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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. MY HOTHFB. ? Y MaRV N. DK*R30R>. Mother, the light of other days Comes o'w my spirit now ; Again I fe?I those ?s*rly hope*, Tliat tire* my youthful brow. The cherished object of thy care, Tie- nursling ot thine arm ? How did thy watchful eye direct My wayward steps from harm? Mother, what love can equal thia Pure. earneat love of thine ? Though faithful hearts may ever beat In uni.-on with mine. What price rcitM eVr rep;?y the toil And saerifk e for mej Could priceless wealth or choaen gem? Obtain a type of thee.' The miii'-* of India may be rich In depth* of (Tittering ore. And work' .??cs may have bome Their product to our shore. But hearts hVe tliine can ne'er be bought. With he(tf?~ of choicest ???>?! Xor could the eastern ri l.ies weigh Against thy worth untold. Mother, thoie early day* hav ? sjtej Along the line of tirii? ; j While I rrpo-e beneath the sl;ie That mars a different clinic. | Those happy days', those cherished hopes, Have long an^e passi...

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. — 24 October 1853

THE EVENING STAB P rmn^HFP ivsky ArruiMKMt, (exrrpi srj?i>ATt1 J: IU StM Offirr. on n itrref, nrar \ 2tJi, nearly ovfo ti/r tie Imng Hotel, 3 n B . W A L L A C H & II (?p E. To ?ub^Tili. r?;nlhPcifM? of Washington Gwn ,?w-r . kv I Vlnan.Ina, .it .*? |-2 j?r annum, nav ?S?IX I'kvts ?wrrkljr to th?' Air^ntx. To ?;il? ?.ih*r- tli?' ~iib?i rip?n?ri urirr i.- TIIRI-'F TV Ml. \ :< \VI?KlfTVrFVTs;viMln,C;' T'Ai? I.<>1.1.\HS for six Months, anrt <)\E po| !. \(! i??f i lli'KI*. MONTHS. Sinolk tons* n?r tfvt. " E YENI VOL. II. WASHINGTON, I 9 MONDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1S53. NO. 2."8. I THS WEEKLY STAB. TtitffiO'l'i ? f'amilv ?n^1 JtMlRll 'a? n? n .<?? if rrsdiOf tl?*n e*n br found ;u at.\ o v ????? ?>? Saturday Onf not., n v-rj fw-M. I'iv> < rrn ;<rr single Ci.IV T" ("i f T.Vf 'Tpif. .rr t.V'W; T'll ??.?Jifl '?? (>? ; i *,i iv r> :r ?fin"??iMy >? qJn n Po?tv?-.f?- ?*?!..? t ?m.t? t ' k |i)ow^ * mnjtii*r>? ?? . .niv ** r itiii. KZDICINES WHICH NEVER FAIL...

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. — 24 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: M<?NI?\V \FTKKN?Ht\. oCTnRPR Oj. Zs~Thc large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising vie ilium i/i the District. It has mure readers in the cities of If ashi/igtim, (?*forvetown, mi// Alexandria, than all the other Wash ingtondaihcs combined. r?r. intiiro ?h?- in?rrli?n <?f Adrrr fifeemrntw Ihry mti?t br bronshl lo oi?r i nnnlin^-rnoiii bfforr t'? n*clo? It 'I., flihrnii?r ihrr nmy nol apprnr nutil the nrti <lnr. <???- ? GOOD ADVICE. It \nti <i?ut hrlp or ul :uiy kind; whti ti'f in Ihr Ft \ R. II ron w-int my k;>id ?>f lalHHvr?, mechanics, or ? li'fks; aJrrrtfr in Ihr Star. If yon want an office, a lions?, t lot, or a farm; c ?frfrti'e in Ihr S r * R. II jou want Mrx.'li II|<^ property, or to borrow money; mlrtrti*e inthrf*tar. If you wnni to loan money, or to ?;??! a partner, ci'rrrtur in the Star. Il you liavp I'Mt anything acl wi-h it returned; rjf. erti'r in Ihr Si \r. Il v?hi ban- fmuil an}lin...

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. — 24 October 1853

pAfLY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS. , f"T 1 H t'lotr.- Many who weir at the I he NatHmal Guard oh-ervrd a number of win. j.^uant" particularly atteptivr to a lady, Hr? * 1 , Mark -i. k. w hom we uwlrrst'iod to lie nearly a ur y ?r " il widow. Thr desire to dance with her ,ut. n--. and Ihr contention* tb? rrfor, mt. n-er. n'-n* gay itawr, and i>n went llir c-"iy Lo ,1,,,,.?,i:t? iIh> beautiful willow, and n:t they wrnt, jlHir-ilH till llic hall ck?c.l. 'I Ifn came llir tug r,f wir l'.arh was de.-iiions "I sr. ilia t!tr lady home. ,?1 j4if hi a "ptrilirway" w hat to ?lo. \ linrk jt th(. ,| -.r serm'-d to relieve Inr. hroii;(il there hy rp, ,.i tlx' i-oiikM "it*. and into " the lady e ?t. a. ??,M..i. .l hy h- r tall admirer. Put Ihr battle was ,t rtVf. far nnr o",, r party actually broke ,|,r i mi' h <l""f lo crI !n' ,'"1 *l":is Permitted to nlft The carnage diove ofl, ar a Ihinl party dis ,?*?r'd-'n- -urpri-r, f"t hr hail Iwrn making t.,.rv purchase* for Ihr whIow, and wa? not &g...

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. — 24 October 1853

DATLY EVENING STAU. WOMAN'S EIGHTS. -1 vrry merry meatus t<> a very tohtr vmg. BY A **!? If HIS HOtlEVKOO*. Oh, ladies, will you hear a truth, Of late too seldom loUl to you; Nor deem?he begs it of yoai ruth? The writer ever bold to you. For pulse* of his youth. He never yet was cold to you. And. tli'-f-ii.re, 'tis ill sober .-ootli. That lie would now unfold to you What may?apart from rvthmie flights? Be called the sum of ??Woman's Rijhlf." For jmu the cool sequestered bower". For us to kneel and sue to you ; Your feet upon the path of flower*. We strugg'e still to strue to you: For vou to dron tile healing showers Ci kindness ? pit vine dew to yon) On faibne health nid wasted power-", The task is nothing n'w to vou. "Oh, these, indeed? lis love indites? The-- are unquestioned "Woman s Mights. '?All hail," we cry, "the stormiest hours," If thus a joy we* woo to you ! For ii-, of life's drugged bowl, the sours, If so. the sweets ensue to you! When many a hnvy hap wasoun-. Fond...

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. — 25 October 1853

THE EVENIlfO STAR *WKV '"Ennon, ;?*, KPT ?f HI)4T , j, -,s> /i Ofi. r,*n, n ?rrr*. ?,..T ,.VA ?</<? fhr hririf llntri, Hi WA 1.1. Aril <k II opr. T? ...I. .-pi r-,.jj.r, ?f H- r.,,.f;,t)r_r C- , ?"?' ,V:.' *?? P" r * ,M, -l\ I.M-, ivrfMv to v Ap.,,1,: ^ ,l?-< ji'h i - iii- -nh<,r!|.li..? |>rl..,. K T?p.:r - f- \ m? Kirrv?-i:vts ? v??r T? m/V? j <*i\" ? ? -M. *ii< f-.r six months ,,iri ,Z;. .?? i ? ? n r. " I I WW - vol WASHINGTON, F>. C., TUI3SPAY, OCTOBER 25, 1853. NO. 250. THE WEEKLY STAR. Tilt-* r j< ?Mrwl I'tmtlyaw) j l?in(? praKr mrift;. w??-r?"i?vnj tUnn i an !h? found in ?n\ <??|?rr?In p??Mr?l?rrt *n ??'nr4?t. Tr*N*. Our Doi.lar tup T* ? >tt Fn * n >t< |?r ??|t? ropy. ? T" t'luh l"ivr ropir? lor T''?i ' ?S00; T*i my icpirj, jl.VOH; i'dtli, wi rn ic/fj m ?/?yrttrf. r?*TMA?TE*x wl?fi act ?? wit; lir nilonrd ? commission of t unity p?-r rrnt. proposal* for fiirnlaliln^ Itrlrka. rvrr?n -t*tfs Cmtml Kxtkxj-t t* am> -? M'mhixjtox A'?i...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: TI'ESn.AY AKTKRN'H ?HT? ?BKB oy ? . \ryTh' large circulation of the Stak makes it the most desirable ailvertisinc me dium in the District. It has mare readers m the citir$ nf Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. tyT? in?nrc the imwrlian arAdm* li?rmrnl? Ihcy mn*t Im* t>r?n^hi i? ?*r ttaminf-riHim brfarr I'i ?'clock 1*1., ?Ihrrwiar they may not npprnr antil the iril day. #?? ? The Temperance Street-Meeting Question. It will be perceived in our advertising columns, that a mass meeting of the friends of temperance is to be held on Wednesday (to-morrow) night, at Tem perance Hall, virtually to take measures to procure the repeal of the law of the Corporation of Washington which forbids street gatherings of all kinds, under which the Chief of the Auxiliary Guard on Sun Hay last, after advising with the Corpor ation Attorney, deemed it to be his duty to request those about to hold temper ance meeti...

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. — 25 October 1853

DAILY evening star. CITY ITEMS p,i -yiVovnrih.?La-t evening, the L'ntin ?i. n't. Mr. ,n <*??*>* "? popular k. i l>, x'r Towers in that of the chief branch, ?j-,,. , -wrtleinen ih* patch mailer- bvfore them with piii(a<k?W*' pnunptiieas, and. ihcrHorp, a large ,1,1 Kini of ordinary Mi'iii"* wn- done. They met j. I"? i, !*? m ?? adjourned ?t " o'clock. j ;, ;.r Mcin'itil bu-inev. traiwartcd the ? ..: .rf .MJimien 111"- l??ll i>; relation to rl??- ?p it ofa Pn;wrinlfiiilni| ot Puhli- Hciwml*, f , iv, .1 i.-oni the t'ommon ?'tnin? il. Af*cr ? lengthy it wa? committed to tin- committee on fun*'- 11 l!W"fr 'nv")n?! a stew expense to ,v ri?'? Tin- rule? and rerul~!toii4 ttibmiitt .J by ;i? >Tc>r "if i!i' jr>v rnnitut of the police mnpis ri.l ofii ??. t?<rr re.o| ami animatedly oi? #"*") referred to tlif cnmm'tt'r on j,,iKr. with directions to amend ami report afflic ?*if i?i? ?Tii?' 'I for tin r,T>r:|mg of births, niirrufes ?'" I deaths was coii-idercd, d? bat...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 October 1853

PROPOSALS FOR CARRYING THE MAILS. PROPOSALS for carrying th?: mails of the Vnited States, from the 1st day of July. 1?M, to the 1st day of Jnly. l*5?l. in the State or California, an.l in Territories of Oregon. Itah, and New Mexico, will be received at Hw Contract Office of the Poet Office Department, in the city of Washington. until 9 a m. of the ?'*?<1 "i April. 1'5I, (to b? deeided bv the 28d of April. 1S54.) on the routes and in the times herein specified, vii: IN CALIFORNIA. 12.VX)? Kr?m S*n Krundjfo, by IWnii-ja. to Sacra meoto City, 125 mil-? ami buck, six times a week. Leave .Sin Francisco daily, except Sunday, at 4 p m Arrive at Sacranv-nto City by 5 a m next days Lea re Sacramento City ddly, except Sundays, at 4 p m Arrire at San Frs nci? o by ?"? ? ni next days. 12601?From San lranri*co, by Martlnex. Marsh s Lnadinf. and New Vork. to Stockton, 125 miles and back, six time.* a week. Leave San Francisco daily, except Sunday, at 4 p m -Arrire at Stockton by 5 a m next day...

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. — 26 October 1853

THE EVEKIlfO STAR ,, rrray *rrcanon*. (rtrcrr siwdiy.) JUttSf ? Ofi'.nn p?,*rt n'ar l<y*. nearly ?**> nte the /?n>?ijf Hotel, ' B t W A r. 1, A t: II \ HOPE. r.iiiwcn?- mn ih^cin?s ?;?fwp? ,^1. ^I\ ( Hi'fklv i?? lite Avmu To ?,il ' tfwr-i lh' pr?.? ... Tlipnf . -IJ. UJ *M? FIFTY t r?,r.,, ?J' . f,V't I.III.KAP* I?T HIX M"VTHS HI,I (.-VP ? ? . MMoc TIIRrF. MONTHS. S,volV'.r,r, ?,f f ?*t. j VOL. II, I WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1853. NO 260. THE WEEKLY STAB. . Tli? firrltil Fairtlyaarf N>?>Jo*r?al?rontain taing a fmtrr ran fly ?>f ini< rot mc rca<1in| titan ran b? lound in may otkrr??* puMi^tnl on Saturday Ow Poi i.tR tup Twrm T:vr t r*t? p*r copy. T" (IhM Fiv* < ofnr? lot A.YWt, Tm t^pw# f?* $SOO; Twraty rvpm, Jl.i.OO, I xr-h, inrcnaMy ?? arfiiHN c. Po-rrw>?1 rp.~ * nrt ** *;????? u ill h* nHow ? d m rxMHiiwoti ??l (m ill)' |wr c? M. VEPICINES which npver fail to GIVE SATISFACTION nli .1 ?. RiV?K i.-i an honorary m-mVr ?f th" I'luhrtrlpbia M"dical Sori.-ty, ...

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. — 26 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON CITY: wrnvrspAV afternoon. octobf.r ?_>?. VZTTkc large circulalitm of tkt, Stah nu Jus it the most d est rable advertising me dium m the District. It ki% more reader% in tk' cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. ^Traintnrr thr in*rrti?H ?f Adrrr? tiwnifiili thcr mn?t kr braaghl ?? ronntim rnnw fcrferr I'J ?'clerk 1*1., ? Ihrrwiif Ihry ranj nr>l nppenr until the aril rfnr. . ? ? DOCTORS DISAGREE, ftc. We have noted the comments of our hundreds of exchanges rcceivcd since the removal of Collector Bronson, with no little interest, in order to ascertain its effect upon the newspaper mind of the country, and art are able to say that while all scorn to have anticipated it. as the legitimate result of the ex collector's, let ter to Secretary Guthrie, every Democra tic journal, except the Washington Sen tinel, and the papers of New York imme ?hately identified with the decapitated, justify and ...

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. — 26 October 1853

daily evening star. CITY ITEMS _ _ >urr0f the Ditr ucry if tk< fir th' v, v ?M' Powell'* punting of the duiovery by I* 8ot?, i? uow *M1 , xlM,M,K,n >? y.'k,?-?r have before Mated, but will 'v, K r.i,...v.H ?" ?bis ??">' ???'Wing ? u,t" ' fh k in nul l'!- ?phi * ""?! Baltimore ,n ,"' pin- ph turc. by an American arti*t. will nW'Pr| ?*,v "" "" ,!l*t ,IW ',C ?f ,h' ?f l,M i r* printing "the Father of Waters,'" ?- " m< ? tlir View '?? tin: white in in In * \p' eltd . r, ^ofiic time next month He are enabl.dto ? e a f'P"'"! " befo-.r ib arrival, from the v ?? V...k //<> an, Wh!?:h pap'-t '?>?*; Tilint ?f "o common oHtr i- levealcd in ih? J -i,l h^re and there flash-- of genttfj^p " g'v fair promise of ?-*??? nobler fltcbt T?t"ard- tame hereafter. Th- n.on.nrt cIkmi-ii by ,,,,-t . ihat o., which !>, w*.?. ft the he... ol 2!n?"'i- ?*' and attMidauts. hr-t reaches . v.rh Ticne -h?rp ot the '? Father of Waters. ^Y?tand- m rapture a? t!m overwhelming .... t I lir ti...

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. — 26 October 1853

[CoFR.'mW from fi>st page.] venerable fipire of her onct florH lover. an expression of exquisite anguish passed over her filatures. Still she drank in every word that fell from his lips, though the n hi sic of that voire had ceased, and the tone was cold and faltering. When he hade her fly from his solitude, and shun the evil destiny that surrounded him, and the treacherous allurements that might yet ensnare her. she burst into tears, un able to vanquish her love, yet shrinking from the painful change she witnessed. The last evening they were thus to niret she found him reclined at the foot of a pillar ; his countenance was paler, his eye more hollow than when she saw him before, and that of a man to whom earthly things are soon to be no more. *? You arc come, Melahie," said he, fixing his eves with a mournful expression on her, ** in time,to bid you farewell forever. You cannot grieve much for one whom it m impossible you could love. Semid, young and beautiful, engaged your affe...

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. — 27 October 1853

THE EVEFIlfO STAR ,4 f?LT?Hrr evert AFTritJfOOH, {EXCEPT >r.Tl>ay.> jt: lk ' Of cn Z> -trrrt, ?*rr !$A, necrly otu* *itr the [t ring Hate!, Br WALLACH fc HOPE. To-?iSc r's rsinthecide? of Washington, Gflurfts t-~?n, "i*' A' Tn?*fna. it 12 j??r ftnniitu, nav j 3M?-fX tTVTS?wteklv ?;j th?. Ajent". to j,,.i lit- Mil'"fpM'-n prv.e I- THREE piM'.X*'"* XN1'FIFT\ I'tA'T^ ? virin ifw, fiVti' iiLnr^ for -IX MONTHS, and OVE p Ll. '"r THREE MONTHS- J?in?m.e copies oil (I-1*. ? EVENING VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1853. NO. 261. - THE WEEKLY STAR. Thi-'CjciPnit TantiHand Vm> Journal?contain tainga paur \ unity of intf-r?it<tiif readirif U'an t an l* fmnd in any otlitr?in pul-h<h?Tl on Saturday, mat On Dok ar afp Twr*tt-Firt ( rwr? per ?tn*tc iopv. To t'hiV?Rvf i op?f* ?nr fVPP, Tm ? fi* 9* 00; Twenty cnpif*. f 1^.00. ? ??fi, ?n? cnm^K m a'? cnrc. Po?thatrtKf- n-ho art *? igp i* wiHK *Bnwfi a "?Oftiitn.-'MOO of tw e nty jkt o ut. jt*DICINES which never fail ...

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. — 27 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 27. yyTkc large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium t/i the District. It has more readeis ii the cities of Washington, Georgefotm, ond Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies comhinrd. OrT?i*??rf ihr intfrlivn of Adrrr the? nm*i br brangbi to onr connting-roem keforr t'J ?'rlorh !*??? othrr?ri?r they mny n?t appear aatil the next day. We shall not enlarge the Star, as promised, before Monday next, as we de sire to work up all the paper we have on hand of the present size. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER. It will be seen bv our telegraphic col umn, that the steamer Niagara has arrived at Halifax, with one week's later news from Europe. There is no change in breadstuff's, and with the exception of the re-affirmation of the declaration of war by the Sultan against Russia, the news is unimportant. THE WEEKLY STAR. The next number of this admirable fam ily journal and weekly record of d...

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. — 27 October 1853

CITT ITEMS TWIiV>/- >/?!*?* A ! ?r^ i:umbcr -..r# as"uib'cd Ix l tvr-ttin* at Temperance !.'? f! t!:? <??'.!! ,,fa ni'ttirg in r. latbm ?o the -up n ,,f .t?e* t myelins* on 'he Sabbath. Many '" ,i, r- from etiriosit*. in addition to the getters .'.?l'!xrt particularly int crested in the d'nion ' , \t *b*"i? V u'eloc k the meeting wiis or , r!?.;d hy..?l''n* "yss^Ward to th; thair. ? .rr .,p?..ic sev-ral ?ecrtt.iri.,-. Mr. A. F. t un ' opt ti- 'I ?h*! ihsct->:o?. lie "J? "ppo P?1to >it:n <' ?h? Auxiliary fluatd, and said that lie V'vr..f II to the M?y*?r to ?m ?rt .in if In had au , f?? C*P' Bin h 10 l>rfM '':1 a*,M ,!on*' ThF * rep'-ed rhit he had not given any directions m in! th-i? Car-B acted acmri'ing to law .! ?1i- n'd be ?iiT-'ained Mr. Harrington followed 1CJ ~t. oh Mi"!*' ?h* '*?> and tbore whouti uted ?;"*jTv.C. A D :v? nt.\! ?r-k- , taking Hip ground 1..a ::'.ust be obeyed a.- long as it ei feti-d. but .. r favar of i's being aim i:ded. but not repe...

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. — 27 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. Extempore Preaching.?There are some good people who, at tbis late day. dislike exceedingly to listen to a preacher who make.* use of written sermons. A minister whom we fill in company with a day or two since gave us a little of his ; experience on this point, and related the ; following incident: He said that just before leaving the ? theological school, he was sent to a certain j Baptist church in New Hampshire to sup- ' ply for a single Sabbath, and was direct ed" when be arrived to call on one of the members?an old fanner?at whose house he expected to put up. When he arrived the old farmer received him cordially, and immediately commenced conversation as follows : Fanner.?(Eyeing him very closely.) " You have come to preach for us, have you ?" Student.?" Yes sir, I have come with that expectation." Farmer.?41 Do you make us# of writ ten sermons ?" Student.?" I do." Farmer.?"You do! then we don't want you. I'll s|ieak to the people myself first, we want a man ...

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. — 28 October 1853

TEE EVENING STAB r. EU3HTP tVFRY AfTERSOOH. (except srifDAY,) j ' Sfj? G'^c. on C Jfree#, n>*er 1JM, nearly opvo ?it? the Irting Hate!, br WALLACH it HOPE. VOL. II STAR. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1853. NO. 262. L THE WZIK1Y SIA*. Th:* cxccHtut Family and Vew? JoumaJ?contain taing a greater variety of interesting remding than can be found in any otbcr?u published oo Saturday Team. <V* Doliae ak? Twextt-Five cent* par tingla copy. To Oub>?Fiv* ropie* for $.V00; Ten cop:r? <o( 8* 00: Tw.-nty copies, f'..,.#0; Ca*h, tm-anoW* t? cdicnce. Pf^TWAFrras who act a* agents n fl! be aXoncd a commttMon ct twenty per cent. ir wrnTCTNES WHICH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATISFACTION. 1-^, j a ro?E is ?i honorary memVr of the P Philadelphia Medical ;?<-ietj, end jrrad^ated v ].j\ from the University rf PtDDOThanU, under j-iidan-"* of the trulv eminent Professors Phys ic Cfcipiinn. Gibson, Coxe. James and Hare, unin-s i-trited t' r m-hral science. Reim: solicited by ? ?? Jt ?t hi? pntiwnts to put up...

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. — 28 October 1853

"DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAV AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 28. XT'The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium i>i the District. It hns more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the ofher Wash ington dailies combined. UTTaiMurc tbe iaarrtton of Adrrr ti*emeat? they mutt be brought to ?ur rousting-room before t*J o'clock Mm otherwise the; ranr not appear aatil the aext day , i>t , WAB AT LIST. By our telegraphic despatches, it will be seen that hostilities have at last com menced between the Russians and Turks. The result of this war is more than we can divine. The Czars of Russia, for several generations, have taught their people, as a part of their religion, that Constantinople must sooner or later be part and parcel of the Russian territory. Most of their wars and diplomacy have tended to that end, and as the war with the Turk has at last commenced, we have every reason to believe that it will be ...

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. — 28 October 1853

DAILY evening star. CITY ITEMS l ''??Joe >*> W<mh\n#om.~'Our neighbor,C. Gau _ * ?,!! Vr.rr shortly open his new e$bHi>bm?nt on ?arth side of Pennsylvaniaavenue, between lJtb ,; ..J, j-rriet-. Alter thoroughly inspecting it from , bottom. w** ea:l truthfully -ay that the United c.vr?s contains no similar place of btifinr** more oflip.'?efj a:>d ckgantly fitted up and prepared from ,,,-r fo j-irret- It is a confectionary and restaurant .tabltebinent for ladies and gentlemen, on the prin plt of *Jie li leu rati'd places o! Taylor and Thomp .1 Broadway. New York. The store-loom on ?v,!iue ?? fitted with beautiful counters entirely . ,y"Mf and with ;i floor of var gated tiles. Bat k , -h front .tore, rising a ti \y *ti |w, one enters the izlw-! ?*"hich a hundred ladies and g- utle a [n.ij i* comfortably entertained at mall niarble p table'- Tin furniture in tins chamber is in all iq'.ial to that of any room in the Executive !?. Thus, the curtains, of satin damask, cost ai...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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