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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 September 1853

I THE WEEKLY STAR. An Excellent Family and IV .4 SIIING TON N E fFS PAPER. Priit n I .'J ? p? r h ii mi in. WAI.LACII & IIOPE, Proprietors of the Wash in/t' n City Keening Star, will issue the first number of their WEEK I. V STAR on Saturday, the 17th of September, 1853. Tirmc?*l.2"> cents pt r sinele copy. To flub*, five copies tor .fa.OO; ten copies for $*.00; twenty copies, ?15.00; ca?h. invariably in advmiee. The \\ EEKLY STAR will Ix1 printed-riii a double sheet, and will contain more information concerning what may be going on in Washington tiian any other ten new-papers in tlie country; also, interesting fam ily ami miscellaneous reading, &c.. Sic. The pro prietors aim to make it a journal which shall be ahso lutely necessary to every one who desires to know what th" Government is doing, or contemplating, in all its branches It will be rich, racy, and rare, without forfeiting its character as a newspaper which will be acceptable in every family circle. The unpreced...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 September 1853

THE EVENING STAB |? kvfht JtrrrRXOON, (EXCEPT SV.tDAY,) I At tUX * Jfiue. oh D it ml, nrwr I'itA, nearly oppo t\te the Irriu; Hotel, Br HAM, AC II &. HOPE. T<? ?nl*cril?Tsin th??citi?- of YVasliiagtor^Georg** t,"?rn, ami AI?**an<Jria, at *.'< 1*2 jm t annum, }?r ghle?SIX CEVTS? wrinkly to tli<- Agent*. To mail ?il?" litw* the -uh-cription j?nc?* i? THREE po[,l.Ai?S AVI) FIFT\ f'EXTH a vwrin udrnKr, TWO IrfiLI.ARi* for SIX MnVTHS, Mil ONE [)< >1.1. AR f'T THREK MOVI'IIS. Si*olk copies nit cr*T. VOL. STAR. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1853. NO. 233. THE WEEKLY STAB. The **con?l No.oftliii' tirtHinl Fannljand N?? Journal Mill U' i-Kuftl oa Salnrdat, liar l?l of Octo ber, 1853. TVRM*. 0*e Dollar **t> T*?m-Fivt ??\t? mrr ?iagi< copy. I To flube -Five cop*'* for ?.Y00; Ten oopie* 1?* f?00: Twenty cop.ev fl.vg?: Ca>h, imrariaUw ??? advance. ^ Po?TM *?TSM Who act h afri.u w ill be allowed a commission of twenty per cent. i-tory. ";"E, 'ZrV c?Ph...?, F-,r.lu"L,,d "?...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SV1TROAY AKTKKXOON, SKITEMIIKR 34. XT The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable (ulvertising me dium in the District. It has more reailers in thf ritics of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. S. M. PeTTKTOH.1 Co., Newspa|?er AdvertiiHn* Afiiis are the authorized Agents to rtcrivr adver li--enn*n!f? and ??itv?-rip?ion for the "Siir," at the "amc rati ? a? rrqaiml at this office. and their rc rejpi^ are r?'?ar?frd an payment* Their offices are at NEW Y<>KK. 1-22 Na?au Street. BOSTON. 10 State Street. rc^ Toiixurrthr insertion mf Adrrr ti?<menfN Ihry mu-l be brought t* our ? o.iniiii^-room before | j o'rlork III., otherwise ih?*y may not apprar until the iifxt tiny. The Star. The business men of Washington per ceiving that the Star finds its way into the hands of all in Washington, George town and Alexandria who read any news paper. shrewdly shower their advertise ment...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 September 1853

p\[LY EVENING STAR. citVTtems _ I k'nr the information of it'*" j Vt*M< are in favor of now and *&<"* 1 ' ' A wdJed irrecoverably ?a. invention, of j of whic"bave! >?*" ' ?? and wbich appear 10 posses- rral ' **??** ba-,,ot >r; r:; a**11- ^ r hi* inventions bccause he has | to mwwrt theiu. Tlie ??< I"-'"' " u< was that of a Ihedgin; Ma Hivi-r channel. Ilarl-H, Dock,and ,-iat<*? "f ' . .y Tin de ?' t,u" invention ' ^f^7nv,r chan.*,dock or canal of great ,<U . tilth ,?nd. ke.. that accumulates .n tliagrazn repress a boat propelled by ! "',apPd ^ ^ 'tor lowers at ?>as..re, ???rdin? to ?* back of the shovel ] the d*I (be mud into the boat, Winch *" fcU,'.j?v lean-<>? machinery. ??' invention : lt.,^h .t would succeed when properly f this diagram is another, ...tended VrU tl, cities of Georgetown and Wash.ng r Hrrn tftVr! ,h" 0,,j"''' a" j ^I tw. -ty tbnryear.a^ut0 m-Uia. the , .rd iruirr i'uxb in the Polomac up.n the ^b*?tonMd,,n..mSih. -xtended w,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. — 24 September 1853

THE WEEKLY STAR. An Excellent Family and WASHINGTON NEWSPAPER. ?'riff 4 I ?'<*-? per aunaui. W \LLACH St HOPE. Proprietors of the Wash ingt. n City Evening Star, will issue the fir?t number of their WEEKLY STAR on Saturday, the l?tb of September. 1853. 1l.2)?*nts per single ropy. To Clubs, five copies tor $5.00; ten copies for Jjrs'.OO; twenty copies, .*15.CIO; cash, invariably in advance. The V\ EEKLY STAR will l?e printed on a double sheet, and will contain more in formation concerning what may lie Kiting on in Waahiugton tlian any other ten newspapers in the country; also, interesiting fam ily nnd miscellaneous reading, kc., kc. The pro prietors aim to make it a journal which shall be ab#o Intely necessary to every one who desiren to know what the Government i doing, or contemplating, in all its brandies. It will be rich, racy, and rare, w ithr.ui forfeiting itscharai ler a.? a newspaper which will be acceptable in every family circle. The unprecedented ?ucci*s* of their Daily...

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. — 26 September 1853

THE EVENINO STAB i? r*sir.?nvn rvE*r x mux no*. (zxcr.rr sphpat,) Jt the St u Ofire, on D itrft, near 12/A, nearly onto rttf thr hrvinz Hotel, By H .ULACH fc HOPE. Tff snK'-nt. t> in thecitie* of \Va.?hin?teii Geor<w frum, ???< -Alrxandrw, at .?3 12 per annum n.Tr "IA t'KXTS?weekly f" the A3."?' ?nil wibM'ifhrr" the snfisrrinh .n prur tiirpp ? ? ? " ' ? " vs^rin nrirrmre, I " f-iVd Mil.l.ARS for SIX MOVTHS, and ONE I mr^r 0*?l,HRfc>r TIJKEE MONTHS. s*ishi.k cone* ^ w II ? - K-/ A 1 J WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1863. NO. 234. THE WEEKLY 8TAK. Tlv HrrnM No. of thin eve.1#**! Xrwt Joiim.tl ?i!| for mnl on SatHnUy, iii? W tVtn bcr, 1KS3. niw. Out Do li * it asp Twrvtr-Firr 0r\Tt per copy. To Tiv?' copies |<r?r It.'..00; Ten ropw>* fn? ,1 $t*04; Twenty ?U>.00; Cart), minn?My m olnmrf, Po*tnasti.ri< m |h< net as ?gt Mr w ill allowed * roiimiisMou ot twenty per r?M. HOWELL & 2I03SELL, ' -u.r, tan thHr ttanlw to their mm ||P; '-"V 1v. I ih ? fann...

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. — 26 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 26. ffT^The large circulation of the Star makes if the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has marc readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. S. M. I'mEiiiiu & Co., Newspaper Advertising A-'f-nts. arc the authorized Asent? t<> receive adver ti-enien'* and subscription for the uSt<rr," at the siiii" rati * a< required at thi* office, and their re ceipta are rffirdcil as payments. Their offices are at NEW YORK, i? Nassau Street. H< >ST'?V, JO Stale Street. r-p- inonre Ihr infirrlion of Ad vrr liM-mrnlD lin y ??"*? be brought to our r?natin?-rM"i before I'2 o'clock 71., ?ihrrwi?c they inay not npprar nntil the next day. All advertisements for the Star in Georgetown, left with Mr. James Burns, or either of our Georgetown carriers, will be promptly attended to. BOGUS BANKS. The Lynchburg Express of Monday last sa...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 September 1853

]) VILY t VEX 0G STAR. CITY ITEMS^ n, Worna*?* Sen* ?m Cur-.-We ob ' r I , tnl,r ri5t woman in t..e cars recently, who . at Baltimore tor this [dace, and hailed from r \?rth. Hhe was a robust lady, and we might ^ , manly looking. Attention was attracted !1 h. r i.y the circumstance of a young man cntciing , , ,r and seeing ",r veh,?"le l,rrUV r,,n "ns abo,,t " when -lie called to him to "Come here, sir; .. here. Mr: If re's a seat." Me accordingly took ' along side of her. her tongue 50111s like the ,t.rr of the w?rk? beneath. She talked so fast ?hat ?lr lost a!l notion* of tim-; so much so. that ,vn the ear- were nearing the Relay House ?he " ?t?d that she was at Washington. The young ? r-?a> ed 'o convince her t? the contrary, hut jy knew letter, and out she ct. band-box and all. j-? n the P"1'"' conductor could not satisfy her of l,r trior. She knew what she was about, and jway -he went as fast as possible, faying that j m , >e men couldn't fool her." and very quickly did ?...

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. — 26 September 1853

i:iti (?t\TioN. Gforgctown F?malr Seminary, Georgetown. I). C. fpHIP institution id open and in ftill operation. I The course of study is very thorough and prac tised. The principal superintends all the depart ment- rf strdy. and i* assisted hy the best and most -fficient len'ben. The seminary presents the very finest advantage* t<> parents who wish to place their danehters umJer watchful rare and attention. Boarding and tuition in all English branches $200 I. r i,?;i.n of ten months. French, music, drawing, ,lc., extra. l?*y pupil- from $?"> to $10 j>er quarter of 11 weeks. Circular* and catalogues to In- hsd on application t.. the principal. WILLIAM J. CLARK, sep IS?rotf- Principal. CENTRAL ACADEMY, ' 'orr.rr nt 10/A and E streets. Old Medical Colleze. f 1 'IIE duties of this Institution were resumed on I the 5th instant. The Classical and Mathemat- j e al (Icpartm* nts, where the same branches are . taught in other \cademies in this city, is in the sec- ; ond story. T...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 September 1853

TEE EVESIXO 8TAB r rnumrD eve*r ArrERxoo*, (eicipt ?pi?day,) jt Ikt.?/-? on D ttre'f. nrir 12U ?far/v 0Jtv_ ?/-> Irving Hotel. ' V ^ Br WALL ACIf A Ho PR. ro-ub^rif^niinthpciri^. of Washington Omw ???J* <A.,;"^rla' ?' *' 12 P^ annum, pnT *N<" ff-\ 1 b\l * Hftkly to ihp Afffnfti Tn in.iii fobKiibew the <ub?cnpr:nn pri0,, la tiVrpp rx>U.AR> ASP FIFTY i E\TS a vearin 1/ t?om?llars r<?r six movths'^TvS DOLLAR for THREE MOXTIIS. ?n c?vr. i STAR. SEPTEMBER 27, 1853. NO. 235. THE WEEKLY STAR. The art-ond Xo.nf thin ?icUlent Fainiiyand New* Journal wfll he ir?ui <1 ou Saturday, tlm Ut of ( K t? her, 1853. Tm??. ropy* I>OLLAR **d T"fm Fivt um per atnfto To DuS*?Five ropw* for $5.00; T?* ropH* f?t .**<?; Twenty Ca>l?, innmtUy ra mdrimrr. PosT*A?Tr*!? Tv ho act a* np?"iiw f* 111 be allowed a *' "r ' ^onum?"iiua of ? ^ r4,t> p**r c*m. CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. The Great Purifier of the Blood! Sot n Particle of Mercury in it. .Ixlxruuai* RswTforS?Tr>rila. K...

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. — 27 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 27. XT"The large circulation of the Star nutkes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of If ashington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other U'osA ington dailies combined. H. M. Pettsruill & Co., Newspaper Adverti?n? j Agents, are the authorized Agents to receive adver j tiseuients au?l subscription for the "Star," at the I same rat" s as required at this office, and their re ceipts arc regarded a* payment*. Their offices are iit NEW YORK, 122 Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. W T.in^rr ike i?or. ion *f Adrrr* liirtiirnl* the? nm?t be brought to onr i nuniit?g-r<?om beftrf I 'J ?'clock 91,, oihrrwine they may not appear until the next dny. rT7*AIl advertisements for the Star in Georgetown, left with Mr. James Burns, or either of our Georgetown carriers, will he promptly attended to. Uae for a Portion of ths Surplus. It can hardly be that Cong...

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. — 27 September 1853

daily evening star. CITY ITEMS. .ii'pri?.inir /V*H-eorff?igf.?The Board of Aldermen met yierday afternoon at -1 o'clock, Mr. Tnwen?, president. in the chair. Several petition*, resohl tiyn*. and Bnimportant matter* acted upon. tm""f?""" ,J' Z< U ? ere received from !>,? Board >>l Common Council, one appropriating 4-?rj(tar cleaning the stre. t*. h.r., ?f the 7th Ward . ?Iji? fit same purpose in the 6th Ward; $9ti0 for ?h* .Vli Ward, and another appropriating $ 100 for hailAng a ?tonl w all on the cast side of Tiber Creek, jt III'-' intersection of 1st street -.vest and C tfreet mirth. A communication was received from the Mivf. ernlo-,inj? a proposition of Mr. Abel Shank, uf Cincinnati, to fur?n-h the city with a tteani rn fmr ol' his invention, whic h will throw h* much inter on a lire a* eiKht common ? ngines, at a cr?t ,1*10 for the machine. A report of the Cifv Re gister Discloses the fact that tiie amount received mto the Corporation treasury for the year ending Jul...

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. — 27 September 1853

STOVES, &c. Washington Stove Mannfaetory, .v E. corner *f JYnnnvtvania o venue and 11th street. n The nubscriber begs leave tc call the atten yjjl tion of hie many patrons ami the public gen Jfasa orally to hi? wry large ami carefully selected ~ -tork. comprising. la part, the following: The IntinciM* Cook. Tubular Oven, for coal or wr> ?l. which requires only to be se<n to be apprecia te!. It is decidedly the i ery best operator and econ onizer out. Inferences to some three hundred sold within the last sixteen months will be given. New World, a heavy and durable article, fur co?I or wood Black Diamond, for bituminous or anthracite coals i rtd Dominion, for wood Vernon Air-tight, for wood Bal'imotv Air-tight, for wood Blue Ridge, for wood or coal Delaware Cook, for wood or rx ?I Knchantress, for wood or coal Factotum, for wood or coal Victor Complete, for wood or coal Morning S'nr. for wood or coal Cook's Favorite, for wood Kitchen Companion, for wood Double Job. or Teu-pl...

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. — 28 September 1853

THE EVENING STAR j? pvbmshpp kvkkt ArnsMMift, (ea*"ept *o*t>Av.) Jt lie SIm Of r, on /) ?/rr</, w V2lh, nrarli, ovvo vi/r Irving Hotel, " I11 IV A L L A CII fit IIOPE. T..?>ih?T?M>infh. riri-- of tVa-hin-tnn.fJporw. rcwn. ki.I WT^iMlna. at *.7 1J p,.r annum * , ,M. -SIX < K\TS-?,r.klv ,o th- AaVnt"' To 1 mail ^ul'-ciiher-" rljp <>if>?iTi|?ion uric* i? tiibi'f r*>M. *;??< and nm-n:vrs,vnr,J ? rir.? lnl.l.AR* for SIX M?)\TMs. "nd oVF^ II. >1.1. u: for THREE M? ?\TH3. AmowWm VOL WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, SE SEPTEMBER 28, 1853. NO. 236. THE WEEKLY 8TAK. Tin- wcond No. of tin? Pawilriad \.w? Jouru.il wtll !*? i?cufd on SMttudny. ilia Irt tKh. ber, 1 t\VU TKKM*. "nr Dollar ?*n Tw*m Fivr ( **r? ptr rr>pv. To i'lnbc?Five copia* tor M.M; Ten co|m?* lot s Twenty cojmo, ?15.00; t'a?h, wr?iaN? :u ?iract. Poktmaktsr* h ho act a? agrnt? ? ill N? tllimtd a coninii^hw of t?mtt jicr ct-nt. CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. SieP?eMFur.fl,r of the BIoo.U *' Sot n Partic...

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. — 28 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 2*. ftyThc 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, Gcorgctoicn, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies comfiincd. S. >1. I'mtJioiLi St Co., Newspaper Advertising \2?'nts, ;ir*' the authorized Agents to receive adver n-rments and subscription for the at the same rates as rei|'iir?*tl at this office, and their re ???spts are regarded as payment*. Their offices are at NEW YORK, 122 Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. V3T To inonre the ii??crtion of Adrcr li?n?i< ill* itary n?M?t be brought to oar ioiinliMg'rc^nt b^f#rf lt? o'clock oihirwi?r liirjr rotiy not appear nntil Ihe i?c*t doy. OUR WEEKLY. The next number of the Wkkkly Star will appear on Saturday next. This is one of the best and cheapest papers of the day, containing as much, if not more, valuable reading matter than any other paper ...

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. — 28 September 1853

daily evening star, CITY ITEMS. TV ITi'tftzfji Hoteli ? Perhaps no riry con ,i,ns better Horels than the principal bonne* of W i'hmston, although wnr at tlo- Xortli arr more ?,?cnirt.- nt, in Many particular*. In tlie important ni,i Iter of comfort anil prompt attention to the wants ,4 pn -U. mir Hotels arr unsurp.i*.e(|. During the afion. which we may call the blank leaves be ?,rcn "hi and ?<?? Congrein.pu, all nfthrm harp hern in -<>me i*egree renwx ated. [>rsinmmg on Cap ,i .4 Hill, w note a" follows: I'aipitn*- ? i f?>n?"ral cleaning, painting, Kr., making file .1 Hin, i . Xo alteration has he ii untie lu re other ; "11 killl* fllC than a li-ii ,,ui?e attractive to xisiters. H<"i't prevent Hotel.? Th" worthy proprietor ot" hl, hotel. Mr John Key. having built himself a new ,,.4 .mninoihou ? one near thr Depot, has done but ?t|r t:? the "h! house, but still it is kept in liiu o; d,.rb? him-ell anil the ejcellent hostess. Wi'f'-llere the bru-h, kc., has hern ill ...

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. — 28 September 1853

THE WEEKLY STAR. An Excellent Family and W a S H1SG TON NE It SPA PER. I'rirr per nnnmn. W \LLA?II & HOPK, Proprietors of the Wash ?ngt< n Pity Kmiin; Sl,tr. will is*uc the fir<t number of their WEEKLY STAR on Saturday, the 17th of Hfptemlx'r, 185,1. Trans:?cents per single copy. To Clubs, five copies lor ,$5.00; ten copies lor ; twenty i >>|He?. ?15.00; rash, inrariahly in ndnmrc, Th< W I.EKLY STAR will be printed on a double sheet, and will contain more information concerning what may be gout;; on in Washington than any other t> n newspapers in the country; also, interesting fain-1 tly and miscellaneous reading. &c., he. The pro pro-tors .inn to make it a journal which shall be abso lutely necessary to ever}' one who desires to know what tin- Government ?' doing, or contemplating, in all its branches. It will !?? rich, racy, and rnre. without forfeiting its character a? a newspaper which w ill be acceptable in every family circle. The unprecedented succes...

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. — 29 September 1853

THE EVENING STAB p re?n<K'P *v?rt *rrrR?o?i?, (ixmrr hvhday,) At tkt Stat Otfur. on D street, rear 12/A, nearly orpo rite the frring Hotel, B * W A L I. A C II fc IIO P E. To /vh*rril*-rr in I,- c, ?r, ?f IV^hmirton. G,ow fown. an.} M-iamina. ar ?:< 19 prr ani?. * ?N. SIX <'EXTS ?wcrk|v to ,he C^' To W*i.' -Jl^ibrr- ?!??? suhirription pri,-e n. THPrp wv AM. nnviTVTs, ?1r , Fh T,V<> MH.I.ARS (i.r Sf\ MoWhh ^?*? IMU-JIffc' three months. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, STAR. SEPTEMBER 29,1853. NO. 23; THE WEEKLY STAR Thr winnH No. of this nc*llmt Family *b?I N>?? Journal r\itl !*? iwunl on Saturday, th? 1* o( <Vto ber, 1853. T?m?*. 0*E I^oli.ar AND T* kNTi Fire r?JKT? per ?nifU r<H?y. To f"lub?? Five copi?<? tor $S.UO ; T?i eopi?* for 00; I m nlt cop?'?, $lj.OO; ?'a?li t?rariuMy ra adteilrr. Po.iutmu who art a? ?jniu i\ iH be allow ? J a i conimiM.ioB of twi-ntv Mr r-? r.? CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. The Great Pnrlfler of the It food ! \ot a Particle of M...

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. — 29 September 1853

DAILY EVENING STATU WASHINGTON CITY: Till KSI?AV AFTERNOON, 9EITKMUER 39. \ZyThf large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium iti the District. It has more reatlers in the citics of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. S. M. Petteii?;i.l Si Co., Newspaper Advertising Agent*, are t'ue authorized Agents t? receive ad%er ti-rnv n's and subwiplKHi fi>r the ''Star, at the ra*. ? as required at thta office and their re ceipt4 are regarded a? payment*. Their office* are at XFAV YORK, 122 Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 Stati- Street. r-fjr' j0 innnrr the in?icrlion of Adrer tinf ><iri*l? Ihcy- mnM be bronuhl to our coiinii??Ji-room l?*?fore o'clock Ifl.? otherwise ihcy iuay uol appear nntil I lie next iIiit. m ? m The Contract System for Furnishing Gov ernment Supplies. Judging from signs which we have lately seen making against the system ol letting out contracts for Government sup plies of all descrip...

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. — 29 September 1853

lb* w PALLY EVENCVG STAR. CITY ITEMS. f\j Murderfi Colored Man.?The evidence before ? Coroner's jury in Hie case of Edward Tyler, lioaf body was found dead in the canal, yesterday, ,m< of Mich a character a* to satisfy all who heard ? in fall that he was robbed and murdered. Hi* rupioyer testified to having paid Tyler on Saturday evening, that he went off with two other rolored laborer.'', who worked with hirn on the new OdJ Fellow'* Ilall, now being built at the Navy Yard, and was somewhat intoxicated. They took an omnibus and came up a.-- far as 6th street, where ihry separated, a* appeared by other testimony, the jw? fellow laborers, named Bird and Jones, going ?M?ard to their homes, and Tyler remaining. He .ii^equently seen witli .? colored man of about own size, ?tout and aboiit ."i feet 10 inches high. f,?ng out 4% street towards "Fontaine's" bur notiiinf further was elicited about bim until Ins i lv,taiv found. There not being any of the money discovered in his packets, is...

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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