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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 July 1853

THE EVENING STAB ?? . E-ii': ^t?>cov. (ixcspt srypxT,) -.: - Ovcc.^,. r> ns-rr 12fA, "err-lx oppo site tkt iriMi; Hr,U>. lit WALL ACH U HOP! 1 . sJ^' nt'ersinihepiftei. or WashmiWn.G'onf- 1 . . i AH \.-.ndri.-?, SIX LEVTd I'ER WEEK, i ? Mi' O.rr. r> at th? tud ol each To ! ':h<"r- ?!i? -i<H>cnptwn pno>' 1* THREE ! ' 'I.L.k- \\U FIF'f Y ("EVTS a yearin advance, i ? "I !? >1.1. ARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE l^'LLARfor THREE MONTHS. Single topics i I Vt f EM ?SOESB MONDAY, JULY 11, 1853. NO. 168. THI fJIIIV ?TAR Will t* <?u?<j on th# fvrM Pa*?rd?y in A'inst, ? wjfularly rvt r>- Saturday the rvaAcr. or a handsome double sheet It wji contain news from all pars o( the world?Si or its. Put try and Miscellaneous read uig, making it a most excellent laaiiiv jouratl CAM BE I1AD IK CLLBO FOP One copy one year . . Two eopie?. one year Three copiu#. one year Five copies, one war i Ten copn s. i>ne year Twenty copies, one year $1 00 ?1 50 or 75 cents ettfc 2 9...

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. — 11 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, .JULY 11. 1853 lyrhe office of the "Daily Evening Star" ij en the south side of D street, two doors ^est of 12th street. j^/ Several active, sober men can make good wages by canvassing for subscribers for the Star. Apply early. July 8. Railway Accidents What shall be done to put a stop to the frequent recurrence of dreadful accidents by railway, with accounts of which the newspaper columns are now so constantly filled, as that their appearance daily has already come to be looked for, as a matter of course. North, South, East and West, the railway companies of America are its common butchers, doing the thing bv wholesale, and with a sa,ip froid. too. which would do credit to regular opera* tors in the slaughter-houses of New York. Turning our eyes to the statistics of rail way accidents in England and on the Euro pean Continent, we find that there, human life and limbs arc comparatively whollv safe on such conveyances, though 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. — 11 July 1853

DAILY evening star. CITY ITEMS . <? .V? // /aj state U>it{ his chances ? The .? .i inqr.iry wliea the name of Daniel T. "? :r?i >5 mentioned is Wha* are his chances : atJ'^u 1 rum what we can learn from f..'. we think that Woodward has made his mini to die. and would make death his ??'icr than imprisonment for life. ; r>? been proposed to him to ask for a sanitation of hi- sentence, but to this h<^ nd says that if a pardon full and free .--nted hire he will leave the coujbVt and . r r 'ttra again, but that he would rather ?Jfcr de-ith :h?n a life of imprisonment .award does r?t appear to be a man who v l.e turned from hid purpose by fear of Imprisonment for life appears more :b!e to him Probably the notion tb?t . ...?? ! friends and acquaintances ha^ede ? i :iu.j neglccted him has produced this fx ? t indifferent? as to his fate. He has no .. u' t c-wsi lere-1 hi- situation, and has come ? ' c C"u lu-iou that, if set at liberty, he will ?Tke.J a- n murderer, unless he...

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. — 11 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. Joe Barker lias been enlightening the Forest City with his choice eloquence. The Plain Dealer thus describes his ad vent : Sitting at. a door yesterday, our at tention was attracted by a parsonic look ing individual, marching with measured step. and demurest mien, up the street. It forcibly struck us, we had seen the in dividual before. As he approached, the | features, the contour, the cane, hat, white neckerchief, formed themselves into a per fect semblance of His Honor, Joseph Bar ker, D. D., and ex-Mayor of the 'Smoky City," whom it really was. There was the same inflated cheek, the same restless eye. the same nervous tread, the same shocking bad hat." tt was announced that he w ould preach on the square in the afternoon. At the appointed hour, a large crowd had assembled, composed in part of a number of Irish Catholics. Joe mounted the rostrum, and began. His theme was the Poman Catholic Church. As he gTe*v warm on the subject and ut tered a few of his choic...

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. — 12 July 1853

THE E V E WIyG STAR r? pt-bumtrb er**T aftekwoo*, (exteih^bttEd^) the SI rr Ojficr. ?n D ttrret, neitr 12#*, nearly ovvo '*? fAe /rrwj Hote'. Itt WALL ACI! k HoPE. To ?ub-crihcr? is the cities or" Washuizton, (ieor*e r ? ?, and .\it xanrtna, SIX CEN'Tr i'EJi WEEK, jwv*; v to th?? Carrier* at the titrt ??neh w?'ck. To mail -nh?rrilMTs the -nh-<*rip?ion prtre is THREE POLL *RS AND FIFTV ?'EJVTS a vear'n advance, TU'O DOLLARS i?,r SIX MONTHS. and ONE DOLLAR tor THREE M'OTHS. coriE* ?-v? ?'EVT. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1853. ? i!?f >1 r.r end ? d NO. 169. wwwtwm wmmm on we nrw rvin refuljuty every fjaturdaj double ihim. It uln toduur Vfth*- wWd?Srofw. fiWv All* THE WEEKLY STAB WflfVliwewtond^ llwFem?<t*viii A? thereafter, on a b*ndwom* ???? frM All partt toHli -<*eHineOw read inf. makinf it a most txceOcnt fcmflv )oura?l. CAX BE Had IX CIT9I F6t One copy one year . ' f 1 00 Two copies, one year ... fl SO or 75 cent* caciu Three copies., one rear . . 9 9f...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TLT5DAY AFTERNOON, JULY 12, 1853. The office of the "Daily Evening Star" i? on the ?outh aide of D street, two door* weet of 12th street. KIT* The rapid increase in the circula tion of the Star is a thing unusual in the history of Washington newspapers. One person is kef>{ bd?ily employe^ in record ing the names of new subscribers. If our circulation increases iq-t.hr ratio in which it has increased for the past three days, for a few days longer, by the doe* of the pres ent week the circdlhtSbn of 'the Star in Washington will be greaterthan that of all the city dailies coiiibined. It is refreshing to those who are friends of newspaper in dustry and enterprise, to visit our count ing-room about the hour of issuing the Star and see the anxious crowd who are waiting to obtain copies of the paper. Our friends can come on: in a day or two we will have in operation our fast press, when we will be able to accomodate every body. Cv" Subscribers who 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. — 12 July 1853

daily evening star. CITY ITEMS f ? ?ilr ? I\? Jatetue'' Voir?Ataregular E'.e'.-t!! 3 of tho Freenion's Vigilant Total Ab f?>ncf!cc Society "f the City of Washington, I? C. held at their hall, on Sunday evening, July ?' 1 ">?*)?>. the to lowing Preamble and Res ]ntior" w<?re considered and unanimously j'l?fted; lVlu rcas t!" member-- oi" t!i?- Freemen's 1A .lltstincuce &*iely of the cil'j of Washington, D C . liavi . ;i;t r yearo of uucwuuig tabor, witneswd til- inmeiiceuieiit of the fruition of their hopes, in ti?> triumphant vote of the citizen- of Washington licensing tin' nefarious traffic in intoxicating drillk-. .Tirt thu- redeeming tlie character of our l?e Jf v. d ? ity ?run the loul stigma of intemperance and itebaucIiefY. winch ha> long rested upou it from t itr 1.1 u- ami ioreign influences, do feel it a proper Mir to publicly express our joy at the event, and to ] iy before our fHlow .-itiwiis of the Union our wishes ;i!. i i! .-igiis. ami tliu- secu...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. A Strange Tragedy. The London Leader furnishes its readers with an account of an awful tragedy, which for moral depravity, stands unri valled on the page of recent criminal his tory. We give it in full: i ,stTranpe tragedy has been acted in a small Italian town in Piedmont. Men daco was a person of fortune, and held the position of mayor of his native town, Yei gotti, some twenty-four miles from Genoa. He became violently enamored of a young and handsome woman of the same place, Maria Oiusto. at the time a widow with four children. An illicit connection en sued between them, and after some time, Mendaco, with the connivance of his mis tress, resolved to get rid of his wife bv killing her. His scheme was most art fully contrived. On the night selected for the murder heinvited two of his friends to sup with him and his wife, as he stated his intention of going on a journey the next day. He took care to display on this occasion the most affectionate kind ness for hi...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 July 1853

THE ETEirilTG STAB - EVKRT ArfrRt"?"*, (EXCEPT *ri*BAY,) Si :r Offer, en b ttreel. tu :r 12M, nearbj oppo titr the frrtn<; Hotel, Bt WAfcLACH Ji HOPE, c? " iub?( nl???rs in the citif-* of Wa*imigto;!?Cfnrae iv .. and Alexandria, SIX CENTS PKB WEEK, r.tvnble tt? I'm Carrier* at tht ?*nd of each week. To : -i,r>-erii><r^ tlw Kiib-cnption pnee i* THREE i |i;?I.L\US AM) ril'TV UEVTH a WRriii afrairt, I ? \vo 1H?LI ,\RS for gix .MONTHS, and ONE ? ?r?LEARfor THREE .M'JATHH. Sikgle coPie? I VOL. II; -vK CE*T. I WAStfl^GTbiN, D. C.,WEDNESDAY, JUEY 13, 1S53. Craaunr I mP^JJTraril BuPfWJ "a M0OH 111 aiqj; 0 . 7nr NO. 170. mot . T> THE WSSXLJ STAB . tvJi 6* i,t ?hcik*ti"at?ird?> i4 Art** md r?gw4?riv?v*ry Niwriil} on * UjuuJwwb* double ?^?rt. Ij w ill contain nfr?n ill f*r* of the world?'"Sinnto., poetry .vid nrou* read inp, making n a must excellent family journal. v c** ?* Sad t* ticw *o? One copy one year $1 00 Two rt?pw?, (me rmr $\ v> <* 7* e^tin each. Ttww *opi*s ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 13,1853. ! ry The office of the "Daily Evening Star" i? on the south tide of D street, two doora west of 12th street. rSy Subscribers who arc not served regularly will please bear with us for a few oavs longer. We are reorganizing our corps of carriers and will soon have things so systematically arranged that there win ue but few omissions. O* Persons in the city of Baltimore desiring single copies of the Star can pro rare them at the Book and Periodical Depot of William & H. Taylor, Sun Iron Building, Baltimore street. Probability of War in Europe The reader will find most important news by the Arabia, in our telegraphic column. The war is about commencing. The President's Progress. We are almost ashamed of our brethren ?long the President's route, on account of the antics they are cutting in their several receptions of the distinguished party of gentlemen who took the Baltimore cars, in Washington, at 3i p. m. on M...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS. Gf retain (*//*?? ?The annual com ?eneetneiit of this time-honored institution, was he! I on yesterday, in the hall of the col lege At 9 o'clock the immerse room was crawled to excess, so much so that persons coming after that honr who riesired to witness ?he exercisrs. had to hear the infliction of tanding up to listen The exercises consisted of various original dialogues, poems, speeches, Ac . interspersed at intervals with beaiitiful music, discoursed by the United States Marine Band. It would consume too much space to review in detail the rich literary entertainment that was afforded onr fellow-citizens by this com mencement, suffice it to say. that all the young gentlemen acquitted themselves in an excel lent manner. The annual address, delivered by Mr John Carroll Iffent. of this eity, was highly com *?snded by those Who were in the front part of the hall, but on account of our distant lo cati'Jivfrom the speaker, and his low tone of voice we we...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Sonnet to a Lady Weeping. BY OUE JIX Of THE BOSTON POST. Nay, do not weep !?e'en from ray boyhood's years I always loved a pretty woman's eye, * But like my toast, I much prefer it dry. And not, like concert-benches., all in tears ? A handsome woman don't look very bad (Unless ;4ie yawns) when ?be is caJmiv sleeping? But. O, ye godsto see a lady weeping Is quite enough to drive a lover mad! Signs are delietou*. and I love iii*m best When?breathed beneath the trystinn tree, to prove The sa'-red fervor of a youthful love? They gently heave a gentle maiden's breast But when, with streaming tears, a woman cri??, I feel like saying?1-'Dearest, damn your eyct ! A Novel Case. In the Court of Quarter Sessions on Saturday, before Judge Thompson, a case somewhat novel in its aspect was heard. It appears that while the U. S. steam fri ' gate San Jacinto, was lying at Malta, two men named Wm. Riley and Jas. Thomp son, belonging to the British Marine Corps, deserted, and secr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 July 1853

THE EVEWING STAB, r rrinsHiD evkry aftejlioor, (exccn sbkbat.) :r OrfLv. on D street, ne.ir vearlvoppo ? ite t\e Irrinz Hotel. B v >V \ L L A C H & IIOP E Ti <'il? r."?m th? cififc; cf \\ a->liincton,Gf orp> .-.rji. Alt xaiuiri-u SLT CENTS PKR WEEK. ? the CanfoNMtlH caduf each WmL To , .1 -i:'1-' rN-'- till Mitwiription price is TI1KEE i I'll ,hr< VXD FIFTY CEXTS a veariii orfe?nce, | - W'n DOLLARS tor SIX MONTHS, and ONE | j.i-LLAll t'nr THREE MONTHS. Sixot.t copies r .u nit. I EVENIi ! - ? "* * ? ... .* * ? " ? i ? - - T"* ? 1""11 - - VOL, 0. WASHINGTON, D. C. it " rc!-zlAsiW i c i t r % fHlJRSDAY, JULY 14, 1853. rrt i .?.ri.r. . io.ii.: i--1 NO. 171. 'L <"VT i ? f: 1 - ?? ? TH1 WEEKLY STAB VVrtlheiweurd on the ttrrt tfatnrdar m At i repilarly every Saturday tho*after, op a double ;-heet.' Jt win contain nfw? from an part* ofthr world?Stories, Prurry and Wi?eeIl*nMu? read uif[, makinjt it a nmtt exceMent femil* joonial. ca* aa hap in <>*>?'?? roa One...

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. — 14 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THUKSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 14.1853. 0""The office of the "Daily Evening Star" i? on the ionth tide of D ?treet, two door* we?t of 12th ?treet. Subscribers who are not served regularly will please bear with us for a trays longer. We are reorganizing cur corps of carriers and will soon have things so systematically arranged that bere will Debut few omissions. The Evening Star having double the circulation of any daily paper publish ed in Washington, is consequently by far the best advertising medium in the District. Business men should bear this fact in mind. Botsia and Turkey. The hour at which we yesterday received per telegraph, the Arabia's important news,prevented us from commenting upon it. It tells the talc, we take it, of the be ginmg of a war, the end of which the mind of man knoweth not. All the civi lized world unite in the belief that since the days of the truly great Peter, Russia has been preparing to act towards Turkey fcs she seems no...

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. — 14 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 14.1353. ^"The office of the "Daily Evening Star" 0n the ?0Qth "ide of D street, two doors west of 12th street. jy Subscribers who are not served regularly will please bear with us for a ew oars longer. We are reorganizing our corps of carriers and will soon have ^ings so systematically arranged that here will Debut few omissions. The Evening Star having double the circulation of any daily paper publish ed in Washington, is consequently by far the best advertising medium in the District. Business men should bear this fact in mind. Bossia and Turkey The hour at which weyesterdav received Per telegraph, the Arabia's important news,prevented us from commenting upon it. It tells the talc, we take it, of the be gining of a war, the end of which the mind of man knoweth not. All the civi lized world unite in the belief that since the days of the truly great Peter. Russia has been preparing to act towards Turkey as she seems now ...

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. — 14 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. CltY ITEMS. iy Wo have several local items in hand, vrhich are crowded out for want of room A. M t> ? i Aimnal Exhibition of the i Scvihiary.?The animal exhibi f,on of she Washington fR C ) Seminary took ylaee to-day at the National Theatre The youth connected with this excellent institu tion. assembled in the grounds connected with the Seminary. at 8 o'clock, and goon after the r'.iuiun?numbering some two hundred and !.:;y Scholars?took up its line of march, pass ing over a portion of the avenue and ar rived at the Theatre a little after nine o'clock The pi occasion was preceded by a portion of ? ic Marine Band known us Prospering Cornet f' :r.J. which attended throughout the perform. : ace a- the thcitrc We append the names of the Faculty : Fi-incip-tl ? Rev. Samuel Barber Profes s?F McAtec. J B Ilegan. J. Oaffner, P. T' McDermott. James F Shurin Professors f Fi ?llev II De Necker, Rev. A. Char C'ttors ?Messrs. Nipper and Cassien rt;catre presented tlie appe...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAK. ' Napoleon's Attempts to Commit Suicide. In Montholon's history of the captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena, it is recorded hat he twice attempted self-destruction ?once early in his career, and again in 1 (in the first occasion his life was saved by Demasis, a former comrade in an artillery regiment. Napoleon was then in Paris, depressed and suffering ill ness. His mother having tied to Corsica, was at Marseilles, without means of sub sistence, and had written to him for aid. Napoleon had noth-ng but an assignatfor an hundred sous. Relating this adventure to Montholon, Napoleon savs: " In a state of dejection i went out. as it urged to suicide by an animal instinct, and walked along the quays, feeling my weakness, but unable to conquer it. In a few more moments I should have thrown myself into the water, when I ran against an individual dressed like a simple me chamc, and who recognized me, threw himself upon my neck, and cried, 4 Is it vou, Napoleon ? What joy t...

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. — 15 July 1853

THE EVEWIJCG STA* J,f BU-'ll # t\euv AfTtSM. ON, (KX? CPT sOSDAV.) Jft\t Mrr Oii-r.oii I) ifrret. nrar 12fA, nevrbioppo sile the Iri ine Hotel, u \ iv \Lii ach &. hope. ?p ... nli'-r- ui the?it'i ? of r* nvi \h-iam?na. SIX CKATS PF.U WEEK, -r !? tlie ?':irii"r.-i at :h? ???tJ ??m-h iv<*k. T<? 1 v. Mj; -r'H r< ih?- *uh^-ripl'Hi price is THREE pi''.L.\K> \\l> ! II i V rK.\'l'S a viarm iWriinrt. TU .> ii'. '"<>r SIX MoVTIH. and OXE r?,i: I.XK ' r THREE MONTHS. Simiie copus ?.? < irr THE WEEKLY STAB ! Will be Issued on the flna Saturday in Aurutt, ?xJ i rrcuUrly every Saturday thcxaallrr, on a baiidMim* double shwl. It will contain new* fr?oi all part* ot the world?Stories, Poetry and Miscellaneous read inff, ma kmc it a mot excellent tamilv journal VOL. II, WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1853. NO. 172. caw >r had One copy one year . . . . Two copies, one year . . Three copies, one year . Five copies, one year . . Ten copies, one year . . Twenty co...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAH. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 15,1853. ty The office of the "Daily Evening Star" ia on the south side of D street, two doors we?t of 12th street. ?7* Subscribers who are not served regularly will please bear with us for a few aays longer. We are reorganizing our corps of carriers and will soon have things so systematically arranged that there wm uebut few omissions. OCT* The Evening Star having double the circulation of any daily paper publish ed in Washington, is consequently by far the best advertising medium in the District. Business men should bear this fact in mind. Cc:.?-?-?i. nal Dictation. It seems that the President's indispo sition to "go it blind," in making all his appointments upon the recommendation of members of Congress, has iaised a per fect hornet's nest about his ears, in the shape of a caustic letter from the Hon. James Maurice, M. C elect, from the first district of New York, which is going around, just now, among the papers of that...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 July 1853

I) \ I FA'EVENING STAR. CITY ITLM3 \Y rftfn Seminary.?Af>er the conclu lian h ;cercm >nies at the theatre, yesterday^ (Whe'C wo were obliged to close our report to go tcprc-O the scholars again formed in process ion, I v.th "<ujio. and flag- flying, marched to tl ? .~"n<inary. on F street. t*hfcrP a dinner ?xwai.ed them. their teachers and a number of pucs' h ?.*:>??dtilyhonored Intheevening ulr' i d.-play of fire-work* vras given in ibe ??>' yara ol the Scminj?*y miliTencd by the musi <>f rh<? l>and and the occasional discharge tl at ill piece of ordnance. The display was kept : ;> uatil near ten o'clock. This morning a y? Jiis military company, composed of s ? t the institution, under command of Hi ill! am 1 ing, |>trnM fcfcial rf m streets. a,ai\ . ry well to the music of drum and Lie i j ? -i x cheers given by them to the Star wen. duly appreciated J ( ? ? Brrn/rr.?F<?r wrae time past, at the ji artion 1 10 th street, on Pennsylvania iivcni...

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