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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 9 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAB. i ? i ?? WASHINGTON CITY; THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH a. ZD"The large circulation of the Sta* makes i: the most desirable advertMig me dium in the District. It kas more reader> m the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than at ihe other Wash ington dailies combined. TO COHBEMPOiVDEiVTR. Sr. ncuce ran b* talc?*n of anonymntn Coirnnniiica ikm*. Whatever i" intended for inwrtion, *iu*t r* authenticated br the name and addres of th? wrt?r?not necessarily for publication, but *? a ??mtT ?f lii? r*>d flaf:h. VVe cannot nndcrtalte to return rejected Comnrnni ACS UNTIE* FOR THE STAB. Per^ >ns in B alttk ")?i wishing to Bubeeribe for th? Lai*y Everting Sar, can have it delivered to then on the eveninf ?t i? ifnne, by faithfuJ carrier*, b> leaving their name-, at the store of CATHERS 4 BRO., coirer of Hotlidav and Baltimore streets. At Wiumrsmn, n?i.., E. P. R. BITI-ER, 11* Marker street, will attend tn the delivery ot the Sltn At Phii * dilphia, J....

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. — 9 March 1854

daily evening star. 10C11 IHTEt LICENCE. Smithsonian IxsTinrios ?Last night, Dr. J La*reooo Smith delivered another of hia ?ularcourse of lectured, in the theatre of the ve named Inst itution, before a very large audience the hall being crowded with people. Ihe subject of the lecture was on the ebulii tion and congelation of water, with a short account of the application of the vapor of water as a motive power. Previous'j. however, to treating upon this subject, the lec urer made gome remarks upon li^ht house*. which had formsd the subject of hi= preceding lecture. He explained the prin ciple of tfce Argand burner, which is used in light houses, and observed that in order to throw the luht to a great distance, two mirrors were employed. The illumination from this kiod of light was. however, limited in foggy weather to a distance of five or ten miles. in clear weather the light could be seen at a dis tance of twenty miies. ihe principle of the Fresnel light was then explained and ill...

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. — 9 March 1854

T)AILY EVE?MNG STAR. THE DYIHO WIFE. Y u'll think of me sometime*, Moved, When I am gone frtim nftit ? When you can wenwiifm more? You'll not forget m? quite? Yon'I I mi*? <ometiin^. ar twilijln hour. My low and loving tone \ our heart will sometimes feel a pang. When heating all alone. ^ "D I' think of dlfti forevt*^ gone, And grief mayfvring a tear train eye* that hav.: but seldom wept, ^But I shall not l>e here ; YnoHl eoine and go, and yet the smile That once yntir fond even met, VVill iadtd be?:>>rever rted? Rut oh, do nut forget! XV hen cold and lifeless is the tbrm That's nestled on thy breast? ? When chill and marble like the lip* 'I iiar once thine own hare rexaed, "h, sometimes think of me, and come T nto the quiet post. W here I shall slumber lone ?n<t stUJ. But oh: not quiteTorgot! \ ou II think ot ryej^en fitting 'side My lone and vnmm chair; And sometime*, lori*. oh. gaze upo.i Ttli* golden tress of hair! And tlunk that with its sister curls It floated o...

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. — 10 March 1854

THE EVENUiG STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KXCEPT STOTDAr,) Jts tkt Hrr OfVe, on D street, near latA, nearly opjo tit* Uu Irving Hotel, Br WALL AC H k HOP B. To Mtecnbera ^the cities of Wanhinfton.GeorRe town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?) IS per annun, payible?rilX CENTS?week iy to the Aerate. To mail nbKjiber? the mb ?cnption price i? THREE DOLLARS VXD FIFTY CENTS a jw in odtance, TWO DOLLARS for IX MONTH.-", aa* ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sikbls corns os* cent. I L VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D C., FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1854. NO. 374. Ill YMiiMPITC FBOM THE HOUSE OP WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Nassau Street, ^corner of Ann.) D INDIA RUBBER GOODS. 8PBING TRADE, 1354. HODOMAX. 47 Maiden Lane and j 59 Xarian street, invite* the atten tion of hi> f .rairr -u*t .uiers auJ merchants gene ral v Particularly B'tyrs, to his immense ?tack of INDIA RUBBER GOODS which he ha* bo* ?n had and is daily receiving from his Facto g^toetadin*- LIFE PRESERVER?, CAPES WHIPS, GLOVES, CARRIAGE C...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 March 1854

DAILY EVTjTMNfl ST ATI WASHINGTON PITY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 10. IXJ~The large circulation of the Stab makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in thr cities of Washington, Georgetown, rrod Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. TO COBRKdrOlVDBNTS. No notice can Hp taken of anonymous Communica lion*. Whatever is intended for insertion, bum i e M-.thenticated by the name and addr?M of the wriier?not necessarily for publication, but as a guaranty of his good feiih. We cannot undertake to return rejected Communi tuioM. AOKNCIK8 FAR TBRNTaR ? ? ? ???? * AW? Persons in BaLTticfM wishing to sub<?rib?- for th* C?iy Eremwg Star, cm have it delivered to Umb< ? n tl; evening ?t ?u issue, by tkithfuJ carriers, b) icav;az their nar<e>> at the store of UATHKRS k FRO., comer of ilollidav and DtJumore streets. At Wiuumtoh, Del., E. 8. R- BUTLER, 11' >i*rket street, will attend to the delivery of the Stat AtFmuDu...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 March 1854

PA FLY EVENING STAR. " TtTt" AJ I n c L IMi E !l C E. CoRi-nek's Isyt k?t.-?This morning the ad tarncd inquest en the body of Dr Gardiner 'was held at ihe jail before Coroner Woodward, where ibe jury reassembled at ID o'clock a. m. The 6rs" witne? *e? examined were D. Daniel Breed, of :Le United States Patent Office, and Pr Lewi* H Steiner. of the National Medical College, who bad conjointly mad* the analysi*. Their testimony given in writing, of which the following is a copy, dated from the labar ?:ory of the luited State* Patent Office : ?Having. in conformity with your instruc tion* instituted a enreful chemical investiga tion c.f the contents of the stomach of the late t>r George A. Gardinefe. and also of the pow jer found in his pocket, both submitted to us by you on the 4th inst. we hereby report thai it the stomach we have de'ected substances jff>rding the chemirtl reactious characteris tic of stryelinire and brucin, and from tbe Urge portion of the contents of the stom...

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. — 10 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAJt. THE BIKTH OF POBTSAITTfBE. IT THOMAS VOOtt. An oner the Grecian maiden wore Her garland mid the mnsm bowers, There stood a youth, with eyes of love. Tn uatch Iter while ?b<! wreathed the flowers; Tl># y?nrh w*? ^killed in Painting's art, But tf'er had studied woman's brow; Nor known the coloring which the art Osn shed o'er nature's charm'* till now. Ble^t be love to whom we owe AH that's fail and bright below. Hi* b&ntl had pictured many a rose, And ?kf tched th< rays that light the brook ; B :t what were these, or what were those, To woman's blu*h. to woman's look ? Oh. if such magic power there be, Thi=. this cried, is all my prayer, T" p*in? that lining light I see, And fix the soul that sparMes there. His prayer a* soon as breathed wa? lieard; Hi- pallet, touched by Love, grew warm; And Minting saw her hues traasferr'd From lifeless flowers to woman's form. Suil, as from tint to tint he stole, The fair dt-sign shone out the more, Ami there was n...

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. — 11 March 1854

THE EVENING STAR is PTTBLrSffKD KVKRT AFTKKKOON, (DCXF7 SUNDAY,) jttJUStor Ofic*,*nD +r?t, ?e?r life, Mari* ?yyo file Uu Irvine HoUl, Bt W A L L A C H k HOP*. TV) nbecr'Vrs in t?? ciues of VVa-ihingwm.Georjp: r?wn, Aicia*dria, BaJtimore and Philadelphia, a 01 It per anuum, payib!e?SIX CENTS?week h to the Ar ?l?. To nail Aibfrtnber* the sub ?crp?i'nj prtce is THRF.E DOLLARS AND FIFTY CEVTS a year in mivance^ TWO IK)LLARS for tflX MONTHS, and OXfi DOLLAR for THREE MOXTH8. Hihot.b cop;i? t>s* cist. !, V ? J?J . . WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 11. 1854. fti ,n , NO. 375. VOL. III. TROM. THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDOJJALD, 102 Narnu Street, (coniar of Ann.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SP?ISG TRADS, 1854. BHOPU.HiX, '47 .tfatden Lane and ? A9 Nassau street, iavltes the atlea tK>a of his firmer eu-t->aieri ?n l merchants gen nil j, P.irtieularli irinUiub P'lftrf. to hi* minet.s* st>-k of INDIA RUBBER UOOD3 which he ha* now ?a had 13 1 is daily receiving from hia Facto f|af jni'l tliiio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WA3HINGT0M PITT: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 11. 3C7* trust that persons disposed to use the advertising columns of the Star. will remember that payment is required ia advance, m all casta, for advertise ments, except those sent by quarterly or yearly advertisers. THE WEEKLY KT4B. This valuable weekly visitor continues to be as interesting as ever. Its columns are filled with local news, Washington news and gossip, foreign and domestic news, tales, gems of poetry, and inter esting personal matters. PERSONS AT A DISTANCE SHOULD RE REMBER THAT THE WEEKLY STAR CON j Tains more Washington local news AND VALUABLE INORMATION RELATIVE TO THE AFFAIRS OF GOVERNNENT, THAN ALL OTHEK WASHINGTON PAPERS, DAILY AND WEEKLY, COMBINED, WHILE IT IS FURNISHED AT THE LOW FRICE OF ONE DOLLAR AND A Ul/ARTER A YEAR IN 4D VASCE. ETOIt OF THE MOBHIHQ PRESS. The Intelligencer seems to be satisfied that the results of the recent interior -New York municipal elections, wherein the Whigs have b...

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

DAILY EVENING STAR. LIICAL ISTBU1CESC8. PRE*r*T frox rnn Ooversvett.?It ap pears that lately the crew of the American barque Ii were rescued from a watery grave by t aptaia Cluu-?ea, of a Swedish vessel, under eircutn?Ur.coa of extraordinary dancer?the carpenter of the fcwe-lish vessel having his xrin broke in the rescue of our eountrymen. Jn consideration <rf the circumstances. of the caw nnvi of the generosity of the Swedish f*ap ain. who. in ndditina tj the danger tha* he incurred, likcwi** threw overboard a por ti n of his cargo to accommodate his suffering fellow ore ttirts. Congress through the Prc" i lent of tho United States. h is awarded to the Captain n roagniOcent pocket ch:onometer vnd chain of gold with the following inscription on the back of the former: ?The United State* of America, by their President, to Captain Clausen for hi* gallant conduct in aiding re cue the m ister and crew of tha American barque fz, 1854." A gold duplex wat-h and chain with an inscrip tio...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WHILE TIB MTXUB LB B? W01X. Every mortal hu his mission In this world of active strife, Wbfther in a high poritioa Or a lowly walk at' life. He a is, who, now fttllUltsg Every duty day by day, Shows the mind and spirit willing To perform its onward way. Life's ? bark upon the ocean, Took* and rocked by every gale; Now scuds on with speedy motion, Now with rent and tattered sail.; Life's ? blight and sunny morning, With some tight refreshing showers, Followed by dark cloady warning Of the storm that o'er us lowers. Lire's the cord of silver, binding Men in contact with his kind ; Death is but that bond no winding, Setting free tile earth bound mind. Life's (he pitcher of the fountain Whence immortal rills descend i 'Tis the fragile wheel surmounung? Cistern where pure waters blend. Life's the day for deed and action, Death's the rest, the time of night; Qe who works with satisfaction Works while yet the hour is light. Forward, then: the day is waning. Westward sin...

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. — 13 March 1854

THE EVEWHfO STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY APTERKOON, (RXCEPT STTXDAT,) Uu & -r OguA,on D rtrtei, near 1*A, nearly opfo nie the frring H+ttl, Bi WALLACH fc HOP*. To wbscribers ui the cities of Wa^hinxton.Georfc tMm, Aleiaiwlna, Balaiui>re and Philadelphia, a f.1 12 per anirarn, payiM??SIX CENTS?week iy ui the Ageato. To mail subscribers ih< ouo ?rripti u price i? THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT# a y?*/ in a.h wee, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, ar.d ONE DOLLAR for THREB MONTHS. SnoLi tarns os? utt. WASHINGTON. D. C., MONDAY, MARCH 13. 1854 iff tbi unnamB. FEOM THE HOUSE 01 WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Naasau Street, (corner of Ann.) D INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SPXINO TEADE, 1854. HOOG1AW. 3T Lane and j 5 9 Nassau street, iavit? ihe nt'-u ti^n of hi!" f >rir>'?r cn?t>mers and merchants gene ral.y Ft-tvir'j Wi-J'salt B>iym,to his mmense stack of INDIA RUBBER HO-iD? which he has now on had and is daily receiving from his Facta Cmt" ' lhD"~ LIFE PRESERVERS, c,|.m whips. n.^VKS CARRIAGE CLOTH...

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. — 13 March 1854

MtLY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON" OUT; M*T*DAY APTERtfOOW, MARCH 13. SPIRIT OF THE MORFIHO PB*a?. The Union rejoices over the action of the House in adopting the resolution not long since reported by Mr. Stanton, ol Teun., from the Judiciary Committee, authorizing them to make a thorough in vestigation into any and all payments lin ger awanls of the Mexican Claims Boafii of Commissioners, with the view to ascer tain whether others, besides the Gardiner claim, were not fraudulently obtained The editor says that such action is due to the Board and also to the honest claim ants and their attorneys. The samt peper contains an interesting memorial from H. D. Johnson, (not long since elected territorial delegate to Congress from Nebraska, it will be recollected.) presented to the Senate on the 20th ol February last, wherein that gentleman urges the establishment of the proposed territorial governments. Mr. Johnson, who has long been a missionary in that quarter, presents a sensible and telli...

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. — 13 March 1854

PAILYTYEXTNG STAR. ~ LUC It 1STBLLI6BM I' B. So*?thi>?? for tu* Police.?One evening last week. * gentleman residing in the vicinity j of the Northern Liberties, while about to enter hi? house. pceccived that the bsck gate was i open. and supposing that it had been left so by j vine of '.he family, proceeded in that direction | inorier to shut it On his approach, he per ceived two men running from the stable, an! ai he was unarmed and the night quite dark, he retreated 1 ?:i with the intention of eailing the watchmen. After an hour's ineffectual search for one. the gentleman returned. and on examining the stable, found in it a hatchet, a l:>rgc ple-e of iron, and a few burnt ma'ches. T ieir motives were evidently bad. either bur^ g.ary or arson. and as several complaints arc made from the same neighborhood of similar eu.pieious goings on. we hope that the police will keep a strict look out. The very fact that while honest y>eo le are asleep scoundrels and v iiluics arc prowl...

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. — 13 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. THE rOTTB LEA VXD SSUKOCK. Son; ?/ t&e SiijMnMifM in htlttnd. HI srek a fi xir-leared sbamrack In alt the fahy dellp, Aim! it 1 flint the charmed Imvp?, Ob! Itow 111 weave my spells. i would not waste my magic might ih> diamond, peart or gold, For trp?Mire? Lire tlie weary aenee? S?K-h triumph is but gold; Wat 1 would play the enchanter's part, fn casting bits* around, Oh ' not a tew nor achinf heart Should in the world be found. 1 o wo tii I would give honor; I'd dry the mourn ct*s tears And to the pulled bp retail the smile of happier years; And hearts that had been long estranged, aud friends that ba>l been cold, Should meet win like parted streams, and inin>lf> as of old. Oh * thus I'd play the enchanter^ part, Thus scatter blis? around. And not a tear nor aching heart Should in the world be found. The heart that had been mourning o'er vanished dreams of love, Sboald aec tbem all returning, like Noah's faithful dove; And Hope should launch her...

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. — 14 March 1854

the evening star IS PUHLISHKD EYKRY AFTK&JfOON, (EICKPT SUNDAY,) ? t]u Stir Otflce, a* D street, near IStA, nearly ofjo titt ( W frrrng Hotel, Bt WALL ACH X HOPS. To irbscriber*icthe cities of Wa?hiu?ton,Gc?r*?> tfn.il, Alexandria, Balumnre and Philadelphia, a *j 12 p?* >nmim, pujriMe? SIX CENTS?week ly to ihe Agents. To mail labtoibers the sub h-np:ron price u THRF.E DOLLARS AND FIFTY CFNTS a year in n^'we, TWO DOLLARS for *IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Swum ccms OKI cmt. WASHINGTON. D. C., TUESDAY, MARCH 14. 1854 rao* THE HOU3E OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Nas*au Stroet, (corner of Ann.) I) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SPRITfG TRADE, 1854. HOOaHAN. 'il Maiden L*?e wnd , ?9 \assa it iiirret, invites the atten tion of hi? f>rm??r m-tomers *nd merchant} gene rUlv. I'iritr<tlarl>j W*rt**aU. Htyrf, to hi' mnaense ?fwk of INDIA Rl'BBKR tl'MD? whi'h he ha? now on h*d and in dsily receiving from hL? Facto CM LTFE PRESERVERS, CVI'KS' WHIPS, GlxJVRS, CARRIAGE CLOTH, pKSX&...

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

DAILY EVENING grot: WASHINGTON 01TT; TUESDAY APTERirOON, MA&CH 14. ? j1 _ rrrr ?? ?? -? SPIRIT OF THX MOBiraiO FUSS. The Intelligencer publishes a commu nication from Jefferson county, Miss., signed A. M., wherein the writer, evident ly a man of reflection, erndition, and general moderation of views, controverts various of the editor's positions upon the Nebraska question heretofore expressed. The editors' commenting on this letter, urge the sacred character of the Missouri compromise of course, as a solemn com pact between the United States on the one side, and the State of Missouri on the other We can hardly help wondering "how it was that our esteemed friends of the Intelligencer failed to discover the sacred nature of this bargain, while the ?x>rth were for years and years doing their test to scout the idea that it is binding on them. The I'nion contains Mr. Attorney Gen eral Cushing's expected report to the President upon the changes made neces sary in the judicial syste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. 10 C (j_^TElL IGESCK. C.ttC<*:*cu.n -Board of Alder^u - Ihe following business was transa'-Nd last wgnt I ?1 An ait for th., relief of Edward Murphy aia jndai"nt of Lom.non Council agreed to. Ani act authoriuog the curb stene to be sa and .he foxing paved ou the south fronU of square, No,. 4i9 and 431; pa.,cJ ?U ?f . "U*. ",0 ""p'0?"'?'?"> worrit for grading and grarelling 2d street west from Peunsvl *?'* avenue to }? street north ; passed. Joint resolution remit:ing a poriim of the assessment in lota 111 and 11 in sjuare2o2; pa*s?d. * An act authorizing the opening of an alley in original lot 7 in square 5IS; paste l. Ao act making aa appropriation for the repair of the bridge over the Tiber at U street north; pa-sed An act for the relief of Lewis Carusi; passed Communication from the Major inrimatin" that his assent had been given to the following ? Ah act for introducing gr.j into the Cei.trai W arch House and for oth>:r purposes; An act for the relie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. [ Continued from frrit pace.] shook his hand warmly. He was still silent, however, and continued to regard, with a curious, half-abstracted fixedness. the face of the sufferer. r " After the dog sprang upon you," said he. presently, "you heard footsteps, vou say?" ?Yes." "Did you see any one, or catch a glimpse of any human being?" 44 No. Whoever came to the assistance of the hrute kept behind meout of sight." 44 Ah.' Did vou hear a voice ?" " No." " Not a word, not a sound ?" asked I>e Vernelle, with great eagerness. ??No: not a sound. The instant the footsteps approached I was knocked on the head, and after that neither heard nor saw anything." Again De Vernelle's dark moustache worked and twitched, and once more the strange smile spread over his face and glittered in his eyes. ?4 How frightened you looked ?" he ex claimed bursting into a low laugh. 44 Eh ?" exclaimed Ferrers. 441 say how frightened you must have looked, when that infernal dog began to worry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 March 1854

the evening star IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (RICEPT S^yDAT,) J: t\c 9t* Of*e, 01 D Urett, near 12AA, marly oy^n nte tke hring Hotel, B r WALLACH * HOPB. To ijbscnben in thecitie* of Washington, George tjwn. Ale?a*dria, Baltinuve and Philadelphia, a j.1 IV p-r annum, payable?SIX CENT8?week ir in the A*?*?u. To mail subscriber* the sub fcnption price in THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CEVrS a year in airmee, TWO DOLLARS for silX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE j|i?>'THS. Si*g:.s cr.nn on cent. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1854. NO. 37S. FBOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDOlfALD, 102 Nassau Street, (corner of Ann.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SPRING TRADE, 1854. DHODGII AW. 37 MnKIrn Lane and ? 59 itrftf, invite* the atten tion o! his f >rm*"r en-t imers an i merchants gene rally, }'irtiriiiarfy lvtrjnalr Buyers, to hi.? immense ot.'vk of 1\I>1\ KCBBKU which he has n"? em h?.I and is daily weiring from his Facto ri-ss including? CMT<, TAPE PRESERVERS CAPES, W ill PS, GLOVES, CAR...

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