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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 September 1853

EDUCATION. Select Claiiical and Mathematical Scli wol. THE subscriber has r^movsd hi* school to College HilJ. where a ccmmodious building is being fitted up for it* reception. A* the preparatory de partment of the Columbian College, it will continue to preserve the character of a strictly select school, drsigncd for lay ins the foundation ot a thorough En glish, classical and mathematical education. The neit session wijl commence on the 12t!i ot Septem ber, and rinse on the last of June. Terms $12 50 per quaaer, payable in advance. At a small a'itiitiona! ch.irpts ihc will be permitted to attend th- lecttsros delivered in college on chemistry, gvology, and mineralogy, and also to receive instruction in French ar*.J other moder? lan guages by the pretessor in that department. Pupils may be boarded nt the college, under the special care and superintendence of the principal. The necessary expense* of a full boarding student will be about .*190 per Tead?-mie year, and of a weekly boarde...

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. — 13 September 1853

the evesiho stab ? N "*? y m _ ___ __ _ ~ * ' H i/ L 1 \ I \ 1 I B, MAL1.AC1I .V HOPE. ? 1 , ?/ m ? m ? To snfiecriheral" the cities of Wa.'hinfton.Oeorfc ? ' I W . H I H 9 S JJ"^Viandn..M *3 B per annum, p.y , ? J W ?J V |? ; f 1 ? ^ ?l\ t/ENTS ? weekly to the Agent*. To | ?W 1 ^ M I M \ JH S^uttria the mNoMm pfc* i* THKBE - ? * Xw'1 ?*. i ?.. -i \\l? FIFTY C'fc.NTS a y.arin aJvancfj j ~ ? ??: : ? _ :. Pw.1.1 \RS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE | *tA| tt __t . ? - J?j.*Rf?r THREE MONTHS. cor,,, j VOL. 11. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 1853. the weekly 8TAB Thi? ficflfnt Family and New* Jorrnal will ?]? pear on Thursday, Uic lSlh of 0eptcn>i>ei^ 19S3. terms. Osr Doli.a* *ki> TwrxTT-Ftvr cr>Tt per ?ingl' cony. *!" Cube? Fire copies for $.V00 : Ten copies for $8 00; Twenty copte., f 15.00; ( a*Ji, in*<w*oJiii in "| adranct. NO. 223. ' PorrMASTKM who act ?s a?ent? will be allowed * j ooimnissiun of twenty p?r c*-ni. i?*TRt"CTIOJI Ml PIC. M? *i MEKI.. thankful for pa-t...

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. — 13 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: TUESDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 13. HD*The laYge circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Gcorgetotcn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash' mgton dailies combined. ty To innare Ihf insertion ?fAdrer tiwtnenu ihcjr ntn?t br bronffht to onr coan ting-room before 19 o'clock Iff., ?tkcrwiaf they mar not appear until the next day. No Jfyitery. We are not a little amused at the be fogged condition of the press at a distance relative to the position of the President towards the contending factions in New York, and the state of feeling existing between or among the various cabinet ministers. The New York Herald of Sat urday gravely represents the latter as armed, cap-a-pie as it were, against each other; each striving to outwit or to cir cumvent the other in order to injure, each the supposed friends.of the other, for the benefit of his own. Now, though this...

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. — 13 September 1853

PA ILY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS. raride and Jnnirertary of the Light infantry.? ^Washington Light Infantry, first Lieutenant ' hr. f Tucker enmmanJintf. during thoJr parade '..terday afternoon. visited the fine Gallery of Paint ings belonging to W. W. Corcoran, Esq. where the |J# wal feasted with a Tlew ?*f the great works of . wbkh the munificence and taste of the worthy proprietor has colIecUd. After marching through thecitv. thsy were dismissal .it the armory and at 8 o'clock. tb? company and g'lesta assembled at the -fmpir* Hoina," where -mine hort" hud prepared a .umptuou* * upper, which was gotten up in honor of ,b, ?rvsnteenth anniversary of the first parade of the company. Lieut. John F. Tucker presided moat l,*i?ant]y orer the a ssemblagc, and after the feast of ?rod eating was over, set in mo ion the feast of good jpeakin}*. singing and joking. The first towt given w?j."tothe Ertniiuj Star and the Pre.-*,"' which was r^-.r.did t?in a xratsfol manner, and duly apprt an . te...

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. — 13 September 1853

EDUCATION. .SPECIAL NOTICE. THE UNION ACADEMY, Corner of l-UA Street and tfew York Jlvcnuc. rrHOSE parent-, wishing to eeeure a selerl mi I firry iray responsible school, for the correct and thorough training of their son.-, in the Classics and Higher Mathematics, and also in the Modern Lan guagesand Natural Sciences, s? that they mar be fitt. d tor College, or for Engineering, Surveying and Commercial pursuits, are respectfully invited to visit 'he institution, or call upon the Princinal soon, as liie number o! pupils is limited, and the vacant seats l?W. No pup.!* will be admitted or continued, whose character is known to be bad or doubtful. No pupils will be admitted henceforth who have 110: advanced beyond t e primary branches. Circulars can be obtained at the principal Book store*. Z. RICHARDS. sep l'2-.Tni Principal. DANCING ACADEMY \T CAR! SFS SALOQN.?1 will commence inj' cias-ses in Dancing on Tu.-dav. October 11, at my Saloon. All the new and fashionable dances taught. Clas...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 September 1853

WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1853 THE EVENING STAB ? Frill**? rr?*r imno#*, (rxctrr JtHu 9ffue, on D +rttt, wemr 12tA, marly owo fite the Irvir.'Hotel, ^ Br WALL.ACH i HOPE. Tofiibwn^niin Uw <(*??? nf Washington. Hmm. ?"? "'J* r>r a"num, pnv < LNT&?wcrklv to Hie Aunts' To mail s?il>-uibers t/ie "iihsmption Brioe i? thrfp pol.T.A^ A\D FIFTY ci\TH I v.ar'n TWO WiLLARS lor SIX MOXTfld, and ONf* fXH.I. VR fur THREE MQXTJIS. 8mu c.il,, n*. rrxT. VOL INSTRUCTION IN Ml* SIC. Mr. SCHEEL, tli.ink:ill for past favor*. wishes to ncqnain. hit friends and the public that he mil ??Mirfr* fhe duties ifhu pmfemoii in eivinj ? i on in PiANO, and in VOCAL, Ml SIC, i( or to Mwif pupils. Also, lessons siren ii t. -'' 'T"i and Melodeon, with the science of harmony. has in his possession testimonials from pa t/u;.' of th* highest standing. ackiimveldpeing his ?mi! i:i<! ability to impart musical instruction in the hpst and ">? ?' imiM-oveil classical Myle. Pupil* ,!??...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 September 1853

?]),)!LY EVENING STAR. WASIIIN (JTON CITY: IVF.DXE8D \V *FTKKN< ><)X, SEPTEMBER 14. frj^Tht large circulation of the Star maics it the most desirable advertising me O diutn in tlic District. It has wore renders in the citicg of Washington, Georgetcnm, and Alexandria, than all ike other Wash ington dailies combined. T*iu?uvcihp invfrlion ofAdrrr* li?r>iicut? they uinot br lirouuhl to our romiing-rMiii brfarr 14 o'clock ITI., ! oihrrtrMr Ihry may not appear ntilii the next ?Jay. ^ - The Progress "Of the United Statei. A 1< tter from San Francisco, bearing date August 16th, ultimo, says ; ' The city i* rapidly improving by the erec tion of the i. r>*{ substantial granite brick and fire-proof buildings. Our merchants ore the Hiost enterprising in the world. he,I aie ?bin? a j ro?pen?us business. I hare seeD this eny .before a brick wa? seen it, bjrned ta yhw four times, when it w*= nothing but ten's nnd huts^ Now. we arc -yond the reach "} '.T ir conflagrations and alr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 September 1853

PALLY evening ^ar. CI1Y ITEMS frjftx nwrwfr. ami YYitxi/'.?TLe city of i:Mfr exhibited such an array of im ,. ,* idc;>u< m boilding. now one r- Ihr up and just g^i-beU. ?iU> T*?f 01 ',pw L*' ,,f culvert*, r urini: ??d painting, Ac., a* U now to be seen. Tli< iBipr reseats at the President's house are most tb?ri"Kb: all the moras and hall." having had carpen loek- mithr, belMiangi-rv, pa'uters, plasterers, girJci*. and "11 kiudsof artixans aud artist* w*w. fniy t? the ren iv?tiou ami embellishment of the in terior .i* *? il as ?'X tnur. lor several month." engaged cr tl - r respective labors. At pr?seut it to iiuk' such an r.pj earance a* to give an idea of what It *U1 le >'i ccnitort. cleft ?uee and magnificence. The evt ro-m is especially grareL the coiling f<iUC faceted and glided in a rich manner. aiwl the j .lating'-ud f>mam?-ntr.l work of the fir*tcharact?r. j srrirtly ?* C< ..^ress dii< c.cd la.-t y? ar. Xot- ? iritLMi nding the various operations of...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 September 1853

Officc of tiie Cenernl Insurance Agency. Loeatr-l on Seonth *treet, oppotite the Post Office, "|IrHr,RK Policies will be granted on Liie, Fire, \\ and Marine fi>k? in the following Companies, VaZ ? Brattrh O fire of the lVa*Mngton Cownty Mutual In suramre Vzikp:r.y. Capital ?0:?5^?R, anil over 110, O-V) m. mbcr?. J?- Cow**, President; A. Btsttor, Secretary. Bri.nrh Offu e o f the \ationtU Prote>:lion Iusttraru r Conii-.'iv, of Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Capital ,??_><w'.OOO. Surplus: K-'i^.OilO. A. I). W. GaRRKtt. President, J- M. Wiu ki.er. Secretary. Branch Office of the Granite tn.turar.ee Company, of N. V. Capital y2tM>,000, besides a I arc* surplus of cash fund*. (J. A. CrRTis, President, W. II. DkPF.tr k, Secretary. Since tiie above agencies have been estab lished, we Have injured over .fc4..">fH).ftOO of property, an;l i??.id oivr l."> losses. amounting to over jylrijOtH), to th" ful! satisfaction of the claimants, in current t'.mds. Person* having pr> ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 September 1853

THE EVENING STAB j ^ - - L1- . ? mUCHED ?T?1 ArriRX..^ (KXMFT .W!f?AT,) ? 1 Wt f I^ ~|^ 'T ~J|~ ~m ~T ?) 1 m / II' \ I % 41 if ^ m A HI WIIHJ ai?. "'"'\Ll'u'"fu-TF, ' iii w r i \ 8 % -J- 1 i /? II jitr^.^^s^rs2r?r i I 'J 1 I J 1 S ill I L\ f-C ?????????.u.*.*-**.* ,h' SI.X rEXTS?weekly lo ihe Arenu. To ? ? ? I B Jl 1 ?1 B V B k. V B / S B9 S tuiii. rh?* -tibsrriprion jrirr in THREE i ? . ? ???? ?4__ ? ^r\. J / n La M I A ! * ixn T? . w_. m XAltS AND FIFTY CENTS * year in advance. a ?? ' * ^ ? J. ^ copy. LLv* AND r"*-? i cent, per Mntf. rffl) '.'?I.l.ARS for .^IX MOH'lriS, and ONE, TT ~ ~~ ? ;?:? ? ?? ? I To ("luh*? Fw-r rnmir. * . m -r :> ,tI.AR for THREE MONTHS. InMU MVOI VOL. I L W A CtlTlVnmrkAT ^ ^ ___ IMIs <*?l WASHINGTON, D. C., THI RSDAY. SRPT^Miii^ ,o? - ?n ' f imiulk lo, 1853. M>. 225. rsrophene, Etherlal, Pliie, Lnrd nnd Limp Oils. HOWELL & KQRSELL, ifuTi'ssorj to O. H HiTTitiitt, /? -irtft, Krt.rcm iw'A and T/A ttret'.s, Todd'i BuiUling, t-jpr, |?vctl'? retur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 September 1853

DAILY, EVEN IffG STAR. WASHINGTON cfTY: THfRSDAY AFTERXOON, SEPTEMBER 15. \0*The large circulation of the Star makes 11 the most desirable advertising me' dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of If cshmgton, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. S. M. Pettkhoill St Co., Newspaper Advertising Agents, arc the authorized Agents to receive adver tisements and subscription for the "Star," at tl?e wme rates as required at tbw office, and tJieir re '?lpts are regarded as payment*. Their offices are at XEW YORK, 122 Xassau Street. BO ?TOX, 10 State Street. T?ia?nre Ihe inner lion of Atlrrr ri?ementn they lianwt be braught to onr counting-room before l!) o'clock M., ?Ifcerwiw they may not appear until the next day. [CT-Our Carrier at Alexandria failed to serve our subscribers for the past two j days on account of a misunderstanding about the hour of departure of the boat. V\ e will take care that such mistakes shall not happen again. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 September 1853

daily evening stab CITY ITEMS. pnntvK t"* ^lit 'n Holunrfif.?The P#*t prating of tlic discovery of the Mississippi, by j|(, snjoand companions, making a scene of original arnisca;* an<' Mrl> ''^e erandeiir.as ordered by Con ^.harieg arrived in New York, may be expected fVashing'on ia a few days. It is ih<' last picture , , the rotunda at the Capitol, executed by Mr. John p ., ,.;1. m American artist, in Italy, w e tHi've, but if ?ting1"*'" ^ unon; the flrs: in the art. A historical P^tmr Ilk** this, i? one of interest ami value, not t<> tins country. but to persons of taste and his ., 4| research in all countries. We -hoii!?| thir.k rfeatit cai:not be a Ion? period. perhaps, a few weeks, j f*fore this magnificent work of funis will bp put in I > place, thus completing the National Gallery, if mi call the glorious series of pictures in the ..t'iMfla, illustrative of prominent periods in Ameri- j 111 bttory, all. We believe, executed by our own tflluw-cnantrymen. The...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 September 1853

[ Continued from first page.] seated himself on the side of the belfry. Tbe provost of the town then entered the enclosure, and the champions swore re spectively on the Iloly Gospel that their quarrel was good. Next, their dresses were greased, in order that they might have less hold ui>on each other; spices were brought in silver cups to invigorate them, and two other cups, containing ashes, with which they rubbed their hands. When all was properly disposed according to the usages and franchises of the town, the provost threw the glove, which had been taken up as the grace of battle, and cried?" Do our duty! do j-our duty ! do your duty !" The champions, after having beaten each other with their sticks, grappled to gether. and shook each other violently.^ Mahuot fell; but instantly got up again. Jacotin rushed upon him, threw him down once more, held him firmly to the ground, thrust sand into his eyes, and tortured him for nearly three-quarters of an hour, to make him confess th...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 September 1853

THE EVENING STAR ,i rcku-hfd evfry *rrf:R??o?x, (except .? M' S<-i? on P rfr?', nrcr 12M, nearly cvpo rit* the Irving Hotel. II t WALLACH 4i HOPE. To ?titxori!" rim i)nTiti?>-< of Wa 'hin^ton.Gporp' rwn. anil A'??raniln.i. at *3 12 p?r annum, |?v ?* ? ? rMW.LAKtor THREE MONTHS. tiisahK copica nM cr-rT. EVENING STAR. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1853. NO. 226. advenct. THE WEEKLY STAB. Tli?? ?xc?U?r.t Family an<l X?w? Journal will a^ pvar >>n TIiuim1a\ . Uic l*?th <>t S?-pt*n 1853. Tl RX?. ose I>OLL?R ami Twtm-Fl* I cbvt? p<*f ?UB#? copy. To <"lub??Pi\.- rofr-. fur g.VOO; T?n coptet f<a $8 00; Twwty cupic.?. *15.00; Caeh, lAiatial-'y ?* advance. Postm \stef.? w ho act u agent* will b?- &iluw cd :i coiiiiiiis?io)) of twfcntk y?T ??? lit. faruphtne, Et Mr rial. Pine, L?rd and I*r nip Ollt. HOWELL & MOHSELL, Successors to I ?. VV H IT T IK S K Y . C Unct. ttt 'frn t>M ami 7 th strfets, TciWi l'.uildmz, Iif.tj I-?ave to ...

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. — 16 September 1853

daily VVEjSTNG STAR. WA3HTN . iu> CITY: FRII>A\ \FTLKN?H)\. SEPTEMBER 16. [Z3~Thc large circulation of the Stak makes it the inns! desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies comf/incd. M. Pkttemgii.i. &. Co., Newspaper Advertising Agents, arc th>- putfcorizod Agents 10 receive adver tisements anj subscription ?"nr the '?Star," at the same rati a as required at this office, and their re ceipts are regarded a? payment? Their office* are at NEW YORK. 1-22 \as?;?ti Street. BOSTON, 10 St.it< Street. To iuiiurr llie in?rrtiou of Adrrr> ti?rnenl? they mast br brought to our counting-room before Ivj o'clock .11., olhrrwitr tiify may not appear until ihr urxt day. Americans Abroad. It is greatly to be hoped that the Sec rotary of State's late circular instructions will tell upon the class of "snobs" from this side of the ocean, who, ol late years, hare ma...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 September 1853

dally evening star. ^ " CITY ITEMS^ ,1? n -uAingt^n?On* Majority, Erul ' fr. V\V were surprised yesterday afternoon oo n-'iting tt.** poll of the Fi.th Ward, to see the High ,0infd contest going on between the fr.em.s of lb. rTmcctive candidates for their favorites. Each party .^ared to be doing hi: bet, a continual effort go ,? oil about the poll and through the W ard, to get Jd bring up vot. rs. The nun.ben at the place was -bout a hundred during the afternoon, all appan nt iv^ve to their purposes, but tliere were no fights, Ithonjh the excitement ran so high. One bully k -J to set up a knockdown, but the appearance of ' before ol"the size of a cannon ball, and a man tl.iud. lookingl'se "the great gun," -? intimidate.! IlUB, tiiat he postponed it. Officers Wise and !j,ni"iid- *''re on the g;i>und to preserve peace, but ?tli,v had ?>ni two or three cases to interfere in, by ?fprev. uttnvea. At night, the number- largely increased, and the interest wm more and more .wakened to...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 September 1853

EDUCATION. _ CEItTEiL ACADEMY, Comer o/Wh nut E fr-'el*. Old MeJiml College. 1MIE duties of this In-litution were resumed on the 5th iiiiti.il. The Classical and Mathemat ical departments where tin vame branches art taught wi oilier Ariuirmin) in this city, is tn the sec ond story. Till1 Primary Department is in the first ?tory. Circular# can be obtained at the Bookstores. Rev. James XnrtitE, A.>1. ) . . . . , R v. J. W. Winds' A. M. ) Principal*. M. D. \\ ET.L9, Teacher of Primary Department. Moss. T. Kavolt, Professor of Modern Lan guai^^ sep 13 THE STRA3BUBG ACADEMY, ? Lanemter county, Pennsylvania, "ITflLLopen its 30th session on the nrst JfOA W D.IY IS NOVEMBER, ICS*- The In-ti tutinn is situated eight mile* southeast oi Lancaster city, from which place there is a daily stage toStras [)U:n, |< ? \ jjjT the city every afternoon at o clock. Fare 37 % cents. ... Access may he obtained to me Academy by a braoeii railroad which connect- Htrnsltiir^ with the Philadelphia an I C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 September 1853

1 ^ ~W T I n ? f ~%l Jfi-7 L 1/jU \ | \ S ' ,, WAHACH AHOfE. ? I w Hi V ? ^ H S ^?b^?b.n.h.theeiiK^?fWn,.hm?ton,Geor*e- B J V Bj J ? HB ^1^8 T! a^ Ai.vwndnJU at |3 1-2 per annum, pur J| j J J| ^ ^ ^ H ? 1 V-^< ,r?n. ? 4'K\T3 *i rklv H> the Agents. To '"T^L't-ib.-r* tbr ^uhorripnon prir# i* THREE i -?v ~ ? .: : i ? **" . a p?s WP FlFTY CENTS a vearin a/fronre. ; ? VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, ??? C?*T | SEPTEMBER 17, 1853. THE WEEILY STAB. Thin ?xr?H?nt r.nnily aivti New# JournaJ will ?;> pt'sr on Tburmlay, tlie lfth of ^?jXwMibrr. 1833. rt'RM*. Oxc Don.a* a.sb T*im-Flv* fikri |?? su?tf? j com-. j Tn Cluhl?Five enpiec for *5.00; T?r oopiew fw ^ (to; Tw%i,(y copuv, jjl.'l UO; ? "atsh, inivnu^y wi ' advance. IYO 9^7 P??t*abticm wh??ctw?|t*nti< ?ill t? alkm#*! * ? i couimi^ioii of tWiinty |?;r c?m. rainphtnti Et herlnl. Pine, Lard And c* F (.imp Olli. HOWELL & MORSELL, Successors to O. WniTTif?iT, (? trrct. bftuffn and ~<th .-ireelt, Todd't Building, By: leav...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: ? - 8ATIRDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 17. ttyThc 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, Georgefotm, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. 8. M. Pettehoill 8l Co., Newspaper Advertising Agent*, are the authorized A genu to receive adver tisements and subscription for the "Star," at the same rates as required at this office, and their re ceipts are regarded as payments. Their offices are at NEW YORK, 123 Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. tW To ?y?wre the innrrtion of Adrrr ti*cm?-nf? they maul be bronxht to our rouriling-room before 12 o'clock M., otherwise they may not appear until J the next day. ??THE WEEKLY STAB." To-day the first number of the " Week lt Star" appears, and we hazard nothing in saying it will compare favorably with any weekly journal in the country. It is printed on a handsome double sheet, of eig...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 September 1853

CITY ITEMS. TV Vary Yari.?Thw is the stalwart ami of the pwtnet, where Uncle Sam furnishes his fijclitin? and working materia' t? .ustain and defenJ the "red, white and blue" hunting which now wave- iP even *a and every country, from the rising to the- eeuing of the ??"? A vis't to this immense mechanical and K.,(.i,?fic ctaldisliineut will astonish the beholder. The work-hops and various appurtenances of the Yard are "too nuinerons to mention." The whole, however, covering an area of many acres. The <tK,p, 0f the master blacksmith, master plumber, pynKfhn.M, master block maker, master painter, Master ship carpenter, master founder, engineers, naral store keepers, fcc. kc., arc alljof interest to I,,, beholder, and especially to those of scientific mid mechanical acquirement?. Many who come to tVasbingt m to see the many prominent attractions, over this, fhe greatest of tin m all. All the ini pfovements in machinery, sbip building, steam work Md engineering, and other branches, a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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