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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. 8LATEBY DT ElfGLAJO). The author of a little pamphlet poem, entitled "The Patent Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin." contains the following fair hit: y Didst thou hut think to forge a "Key" Qi patent form, to fit and turn Jn many locks, that thou might'st learn The misery of the slav?iruited ! Then write?"that those who run may read I" While honor*d in a foreign land, Do not forget the slavish band That groans beneath oppression'? rod? Kuow? nothing of a living God ' Those whom his hand hath made to be, Equal to any of high degree ; Can'st thou unlock or help to pave, The miner from a living grave? Draw from the bowels of the earth. All those who have not froir tlietr birth, Seen light of day, or known of aught, But slavish labor's bitter draught. Or open wide the granary door. To feed the wretched starving poor. Who toil from morning light to eve, Without one moment's short reprieve; . Then crawl into a straw wont bed, Fer sustenance ' a crurt of brrad ! Thtn others taki...

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. — 29 October 1853

Out Doiui ob TwtRTT Five rum par aln| *>r. T?rii?b?-Piw ropim for fS.OO; TVn ropio* i i.MO; T?rtM) copiM, fl5.no; hvurf. Po?t?*?th?x who set a* afiit* *tM Kr a Mowed xiinunttos mi iwraiy per prut WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER THE EVENING STAR |? fC?U?HED (VERY AFTERNOON, (kxcift SHNDAT,) Jt tkr OffUt. on D itrret, near 12tA, nearly opvo eite the Irring Hotel, * Br WALLACH fc HOPE. To <mb?CTil*?r?inlheclti?i nf Wa?hinpton Gforge pmn. sn.l Alumina. ar *3 13 per annum oar ?bl*-SIX CFATS-wreklv to rli* Afenu! T^o vt?ii *u!????.jif*r- ill* ??iihvmition unw id TllPrr \Its AM) FIFTY CENTS a rearm ftV<? M.LI.ARS f.?r .s?\ MOXTllP, an.l n\? 0. iLL.A K for THRF.K M> )STII*. H,NHt.. r0r,e? ONE TENT. VOL. MEDICINES which never fail to GIVE SATISFACTION. UK .1 S. ROSlfr is *11 honorary member of the Philadelphia Medical Society, and graduated ?a 1 <3>. rrotn the University of Pennsylvania, under piiidanre of the trulv eminent Professors Pbys , It. CbHpinia. Gibson, Coxe,...

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. — 29 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATfRDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 29. \?j"The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers m the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. M^Tofitare ihr inafrtion *f Adwrr litrmrBt* (key naa?i be brought w ??r counting-room before 13 o'clock M;i olkrrwiif Ikcy may not appear tkr nni day. A STAE PAPER The Wf.kki.t Star for to-day cannot be beaten. In addition to its beautiful tales, choice poetry, ar.d latest foreign and domestic news, it is a perfect reflex of what has been going on in Wash ington for the past week. It not only mirrors forth matters relating to Govern ment and the peculiarities of the present Administration, hut it also contains eve rything of a local character relating to Washington city worth publishing. The Weekly Star is printed in quarto form, so that when bound it will make a neat volume. Price only SI 2...

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. — 29 October 1853

CITY ITEMS. The Munufrri o f the Washington Branth Railroad T\, H'ashin;ton Hotel Porter*.?The new regu jt..,n hearing ?n T?i? admission of porter* into the raUro*4 Jep"t <n Uua city, is working most unjustly IMJ injuriously against a worthy class of citizens. * '^r having authority there have driven them out th< fry*, in order that they may not get a share Jt the busine* of transporting baggage from the * jr ad v> the bofln. Their purpose is to throw it ^.tly into the hand* of a baggage express company U,n,f o-?-d ?? former agent* and servant" ol the rail ?j / company. To that end, they refuse to permit - of the worthy, orderly, trustworthy and respecta men. wbo are porter* for our city hotels, to?tanil itu'n the portals of their establishment a* hereto * Vf.vi it is well known that these men do not JOI*. ?*"**? . n?iv |W*engers, never fail to comply with theiren 4 ^ii.ents and, altogether, give more satisfaction to UwU entrusting them with baggage, than can he vcu tiy any...

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. — 29 October 1853

DAI F.Y EVENING STAR. GOING AS FREIGHT \n Irishman whose funds were rather low. had footed it all the way to Wheel ing and was still desirous to get as far as Portsmouth, thence to proceed by canal to a point not far distant to the latter place, where work was to be obtained.? Having worn his toes through his boots, and the heels of his old shoes quite low. he gave up the idea of using "Shank's mare" any longer. There were plenty of steamboats puffing and blowing at the landing, and he became quite fascinated at the idea of an easy mode Of convey ance. ?? Captain dear," said he stepping on board of a beautiful craft, "Captain dear, an' what will ye charge to take me to Portsmouth ?" ? ?' Seven dollars in the cabin. ?? Seven dollars ! arrah ! seven dollars ! Why captain dear, I hav'nt the half of that sum." ??Oh, never mind that, Pat, I'll take vou as a deck passenger for three dollars if you will half work your passage, that is, help the hands wood the boat." Pat mused some time on ...

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. — 31 October 1853

THE EVT17 I NO STAR ,? fc-ifumo ivfRr ?rTiRwnox, (tirtpT sb*paT,)i JStkf Of re. on D <trd, near >244, nearly oppo site the Irving Hole!, "T?^ nr vr u. r. a r ? si i! o p r. T.i <Bb?fril?^r?inlhrriti^s of Wn*lnnei<>n.Of>nrg(> tmn. ???? AI * lamina, at >1 14 j*er annum iltv rK\T!?-w.pklv tu rli?> ,\grnTo I MUs' AM) fIFT V%'f^ VT^ ?"* ?RF'E ' A'" *" ' ? * f'M 'svfirmii/ifln/. ? pVK |h?I.L4R.? ?<>r HIX VfOXTIIH. 0\? i i'LLAR ,ur THREK MOVTH8. S.k?l, j \?Q VOL. II. _-T" WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1853. NO. 264. THE WEEKLY St A*. ThMeteellent Family and N*w? Journal ?contain Uinja pmi?t vmnrtj ot tntarocin* rr*diu? titan can I* louitd in any otUrr?<? ptihli?h?d on Saturday. Ona lV?u.*a awi> Twiim Firi ram per ainfM roz olluli??Fir* copie* (or %A.OO; T?-a oo?**? fut ft? 00 : Twrirty flS.OO; r*sto, HirutiaWy ?? advance. Pn<iTMA?TKm? who an w a^nta will be aNnwH % rotnuuMi<Hi of twenty per CTit. . MEDICIJTES WHICH NEVER FAIL Tn $ GIVE ...

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. — 31 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTEKN'OON, OTTUBEK ai. jyThf large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers m the cities of Washington, Georgetorm, and Alexandria, than all the o'her Wash ington dailies combined. jyTo in?ure I he insertion of AiStfr ti?emrut? thf-y mu?t bp brought to our (Onnlins-roe^ before f'J oVlork olli<>rwi*i> they ?i*T not appear nniit ?hr next ?lay. THE STAE ENLARGED We to-day present our patrons with the fir^t number of the Star enlarged, so as to contain three additional columns of the size of those in this journal up to this time. The favor with which our labors have been received by our thousands of readers has made this change" necessary. We have now a circulation greater, in proportion to the population in the city in which the Star i?* printed, than that of any other publish ed in the I'nited States, we believe. As a matter of course, our advertising patron age ha...

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. — 31 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS. .1n .Imateur Fox Chase.?On Thursday morning, bright aud early, a party of young gentlemen, having airanged lor a fox chase, left tin- eity, in high glee, and taking with iheni -oine siitcen hounds, proceed rj out some six miles into Montgomery county, be ,ood Georgetown They |?ut away ilieir intggies in an accommodating farm stable, and on horseback jxwcecded to the giound, where three foxe- were let out < itf went Die animals?oft started the hunters, but "-ly revnard" wan too much for them; f?r after a cbft.-e often mile*, dog* and hues were lost sight or bearing of by the * ports men, and they had to give up the chase The tun thus spoilt, the party return ed to their I ttggies, but one set got in i.i advance of the other,md on arriving, sharp-set, went into the chicken and cider, ham r.nd champagne, Sie., like ?,i many hungry wolves. The conn <|iiei:ee wa-, ihat when the other set goi in, all was gone, and not a ntruthful but a singls crust of...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 October 1853

DAILY EVENING ST Aft. An Affecting Sight?An Insane Girl m Cham*.?Yesterday, a girl of seventeen years, who had been in jail ^since Satur ilaj. a** a ravins: maniac, was brought to the court-house, and put into the ante room of the lock-up of the same, chains being placed on her wrist, and then at tached to the iron bars. Here she re mained for several hours, at times howl ing in a terrible manner, and at others apparently weeping. There was no doubt of her insanity in the mind of the court, but the trouble was where she shonld be placed. The Insane Hospital at South Boston is running over, having, according to a communication of Miss Dix, sixty one more patients than rooms, and these extra patients of necessity were lodged in the halls, passages, or any place where a space could be found for spreading beds on the tloor, or for crowding a bedstead in apartments already tilled beyond safe or convenient capacity, and that they were compelled to endure the inevitable result, viz : disqu...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 November 1853

THE EVEWIJfG STAR l? rr?io?*i? ?v?*v *rTRMnooi), (r?? bpt *r*r?v,) J ?'*' X" 7J5' '?"" n ?*?'?*, ?"tt I J/A vnlv orPe M? /i i in? Hotel, Br IV A 1.1. A <' II A. llt'l'E. T, ? in ihr rif i?-- i.r W.L^Iiimnm.Gwirirr jr-r*. I V?-r ?n fri.-i, at >:{ |-> jH.r a'liinni, |?.,v ,s> 5I\ ?'KVTS wn\!v t?? Hi. Acinic. T? iti-"1 *:lVf ? r- *!??' ^'l'4-"'flflll?.-i itfiiv I TIiKPP V - %*!? I -H V ? r.NT < V r.VV.M|,l,\IS ' r S(\ MOfWTr? v OVP p i|J,\K U>r MONJJIS. 5ingi.( coriti < ht. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, I). CL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1853. NO. 265. THE WEEKLY STAR. Th^nclrei Familyand Newa Journal ?ronfatii 1*1 rvg a greater variety of interesting rending than Cta be found m any other?u published on Saturday. TERM*. 0*i Doiui ?k? Twiktk Five < ikt* p*r iin{t( copy. To Ctuh*.? Five eopiev for {.?.<*?; T?-n e?|*e* foi $P00; Twenty ropes, $lj.OO; Cn*l?, t?u?rruiW> m mdranre. Porr**rrr*? who aet a* bc"m* will he allowed a coinmitiBon of twenty per cent. HFDICINE* WHICH n...

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. — 1 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITT: TTFsJDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 1. RyThe large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me~ dmm in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. (^T^inaare the innrrtUii mt A4rt liwnriu tkey matl be br?a(hl ?? ?r roaitting-ro?m beftrc 19 ?'clock 1*1., the next day. SENATOR JOHN BELL The re-election of this gentleman to the Senate of the United States Sy the Legislature of Tennessee, is a subject of congratulation to the country. He has talents secund to those of no other mem ber of the body, great legislative and statesmanlike learning, and quite as incch experience in public affairs, as any gen tleman now serving his country in any capacity. That he is a patriot of great purity of purpose, must be admitted by all his political opponents; for in the course of his long career in connection with the affairs of his State and the Na tion....

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. — 1 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. ?ITY ITEMS Ft? ee?h rg< of Cnnni'i-.- TIip ftiia'd of Aldermen i wmmt rl thrir Wliolr si <?Ioii In'i ev. nine mainly <*1-1 n? m; ?? i>?v hill in r- I ?i???n ?<? l?irtb?, in irnagf?. an< (k?th?. which. with v.itioie: amendment*, was finatlv pi^vril, Ini i fvi-phi .<?r(t wi'h alteration tbat vi ? rani"* giee a ronn i report ol tli?- at-! to day. The Board tborongMy dilwH tin- subject. Among tli?> ordinary In-mess the Mlowing was adopted: Rev .'re*', Tli.tr the middle of K street tvvth. h<> tween l'?tfi and i-'Ui -treti- west, b~, and it ?- hei'lo adopt-d, a;, a ri'- for tin \Vt?t? n> Maik> t, amlTh.it the Mayor mid out member ot" rath Boird of th< Ctfv Councils be, and they are hereby constituted, a committee to adopt a plan for a Maiket House, to he erexitd on sanl site, with ;< svumd story rwim for pubbi lit' ' ting- and ' ('i-r pnWn purposes, and tint the committee bo authorized to |,HV on*' hundred dollars lor the prepa...

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. — 1 November 1853

From Venezuela. Dates from Caracas to >Sept. 10th, rep resent business comparatively brisk, with fair prices for all imported articles. With the commencement of the warm season, there had been considerable in crease of the prevailing fever, both at the Capital and in the interior, but fatal cases had not been alarmingly frequent. The aocounts received at Caracas from different parts of the Brazilian Empire, represent the ravages of the yellow fever to have been frightful, up to their last dates. On August 23d, the Government had, through the Secretary of the Interior, ad dressed a circular to all the Provincial Governors, congratulating thexn upon the cessation of war throughout the entire Republic. * ? ? * The Catholic Schools in Baltimore. A statement in the last number of the Baltimore Catholic Mirror indicates that the children attending the Catholic schools of Baltimore, number 2,059 in the aggre gate. The following enumerates the names of the several schools, and the num be...

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. — 2 November 1853

THE EVENING STAB jm ?? - y ___ t? ft'lUIB'D IVCRY ifTlWOO*, (liriPT ?CWB*Tl) ? 1 M / ? 1 I ^ /^4 k^A ^11 A ? "V 'HI WXXXIT ITAI. w |jim/ I 1 [% | % I i W ' I I 1 yt IB iliw rlji I )It A I /I K ==srsa:=EEsr" town, rtn.l AU in-i.lria. Nt *3 13 p-r annum, pay ? M V ? J I ^ ? I ^ ^ ? Ik Y ? / V ? ? . ^ Tmn. ahl*? SIX I'KNTs*? wv?kly lo lb? Az*?u. To M ^ ? ?? "? -i- 1 ? ? . _L. 1 fV / ? / M ? ? / A **? IHn.uj AIW TwurrTFir. r.u. q,*U oh^criWr. th? ?iK?cri|<ioD prioe i. THREE _ ' ? _ ^ ^ M X ? ? ? M/ W "ft- ?TT-?Tm Ct>m par Mnrl? ?? ,-/? , -=== '" ?.f"THRrE>""m,s- f ? VOL- ?? WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1853. NO. 266. ^l!T,77^" ? * * conw.hMoa oftw*,,,?9nJS?>X**'a * *a?*"* * MEDICINES WHICH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATISFACTION. R.J 8. RoSE ?? *n honorary member of the D Philadelphia Modieal Society. and crndunted io 1^. from the University of Penn?vlvania, under the (iddiim of the trulr emi-.erit Professors Phy? iek, Chapman, Oib?nn, Coxe, Jame* and Ha-e, naaies oeleh...

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. — 2 November 1853

TUTT.Y EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WgnNE3D^~AFTERN?^W' NOVEMBER 2. THE"STAR" OFFICE 18 LOCATED ON n STREET. SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH, WAR THRJVCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S " IRVING HOTEL." r^yTke large circulation of the Stab viakes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers n the cities of Washington, Georgetown, n,\d Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. ITT? Ibww ihf iiwrtlw liwnrit* tfcey Mast fc? br?i|kt tm mur ?therwiM- they mmy ??? ?FFemr ??l" tk# Mil . . good advice. U you want help or domestic* of any kind; adver tise in the Star. If you want any kind of laborers, mechanic*, or clerks; advertise in the Star. If yon want an office, a house, a lot, or a farm; advertise in th? Star. If you want to exchange property, or to borrow money; advertise in the Star. If you want to loan money, or to get a partner; advertise in the Star. If you have lout anything and with it fe tur...

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. — 2 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS. TV Demand for Ifou*e* never was greater in Washington than at prtstnt, though, as all may per ce ive, nevrr before were so many of all description? being finished. This w plain proof of the rapidity with which the population of the Federal city is increasing. Indeed, it strike* us that in this respect we are just now going ahead iuucIi taster th~ n any other city east of the AUeghani. a (in proportion to population) and quite as fast as any of onr V\ Mtfrn rivals east of the Rocky Mountains. All bunness men here, too, appear to be thriving, notwiihstaud ing the ''lightness of money,"' which, we are per suaded, is only the result of the influence of the state of the money market recently existing in the commercial cities of the North, rattier than of any thing like a prevalent inability to fquare up reason able credits. The Prmidenl't Mounted Guard\ Ball.?This was ? fde we cannot undertake to describe. The miv ?ic. the dancing, the grand military displ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 November 1853

DALLY flVJ&mmj ctaaiv. Pit thkm Down* in* tdk Bill.?A well dressed " jrcntlcniau" went a few davs :lgo to a fashionable restaurant, where he took an excellent break fits t. As he was ? sipping his coffee, the waiter, who had some reason to suspect him, had his eye upon him, and saw him slip a silver cpoon and fork into his pocket, where uj)on he hastened to tell his master. The latter, to avoid exposure, resolved to enter the stolen articles in the bill; and as he thought the thief deserved mulcting, he charged 45f. for them. The " gentle man" examined the bill, but, though sur Irised at the entry, displayed no emotion, le produced his purse, and paid the whole of the bill, merely remarking, " Forty-five francs form rather a high cum for a silver spoon and fork ! T>ut, however " It was impossible that an affair between a thief and his victim could have )>cen conducted with greater tact and courtesy. After a pause the " gentle man " calmly retired.?Galignants Mes senger. Ho...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 November 1853

THE EVENING 8TAX I* PTBLIflHFD EVERT AfTBRSOO!*, (except JP!?DATt) Jtl Ike Stut Office, on D itrert, neirr 1M, ntarly oppo nlf Ike frviiif Hotel, Br WALL ACI1 k HOPE. To sul^oribr* in iIk* cities of Washington,Gvnrjp* l*mn, ami Alernmfria, at &1 12 p<>r annum, pny aNf-SIX CKNTH?wrrtly l<? th?? Aseiilft. To mail the -^titxrriptir.ri prior in THRF.E i???{.!. \|<S A\!> FIFTYrF.VT.-1 artarinat,afire, TVVit I ml.LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOI.f.ARfor THREE MONTHS. Hisoie copies !>?? r**T. VOI? II. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1S53. THE WEEKLY BTAB. ' IVteictflent Family wl New? Journal?ronnin l tiunf gwrr variety of intete?tinF r??rfifif iha* can ' iunwi My ottari?i* pnbh*tt*4 om Samrday. TKM?. Out Dollar *<?t* Twektt-Fiv* rorri per wwtfc copy. Tn (lab*?Five mpim for |S.I10; Ti'ti mrirf S? $8 00; Twwty c?|4e*, fl.VOO; Caah, wmtA m mJrance. Post* imu who art w aprnu mill be allowed a COMaabvioa of Mwnty per cent. MEDICINES WHICH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SA...

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. — 3 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR WASHING TON CITY: THt'RSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 3. (jjjKTHE " STAR" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON I) STREET, SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH, NEAR THE JFNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IRVING HOTEL." %yTke large circulation of the Staji 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. ^Tcintarc the ioaertioa of Adrer liaemrat* tbey moat be brought to our matii(-r?an before 19 o'clock 1*1., otherwise they may Hot appear aatil ibe next day. OUB WEEKLY. We desire to keep the fact before the j>eople. that we issue from the Star office one of the very best weekly papers pub lished in the country. It not only con tains all the latest news from all parts of the world, (in addition to its inimitable Washington news columns,) worth know ing; but always contains the choicest poetry, tales and literary ar...

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. — 3 November 1853

CITY ITEMS BBlyH IntroimU* y?Tlw introductory lec slivered on Monday evening last, bT Ur- H- W< the newlf appoitilid rrofeww of Materia ,n He medical department of Georgetown wa? attended by the lull medical class. and ? and int? lligent audience, amongst whom of " Columbia's fairest daughters." The ^,r proved beyond a doubt, the necessity of ' n belli? provided with an hospital/ree to all? ' r il.r most abject pnnper would receive the same ,nd attention a.- is paid to the rich and affluent ? rtposid the empiricism of patent medicines ; v of u-.ng remedial agent* by the advice of those ?nin[>?"? ?t to give it, and wanted the 'tudent to I lt?. path of quackery and notoriety, which, ,ugh it led to wealth, would compel him to sac . every principle of honor and integrity. Dr ?,v cerantli gave the roup de grace to the "miili uuuiliiiff4" ?r ,he d,>'' ,erl""' wa* h^tnied Lrr,rT>ijfftiOut witli careful attention, and on con tra?. he was vociferously applauded. I'vpr Marlboro' C...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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