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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 February 1854

DAILY EVENINGSTAR^ WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRCARY 14. ry THE "stab" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON D street, SECOND DOOB west fbox twelfth, neab the junction of TWELFTH stbeet AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENTTE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FBENCH8 " IB VINO HOTEL.'' lZJrThe large crrmlation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me Jium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetotm, and Alexandria, than aU the other Wash ington dailies combined. AGKilCIlS FOR THE STAB. Parsons in biltiiou wietung t* rabaenbe tor the Daily Evettmg Smr, can hare it dehveied t* th<Tc on the evening *f iu issue, kjr faithful ramm, by leaving their nam as at the stare of CATHERtJ k P RQ., corner of Holliday and Baltimore streets. At Wiuukotom, Dm.., E. 8. R- BUTLER, 114 Market street, will attend to Uie delivery of the Star, At.philadelphia,J. T BATES, at the Exchange ran furnuh thodc who wisli copies of the Star early on the morning aftt* its U.?ae. At Portsmobth A5D NoitroL...

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. — 14 February 1854

PVILY EVENING STAR. 1 Ted! HTBtllfiESCE. . T nt forfeits.?Board of Alder mm.?The ! tawing business was transacted list night: \ communication from the Major, returning j -e hill ?o provide for the registry of births. | 'jihi, and marriages. * Als<\ another commnntcntion. containing the ? rnrireport in relation to the grade of t:a street ea?:: referred to Committee on In_ .fove men's 'Petition of Vincent Mnsi and others for the -niidgand gravelling of B street west; rc l;r?i to Committee on Improvement. I'eUltoQ of J ohn Atchison for a remission of ?ne: referred to Committee on Claims. Joint resolution in relation to the improve ment of the Washing?on channel of the Poto B4C river. laid on the tabic and ordered to be p iited wi;h proceedings. Petition of J. D. Hammack: discharged. An aot for the relief of Margaret McCarty; ?evorted diversely by Committee on Clans#. An act for the relief of W. H. V alters; pij'cd. An act regulating the sale of hay, straw, ami fodler; recommitted. A...

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. — 14 February 1854

LI5I OF A&BIYALS AT TBI HOTXLS. Nmiraal HmcI?i. a. mm. E O Turkoman, NY A Sorter, Pe H Ant**, jr. Pa H W Hicks and lady, NY P Carrey, Mo Miss Ludig, do H Smith, HI W H Palmer, do M Riclwrds, F* P O DeGran, da J L ??*??*. Cat E A Keitch, NC C tJ Ka*m*n. Vl G Md H A Lucas, >ld A .Mckinley, NY J Back man, NY R W Tyson, do A Ropr. do T Poth^roiw ?nd E H i.'nniell, do NY R J Mavnard, do II N Gambril and lady, D A Baldwin, do Md S Shusler. Rahway Gamnnll, on A C Marker. NJ < Tavtor, NY ? Bavliss, N Y H V i ummin*". do H Pothennu, do IM' <1? C A Gamhrill, Md R B<attjr, do C Hauler, do J M* Train. Md Mrs Hughs, do J S Tilton. Masp Mis* Hugh*, do \V C McClallan, do J U Connor, Pa J Kistcrbcck. d.? Hon L P Little, Mas# DC Diopw, Md E T Dickinson. NY L DePotcrtad, Pa R G Hoffman, Md H Carroll and son, Md C VV Read, do S T Thompson, Md J Graham, Ga R M Sneniiaii and ladv, D Graham. Pa Cal T P SrJohn, NY Mrs M Dorman, NY J Briggs, do M S Bnlkler, Pa Mrs Carter. Pa D Boyd, do A Jo...

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 February 1854

THE EVENING- STAR 15 PUBLISHED EVERY APTERU003, (EXCEPT SCXDAT,) JtUU Star Q?Ve,cm D itrect, near 12U, nearly oypo nte Ik4 fmng Hotel, BT WALL. ACH & HOPE. To ?ub?cribers in the cities of Wa.?hintton,GeorRe trrwn. Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a Hp IS per annum, payable? BIX CKNTS?week ly to the Ageau. To mail subscribers the roh ?cnpuoa price 1* THREE DOLLARS ANI) F1FTV CENTS a year in aJTWO DOLLARS tor rtLX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sinoh copies om cixt. VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. I* MEDICINES WHICH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATISFACTION. DR. J. 8. ROSE is rh honorary member of the Philadelphia Me-iicai Suciriy, and ;rnviusted In 1^20. from the University of P> nusylvmnia, under the gui-lancw of the truly eminent Pr>'.*?ors Phy? fck, Chap-nan, OP>son, C-'te. Junes and Dure, nami'S ec'ebrated for medical ?n?*are. Being solicited by thousands of his patients to pnt np his Preparations, he n<?w offers to the public, a? the r...

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. — 15 February 1854

- DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY*: WEDNESDAY AFTBHWK)N, FEBRUARY 15. ty THE "STA*' OFFICE 18 LOCATED CfN D STREET. SSCOH9 DOOR WEST FBOX TWELFTH, 1CEAR THE JOWCTCOH OF TWELFTH STREET AHj3 PEH1CSTLYAKIA AYEUTTE, JTEARLY OPPOSITE FREROTS ?? IRTHTO HOTEL." 3^7" The large circulation of the Sua ] makes it the most desiraMe advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washinrtom, Georgetown, tmd Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. AGKKCISS FOR THE STAB. Persons ia B*Lrmo*? wishing te subscribe far tb? Dairv f>?ri?n Star, can bare it delivered w them on the evening if its issue, by Mthfiri ? ilin, by leaving their un? at ths store or CAT HERS fc BRO., corner of Hoiliday and Baltimore streets. At Wiunwros, Dtu, E- I. R. BUTLER, 114 Market street, wUi attend to the delivery of the Stat ? At PHiLAaaLrBiA, J. T. BATES,at the Exchange ran furnish those who wi-?h copies of the Star early on the morning after its inane. At PoKTSJiorrH...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 February 1854

daily evening star luc 1L HTBIL181*ce. The Aitrat at Gactier's ? In yesterday's Ptar there appeared an account of a distur bance in Gautier's saloon. which account, upon inquiry. we find to have been it one-sided affair "and as we always wish to famish oar readers with an impartial narrative of the oc currence? of the day. we hare, npon the prin ciple of j-utice. given another version of the circumstance. as obtained from a gentleman, on whose veracity dependance can be placed It appear?, that the party of gentlemen al luded to in the account, entered Gautier's sal':->n at the invitation of one of the number, without being in Ihe slightest degree intoxi cated, and asked fur oysters, which Mr. tr. refused to serve them with, saying that they could not have oysters in that room. The whole party then arose from the place where they were seated, with the intention of going nt> stairs. when one of them observed that they ought not to take any oysters there, after the ungentiemanij ...

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. — 15 February 1854

LI >T OF ARRIVALS AT TKX HOfBU. Naiitial Halrl??. 'A. E R Watson. Va A ffnr^an and lady. Cal O W A<T*lr, Ga H C Wysham, Md J F.zzard, 4* Misa M Shaw, Md f Rain*. Va J Gambia, Pa T J Fvaiiis, Pa W P (Jtatv A CcKdyr, do p i - . _ ? M ?- Starite, d? _ ?, nmwM*. do i Wy. lO J Jooesbury, MY ? WJnmdrf, Ky M Tan, Mxn WD M^Vi J Watson. Ky ? W Barwoad, do W A MillikCD, Md J Bacon, NT J Meaeyal, NY A K Hay. NJ J C Sargent, do 3 Mis* Hay* H 4 fltuart. Va Mi*e K em bum .Mr* May and cbild, Md P W Hoi bum and lady, Mi<w Tiffany and maid, Pa do FA Deaaaad and to4f? Mi* Chatard, do ? Pa _ i ? Lonng, do Master Dessand, do J May. do * Mr Mix, do W DfG?r?p, do ? Mr Browa and dutkfif, B Randolph, Va Maw W Radford, do ND Coleman, Miss J Caek R Tyler, Pa T O Eanniagton H Knease, Pa I'apt Moore 8 Daakain, NY A Arbothnot and Iadr, L Unwell, Ct Pa I) Clements, NH W Virgin, Md ES Anther, do P Greely, Conn J Cocorane, NY S Vreta, do TP PtJohn. do J T Kennedr, NJ J Shelliam. Md C B Hitchcock, Md H M M...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 February 1854

the evening star IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SCJiDAI-,) M (Ac Star Ofkt, on D street, near 12th, nearly ojyo mte the Irving Hotel, Bt WALL ACH fc HOPB. To ?nb?cnh?T<inthec;lir? of WacMnftaa.Gearge town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a f3 1? yr annum, payible?SIX CENTS?week ljr to die Ajfiu. To mail gubw libera the snb pension price i? THREE DOLLARS AND PIPTY CEVT8 a year in aiuopct, TWO IXXLLARS for tilX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE M'~>NTH9. **nt?t.K ropiig oww c?wt. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C '*% FRO* THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Natiau Street, \comer of Ann.* NEW PAPER HANGINGS A.fD INTERIOR DECORATIONS. PRATT & HARDENBER8H, *A*Tr.?CTmEKS ANP IMPORTERS, II*. 3iiO, Broadway, Hew York, Hi - I'ti!' J to tV?'r H'Wwr *. bnt' -w$t, a HKT\lli DEPAKTMEJIT, And are constantly re-.-eiving all the new varieties of Wall Paper and Dcconrt lou*, fr>m the most eminent manuf icturers of EUROPE, wak-h with the be*t stylos of A PELICAN prod action t!ie>...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 February 1854

JJAtLY EVENING STAB. I WASHINGTON PITT: THURSDAY AITERNOOW, FEBRUARY 16. ] THE "ST A*"" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON D STREET, SECOND MOB WEST FBOM TWELFTH, NEAE THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AMD PEHNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE TBXKCKB i "IRVING HOTEL." The large circulation of the Stab 1 makes it the most desirable advertising me- : drum in the District. It has more readers j in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, | and Alexandria, than all tkt other Wiask i ngton dailies combined. ? ? I AflBJICm FA* TH1 STAB. rarwo* in Balttmom wishing to sabaeribe for the Fctfy tmammt 51?r, '-an have it delivered Ml them r.n the erening ?f its iwmp, by Authful cam en, by leaving their nanes at the store of CATHER8 A i BBO., comer of Ilolliday and Baltimore streets. At WiLnroTox, Dw., E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 Martet mim, will attend to the delivery of the Star j At PmLADEi.rHiA.J. T. BATES, at the Exchange 1 eart famish those who wish copies of the Star early on the morning after its issue. At Poktsmo...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR,. LUCll IST81 LIJ1ESCB. C<wpli?!?ta*t Dimser to the Hox HcxrtM w ? lAU night, the ntitens of Wash ingvi. frietris ted admirers of th? Hon. Henry May gave that gentleman a complimentary dinrar in fnken of their high esteem. John IT Maury. Esq . the Major. acted a* Presi dent having on his right the Hon. Henry Jiav. the guest of the evening, and the Hon John G. Davis, member of the House of Rcpre- i ?ent.itives; and oa bis left, the Hon Linn Boyd, the Speaker of the House. The follow ing s^ntlomen were Vie- Prwidpnta- Peter F T if* FnI."1 Juhn T Tower,T; tallan ILuiIen. The JiHMrww the best of it* kind, the Uble I bring furnished with Avery delicacy both in .nl nut of KMi. and the attendance most excellent. Too maeh praise cannot be be stowed m this last respect upon the uuitrt If f1: t c?rI* of ?t*cntiTe waiters, ijeclota having been removed, the Chai;? man rrse for the purpose of giving the list of regular toas's, which he prefaced with a brief, hut ne;u epeeeb...

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. — 16 February 1854

DALLY EVENING STAR. TO A FAIR JOTJWQ LADY. When low ?wtv had flashed and fled To leave ate clouded cold, and careless, And fanry not a halo shed Around* one form to make it peerless; When qn^nehed yooth's Rowing lamp of mirth, Bv oares oppressed, by ease forsaken, 1 d.-emcd its power again on earth The smothered flaaie could more awaken. 1'ntouched my heart bath lain thro' years. A weary weight, a dreary number, Till uosr thy 1kce again appears Like >un>hine calling it from slumber. Thy voice is music troui the : kies, To melt the hearts of men and win them, Voiutg Ten, and thy glancing eyes Have Heaven's own radiant light within them. Oh: could oace more kind Time restore To me the glow of boyhood's brightness, *nd cumbering all their shadow's a'er My thoughts regain their vanished liriitae?s ? Oh, could I be as | have been, My heart would melt to thee in duty. And hop* illume life's future scene \\ id the bright sunbeam at thy beauty. It cannot be r too late?too late For me ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 February 1854

is PUBLI8HED EVERY AFTERNOON, (IXCEPT SUNDAT,) Jt the Star Office, on D street, ntar I2tk, nearly ofyo tite the hving Hotel, Bt WALLACH k HOPE. To futHcrikcraintkecities of Waxhwfton,Ooarfe trrwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a fj 12 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS? week ly to the Ageats. To mail wibvciibers the t?nb ?cnption price i* THREE DOLLARS AJTD FIFTY CSMT3 a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONR DOLLAR tor THREE JfOMTHS. Siwsls rorta* o*a ctrr. : ? VOL. III. ? WASHINGTON. D. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1854. fEl Till iirilfH FBOM THE HOUSE OP WM. H. McDONAID, 102 NaMaa Street, (corner of Aim.) NEW PAPER HANGINGS AJ?r> INTERIOR DECORATIONS. PRATT & HAR0EN6ER6H, jujrcrAcra'ftnts axd importers No. 3HO, New York, Hit* ttdJri to Omir if.olto e business, a RKTA1L. USP1UTMEBIT, And ere constantly receiving all the new varieties of i W*U Paper and Deeoartlona, fnm the moat eminent manufacturer* of EUROPE, which with the b-st style* of AM KKI OA X prod urt...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OIT1: rmr>AT AFTBKFrOOW, febipait n. v SPIRIT OF THE MOBVUro FUSS. The Intelligencer contains interesting letters trom that journal's London and Paris correspondents, treating, for the most part, the Russo-Turkiah question. The Vman has a new prospectus, an nouncing that the Hon. A. O. P. Nichol son has become permanently connected with that journal, and that Tamos changes ffcr its improvement, are about to be made. The Union criticises the recent very characteristic letter of the Hon. John Minor Bolts, against the Nebraska bill, saying? '* Messrs Chase. Sumner, and Seward may now rejoice lhat they have found a witness, a ad he a southern mas, who comas forward to disprove the records which represent the Abolition party as haying uniformly refused to acquiesce in the Missouri Compromise on every occasion whrtJ the South proposed it, from 1S48 down to the passage of the Compro mise measuree of 1856. Mr. Badger, in his speech yesterday, enumerated the...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 February 1854

daily evening star. J LOCAL nTELlriiEXCE. PcBMC A*OSBMWTS.?Washington is at present, in the fall tide of fe3tfviry. We had tie other day, on St. Yaieutine'c. to record three public balls that came off on the same evening- and now we would call attention to the singular instance that five places of public amusement, and all of the b'ghest charaster, will be open to-night. Washington has not ia geueral been proverbial for an over affection for public amusements, but it would appear thai its patronage after all is considered of some account when so many - stars," each in their own peculiar sphere, condescend to lllu rein ate our horizon. *A?t<V*AI. TflKATP.K. In the first place, we have our great trage dian. Forrest, at the 2s ational theatre, drawing nightly erowdcl houses, and scattering gems ?f dramatic poetry, like glitterin; diamonds, over tb? intellect* of thousands. Who will not ?*<lm?t that the theatre is a great lever for hu manizing, refining and civilizing tho mass of ...

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. — 17 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. CHIDE XLLDLY THE S&&IHO. Chid* mildly the wring! Kind language endear*; Grief follows the sinful, Add not to their tears ; Avoid Willi repmache* Kre?h pain t? bestow ; The heart that is stricken Need* never a blow. Chide mildly ibe erring' Jeer not at their fell. If strength wrre bat ham I, How we.tkly wei* alL What marvel that fooutepa ^iKwid wander astray, When tem^estx an shadow Life's wearisome way. t'huie mildly the erriug! Kntn?at them with car#? Their natares are mortal, Thsy need not despair. We all havo some frailty, We all are nnwae; The grace that redeems us Man * time front the skies. ODDS AJTD EHDS. Preaching is of much ay ail, but practice is potent. The man who will ask for inform ation. and not pay his postage, has no more claim to our consideration than a barbarian. ?- An edition of Robinson Crusoe, by the English society for printing and distributing books for the blind, is about appearing. Dr. Speer, of Mellonvflle, Florida, has raised ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 February 1854

the EVEzrora- star B PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (kickpt sunday,) M tUSfar Ofiqf, pn D ttrtei, near 12fA, nearly ojryo rite the Irvine Haiti, Bt WALL ACH fc HOPE. To ?iH?enbersin the cities of W,uhinftnn, George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 12 per annum, payable?8IX CENTS?week Ijr to the AjjcfcU. To nail subscriber* the sub wnption price u Til REE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CEVTS a year ia advance, TWO DOLLARS for BIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sikolk const o*a crirr. VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1854. NO. 357. "I ill FBOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H McDONALD, 102 Xasaau Street, (corner of Ann.) NEW PAPER HANGING8 A!H> INTERIOR DECORATIONS. PRATT & HARDENBER6H, M?5i;rv-TlTH?RS AND IMPORTERS, So. 300. Bro?dwr?f, New York, If ire add? I to their r business. a RETAIL* DKPAKT3IKST, And ar<? constantly reviving all the new varieties of Wall Paper and Decoarttons, frm the mat emine-u manufacturers of EUROPE, which with the lwitftjkiof AMEKICA...

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

DAILY EVENING SEAR. WASHINGTON CITYi SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBKPAKY 18. ty THE "8TAB" OFFICE IB LOCATED OM D STKEET. SECOND DOOM WEST FROM TWELFTH, JTEAM THE JTJECTIOE OF TWELFTH fTEEET AMD PEEMTLTAHIA ATEHTTE, EEASLT OPPOSITE PXEHCHf " IEVDTG HOTEL." Cy W. R. 31 Ottutt it now aol? agent for the delivery of the livening Star to Balti He Is the only peraon authoriied to re ceive subscriptions after this dat?. A PAPER FOE THE PEOPLE. 1'be Weekly Star is, beyond the shadow of a doubt, one of the best papers for the information of the people published. Its glances at the doings of the capitol, arc brief, comprehensive and satisfactory. There is nothing doing in this city worth knowing, or of the least public interest, that is not fonnd in its columns. In ad dition to its interesting Washington news and gossip, the Weekly Star contains, every week, choice tales, gems of poetry, personal items, foreign and domestic news from all quarters, &c., Ac. This paper is printed on a double sheet...

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. — 18 February 1854

dally evening star. 10Cn INTELLICEICE. The W*atheb?Thermometer outside the Star wffief) ** m-? al degree# in the shade. Starra*?*!*!* IxsTiTrTK ?Lwt night. Park Berjainin. recited one of hi# popular satirical poems en'itled ki Fashioi." to a densely crowd ed assemblage. the hill being completely ailed bv a highly a msed audience. His nu aierous hit# at tne follies of the day took sur prisingly. The ?' nice young man" of the la dies wa* roughly handled, and his cultivate I moustache' made the subject of special sa tire. The poet-lecturer in the course anolo s^ixetl for the theme that he had selected, in ttead <*' a lofty, heroic subject, excusing himself for o ?t so doing. upon the ground that his mother tongue was n<?t Greek Neithor lnd he written a pastoral, because the ancient bucolic poets had now 1,4 gone to grass." His satire was likewise directed against the ever varying fashions of the highly civilized iia? fijiis. ridiculing the absurd costumes that wero patronized in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WILLIE BELL. Down ia yonder lindowed valley Where the death tide's water* roll, Where huge ph*ntotn? ever dally With the fleeting, fajating soul; Where the hymn of death is waking In tlw glo^m with meastir'd swell? Thither want, out heart strings breaking. Little, loving Willie Bell. All the ?pfiitf time played he giadljr, With tlie sunbeams from the sky? In the summer watched he sadly Ail the spring rtowY* fade and di* ; .And he wander'd by the brook-side, Where the gushing waters fell Where the angels mii( ?t night-tide -Mu?ic low to Willie Bell. Put when summer blossoms faded, And the autumn leaves flew by? When the gentle buds were shaded By the snow wreaths from on high ; Then a voice came down from Heaven, Like the waves in winding shell, And an angel crown was given. To the brow of Willie Bell. Tolded then his hand a of whiteness, ?T?yr ,he marble, lifeless breast; ? hilt sweet strains from harps of brightueas Welcomed him to heavenly rest; And the eyes of...

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

THE EVENING STAR IS PlIiLISUED EVERY AFTERNOON, (&ICKPT SUNDAY,) J tht SI it Ofice, on D street, near 12th, nearly ojrpo tilt th? Irving Hole'., Br WALLACH A. HOPE. To subscribersin the citi?s of \Vashinf!on,Georj;e to^rn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $.< 13 per annum, payible?SIX CENTS?week ly in the Asesu. To nail subscribers the sub ?-ripti"n price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CEVTS a yew in ahmct, TWO DOLLARS for FIX MONTHS, and ONE i)OLLAR for THREE jfoVTIIS. Siwoj.t corns o*i ni!fT. e m iBHiissins. FROM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. JCcDONALD, 102 Na?au Street, (comer of Ann.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SPRING TRADE, 1854. DIIODGM AN, '47 Maiden Lane and 50 2k a * s a u street, invites the atten tion of hii< former customers and merchants gene _t.T nzrtir 'arly MV'.-snte Buyrs, to his mmense Pt "ck of INDIA KUBBEK 0<X?DS which he has n,,w ?n had and is daily receiving frcm his Facto "7iT^UliEi~ L:FE PRESERVER?, C\I'K5 WHIPS, OLOTKf, CABHIAGF. CI.OTII, PINT*. PIANO COVEB...

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