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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. I Tartetiei. f*y The favorite cosmetic for removing ' freckles, in Paris, is an ounce of alum and an ounce of lemon-juice in a pint of rose-water. ! O" Alboni intends quitting the stage. It is said that she is much disappointed at her reception in the United States. Tub Potato Bi.rnnr Abroad.?Accor ding to present appearances, the potato disease will prevail to a great extent in < treat Britain the present season. Ty" The Emperor of Russia has four sons, Alexander, Constantine, Nicholas, and j Michael, and two daughters, Marie, the widowed Duchess of J^euchtenburg, and : the Grand Duchess Olga, lately married, i [FT* Young children are forbidden to appear on the stage in Paris and the bnu Itejie, as also are clowns, acrobats, Ac. ^ f shall probably have them in greater numbers in America. CC3 Exquisites h;?.ve such a "howwor" of everything common, that they utterly 1 cfuse to possess even common sense. j CC7" If you have been in company with an idle person onc...

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. — 1 September 1853

sSggp I FVFNTNf} Hj T Hi 11 X11 \J ,y*?? . ,f,e juh?Ti;>t: ^n price i* 111R1-.K ? ? ' ? - - ? ? . ? - . a*il HFTV CENTS ivfarinnAwiwf, s^-sis jss^etfssiss: vol. ii. Washington, d. c., Thursday STAR. september 1, 1853/ no. 213. of Adwti?in?. 1 aqu*r? 1 dar, - 50 1 are 2 2 V5 I square 2 davm, - 0 75 1 Kuw 3 * 3 -*1 I square 3 daya, - 1 00 1 aqnair 1 nw*>il>, ? 00 1 square 4 davs, - 1 85 1 square 3 mortbs, 10 00 1 aqua:* 5 tiny, - 1 50 1 .quart 6 month*. !? ?> 1 square 6 days, - 1 7511 'quart 1 yrar, X> 00 For advertiM-mfnt* ia?ertedone< a week, 50 rent* per bquarn will be charged for Ihe first. and 3 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. TEN LINES or let* constitute a squar*. If an adTertiaometit exreeda a aqnare, the pnc? wnll be in exact prop?>m<>n. XIII-: WEEKLY STAR. An Excellent Family and jf AS // 1*G TON X I- US PAPER. Price ? I .'ii per no num. Price ULAril 4- HOPE, P roprictow of the \Vn .h Cit) F.rtiii: Star, trill issue the first nuinVr ...

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. — 1 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: j THURSDAY AFTERNOON, t KPTEMBKR I. ' - ' ^y'The large circulation of the Star makes it the m.?si desirable advertising me dium in thu District. If has more readers in the cities of Washington, iicczgttorm, rmd Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. To Printers.?A super-royal Smith Press, in excellent order, can be purchased low at the Star office. The Rival World'? Temperance Convention*. New York is now about to be the scene of two grand Temperance Conventions. One, the World's Convention, under the auspices of the divines of churches and other steady-goers, in every quarter of the Union; and the other under those of the new lights and "come-outers," of all sorts and colors, and both seies. All who are opponents "of all which intoxicates" are called to meet in the latter organiza tion. Yet, strange to tell, those who are to be its ruling spirits are the parties, of all others, who are most constantly vic tims of every spec...

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. — 1 September 1853

T) \ [LY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS frtpvratio*' f?T the Execution of Daniel j r iTo+lieard?'Through the politeness of 'p we were admitted to-day within i of Ibe jail, in order that we might th< preparations which had been made for execution to-morrow. The gallows upon Woodward is to he executed i3 the same jjjch w3, prepared for Wells daring the Ad- ; titration of Mr Fillmore, and is construc- j .rl upon the model obtained in Boston by Ex- j j; irshal Wallach?of the gallows upon which . p, Webber was executed. The height of the with the trap elevated a foot in the centre. t?pon which will stand the criminal, is un fee* from ,he P011"11' Thc hei8ht of tbo pos-J supporting the cross-beam is twentyfect, j ^Tjbout nine feet above the trap. Tke trap .ncrjrtiug the criminal is secured in its place Srni'J bj iron pins, and a large iron bolt, so , aneoted with a spring that the pressuro of the fll0t would withdraw it. Tho pins arc taken ' fl0. 3 few moments before the execution, so j thut...

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. — 1 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. The Honeat Boy, or the Shilling and the I Guinea Some time ago the Duke of Bueclengh in one of bis walks, purchased a eow from a person in the neighborhood of Dalkeith, and left orders to send it to his palace the following morning : accord ing to agreement the cow was sent, and the Duke happened to be in dishabille,: and walking in the avenue espied a little fellow ineffectually attempting to drive the animal forward to its destination.? | The boy not knowing the duke, bawled | out to him: 44 Flimum, come here, an' gie's a han' wi' this beast. The duke saw the mistake, and deter mined on having a ioke with the little fellow : pretending, therefore, not to un stand him, the duke walked on slowly, the boy still craving his assistance; at last he cried in a tone of apparent distress. ?'Come here, mun, an' help us. an' as bure as any thing IH give you half I get?" I The last solicitation had the desired i effect. The duke went and lent a helping hand. ' ' j " And no...

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. — 2 September 1853

SEPTEMBER 2, 1853 NO. 214. Sat?s of AdTCztuisf wiuarr 1 day, - $0 5Pfl vqwar*' 9 wreka square S dav?, - ft ? ?-quart 3 dav*, square 4 dam, (?quare S dnv?, 1 aquare 6 dava. 0 7511 aquare 3 week* I ?><*ntTi. ?5 75 3 SO 4 00 10 on 16 00 30 00 1 *>h aqware ? 1 25 ? 1 aquan Z mwthN 1 50;: *qoiur * month*. . r - 1 75 1 Mjuar* 1 year, 30 00 For advertiwneata m*< rfd onea a wwk, 50 mux per ?(?iarr will be cliarjtr-d for the firat. and 37,% cent* per aquar* for each aubpe^jvent iraanion. TEN LINES or lea* com?utute a ?<t?are. If an advertisement eicceda a t-qaare. the pric? will ba in asset proportion. HIE WEEK I, V STAR. An Excellent Family and r 1$IIISO TON N E WSP APER. Price $1.95 Pt r uni'um. " * HOPE. I**"' pm<HD of the Wash i*it> Krcnmr ?S'<JT' n l" ?c ,'1*' nvaker ".Weekly STAR on the firs? Thursday in center ,. ?>! ?? ffwn per single copy. To Clubs, ir, ten copies for WAX); twenty <>frov** -it ? j ^ cash. u?rt?ri.:';y in adrance. ^ ffEEi^Y STAR will ...

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. — 2 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON, HEPTEMRER 2. yyTLc large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of 11 ashington, Gcorpetovn, and Alexandria, than all ihe other H'osA ingwn dailies combined. To Printers.?A super-royal Smith Press, in excellent order, can be purchased low at the Star office. The Execution. The extraordinary circumstance of a capital execution in this city, has very naturally produced much excitement among us, which, as a general thing, is taking a turn likely to result beneficially to society. The majesty of the law has been vindicated in a case in which public opinion was more unanimous in calling for its vindication by the infliction of the law's penalty upon the culprit, than in any .other occurring any where within our recollection. That Woodward was guilty of a foul and revolting murder, after for years brutally maltreating his patient and suffering victim, ...

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. — 2 September 1853

PALLY evening star. ' ~~ CITY ITEMS. DOiEL t. woodwabo. xm.thfr EPFORT made for his respite Thi rsd.vt. September 1, 1SW. Col Thompson. Woodward's counsel, whose ffort" h*Te b<?en ""emitting in bis beh*,f? v fat? *?y10 lhe Pr?3iJent'!' yesterda-v t0 ?ee ?f anything could be done, was met by Mr. ftndall, District Attorney, and toid by him that Dr. Ritchie of Georgetown, Woodward s bruther, and ft gentleman from Baltimore were ;it the President's anxious for an inter ne*. Col. T., on reaching the President s goose, was introduced to Dr. Ritchie, who 0id that he had known Woodward for a long ftnd regarded him as unsound in mind, ?nd related several circumstances to confirm thatopinion. Mr. Bannerman, the gentleman from Baltimore. wa3 of the same opinion. ^fter a few moment's delay, an interview wa*3 obtained with the President, and the ob ject stated The President replied that all 'commutations on that subject must come through the Attorney General. Utorney General Cashing was then ...

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. — 2 September 1853

EDUCATION. MISS M. S. CALLA2V, W'ILL ..pen a FEMALE SCHOOL. nn 8th between L ami M street.*, the FtRST MON D.iri\ SEPTEMBER. No pains will be pparfd to give satisfaction to those who may commit their children to her charge. Lessons in Music and X. e die Work will be given. Terms made known on pcisonal appiinlino. aurS7-M6w* JI VENILE SCHOOL, On II. Mween 17th and Iffh streets, First Ward. THE Ml>SES PRKTTYMAN respectfully inform their friends and t!ie public that the exercises ol their sc1m?oI wili be resume,! on MONDAY, the 5th of September. 1 hey communicate instructions to girls and small boys in the rudiments of English Education?Read ing, \\ riting, Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography, &.<?., &c. The number of scholars is limited. Persons will therefore apply early, as above, when the terms will b-made known. " aiig 27-dt6thSep MRS. E. CONVERSE &. MISS M. MILLER S Select School for Yanng Ladlei, Hamilton Terrace. A'o. 213, EnU'.ie it reel, Baltimor*. THESE ladies, ...

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 September 1853

THE EVENING STAB 0 rr?U?B'D evert AfTKRIfOOW, (KICEIT *r??AT,) Jtius/M Otfur. on D ttrcei. near 12M, nearly ojroo rUe the Irvmz Hotel, Br WALL ACH it HOPE. To mbxn^rsni thentie* of Washington, George i*wn, *n^ Alexandria. at .*3 12 per annum, twv CENTS ?weekly to the Aee;:t*. To I s.ui tabfejibr^ the suburription price m THREE AND FIFT\ CFA'TS a vearin lirfm-f, ~ rvro W?LLARH for MX MONTHS, and ONf? i _ jx?LI-AR w THREE MuXTHH. ??*olb copii# y Q JJ WASHINGTON, D. SATURDAY, STAR KJ X 1 \_ X !;? SEPTEMBER 3, 1853. NO. 215. B vt? of Advenmr^ 1 square 1 day, - JO '??? 11 square t i . I square S d?\?, - 0 square 1 "'* ? > 1 ?? -? . 1 #011 rqime i ? 1 2T> 1 ?ouare 3 *.J - 1 5A 1 pquur 6 ? t- 1 . - 1 75:1 square 1 > For advertisement.* inserted one# a x*.< ? *? per wjuare will be charted "or the ?rv w.' cent# per square for each subsequent in? TEN LIXE8 or lew ron'titute a pquar If an advertisement exceeds a t^uan . tie ! will t>? in exnet proportion. -i-nr z flRV? "qoare 3 ...

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 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: PATI RDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 3. oZTThe large circulation of the Stab make* it the most desirciUe advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, arid Alexandria, than all the othejr Wash ington dailies combined. To Printers.?A supor-royal Smith Press, in excellent order, can be purchased low at the Star office. Information for the New York Tribune. The Tribune, of the day before yester day, publishes another Washington letter full of shameless slanders, and asks if it is a fact that the President's carriage is attended by servants in livery ? We an swer that it is not true. His driver and j footman, or attendant, (for in these days the latter is seated by the driver, rather thar standing behind the coach, as of yore."1 are always as plainly and neatly attired as persons performing like ser vices, who are to l?e procured by any one, at any moment, in any very well kept letting-stable in New York ...

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

I) A J ^ IIYIT EMS. Ths Pa?V>'"k <W itS Events-'The Weekf ! JZ closes this evening, has been ono of , J 3 ?xcitem.nt. I- addition to the ; l0tC' -fjne 0f appointment, and removals, | -n'iM. polic. matters. ??d * 1 .ffairi in abundance, movements of *** nc men and Bechabites. turns and rP"'?p'?f *?* "?a 1 byWhi** "J D<mocraui: ???d *??"?on V" ?=?* ?' "od .ivs on the streets, soi rces and departure | Tth. Adelsteius. and arrival and success of 1 Kunkels. movements Baltimore wards of 1 Montgomery Guards to celebrate ? patri ot,. anniversary, preparations of the military j !Lrally lor the 12th of September, elevation ; ,reat (irenough statuary, reorganize- j ti?B of"be firemen, one or two Urcs. a tew ajcidents. and many fights and quarrels, nu merous improvements, mechanics and laborers btt,i!v engaged, arrivals and departure, of the | dis. nguiaheJ and the humble, ueaths and ma'tiages in private and public, army and Divv Batters, Ar , Ae.,-we Bay in addition to .j lhe.c caramo...

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 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Varletiw. Effect of tub New Steamboat Law.? It is stated that since the 1st of January, when the new steamboat law took effect, to this time, there has not been the loss of life of a single passenger, or even an injury to one, upon either the Mississippi Hirer or any of its tributaries, whilst in the seven months of 1852, corresponding to these, there were* over 500 persons killed. * ^ QC^In Oregon, a Convention of Jour neymen Printers was held at Portland, composed of Representatives from the Printers of Washington and Oregon Ter ritories on the 11th of June. Among the resolutions was the following: Re solved, That after the 20th day of June, 1953, we, as members of this Society, will not work at the printing business for less prices than the old established rates of 31,500 per year, cr $5 per day, and will use a!! honorable means in our power to prevent ratting, by either employers or those employed. English Emigration*.?A London cor respondent of the Tribn.ne....

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 September 1853

THI IVIWIWO STAB It rrtLitatv ivirt imuoo*, (sxtirr sr*D*T,) A Ht StJt Ofut. on D ttreet, ntmr nearly or? lite the Irvinf Hotel, " Br WALLACH it HOPE. To .n^riheraiatJie citii*of Wartin?ton,Geor** *rn- ?!f! *'.P 12 per annum, pny , per an nam. pay a'Y CENTS?weekly to the Agents. To iS fUb*'<jiber? the subscription price is THREE JEiI I ARf A VP FIFTY CENT3 a year in advaru-t, i Twro COLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONfi . DOLLAR far THREE MONTHS. Single copi?? ! n? CITT NO. 216. . 1 aquare 1 I 1 aqua re { 1 Ku*re: I Mjuare ? 1 aquare ; ,. ^u?r o nxmtlu, 16 00 1 aquare 6 daya, - 1 ~S 1 iquare 1 year, SOW For athmtivement* inserted one* a week. SO rwti | per aqvare wiU be charged for the fir*, and 37* cent* per Mjuara for each cubaequaat inaertiua. TEN LINES or leaa coaatitute a square I If an adrerttaement exceed* a aqure, tba price will be in exact proportion. J I THE WEEKLY STAR. An Excellent Family and WisH1SGTON NEWSPAPER. Price 8I.J5 per nnnuin. WALLACH ?i HOPE, Proprietors of the...

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 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 5. ITTThe large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium i>i the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetorrn, end Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. CC^Through an unavoidable accident a number of our subscribers were not sup plied with the Star on Saturday evening. We promise them that such a thing shall not occur soon again. A Great Stroke of Republican Policy. It is well known to historical students, that much of the sympathy which Frank lin managed to create abroad for his struggling countrymen in our revolution ary times, grew out of the austerity with which he practised in his walk in society, the simple republicanism of American in stitutions. Monarchs and courtiers re vered him?were awe-stricken in the presence of his simple grandeur?while the millions almost adored him, as the living representation of the principle of equal 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. — 5 September 1853

DALLY EVENING STAR. CIIT ITEKJ. j Sad ErtU ?Oo PrWay eight Hugh P. Jrbb. a tyri in th^Pensioii Office, boarding at the Globe gjf?J, <" by the proprietress to bare re at 11 fl'ckvk, but i*?>n after was beard rr\injr fflorder, and actiDg in a cra/v manner. The watch t^ck cognisance of him. and secured him iii the He was dismissed on Saturday mora iaf by Captain Birrh, ?lr. Mnhcr paying expeuses, md wandered away, his frier ds not knowing where, jotil yertsrday afternoon, when his lifel.es body was ^bsJ in the canal, between the 12th and 14th street* Coroner Wiodward held an inquest, which ^uitwl iuaveidict of accidental drown ug. It is ;k**1 that lm f?ll in the canal while in a state of intoxication. After the inquaat his body was removed wtbe shove named hotel, where h's remains have re raited the kind care of the family. General Arm itwng interposed in behalfof the p*?.r ui fortunate toiecar* a deceit funeral, and at 10 o'clock this morning bis body was conveyed to the burying...

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 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. VartetiM. Tns ooyET. The comet. he is on hi* way, And singing he flies; Th" whiixing p'anet* shrink before The * pertre of the skie*. Ah! well may re*%l orbs burn blue, Ami satellites turn pale. Ten millions cubic miles of head. Ten billions leagues of tail! ?7"*Religion says?love all and hate none. Sectarianism, love those who are of your faith, and hate all others. Re ligion is the best. 0C7*The cholera is increasing in Den marl:, and spreading in all directions. r^Soft crab, " alive and kicking," are now taken to Cincinnati from Baltimore. ^Liverpool. with 400,000 popula tion. is yet without a daily newspaper! PfT^Who ever knew a man disposed to scorn the humble, that was not himself a fit object of scorn to the poorest,! %j-\vl old lady who sells eggs, in Cin rinnati, has over her door, " New laid eggs every morning by Betty Briggs." Young ladies should bear in mind, that nature is more attractive than paint, and that cheeks which are encrusted in chalk and r...

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 September 1853

THE EVE2UH0 STAB p rriusaso ivtKT aptkriioon, (cxairr arNDAY,) JX tkt Stj? Ofiee, on D ttreet, nrrrr 12<A, nearly oppo site the Trvin* Hotel. By WALLACH fc HOPE. To mkirrilwiin the cities of Wa.?huifUiti,Ocorfe Kiwn, and AIchikWi, at $3 12 per annum, pay SIX CENTs*?weekly to the Apetit*. To ?ntl wk'c.ih'r* th?- *ubschr?Tion price in THREE nnLTjAH* AND FfFTY CENTS a Vf-arin advance, TWO 1rf?M,ARf? for SIX MONTHS, and ONlS fH i L L A U for THKEE MONTHS. Sixhle copies owe rrjrr. an. j i TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1853. NO. 217. 1 ?guar* 1 d?r, J aquare 8 rfay*, J N?arr 3 day*, | square 4 daw, 1 5 d*yn, 1 ?qu*rr 6 dayi-. fO 50 0 75 ] or 1 45 1 50 1 75 1 Xjnar. 2 week., f3 75 I aquar* 3 ? erkN 3 v> 1 ?*uare I mcnth. 4 00 1 aquare 3 month*. 10 M I aquarr f> BPi*h?, It ,*? 1 aqtiare 1 veer, 30 no For adrertipement* inserted once a wrck. 50 rent* per square will be rhargt-d for the firw, aitd 37\ cent? per *quare for oarh subsequent inncrtiou. TEN LINES or le?? constitute a > qua re....

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 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CIT yT TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 6. [0sThe large circulation of the Star mokes it the i.iost desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of ff ashing on, (Jeorgetoicn, end Alexandria, than Ul the other Wash ington dailies combined. S. M. PtTTrson.L k. Co., Newspaper Advertising A;?eni>, .ire the authorised Agi-ni* to receive adver tisements and subscription lor the ''Star," at the winu- rat's x> required at litis office, and their re ceipts are repu-dpj a? payment* Their office* *re *t NEW YORK. 122 Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. To Printers.?A super-royal Smith Press, in excellent order, can be purchased low at the Star office. The Mowed Institutions of the District of Colombia. Our attention has been arrested by the District column of Dye's Bank Note Re porter for the current month, which con - tains such extraordinary representations of our banks andjotherjissuers of notes for circulation, as mu...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 September 1853

dally evening star. CITY ITEKS. t r ftro Months of the Star.?Yesterday com bed the two first month* cf the publication of tbi?Psr*r un,'er present proprietorship, yyi already it numbers 90m? 4,000 aubsciibers. 1 large and increasing advertising list, and has in short become the populir paper of the Dis trjct At home and abroad tbe industry, en terprise, and talent it displays aredulj appre fisted The earliest intelligence is always found in its columns, and iU views on public matters are always freely and fairly expressed, never intentionally offending the most fastidi 9U< reider. Such being its success in two ninths, what may not be expected at the ter B;natioi> of its first anniversary ! We ex ^?t to supply ten ahousnnd readers with the 5t?rby that time, th" 0th of July next, and it is our greatest desire to merit from a just ?n?i generous public tuis looked-for increase ^prosperity. With many thanks for the post. wt -gt> ahead " Fiitt }tmrf?t?Great Bill To-night.?Mr. Mor...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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