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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR, i I Rapidity of Animal Increase. Next to the direct agency of man, his ! indirect influence in multiplying the nuni- j Ikts o! large herbivorous quadrupeds of domestic races, may be regarded as one of the most obviate causes of the ex termination of species. On this, and on several other grounds, the introduction of the horse, ox. and other mammalia into America, and their rapid propaga- , tiou over this continent within the last three centuries, is a fact of great import ance in natural history. The extraor- ! dinary herds of wild cattle and horses which overran the plains of South America, sprang from a very few pairs first carried over by the Spaniards; and they prove | that the wide geographical range of large species in gi^at continents does not ne cessarily imply that the}* have existed tlitre from remote periods. It is believed there exist, in the Pampas of Buenos Ayres, twelve million cows and three million horses, without comprising in this enumeration 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. — 20 August 1853

the evening star rr?u**"''B EV,"T a*t?**ooh, (iticirr hdiday,) at it S/ ? Ofier. nn t) thrert, nrcrr nearly oppo * tit'fh* Trring HoiH, Bv W A ll AC II 4. HOPE. T.i s^Wnhrfsin theciti?*s of Washington. Georg?* nml Alexandria, at $.'i 12 per annum, nav -?l\ t F.N'TS ?ivppkly to the Agents. To ?ub?i <iber> the ?nhsorip?ion price in THREE ' i> ! t V-'S FIFTY TENTS a year in adcavre, L, , in iM.ARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE pi)l,I. \K i'?r THREE MONTHS. Himolk copies .? "*T VOL. II. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1853 17 MISCELLANEOUS. II IHE WASHINGTON NEWSPAPER. \V. n WALLAPH AND VVM. H HOPE, \VIX? purchased the Washington city " Eva* . in<: Star," will assume its future publication from the present date. While it shall be spirited, racy. and Thoroughly informed upon all subjects of ~ public interest, it will Ih? conducted entirely inde Tp,ndent ot party considerations, and without fear, iavor or inaiice. It i? intended to make it a welcome visitor in the family circle, and absolutely...

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. — 20 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTEKNOOr. AUGUST 20. TIIE WEEKLY STAR. An Excellent Family and WASHINGTON NEWSPAPER. Price bl.'S.I per ununui. WAI.LACH St HOPE, Proprietors of the Wasb >Egt- n City F.vmi.ig Star, wiltmur the fir?t number of their WEEKLY STAR i?n the first Thursday in September, 1R5.1. Term* :?SI cent* p-r -iiijIp cop}-. To Club?, five copies for V5.00; ten copies for ??.00; twenty copies, *15.00; cash, inrcriolly in adranre. The WEEKI.V STAK will be printed on a double ?-he*t, ami will coutain more information concerning what may be going on in Washington than any other ti-n newspaper* in Uie eoitntry; also, interesting fam ily ami miscellaneous reading, fcc., fcc. The pro prietors aim to nKtkr if a journal which shall be abso lutely necessary to everyone who desires to know what 'he (Jovemment is doing, or contemplating, in all its branches. It will be rich, racy, and rare, without forfeiting its character as a newspaper which will b? acceptable 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. — 20 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS The Trip of the Arlington Club.?The line ?uamcr Powhatan, left Georgetown, Washing ton. Navy Yard, and Alexandria, yesterday, promptly at the hours named, and proceeded ?lown the river with delightful weather, and a fine time for all on board Dancing com menced at tho start and was kept up till the last Stopping at Fort Washington the party rambled about tho place, enjoying themselves, sin! finding the II. S. men at their posts, all things going on in the strictest order. Thence down the Potomac with its emerald gilded shores went the swift boat, and on arriving at Mount \ ernon a halt was made in the festivi ties. The band was called upon and played an appropriate air. At this juncture. Mr. I*. \V. T Cooley was announced to sing, and all the^adies and gentlemen on board, assembled on the upper deck. Mr. Cooley then sang, with fine effect. "The Grave of Washington. It was not cheered, every heart feeling the sacredncss of the spot and the subject, but ...

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. — 20 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Salaries of Actors. From .in article in the New York Sun day Alias, we gather the following state ments relative to the salaries of actors: Tt is the right. and the prerogative, of every actor?of even* artist, connected with" the stage, to obtain the largest pos sible price for lii> services. If he can ob ? tain two hundml and fifty pounds, or one thousand dollars, for a single night's ser vices, he is not to be censured or con demned. His talents are his merchan dise, and when he takes them to the mar ket. he has a right to get for them the highest prices the market will afford. The writer in the Westminster Review has committed an error by asserting that, '?in the time of the Kembles, twenty pounds a week was considered an "enor mous salary:" that John Kemble had only twelve pounds a week: that Munden never had more, until he reached his fa mous farewell night?that Mrs. Glover ncvir received over ten pound the week," &c. The last season of the times of 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. — 22 August 1853

THE EVE2UK0 STAB i- pi-pr r-iiFi> every afternoon, (Rxccrr srsD?r,) .if :Xe >' J O/Ju c. on D tlrtrt, nrrrr l'2tA, nearly oppo site tkr Irving Hotel, Rv WALLACH h HOPE. T ' -i?'.vcrii^*fi?inihr itirs of VV*.-'hineton,f?corf?' t.-v.n, ^"<1 'if'vindria. at .<?? )i p?*r kunimi, pay iM--- SiX < ENT9?weekly to tlie Agent*. To ?<d >n'?-iiib?-t- ihe r.!ii?M-np?j??n price m THREE po|,J? \ ?*? ANH FIFTY l.'EXTS * year in (uii-mifc, |-(Vu Vii.l.Ail.' for j5IX M? >N"I;H:S, and ONE ;i '1,1*1! !??>! THREE .M'jNTHri. Sixkle coriEn O'-S CS*T. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. MOND AUGUST 22, 1853. NO. 204. Bates of Advertising #e T.n 3 ,v> 4 (Ml 10 no I#. Wl an no 1 wjiwre i day. ? $0 -Vl 'n?*re 2 weeks. 1 square 0 d?j>, - P ? m?*re 3 week*, 1 wjuare .1 da"t?, - I (W I eqnare I month, 1 >?j>wrr 1 d*<?, - 1 2V! wjnare S month-, t square 5 da)*, - 1 HO 1 >-*|n?re 6 m?>nlh? 1 square 6 days, - 1 75 1 ?j?*rc I jT-ar, For sdv itifmrnts m-< rtednnce a *erk. 50 ren...

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 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 22. V3F The large circulation of the Star makes it the mott desirable advertising medium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington. Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Washington dailies com bined. Cy^All orders for the Star left at the store of W. B. Richards, No. 3, Exchange Block, Alexandria, will meet with prompt attention. The Scourge at New Orleans. For live years preceding this season, New Orleans may be said to have been wholly exempt from yellow fever. This has induced thousands of unacclimatcd persons to settle there, who, otherwise, would have chosen a different location: while it has also made thousands far more careless of their habits, who, had they expccted the fever among them, as form erly, every summer, would have measured their eating, drinking, exercise and excite ments with due care. Thus food for the fever has greatly accumulated in that quarter. The construction of ...

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 August 1853

DAILY evening star, city items: The li'tre orrr the Columbia Trotting I nMr$t?2>cottir. successful.?There was a jurgr iind pleasant company in attendance lit tie race on Saturday, and amongst other? wo noticed the presence of his Excellency the | Brit!-li Minister The course and grounds are worth visiting in themselve*. and with the im provpujents contemplated by the proprietor, which will soon be executed, the place will pr,.ve a >ery attractive one. whoro gentle men can amuse themselves and at the same time enjoy a pleasant drive. But to the race There being no green hordes entered for the p u ?f. the main race took placc about 5 o'clock. | and terminated in the success of Scottie. I-t heat?Both horses got off well, Scottie ' h-ring the inside, but on the first turn Tren- i j ?. n broke badly, taking his diiver entirely off ? be track. *nd before lie could be brought J Jnwn, Sc??ttie opened a large space, which punished Trenton very severely to close up, whi'h he did in gall...

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 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Written lor the Evening Star. Telegraph Operator!. The telegraph, one of the most recent inven tion? which have ?o strikingly marked the pro gress of our country and age, has in the short spare of time since its first erection between this city and Baltimore, spread over the whole of this vast country, connecting the north, south. east and west, by electric lines to the entire annihilation of time and space. Ere long wo may expect to have the wires stretch ing across the vast prairies which separate us from our friends on the Pacific, connecting that shore with the Atlantic, and allowing us the same facility of communication which we now enjoy with our siscer cities around us. Established in every city, and almost every town and village of note throughout the United States, and doing a business of millions of dollars annually, it necessarily gives employ ment to a large number of persons, of whose general character, duties, and pay, a short sketch may not be unin...

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 August 1853

THE EVENING STAB r? rrn tsHf n evfkt tmuooi, (KiCErr ?ri*?AT,) Jt iSr Sf u Oficr. on D tlreel, nrrrr I JIh, nearly oypo tite ike Irriv* Hotel, Ht WALLAl'H 8t HOPE. To ?u!*rnbcr* in the cities of \Va?hin;rtoii.'?<*?rE^ trv. n. ;md Alnawlna, at ?>) 1-! l*r r annum, pay th* Ajjc??. T" wj price i? THREK CKNTS * varin ode(tnrc. TWO l/o|.|. \RS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE noLl.AR for TMHEE MONTHS. Sisoi.e copies o*e c ent. ?>l 1J aM.--ol\ CENTS ?ire? k ly f? rn.nl .liter- t'\r ?al"?-ri|>tion no|.I.A.?P ANU FIFTY VOL. II. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1853. NO. 205. , > T Bate* of Advertising l ?=it*?r*' I dar, - fO 5*i|1 en"*!* * iwltf, fO 7S 1 Mjuarr 2 daye, - 0 75 ,1 square 3 week*, 3 50 J Hiuwr3d?jf, . 1 On;I square 1 4 00 I square 4 day*, - 1 25 1 square 3 months, 10 00 ? *q a* rr 5 (far*, - I ? | mtmrrO month*. t* Oft 1 ?quarr 6 lay*, - 1 75 1 square 1 jT?r, JO 00 for nrivrrtiKriarnt* inserted one* m week, 50 c<-nt? per square will he charged for the first, and 37^ cent* jw-r nju...

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 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 23. {-y Xhe largo circulation of the Star makes it the mo?t desirable advertising medium in the District. It h as more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Washington dailies com bined. All orders for the Star left at the store of W. B. Richards, No. 3, Exchange Block, Alexandria, will meet with prompt attention. The Coming European War?Will w?i be come Involved in it! The advices brought by the two last arrivals from across the Atlantic are con ceded to indicate a speedy state of war. This change is the result of two causes. First: Russia has practically assumed sovereignty over the Principalities, not long since entered by her troops, un^er the pretence of mere occupation. Tie Czars' officers have forbid, and are pre venting the payment of the dues of the people there to the Turkish Government, and are recruiting their army by forced conscription of the young men of these ...

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 August 1853

daily evening star. CITY ITEMS. 7'ht Congressional Library Room Oiand Affair.?This morfiing the newly built and splendid reorganised librsry of Congress, which wn* !? materially injured by fire, wa* ?brown open to 'he public, nrd a large num ber of ladies and gentlemen availed themselves t,f the opportunity to tako n look at it. It is ? <*orgeous hall indeed, measuring some hun jr'n feet in length, nnd about fit ty feet in breadth. and is fitted up in h stylo of une qualled xaagniflcience. There are three stories | of book.-1, beautifully bound, the first and se cei,d ranges having eighteen alcoves each, nnd the third being an equal number of richly built fhelvings. The whole work is of iron, eorne three hundred tons being used at a cost of *50.000. and w?? furnished by Messrs. Joane1. P.?ebe A Co : rendering the job per fectly fire proof. The furniture is of black walnut, supplied by C. A Bandouinc of New y?rk, and i? composed of fancy desks, soffas, j cushioned chair*, Ac., ef ...

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. — 23 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. ! [F?r tilt* Errninf J'tar.] The very last foutch at tho Treasury. Messrs. Wallacii and Hope: I have Hist seen your paperof the 15th, in which > reference is made to myself and other members of tin. Alexander family of Alex andria county, in connection with a sub ject which has assumed at least a tempor ary interest in the public tye. You have styled it the 44 Bubble of the day," but so many of the editorial fraternity have lent their aid of late in inflating it, that its appearance at least has becomc a por tent: while to many it must atill be a mystery. As you have thought proper to direct a momentary attention to njyselfin connection with this bubble, or portent, or mystery, whichever it may be, you will hold me excused, no doubt, for oc cupying a small portion of your space in discussing it. . A personage who is styled the Earl of: Stirling, and who lays claim as such to almost regal prerogatives in Canada and Nova Scotia, after figuring somewhat con spicu...

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. — 24 August 1853

THE EVENING STAB ,? rr*LI#Hri> EVERT ArTEMOOX, (EXCEPT ilHDAT,) Ji M<- StM Ofve, on D >trret. r>rnr IMA, nearlu om>o tiie the Jrrifg Hotel, tr" Br WALLACH & HOPE. To ?if?rribrr-.iii fh* cities of Washmeton.Georw #t P<*r annum, pav aW_fIX < F%1>?wreHJy to thr Agent*. f? mill t'i<* suh.<<-tjf,jion orice i.-. THRFP poM.AKS AVI) KimdvrsivJiiCr Tiro S.OLIMRS for SIX Mo\THS, "nd 0\E DOLI. \R Tor THREE MONTHS. 8ij,i? comeb OMf tb5t. VOL. II. WASHINGTON VG STAR. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1853. NO. 206. Satei of AdTertuiBf 1 Tiarr I dar, _ J i|u*rf 2 dav?, - J "quare 3 . ? wjuare 4 day*. . J ?*nare .% day*. . 1 aqnarr 6 dava! - fO ,V|l *?7ware 8 week*. J2 7S 0 75 jl fq'iare 3 week*, 3 SO 1 00 1 trftiarc 1 month, 4 00 1 t-'i I aquarc 3 month*, 10 00 1 .10 1 aquare fi month*, 16 00 1 75 1 *<juare 1 year, 3D Oft For *drrriiw-in*nt? la^erf-d one* a wrrk, 30 rent* per prjuarr w Jl ho rhanrrd for the frrt, and iTJj cents per Hcjuair f?.r each putwqurnt insertion...

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. — 24 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAH. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 24. (?7'The large circulation of the Star i makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the citics of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combintd. 0C7*Jobn Cathcrs, corner of Baltimore and Holliday streets, is the authorized Agent for the Evening Star in Baltimore, at whose store the Star can always be obtained. Mr. Gathers is authorized to receive advertisements and give receipts for subscriptions. (?7=All orders for the Star left at the store of W. B. Richards, No. 3, Exchange Block, Alexandria, will meet with prompt attention. Pcnor Danaiie'a " Vaudalic Burglary!" with American Notes. 44 Senor Francisco Danaise" has recent ly published a card, which is going the rounds of the papers, in which he charges John P. Brown and II. A. Homes, two members of our Legation at Constanti nople, with having, in 1851, at the head of an Austrian...

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. — 24 August 1853

daily evening star. CITT ITEMS Trip to Alexandria.?A trip to the former .ceient city of the District, in one of the reg 3l?r boat#, of a fine day. is a convenient and delightful excursion, which we availed of yes terJav afternoon; enj?y>n8 8 comfortable ride in one ofJVanderwerken A Co.'s omnibuses to ,se landing. and a delicious breeie on the p^omac. on board the fast and fine little ?t?inier Union, of which Captain tiuy is the Inlite commander. Leaving the heat of the j .lty behind, at 6 o'clock, we found ourselves i rt-invijorated by a fresh wind, and pleased wltlj x fine view of the green thores of the river, whose waters leaped with joy beneath the blue sky above. A ramble through Alex- j jjj.iria, early this morning, did not present to bj much of novelty, the town still maintair jng jt? venerable ckaraoter and striking com mercial appearance, especially about the busy partes The water at this point is of greater depth than at Baltimore, and the difficulties 0f entrance and ...

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. — 24 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. THE DANGER OF MUSICAL TITLES; OR, " OXE KISS AT PARTING." A lady of fashion (the well-known Marchioness of Finsbury) had been loiter ing lor nearly an hour in a fashionable music-shop. She had purchased a copy of nearly every piece of music that had a sentimental title. She had sent into her carriage a whole Canterbury full of "love," going through every mood of the feeling, past, present, or future, and was follow ing their example, when she paused upon the step, as if meditating whether -she should take it, or some other step that was evidently turning itself over in her mind. The shopman, who had been some what moved by the tender tone of voice in which she ha'd asked him, " Wilt thou love me then as now ?" watched her with an anxiety that betrayed itself too plainly in the adjustment of his shirt-collar and the arrangement of his hair. Suddenly the marchioness seemed resolved. As with one bound she cleared the payment, and, breathless pale, her auburn ringlet...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 August 1853

TH5 EVE3TIN0 STAB ? fCBLlSHKD ?Vg*Y *rTERXonw, (sicsft II'MBaY,) Jtth* Si j? Ofier, on D >tr?et, near 12<A, nearly oppo site the Irving Hotel, Ft WiLLACH k. HOPE. To ?uk?rr",<?,rsin the eitiea of Washington, Geor** t*wn, anH Alexandria, at $3 12 per annum, nny rF.NT^-vreekfy to the A*W f0 aj*jl wiK.'**" the subscription price u THREE nOI.I.A ?'"* WD F' FTV f tVTS tvrtrin advance, TVTO W>LLAR9 Ux SIX MONTH8, and ONl? POLL A1 ft* THREE MOVTH8. Hikolf cofiks 0?s Ctnr. THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1853. NO. 207. Bates of Advertising . f0 *'|1 square"* week*, . 0 751 wquare 3 week.". - 1 00; J ?quare 1 fftonth, . 1 95; 1 aquarr 3 mor.tha, . 1 50'1 aqoare 6 nir?Ui?, ? 1 75 ? 1 square 1 ye*r. For artremaevncnta Iwwiww a week. 50 cent* ptr sqnarr will he charted for the flrt. and 37 S c?nta per square for each subsequent ica?rti?n. TEN LIVES or law constitute a square. If ftn advertisement excretfa a aquire, the price will be in azaci proportion. 1 ?ju?re 1 day, J square 9 days, 1 squar...

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 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. ! : J WASHINGTON CITY> THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 25. ZyTiu large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the citics of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. P. M. PrTTEKGiM. Sl Co., Newspaper Advertising Agents, are the authorized Agents to receive adver tisements and subscription for the "Star," at the ?arte rati * as required at this office, and their re ceiptors regarded as payment*. Th?*ir office* are at NEW YORK, 122 Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 Sute Street. Clerical CoxabativeaeM?Editorial Independ ence, and a lot of little matters besides. The readers of the Star will remember that a few davs since we declined pub lishing what we pronounced to be an at tack of one clergyman of Washington upon another, because we were "indis posed to embark in a crusade for one church against another;" offering, how ever, to publish the article over th...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. CIIY ITEMS. The Trouble in the Watrh House ?We cheerfully give pljee to the following com ments nj.rvn onr recent remarks on the com plaint.- of sundry Washington magistrates, that the Captain of the Auxiliary Guard, i in assumingto try certain fni ted States cases. . steps be} ind his prorirco : Huir.?. F.ditorj : Your reporter, in the Star of | the Kd, ti3? made a m/Urral mi*t>ike when he a?- ? .rrt? "that the t:.r>-e justin* wlio attend at the | wafh hoine, ]>rcteitai against Captain Birch at j lendingto United ^tatwraw, \c." Thi? u notio: ! t,nt the Mayor, BUUict Attorney, and tlie Attorney , for the Corporation, had made ni.'es ami regulations for the Auxiliary Guard, in whi -li they erfnettly yrohU-titd the Captain from attending to any other swinPMi (or receiving auy eomprr ation) than j ihc.so duties for which he receives a handsome -a I > ary, ajid the justices who attend at the wuteh house j r^id other municipal dune*, for almost a nominal ?...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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