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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 September 1853

PROPOSALS. NATYDKPART1IKNT, Biiuc or Yamls ah? Docks, September WA, IMS. SEALED PROPOSALS frir mob class separately, in dorsed " Proposals for CJms No.?.forthe utt yard st 1'enaar.ola." will be received at this office un til 1- ?'clock M on the 25th day of October next, for farnishir.g and delivering, at such place or places within the nary yard aforesaid as may be directed by the commandant thereof, the materials and ar ticle" herein specitied, via: No. 1 ?Miscfxlunro?*.?Bricks. 9-77.GOO first quality hard-burnt brickj per M 157.000 lii>t quality lire bricks do CtassNo.2?i/iscdlan'.out? Pin* Lumber ami Timber. 30 pieces yellow pine 'Jinber, 40 feet long, 8 by 10 inches square; ?0 pieces yellow pine timber, 3'5 l'eet long, 8 by 10 inches square; SO pieces yellow piue timber, 22 feet long, Z bv 8 inches square; 5250 pi' <xs yellow-pine timber, 20 feet long, 3 by 4 inches- square; 350 pierei yellow pine timber, 21 feet long, 2 by 4 inches square; ldO pie yellow-pine timber, 20 f...

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. — 7 September 1853

? THE IVEWIHG 8TAS p r-iU,*rD *T,*T (EX?IPT ?rWDAT,) LmJi *#re*#, nrar 1KA, nearly oppo I* nte Ike Irvtng Hotel, ? bt ?vallach at hote. 1 Tr ?aV*-nher?in thecitiea of Washington,Georte ' Alexandria, at $3 12 pr annum, my 4]X CENTS ?weekly to the A*pnts. To iw. price is THREE A VP FIFTY CENTS a year in aWt-a^e, *%)LWI1!< for BIX MONTHS, and ONfi ULARW THREE MONTHS. eiiauL* ooriKS it ttrr. VOL. n. |[WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1853. NO. 218. EatM of Advertising - fO Mil t-quere 9 weeks, $3 "5 . 0 75 1 rTnarr S week?, 3 50 - 1 00 (1 square 1 month, 4 00 - 1 95'1 square 3 mati;hs, 10 00 - I 50 1 square ft K.ntitb*, 16 00 - 1 75>1 square I year, 30 00 For adyvru?rmert.? inserted onre a week, 50 cents per square will be charted for the flnt, and % cents per square for eack snh*cquen' in*erUou. TEN LINES or less constitute a square. If an advertisement eicceda a m uare, the price will be in cxact ptopottion. ' 1 square ! day, I square 2 davs, 1 sqnare 3 davs, 1 square ...

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. — 7 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 7. ^7" The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me fiiitm in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies comlnntd. S. M. Pettesoill Si Co., Newspaper Advertising Agents, arc the authorized Agents to receive adver tisem-nta and subscription for the *'S<rtr," at the same ratrg as required at this office, and their re ceipts are regarded payments. Their office* are *t NEW york, 1-.K N'a^tau Street. BOSTON, 10 Kiate Street. To Printers.?A super-r?yal Smith Press, in excellent order, can be purchased low at the Star office. A Route on the Star for Sale.?A .Route on the Star, having seven hundred and seventy-five subscribers, will be sold low. An active, industrious man can soon increase it to 1.000. Apply early at the Star office. Putnam, for September. The September number of this maga zine, is a str...

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. — 7 September 1853

0I.Y EYEPTTXG STAR. CITY ITEMS. 4, IniT ?* Apr'xcant-?A few days since an in idJ disdpls from Yank.-edom arrived in Wash - -trt frr? Boston by the quickest train*, coming n ,th all anxiety to get an office. He proce-dcd * * "* **" * ?? ?> ???????? u<ll| |k? ? to one of the Head* of the Departments and nited b ? letters asking for a place " right off." ?^Cbiefdi'i n?t Bk* this precipitancy, but kindly M tie yt*ung man that he would look over his pa ?rs. tn 1 r?ju??ted him to call again, in a few days. -A few uaj?,"*aid the af plicant in surprise, "I t jralt. Oi?e m? a situation right iff, or IU go me ^ "rv ih.t I cannot poarfblj accommodate , ' "1^ ':.i?t> po W. our Yankev j | 001 ' L?>king round he ob*rv*l an Irl,h- ; r T<tck and addrwdBf the appointing ]>ow.r, i Tb, rt>'tbeTV! caa t JC? **** me th>t 1 '?re1'* Tn ?, assowdthat tha incumbent was a good | 1 . . mart Democrat, *c., and therefor* he I't b ,ve that situation?the superior officer "t'! worried with ...

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. — 7 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. [W ntten tor the Evening Star.J THE ORPHANS OP HEW OHLEAH8. ? T B. STtt.LHUN BALCI1. It is generally known that Uie prevailing epidem. ic ha> left a large number of orphans in that doomed city. An estimable gentleman. a director in one of the Infirmaries, writing to a fri. pd ; when apeaking ot a visit to the Ajyluin prodded for these defence les, children, observes : "I could .land the hospital and its service, but when I cast ir.y eye upon thc<c bereaved innocents, heard their M-arctun- eries Cor a ..st number, and witnessed the gloom aiid aiirituh which pi-rvaded their countenan. .-s, mv heart was ???????*, *nd wrung with melancholy at so o\erpowenng a spectacle." lie saw the children of the dead, The victims ol a withering scourge; Beheld those infants lone, with dread And anguish did hit t>o?om urge. For there wa- written on each brow, Death ! desolation:?and deep woe Had placed her scathing fingers so That her sad marks did plainly show. And the bl...

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 September 1853

THE EVENING STAB p rr?u??D ?vmt Arr?R5oojr, (ex??pt arHDAT,) Jttkt St m Ofire. on D ttreet, near 1?*A, mearh ojrpo rite the Irving Hotel, Bt HTAI.LACH & HOPE. To ratHcrihTpiii the cities of Washington. fteorge lown, and Aleiandna, at $.1 12 per annum, par ?hle?SIX CEVTJ* ? weekly to the A|feiirs. To I mail ?nb*<.iben? the ?nbsrription price is THREE ' W)I,LA*S AND FIFTY CENT* a ve.r.n nJnmce, ~ rWO bOLI.ARS for SIX MONTHS, and OVfi ? DOLLAtfor THREE MONTHS. Swa* corn. VOL, II WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, ?j g - ???? ? STAR. SEPTEMBER 8, 1853. NO. 219. THE WEEKLY STAR Tins everltent Family and News Jotimnl *ill ap pear on Thursday, the Hth of September, 1W1 Osk Doll** *nd Tw?kty-Fiv? ccxts per single copy. | T<> CluSs?Five copies for M Ten copies for ?1*00; Twenty copies, $1.VOO, (Vh, intdruNv in aJvanrr. ro*T*AST**? who act as nt> will be allow ed a commission of twenty per e?nt. the weekly star. An Excellent Family and n iSlllSGTON NEWSPAPER. Price Pcr #MnM' IV \1 I...

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 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR.1 WASHINGTON CITY: I TIH R3DAY AFTERNOON, SEPTE.MnER 8. 0Z7"The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetourn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combinid. To Printers.?A super-royal Smith Press, in excellent order, can be purchased low at the Star office. A Route on toe Star for Sals.?A Route on the Star, having seven hundred and aeventy-five subscribers, will be sold low. An active, industrious man can soon increase it to 1,000. Apply early at the Star office. Tho Gardiner Ca?a. We tind in the New York National Democrat, of Tuesday last, a second ar ticle in defence of the Gardiner operation on the Treasury, copied from a recent number of the Cotton Plant, upon which we feel called on to comment. The Dem ocrat copies it with complimentary no tices of the Cotton Plant, as though de signing to create the impression that the article in q...

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. — 8 September 1853

daily evening star. CITY ITEMS. rv Sehooh?The Trustees of th* public jrbnols bdd a protracted msetinglsst erening st th? City Hill- Th? subset bsfbre thara was the revision ?f^n> book* U> be used in the several schools, an J the ral<-" for ths government of the jcbnoU. After ouch and spirited dis ussion, the lift ?f books and rnie, 0f g?vernm??t, as r?j < rted by the committee Ibr the purpose at .1 prerions mating, wers adopted with ?f?" raodifl-ations, an.I were ordered to be pricred. Miss Myers ?rr?i?t*t1 miitint teach ?u * primary aebonl in the Stcend Di>Uirt, rirt Miss jjltags, promoted to be the piiucipal of the same in place of Mrs. Ogden. re>i*ned. Present: Xha Mayor, the Seer tnry of the Board, Mr. I>aTin, and Mt-si"'. Abbot, lialidsy, Bnc->n, Donoho, Har. bau;fc. Walsh, Byinjcton, Pearson, and Randolph. Soar! adjourned to meet on Wednesday next. A Fng t\rt Lor+r Oirried Ojf.?Nicholas Yotear, *ho wes arrested here yesterday on a charge of stealing fW ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 September 1853

DA ILY EVENING STAB. Debt, Statu and National.?The Cin cinnati Railroad record, makes the follow ing estimate of the debt due by the Gen eral and State Governments, Municipal Corporations, Railroad Companies, and private individuals: National debt $05,131,092 State debt .202.557,762 Municipal debt 70.000.000 Katiroal debt* 250.000,000 Mercantile foreigr debts 150.000.000 Private domestic debts 930,000,000 Aggregate $1,(587,689.454 This is a frightful aggregate, but it is no larger than the reality. About one quarter of it is held abroad or on foreign account, the balance among citizcns of the United States. An Old Foot.?There is a farmer resi ding at Quogc, Long-Island, 03 years of age. who has never seen a steamboat.? lie has only travelled twenty-five miles East and thirty West of his home. lie is possessed of land, and docs not care about selling it. as the money would give him trouble. He once went to the River head depot of the Long Island Railroad with his daughter, and was so...

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. — 9 September 1853

SSf IVPNt\fi ? J T I J 1 1 X 1 1 \J ' "S-Li The tialiiiiljn? P?e ? THKKK -"? ? - . . ? ; ? 7? ,,11 . \ i> KIFTV ?'ENT3 * vearm aAvanre. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, pfittAK ?? ? 0%*rl* ? 1 1 SEPTEMBER 9, 1S53. THI W1BELT ITil. Thi* etreflenl Family and Newa Journal will ap pear on Thursday. the 14th of September, IW3. TTUI. <>? DoLLta and TwtKTT-FirK CKXTa per unfle copy. To Club*?Five eopnn for $;YOO; Ten copiea for $8.00: Twenty copieu. $15.00; Ca*h, imorviMy <? 1 advanrr. 1VO *2^0 who act a. M'IiU will be allowed a cotumi**ton of twenty per cent. * ?p?? mi; weekly star. An Excellent Family and 1 <111sg TON h Kirs paper. ' friir #1.513 I*" anuum. \\ \l [. Mil & IIOPE, Proprietor* of the WaJi i r\ Ereni*g st"r- will >-*Ut 'I"1 fin?* number ' " uifkl.V STAR on the first Thursday in ar il^,r " r'T,r* 1^33 Tk^, _?l.-r> cent* per single copy. To Club?, .nn)e? tor .*.5.00; ten copied lor $S.00; twenty (1?* tV " , il", OiJ; cash, innmcoly hi mhiince. i ikp...

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. — 9 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTtMRER 9.-t ZyTht large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, ( und Alexandria, than nil the other Wash ington dailies combined. To Printers.?A super-royal Smith Press, in excellent order, can be purchased low at the Star office. A RorTE ox tiir Star for Sale.?A Rnnte on the Star, having seven hundred and seventy-five subscribers, will be sold low. An active, industrious man can soon increase it to 1,000. Apply early at the Star office. THE WEEKLY STAR. On Thursday next, the first number of the \Y eekly Star will be presented to the public. It will be the cheapest and one of the best family news journals ever published south of Mason & Dixon's line. The Wekki.y Star will be printed on a handsome double sheet, and contain Tales. Poetry. Anecdotes, Foreign and Domestic News, in addition to "Washing ton News, such ...

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. — 9 September 1853

daily evening star. CITYITEMS^ Jt-a'y i'.r 0* ?? Huliimorf.? ,4 U1I1 hry. ?r th* Montgomery tiuards, yesterdsy 1 * . J ? r?-I* irr*l h''- rl?*.-p?t?-li front Colonel J. M. Tarlrr, politely inviting the company t?. Welcome tV : as he now styles his eminent residence. TLe ? vitality of Colonel Turner is unsurpassed ?nwmr l uiiinuior.anr, and of course his welcome will be , nf worthy ? f thr generous host. TLe Hill ia that ? *lii.b the defenders of the city of Baltimore as j^Med ?--f. r. the battle of North I'oint, and on ,hib the inward breastworks of the Americans *ep, ^rown op ax a final ground of repulse to the I*r,ti*h. and are still remaining. An appropriate ration of the day will be given on the Hill by Colonel Turner and the residents there, ai.d a grand j Uy of fire-vro'ks >?? oxhibited at night. Colonel j M Am!ir?on, of the ,Vld regiment, wi 1 receive the -t,f the tf.iards on the occasion: and it in ex -..-?j-d the military will be out in full numbers to ^i,,. nixl enterta...

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. — 9 September 1853

Central Imtructlom, No. S, To CMucCjrt and Ufitr OJicrrs of thr CutUins. TMASVEYDxPARTJiBir, August 25th, 1853. it is du-emed advisable for tilts more convenient use and reference by officers of the custom? to embody in a hinifle circular serural important instru> tions issued by the Jepar ur>nt frovi tin.e to time in re gard to the coUecii. n of the revenue from customs. 'lhe act of March 3d, 1951, entitled ''An act to nioend the vt.- regulating 'he appraisement of im- | ported merchandise and fur other purposes," pro- | \ id. ?>. in its hr*t fection : t-That in all cases where there i- or shall he imported any ad viIt rem rate of j (i .it ." - n any goods, wares, or merchandise imported intn th? United SUtea, It shall be the duty of the collector within whose district the same shall be ? ? I W entered, to cmisc the actual market value. or wholesale price thereof, at the period of th" ftpirtation to the United States, i? the pnnei- , i>al mark' t?of the eountry from whi...

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. — 10 September 1853

the evening stab ? -m- 7- ? ? ?. _ . _ ?rr?u.nr??TiRT Arrmioo*, (kcipt i.-spat,) ? 1 M / B 1 m B T L ' 1 / ? 1 i\ I \ J \ B, ITALLACII k HOPE. ? I ? / ^ Rj ^ jf -j T,1.nbs<Tih'r*i?th?citiwofW?whington.G?>orr'- H i W HI ^ 01 W ? B l(W3 ar.4 Aletandna. a' *3 12 pr annum, par B A f ? J I* H V ^ ? .mJ-.-IX CENTS?weekly to tii?* Ajr^its. To ?*?^ f ?H Jk 1 ^ B 1 ^ V?JB l!j?U.tenthe ?rt?rr?tioe price to THREF. ? . _ ? * m'v I \i!S AM) FIFTY < EXT.-' a year in a-lvavct. ? ? ? ' ' . . ? >? . \RS for SIX MONTHS, and OXE \Ti~\T T? ? war a ' THEEE MOXTiW. com* VOL.. 11. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, 11. SEPTEMBER 10, 1853. NO. 221. THE WEEKLY STAB Tlii? ?iceileni Family and New* Journal will ap ptar ou Thursday, tlie 14th of tscptcniber. lSi3. tkrmh. Om Dot.LA* *WD TWKVTT-riVB tl'Ti pCf am"!* To. adi l'o Club*? FiTr copies for $5.00; Ten cop??? l<* 00; Tuft) copiM. fI5 00; < ^fh, K.ranaNy in ?once. Post*ASTERSWho communon of twenty jkt ient. *ei ?* Bfr nts will be allowed a Til...

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. — 10 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR.. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 10. "The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetoxrn, cmd Alexandria, than all the other Wash' incton dailies combined. S >1 1'lt Si Co., Nev.spai? r Advertising Agentf, are the authorized Agents to receive adver tisements and subscription for the "Stir, at the aam<> rates as required at this office, and their re cei}it.< are repar.led as pavjpents T'i< ir offices af at NEW VOHK. 122 Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. The Richmond Enquirer and the Kotta Affair The Enquirer at last seems disposed to '? back down" from the rather "high falutin" position of apparent approbation of the conduct of Austria in the Kosta affair, which was really the iptod erat demonstrandum of the censures of the ed itor upon Captain Ingraham's conduct in the Kosta affair. He ridicules the foolish protest of Au...

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. — 10 September 1853

daily evening star. CITY ITEMS yrrrmentt ?/ the Military on Monday.?The geelgoeery Guards will meet early on Monday gj-rnint to prep*1* ft,r th'*r tr!rt0 Baltimore. They wj]l number, officers. men and band, aboutonehun strong, and make a grand appearance. The military companies cf Baltimore will generally te to receive thi m, and extend the hospitality of the Monumental City to their welcome visitors. OM Defenders. te whom they desired to pay their fttprcl.*, wi.l be oat ?f the city, having determined torel'-bnte the day at Cockeysvil'e; but the Fharp ^ccters. the gallant Capt. Lilly commending, will y we understand, their especial hosts. The Boone Eifles, .in excellent corps of tb::t arm of the military of Washington, also propose going to Paltimore rn Monday, but we hare not been in* formed of the jarticu'ars of their movement*.? fom? ??? that they will positively go, others that thi-j *re to meet to-night to finally determine about tJj# matter. IV Continental Guards will not para...

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. — 10 September 1853

. EDUCATION. Select Classical and Mathematical School. rpHK subscriber ha< removed his school to College I Hill, where a commodious building is being fitti d "|> t<tr its reception. At the preparatory de partment of the Columbian College, it will continue in preserve the character of a strictlr select reboot, designed for laying the foundation of*a thorough En glish, classical and mathematical education. The next session will continence on the 13tii ol Septem Iht, and close on the !a>t of June. Term" i}12 30 per quarter, payable in advance. At a small additional charge tile students will be permitted to attend the lectures delivered in college on chemistry, geology, a;.>d mineralogy, and also to receive instruction in French and other modern lan guages b) the protessor in that department. Piijiiir may be boarded at the college, under the special care and superintendence of the principal. Tne necessary expenses of a full boarding student will he alxHrt jl!W p. r academ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 September 1853

THE EVE5INO STAB j, pt*li?hci> kveky arr?B?foox, (ncin anriUT.) jttKt Si a Ofue. -mi D street, near 12t4, on no ?/<? Mc /rtir* Hot*!, Rt U'.UL AC If & HOPE. To wtamlwa.?the ntiw of W ^hinjton Georce- i ?? a'fJ !2 P" annum, Jfv < t\T>? weekly to the Awnu. To ?iii' f/ii* Gibson prion yrir#? u tiidpp nULMUS AM) FIFTY CK\TS * renrm J nva MII.LARM for 8J\ MONTHS^fjSS fK'I.I'AK i<ii THREE MOXTIIS. 09S c E.<T. frtvn VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, IS53. JVO. 222. _ ? * it (v . Thi? execl'ent Family ?n?1 New# Journal will ap pear on Thursday, tfir Uth of ?fptrirfcer. 1S13. ITEMS. 0??t Dollar asd Twtvnr-Firit cents per swgte 1 copy To CI uh??Fi?r eopien for $5.00: Ten copiea for ! .<8 00; Twenty copica, j&lj.OO; Cati:, i?ir?irujNy in ? tJroncc. Postm a#1 kb8 who art as s^nts will be allowed a I commission of twenty p?-r ?vm. ,*STRrCTIOX IX MISIC. M- 'i 'lKKJ-. thankful ior nnst favors, wishes to ?1. gi (us faatdm r. 1 Ike pnhhe ^iat .',p ' . .he...

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. — 12 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 12. (?7*77ie large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has mare readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, mid Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. 9. >1. Pettksgill & Co., Newspaper Advertising Agents, arc the authorized Agents to receive adver tisements and subscription for the "Star," at the ?ame rates a? required at this office, and their re ceipts are regarded a.? payments. Their offices ar?> at NEW YOKK. 122 Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 Slate Street. State Management of Public Worki. At length a general movement seems likely to take place throughout Northern States in which the State authorities are charged with the management of public works, to get rid of this source of cor ruption in politics, and this almost certain guarantee oi the unprofitableness of mo ney so invested. Time and again, the people of Pennsylvania hav...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 September 1853

daily evemngstar. CITY ITEMS. , United State. Ho Saturday evening * highly intareeting com !" Itsrv dinner was giren to the gallant General FT aJ Pillow, and the lion. F. F. Stanton, of <JluW \x H o'clock, the company " ' the fertile 1)0,11(1 weI1 laden with the ]jCtt of Col. Hackney,the worthy and popular ?rll kBoW- how to provide. C.pt. E.f? Rutb, / Trnnfably presided on the occasion; and j ' thecloth was removed. speech ton*. and sent "t were given of an intelligent, eloquent and "!Lue ch.ra.ter. Speeches w?re m<ul? by Gen. ''"nw Hon. F- P- Stanton, Gen. Caleb Cushiug, ii O F. Nicholson. lion. If array M Wattersou, "2- 0 Washing*, Esq., A.-eistent Secretary of; ' Treasury, Col. Win. Phillip., Sinh Anditor, ludr JohDW. >,r- Hobinson, of Tenn., Capt 8- F. Rutb ?:lJ otl1'1""' ln 1*9Ponb<5 ,0 complimentary lit?. U>? company enjoying the feast of reason and . v*0'f#oul highly, and separating at an early bour. I We much regret our inability io give thespetches. | tv foll...

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