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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. BLE8T OWES AT HOKE. Air?"()W FaIXs at Home." Away on the hanks of life's bright river, Far, tar away? There will my heart be turning ever, There's where the blest ones stay. All through tkis vale of siti and sorrow, Sadly I roam, Still longing for the dawn of the morrow, And for the blest ones at home. Ail without is dark and dreary, Everywhere I roam. Oh, brothers how my heart grows weary, Sighing for the blest ones at home. Through all earth'u sunny scanes I wander'd, In youth's gay morn ; How many precious hours I've squandered. How many mercies scorned ; When seeking sia's delusive pleasures, Wretched was I, But now my heart has found a treasure, There with the blest ones on high. All without is dark, &c. One hour there is forever brinjrng Memories of love; 'Twas when mv sighs were changed to ranging Of the bb st oiie? above. When shall I see my Savior reigning On his white throne .' When will be hushed mv hearts complaining, Th< re with the Mr 1 ones ...

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. — 4 November 1853

THE EVENING STAB r PfPLisHRD rmr *rrcR""K>i*, (?*< ept ?h?diT,) Ai Mr .S/ a Offne, on D itrert, rear 12M, nearly opyo ?ilc the Irving Hotel, Hi WALL AC II K HOPE. Tn <nlw?Tih*r?i?i lb*' ritif* nf Washington.Uretrgt*. r'wn. (ir>.l Al*iiiuln% at A3 14 jvr annum, pay nfilr -fi|\ I'KVTS?wri?|(ly to tlm Aa?*iit?. T*i pi ill -;ib-< iiln-rs tli? <iih .rri(?*ioii pm*- t? THRKK ikii.IJM AND FIFTY CENTS i v. ari!irv/. tf^e. ?rv\*.? IhiT.I.\R.*s ?".r SIX MOVfllS. and ONE l? >1.1, \H for TIIiiEC .MUXTHd. cringle copies ox? r?ir. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. ?., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1853. NO. 26S. THE WEEKLY 8TAE. Thweicrtleol Family and N??w# Journal? 1 lung a fTf-nK'T varwt) of iul( rwttnf r??adiii{ tliaii can j be found in any ortirr ir pt:hh?hcd on Saturday. T*RK?. O** Doiu* and Twkktv-Fivk rewT? per copy. i<> CI life*?Fn-r i-npm for ?5.00; T?rn copinfnt $800; Twenty copira, %U.0U, Ca?ti, tmorioUy >? * trance. Toktm who art a* ipau will l?r alkmvd a cottuiHMiioa of tw...

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. — 4 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITyT" FRIDAY AFTERNOON,NOVEMBER 4. {&?.THE"8TAR" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON D STREET, SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH, NEAR THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IRVING HOTEL." tfyThe 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, Grorgetoicn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies comhxncd. rFTo insure ihr insertion of Adrer livrmrnti thry muat be brought to nur ronnting-room before 12 o'clock nihrrwinr they in?T *o? nppenr natil the next day. THE NATIONAL THEATRE The theatrical season for the coming winter in "Washington, will commence in about two weeks. Mr. E. A. Marshall, the accomplished lessee, is resolved to surpass himself in his efforts to please. He will begin operations with the world renowed " Julien," whose wonderful music set New York in a blaze, and whos? " American Quadrille" is one of the...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 November 1853

I I DAILY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS. V Lrne'iHn and Contrurfi?Fine build- ' ?;>?? -The firm named above, combed of Mr. ' Thorn1- and Tltoma.- I . \< have I heen engaged during the season on somen! the I rtl^,i building* in the Metropolis. Among thehuild ,uc contractors they orctipy a eon.-pl^ious place. ,|(j wl||| ;| view to a condensation of notice's of tin many improvement* of tlm District, which we have | vim ? we propose to notice them under the head j ?sg* ol' the contractors name*, beginning with the j above, and will be pleased to note the works of all other*, who afT.nl n< the opportunity, in the same manner. The Mtowinz ate some of the extensive work* of the enterprising mechanical lirin at present tinder notice: WilUrtP- Hotel is one of their principal contract*, reflect in: high credit on tlietu Mid the other workwn. An entire new front on both streets, of pressed brick ha- been made, with a prominent done ?nr'ieo, and other ornament*!, as w.-ll as useful ad tiiii...

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. — 4 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR, j ~ THE RICH MVH AND BEGGAR. \ beciar 1>ot stood at the rich man's door? . ? I on houseless and friendless, and faint and poor. ? iid the hoppir 1hw, a- the te:ir drop rolled IMWI1 hi-, thin cheek, bi;uiched with want atul rold, I ??oh ' give me a crust from your l> ?ard to day, Ti> help Cie he.^ar boy <-n hi* way !"' ? Vi>t n crust or a crumb," the rich man s^iid. ?Be off. and work lor your dailj bread The rich uian went to the parish church? lit* face grew grave as he trod the porch? \nd the throtiginj* poor, the untaught mas', [?rew back to let the rich man pass. Th?- service began?the choral hymn \r..-e and swelled ftfroiigh the long aisles dim ; Then th? rich man knelt, and the words he said Were -'Give us this day our d:nly bread """?"Mr. Randolph, iu one of his sketch ed quotes the following lines a.-> descrip tive of the state of parties in Washing ton. Will it not apply as well now to th<- state of parties and politicians in New York...

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. — 5 November 1853

1 rvr\t\n ctap By WALI. ATII i HOPfc. i i v i i 1^ b ' ^ i tt i i /?? b' fo,,nd "? ?"> "^-k? publ^hed on S^wrd.,. jlj t ? J i 1 1 i l vj k-7 j_ 1m. lit . '.I .ii.-i iiKm tl??- -?ii,??rii>ii"ii pri? i- i< 1 IIRhL - - - ?- . - . ? _ . ' *-?(?,! '.J!!*1 <"<>p#r* *?* %.YlNt; T?* conr* Km f; ,| I **!> KIFTV rKNT^ * vmrin ?W-r. ? ? ~ TW*WJr ^P^?, l^h, inrmrlmUf M &&tt^?uercr.25 vol. ii. Washington, d. c., Saturday, November .<?>, 1853. no. 260. ? .-..-j,. ?<> tict {_ ^ ! comnm?iuR of meaty prr ctnt. * r ( I medicines which neves TAIL 10 give satisfaction. Or J. S. RrtSK in an honorary momber of the Philadelphia Medical Society, and graduated n 1*20. fr""n t'"" University of P> nnsylvanla, under tV ?l! H?-,. of the truly eminent PTofesanrs Phys j.-k.niapmin.iiib-m. Cote, .laincs and It are. n?m^ r, ;'hr .?.-t for mollril science. Being solicited by ?h Is pfhi!? to Put aphis Preparations, j,,, na? o<T.r? to the public, a? the res alts of hi* ex...

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. — 5 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY* HAT1RIMY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 5. CT/-THE ? ST AR" OFFICE IS LOCATED ()\ I? STREET. HECr?xi? POOR FROM TWELFTH VEAR THEJUNCTK>V< ?F T\VELFTH STREET UN PENNSYLVANIA AVENI'E, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IRVING HOTEL.*' ZyThe large circulation of the Star males it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgttmm, inid Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. I y To innarc Ihr in?rrli?n of Adrrr tiormrnU thry mn?t br brought to ?nr rAiinlins.rooni h?-lore 14 o'clock >1., oihvrwlw ihr) nu?y not npprnr nnlil fhr next ?lny. A GOOD PAPER. Our friends in the country who want an excellent newspaper, could not do better than to subscribe for the Weekly .Star. The number for to-day is decidedly one of the best yet issued. For variety" use fulness and amusement, it cannot be sur passed by any weekly journal in the country. .Ml we a>k is an examination, to convince 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. — 5 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS. . . j &i*ht.?Chi'* of train- *?f rars froi.ghlfo the depot a ^n?l re:'lit of life, whit h j .?l*-j<-? tit* rc-illt of existence, but Hot ninny.. so jrriiliirh >lril>in;a this". Mr. R'-'Iti A r*:i 11 ii?l:*r?. ..i Ibinbr-oii cunty. Kcnto. ky. I ??ft 1?i- hnlnc xxith l? 1'irnl Dml lovr't ui'c anil one bc.iuli'ul rliilil. I-,,I ;i -||.?rt lime ago, and proceeded to the W'M.on a 4t.it to that region. At Cincinnati, the wife anil . lual died, amidst stranger*. l>Mt w itli the jm oplc of citx <>f the survivor. a* his r< million was peculiarly distressing. From bearing the bloom and liveliness of a happy man. lie changed to "the -ear ami yellow leaf" of the parting year, vlini he arrived at the llcpot here, with hi" acred eharg. !<? carry Immr to 'Old KeiitWcky" lor I n'i.il. h<- look cd him-rlf tin- picture of drath. Tlir m?cng- r "! "" Iwlovril ili .nl he was, to takcthrin to ili'ir la-t P p?'sr, ami In app? aj.-J a* though t...

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. — 5 November 1853

PUf.Y EVENING STAR, j -v(yre for Him .'?Lewis, the fun-loving editor of the " N. M. Union." (saysan ex- 1 change-) is a candidate for the Legisla ture. In the last number of his paper he publishes a circular to his fellow citizens of ?gA t columns. "Whereupon he says : It may be asked why I write so long a circular. An anecdote will illustrate my answer. Once upon a time an old lady sent her grandson out to set a turkey. On hisreturn, the following dialogue, took place: ?' Sammy, have you got her ?" " Yes, grandma." ?' Fixed the nest all up nicely?*' " Mighty fine, grandma.'' "How many eggs did you put under her?" ?' One hundred and twenty, grandma. ' '?Why, Sammy, what did you put so many under her for ? " Grandma, I invited to sec her spread herself!" Mv opponent* will pitch into this cir cular?hope they will have a good time in making a large per centage oil* of it. A ,-diurt one would be as much as they could get over, but I icant to see them spread th'm selves. We say Ilurra fo...

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. — 7 November 1853

THE EVEirrse BTAB i? rritKRKO evkhy ArriKxrx)*, (kac?pt muDAr,) Al the SI u Ofhcr, on D itrett. iwar I 'UK, m**rty*pjio Bt mte the frrinf WALLACE k H0PE. To nib*rilx(f( in th? fitJf o(VV*?hlnj[Uui,C?>r([e lown, and Al?*andna, at & 19 p?r annum, pay SIX CENTS?w?*Uy to tbe Amti. To Diail ?ub < nb? ri tlie aubjcrmiwn pri<* u THREE nuiXAiW A*JO P1FTY (JKNTS a rwia adrariet, TWO lioLV-ARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DtiLLARfbr THREE MONTHS. Sikolk cepiBS one cs5t. ?r THE WEEKLY ITAX. tamg a grMtrr rajicty mi late be found tait) aifcta is putibabtd om C?M .! T MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1853. j Om Domak *?? Tw**t* Ft?? cwt* pm copy. T*> Cluba?ftwf -cofim lo* $1.00, Tea ropM* Cut ?'I ffi-OO; Twwuj- copies, $15.00; CajJi, trnxinaUy m ] +Jisme?. INO. 2/0. p,>*TH4*TtA* wh0 act aa agent* wUI b* altowH a medicines which never fail to GIVE SATISFACTION. Dr .1. ?. RO?tJ in *? honorary member of. the Philadelphia Medical s iciety, and irrnduRted In IS'20. from the University cf Pennsylvani...

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. — 7 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 7. fc^THE 449TAR" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON D 9TBEET, SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH NEAR THEJCNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IRVING HOTEL " ?yThe 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, Georgetoicn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. ITT* iuaro the iu? rtiou of A d rer linrmrnl* ?I?ry mum b?- brought to mmr (?uuiing-room brfarr 13 ?'rlacb .11., otbrrwior lh?j uiay opprnr autil Ihr aril din. * Ah, Xr. McCarty, bat y fla* ther m? f* The Baltimore American has our thanks for the kind intention with which its editor penned the following paragraph, which we extract from a late number of that japer: " The Wa?hington Star, to whose industry ix> collecting all matters of Washington news and gossip, we are ind^?ed. gives evidence of the success it bai meFwith ...

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. — 7 November 1853

daily evening star. CITY ITEMS. PrankUm New York .1**>Hvtion -This body of givnaen took Die car* last evening for Baltimore, en .aif fair Philadelphia and New York, numbering ofiy four men, independent of the band, ?ith Mr. R f Doyle President, and Marshalled by Messrs. porter and Garey. They were courted by the Columbia Fire Company, all of them making a noble appearance, and Mar^ctti*- excellent band made the streets lively with their martial music. The Per v-verance gave them a friendly salute ;w they passed their engine kouse, which was heartily respond, d to. ^nd a large crowd accompanied and cheered them off. They armed in Baltimore at twenty minute- .if seven o'clock la-t evening, immediately formed and marcbed n the Philadelphia Depot, numerous firw men welcoming (??<l following them, and the band ,?>unnf forth strain- that won the admiration ol the B.iltiuH?rean?. Tbey w ere escorted hy Cap*. Lilly. I auction. which had beeu sent on on Friday ,v, mug. w? attached t...

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. — 7 November 1853

DAT I>Y- BVBMM STAR, , TA*U?0 ir tA*T' "r - A few dajs since, constable Judd, was called upon to fulfil'it writ bfepMtmdbt* issued by a son of the Emerald Isle, against.a fallow countryman. Dan, who never needs persuasion to do his duty. in? stantly called on Pat, and found him ?eated in the house named in thfe writ, enjoying a " dudeen." ........ ? " Good morning, Pat,'" said Dan, pul ling ouLhis Writ. '* '* ^ ?? The top o' Ihi morn in' to ytmr*lV' replied Pat. ' ?" . ., Patrick. T have business with yow," continued the constable. '? Be dad, and sure you have, or ye wouldn't be here.""* ' " 1 have a writ h?ro, commanding me to eject vou and yoirr goods from this house. It's rather an unpleasant duty for me to perform, but ? .t * 44 An* it's Michael t)'Balligan that or dered ye. shure?" V .? 44 Yes, sir, Michael w the man." " An' did he pay tlie "costs, Misthur CoristaMH**- ** 7 ' 44 ('Plainly: we always have the easts in advance in these cases." "Then ye have been paid for your ...

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. — 8 November 1853

THE EVENIHG STAB n r?BLi*?aa iriRi irriMuvo, {txcMrnHMUAlJ MtK?SLm Ofur, on V *r*d, mm \Xk, nemrly opfo nte tKt bring llolcI, Bt WALLACH * HOPE. To <Mifc?criber?inth?ci?i?>? of VVI'hirtjton.Qeorfe tnwn, tail Alexandria, af f3 19 per annum, pay abl?-?SIX CENTS ?weekly to tha Aj?uu. To mail wiUcrib^T* the *ub?fription prioe i? THREE not I \it-3 AND FIFTY CENTS a Tear in adianrt TWO HOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Simolk cents oxi CI*T. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1853. NO. 271. TBI WIIIIT STAB. TliiaciceMent K*imly and N*w? Journal?contain lamja greater Tanety af latevmnf rmOf than cat be found ia any wbw to puk Obi Dotiii tun Twnrrr-Fivi cct*T* per aiagk copy. To Club*?FSt* copta* for $5.00; Tea eomtt ftn #8 00; Twenty copie*, 915.00; Caata, weeneUy M Wmmk. PorrximM who an aa agnnts will be aDowad a commission af tweuty per ceriL MEDICINES WHICH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATISFACTION. DR. J. 8. ROSE is an honorary meoihwr of the Philadelph...

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. — 8 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY; TUE?DAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 8. ft?-THE"8tar? OFFICE IS LOCATED ON D STRF.ET. SECOND DOOR from TWELFTH, \ EAR THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH street AND pennsylvania AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S " IRVING HOTEL." gyTke 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, Georgstoicn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. QTT?1?im Ifcf lanfrlUi tfAdrer. liirnruti ttacy iuh?i be brought to our conn ting-room bffarr 19 o'clock n., oihertriir they may not appear aatil ihr aril day. WATER FOB WASHINGTON. It affords us great gratification to be able to state that to-day ground was for mally broken in the work of constructing ? C ihe aqueduct through which the water is to be brought from the Great Falls, for the 3upply of Georgetown and this cjty. We need hardly add that this event is a sub ject of rejoicing on all hands. Our city needs this i...

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. — 8 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. CITY lTEWB. Going to a Ball.?On the evening of the ball of the President's Mounted Guard, a young gent, became interested in a private raffle for tickets of admiaaion to the Mime. He made three effort" to win a ticket, not being disposed to pay lor one, costing him sev enty five cents, but finding hi* lurk at a low ebb and excited "till more by a desire to go, be purchased a ticket, coxing $2. But still he wa? in a predicament, his dress not baing tasty enough for such a gay com pany as were that night assembling at Jackson Hall, and his boot* were totally unfit for the purposes of dancing. A pair of patent leather boots must be had. and out of his pocket went $3.50 more. This wa? pretty lough to the young "park, but go he irotiM, and M) h< bought the ?hoe?. All now had rivi him 96.05, and yet he was not "fixed up right." A friend, how rver, raise to his relief and loaned him a neat vest, and a clean shirt, and now he was, ??The shape of fa?hion and the mould ...

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. — 8 November 1853

daily evening star. uil or AEBTVALS iTTHIHOTELS. K.|i?l>l n?Hl M. A DBITER. j W Crwn. Md M8H Garrett, V* R C Poultney, do Mrs Garrett, do \Vm Stump, do o P Bell ft. lady, Cuba j Du>*U, ma CA Whituey ft. lady, NY Dr Horw.tx, Pa Mr ft Mm Bradford, La C W El In, do CO Sandford, Va J D Wallace, Ohio Mrs A F ft Misa Sand 8 Wesley, P* <?rd, do 01<> Bull V Tipham k family, NY Manner Straknsch H H Baburk ft lady, do B Slanders, Cal Master H G Baburk, do Hon Jno Crwwwell, Pi Mis* M G Hull, do Pol W VV Jack?on, do C Fontaine, Texas VV H Moore, do B Stewart, Tenn J ?> Jackson Si ladv. Kv Mrs Stewart ft family, do Mr" H Mali Si daughter, Mis* Sue Henry, do XV D K Stewart, Va Miss Clark, do Mrs Haxall, do Mr C Malt, do Misa Haxail, do s T Lendram. do Mrs Moncure, do W L Cabell, l'SA 3 Misses Moncure, do J Hilliston ft ladv W J Meeks, Md VV R Constable. Md A Day, Pa. Browa*' llate!?T. P A u. BROWN. W P Morse, La J R Judkins, Va J Fanistalk, do P I'pton. NY M VV Com plop., NC J K...

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. — 9 November 1853

THE EVENING STAR ? ftslismk ivert Arria*<>?x, (??c?rr ?ti?dat,) -ft (At St b Offii e.an D -trrrt, near 19/A, nearly oj>j>o tHe Ikt frring Hotel, Rt WALL ACR k HOTE. To ?ntwcn!xT*in<>f Wx*binjton,0<'orj??> town, *n<l Alrx.-in-lna, at .*.1 14 (x-r annnm, pny *M* ?HIX ?wreUy t<* ih< AjpuI-. To nnil Ki!i-(iikw th? -uS-uription pri<t? is THREE FM >1.1, \.<* A VII FIFTY CR\Tf? * vw?rm nJmnct, TWO HH.I.ARS f..r ?<t\ MONTHS, and ONE D<iLLAR lor THREE MONTHS. riixai.E copies l>Ot CKfT. EVENING STAR. TEX WEEKLY 8TAX. Tta??excHt?U Family and Xcws Journal??MMain tainga gr?ater vmnrty of intrraning rrtulinf tl??n < an be found in any orti?w?is published oo Saturday tee**. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1853. Ok* Dollar mn Twextt Fite rants per sinf1* ?Five copies tor %S.OO; Ten cujuf?,"t $6 00; Twenty cupiu, $15.00; "? JhM. NO. 272. Postmaster* wl?o art a* nfer.ti- will br atU w<d c*uuumnob 1 t? uuv Dm p?? MEDICINES WHI...

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. — 9 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 9. 07-THE "STAR" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON D STREET, SECOND DOOR FROM TWELFTH. NEAR THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IRVING HOTEL." VCTThe large circulation of the Stab makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers tn the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash' ington dailies combined. IdTTtlMin tke iaffrliva ?fAdrrr* tbcy brtaght (? ?ar c??tiR?.rMni fcofirt 14 a'clack 91., ?ihfrwi?f thrr appear natil tbo imi day. OAS We understand that a concerted and very general movement will probably soon be made to obtain from Congress efficient legislation, by way of regulating the charges of the Washington City Gas Company, fixing a reasonable maximum of rates, and mulcting the Company in damages for taking pay for gas which has not been consumed by the payer, when ever the latter may be able to show, by proper...

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 November 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. CITY ITE.nw. Stfignltr Arrest About two years a?o, a man was ?f?B to take from the front of the store of Mr. G. W . Hiataa, tailor, east of the National Hotel, a very fine coat, exposed at the door a* a piece of Ihr han diwork of the ?hop. Chase was given, in which several hack men joined, Jut the rogue escapcd with his booty- A reward was offered, constables and police put on a search, but nothing could he ascer tained of the purloiucr. The matter w as given up. and Mr. H. had to content himself with the los* of hi# coat, worth thirty five dol'ar*. But tiie old sav ing that "the rogue will always be found out, s<ioner or later," seems to have been verified, for on Satur day l&ct, Mr. Ilinton himself lit upon the coat ou the back of a stranger by accident. He win passing the stora of Messrs. Hall it llro's., on 7;h street, when he observed the man sitting on a dry goods box on the pavement, with the coat on. A'ter doinT some busmen in the Rank of Messrs. S...

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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