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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 September 1853

EDUCATION. CEKTBAL ACADEMY, Corner of 10* A and E streets, Old Medical College. TMIE duties of this Institution were resumed on the 5th instant. The Classical and Mathemat ical departments, where the same branches are taught in other Academies in this city, is in the sec ond story. The Primary Department is in the first Ftory. Circulars can be obtained at the Bookstores. Rev. jA*rs Normse, A.M. > A,ao_i.t. Prineinals Rev. J. W. Winaks. A. M. > A"eOC,ate 1 nnc,Pal' M. D. Wrlls, Teacher of Primary Department. Mows. T. Racolt, Professor of Modem Lan guages. hep 13 THE STfiASBURO ACADEMY, Laneastcr county. Pennsylvania, "1TTILL open its 30th session on the first JnOA y\ D.1Y IX NOVEMBER, ltJ53- The ln*n tulion in bituated eight miles southeast of Lancaster city, from which place th-re is a daily sta?<' to. tras hu'p, leaving the city every afternoon at 3,* o ciock. Fare 37 hi ctriits. . , ? Access luny be obtained to the Academy by a branch railroad which connects Strtshurg wit...

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. — 19 September 1853

THE EVEHIHO STAB I ? ? ^ - ? priLISHrn EVEKV AfTIMO?*, (B*c*pt?rnBAT,) I ~B ^B^ "T" ' B ~J^ -J~ -? M *tkfSt-Li Office. nn I) street, near 12fA, nearly oppo- ! B I I ^B / B I 1 B titf the brim hom. B J ' B / mil m B m i 1 Bi H'ALLACH k HOPE. B^I B/ |J ^ B % B ' T? MlKrihwin ibf eilKx ?f Wa?hin(ii)n,C?oq^- B | I B I J B B ?mmr rrm. himI .4l?*i*ndria, ar 12 per annum. pnr B J W B ' I H ra |jg 9 CENTS-weekly to Uie A*ent?. To ) ? -A W Hi V H ?| 1 S .all mih-uibrr* fhr ?ul>-rnptK>n price in THREE ?*??J_ 1 P ? ? id StfAA?9 AND FIFTY TENTS a v.arin j ~ = - 1 T m - 1 TWi> IrtJLhARS f<tr SIX MONTHS, and OWE _ _ ~ __ DOLLAR lor THREE MONTHS. Hinui.e copies yOfj. TT WT A rtTTTHT/Nm ?-I 1. ! WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, TEE WEEKLY STAB. ? Thi* ?ic?l!vnt Family and N>w? Journal win ap l?car cm Thursday, the 1.1th of Prpfeniher, 16o3. rum*. On Don *p *?,p Tvrcvrr- Five ?r>t? p? *!n?<e copy. To CIiiIif?Five ropie* fnr -?5 0P: Ten mpt** fnt ?7* 00; Twenty copies, $10.00; Cirli, 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. — 19 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 19. 0^7"The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising mc-1 dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetorcn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. S- M. Pfttengill fc Co., Newspaper Advertising Agents, are the authorized Agents to receive adver tisements and subscription for the "Starat the -amc rati s a> rrquirwl at thw office, and their re ceipts are regarded as payments. Their office* are at NEW YOKK. 122 Nasww Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. 13P* To iMire the i?rrti?i of Adeer liiraeal* they mail be brought to our counting -room before l'i o'clock Ifl., otherwise they nar not appear until the next day. GC7" We take no letters from the post officc unless the postage is paid. Don't forget the Weekly Star.?It is an excellent family journal, and contains more Washington news than any other paper printed. Price, $1.25 a year. Gn...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 September 1853

^\ILY EVENING STAR. CITY IIE*S . tke Celling Lair.?On Saturday evening attended a? ?* c>nlra' Gu"rd H??** l? bCar -vestigMWi of the charges against Mr. 8. De th< wv. had some difficulty with Mr. John Sr on the da, nnd evening, revioua, which has e\citing *sewln* the friend* ./the t*n *entlenien. ? i-Ttl. aft" ?*? n'r,ork u,,> l"*1 wa* commenced (-apt?in J- H. Birch and B. K. Morsell. Esq. RatclirtV- Esq., prosecuting, and General j Zona *pr?'?'* fwr lb< def, nc,>- Tl,e warrant . ^ w.hl) j, \|r. |><* Camp wan arrested was only a n-arrant Mr. Ratcliffe, in hi# opening speech, ^ . ,1 to :l?e charade, of Uie testimony he should r m l expressed a fear that the Magistrate would "linurd in duty to hold the defendant under the * ,, -?et which would make ibis a veryserious .liirilin; **" *^>b.McCaHa Mated, in reply, that he regretted reti rence had been made to any law other than 'hat under which the warrant wm wooed. His |(.?t liad couie to court prepared to (five bo...

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. — 19 September 1853

PROPOSAL. 8 NAVY DEPARTMENT, Bomc or Tulm awd Doom. September 19,1855. SEALED proposals for each class separately, en dorsed 'Proposals for Class No. ,"for the Navy Yard at Brooklyn. N. Y.. will be received at this office until 12 o'clock M , on the 26th day of October next, for furnishing and delivering, at soch place or places within the navy yard aforesaid aa Bay be di rected by the commandant thereof, the materials and articles herein specified, Til: Class No. 1.?Timivr. Lumber, dr. For Smithery. 550 round sprues piles, 25 fret long, 12 to 15 inches diameter at butt each fbr Timber Shed.. 40 white plne beams, 8 by 8 inches, 8 feet long ; 80 *hi*e-pine beam*, 8 by 8 inches, ? feet long; 24 whit'-pine tie-beams, 11 by 15 inehe?, 66 feet long: 45 white-pine rafters. 8 by 15 Inches, 40 feet long; 34 white-pine beams, 8 by 15 inches, do fret long; 4? white-pine braces, 8 by 8 inches, 10 feet long; . . 12 wbitA-pine W. plates, 8 by a inches, 52 fret long; 12 wbito-p ne platen, 5 by 9 ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 September 1853

TUESDAY, THE WEEKLY STAR Thi* exccllant Family and Kf?'? .''hit*! ^141 ap ptn r on Thursday, tljc lMti <if S'ojtrn.bor, 1.>V). tkkmt. Oss UoLI AR 1KB Twi*tt-Fivi n?ti P** I ; T?v SEPTEMBER 20, 1853. fn flubf?Fiw cnpir* for ffTi.OO; Ttn copi#* fnt $8 00; Twenty copuv, gl&.00~; l i?>cnmUj, m advance. 1VO P<'?t*??t?*k uIio act ac ftfciitk w ill b? allowed a """ conimiM-iua of(wtm\ prrmtt. C.?nPhene' E^mio'.r.,nr' L"d HOWZLL & MOR3ELL, ^ /es?w? :)* ?w?t. S?'^mtt?,.S??Sr& busine*. They now take -u,, f r--initv t" acquaint the citizens ol \\ aidiing 'ae^',L^c....rv thai they Have perfected their "i"" ,,i ttUh^ii'- "f" tli** largest luaiiufacto "^Zltnn- a eon-tant supply ofthe very bc?t ^?.v-... tlf.r line. wl.M li will !"? -old at the low ?^'kVl'uaunsa thorough practical knowledge ! H _ j_ I a-?ured of being able to give satis /the traue* i fiivnr tl?em with their patronage. j f*Tr r...tractors, and Build. - will hnu ir great- j ra,n"u : , terv-t to call at our sto...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 September 1853

P \ILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: Tl'ESI>AA .\FTE51NOJN. SEPTEMBER tf). ZD'The large circulation of the Star mokes it the most desirable advertising me dium i>i the District. It has more readers .n the cities of If ashingtitn, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. 0. M. Pettesgili. St Co., Newspaper Advertising Agents, are the an;iKinzfd Apntii to receive advrr tweiuen'.H and subscription Tor the "S/ar," at the ?arae rati e a? required at this office, and their re ceipts are regarded as payment*. Their offices are at NEW YORK. 122 Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 .State Street. The la?t Important Event in the Hiitory of Parties in the United States. The action of the recent Democratic Convention at Syracuse. New York, upon the Fugitive Slave Law, &c., is most im portant, as it proves the eradication of all Free Soilism from the great Demo cratic party of the United States. In 184*, even the New York Ilards were Provisoists. In 1^48, unde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 September 1853

DAILY evening star. CITY ITEJTS. pr^rrtinp of th* City Council? Both branche* ::iie t'onncil met at the usual hour yesterday. In th- Board of Aldermen. several bills for the iin ?,./mcnt ofstreets were passed. aniunj; which was , mr rr-olution for the revision of the grading of ?t-.mcnt on the north ride of Louisiana avenue \:!m tilhand 7tb streets, ** " Tpriauonof .?15wm t.nde for defraying jveiiicnt on ?cn fit \? appn'. peases of the special election for Aldernten in .k. Fit'rh Ward, which resulted in the election of M \ viT resolution parsed for increasing the ?.alarv ; -ha Mullo?. who appeared and took hi* seat. Corporation Attorney from one hundred to Tp |ur.i{red dollars pernnnuui. [The compensa a 0l ti?. officer heretofore lia.s been altogether w .mail tor the service* he has U cu railed upon to rtbnn. There certainly can be no good reason ?v officer* of "'e Corporation -hould not be ade |.rJ. n'e w'ould m^gi Kt to the mem vreof the rounril. since they have manifested a v ,;i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 September 1853

EDUCATION. CEHTKAL ACADEMY, Comer of 10/A and E street*. Old Medical College. IiHE duties of this Institution were resumed on the 5th instant. The Classical and Mathemat ical departments, where the ?aine branches are taught in other Academies in this city, is in the sec ond story. The Primary Department is in the first <torv. Circulars can be obtained at the Bookstores. Rev. Jajies Noirse. A. M. ) . . ? . . , Rev. J. \V. Win a*s, A. M. V AaonMg Principals. M. D. Wkli.s, Teacher of Primary Department. Moss. T. Ravolt, Professor of Modern Lan guages. sep 13 THE STBA8BTJBG ACADEMY, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. VtHLL open its 30th session on the first MOS W DAY IS NOVEMBER. 1853. The Insti tution is situated eight miles southeast of Lancaster city, from which place there is a daily stage to Stras hurg, leaving the4;ity every afternoon at 3% o'clock. Fare 37 % cents. Access may be obtained to the Academy by a branch railroad which connects Strasburg with the Philadelphia and Columb...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 September 1853

..rMLKMFDKVMT ArTI**00"? (?ItZTT ?SPAT,) ? || m / b ^ t ' i ' ""1^ T" /^Ni " ? I. LJ bj m / BJ ' \ b \ /] m r ii 1 ta the weekly stir. To?. jvh.r ? m^'c^?HI j ? gi I \ i s ~S~ ^s. ? ' /? Th?* F.,?Ur ?* Vcw, frt|| ,p -ss^^swj s J f i J 11 ill l^i a* i P^*r ?? Thursday. tb, litii of *ef*em.t*-r, IHiX Z.H wibroibrrs the iwbcrription prire is THREE) ? ? w_ 1 V 7 s / ?hh Tkriu. c" i Ws A5n Film CEVTS aTMria?Andh?. i ? * * ~ ^-S ?? / h fcl 1 i A , ?*mrnnrr n.. ... . . fivii":.'.I.I.akh far SIX Months. ,?jo^| TT ~ ^=r x jl ?s"?~~ i washington, D. c? weumswat, septetwwr' stt^. ' safcsrettwmaab ' ember 21 ?1s"- no. mo. r.mpbene, Ftherl?l,PIne, Lard *nd c'?^ I,?mp Oil* H0"?V2LL & M0K3FLL, .jHirstoO. W II ITTt.ES KT , . j" 61/1 iiivl ~th *trrrt*, Todd's Building, ??n avt 1" return their tVatiks to their imm* K 1," t'n-r.d< and i!;1: former customers of Mr. ? >. i in.inl-.vv, for Ui? Iib'ral *upp <?1 extended them : v eoinmeiici-d business. They now take j *" ,n r rtunitv to acquai...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 21. ?yThe large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers tn the cities of H ashington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. S. M. I'ettenoill &. Co., Newspaper Advertising Agents, are the authorised Agents to receive adver tisements and subscription lor the "S<ar,'J at the same rat< s a* required at this office, and their re ceipts are regarded as payments. Their offices are *t NEW YORK, lii Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. ty T*i*?ereihe inaertion ofAdrrr tinfinrBls thej muni be br?n?ht to our conn ting-room before 13 o'clock M., alherwiiir they but not nppear nutil ? he next dar, All transient advertisements, in serted in this paper, must be paid for in advance. CCT"* The Weekly Star, a beautiful week ly sheet, full of Washington news, costs only ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A YEAR. The ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 September 1853

PALLY EVENING star. CITY IIE*S OVrict Cirrvii Court- U'tUiamt ?. r, 14 M . ca,e of fl'-'wn r'-pjevin by the plaintiff '!?*? Richard Wallach. late Marshal, to recover Jwh attached I* the Marehal in tlx ewelry store ? r w. Heydon. his brother in law. on the ground " I foods .lid not belong to Heydon, but were Mifht w ith hi- own money and put Th?' evidence before the jury was that Williams i , had been removed from office, in order to invest 1... .MKT.cKMMowd Hejdoa to buy a stock ot ???????*,h- s"Kk ..advertised a lawyer iu town, acting for a party nBal im'? who had already obtained judgment Last ||?ydon, supposing h. had obtained a new ,;K k o, immediately had a warrant WW-d in attachment <H the |?oo.l> which w a ? rervnl ?,* ine .Marshal. Mr. Williams then had issued a writ of replevin, and kept the goods in the More. The jurv decided Hie ca*e a* soon a# submitted. w Kboui into the Jury room, in favor ot the llr.iiff, f.\1rp him one cent damages, in order to urow ti.e cc:t? o...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 September 1853

Banks of the District The following are the only Banks in ibe District having offices of redemption here and conducted by leeponsible stockholders: Corporation of Georgetown % p. c. dis. Bank of Commerce and Farmers &. Mechanics' Bank, Georgetown par. Bank of Metropolis pur. Bank of Washington par. Banking House of C. W. Pniro ij p. c. dis. Exchange Bank. Selden. Withers &. Co... p. c.dis. Fanner* &. Merchants Bank, Stathain, Smithson &. Co % p. c. dis. Patriotic Bank par. The bills of the above Banks put down at per rent, discount, are redeemable in Virginia money. C(?-Above list to be corrected from time to time North and South Carolina money bought atl/g per rent. Virginia. Maryland, Pennsylvania and New York at \ per cent. Xew Style of Hats, Bonnets, Fur* and Fancy tioods f , J. T. KVANS ha- just returned rom / ?thf Northern cities with the most coin tfSE^fie'e stock of IIATj, FURS. anil IN-' 1 \ \ t'i' G<)ODS tver offered in Washington. His s'nek comprise in ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 September 1853

THE EVENING STAR ,? r?fLI?H?n K^KBT OTSRSOON, (e.tBKrr IPIDAV,) | rt'f *<Jt Office, on D ifn rt. tircr I 'HA, ncarlu oyvo- ! rtfe the Irvir% Hotel, Br IVALLAl'H 4i HOPE. fn ?itWril?Ti?ni the cine* nf Washington. Georgiy ?rtrn. an-1 Alrfandrui, at $?"? 19 per annum, pav ?'EXT3? weekly to the Agent'. To m?il unJ^cMher* the <abwripti?n price i? THREE in t|.i. \ f"" IXII ^ 11" rv t. E\ I S a vearm aJranre, rvV<> !.ol.I.for SIX Months. au<l ONE ,r/.r ? |> ?1.L A R i?'r IIIREE MONTHS. Hinoi.k cofirs J I 0?fCrTT. | * STAR. SEPTEMBER 22, 1853. NO. 231. THE WLEKLY STAR. The wood \o.nftkw ficvllMit FuroUr and New* Journal will be mh4 oii Saturday. th* J?t of Oeto ; ber, ?6S3. r? 0*k f>nt.T ?r 4\p T?'kNn-F|v? e??i? pe* j ropy. 1'" riuh*?Firf r<ip><? f?f Ten ct'few f"< $*<00; Tn#ni> coptcx. t rj-Ii, uivariaHtf m aJrcnt*. PomiDkH Who ect a* un? utr t* iB be allow ed a COtOI'lirAlOB ? tWHHJ |*'f tt ||. .-f" HHWELL ft MOHSELL, X,im-.?r'!o?>. W II I 1 TI,FM...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. ! WASHINGTON {.'ITT: THI RSn XV AFTER.V. ?< ?\. SEPTEMBER fiZr The large circvlatiuu of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me- i D j rfmm m the Dir-trict. It has more readers j in the cities of Washington, Georgetoirn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. S. M. P?.TTtN?u.i. St Co.. \ w>paper AilvcrtisiBg are the authorized Apents to receive adver tpemcn's and subscription for the "Star,' at tlie , name rat1 s a.- rrijuifd at this otfice, and their re- f i are regarded as pavnieiits. Their oflices are at XEW YORK, 122 Nassau Street. BOSTON', 10 State Street. ! o in?nrr tlir insertion of Arirer ti?rmri>t<t the j- muMl Ik brought to our ronntin^rooni b?-fore I'i o'rlork .11., otlierwite tlirf may not nppcnr until the next ?Iht. CC7"* Don't forget the Weekly Star. It is the cheapest paper Sorrn of Ma vox ant> Dixox's Line. The Rev. D X. Junkin's Statements. The reader will find in our advertising columns to-day...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 September 1853

DA HY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS. Smithwnian HutiMr JfmMitig?The .,ne?tk>n is often asked "wlio planned this building?" In reply ,u tins question, it may be Mid it is the plan of no architect, of no on?, but a combination oi several ,),.?i?n*. The main plan adopted by the committee (<?f which Robert Pale Owen wan chairman) ap pointed to receive and <leeid? upon the proper plan nai the one submitted by Jamc? R.-nwick, jr., archi tect. The architect wu induced by the chairman of the committee to combine with it that ol others againt hi? own better judgment. According to the pl-.n then adopted wan the insti tution commenced, being altered iron* time to time ;.i the :s C.I t:ie building. Ti.e ? ontract rat th" LmiMinjc of the Institute was Gilbert t'aineron, to complete the whale lor $203,000. >?-carding to his contract, the mtmorof the main building ? as to be made of wood, r,.r. nupon nual! pillr.r* 1?J iii'-hcr. in diam.ter.? Tbu w.^vien -tructurt wan put up, but not eoxere...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 September 1853

Banki of the District. j The following are the only Bank* in the District having offices of rcdein ption here and conducted responsible stockholders: Corporation of Georgetown p. c. Bank ol Commerce and Farmer# Mfrhatiies' Bank, Georgetown par. Bank of Metropolis Bank of Washington par. Banking House of C. U*. Pairo ^ p. c. dis. E.v hange Bank, Selden, Withers K Co... # p. c. dis. Farmers & .Merchant Bank, Stathain, fcinsithson &. Co % p. c. (lis. Patriotic Bank par. J The bills of the above Banks put down at per cent, discount, arc redeemable in Virginia money. Or?-Above I i t to be corrected from time to time North and South Carolina money bought at 1 jj per cent. Virginia, Maryland. Pennsylvania and New York at per cent. Xtw Style of Hata, Bnnneti, Fan Mnd Fancy Uoodi. , r~^ J. T. FVANS has just returned from I m the Northern cities with the most com ?%,le'e stock of 1IAT3, FURS, and IN FANT*' 0<> >DS ever offered in Washington. His Mock <-ompri<B in part o...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 September 1853

THE EVEirilfO STAB |? f?BL!?HFP IVFRT 4rTIIII?Ot>!?, ( I" i ? K pt ?CJDl Y,) J( lie stsit OffUr, on n itrtci, nun I'M, marly Oumo nit tk? frctnf Hotel, Br W ALLAV II fc HOPE. To Nlwhl^riiilliecitiw ?>f Washington. G?orfe inwn, ami \Wanilria. at $3 12 per annum, |v?r SIX ? K.\TS?xvwkly to the Agent?. To iiaiJ the "iihscription prir?* is THREE f><>r.r. AKS A VP FIFTV CENTH a voarin adramre. TVVn MILLARS fi.r SIX MONTHS. and 0\? f)OLI.AR lur THREE MONTHS. Si.vci.c copies on ctrr. VOL. II. ? ? -J WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 ST A R. 23, 1853. TBI WEEKLY III*. ? The N'o.nf tb:? eiraiUiil Faintly *u4 Sew j Journal WW Ur ut.cd i>u Saturday, lh? lrt of Oc?o bcr, HJ53. HUl. O** Dollar t\? T?a>TT-Fiva ??:xTa per ut.gl* cony. I ^ ? flub*? Five ropi<s! for .$.1.00; Tan ropes fot >?* 1)0; Twenty ropt**, $15.00; <'a?h, invurutUn m j aJvanct. 1VO P?Tw*?Tr*a whoa?taaafr?ii ?>U be alUm r<l a v/* kmiMn ofnnMjiptrMM. famphene, Et lirrlal. Ptnr, Lard and L...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON. SC1TE.MHER 23. OCT* 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, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combmcd. P. M. Puttesoill & Co., Newspaper Advertising Ai?nt'', are tlie authorised Ap'nW l" receive adver tisements an<! mb^criptioii tv?r tfit ''Star," at the panic rat' h as required J<t this olfi^c, anil their re {?pipfs arc repirileJ as payments. 1 lieir officer ara at NFAV VORK, 1'?? Nssmu Street. BOSTON, 10 state Street. JT^1" To iii?nre the insertion of Adrrr> ii?i luriiiM lUrjr miint be brought to oar ronutiuic-roorti before 1 J o'clock Iff., otherwise they mwr not appear nutil the next dny. The Officers cf the Army. The public at large know little of these gentlemen in time of peace. Being for the most part educated for their profession at the public expense, they amply repay...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 September 1853

p\fF Y EVENING STAR, CITY ITEMS. PiMob f>r Wednesday, Mr. George **-uf f-.m.. rly of Baltimore, and nwter carpen "" Mr Barney'? new building, at the " mrT M Seventh street anil La. Avenue, bad a Tffi.-.Uty with Mr. John Flaherty, the plasterer, who ' ,k , r.mtraw! to il*> the plastering of the building. - that Mr. Stewart entered complaint " ^ Smith that Mr. Flaherty bad dared ,n,irtal combat, offering him at the time two "l",!, loaded, of which he might make choicc, ac F anving hi* challenge with abusive language. ^?11, lhat if Stewart refused to fight a duel ] " ,1,1,1 have satisfaction. Upon this complaint Tenant was i-sued tor arrest of Flaherty. Tb(, r.im>' up fo examination before Justice Smith,the Piquet Attorn. ., P B. Key. Esq., against, j,?| Hani' I l> n^telilfe in favor of the defendant, Vr ITabrrty, who took the ground that the oceur r,?r? did not com' under thr duelling law. The j ..p^ie ground was tak-n by the District Attorney. I from Wie examination of wi...

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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