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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 September 1853

THE WEEKLY STAR. An Excellent Family and W ASH IN G TON NE WSP APER. Priff $1.33 per annum. WALLACH & HOPE, Proprietor* of the Wash mat- n < 'itv Ei-enir.j Slur, will issue the first number of their WEEKLY STAR on Saturday, the 17th of September, 1S53. Terms :?$1.25 rents per single ropy. To Clubs, five copies for ?.'>.00; ten copies for $tf.00; twenty copies. $15.00; cash, invariably in aiharise. Ttie W EEKLY STAR will be printed on a double sheet, and will contain more information concerning what may be ?<>ingon in Washington than any other ten newspapers in the country; also, interesting fam ily and miscellaneous readme. fltc., Sic. The pro prietors aim to make it a journal which shall be abso lutely necessary to every one who desires to know what the Government is doing, or contemplating, in ail its branches. Ft will be rich, racy, and rare, without forfeiting its character as a newspaper which will be acceptable in every family circle. The unprecedented success ...

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. — 30 September 1853

THE EVENING STAR n rrniftiiD errnr Am*xony, (kxceft snj?n*T,) Jl Ike *? ? *> *r?*, nrrrr WJ,, nearly op-,. site the Itring Hotel, ' Br TVALLACH ft. HOPE. T? wbyjbrwia the cities of W*jwhinftnn. <**??. (own. an,I Alewndna, a! $3 ] > ?,.r <V)ni|m , ~ i'K.VTS ?weekly to the \^Z' 1to ?n^il subscribers lf?p ?nbi?rnptio>i prjrl> rittlFF p,U.U\K? AMI FIFTV CgNTS * ve.'tnii L ' TW(! M?f.LARS (?r SIX MO.VTHS 1nd OVP p >U,AK for THREE MONTHS. ?U C**T. EVEN 11X1 vol. n. IWASHIISGTON, D. C., SEPTEMBER 30, 1853. no. 238. THE WEEKLY STAR. The iw?cond No. of this eicellent Family *?<! Ktwi Jounm! wttl be i-*urd on Paturday. the 1M of Oclo bcT, 1F53. TKKMfi. ? Ow PoLt AR A*D TwitSTT-Fir* < KKT? p?T copy. To t"!uh??Five copi*-* for .*5.90; Ten ?op?e? for .?8 00; Twenty copic*, $15.00; < 'ai-li, inrarimbly M wlrwit. r??*T*AST?R* who act hi agents wrtl be allowed a nmaKioa of twenty per cent. CARTER'? SPANISH MIXTURE. The (>re?( PnrlJIer of the Blootl I yot a Particlc ...

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. — 30 September 1853

dally evening star. WASHINGTON CITY: FRII>AY \FTEK\ooN, SEPTEMBER 30. !?7'The large circulation of tlic Star makes it the most desirable advertising me di'im in the District. It has mare readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetoim, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. S. M. Pettkwoili. & Co.. Newspaper Advertising Agents, are the authorized Agents to receivc adver o?ei?cn'.s and subscription for the "S/ar," at the saitu; rati s as required ?t this office, and their re ceipt* are rt^anled a? payments. Their offices are at N E\V YORK, 128 Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. f'gp To iavurr the insertion of Adrrr (i?f?rnl? thry mnil be brought to onr coiiiiti??-''00,n before f J o'clock IT1., ?ihrr?ri?e they may not appear until thr next day. The Weekly Star for October 1st, is out. It is a well-tilled sheet. Persons who desire their friends at a distance tc know everything worth knowing that transpires in Washington, could not do hotter than g...

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. — 30 September 1853

DAILY evening star. CITY ITEMS. f lrit irbinary Planin; ami Gronnc Machines.? ^fessr*. Fitxhugh Coyle & Bro., at their extensive rrt>Mnlim?-nt oh the Canal, between 13,',' am! 14Ui ?tracts, have in oi??*ration two of the most extraordi nary piichine* for planing, groving and tougueing we ni<'t with. They are called "Beardslee's patent Planer ami Grover." The planing machine II tur:1 out 40.00t) fret of well planed boards per (jar ?ons*' a? wide as twenty-two inched, and t,i pint carpenters' purposes. It work* plank of a thickness of one-fourth of an inch up to three niches. This invention has enabled the enterprising proprietor* to reduce the price ??l planed lumber from aft to 54 per 1000 feet. The powerful machine takes . tf large .-havings, and finishes it* work as fast as Die feeding <"an be done by two active hands anil as ?,Janf. The tongueing and groving machine do;-s ,i> work at the same speed, and perfect accuracy of execution, with similar reduction of pric...

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. — 30 September 1853

J~K have just rweiwl from Xe? York .1 ttj T ? ri -li and ri>f* ri r assortment of New Goods consisting in part of. vi7.: 1 'I 0rr?F Patterns. 4-4 rirh I'lair) Silks, 06 inches wide. th-* litest Parisiau and Hronilw.iv style* .Vi Vmii !;rc .-ilk I?r*;.:ps. entirely nevr 75 patterns Hu h 4-4 limeade gilks. extra heavy ? yurds. twenty six inches wide, i'laiJ Silks. f. -m 7a c^nts to ?4 ?_ *> yard-. tweaty-aeven inches wide, plain heiw I'ouit do jk>ie, nil colors, cheap 1.->00 yard-. twentyseven inches wile. rink, bine white, and Common Colored Silk?, for even ing dresses -? 0 *:\t U ?lk.?, from $1 to $4 per yard f 1 ' l Poplin?. ?t 50 rents p??r yard .?<4* d.> JSl.s^k aii wiilth*, *ooie extra heavy " *' v t 1 K:iw Silks, superb quality -- I muroi Jeretl FrenrJi Merino Dresses 4" pi>ies high colored flai'l Merinos ?j do i'lnij Valenciennes, new article, for la dies firt <lo f in in and fi'.rur??l Mousselnine de Laines 1 "O do luedinm s'yie. h?nds*nm ? 00 do Plaid...

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

THE ZVENIIfO STAR ,< pF?USHItP EVKRT ArfUROM, (except sh5dat,) Jt tie 5/j? Ofifr. on /> ?/rrrf, n?-?rr ?ear,v ? site the Irrtne Hotel, Rt wallach a hope. T? wifMTibriin thpcit;*'* of W.^hin-tor Geor-o wn. *.?! .V.-TMn.lr,.,, at *:t 12 ,?r innum^ 'I'?"J,X < IM >??<? klv to tlio .\etnt-.' nst < rat VOL. II. JjNING WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER I, 1S53. THE WEZKLT STAR. Thr sctniid No."j fins rxrrllrnt F?mf y*?<l Xrw? Journal will br is^urd on Saturday, th* M Octo ber, 1953. TrR*?. Out Doi.uk and Twmtv-Fivi cr*t? p*r Mnijlt copy 'I <> t'liith--?fivr IVir >.VOP; TfHl < 7 ?**Twnt; topi -, i intvnoMy | ctlritnce. 230 l'o*T**KTr*!t who act a* vfll be alkwd a * ' ' ; cniniiii.-i ioM of twrnty |kt t> nu ftt, My in CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. T'hr ?rc?? Purifier of tlie Blood! Sot a Particle of Mrmtry in it? t,r ;u?u Birrt-T forScrof..lft. Ki!nf? Evil,Rheu ' ,rt,<!inr.tcCuUne n Eruptions.Pimplesor ? ?on Hi Face. Blotch**. Boils. Chronic Sore Mmt Wor...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 1. [j^7'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, mid Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. S. M. Ptmnmi.1 & Co., Newspaper Advertising Ajtnb, are the authorized Agent* to receive adver tisement* and subscription for the "Star,'' at the pain* rate's a.< required at this office, and their re ceipts are regarded as payments. Their offices are at NEW YORK, 122 Nassau Street. B< >STON, 10 State Street. l~^T To intwre the insertion of Adver ti?rment? they must be brought to onr counting-room before 14 o'clock 1*1., otherwise they winy not appear nntil the next dny. Uy THE WEEKLY STAR, A FIRST CLASS JOURN AL, COSTS ONLY ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A YEAR. The second number appears To-day. ry We daily hear complaints of the non-receipt of the Star from different parts o...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 October 1853

daily evening star. CITY ITEMS. rtntrr Mot**-? Notwithstanding the very un a^nt weather, the market was well supplied this 1 *mng, and purchasers were numerous. Prices wei^ so follows: * Meat i. Baron. P" pound 9@ 14 cents. Fr^h B?ef, (according to quality,) 8 @ 12* Halt Beef, per pound ? <$ 8 Fresh Pork, per pound 10 <g 11 ?alt Pork, per pound 10 (g HI* i,amb and Mutton. i>er pound 8 (a, 12* Veal according to quality,) per pound - I? S ? Shoat. per pound 12% 9???g?> r" pou,,d Fresh Fish. gnoh, .'large,^ per bunch 75 @ $1 JO perch. |*r bunch ^ /Wiry. (Hkkens, per dozen -*2.25 (<* #3 .10 Pucks Vegetable*. Cabbage 5 ? ? "???? Irish Totatoes, per peck 31 (g 37* gweet Potatoes, per peck 25 Tmn.^F'^f J Green corn, per doxen 12 @ 16 Rrc'.s, !<" bunch 3 Tomatoes, per peck 95 ? 40 Lima Bean- 10 ? 1?* Hnsp Beano. |>er peck 20 (g 35 Radishes, per bunch 3 Egg Plant, each 3 @ 6 fruit*. peaches, (cling stone,) per peck... 87 @ #1.00 Appb ?, I*r Peek 37 Qfapes, small, per pee...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 October 1853

STOVES, &c. SO. 4, \rrth tide I>nnsylrar>ia avenue, between 1C Vi and 11 (A streets. WA G. have now completed their assortment . of STOVES ud GRATES for their f?JI trade and would respectfully call the attention of the citi zen* of Wf-shington aud the public in general to their assortment, feeling continent that their styles and prices can not fail to pie?*, bein ?? (?stermlned to ,-ieli for less tbsn any previous year for cash. All we a?k i? a enil lie fore purchasing. We takw pleas ure in showing our stork and charge nettling lor it. Our stock consists in part as follows: The Win. Penn Cook, a mo?t excellent bilker and great econoroiier, for woo. I and coal Triumph Complete, for wood and coal Complete Cook, for wood and coal Bine Ridge, for wood and coal JFtDa Airtight, for wood and coal Weleome'Air tiirht, for wood and coal Knchantress, for wood and coal Banner, for w?k>1 and coh! Astor Air-tight Cook, for wood Old Dominion, for wood Kitchen Companion, for wood Doubl...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 October 1853

THE EVENING STAR r fr?u?Hitr? ivtn ArTKW.iM*i., (mxcwrr ?w?dat,) JHht *j? Oftr.fnD **,< nemr 12ik, nearly *i!e the /run. J/o/c/; y ^ Br WALLACH k IIOPE. T??l*?pnbfi*ini?i. citiw of Washington C.rnnn ? ;rj jjpjsf"-? *? ?n? SAS^K" ?W,_SfX CENTS? weekly to tin A acuta. t? mill ?uhoiN-rs the -iihwription pne^ j* THHfc'r poU.AKS AMI FJFTV risTSin L EK TtVO M?LL.IR* for SIX MoWh*^Jov& 0OI.LARfor THREE MO.VTHH. ois rt*t. "rl"* EVENING STAR. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1S53. NO. 240. TIE WEEKLY (TAB. Tin- ffrond No. of llus rirrllrnl F?wilj' ud \f* ? Journal will I* Mxiod on Saturday. tli? I* of <*lo ber, 1653. tUM. Ok* Doli.a* a*d TwtSTT Fint cext* per ctagle copy. To Clul*?Ft re ropi<? for ? ">.00; Ten oopjr* fo? $?00; Twrnty copies, $J.r>.00; la.-h, iMrvriu'/v '? mdr?m-r. FofTMimu who act a* uprnt* will l?e aUowe<! a oommisMou of twenty per cent. CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. The Great Purifier of the lilood J Sol a Particle of Mercury in it. Ay fortL...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: MONDAY AFTERNOON, OOTORER 3. K7*T!ic large circulation of the Star mikes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has mrtre readers in tnr cities of Washington, Georgetcnm, mid Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies comlined. i4- M. I ettemoill h. Co., Newspaper Advertising Ajem*. aiv tiie autlioriz-(! Acf,nts to receive adver tMemen!* ami Mitxcrip'.ion tor the "Star," at tlie same rat*-? a-< refju.reil at this office, and their re eeipt* arc regarded as pavinctiU. Their office* arc ?">' NEW YORK. 193 Nassau Street. EOdTON, 10 State Street. Ef" Toinmii' thr iuncrtion #f A <j v? r tiM uirnu 1l?e> ninul b? brought to our counting-room before I j o'clock M., ntherwite they may not appear until tiie next day. THE BALTIC'S NEWS. It will be seen by our telegraphic des patches. tins afternoon, that the Baltic has arrived. TIit news, though three days later, sheds no additional light upon the war question. We ...

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

DAILY evening star. CITY ITEMS. Tcftprruttre Mttti*:* and Rioting on the S?tJtaih. Vcstrrdsy rv'?in{ sonic friend* of Temperance lield a meeting,,n fro,lt of ,1,e Pa rnt r>?ce> ?n "th street, aIMj in front or' I'pperman'* *tore, on the avenue, ^r 4 ^ street. At the last named place, amonf tSr.r?. th? Washington Temperance war horse ,j,Xe. in ?""'k a n",nner ** to elicit an unwel ? ,?ie renpniwr from Mr. Hunter, whose house and wn'e be was abusing in no delicate terms, in the rotten effs. Thi* led to a defence on the )iart iif the war how's friend*, whieh wan m?-t by th* allies of Hunter. It looked for awhile a* though ilwrre would Ik a pitched battle. Peace, however, aJJ?ooa restored, when the orator wa* cleansed f n[. w.. ,w.et smelling o<lour, and continued his ,,arjl)??,.. Such scenes on the day set apart for the ?..rship'?f ,hr Almighty, are disgraceful. and the sian who instigate* tliein is as gnat an enemy of lenprrance, a* h? is to law and <?rder. Abuse will )t ia...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 October 1853

STOVES, Xc. so *, yr'. .'.?.*<? I\mt. jtrania an nut, Im: incest lOtA and 11 to streets. llr i <5. hnv ? ompleted their assortment > ? . of STOVE? nm! rtHATES for their fall traic n* 1 w a! I r-if n-lf.riy < 01 the attertion of the citi zens of U>?hin2ti n and the public in general to their 4>->rtm< nt. fe ling confident that their styles :i .1 pri-. ?? ftioncl fad t> please, t?ioj determined to .?-II for -S thin sry previnr.s yesr for cash. A11 w ? ask i< a call ?--f.>r^ purchasing. We take plras ur- in showing r.Ur sb*k and chart?* nothing for it. Unr stock consist* in part as follows: Xi.e U in. I'eun Cook, ? matt excellent baker and Kr.>?t wotKunlx.' r. for woo.I and coal Triumph Complete. for wood ami coal < ompb-te Ci< k. for wood niiil cojj K'Un Ridge. for wool an<i coal .Etna Airtight, for woid and coal Welcome Airtight. for wood and ."oal Fnchintre.?. fur w^-id and coal Banner, foi w>?od and coal Asfor Air-tight Cook, for wood...

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. — 4 October 1853

TEE EVENING STAR j* pflli^Hrn EVERT AfTER*(OAN, (FXr^pf SVNDlT ) Ofirt. on P ,freet. nertr ]?W, nearly oppo rite Ihr Irrtng Hotel, ryv Br IV .\ L L ACH k HOPE. T# rohwriber? 1 n the citi?? of Washington. Geoiw pnrn. ?"<< "'.t3 12 P**r annum, pnv .bT,? MIX rENTS?weekly to the A?ent*. To .Jiln-CJIN-M the Mih?<-r(puon price i? THREE su.Aii" AND PIFTV 4 'EVTS a y.arin France pvo DOLLARS for SIX >f()\THH. and ONE DOLLAR tor THREE MONTHS. Bmlm ?ori?. n** crrr. vol STAR. tuesday, october 4, 1853. THE WEEKLY STAB. The o? pond No. of I hie rirrflmt FainR* and New* JonmaJ mil be tatiod on ffninrtey, tha If* of Octo ber, 1*53. TTIUM. <>w* D?lui a*? TwimTin i?ti per copy. To (Inhe?F1t? eopiew for fft.flO; Twi ropi*a for ??00; Twenty copra, fl-VOO; Cm?h, imearuM* m mdrmnct. no. 24i. | Porro i mM who act *> ncen* ?? be allowed a , coiuiiii>?ioa of twenty pet oent. CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE Th, Gr.?? P^.flrr or the (flood I iW a / flrticfe of Mercury in it. Sot a* I (T.LCR^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. — 4 October 1853

.DAILY EVENING ST.VR. Wi SHIN?TON CITY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 4. The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the citics of If ashington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. Spirit of the Morning Pren. The Sentinel is again upon New York politics, republishing the speech of James T. Brady at the Park meeting, as a truth ful exposition of the Democratic politics of the State. The editor (disclaiming au thority for so announcing, however,) in sists, in effect, that the President does not lean towards thoso of his party in New ^ ork who not only endorse the inaugural and the platform, but also the policy of his administration, in preferei.ee to those who fail to endorse his policy* aforesaid. The Union also discusses New York politics, for the first time noticing the coalition between the " Silver Grey" Whigs and the " Ilards" which has been so vehemently urged of ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 October 1853

DA [LY EVENING STAR. ^ ITY ITEMS. 1 (Xanre nt the .lUennrn end Common Council. poahlx met l*-,t evening M 7 o'clock, and irmnM,.tl>d the Mil baiinrNi in relation to ihe city, ^ nfAria cleaning, grading, improving streets, fcc. \uotiier cwnmuwcatioa wan rfccivcd front the in relation to Mr. Fonda's dredging machine, .del of which wa? exhibited to the member*. It , ?? remarkably simple construction, and will doubt i'^w do it* work in canal or river with mcccii. The ?v-nt.?r is a Washiiigtonian, and desires to exhibit Jh#> ma,.hnie in his native city before proceeding to ntroduce a elsewhere, lie will furnish the Corpo .?,n with one. suitable for immediate purposes, for The communication and subject was re ferred 1? the Committee on Internal Improvement*, ifh will report on it next Monday evening. The n*tit?>n of Messrs. Vanderwi-rken Si Co., to bu re 11)Cj |,? certain films, was actcd upon by the B.unl of Aldermen, *<? far lis to release the firm from i paying $21*?1tliejr...

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

A B"EW ARRIVAL OF FALL AND WIN TER GOODS. r | -?11K subscribers respectfully auronnce to their f'rier.ds ar.d the pnb'ic i^nerwlly that they hare jus' T> reived from Now York, their larfrt- and desir nb'e stock of f .r-n-n and Domestic DRY GOODS. Their s'nrk this KMon has liecn selected -with great rare ?nd judgment. and at such unprecedented low prices that we feel confident to please all who may favor us with a call. A few of the leading article? we will enumerate: 4i dresses very fine plaid and brocaded Silks 40 do do dark Brocade, for walking dresses 25 pieces very fine neat and large Plaids, prices ranging from 75c. to $1 50 20 pieces fine white and light Brocadc do., for even ing dresses 10 pieces superfine quality, beautiful designs 10 do plain v Lite, pink, blue, and corn do., for evening 25 pie es dark Brocade do., embracing the most choice sr ades 20 picvt plain, containing every grade of quality 10 d > fine light shade Poult dc Soie, about half j.rico 25 pie.-e? b'a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 October 1853

THE EVENING STAB P rr?USHfJ> l*FK7 ?nsp>on*, (tirKPX SURDAT > F v IV A L I- A CII fc HOP E. "'a,h?n(ft'>n.O, ore?. 11 ',M r rvi v ?klv t? Afent-' ? _> fa ?t???<? ribT? in >h> e iff* ,Mrn. .tri.J AWmdna rKVTS? weekly VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1853. NO. 242. | THE WEEKLY 8TAB. "Thiseicelient FamOyaad New* Journal?contain lame ? jrreater raricly of interesting reading than ran be found in any other?i* published oti Saturday. TtUN. Onk IIoi.lar a*b TwsmTivi ?virr? per I eony. Toflnh*?Five eopii* for $.'00; T*c eop<i? ft* ri $3 00; Twenty eoptu*, J1.Y00; t ?*ii, UMtiricWy m ad ranre. Poptm ah i m who act w agent* wfll 1* allowed a coiuniisj-jou of twenty i"-r e?t?t. (AltTER'g SPANISH MIXTURE. Thf Grrai Purifier of the Illoo?l ! \'ot ti Partirle of Mercury in it. * *E*enT for ^.-mfuln. Kin? a Keil. Khen ' tMatinnlf Cuti'"- us Eruptions, Pimples or , u, u,.- " th.- Blotches. Roils. Chronic So-e >,v?. Kuv M""i' "r T.- ?. r. Said ||e,d. K...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STATt. WASH INGTO N_C1T T: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 5. ^yThe large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium iti the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other WasA ington dailies comhincd. _ THE WEEKLY STAB. The public are beginning to appreciate the value of this journal. Ever\ day swells the list of its subscribers. All who want a good family journal, containing everything worth knowing that transpires in W ashington, should s lbscribe f>r the ^ kkkly Star. Price: SI 25cents a Jear' 'n advance. Ortolan. Sportsmen in Washington and in its vicinity, have had high times for a month past, there never having been a better n ason for ortolan and reed birds in this region. Those who have up to this time failed to take advantage of the current conjunction of fine weather and fine tides, should brush up their equipments without delay, as the season is rapidly fleeing. A friend...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. CITY ITEMS. Sit'tey't Patent I.imc Kiln?This is one of tlie jtnkinjf scientific curiosities of Washington. both as to its construction and rapacity to produce the very lint*'- Tbe work* are situated on the corner of Vinpnia avenue and the can.il, on the Inland, and with pfW"t arrangements cover a large space for ffrrptiou of stone and delivery of liuie. The kiln is tmiltof blue atone, or the common knet stone, and i??b"Ut tw enty feet square at tlie base, by eighteen 1(>rt, its height about sixty-two feet, the building be iaf square, tapering from the base to the apex. Of lV interna! construction we are not allowed to know anything. that being the secret of it* power and p.mnd "f lbe pairnt. but <?f its wonderful capacity of production something insy be said. It is said that the best of other kilns can only burn UK) barrels of hoic m eight days. An ulea of the superiority of tins one i- given in the fact that it will bum 040 bar relsper day, or l.*M barrels...

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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