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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 July 1853

r>ATLY EVENING STAR. Amalgamation. Most of our readers will remember the interesting controversy respecting the de rivation and meaning of the word " Cre ole, ' which last summer occupied the at tention of some of our city journal?. A variety of opinions were then put forth, though the question finally remained un >ettku. Our friend Mr. Davidge, who tC?i *n discussion, has lately > ailed our attention to the following pas sage from a German work entitled ?' Tra vels in Peru," written by Dr. J. J. Von Tschndi, and translated by Tomasina Koss. AS e have much pleasure in pub lishing the following extract, which seems to us to place the matter beyond dispute: The term Creole is a corruption of the word Criollo. which is derived from Criar, to cerate or to foster. The Spaniards ap ply the term Criollo not merely to the human race, but also to animals propaga ted in the colonies, but of pure Eurojwan blood, thus they have Creole horses, bul locks, poultry, etc. In Europe it is ve...

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. — 22 July 1853

THE EVENING STAR i--p: isii? i? rVK.RV irrFgsnox, (r\rErr srs uvO .11 thf St * Oj/iz-r. m .*) ^rcrf, nf iT 12fA, w'lttl- o. ; -> ??iff fh,- Irrinz Hotel, IS v \V \ I. !. A ? !| ii ||(| r K. 'J'.. -nh-i< rifw-rs in t'lirciti)?? of Washington, fleorffe ?inn, ami Alexandria, at M 12 jht annum, pay iM. -H\ CKNTS?weekly to the A;;eii?<. To umit -iili'fJi!><T tiir subscription price i* THREE |n >1.1.\i:-J AM) FIFTY <'ENTS a year in cdranrr. I IV<> !?(>1,1.AKS for SIN MONTHS', and ONE |m i|,l, Alt fur THREE MONTHS. Sikhle copies I'Mil ? NT. EVENING STAR. vol,. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1853. NO. 178. THE WEEKLY STAB Will he issued ?n the first Saturday In Anfwar, *r<i r?eularty even Saturday thereafter. or a hamlwune double kImvI.' It will contain news from all par* ot'th? world?3tone?. IVhIit ami Mi*cel!anroai> reed ing, making it a most excellent family journal rit BV HAP IN" CIXB* roa One copy r?nr year . #1 00 Tw<> copies, wic yea...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: >? T THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 22,1853. ^ ^ Evening Star having double the circulation of any other daily paper published in Washington, is consequently by far the best advertising medium in the District. Business men should bear this fact in min<^ How to get the Star. Those of oftr citizens living at a dis tance from oar office who desire to take the Slmr or send us communications, will tiud boxes at the following named places which are opened every day : At Joa? 0. H'akxbb'b Silversmith, Naw Yarf; " McPiMsoi'g Drug Store, Capitol Hill; " Jo* SaibtmeTON's Periodical Depot, Pennsylvania arenue; " W Adams's Qrooerj Store, on Seventh *reet, between H and I, Northern Ubertiea; " ^1*' i Periodical Depot, Island " 0xLI" Grocery Store, lit Ward; and 44 Dr. Lixtbicvi's Drag Store,Georgetown. Offlo? Seeking asd Office Giving. I< tha outslda world enjoyed the oppor tunities for observing the troubles incident to office seeking and office giving wh...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 July 1853

MAILY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS T/ii> Jfi it itoy >? * Mrig.t? The iVi> i..Vr ? V?> j?-ar? tj.s., P^,rr,i?,-j that the ? ommittee ot bricklayers on the strike, in re ? :r'' { 1 the work -in the Capitol extension, had in t C.ijitHio bcfoic the President yes tei.lay. in accordance with she wishes of thi latter, and the result w is that the workmen were refused the advance asked of twenty-five cents {'or day, hut were offered to be set to work upon ? eta* <tjir itiou of the men. to l? ji.nU If on*' !>r t? t.'i? ir just merits. This th.. eoinuiittce reported U? the meeting of th? As sociation last evening, when the proposition was reiectei The? demand the twenty 3 c rrnts p?r day advance. J his morning thecomulittec waited on Cnpf. Meigs to inform him that the Constitution of ? heir Association would not permit them to go ??? work, in any event, with bricklayers who '?ere not members, and as there were two ot u 'i now at work, they wished that difficulty rem- died. If 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. — 22 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAT?. Valuable Eecir.es. f ure for Hots.?Give the horse 1 ounce of slacked lime throe times a week, mixed with his food, for two or three weeks. To P riser ve Grain from Vermin.- Sprin kle garlic about the place it is stored in. or paint the wood-work with coal-tar. rr> tdhe ^tnin* o,,f of Xfih(i<*anif.?Spir its of salts. f? "parts : salt of lemons. 1 part. Mix: ^Jjen drop a little on the stains, and rub them until they disap pear. To Drslroi) Insects in l ines.?Soft soap. 2 pounds : flowers of sulphur, 2 pounds : powdered tobacco, 2 pounds ; boil for half an hour in water, 6 gallons. Apply lukewarm. Soft Pomatum.?Suet, 9 pounds : lard, 1" do.: beeswax, 8ounces; gum benzoin. 5 ounces. Perfume to taste. Poison for flics.?Rasped quassta. s;i gar, equal parts. Tut them in a plate or saucer, and pour on them a sufficient quantity of boiling water. A,itidole for Poison.?A writer in the London Literary Gazette recommends, as' an available and certain antidote for poi-...

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. — 23 July 1853

THE EVEN I WO STAR 19 rt Bt lfjb n EVERT AEtEKNOOM, (E.tr EPT ?! r?DAT,) ?}< lHc St* 0(fit-e, on /) stier!, near 1 iith, nearly oviK) silethe 'rriv; Hotel, fir UrALLACH fc HOPE. to ?Hwcrtb*rsln(hPcifi?-:= rtf Wa#hin2ton,fUfdrm; I' \vn, Mtj Alpxmtilria, a! -?.'t U |c r a<imint, |*iy al>t?*-4|H^ C'KWTd?w?rMv lo the A-jenu. To mail ?wtacnbrin ilt>> nnlwr pliim prior is TIIRF.F. IM>|,|,AUS AND FIFTY ri'NTS n yearin nframr. HVM HILARS tor Hl\ MONTHS, and oni; fRMXAR for THRF.K .MONTHS. SImoli! corns o*E CE7>. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1853. NO. 179. THE WEEKLY ITAK Will !?o inniH-il on th? fu?? Stfterda? in A?khk>. and r'nihrly rvcry Saturday thfrrnftrr, on i hiniiiniM don Mb dim. Il will ?ml?N *w? fr*m oil p?r?? of the worM?9tnhra>, Poetry and MiveHaiieow reod i?C. making it a n?'??l rirdkM Umilv journal. CAW BE RAD IW Cll M roil One copy one year #1 00 Two on.- yr?r . . . j?l V) or 75 cent* e?ch Three copir*, on.' jr.-u . . i <w or M ....

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. — 23 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 23,1853. IT?* The Evening Star having double the circulation of any other daily paper published in Mi1 ashington, is consequently by far the best advertising medium in the District. Business men should bear this fact in mind. How to got the Star. Those of our citizens living at a dis tance from our office who desire to take the Star or send us communications, will find boxes at the following named places which are opened every day: At John 0. Warner's Silversmith. Navy Yard; " McPnKitsox'8 Drag Store, Capitol Hill; " Job Shillijigtoh'm Periodical Depot, Pennsylvania avenue; W. Adams s Grocery Store, on Seventh street, between 11 and t, Northern Liberties; " J. E. Dakkr'h Periodical Depot, Island: OxLEy*8 Grocery Store, 1st Ward; and " I>r Listhicum's Drug Store,Georgetown. The Turco-Rauian Question ?continues to occupy elaborate space in most of the newspapers. It, however, ap pears to be "in a nut shell" as follows: R...

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. — 23 July 1853

DAltiY EVENING StAIl. CITY ITEMS. Striding Wanted in \V<fk"'?f9H. I"h*ra are man? things wanted in fcttr eiti!n Mve city, and none more thdn Jt splendid totrfa' Clock, and a loud striking one too, or else let there be four good clocks in the four sections of the city Tho.c ure certainly gtnlunf things that are wanted, independent of the />/.?/. which is involuntary. Surely a mag nificent city, the Metropolis of the United 1 Stale*, ought, should, nod must have this or these useful as well sis ornamental, y??, indis- , fO|Mkhi ffcirta. a gr^at eit^. There is ' bottling more calculated to iuakc a stranger , feel that he is but in a village, to see lots of house*, fine though they be, and hear not the , yound of th# ever warning, business and plea sure rtgulattng. time and money ?a\ing clock. Its many advantage?> may of coursc more truly be said to be '? too numerous to mention," ib?:n enh be said by either McOuire Or ?lrat l<in, no niattfcr to v^iiat cxteut of enumeration ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Am Parker, Attorney at Law, CONCORD, >*H*' HAMPSniRB. There was a great rush at Willard's on Inauguration Day?indeed there was a perfect jam everywhere?and our friend Parker found some difficulty in getting down to the dinner table, along with s^nc of his townsmen. The dinner wag a finc one, the champagne delicio~a8f ftn(j an hour's sitting, tho ^ew Englanders left the table in wYL- merriest mood imagi nable. 44 Now, fellows," said Parker as they *mer^ed from the dining-room?"every Inan look out for his own hat; I've got a mark on mine that nobody can mstake." But there was some sort of a mistake somewhere, notwithstanding. It was sometime before Mr. P. found his hat at all, and even then he labored under the impression that it had grown a trifle older since he went to dinner. But the placard was in the crown, all right, and 44 Asa Parker, Attorney at law, Concord New Hampshire," started him in the facc as he looked inside. 4'All right, fellows!" said Parker, ...

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 July 1853

THE EVENING STAB 1* pt BUSHF.D EVERY AfTEHKOOS, (EXCEPT 8I 5D*Y.> .ft l>ie SI * Offu-t, o? n rtreet. nrnr 1 'UK, near hi oppo site the. frrro; Hotel, Bv WALLACH k HOPE. To MbsfrihffitiiilhHciliw ??f Washington,tJeorjje iown. ????! Alexandria, at $3 12 per annum, pay ,hJ. ?SIX CENTS ?weekly to the Agent*. To m.nl rabtCiihers the subscription price is THREE po|,?,AKS \NP FIFTY CENTS avearin cutranrr, T\V<> MU.I.ARS tV>r SIX MONTHS, and ONE poLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Si.iulk copies 05E CBST. STAR. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, JULY 25, 1853. NO. ISO. * THE WISELY *TA? Will be issued en the flrot Saturday in AofM, w?4 repiiarly every Saturday thereafter, on a handwme Amble sheet. It will contain new* from all par* ofUH" world?Stories, Poetry and Mi?colla?eo?i rf?( inp, waking it a mo* e*c?llent flunily journal. can BE Bap I* CLUB0 FOR One copy one year Two copies, one year . . Three copies, one year . Five copies, one year . . Ten copies. one year . . Twenty copies, o...

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. — 25 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAK. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 25,1853. 0^7" The Evening Star having double the circulation of any other daily paper published in Washington, is consequently by far the best advertising medium in the District. Business men should bear this fact in mind. nC/*" Persons in Alexandria wishing to subscribe to the Star will be regularly served by leaving their names with Geo. II. Green, the carrier, on Wolfe street, between Fairfax and Royal streets, or at John L. Smith's shoe store, Fairfax street, between King and Prince streets. How to get the Star. Those of our citizens living at a dis tance from our office who desire to take the Star or send us communications, will find boxes at the following named places which are opened every day: At Johx O. Wakseh's Silversmith. Navy Yard; " McPhersos'a Drug Store. Capitol Hill; *' Joe Shillingtos's Periodical Depot, Pennsylvania avenue; " W. Ada*s's Grocery Store, on Seventh street, between H and I, Northern Liberties...

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 July 1853

daily evening star. CITY ITEMS The SitMaifi.?After a week of rain, of cfoud. aa it were of tears and sorrow, the Sabbath opened upon us yesterday as it were with the .-mile of God, and the soft breeies came as though fanned by the wings of angels. The sky was clear as the eyes ot infancy and the sun shone brightly, but not with an unge nial warinlh. being just sufficient to drain the earth of it ?> heaviest mcisture, and render His foMntool pleasant to the traveler, whether weary or n<>t. The green tree?, the grass, the fields, all seemed to have borrowed a lovelier emerald than before, and the flowers held up with increased beauty their many-tinted finger.-; their cups filled with the blessings of Heaven I' was indqpd a most charming Sab bath. and mm seemed to feel its soothing power. Our churches were well attended, the Bcrinons of a more cheering character than usual. the fair looked fairer, and all by their actions, iuteu Jed or not intended, spoke the gratitude doc to ...

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. — 25 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. The Pauper-Dead of Haplei. A writer in the Cincinnati Gazette gives the following account of a visit to the place where the pauper-dead of Naples are buried : About two miles from the city, in a < large square place, enclosed by a high wall, there are 365 cistern-shaped vaults, or pits, with an aperture on top, about throe feet square. These cisterns are twenty or twenty-five feet deep by twelve or fifteen in diameter, with the opening covered by a heavy stone, and tightly ce mented. One of these are removed by a portable lever every day in the year, to receive the dead of that day, and then closed again for a year. They begin to deposit the bodies about six o'clock in the evening, and end at ten. When I got there, about ten or twelve people had al ready been thrown in; they were lying prpmiscuously as they chanced to fall, with head, body and limbs in every pos sible attitude, across, over, and under each other. An old priest, two or three I attendants, and a...

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 July 1853

THE EVENING STAR 1* Pt ?Ll?HSP EVERY AETERJIOOl*. (EXCEPT St'KDAY,) .il the St* Off)<r, on D street, nrar 12M, nearly oj*po sifc tfi>- frvinc Hotel, B v \V A I. LA CM fc HOPE. To -jihs?rib?'r.s in Ui?- citics ?| Wa.Jii?ghw,Oeofg? tmrn, ami \l? at .*:i 1? p>r annum, pay ,M> S(\ IT.NTS weekly in the To mul -iili-uilwr-i il?? 'HhMTipimw pnee is THREE I h >| 1,40^ ANH KIFTV < 'KN'I'S ? v?nr hi iWnawo. I VVi> MH.I.AKS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE liol.l.AKlur THREE MONTHS. Si-sulk tunes .?*e ? ext. r-- ?IHS 1IUU4U1 ^ Will bt' iMWrd nn U)< ftr?t Saturday in A?|Vri. aiwl tssssEF traxzcttvJGtiSi \ ol ill*- wr*tt1 SMni'<. Pnrtrv aim! Mi? cllaneow* read ing, making a a ni??rt excellent fiutnlv jo?rn*l. He hah'iw cUw f?il < ?ne copy one year ...? #1 00 Two rnpv-sonv wear . . . $ 1 M <w 75 cent* each. Three < <ipn>. one year . . 2 96-ot W . ? 4ft. . . Tive coptn*. nw r^mr ... 3 09 or A0 . . . , T ca copies. ??uc >c?r ... :j\ or 55 . . . <K ? Twenty cop...

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 July 1853

DATT.Y EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: - ? . t TUESDAY AFTK&Jv'OON, JULY 2?. TS53. 0^7* The Evening Slur having doub le the circulation of any .otter daily piper pufffiSTWlITi W^hingttjr.'.w^onswpte ntly by Tar the best advertis. ing mediui a in the District. Business nit n should 1 xrar thu? fact in mind. , ,, ?' '-r ' 1 i f?y* Persons in Alexandria fishing, to subscribe to the Slur will be regul arly served by Jeaving their names with Geo. II. Green, the carrier, on Wolfe street, between Fairfax and Royal stre sts, or at John L. Smith's shoe store, Fairfa X street, between King and Prince streets. ' How to get the Star. Thoae of our oitizens living at a dis tance from our office who desire to t^ke the Slarvr send us communications, will find boxes at the following named p'laces which are opened every day * At JoH5 O. WAR?n*s Silvenmitb, Navy Yard; *' McPhersos's Drug Store. Capitol IfiO; ? Joe Sbii-msgton's Periodical Dopot, Pennsylvania avenue; W Adajls's Grocery . Store, on S...

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 July 1853

DAILY EVENING.STAR. CITY ITEMS ' ?'.* ?*""? two txNiriUwvreiuTallinf?r hurt y>u ri|?ji afternoon. and nothing ot imij" il"i? ?* <v)n>iimiiiat"?1. Thy insprovfihniit .?< the < liann< I ol ili' river should nave been <misnj i n I l>y lli?' eonit? i|? year- ;i ji, Thr cAnnril ha-iap j>-if it- portion of a jirtnt committee u|?on this >?hf?< I. It is Iiop-d thai Hit step taken to improve Jiidt'-iary Ajiwro i- ???sl\ th?* N-shwiin; ot" a inorr ex hii-iv w >rk. The ? public convenience require^" .. ;rf.il d< al more to In- done in this souare t'lan tin* Fourth want might to pay for; rhoiich no dou!)t tl:c , iii/nis lesnhn:: th?*re would !?? willing t'?pay evcu iiufi ih?m then pn>|Hirtioit, il the irnprnvennmi were in mimk*- tin .-??iiarr more ornsonnrtal tlwn .it present. Tip uioVriufiiL ill the councils lead u.- to expect that mill h will be done during the |tr*MUit yar to improve ? lie tifv. lmrrxrity of our (Jointly Record*.?Ihcrc are perhaps so...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STAT?. [For the Evening Star.] HYMN TO THE CREATOR. BY B. sTILUMAK BAU.11. Ye woods t ye evprlfc-tinn lii!ls ! Rock*, ocean and thy countfe-* tribei? Ri?er?, lakes, vallies, bubbling rills Tlion sun! that nizht from'.day divider? Ye iuar?heg dank, yc forest?> deep - .Mountain*, whose tall peak* kiss tit'* skit .?? Yc towmng piires that bending sweep! Join in your great Creator's pr;use. At his command, chaotic Might Withdrew, w hile burst the light of heaven; Then starry worlds shone glittering bright, The Laith upro-e and life was given; Lxnlting imturC milled, wilil runs The shont of joy throughout th" .-ph?re>, Heaven's elierubMi their untfi'ins *ang, As on wan! moved the rolling years. Ye Mazin* suns! Ye countless stars! Ye massive piles of crystal light, Moll on, while from your flaming cars Gleam forth celestial ether bright; VVe own your light, we feel your rays, Y? lift our souls and bid aspire To Hiin whose ever dazzling blaze Shines lurth a luigh! consu...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 July 1853

THE EVENING STAB t* rrBI.'shkd EVfcRY aftkrnoox, (UCKri SiSDAY,) jjt tfir tJ-* Offi' r. on P afreet, ?rr>r X'Hh, nearly oyj>o sitr the Irving Hotel, By W A I.LAC II X HOPE. T<> Mili-i tilwr> in ihrfiiii-s nf Washington,Oeorc* f. viii. rtl A3 1- |xt an nil in, pay ?hl- SIX CKATS?weekly to the Afflil"- To in til ii>?T? tlie ?iiWri|iiiim price is TIIKKF |Mi|,l.\iiS Wli FIFTY I 'K\'l'i< n year in mirage, CUo Mil.I. \RS tor SIX MONTHS, and ONE IHtl.l. \K for TIIKF.F MONTHS. Si.islb .i\F ? INT. EVENING STAR. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. ?., WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1853. NO. 182. THE WEEKLY ST AE Will he i?k?i) wn the rirvt Saturday in Atifiwf, and regnlaily every flaturday thereafter, on a bandarmn il?iiWf sheet. It will riwuin n?'*?from all |?rta oftlit-Hiidd?Stories, Poetry and Mi*rell*i?e?H??- rrad mp. mitkiiic it a inoft eictllmt family Journal. CAN BE HAD IN CU'H FO* ' ??'' copy onr y?-ar Two copte*,one year . . Thrrt' copie*. onr . Five copies, one yt'M . . Ton copies, o...

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 July 1853

DAILY EVENING STA1U WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 27,1853. Ratos of Advertising 1 square 1 day, - $0 .Vi 11 square 2 weeks, $2 75 1 square *2 day.-", - 0 7511 square 3 winks', 3 50 1 Mjuaf days, - 1 00; 1 square I month, 4 00 1 square 4 days, - 1 25 1 square 3 months, 10 00 I square 5 days, - 1 50 1 square fi months, 16 Of' 1 square 6 days, - 1 75 1 square 1 year, :#) 00 For advert laments insertriloncc a week, MI cents per square will he charged for the first, and 37 cents p?<r square for each subsequent insertion. TEN LINKS or less constitute a square. If an advertisement exceeds a square, the price will he in exact proportion. [T7* All letters addressed to the editors of the Star must be postpaid, or they Will not be taken from the Postoffice. . ' ? ? ? 3^7* The Evening Star having double the circulation of any other daily paper published in Washington, is consequently by far the best advertising medium in the District. Business men should bear this fact in mind. ...

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 July 1853

daily evening star CITY ITEMS. Criminal Court.? Court mot at ten o'clock thi.? morning. The jury in the Schaumberg was still out A jury was empanelled in the case of the State r?. George alias Barney Martin, of Baltimore, charged with assault and battery on John Miller, at the public hou.-e nf Mr Eberbach. V, ni. K. Woodward, Esq prosecuting The evidence was, that Martin, in company with others, entered the ]i .n.-o of Eberbach on Sunday night, the 17th jiitiut?. obtained two dr?nks. and without pay. in? any money, demanded five levys change. This being refused. Martin cursed the land 1 >rd and bar keeper, drew a knife on the lat ter. and made a lung? at him. which he es caped by slipping down the trap-way behind tV l>ar. Martin flourished the knife., cursed the 1 Hitch. <tc. Mr. Eberbach had gone for an officer, and had hi:n arrested on his return, jun as M-srtin was leaving the house. The jirv was oat but a few minutes, and returned with ? verdict of guilty. Sentenced to ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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