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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Groat Haul of Baseals?940,000 Counterfeit Money Discovered. We compile the following account of the breaking up a den of scoundrels near Cincinnati from the Gazette: "Information having been given the po lice of Cincinnati of the existence of a counterfeiter's den, a few miles down the ritep, eighteen officers, on Tuesday, went to tnake arrests. The approach of the police being known, six or the occupants of the suspected house made their escape, but the police, as previously planned, in vested the place, and arrested five of the fugitives, named Samuel D. Towner and Milton Parker, of Cincinnati: Lewis Dol man, of Indiana, an escaped convict; Jo seph Bean, of Indiana: Wm. McGcary, of Cleaveland, and Quincev Hurschey, a large contractor on the Ohio and Missis sippi Railroad. Parker is a notorious counterfeiter, and was pardoned out of our penitentiary by Gov. Wood, six weeks since; he very nearly made good his es cape under the fire of the officers, but for tunate...

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. — 3 August 1853

1 aqtiair 1 dav, - J|0 50 1 Mjiiurf 9 week*. fS 7S IWPMiiHnn, . IV 1 square 3 day*. - 1 00 1 nqtiare 1 month. 4 W 1 4 d*y!., . I 25 1 M,u.,re 3 ???oth?. 10 to J.?*ianpft<Uym . i jn \ M,nart 6 Month*, It 00 1 square 6 day*, - 1 75,1 ?,Uare 1 >e*r, 30 00 For arivprtMMiieiit* uv^rfd once a week, AO cents per square will he rhar*ed fhr the Hm. and 37* cent* |*>r square fur each subsequent insertion. TEN LINKS or Ito* rtMiMr a square. Ft an advertisement exceed* * aquare. the air* will be in elaet proportion. WASHINGTON, D. C? WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1853 THE EVSJU1M* 8-1A1. n fc?u*hfp kvkry *fternoon, (ejckpt si-xpay,) JttSr 51 * OJii <*. on D ftrect, war 1 Hit, nearly ovpo 4UtheTf>?ttW* " Hy tVAI.I. ACH* HOPE. Ti? ?whscni* r<infhecitiPs of W;i<!?wi.'t.>ii.Gi'or||e town, anil Alfxitmlriii, :i? A3 I'J per aniniiu. |*av alitf?SIX CENTS?weekly to the Agent*. To nit 1! tl?>' subscription prire is THRKE 00M< AVI) Kl FTV CENT!' a vearin tul ranee, l'VV?? !???!,LARS ...

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 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 3. SIT" The Evening Shir 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. [C?*Persons desiring the Star in Alex andria can be accommodated by leaving their names with J. C. Cooper, at the Fancy Store of W. B. Richards, No. 3 Exchange Block, King street. Bound Trip Tickets. Some five or six hundred persons in Washington desire to visit the World's Fair in New York. Perhaps half of them are so situated as that they will not take the trip unless the railroad companies make more reduction in their fare charged to those who propose to go to New York to this end. We have no doubt that if the compauies will arrange for a special excursion train to run at half price on a given day, allowing the parties to remain there two. or at most three days, full two hundred and fifty from Washingto...

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 August 1853

PALLY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS. A Day H ith the Germans.?On Monday, a ]?n?e number of our German population had a social gathering at the garden kept bj Mr. Uecker. near the Anacostia river. The situa tiun iJ g^od, the arrangement? were in ac corJ*n'"e with th? usages of tier rateriaiul, anj bating the intrusion of several showers ?t'rain the frt* was as pleasant as could have wished. The Germans are perhaps the jjjpj.ie"! people we can reckon. They have the?r days of labor, and their days of pleasnr abl?; relaxation, and they are very prompt in observing each. They affect little of clanish though they must, naturally, use the ?an:'* tongue, and in the pursuit of the amuse never infringe upon the rights of uiLers. The ball or. Monday was conducted with all the '"imIuh of good fellowship; at the same time, with due decorum, and iu the very ex ctf.s ?f enjoyment?albeit, something freer than our Pilgrim ancestors were wont to in dulge?not an act was d..ne that Cotton MatbeW could have ...

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. — 3 August 1853

DAILY TSVE'Sm' STAR. Diicovery of fchloroform. Tlie discovery of chloroform, as an an lesthetic ageur. was made by Dr. Simpson ofFdiu burgh, and was attended with some very amusing circumstances, as narrated br Professor Miller. l>r. Simpson had lougfi-lt convinced that thereexisteel some anaesthetic agent superior to ether, which was then all the rage, and in Octolier, 1847, got up pleasant littfy.' parties, quite Ida sooiablo way, to try the eflect?tif other rcspirable gases on himself and friends. The ordinary way of experi menting was as follows : Each rruest was supplied with about a teaspoon fid of the Huid to be experimented on, in a tumbler or finger-glass, which was placed in hot water if the substance did not happen to be very volatile. Holding the mouth and nostrils over the opeu vessel, inhalation was proceeded with slowly and deliber ately, all iphaling at the same time, and each noting the effects as they arose.? late on the evening of the 1th November, XjWT, Dr. Si...

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 August 1853

1 . i THE 1VKNIN0 STAB i< ri-Bi r.vK?y tmiixnnx, (rxrur fuutavJ ,9tke Si i? Of' r. on r>tfrrcf,iw..rl2/A, nertbjorv^ rite the Irving Hotel, R v \V A 1,1, A( II St HOPE. T'> .nl??<*riber< m tin' (?ifroi f?r Wa-f!iiic*f?n.Ce'orp?> ?.-?rn. ??'<"1 M Ttimirm. n? *3 !?/ p,-r annum, pny iW>' SIX" <*ENTS?x*-? ;-lt!y to tlic Ajr.nt-. T?> ,T?if <!?)> the 'nlKi<ri|tiinn pticf i- TTFRF.R Im ?:-F.AANI? FIFTY' I'KN'O r? v?-Rriil ibfranre. r\> n ARS O.r ?l\ nnd OXF. l'u ?|,1. Ml t->r THREfi MDXTH?. f. rnpirs nsr ? ?yjj n; VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. ?''i /. > iMtfMntUII I ' ' 1 scinarc 1 day, - !}0 50 1 square 9 iwki, f8 75 1 square 2 day*, . . 75 I square 3 wn+n, 3 ? 1 square 3 day*, - 1 00 1 square 1 month, 4 00 1 square 4 days, - 1 2.1 | cquare 3 months, 10 00 sq.mrt 5 <!????, - | .?*; i ,^uwr 6 ?*>?*?, 16 #? 1 6 days, - I 75 1 Mjuarv l year. 30 00 For mtvcrtu-f iii< nt? inserted once a week. SO niu per sqnan- will ??e charred f>?r the fir...

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 August 1853

DAILY E.VEMNG STAR. - m "T -aTSft-n U I ' -II?~ ? ? 1, f - ' W^SJITJtlGTQN CITY: ' <*0 Of i: fft<r?'?V ** ?.????!!'? * ' ~f rj,,: . THV"RSDAY ' AFTERNOON, AVOUST 4. L? ??>. Biv* The Evening Star having double the circulation of any other daily paper published in AYashing ton, is consequently by far the best advertising medium in th? District* Bnsine?w men this fa* . iaferind. i . ?>' . <.<?> ? - i . '?{( !/ n ? i.?. >' ' i ? ? ' ? ] ^^/^Peraotjp' desiring the &t(rr in Alex stjeint ran be accommodated by leaving I ? their names with ?7,, C? 1 Cooper, at the Fancy Store of W. B. Richards, No. 3 Exchange, Block, King street. 1 - Uj' f ' i mi# ? ' ' 1 "* The Administration and the Pacific Railroad Projeet. The Pacific railroad queStioh is evident ly, destined to prqve troublesome to the Administration, more specially in view of tile fact that the Richmond Enquirer sorinds the alarum by way df calling to amis the very strict constructionists, against the; view...

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 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS . . . . __i 4 ('/??> to tke Jail?The Doomed Prisoner^ Ye?fer?l:iy afternoon, we paid a visit U> the gloomy receptacle of crime and viee for the county of Washington. The polite and gen tlemanly warden. Mr Wright, extended amr dial reception, and conducted us through the building On the first floor, we found the six rells pretty well filled?some with whites and ?.>me negroes, caged for minor offences, nid sweltering with the heat of their unven tlifted abode* Wc had a brief chat with thi M- ascertaining that they bore their suffer jDir, with tolerable philosophy, in general. p,x>r O'Brian. who had just c?me in to stay f..ur weeks, for stoning a dwelling. wa3 almost 1(VVB3ola>>le. <>no wretched white man had ?be//eltrii"H treniem. Martin, the Baltimore frr -faces the music"1 like a veteran. AH bo appeared to care for was the heat, which be 4aiJ was like that of a certain hot place, unmentionable to ears polite. A youth was with hi...

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

gym|f DAHTtVfma St A I!. G.OOT) 1The good, souna sense of the subjoined "extract should sec oniTiiend jt to the attention^ all w1k> are in any way entrusted with thecark of youth: ? ?' ? ?? J ?fi ? l wpn ltis amatter of sound policy to cul tivate Ae uiauntrsof oor?chUdFc?d For gentl6 itianrters'atid ft krfid and Qolte'*^ address:will do mofc to gathernroyndoiie firm and enduring friends, than strength of mirid and superiority of attainments. The manner* to which we refer are the fruit of the Cultivation of the mind and heart: the outpourings of bcncvolcuce, sincerity, and inward purity; Tn all the departments and profession^ of life, we prefer, other things being wjual, to avail ourselves of the" services-,of persons of agreeable and obliging , maimers. Good manners are a passport tn favor with all men. They are coin of'great intrinsic value, and everywhere current We may b^ allowed to planet? at some of thr1''-fea tures of gviod mannei*s, such as we desire to lmVe taiight and pr...

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 August 1853

THE EVEHING STAB rrlUfllP IVtKT AFTERSOO!!, (BXCKPT 8I SDA1T,) ft tke N/? (tyf- ** & nmr Htt, nearly opvo ? tile tke frrinc Hoiei, 1> y WALLACH & HOPE. T? rifwr- in the ri?i<^ of Wa*timcton.C.eoree ami W"iiiHlri?, at 13 per annum, pay ,M, SIX CENTS?weekly U> Die Agents. T" lilt- *nb?cri|ttk>n puce ik THREE pi ii I. %???* AN" FI FT V CENTS a year hi ati?ance. r?'I? |H?I.L\KS tor SIX MONTHS, and ONE p(.i.l,AR l<* THREE MONTHS. Sinole coriBS 0<r. *?t. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1853. NO. 190. Mum * MmlhlH 1 Mjuarr 1 d*Y, 1 *quare 2 day*, 1 square 3 day*, 1 W|U*rc 4 flay*, 1 square S darn, 1 square 6 days, $0 50 0 75 1 m 1 ? 1 50 1 75 I square S weeks, I square 3 week*, I square I Math) 1 witiare 3 month*. 1 square 6 months. 1 M)Wir 1 yw, !/M nn 3 90 4 00 TO 00 Iff 00 3B 00 For adveriicenient* inserted onee a week, 50 rent* per thwart; wtll he charts for the Off*. aa4 37 * cents |M't square for vath subsequent insertion. TEN LT\E8 or lew constitute a square. II an adver...

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 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 5. (?7* The Evening Star having double the circulation of any other daily paper published in \\ ashington, is consequently by Tar the best advertising medium in the pistrict. Business men should bear this fact in mind. OCT-Persons desiring tlie Star in Alex andria can be accommodated by leaving their names with J. C. Cooper, at the Fancy Store of W. B. Richards, No. 3 Exchange Block, King street. Prpgreig. We are, emphatically, progressive. We have no fancy for laggards in every day matters, and believe, firmly, that our country, under its present Government, is to extend and improve in its every ele ment, ministering to the enlightenment of mankind and the prosperity and happi ness of the human race at home and abroad, in proportion as it has extended since the Pilgrim Fathers first set foot on the blarney-stone of New England. Under the influence of these sentiments, we con fess to have had our heart thrilled by Caleb C...

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 August 1853

PAILY evening star. CITY ITEMS. gjfUosion of a Tint Oil Limp and Fire.? j^.t evening about 8 o'clock, a brass lamp m'inp in the show window of the tobacco of Mr Jas K. Power.'on C street, in the ? ir of Brown'* Hotel. whl? h had been filled ,Tiih pinfi ?il' (similar to camphenc) explodod, har-li?P ,hc globe of the lamp, and njtinjforth a blaie wlieh startled the family t Mr T an<I ncighlors into apprehensions ? .1 lire ailing the o'mbustiblc houses in that , , ^lity. ;i?:d creating an alarm which awak rIirt the hells, atd brought out the fire ap ,ra?uJ with tb-' usual vigilance of the com pute.: The olaM was soon extinguished, [, ,werer, an? on ascertaining tho damage, it wl. found,ha* twelve panes of glass were broken, canes and fancy article? ;n th** win(,ow wcrc burnt, the flnmcs and grirb S'?bc scattering this much destruction. ,n#l*Dip itself was not injured, and it is one no mysteries of these explosive oil3 that ,,-cause can be ascertained for the singular now up. T'f L'ni...

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 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAJl. Southern Methodist Church. The eighth annual report of the Secre tary of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church his been published, and from it we glean the fol lowing particulars: The Society have at present under their pastoral care: 1. In the Destitute portion of their Regular Work?122 Missions; 104 Mis sionaries; 23,52G white, 1,412 colored members, with 52 Churches ; 84 Sabbath Schools, and 2.906 scholars. 2. Among the People of Color?120 Missions ; 102 Missionaries ; 24,947 col ored members, with 58. churches, and 16,657 children under religious instruc tion. 3. Among the Germans?9 Missions; ?s Missionaries; 378 members; 5churches; 5 sabKith schools, and 263 scholars. 4. Among the Indian Tribes?20 Mis sions ; 27 Missionaries ; 4,232 members; .59 churches; 34 sabbath schools, and 2,254 scholars: 9 manual labor schools, and 490 pupils. General Aggregate-Missions 303; Mis sionaries 204; churches 163; church members 62,6t>l; sabbath school...

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. — 6 August 1853

the evening stab ,, prVUfHKP EVERT ArrERSOOJi, (KirtPT *r*?AY.) M ike S m oil O <tr'ct, near 1 2M, nearly Oppo site the frrin* Hotel, B v WALL AV'II it HOPE. r .nVHlfwinUfctiw ?f Wa<liin2lon,George . j..i AipTnntftii. :tt ??*?> ? SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1853. NO. 191. n/rv/ <? ? J I 1 ?qtmrc 1 day, J square 2 day*, . 1 ?qttar? 3 diyi, . 1 aqaare 4 dava, 1 Mjaarc 5 day*, . 1 aquart 6 dayw, - ffetn of AdrmM* fO 50 1 squar* 2 week*, $2 75 0 75 I square 3 *wk>, 3 .10 1 M I ?qwup 1 raoath, 4 W 1 as I SO I 74 I *QUHrr ] laoatfc, 1 aquart- 3 month*. 10 00 ? _ ? .t <<S AA ?quart 6 month*, 16 00 ttpMrr 1 yw, 1 ? 00 Far advertisement* in?rrtc<t once a week, 5? cent" per square Will b* charged fat the first. and ten* per square for each subsequent insertion. TEN LI VW or less constitute a square. Ff an adrmiscmeM exceeds a sqaarr, the pne* wdl be in eiact proportion. MEDICINES. h*rn?ih W ili ii KK IIKUV ! no I, I <> ft' A Y'S 0 / A' 7'W .V r. A fRirrLF. SETS ASIDK HIS...

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. — 6 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTKHNOON, AUGUST 6 [T/^ Persons desiring the Star in Alex andria can be accommodated by leaving their names with J. C. Cooper, at the Fancy Store of W. B. Richards, No. 3 Exchange Stock, King street. ( < >rhkcti< >N. ?T he typos yesterday made us say that Caleb Gushing bado fair in time to be recognized by the many as the standard l>earer in the cause of sound, safe, and yet swift American progress. The reader by leaving out the monoflyla ble " the" (written aI?ovo in italics) will have the sentence as written and intended by the editor of the Star. 1 iir bT^K ix Baltimokb.?On Monday next, persons employed for the purpose, will commence canvassing Baltimore city tor subscribers to the Star. The Star will reach Baltimore by the train which leaves Washington at 3J o'clock, enabling the carrier to' deliver it to subscribers the same afternoon, placing thom in posses fion of the latest and nio.it interesting Washington news o...

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. — 6 August 1853

vr Conrt lion a-? Jail.?These are ^ Lbe things much wanted in Washing ill-contrived present Court House and arranged Jail being eyesores to every ' S having anything to do with them, who y \ about the matter. Our court house is like a barn than a tribunal of justice, 7h it# <W"?y j?,,ow WAl13' squarc' una rned and naked appearance, railings like L U faihioned country bar-room, accom ^.laiioDiui the worst character, and even h c-h seat of justice more like an elevation the imljte*l)f * cock-pit. than that which 1 I I be occupied by the honorable wearers V sacred eriuine There is an appropri r(Mi? in appearances of everything, and ially should there be in a high oourt of which certainly ought to look better justice. "ul . . . ? ?f,.nimon magistrates office. Indeed tnati " . . . ' >f these are superior, moro awc-inspt "\tjjj respect-creating tribunals than the "?m square of the City IIall, appropriated art pp^eedings. Besides we want an ,r- court house for the sake of the more ^j...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 August 1853

DAILY EVOlJc STAR. A SiAMJtoiAN IsvestjieSt.?Abouttlircc' months ayr> a gentleman of Caddo Farish. l.a.. left, ainbng oilier pergonal property, to his two a*ms, a valuable .slave named Jiin. Jim was * favorke of both his masters, ami neither would sell his half of .inn to the other, hut. aliout the first of j this month, a gentlciriqih of this city who [ has a plantation in Xottisiana, and in j whoso service .Inn washired. informs us i th ii one of. his owners, finding himself j insolvent, resolved lo sell h is half of the ( *-lave at auction, for cn'sh, and did not 1 wish his brother to get him. i The boy Jim had accumulated, by one way and another, a small pile of money, j an 1 when he was put up at auction iuthe slave martrrt^nt X>*? (Means, Jitivbamf^4> 4-ic h -'f of Himself, Well, time wore on. Jim working faithfully lor the man to whom he was' hind, receiving one half his earning* himself, until about the' first of this? month, when, in swimming a, bayou, he became we...

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 August 1853

THE EVENING STAB ,s pvaM?HFP FVFRT AFTERNOON, (E1CEPT StJIDAY,) the SI " (>f" r- nn r* t,TCft, near 13/A, nearly opfto *ite thr Irving Hold, ' Kv WALI.ACH ii HOPE. T.i siihscnh4'^ in tli** cities of Washington, KenrfC irnn. ;<n?l Aleinnlria, at ?3 1-2 |?;*r annum, |?y ,i?. SIX I'FATS?wit-lily to the Ajp'iiU. To ... ,,l -nici.il" ^ tli" r-uh<eriphon price is THREE ill! \n< \xn FIFTY ('i:\TS xvrarinorfrancf, .?all'!.<?!.I.\KS t..r SIX MONTHS, an.l ONE nnl.I.AR Tor THREE MONTHS. Simile copies nil r FNT. EVENING STAR. vol. n. WASHINGTON, D. 0., monday, august 8, 1853. NO. 192. 1 square 1 dav, 1 square 9 dav*, 1 square 3 davs, 1 square 4 day*, 1 square 5 day*. 1 square 6 days Katw of Adrertiaing $0 M 0 ?.*> I 00 i as 1 so 1 square 2 weeks. <J? 75 1 square 3 week*, 3 50 1 square 1 month. 4 00 1 square 9 month*. 10 no I square 6 month*. 16 1*1 1 1 ?*? AA 1 75' I square 1 year, 3D t?l For advertise mem* inserted once a week, 50 cent* per square will he charged for the f...

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 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: mondaTafternoon. AUGUST 8. O^rTersons desiring the Star in Alex andria can be accommodated by leaving their names with J. C. Cooper, at the Fancy Store of W. B. Richards, No. 3 Exchange Block, King street. [Ha* 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. The Kossta (Or Cwta) A flair. This difficulty, recently occurring in the harbor of Smyrna, embraces points which do not appear to be understood, or at least to be appreciated by the press, though, just now, it is the topic most commented on in every direction. From what we have been able to learn, Com mander Ingraham's fmix pas was in giv ing up Kossta, afiei having his body in his possession. Under the laws of Tur key, (or her customs, so long established as to have the force of law,) any foreign er may elect what foreign flag he wil...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 August 1853

daily evening star. CITY ITEMS. Hcititr/iuy'* Promenade Concert?The OI<i Sortk State Remembered.?The promenade cooecrton tho groundsof the Presidential Man ?ion on Saturday evening, was well and fash ionably attended, the ladies appearing in their sweetest smile? and gayest array. and the gentlemen in their best apparel and blandest countenances. Considering that so many of our people are out of town at the springs, 4e.. and that there are so fow strangers in the eitv no*r. the attendance was surprising. And then we had an unusual entertainment, the fine band playing, among other pieces, the (in this quarter) new air of '? The Old North State Forever." in such a manner as to re quire its repetition more than once. The words of the music are from the pen of the late Judge Gaston. who possessed, with rare legal abilities, a genuine tasto for poetry. The following are the lines : the old north state forever. Carolina! 4'afolina: Henv.-nV Messing attend her! cherish anil !ove and det...

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