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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. GOD BLESS YOU! "God Mess vou.,;'? kind, familiar word! Before my eyes the letters swim ; For?thrilling nature's holiest chords? My sight with fond regret grows dim. God bless you ! closes up each page Traced by the well beloved of yore ; Whose letters still from youth to age, That fondly anxious legend bore. 7 heeded not in earlier days, The import of that yearning prayer ; To me 'twas hut a kindly phrase, Which household love might freely spare. But now that grief strange power afTords, In those loved hallowed scrolls I find This earnest, pleading, sacred words, \\ ith all life's tenderness entwined ! Now thou art gone (ah ! dark above ' Thy gravestone floods the winter rain.) And all the old. sweet household love, Fades into memory's silent pain. On earth for ine no human heart Again will breathu those words divine, But, sainted soulwhere'er thou art, Thy angel pleading still is mine. WasJiinslou Sfovc Manufactory, X E. r.nrnT nf 1Y rinsjflcunia awn tie and 1 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. — 18 October 1853

THE EVENING STAB rfVLisHFP bvirv afternoon, I tiripj- ICNOAT,) Jtnr StM Of*, f. on D near 19U, nearh omo nit the Irving Hotel, "*FV? It v W A I.I. ACII & IIOPB. To .iiNK-rr- r.il,Hie, itir- of U ashing,,n>(; t<nm. and at *:* |o p..r annum %, able?SIX < E\TS?weekly to the Ajpiit* To mail ?nh?oiber? the -oitwription price n tiipvp lutl.i. WS \ VJ? FIFTY ? KVTH i vtnrin wira^. t I'-i f... CIV MdVTI, . MONTHS, and o\K nnptK? Trt'H '??>1.1. AKS for SIX >fo> lOiLAIfa TUB MONTHS. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, STAR. TUESDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1853. NO. 253. THE WEEILY STAB. "nmeicel'ent Family aid W?r* Journal?eontaln tain? a gri ater \ ariety ?t tnrere?ting rt achny than ? t* found in am other?it published fH Saturday an tm-Firi rtNTi par ataifJa ItlM. "hi Hoi.la* a*? Two coo>. To Clnh??Five r?|iir. far .VVUO; Ten ?ipm fia ij %"?00: TVentv rwpie?. fl.YOO; 0a?b, m mHrtvr. Po?t?*?tmi!< who aat ?? ?e<'iii* ml beaiowad a , commission of twenty p,r cent. I OFFICIAL. Tkia'UT Orrt...

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. — 18 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. W A SUING TON PIT Y : TUESDAY AFTERNOeiN, OCTOBER 18. Z3*The large circulation of the Stak makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetcnrn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. lyTain^nri thr innrrtiau of Adrcr ti unit frit* fhry miml br branglil 10 our counting-room before l'J ?'clock M., olhfrwl?4> they iiim; ?ot ?P?,,lr ? uti I the next day. -f ^0 0 tr m ? To those in Washington having Friend* at a Distance. If vou desire to keep a friend at a dis tance regularly posted relative'to what is going on in Washington, step down to the Evening Star office, and at once sub scribe for and direct the Weekly Star to be mailed regularly to them. It always contains the week's Washington news and gossip, such of the items from our daily local columns as will be likely to prove interesting to persons abroad who are acquainted in Washington, and the best portion of th...

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 October 1853

DA [LY EVEN iyGSTAB. CITY ITEMS ^ art t?r the J" nervation of order and the \ffriian of yroperiv ? W> call the attention of MiTOf, Chief of Police, the several Police Mag and Offieer*, the Captain and other members * iur Atuiliary (Juard. to the following section* of die above nau?. d law; .'Set* 6. ^ enacted, That it thall not be ,'a.I ft>r "any priwn <>r persons to congregate and nible at the corners ?< any of the streets, avt "Z. nt in any street, avenue, <h alley, or on the "" n.veni. nL-or Hag t< Kit way* of any street-, or ?r mi the step*, eellarr doors. porch.-,, or * >it any public or private building or ottice, f" ' 0r around any ot the encloses of the * '.,4 gjecutive Man-ion, public squares, City Hall Judiciary' square, or of any church. school ' (tieatfv, or a*-erul>ly room, or in or around ?nv other public or private enclosure in tl??- city of wi.hwr'on, and be engaged in loud or Wterous " OT t? insult or ?tab*' rude or wiM-ene eom me'iw'retna...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 October 1853

PROPOSALS FOB CABB YllfGTHE MAILS. PROPOSALS for earryiu.; the mails of the United stt*tc?, from the 1st day of July, 1854, to the 1st day of July. 185=*, iu the State of California, and in tbe T rritririe* of <>re$nn. T'tah. and New Mexico, will received at the Contract Offi-c of the Port Office Department, in the rity of Washington, until 9 a. m. of the 3-1 of Ap-il, 185t, i'to he derided by the 23d of April. 1954.) on the route* acil in the times herein specified, via: IX CALIFORNIA. 12;VW?X ram Sr.n Francisco, Ly Cniiick. to Sacra nie'ito City, 1 25 mil-a and back, six times a I/esve San Frvicisro daily, except Sunday, at 4 p m. I Arrive at S:r rr.isnii'.'v City by 5 n m r.uxt day* | Lrave Purratnento ( ity d:,i y; excel t Sundays. i at 4 p ni Arrive- at .^iin F. uucu~o ly jam next day*. 12501? Kmm Sr.n Francisco, by Martines. *ai>H s Landing and New York, to Stockton, 125 miles , and bacii. six times a week. ; Leave San Frisciico , except Mindly, ftt j P El . . , Arriv...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 October 1853

THE EVENING STAR rcgi.-furp in.tr (eicspt *r*DAr,) fl n Of>rr. on P +rrH, ~vr- J-V*, nern.lt/ 0jfp^ J? tV? ?/f Mr Irrinr Hotel, Bt n .ulach & IIOPE. T? ?tlMrrir?-r?inth<?firt~ nf VV.uMTurtrm n j- ???*?? ?>?'ssst2t I E\rs-ir.-.-wr to th- Atrnr" ^r? yii ;?Vt~ lh? -til. 'i*r,'trion pr?r?? i? Timiln ,:v?. ? fifty (KNTs ^;;r; j"*? r?,? mh.i..irs f..r six >rn\THK vltftss r. ?K lor THREE MONTHS, sl ' j"1 0!vk ,?rrrr. ??'?* vol. n. washington, c., wednesday, october 19, 1853. no. 254. thi weiklt st AS. Tfi'fricel'cnt rami? raw) Vrn>Journal?contain ! taint * p-p*N r variety of jnici**tinr reading than r?a j he !>?i)'d in any other?1? puhli-h*"*! on Saturday. 1UM. 0\r PoijjkR a*v T? rm-firi ? rirr? |<*r fBtg'e ! copy. T'? Clah*?Flv# r?ifw< for Jft.fO; Ten mpf (m j. ** 00; IVrnty cApir*. .* 1 *,.(59; t a-h, iwruriVWy m c<!r*nre. Vii'TH t *Trt? w i?o nat a.? cfrnK w il l?r aBon r<1 a cotnmieinna of rwrmy j>rr rmt. vrpiciiras WHICII NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATISFA...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 October 1853

MILY EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON CITT: WEDNESDAY AFTERVOOtf, OCTOBER 19. [JZFThe large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. tVT? invar* thf ianfrlioa ?f Ai liwmriau they mnat be br?a*b? !? < ouating-rooin brforc l'i a'clack UI.? | ?Ikerwiw itarr mar appfar nntil Ike nrii day. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. Those who contribute telegraphic cor respondence from TV ashington, more fs* pecially the northern "Associated Press," pay the Star a high compliment in the regularity with which they make up their communications from our columns. The conductors of those journals may rely implicitly on the facts thus borrowed from U3, as we make it a rule to state nothing as positively true in our Wash ington news, of which we are not posi tively certain. We have published the Star daily since the 5th of Jul}' last, and in all th...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 October 1853

DAILY evening star. CITT ITEMS. TV Grcnrf Pxraie TthDc*,.?This day?the 19th , , 1,-tol^r, a m'inorable anniversary of the Rcvo LtJon.?m> Prrh*lw *T*a,r*t' b^aus# clo*ing ' rut the victory at Yorktown, which rrnwnnl the T" of Wa-hington Ui that war, the French, under Tauyrne, sharing in the glorv of the day?wascHe j rnr( j by th*' Washington Military in a truly grand ,rade. commencing this morning at 10 ..-clock. At I',,, hnur the companies were lomied, and escorted line the new company, Hie National Guard, ("uptam T'it, from the I-land. The regiment being inroied, at 11 o'clock the column moved, and passed p virw their chief Commander, Major Gvneral and after countermarching proceeded on their , route, in the tollowing order: Prudent ' M"tinted Guard. Cap?. Peek, with new I and beautiful plume*. Washington Light Infantry, | * Tat*. National Greys, Capf. I.. Tower*, ??? first I ??;*aran^e. and looking very well. The Cn?*ncn Ml-. ??'niith, Ins first appearance also, looking rM1erab...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. 00 AHEAD. Go ahead?and do not terry, Nought is sained by standing still; What though yon at time* miscarry, l.et noj tear* your hosom fill. Search the cause* of yaur error*, Gather wisdom front the past, To the wind give the terrors, And you'll jet ahead at last. Go ahead?in useful doing* Let your motto he "III try He who ever is despairing, * Bankrupt hearts and hopes are nipji. What though yon and wealth be sti angers? ? inward, upward be your aim, And those real or faneied danger?, Soon you'll put to flight or shame. Go ahead? the world reforming, fn civil, nioral. freedom')" nam*. All those fort" and outposts storming, Whk h your enemica may claim. Yield no bulwark. take no quarter, Corn promise no cherished right, FVMom'.i treasure never barter. But stand for them witli all your might. Go ahead, then?don't defer it, -liort span sikjii fliu away ; If vou'd finish aught of merit. Yon must ply your task to-day. Set the ball in instant motion, To keep it going s...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 October 1853

f 3E EVENING STAR f. pCtU'HCD EVERT ArrFRMOON, (f.XCgPT ?H*rAY,) ??. i/ Sn on D Itrecl, rear Vith, wfir.'v r>rro n/e rt? Irrinf Hotel. ' B r \V A LL ACII Jt HOPE. 1-?HH??rnl*f*inil>? cities of 'Va*hineton,Geor<?e T?. r.n-1 Alexandria, at .?J 19 fur annum. i?y , rE\Ts5? weekly to tlir Aj'-rir* ~ To iJ.AR for THREE nt rt?T. EVENING VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1853. NO. 255. TBI WEEKLY STAJt. ThwrircPent FamiKaad ^>w^ Journal?contain ^ ? tainc a prater variety of intemtinf trading than ran be found in any other?in puMw bed on Saturday, nm. Out Dollar akb Twrsty-Fiv? c*trr? p? vmfle copy To CI iih*?Five fir>r JLVOO; Ten oOfwe* fut $S00; Twenty copier, $15.00; Carb, mrtrriaUg m mfumre. r<?sTMA*T? rs who net a* agent* wil be alowed * ronimi.<*in? ?>f twenty per cent. ^-niriTTES WHICH F7TVEP FAIL TO St" SlYE SATISFACTION. . S ju^E i* ?" honorary member of the P" jLi^h bi* Medical Sori:-tr. and graduated ?^th' ruir-rrity ,f onHr.nh, under i^ofth...

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. — 20 October 1853

THTT.Y EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON CITY: THr^nAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER ??. ZyThc large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown*, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. [:/T? inaurr ihr insrrliM ?f Adrer tiKrnifnli Ihrj mn?t br brought to ear f ountins-room bfftrr 14 o'olork M., othfrwiw llirjr m?y not nppfar nntil - the next day. Oar National Historical Literature. Conspicuous among the really valuable additions to our national literature, we may justly rank the " Statcman's Manu al," published by Mr. Edward Walker, of New York. It is composed of a carefully prepared collection of historical docu ments, showing the entire political life of the country, from the original articles of confederation down to the present time, Among its contents are, the Addresses and Messages of all the Presidents, from Washington to Fillmore ; with Portraits, Memoirs, and Hist...

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. — 20 October 1853

daily evening star, CIIT ITEMS. fit Parade Yesterday?ShaiA fighl.^The parade vu certainlya proud one lor the eitUen l?diery of Washing**, all concurring In the opin- ! or the fact, that it was the very Vst parade >et , _In ?**"* "ltr- addition to our report of ' ^ *p t" the time of going to pre*-, we may J ?j the varum* c-.mpaiiies engaged on ihc { Uind. near the Monument, in variousexerciT* cal j rulated to improve their military skill, and acquired j Wi,rh of the mkNaf of a soldier's lire end ifllty, In ' operations. Rations Wen* thti in aldindance, 0d nit given out accordihg to "tirhiy regulations,'' tat w"l>,he ,ire han^ Volunteer liberality, there h. mi no restrictive law* to hold the hand. The jbum f??M w:,< wr" e*fcute<*. ''lf companies going | ugh ail the movements of a regular battle. The infantry manuvrrd in battle order, and when the [ rivalry ram'- dashing down they knelt, presented Mviui. t to receive tlie charge, And bravely repelled the fnryol the neighing...

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. — 20 October 1853

fine groceries. FAMILIES who MO now returning from th? Spring*, ud others who are about laying in their full supply of Groceries will do well to give me ? call before they purchase elsewhere, The follow ing l'St in part, of fins GROSERIBS, which have be'-n laid in at the- lowest pr>es ruling before the late extraordinary Vulse, will be sold at a small ad rance over coot: 30 cheat* supeiior Black Tea, at 50 cents a pound, at retail 10 chesta Green medium and very fine Tea, from 50c. to $1 a pound 11 hhds. medium and very superior Porto Rico Su gar, part at 6'^ cents 33 bags prima old Government Java, 51cm ha, and oth-r Coffees 15 bbl*. best Crushed an-I Refined Sugar, for pre ferring 150 extra sugar-cured Hams, farorite brands 5 cases Conserve and two do Preserved East India Ginger. Particular attention is called to the ?b?" BLACK TEA at 50 cents; it ia rich in rtaTor, without the deloteriou* effect of most green tea, and warranted as good a? is geneml'y so'd at $1, and $1 35 cent...

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. — 21 October 1853

THE ZVENIlfO STAB r mu?mwo ivur ?rTBR!*nai*, (ricrrT arnoAX.) J, to St J. Of!,"?? D *trre>, vrar t>2U, nrm 7V P?<, ntr thr firm; /fo/W, ? Hr wall.u:h & hope. T? Mih-cnl.rn.inthr citir> r.f Washinffton.Gcwsc lW,_>IX < KMr.-w.okly to rl,^ AfrnN ?,nl Hlht-f iinrr. th* ?iil?rriptioii price TttPpp pni.LArt* AMI FIFTY < 'KVTS arear in ?V,', r?VO M?fJ.\RS for fFX VOVTHS an,| ovp UUI.F.1R for three MONTHS rr^T EVENING STAR. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, IS53. NO. 256. THS WKEILT 8TAS. Thi* excellent Family and N??? Journal?eon turn tainf a jrreaHr variety of interesting reading than can be found in any other?i* published no Saturday, mn. Oat Uolui awo Twhtv Fivb ckuti per ahifU copy. To (lulw?Five r*|Kf. lor A.VUO; Ten r?<pte* f? jW^Twinty copies, Jl.'i.OO; Cash, inntrMly >a PorrHAPTKa* who art a* agent* wiR l?e aRowed ? oommuMioa of twenty prr cent. medicines which nfver fail to aiVE SATISFACTION. f vR. J S. KIISX i< an honorary member of...

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. — 21 October 1853

WASHINGTON CITY: FRfOAvTuTKHX'^N. OCTOBER 21. ?yThe Urge circulation of the Stab makes it the most desirable advertising me dium iti the District. It has m#rc readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, end Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. A Grand Improvement for the Mitrict of Columbia It is at length becoming apparent that the water power at the Great Falls of the Potomac is about to be put to profitable use. The distant public may not know that, bv scientific examination, it has been demonstrated that this power is equal to at least six times that afforded bv the Falls of the Merrimac. at Lowell, which has done more to increase the wealth of Boston within the last twenty five years, than all her railroads com bined: five millions of profits in the way of net proceeds of its (the water power's) rent, having actually been divided among those owning that stock. It has also, again and again, been made apparent by scientific and practical surveys, that...

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. — 21 October 1853

daily evening STAR. 1 CITY ITEMS. f\, Li- r*** t""1 no Lirenae Election?Much ron .jijirim i- had this matter, both by the ?jn |D^ both of jft-iurh seem In have got astray in j^trd to the exact effect of the votr. it will be re mnnbercd that a lar^e majority wan gi\cn for --no k,fWf " .Among others, Mr. I'lysses Ward, *ver . nhi own signature. takes a mistaken view of it in a j recent niun?**r of lhr The following are resolutions under which the vote was taken. wn,rfi will f? ?? ???*' matter right, we think, and afford 8 fon.. t unit. rstaliding of the subject: jorvr RMOtrnnis providing for submitting to the v..t<*r? <>t th*' city the question of lu i'iisf or no li , .n!te .>f shopa, taverns and ordinaries. X.*olf4,\r t That the Regis. erof the city be, and . ii- r? l>> directed to have prepared a sufficient na?il?mf uckets printed w ith the word "license'* u >,.i one ~t, 'Hid the words "no license" upon an 0.b. r *et. and have tliem deposited at the several wtta...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. NOSE SZMFMBSE THEE. BY HO*. MKn. HOR'ION. None remember thee! thou who-.c heart, Pour'd Iw: on all around; Thy name no ancuish can iuipart? 'Tis a forgotten sound. Thy old companion, piss mo by With a cold brijht smile and a vacant eye, And bom r. member thee Save me! None remember thee ! thou weit not . Beauteous a? ?oni ? thing- are ; My pk?ry benm'd upon thy lot. My pr.le and quiet star! I.ike a winter hud too soon hath hur?t, Thy cheek was fading from the first? And none remember thee Pa\'e me! None rcniehUter ji,ce ! they could spy Koiieht when they gazed on thee, Bu- thv soul's deep love in thy quiet eye. It hath pass'ij from their memory. Ti e girts of jemus were not thine, Prou.ilv before the world to shine? And none remember thee tfave me ! None remember thee ! now tho-i'rt gone. Or they could not choose but weep, When they thought of thee, my gentle one, In thy lone and lonely sleep. Tain would I murmur thy name, and tell How fondly together we used to ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 October 1853

THE EVENING STAB I< r??Li*HrD ?v*?T ArTSRMooN, (Bxnrr ?rw?aTl) jUtheStjt Ofue, on D <treet, netrr bitk, nrarly otvo nie tkf Irving Hotel, * Br tV A L L A CII & HOPE. T'? wliscnhwftinlliecltiw of lVa*hin?ton Georee tm%"> 1\y ^SST- JP 12 ann'"". I?y aMe?HfX CENTS'? weekly to tlie Agent. To ai-iil wttM.ilx-r* the -niwnntion price i- thrpp p. ?M.A.IS AMI FIFTY" CEVTS a yearin Iw T.V . !?' iLI.ARS for SIX MONT,ls/anVo\F p il.LAR .or THREE MONTHS. ??? U?r n^f. EVENING VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1853. NO. 257. THE WBrrtT STAB. TliW rire!'etc FaniJvani' Ne?w Journal?vonuta tain^a grtatrr variety <ti n t-rciing 'ruittu than rui be found in cn> ouirr? i# p?ih;i*heu ?w> Saturday. :T*JS?. Oji? Itoiuit ixp T*i *tv-Fi\ * rit*t? |<T ?tn^t H>V Clul*? F:vr oor-ie* for Ten cop** ft* 00; Twenty <-?>{< - JIS.OO; <'atli m*arutHy m uthancr. , Po?i m A!?Tric- who act a* a?>enu * iB b? allowed a commts-in# of twenty pet frit. f ?31CIKES WHIC...

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. — 22 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: SATrRDAV AITEKNOON, <MTOBER 22. vryTiic large circulation >/ the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetoirn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. fcJfTa injure thr iH?rrii?n titrmrnt* thr) muni b?* brought (? aar 1 connlins-rooin before t2 ?'rlock 1*1.. j olhrrwi^r they may aal appear antil Ikr aril day. THE WEEKLY STAB. This paper for to day is a capital num ber. It contains several beautiful Tales. Gems of Poetry, Anecdotes, foreign and domestic news, reliable Washington News, City Ttems, Telegraphic Despatches, <&c., making it equil to any family journal of the day. It is printed in a form that can be easily bound. The Wkekly Stak for one year will make a handsome volume of 410 pages. As Nilts's Rrgister and the Congressional fHohc have been bound as publications containing a relia ble account of the proceedings of C...

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. — 22 October 1853

CITY ITEMS. C^trrfting tke Suit ?The I.aw on thf Sub . _Krnm -A" art for tJi?- presentation of order ' iid ill'' protection "f Pr"lM'rt>?"" ?"* the fol lowing " uUrf f. .htrl > '' martett. Thai it >!inll Vit lie Mwfu! far any person <* persons to congregate and w.iM'*' the co? net's of any of th<* rtn-ry, ave ..r ii? -t??> avfiiuf. or alley, or on the ."''jarrmnit'i or flag footways of any street*. or ,m.i 011 ?'""??' I ?- cellarrdoors. porches or ^ nf ai-r public ?>r ivate building or offirr. 'V , i on. or around : n; tin- enclosures of the Kx.cuiive Man-i"ii. ptildie squares, t'ity ,,.M .'u,'in:T\ sipiare. or of any cl.urch. school '* theatre. or a^emhly r-Hini. or in or around , id? r pubic or pnvat- enclosure in tin- city of i, and be enga-ed in loud or boisterous ? ",r to iii nit or mak< rude or obscwie com ..r.~ remarks, <>r observations i>n person* passing e -aiae. <f m their hearing. or to so crowd, ob ? i-f. cr won -n.l toot pavement or H...

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