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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 January 1853

PROSPECTUS OF THE daily EVENING STAR. The undersigned proposes to publish, so f->onas a sufficient number of subscribers t ii! have been obtained to justify the un ^er taking, a daily afternoon paper, to be ! Ci>d -'The Daily Evening Star." .-The Star" is designed to supply a de- 1 y ierat'ira which has long existed at the Metropolis of the nation. Free from party trifflmels and sectarian influences, it will preserve a strict neutrality, and, whilst nf,lining a fearless spirit of independen .'oce will be devoted, in an especial man r.r. to the local interests of the beautiful ;v which bears the honored name of Wash jron, and to the welfare and happiness of 'Ltf targe and growing population within its r xers. To develop the resources of tiie Metropolis?to increase and facilitate its mercantile operations?to foster and en urrige its industrial pursuits?to stimulate its business and trade?to accelerate its . r rressin the march to power and great L these shall be the main objects...

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 January 1853

m the sounds he heard. One after another of these places he visited, and each time with a dimming sense of their abominations, the light of conscience became foggy jn the dun of tobacco smoke, and sensibility w.is blunt ed in the frequency of the vile exhibitions that met his gaze. Fidelity ! That word again came to him, and the scales fell from his eyes. The de mon had lost his power, and the serpent was revealed in all his hideousness. From pleasure to pleasure, through temp tation after temptation, in the dauce, in the saloons, in the theatre, his secret monitor came to him like the voice of a fire bell, and his spirit grew strong under its admonition. In seasons of quiet and peaceful enjoyment, too, the word came to him approvingly, and his soul received it as a beautiful token of unbroken love, and hope revived. It must be confessed, I think, that never yet was printer attended by so faithful a monitor, or by one that was half so well heeded. And now sickness pressed upon Jabez...

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 January 1853

evening star. ?:<y office of the " Daily Evening Star," 6 th street south of Penn. avenue. Weekly Calendar. ??> Days length 9 hours and 56mir,nUs. jlNCART. SLX. RISES. 7.08 7.08 SETS. . jumiay "4 Mowi.J >3 Tu?^?y \tVdne*lay | 7 ud ; 7.U4 7.U3 1 :j ' ?In lhur-?iay " Frkiay Saturday ? 4 .52 4.52 453 4.54 4 55 4.56 tfOON RISES. 1123 morn. 0.15 1 08 2.00 2 51 3.40 Mr. William Tucker, with, such as , .met as he may employ, is authorized to re b ? , tubscribers and advertisements for the iv? *? -Daily E enimj Star." Mr. Burns will wait ry. the citiztns of Georgetown. ug- Persons wishing to tt served with the " Evex >- lu ll leave their names and address at James 1- r lrf ward, Bishop's periodical s ore adjoining - jrcps, A. Tate's nearWth street, J. Mills's Brown's ,r ?? James Winer's *kh street, or at Joe Shil ington's .. . n Building. Also, A. Lanim'.nds 1th street. j xfrtistmen's can be I*Jt at the above places. Local Affairs. The alarm of lire, about eleven clock last nigh...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 January 1853

DAIlY eve sing star. [From t^e Knickerbocker. COFFEE. BY MISS HART L. LAWSOK. All sing tlie praise of ruby wine Through crystal goblets flowing. And murmur of the purple vine 'Neath endless summer glowing; How well it cliaruh?, the heart it warms, 1 Ik* soul in sunaliiue steeping, As beauty, mirtli, and hope's bright birth Lay chained witliiu its keeping. But wherefore gild the tempting draught, Which stains the lip that praises? ? A nectar far more pure and sweet The wearied spirit raises; Twill tinge with light cares darkest night, Like some divine libation ; Joy fills the eye, and hearts beat high Beueath its inspiration. It ripples through the silver spout, Iu clear, transparent china, Brought freshly from the sparkling hearth By Pliillis or by Dinah. IIow rich the scent when sofily bleut With cream, rich, thick and yellow, W hose currents glide iu mingled tide, Its pungent strength to mellow ! It stirs the flash of soul and sense, Till wit and converse iningie ; For mind's best...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 January 1853

prospisctus OF THE DAILY evening stab. ' . llfl(Vrsi'rned proposes to publish, so ! T \<i tuH?'-liJIr> * ... 5 a efficient number of suoscribers j i tve been obtained to justify the un "" a (Isilv afternoon paper, to be - i-li* t .4The Daily Evening Star." i': is designed to supply a de - V7h:eh has long existed at the ; of the nation. Free from party ..r.tl s?ct:;ri:in influences, it will .iCia - 1 ? ; -i strict neutrality, auJ, whilst) I -rru' a fearless spirit of independen- ! ?-j!l be devoted, in ?n especial man- ! ! .;i6 local interests of the beautiful ?,.ij V'.irs the honored name of Yvash .. - 1 to tl-e welfare and happiness of j ? " i ...,c growing population within its j r- To develop tlio lvsourxs of the \ . . ,'tj :?) increase and lacidtjtic i.r> | ?ttile operations?to foster m 1 en-j .. y its industrial pursuits?to stimulate j ,:ine?s and trade?to accelerate, its j w-sin t!v.? march to power and great- ; ? i;-e shall i?e the main objects of tlic ! .s ."t*U will...

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. — 31 January 1853

EVENING STAR WASHINGTON: ?. MO.N DAY, JANUARY 31, 1853. CONGRESS. Senate* The credentials of Mr. K. Sabastin?re elected Senator for six years from the State of Arkansas were presented and refered. Mr. Hunter offered a resolution for the appointment of a committee to count the votes of President and Vice President, and to inform them of their election. Mr. Hale presented memorials from Anti Slavery Societies, for the repeal of fugitive slave law, which was read and laid on the table. ? Mr. Cooper presented memorials from citizens of Philadelphia for the establish ment of a railway post road between Phila delphia and New York: referred to the Com mittee on Post-Offices and Post Roads. A message was received from the House announcing the death of Mr. Buell, mem ber of that body. Messrs. Seward, Fisii and Hamilton pronounced fitting eulogies, and the usual resolutions were passed. House of Representatives. On motion of Mr. Jones, of Tennessee, the bill concerning bail in civil cases in ...

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. — 31 January 1853

EVENING star. e of the " Daily Evening Star," 6th _?? sonth of Penn. avenue. | w* ? w "Weekly Calendar. lit,- Vzys length 10 hours and 12 minntes. f^SC-VRT. SC-V. MJ)ON RISES. EISES. I S?Ta. , - ., 7.02 4.rS 4.29 7.02 4.0D 518 .i 6.53 5(1 ^ 6.10 l ; '** i'-iv " ' 5.0 i i 7 ii'; ?- IV". tar > r.-7 5.' 3 8.00 3 Th'Jr-aay ... ( 8jM 8M 1 f'lS.; . 8 45 5.05 8 58 J/r. William Tucker, u-^/i smcA ?s ,;.,>ance as he may employ, w authorized to re . .j subscribers and advertisements for the i)U'>i E eninj Star." Mr. Burns will icait lb* citizens of Georgetown. Z f Venous wishing to It *.reed with the " Even s- .r." w 11 leave their names ~nd address at James - ? 1,' icird. Bishop's periodical store adjoining A M * , ( Tito's near lltft street, J. Mills's Brown's J * v id' ?* v* (- t.'l. Jd'iits Winters C:h street, or at Jo? ShiUington's ., isiiilJinn. Also, A. Lammnnd's 7th street. tan rt > st mtni scan he I'ft at the aijove places. Local Affairs. : -f An inquest -was held tliis r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 January 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. My Brother. IIow sweet and holy the associations con nected with that endearing name ! How heart-cheering the influences of that afFec tibnate tie. Brother ! All men are broth ers. The children of one Father, God! ' How impious, then, to bear malice, or un-; kindly feelings towards each other; how wrong, then, greatly wrong, to strive or al low to be kindled in the heart, animosities, | ill-feeling, or any of the base passions that prevent man from social communication with his brother man. Do not all men ac knowledge the great truth that we are broth ers ? Has not God made all men that dwell upon the face of the earth, one flesh and i blood ? Do we nut then sin against the first i great law of nature, if we omit any of the j the duties we owe to him related to us bv i * I so sacred a connection ? " Thou shait love ! the Lord thy God, and thy neighbor as thy self," is the command of our Heavenly Pa rent. Our first affections to God, and then as we love ourselves,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 February 1853

DAILY VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1853, NO. 33. prospectus OF THE daily evening star. ? * The undersigned proposes to publish, so j " a sufficient number of subscribers j Hue been obtains I to justify the un- j . t iking, a daily afternoon paper, to be | ere.]-'Tbe Daily Evening Star." ft;.T!ie star" is designed to supply a de- j 'ent'ira which has long existed at the Metropolis of the nation. Free from party ond sectarian influences, it will r:i:?niei5 rCP a strict neutrality, an I, whilst ?if lining a fearless spirit of independen ce will be devoted, in an especial man to the local interests of the beautiful .T which bears the honored name of Wash In and to the welfare and happiness of * ];lrgc and growiDg p >pi:lation within its ,iers. To develop the resources of the .propolis?to increase and facilitate its rciuitilc operations?to foster and en-j mge its industrial pursuits?to stimulate , business and trade?to accelerate its -r.jressin the march to power and great...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 February 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: . ??? TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1853. Reception of The President Elect. We learn from our exchanges that in his well written reply to the authorities of Bos ton, General Pierce deliberately declines tLe public honors proffered him on his way to Washington. His recent affliction is a bufficient excuse. But his letter has interest in it for the public, which is worthy of being noted. He certainly does not mean to give any encour xgement to the enemies of the Union, how ex er tolerant he may be of diverse opinions. In regard to the honors tendered to him, he says: 44 It is gratifying to me to feel that they spring from a nobler motive [than personal claims,] and that you proposed to receive me as the representative of a principle w uich is uppermost in our hearts. The ba sis of that principle is the sacredness of the Union." There is certainly much propriety in with holding all unnecessary public parade at the present time. The silent tear, the warm grasp of the fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 February 1853

evening star. r^y office of the " Daily Evening Star," 6th street south of Penn. avenne. Weekly Calendar. Days lengV? 10 hours and 1 Imi tiiUs. FEBRUARY. SUN. RISES. Sunday Mond y Tae^J^y HV<lne*lay ihursday... F rfciity Saturday 7.02 7.02 6.59 C.-yS e.3i C.iC 6 55 sirs. 4.=>8 4.00 5 01 5.01 5. 3 5.04 5.0i MOtfS RISES. 4.29 518 6.10 7 03 800 8 5i 8 58 fcsT Mr- W,LLIAM Tcckkb, with such as s s-ance as he may employ, is authorized to re r(vt subscribers and advertisements for the pauy E ening Star." Mr. Burns will wait on ihi citizens of Georgetown. Persons wishing to It served with the "Evex ..r ;Tui" w 11 leave their names and address at James j;.;i 'j 1^ ward, Bishop's period.crt sort adjoining jWIjt'Ts, A TaU's near 11 th street, J. Mi.'ls's Brown's //>', James Hjmer's dih street, or at Joe ShiVingtoris O-Uon Budding. Also, A. LammoivTs 1th street. Adcert.somen's can be I-ft at the above p'aces. Local Affairs* The Iloieh.?The Hotels are now jam full, naJ crowds of visiter...

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

i 1 1 ? 11 ?iiigMigggwwwwt*!'1 DAILY gVENlHG STAB. [Reported for the Evening St r] gmUhMiiUB Lecture. Drt. Kane's Lecture on the Abctic Re gions, AND HIS NEW EXPEDITION. The lecture room of the Smithsonian In- t stitute on Friday evening was unusually ; crowded: every inch of sitting and standing room being occupied by a brilliant and I ; highly intelligent audience, assembled to I l?^ar the intrepid and scientific traveller, % ! I>r. E. K. Kane, on "The Physical Aspects j of the Arctic Regions, in connection with i the Search after Sir John Franklin, and the Discovery of an open Polar Sea." Among the distinguished individuals present we noticed Washington Irving, John P. Kenne dy, Secretary of the Navy, and Richard Rush, formerly our Minister to the Court of St. James. The lecture was heard j throughout with great attention; and the j only regret expressed by individuals when . the lecture closed, was that he had not ex tended it to greater length. The character of his audience,...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 February 1853

tol. i. DAILY EVENING STAR, ? washington, wednesday, february 5 2, 1853. no. 34. PROSPECTUS OF THE DAILY evening star. The undersigned proposes to publish, so as a sufficient number of subscribers; shall have been obtained to justify the un der taking, a daily afternoon paper, to be called ?' The Daily Evening Star." uThe Star" is designed to supply a de- j e:jeratum which has long existed at the Metropolis of the nation. Free from party rriTBmels and sectarian influences, it will re5erve a strict neutrality, ani, whilst, maintaining a fearless spirit of independen- ?. oence will be devoted, in an especial man- ; ctr, to the local interests of the beautiful j city which bears the honored name of Wash- j iogton, and to the welfare and happiness of ; the large and growing population within its b^rlers. To develop the resources of the Metropolis?to increase and facilitate its mercantile operations?to foster and en courage its industrial pursuits?to stimulate ;*s business and trade?to a...

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

EVENING-^a'ARs, WASHINGTON: B1 WEDNESDAY, 2.J&3 Slar is sure to shine jwitH faithfulness/ This we promised the public when we began our paper, and we" VhftU be ia good asr oar worth rWKireeVeV isHB abuse in Washington 1te sf&tt it' to, "and expose it:, for tire pubfife y::x 11 -- <l orr-r* ' Li *The capital of such a nation as the L nited Starts df'Auietfca ought io be a model city. iV'ought not ohlj to be the fountain' of ' ? , T I'^sfativ^ aiid executive wisdom, the'source ;a6d naval strength for our ? '? 4 * , i , country, but it should be a pattern of otder,1 ? ? r ? ji^kiness, itniustry, classic taste, and pure morality. 1 : , ' : : . : ; - 5 *CcIt is'a great thing for Washington thfat it frfta! tliikt Admirable national concern,' the Smithsonian Institution, within its ample* ^6Men:: T T&e time w coming, and thit, Ave ri'erst, bright speedily* when that Institution fhall come fully up to the great measure of itS de&fa?d usefulness. Its Lectures?'its iiibrari...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 February 1853

t Q ^OSeeof the "Daly BreningStar," Sth :.:eet south of Pena. avemao, , .< . Weekly C*Undar. ? ^75 kuyih 10 hours and 11 in iroiits. r 1 ? : . W I ? ?r,?Y MOOXBPSS, UAi.1. | . ? ? ? ?(|! KJsLo. ? ,j < SiTs? , j , J ; ? ST I 7^- J ; .j: 4.29 3JU'l?y? ^ u,, l . . ,. .,.60^ '? IV ,.4.- / "tM2 * : . :? Qd^ V 22? 5ui , &10 1 spfgc: m * *.<>; r m , ,v1 <Jt57,'l 5/3 T 8O0 - ? ' fi.oi ' ?a-t 4 F::in^ " ' ? CM ?' 5.05- 1 85^' i 1/r. William Tuc^ejI, with1 such So# ?Jr?rt o' he 1H,nJ tnpiv'Ji '9 authorized to r* subscribers and adcertisements for the A' #?r." it/r. Burns will wait '? . rtiuen* 0/ t-kor^tmcn. *r-m persons vxshiinj to it rs.rvvl irit.'i the " Jf.rr.y ??" m? lIU'T* thtir. jvimfsstwd otldrcsst tit James I - 0 * . ? . ],< ic'i.rJ, liiiinip's- pcsi<yjLcd sote adjoining . J.. lalCs Hf4.tr. lUh ilr'.^ J. Mills's Vfowrtf ? i Kim's Wt di&ti or at Jot ShWinforts 4 HwldMO- Also>, A. LaiMiwiuVsUk'btri eet. , > ? , ?. uzunfv '$ cn a be \<ft at the abov...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 February 1853

That very evening notice was given to the Tillage notary to countermand the sale of the forge; and the six thousand francs, duly confided to the care of the farmer-general, were on their way to Algiers, whilst the re maining two thousand were laid aside for the use of the expective captive. A few weeks after these occurrences had taken dlace, ajojous and light-hearted sol dier was seated in the old family parlor at the forge. The well-known painting no longer adorned its walls; but a happy group seated around the well covered table, and listening with delight to the soldier's tales, felt they could have sacrificed much more than this to see the beloved son and broth er once again amongst them. Louise Dan chet, as you may readily suppose, formed one of the party, nor was the young soldier t>low in claiming her long pledged promise to become one day his bride. In the midst of all this happiness, how ever, the thought of their kind benefactors continually presented itself to their m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 February 1853

NO. 35. PROSPECTUS OF THE DAILY EVENING STAR. The undersigned proposes to publish, so soon as a sufficient number of subscribers shall have been obtained to justify the un jer taking, a daily afternoon paper, to be called ?' The Daily Evening Scar." '?The Star" is designed to supply a de c'ieratum which has long existed at the Metropolis of the nation. Free from party trammels and sectarian influences, it will ,rcserve a strict neutrality, ani, whilst maintaining a fearless spirit of independen ce will be devoted, in an especial man ner. to the local interests of the beautiful -itv which bears the honored name of Wash- j inrton, and to the welfare and happiness of the lame and growing population within its borders. To develop the resources of the Metropolis?to increase and facilitate its mercantile operations?to foster and en courage its industrial pursuits?to stimulate ::s business and trade?to accelerate its Tjrofrressin the march to power and great aess__the=e shall be the main o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 February 1853

EVENING STAR. washingtonI THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1853. The Late Tragedy. Oar readers have all learned of the horri ble occurence, detailed in another column. i lie circumstances are too revolting for us to enlarge upon them here?and we shall not attempt it. The deed is done ; and the public mini will render its own verdict in the premises, whatever may be the com ments of the press. But we cannot suffer this startling occa sion to pass, without expressing our senti ments with regard to the practice of carry ing deadly weapons. We deem the practice to be very reprehensible, and sincerely hope it will be frowned down 1 y this communi ty. e have nothing to say respecting the provocations that may be held as sufficient to justify the execution of summary pun ishment. In our opinion no man is justi fied. in a law abiding community, in taking the execution of the law intq his own hands. The precedent is an extremely dangerous one, and must often lead to the most fatal results. While we are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 February 1853

evening star. ?j- Office of the " Daily Evening Star," 6th jtreet south of Penn. avenne. Weekly Calendar. gf Days length 10 hours and 12 minntes. Sunday 7.02 Monday I 7.02 j Tuesday 6.59 2 Wednesday j 6.58 3 Thursday ! 6.57 4 Friday 6.56 4 Saturday j 6 55 4.58 4.00 5.01 5.02 5.U3 5.04 5.05 4/29 518 6.10 7 03 8.00 8 5s 8 58 J/r. William Tucker, tri/A such as tn'ance as ke may employ, w authorized to re? vice subscribers and advertisements for the *'Daily E ening Star." J/r. Burns will wait on thi citizens of Georgetown. r^rsons wishing to be served with the " Even |ts STAR" will leave their names and address at James K'll/s U ward, Bishop's periodical store adjoining ffcianTs, A. Tate's near IWi street, J. A/L'ls's Brawn's U<A'J, James Winer's 6th street, or at Joe ShiVington's fjdsm Building. Also, A. Lammond's 7th street. Advertisements can bt l*ft at the above places. Local Affairs. reporters?The Theatre.?A "rule" it ap tears, has been established at our only The atre, excludin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 February 1853

1 1 ? ?? - DAILY EVENING STAR. [Correspondence of the Boston Olive Branch.] Notes from Washington. Washington, Jan. 22d, 1853. My Dear M:?The last public letter I had the pleasure of addressing you, was written on the banks of " the beautiful Ohio"?la belle riviere. From thence I pass ed down to Wheeling, in Virginia; and never shall I forget the delightful impres- j sions made on my mind by, the splendid scenery of that part of the country. The Ohio river on both banks, from Beaver down to Wheeling is replete with natural beauties. Hill rises over hill and wood, point opens beyend point, bay spreads around bay, until the vision is completely filled with one of the most lovely panoramas that can anywhere be enjoyed. Arrived at Wheeling, I passed to the re tired dwelling of our mutual friend, whose graphic letter of " Life in Western Virgi nia" I see has recently appeared in the columns of the Olive Branch. But that let I ter, picquant as it is in domestic sketching, can give you no ...

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