ansbirie. The thermometer outside the Star ..ff.oe tJ-day at 11 a. m., was at 43 degrees. 11 degrees above freezing point This was however in a eo!d situation, for in place* expowd to the sun s rays, the rite must have been consider ably greater, up to temperate or even orer. we should not be surprised. Static Corpi.ivestto aWasiiisstos Bank er?The Intelligencer, of to-dav. in an ar...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 9 February 1854

I I ST 07 ABXITAlf AT THX HOTMLf. PTnt lonitl A. Clirn. A VY R Laton and daughter, D E IMeva?, to E F Pmdy, d<> Miss Dixon, Ct X A rWKi??"*- Mass J Van Vmkenbcrxe and F LiHbey, NY lady, NY J r. Wftodbrid"'*, Maj? O U Benjamin, USN r p(?rtPT. VY Lt Cmu|han, NY II Biiline. M? M? Lindsay. Ky ?' T Smyth. NY W Stringfeildt, do J j Gr.i>,Cal J F Schenck, USNj J L ('?nVtr.n, Md J A Johnson. Md Mis* aeene. Pa J M Wood. Mo V,l>. F. Kecne, do J VY Whoeler, NY m E K?bp. do ? N Garwood, Va f i h ner, Md C Colby, NY J F Marshal, Va G L Davis, Md ?. 1) Gray, da W S Humphreys, Md 1> S"t.'in, do OH Warner, Chio 'J' Baptist, d?? H Fvans, Mass ? a Baptist, drt E Baker, NY J F Alv*y. do J A Weent, Pa J K KrefJtd, Pa R B Kliwin. do ? K Brick, do J Stewart, do J H Brick, do o Kirk, Pa S Vv" Dearborn, NH J Newton, do H Is Stanton, NY Mrs Batchelder K F, Porter, Tenn W R Haigh and lady, Ko fi N SawteM# eland J > ncrman. < )hio Wfllardii' Hotel?H. A. ? J. C. WILL AID. S T M'tmboy. La W...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 February 1854

Ta pnbsrritoers in the cities of W&shingtoo.Gcorte tfiwn, AteiwArlt, Baltimore and Philadelphia, ? $3 19 pr annum. paviUe?SIX CENTS?week ? T m thr Azeats. To mtit rabxuberv the sub dcnpuon pncc i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CF.VTS a year m adoarut, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fat THREE MONTHS. Sikolk conn o** crnt. THE EVENING- STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) jti 'At 8i& Office, orx D ttreti, near 12U, nearly ofjo itIt tk* hvir\i Hotel, Br WALLACH k HOPE. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1854. NO. 350. MEDICI1TES WHICH SEVER FAIL TO GIYX SATISFACTION. DR. J. S. ROSS is an honorary mtmbw of the Philadelphia M *dical Society, anl graduated In 1W, from the University of Pennsylvania, under the |uiJum of the truly eminent Professors Phy. V-k, Oisp-rnn, OHwon, Coxe, James and Ha^, names fi'kbrtW for melinl science. Being solicited by fioimnds of his p\t:~n?s to put up his Preparations, he new off?r- to the pn^ie, as the result* of ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. W A 8 HIN Q TON_OIT r r FRIDAY AFTERWOON, FEBRUARY 10. }3r* THE STAB" OFFICE 18 LOCATED 0!T D STREET. 3ECOHD DOPE WEST FROM TWELFTH, HEAR THE JTOfCTIOK OF? TWELFTH STREET A1TD PEHOTTLVAiriA AYEIHTE, 1TEARLT OPFO8ITE FRENCH'S 44IRYIFO HOTEL." SPIRIT OF THE MOR3TI1C0 PRESS. The Intelligencer is highly pleased with the letter of ?x-Senator Clemens to " a correspondent in New Yerk,"?John Tan Buren. ^ I The I nion, to correct the misrepresen tations of those pretended friends of the Nebraska hill, who desire more that it shall be the means of rending the Demo cratic party, than that it shall triumph, insists that the President is deeply con cerned for the enactment of the great principle on which the bill is based, saying: ' The paramount objcct of the administra tion is the establishment of a permanent rule 'which will bar the door in ail time to come against the revival of the slavery agitation in Congress To secure this object, the President has shown himself ready...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 February 1854

daily evening st ah. | I # I) u IHK LUKES c u. KtSLBY \ND (iooDALL S ViBUTB.?Th? Spir- ! jted managers of the above named theatre. ! offered last night for the public amusement, one of the most excellent conieaies in the whole range of the comic muse; we mean '? the Sehool for scandal l'he author. Richard Brinsley Sheridan, was renowned as a statesman, an orator, and a writer. Of all his productions, ex cellent as they are. this is universally aeknow ledged to be the best. Brimful of wit and re par.ee it may be considered a* one of the mest -park! ng effusion* of genins that the world ever saw, and aa an expo*? of fashionable life in English aristocratic circles, it is a deep and cutting satire throughout. Miss Logan played Lady Teazle to a crowded and delighted audience. The piece went off capitally. Miss Logan ras the personification of grace, ease, and elegant dignity, conceiving h< r dulicttlt part capitally and delivering it with cultivated tas e. Mr. Goodall played Jos ph s...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 February 1854

LIST OT AMITAL8 SI TH1HOTKJ. ?p. * i. *ww?, J W Hoodm*, Mm C A Wultldi, Md \VF Smith, ild d? i i j H TTmmav Mass F W Worrier tad lady, II Punnin*. Vi , .1 Matthews Tmn J W M Mason and lady, <? W Farr,|r NY Mtee Fair, do Mt? Thoinpeon, NY E M (iret'??, NY J C Weedon, Va fi H Ooddard, do V B Morgan, do \ (; ua*-". Fort Raines Mim Johnston, do \ A Davis, M 1*9 Ml* Thoxas. do P R Ostrsnder and lady, V C Poeton, do ^ C C Taylor, do J* Bitss and lady, do J M Bioyfce, *> \V F Ma*on and sister, J Robert*, lady k chil*D, do do Y Jarkson, do Nailor and mm, NJ J t,hn?u?p*er, NY \\ Alexander and lady, J Fetgasoa, do NY T R Holm#*, Pa H Ca*wright P ^nuth, do Gov Medill. Ohio J Ii VVecden, Md F Corwin, do rol Andrew*, Md Frank Wood, do B Hunt, Mo Lanpont, Del A McLaughlin, Md E P Jones, Va B D Frost, Va D S Bane*, NY Mr Turner, Md Mr Briggs, do Mr Harper, do M Brady, Pa B B Lancaster and lady, P J Perrln ifr, J 8 C Breedt and lady, F W Butler, do , . pb?o B Chandlee and ladv, do J Salmon an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 February 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (BXCKPT SUNDAT,) M At Sl3i Office, on D itrett, near 122A, n?rr% tyya iilt tk* Irving Hotel, Bt WALLACH&HOPE. To - jbxicnbersia tkr citks of Washington, George town. Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a yi 18 prr an mint, peyil.le? SIX CENTS?week |y to the Ageata. l'o mail subveubere the *ub ?criptHW prte^ m THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY rEVTS a jvar in advance, TWO 1K)T,LAR8 for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR lor THREE MONTHS. Single conu oxx cist. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1854. NO. 351. HEDICI1TE8 WHICH NFSTEB JAIL TO GIVE SATISFACTION. DR. J. S. ROSE Is an honorary member of the Philadelphia .Me<lical society, and graduated i.< L*W. from the Uoiversity of P*uuqrlvania, un.ier the gnidsaea of th* truly eminent Pr-> fe*_ors Pliy? iek, Chapman, ?Jib^ou. Ow, Jaineiwid Hare,names o*leCrated for ine ii.'-il scicnne. Being solicited oy thousands of his p ?. tlea ts to put up hi* Preparations, ha a*w offer*...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: 8ATTRDAY AFTHINOON,FEBRUARY 11. THE "STAR" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON D STBEET. SECOND DOOR WEST FROM TWELFTH, NEAR THE JTTNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S IE VINO HOTEL." THE WEEKLY STAR. The Weekly Star for to-day contains the very interesting narrative of the suf ferings of Mrs. Adeline J. Wilson, during her captivity among the Camanche In dians. several pretty tales, poetry, per sonal items, news from Europe, California and all parts of the United States, Wash ington news and Gossip, Washington local items and interesting miscellaneous matter. As a general newspaper adopted to all classes of readers, the Weekly Star cannot be excelled. Persons wanting a good paper are invited to call at our office and examine this paper. Price oxlt ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER A tear. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer discusses the " Bedini Outrages," saying: " In order more strikingly to vindicate the principle* o...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. j 'TuT?T INTELIKKSCE. i LsftiBE.?Last nijht. W. Gilmore Simm*, E?u delivered the con: udmg portion of his; leoturt- on Poetry, at the Smithsonian Institu- ; t'.on. before the members of the Young Mens'] Christian Association, and others, farming a } large auditory. who completely filled the room, i Tne gist of the lecturer's remarks wa* to j prove that the P<>et is really the practical man and not the mere dreamer that the world iu general entitles him to be. The Poet, he re marked, not properly understood, being generally in advance of his own times. As a proot of "this, he instanced Shakspeare. whose wondrous depths have not yet been sounded. In fact. the Poet preieies hi? own generation. It is the condition of mankind that they should p ogress. or else either die out or sink back to their primitive insignificance : now, the pioneer of this progress is the Poet, planting: the: stand ard of civilization, and indicating the ' I rtal to which his peop'e may ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 February 1854

LIST OF ARRIVAL* AT THE HOTELS. National Hotel?W. A. DSXTKS. D B fC Miw Bowles, M?1 W M Wade. V* Mm M Bow I ex. 4o 4? r.urkknni, NY J H Bowie*, NY J A Brodhead, Mass S I.pnher, P? L Underbill, NY G Lambert, NY JliO VYestcetl, ?>h? Col Juo H Ba)I> i. lady, R 1! S*Ttirt. Va Va vtiss Htuart. do 1 Miam Bayly, do 11 H I.re, do R Bayley, jr, do C K Smith & daughter. Dr G VV Bay'y, do < Kurt Miss M T Courtenav, do W T An4ers.ro, NJ P H Herbert, NY L II Anderson, do A U Bowman, jr, do B White. NY C W Kit hards, do ' >C Thompson k.lady,do 8 S June?, Ill ?? J: W.?Iday A child, do E VV Serrell, NY F VV Eleker, Md E II Wakefiield, Ma?s EMer. do Ik Dennis. Md ?Tii? Wve? NY H,,n w Daniel, do f> .MaJdox^V a j Prentis*, NY rv.m Jane,, t8W q Sackett lady k iangh Mr- J McHiib, Md ter, do F ? arr, lady k, daughter, T A Bolkiey, Va .. MitiCN Bulk#/,da <? < Bretw, Hi ? j jj siiancr. N ? i cki<7D Mrs Goodrich, Mass >I ? **> ^ Miss Goodrich, do * OwwB, Ala F C Goodrich, d...

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

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON,"? (KXCKPT 8CXDAT,) Jb the Star Otfice, on D ttreet, near 12?4, nearly oppo site Ike frvir.t Hotel, Bt WAI.LACH ?l HOPE. To subscriber* in the cities of Wasiiington.OeoTfr tnwa, Aktiaxlna, Billiinore and Philadelphia, a $3 12 p?" annum, payibte? SIX CENTS?week ly to the Agents. To mail *<ibw liber* the sub ?or.pti m price in THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a yw in aJrauee, TWO DOLLARS for S?IX MOVTIIS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sihulk corns out ckxt. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1854. NO. 352. XZDICIITE3 WHICH If EVES FAIL TO GIVE SATISFACTION. DR. J. 8. ROSE is an honorary member of the Philadelphia Medical Society, ?nd graduated lo 1420, frotn the University of Pennsylvania, nnder the guidsane of the truly eminent Professors Phys iek. Chapmm, Gib*>>n, Cote, James snd Hare, names celebrated for meJiral scienre. Being spHci ted by thduuili "if hi" p.tients to pat up bin Prepa ratio Up. he new offers to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 February 1854

T> UI.Y EYEKING STAR. W A SHIN GTON GIT Y: MOV DAY AFTEWOO^' FEBBUA1Y 13. ?p frrp i> sTAS" OFFICE 18 LOCATED ohs^Iets^itomwiwqt TWTLFTH. irBAB THE A1IMCT10W _?? TWELFTH STREET AND PKH1T8YLVAN1A avStoeTheablt opposite rasrcK* ?? IRVIKG HOTEL." (?/-* The subscribers to the Star in Bal timore are requested to pay nothing to the carriers. C. C^oltman and W. R. M. OfTutt, are the <*ly authori?d agents in that city for ^ke paper, to whom only subscriptions should be paid. li SPIRIT Ot THE MOHHIHO PRESS The I comments on the course of the aljoj^jpnists towards Senator Doug las, taking the tone of the New York Tnhxrm and Evening Post as its text. There can be no doubt that bold and vi tuperative misrepresentation is the pol icy. u> which such opponents of the Ne braska-Kansas bill have resorted, to get np a genera, excitement towards this measure. The worst feature in their course is the want of shame with which they forge facts to suit their pursose. Thus the Post accuses Dougl...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 February 1854

datlt evening star. ! "l?Tu mtFlligence. Dav.?Wo need not remind many of our readers. particularly theyouthful lovers of either sex. that to-morrow is St. Valentine s I>ay ; a day celebrated in the clraan.v of love, as one consecrated to the effusions of amorous tenderness Of all the ?jints in the calendar, St. Valentine is the mo*worshipped, and wtiile the homage-paii t.. the others i- refused by one half off Christen dom. n> r.e deny the power of this meat j lenowned of saints. Even Cupid. the heathen t God "f Love. is compelled for one dav at lea-t i t > f. rtgo h:s sway. and to concede the 14th vf! February to hi? christian rival. To-morrow, then, is St. \alentine's Day, a day on which the business of post office clerk? and letter e imers is immeasurably increased, the office of these la'ter being changed for that of emis-aries of Copid. We have never seen it noticed, but would like to have the ?'atistics of the pool office on this imj>ortant epistolary d*y collected...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 February 1854

I lftl OF ARRIVALS AT TH1 HOTXLf. \ntiontil Hotrl?*. A. DBTTEft. r p Dixon, NY Ur G F CamiKhael, Va H J McDonough, Pa 1* Breal, DC Win Stratton. do Mr Si Mrs Abell,Cal J k. Ixdr, 4o Z Barry, of W, Md A Mmtzer, tio J Johnson, l*SN W VV-it=on. IVY Mr Tiliw, NY .1 G Webb. <to V Brent, Md -A p Brown, d?? <? Rugbv, Va \V N'.Um K; A VVrtmof*. NY ?' !t I!'!'*. Ma-* li Ervinf. Mass A r < i-jnoil, do >lr Ha mi in is, Pa R II K iM<*r, Va R Sivan, Md F T Maynard. Cat H Bcsrdsley A. lady, NY l> J Fullet Rev V Brace, do A rate, Md H Brace, do Mr- do *1IM I.-br-.i, Va Mr= H M lleird. do Mr & Mr# Ulass. Pa M Kailey fc. Jatlv, NY K M Storiu, Ohio H,."> rt Taj lor. England si G Scaring k ladv, NY H llaker J A Potter, < ?Mo II V\ Pr.'^ott, NY \V H Da via, Pa i. I rhnrn<?? x lady,do G Hiueklev fc lady. NY k lad>> XJ n A SmaH'ey, Vt i . *u*n? 1 B Boerdeeb, do " *5 Andrews & Udy, do G Kid.ier, do .7nm' Md 3 do > K Hope. pit g R Rlc?. R, " ?- aw. Ark C C VVayli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 February 1854

THE EVENING STAR I? PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KXCHTT SCKDAT,) Jt tkt Sixr Offue, on D *rtet, near 13fA, nearly ojfo nie the Irving Hotel, Bt VVALLACIl & HOPE. To ?nh?crrt>*r*f nth* cities of Wa.?hinctnn,Oeorfe m?n, Aiexaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?3 1*2 p**r annum, |wyiMe?."MX CENTS?wwk It 10 the Agents. To mail imh*-cribrn the ?nh pcnpn -n price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in m1~me*, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. SiROLg COFXK8 OXB CENT. VOL. III. WASHINGTON D. C., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1854. NO. 353^ MEDICINES WHICH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATISFACTION. DR. J. S. HOSE in an honorary member of the Philadelphia Medieal Society, and praduated iu 1>2>), fri-a tba Ifniwflty of Pennsylvania, nri'Jer the ju> la.iro of the truly eminent Professors Phyr- | kk, Chepinaa, Gibron, Cnre, .'sines and Hare-, names celebrated fr*r mr-iPMj sriea-e. B?io~ solicited by thousands of hi patient* tc put up his Preparations, J h? D"?# offe...

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