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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 October 1853

general agekcy. f?Y,-r A 0>LL1N? w ill prosecute claims. of ev I nrv description aniut the government, before ?) .. vve al dirmi-imente, or ft ugresr, procure pen ?ion's. bounty Hods, eitra pay, *<d arrea.?ge pay. t; ,v attend to ill.' baying e.nd wll'i? of real e-.-at-.th-r ut-n.t of Ii >u;e-. hp ! a e^D^rnl collect i? ? I l ine ?. They * ill al?o furnish parties ?t a di-tancr with such information aa they may desire from the scat of g .vernment. Charged will te mod "ffice on P *t eel immediately opposite Winder's Building, Washington, D. C. imrr-RENCW: lion. J. C robbin. Secretary of the Navy. Ilcn ?#- Davis, Secretary of War. N. Cailan, e<q. l'res't Board Common Council. Gen. J M.McCalla. A'torney-at-Law. .lumef 11. Camtin. esq. W.C Rcdda.i, State Department. 'JO?dtf- __ WHALEY'S OMNIBiTSSES. On THI KSDAY, the 29th instant, I wilt conimer.c; running two lines X ?'A* I will fOWIU'M- rTiu.-.^e OMN1BUS5E8 between Alexan ?V w'^ii.ntfton. leaving Alexandria at 4V? tin- mor...

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. — 6 October 1853

THE EVEiriNG STAR p r??usHrn irr.nr ?mwoM, (except ??*dat,) jf tie St* Oficf. on D ttrref. nrnr 12/A, nearly opte tile the Trvinf Hotel, Br WALLACU & HOPE. r? puh?-nb?Tf inthe ritie* of U'a?hin?tnn,Gforife i,-?d. .Alexandria. at .*3 12 p*r annum, pnv ? SIX CENTS?weekly lo the Ajent*. To -?j wib-cjifwr.- the subscription price u THREE pnf.M.JS AMI FIFTY rtXT* 8 vcarin advance, r\\t? for HIX MONTHS, and ONE |H >I.I< AR tor HI RLE MONTHS, fm.iui.k coma oir < e*t. EVENING STAR. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C,, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1853. NO. 243. THE WEEKLY IT AS. Thm eirrHent FamiTyasd New* Journal -eonuin tallica preatrr vnrwl) of wterentinf reading than < au be louiul in any other ?ik published on JUturday. ni?. Oaa Uai.LAr. am T?um Fi*i nun per da#? copy. To <lob*?Fi?a coptaa tor $5.00; Tan nuh foi $8.00; Twenty C0pn?, fJi.O?, Vanii, tnrji .aUf urn ?4ea*M. * PoaTVAKTBM who act aa \jjeut* will b? aBowed * oomniiiMOB of tw enty per cent. CA RTER'M SPANISH MIXTURE. The Gre...

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. — 6 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASIIINUTUN CITY: TWRSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 6. ^yThe large circulation of the Star make* it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of H ashington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other'Wash ington dailies combined. VW To i:i?ur<- the insertion of Adver tisement* they mn*t be brought to onr counting-room bfforr t'J o'clock .11., oihrrwior thry may not nppfnr nutil *he next day. d/^AX EXfELLBXT ROUTE OX TIIE STAR forsale, having eight hundred subscribers. Apply at this office, immediately. THE KOSZTA AFFAIB IN EUHOPE. Below, we present the readers of the Star with an interesting extract from a private letter from one of the most dis tinguished statesmen of the Old World, who now. however, is not connected with public affairs. lie writes (in English) of the condition of liberal European senti ment upon the subject, and his views may be taken implicitly as those of the conser vative republicans of France...

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. — 6 October 1853

pA[LY EVENING STAR^ CITY ITEH8 ? Prtsentations and Serenade.?Last ""^President's >?""n,"d Gulrd hAd 4 bU#1 'allh?r mrm fT, aft? which they ,*o "TV residence of rapr Peck' ?n D n?ar 6,11 *** l? r g^vfraJ interesting presentations were b(lip,tahl? entertainment given by the ?"?" ^ain and family. The beautiful Aineri ??4P i b> the isuJii g to the company, "n SJwslv diipJay^ 'n Parit>f of rrceP ?''' '?T.,her patriotic emblem*. Presentations >,B' of a beautiful silver goblet, to the lady of ,?>k p1*'*' # w|Ver cup to the Captaiu himself; ( tp?inIr thr Hl?M Peck, one to Miss R. i0O i?*'' n,u J cbain an,i pencil to Mr*. Geo. W. r mperi0r watch and chain to Ens-gn I'***'"^j, thl. manufacture of Messrs. Gait k. J ' ?r L, understood. l.ieutcnant J. W. Baden fMlIenyp^h. i? presenting the goblet 'ni i <> would like to publish, but tune jad cMP' w f 'penuU- Dr. Buaey, surgeon of I1M1 *d oJJer]h 1Ii;ulc Am speeches, and the |*dy, daughters, Miss Middleton, and , 1 ^ ^ appropn...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 October 1853

GENERAL AGENCY. YLOTI X COLLIN'S will prosecute claim", r>f ev ? try description sgainst the government, before tbe several departm ??it*7 or Congress; procure pen ticns bounty lands, extra pay. a*>d arrearage pay. They will ?ttend to the buying and sell-as of real estat*, the n-ntiu-^ of hou es, end a zencral collect ing bn??inr?s. They wi 1 al-o f.irnish parties at .1 distance with eu-ii information as they may (Wire fr< m the seat of government. Charges will be mod era t?. Off<?* on F ?t-wt. Immediately opposite Winder's Building, Washington, D. C. errr.rrxria; Hon. J. C. Dobbin. Secretary of ihe Nary. lieu. -J. Davis, Secretary of War. N. Cailan. e??i . Pres't Board C?mmon Council. Men. J. M. McCalla. A torncy-at-I.aw. James II. Can-tin. e*q. W. C Reddali, State Department. sep 29?dtf WHALEY'S OMNIBUSSES. On THURSDAY, the 29thinstant, wi'l eommeoc? running two lines j 1 ?MM BUSSES between Alexan dria -iuj ?v a>ijington, leaving Alexandria at il/j o'clock in the mo...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 October 1853

THE EVENING 8 TAB ,, rrfti'itB avsir Arre?!?oo*, (etrrrr sihdit,) Jl lu St j* Offue. on D *rt-J, ?,?r l&A, 0 silt the Irving Hotel, FP? Br WALLACH k HOPE. To?jNrrih.T?iii?h?'.-!tip? of \Va.?hinrton G(.n,?? ?? ,"ir yz?i"* '\? <?" ,W,_SIX f K\TS_Wr. kIv to th? Ajenta. To ai tii ?ti^cjih^rf lli^ Mih?rnption prire i* THRVP p.>LLAKS AND FIFTY ( KNTK ni" 7,KKE rW.fl/<>LT.AR9 for 9TX MuVTh" anlVTvT P< iLLAR for THREE MO.VTHS. oxc nwT. wr,,?S EVENING VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1853. NO. 244. THE WEEKLY STAR. ThiaexceMeal Family**!! New*<<o?itain t.itnga jpvater variety of mtrrrating rradin; than raw be found m an> other??a puWi^hH on 9atunlay, nun. Ohb I>au?n Am T?inr Fivr c?rra par majl* cony. ToCluh*? Fi?? ropi?w for fu.OO; Ton aopica lot $8 00; Twmty copiiv. $U00; Vl4, it,rariuUv tm mdrmmer. PornitmM who art a* Kfrutr wiB In allow r4 a comnuwuoa of twrnty per cant. CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE The Ur e.? Purl Iter of thr It load t Ao/ a I ar...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 October 1853

DATLY EVENING _STAB. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY -AFTERNOON, OCTORER 7. Z3~T\e laree circulation of the Star viakes it the most disirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the citits of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. CC7" Wno Wants a good Family Nkws papkr??The Weekly ?tar is one of the cheapest and best in the country. THE TIMES. Notwithstanding the existing stringen- i cy of the money market, caused by an in- ; considerable derangement in commercial affairs, we remember no previous time 1 when the business interests of the United States were ever so thriving. No branch of real American manufactures, agricul- j ture or trades, were ever better remuner- | ated than at present; and never before, j during a season of universal prosperity, j was less business done on an unsound ! credit basis, we take it. How long is j this to be the case ? Are we wiser and more prudent than those who did business [ in the ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 October 1853

OA fLY EVENING STAtt. CITY ITEMS ? c^cT^T^or th* ^A.mW-The in* of -s for assaulting George Savage, while .stempef?e? ?P**ch ?n lh" P,atforn,0f jH!trnnl wn p( nns>|vania Avenue, last Sun Mf ' Pl" iiu yesterday alternaon at 4 o'clock, I* a?v- cU" I\ The cases were the Government ^ianter, Horner, Fenwiek, and Harvey. Col. f* and Mr- Carnngton appealed for the ac T ' ' ' hde Mr. Harrington, a painter by trade, and fU0 * ? n teinperanee nral*, took the put of Mr. ' The most important trial wax that of Hun !"vaft ?. charted with throwing eggs *t, au'1 "^vag* therewith. Tin, was proved by '"tUn:: sivJ.. Harrington, Ouvall a?d Coiitnor, in the" temperance movement*, and not *""?la \?d bv the other testimony. Th<iinp*,n. Dement, f itzgerald, >|n"r*F nwiek, Faulkner, Harvey, Uuslier, and """''.^titled to'the matter, bmngcalh d by the de ' lr testimony amounted to thU, that Sav ,'n<' ?,hen of the Alhanibra and Madame Hun sr . disre-peetful of the house she kept, (an p. trrn^l(>)...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 October 1853

[No. 4M.} By thrPreililrnl off he I'uitnl States. IS pursuance of U*, I, i'lilXKLIN PIERCE, President of the United States of America, do hereby deHare and m.ik? known that public fa'ps will h?M at the under me-itionrd land office? iu the State of Wisconsin, at the period? hreinafter de signated, to wit: At the land office at WILLOW RIVER, commenc ing 011 MONDAY, the t'..irl d?.v of October next, for the disposal of the public lands situated in the fol lowing name I townships. vis: Xorth of the Use line an./ Hijrf of (he fourth principal meridian. Townships thirty-three, thirty-four, thirty five &Dd thirty-MX. of range live. Townships thirty one, thirty-two. thirty-three, thirty four. thirty five. and thirty six, of range six. Townships tldrty-one, thirty-two, thirty three, thirty four, ami thirty five, of range wrm. Townships thirty-one. thirty-two, thirty-three.and thirty four, of range right. Townships thirty one, thirty-two, and thirty-three, of range nine. Townships thirty-...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 October 1853

THE EVENING STAB ? rcbuchsd cvkrt Amuo**, (rxrrrr sn*DAT>) jttkt !Vm Office, on D rfrrrf, ?*?r I2fA, nearly opJ nit the Imng Hotel, B t WALL ACH & HOPE. T. ?,M-n>-r??nt^ritir, of W',.hjnjftr>n.Gcorrr ?n.l Alf^n.IrM, ar *3 |o ,K.r ann,Jni ZZLmx ran??w~??y ... 5* 1 *??)>-<.ibtr- th^ ?'ilfMrrintinn VOL. II. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1853. NO. 245. THE WEEKLY STAB. Thi*r*rrnw?t Family and New* Journal -contain lamia frratrr variety of intewtiin r*adinf than ran tx Tonnd in any other?1? published on Paturdajr. TtlM. <>** I>on ?n a"?r Twumr-FiVB cwnra |ier ui?lr To (luW-hT? ropted for Ai OC: Tm (o< (Ml; Twenty copm, fi'i.ttv; Cadi, aaimuAty m ) 04r<mcr. rwTaMttw wlm art mm afrnt* will b? allowed a comniiwx4a of twenty prr ct-ut. CARTEIl'S SPANISH MIXTURE. The firrat Purlllrr of the Rlood ! Sot a Particle nj Mercury in it. I D1Vn? ?i*l I,?in of 1 , , . , . , . l livrs. Syphilitic Disorder*. Lumbago, Spir.al 1 Vim and all Diseases ari-in;; from an injudicious h*...

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. — 8 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 8. 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, (irorgetoirn, rmd Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. GOOD ADVICE. It you want help or domestics of any kind; wircr tt%r ill the Sr AR. II" yon want any kind of laborer", mechanic.*, or clerk*; adrrrti** in the Star. If yon want an office, a house, a lot, or a farm, advertise in the Star If you want to exchange property, or lo liorrow money; mtrrrti*e in the St*r If you want to loan money, or to set a partner; aiirertue ?? the St ?*? It >ou have lost anything and wish it returned; advertiM? in the Star. If you have fiund anything and wish lo find the owner ot" it; advertise in thr ST1- c. It you want to rent or sell houses, lots, or farm."; arlrrrtisc in thr Star. If you want to dispose of your business; a/h er fur ?n the Star. If you want ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 October 1853

M[LY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS. (of Ihr Eez Cases.?cases, on which ir<im"?y "** beard on Thursday before Justice p..mi, were yesterday discu- ?'d be'ore the same igtstratc. eoninieucing at one o'clock and closing about three. Mr. Harrington opened the debate t i * very ingenious speech, to which Col. Thompson ^ponded with lot* of law, showing that .Mr. Hunter wis justifiable in what he did. Mr. Carriugton also ,>(tr ?n ih* srnic tide, condemning the course of yr Savage, who, he thought. injun-d the temper .nice caiM" f>y violence, although honest, and, in instance, received just what he deserved. Mr. Harrington closed Willi an al?lc review of lioth the ,ne? i iie< of hi" opponents, defending hi;* friend "the old man eloquent" on rum. and arguing tfii! Hunter wan certainly responsible to the law for ,brewing the cgg? in ?he lace of Mr. Parage, which ,,?eti:;!t?l an wnlt, the same as if stones had fx- ii t"imwii, a,Ml. l*rrbaps. worse, as the were n.iten, and. therefore, th...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 October 1853

Washington Stove Manufactory, ?V. K. corner of Pennsylvania a-enue and 11 th street. The ?ul>?criber beg* leave tc call th?* atten Ifejlf ti<-n of hi? many patrons and the public pen e rally to bis very iarze and carefully selected <wk. comprising, in part the following : The Invincible Cook. Tubular Oven, for coal or wood. which require)" only to be jwn to be apprecia te. It is de? i ledly the very best operator and econ omizer out. References to some three hundred .-?old ?within tbe last sixteen months will be given. New World.* heavy and durable article,for coal or wood B!ae!i Diamond. for bituminous or anthracite coal" old Dominion, for wood Vernon Air-tight, for wood Baltimore Air-tight for wood Blue Kidge, for wood or coal Delaware Cook, for wood or coal Enchantress, f >r wood or conl Factotum, for woo?l or coal Victor Complete, for wood or coal Morning S ?r, for wood or coal Cook's Favorite, for woo l Kitchen Companion, for wood Double Jol\ or Ten-plate, for wood ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 October 1853

THE EVENING STAR r mu***P tvKrr *rn?moon, (txeerr i-ran^r,) ***' Ofre. on P *T'*,ne?r I2M. nearl ' nit the frvmg Hotel, ' Br VALLACI k. HOPE. T? ?o!wriher? in the cuie* of Wa-Hinjrton. Geoiw ,nd Alernndnn. at A3 12 per annum CENTS ?weekly t, the Ad?>"u' ^ ur . , .ih*r? in* "?'i?K*v i ~ ? ? ,i*:l ^ ,J ivn piFTV CENT* a rear in aArance. ,7i \R* f'?r SIX MONTHS, and ONE TvVV THREE MONTHS. Smui.a cori?? (1 ? LI-*" STAR. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1853. NO. 246. TEE WSXXLT STAB. ThitMP?ncnt Famllyaw! New? Journal--cofiuin taing a irrrater varifty of interesting reading than ran hr found in any other?ii> puMi?lted on Saturday. TtUH. Ojta D?u ?* im TwLjiTT-FiTt ?cjtT? par smflc copy. T<> Club*? Fira rapieo for ftS.OO; Ten copien fat fS.OO; Twenty ropt?x, Wa?h, mmriaU* tm mirvmce. Postmasthw- who art ar agents ? 01 ?h> allowed a coiunumion of twenty per cent. nrfllClffEJS WHICH NEVER FAIL TO me give satisfaction. 4 r. E is an honorary member of the 11*.la...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 October 1853

daily evening star. WASH INGTON CIT Y : MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 10. large circulation of the Stab makes it the most dtsirable advertising me dium i?i the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetoirn, mid Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. THE STAB TO BE ENLARGED. On account of the great increase in our advertising patronage, wc shall be com pelled, in a few days, to enlarge the size of the Star, without increasing its pricc. The intended enlargement will add at least three columns to the present size of our paper, which will malce it, consider ing the size of the types we use, within a fraction of being as large as our ten-dol lar-a-year neighbors. In giving to the people of Washington and the country at large the journal we publish, we have furnished a desideratum long needed at the Capitol of the nation. Since the Star has been established, it can no longer be said that "news from Washington is news at Washington." We furnish t...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 October 1853

CITY ITEMS S7.Vxdri.~-Yesterday afternoon, as Mr Sav?? commenced a harangue on the ***1 l/tfB1|yr?m r, in front of Cpperman'a gr.jcerv "'t'jrr ' tlie avenue- After reading an admirable "on>'0"ulll thj Star, in which intemperance wm ir" ' ..j ,w darkest forma, he proceeded. in hie Portrl_i!|)Vt, sty|?, to denounce the Sl<tr and Ihe ?* "A)"*! rery improperly connecting the two; but proceeded far. when a posse of the Auxiliary **1 headed by Captain Birch. appeared, and in ,'u, ' ,|ir ,peak?r that he was violating the law in . ? erow d on the s-ide walk, compelline pe '?".r an-"t.? mm t? the other side of the strict. ^'"rh |( his due*, a? a public officer, to prevent f '"]r WS1 abated a nuisance of w hich our citi sens Thll*,on| j,?d loudly complained. We are glad that ,in n,rt b ha.- the nerve to do his duty,in seeing ' ^be law* of <he Corporation are properly exe ""ed art1"" 1,1 thIi n"*Pt' l'"' *ppr?v'l y en?y '?* *nd "rd<*rl"v"" c,UzPn R v bfivren a Hail ^"ofcrf.-Wf r at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 10 October 1853

PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN GOOD!. DtP\BT*S>'T OF TOE INTERIOR, Office Indian Affairs. Sept. 13, 1*63. OKALKD PROPOSAL*. endorsed " lTopo*?l? for Indian Ooods" will be received at the office of th? Cnnunbsmn* r of Indian Affair* at Washington city, until ten o'clock on Tuesdav. the 11th day of October next, for furnishing the following Indian goods. Tii: Cl?bs No. 1. Pbnil 'ts and Dry Got*lt. 2.300 pairs 3-j-oint whittf Mackinae blanket*. to measure Hi) by 72, and weigh 7 pounds 2.K50 pairs' i\-j-poiut white Mackinac blankets, to rafd?Tirf 54 by fA. and weigh 6 pounds 750 pair* 2 joint white Mackinac blanket*, to tne-sure 4- by 56. and weigh pounds '50 pair* t^p?int white Mackinac blanket?, to measure -it) by 50, and weigh 4% pounds 550 pair* 1 point white Mackinac blanket's, to measure 32 by 4ti. and weigh 3\4 pounds 300 pair* 3-point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to measure '?0 bv 7-. ar.d wi igh 8 pounds 3X) pair.* 2U point scarlet Mackinac blanket*, to measure 54 by M, and weigh 6 poun...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 October 1853

THE EVENING STAR f, n ?Lf*HFP eveir irTrawoow, (except sphdat.) J> :V J* ? Ofi. e. or, D <t, ?*, ?tfn 12tt , fiit the bring Hotel, ' V rp0 B r 11* A LL At'II &. HOPE. T*?ol'^nh. n.in tin-cine* of tVa*hin*tna,Geor?> ?!'* a'f< >* Per annum, J?y jNr-.-IX < ENTS-weekly to tlie .Whu To mail ?iib-uiben< the ?ub?<*nption price i* Tunrr t p?LLA?< AM) FJFTV CENTS a ye,,h.L E T\V~> J>oli.ARS for SIX MONTHs! and OVF* n,?.MR for THREE MONTHS. j rK?T. EVENING^ STAR. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1853. NO. 247. THE WEEKLY STAB. Thi* excellent ramflyand Vew? Journal eontam tniuga ^renter ranety of mt?-rr?*]n$ reading tfian < *u be found in any other?i? published on Saturday. T?IM. 0*s n?t.i.AR aw T? sutt-Fi** erwra j>?r .?(lf i *"?T ToOlnbc?Pi*t copi?* lor $5.00; TT copter f? .*? 00; Twenty gopit-s, (1.V00; Vasii, inrut.ully m adrmct. Po*t**?t?ris who an coiiinusmoii of tw enty p,* c,.llt ?? a*ebu *? iU i>.- aBowcd a wniClNE* WHICH N...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 October 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASH INOTON CITY: tue.^o \y \n i'knoon. on ortr 11. -J-The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium i/i the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, nod Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. n J* jTo in?urr Ihe iimrrlion of Adrer ii?rm< iiu ttacy ion*l bp bronglit to our r.tuiilin^-rooni before l'J o'clock II., olhrriri?r tltvj may not appear niitil the next diiT? Bonka from rranck Taylor. Franck Taylor has sent us "Fun and Jottings, or Laughs I have taken a pen toby N. P. Willis. This is a well printed lx>ok of some four hundred pages, containing a number of humorous sketches from the ready pen of its talented author. " The Second War with England,' by .1. T. H' lulley, in two volumes, liw ?l?o oviit us by the same dealer. This publication is handsomely printed on fine paper and embellished by numerous well finished wood engravings. We look upon this as Ileadley's bes...

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. — 11 October 1853

CITY ITEMS. v lx^el OaatrS Pat Pretentalian. La*t eveii and Mail a ,rfn'' Mi,,tar?' 'ntrr'"t^ in n:" V z,ad" *,,f ih*'Ha,,d'*9 w,'u",hc rn,,?ti,rr ? art as there w ere numbers of the neckt "z'"" ,-,.nl n i* generally said that mnn i* , (.p-ation pr< * * . a ?? it *o. w??uian m the neck tuat moves !ht aiid'il>u-w de -nude explained. Tlx- new ''"ittarv company, th? National Guard, were to re dag. and u,,< w ** t,,e c:u,,M of ll" l,,U'r,:SU"g ' -t>V" Among Uie military mi-n present were **'" " ?,,( Reilly, Majors Keywurth :inil Bacon, ?? Perk and Bright. l-ieut. Feeney. and others . -lirnlic-. o? which they are oflicers. " ' ? ,lt 3 o'clock, IT- Morgan. who i* Surgeon ..I **.'? .?ent.?PP'?'"? w,,h ?' ",!k ^ ,* .ar, Mr- .Jisco, Baltimore, when the '"! Vele bnmght to an order. ami 1.. presented, ' h 1, ilfof tii- i-itiz'-i".,,M- P*?'??'Uc emblem. In " V . : - reierr. il f tJi^ir forefather#*! the Revo 11 . War witlilireat Britain, ami the soldier.* ' ih<- Mei'can war, as e...

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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