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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 16 February 1853

WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1S53. NO. PROSPECTUS OF THE daily evening star. The undersigned proposes to publish, so ,.,n is sufficient number of subscribers ?H:i have been obtained to justify the un rra daily afternoon paper, to be ^ l ?* The Daily Evening Star." .?The Star" is designed to supply a de ^ieratum which has long existed in the of the nation. Free from party jr.usiioels and sectarian influences, it will ,,-rve a strict neutrality, an 1, whilst v' j ?jilintaiiiing a fearless spirit of indepen ...,rc will be devoted, in an especial man- i ^r. to the local interests of the beautiful ;*v which bears the honored name of Wash- j r .n, aud to the welfare and happiness of :Je i.tr^e a'..d growing population within its rl rs. To develop tiie resources of the ^.tropoiis?to increase and facilitate its ^rcautiie operations?to foster and en urine it^ industrial pursuits?to stimulate ?, business and trade?to accelerate its r'>zre>6 in the march to power and great ,tiioe ...

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. — 16 February 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: ? WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1853. ? ?? Letter from Africa. With much pleasure we surrender our editorial space this eveniug to the following letter from an officer of the United States Navy, now on the African coast, to his fa ther in this city. It will probably be in our power to en rich the columns of the Star with many other letters from abroad, as that is to be one of the features of the paper. ? ? 1 ? " * Departure of '52?Coming of '53?Voyage from Porto Praya to Gonee?Description ff i\a: Island?Peculiarities of the French Naval service?The main land?Size of the people.? Sicck of children?Verdure of the Portuguese j ?Further Correspondence. Unitld States Ship John Adams, l3 a (hurst, Rive- Gambia, West Coast of Africa, January 1, 1853. A happy New Year to you and yours, my dear father! 1 had the watch last night from'8 to midnight as luck would have it, and saw the old year slowly crawl over the s.ern and the fresh New Year come bound ing in with vigorous...

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. — 16 February 1853

EVENING STAR. Jifise of tiie " D uly JKveaiag Star," 6th street south of Penn. avenue. Weekly Caleiid?r. tOf Days length 10 hours at.d 46 rr.i .ntes. r; Sunil ?y ' ti.io ?Io:al y | 6.4-4 I _t 6.4 ? jii \\?<iiie-<iay j 64 J 1- ihur-day , 6i> i \i Fnl.y ' 6.;9 j D .Saturlay *>38 ; lugj- Mr. William Tucker, with such as n'anct as he may employ, is authorized to re cfl, t subscribers and advertisements for the i-Dai'u ^ *niri-j Star" JWsons wishing to It served with the " Even ing Srvr." to IIleave their names and address at James A'-/: S 1st Icurd, Bishop's periodic d so-t adjoining VTJjrJs, A. Tate's w-JirWth street, J. Mills $ Brmon's ][i/.Ja*es Winer's Gth street, or at Joe ShiUington's Huilding. Also, A. LammmcTs 7th street. Alctrt somen's can U I-ft ut the above p'aces. Local Affairs. S'jht I'arade.?Last evening the "Mont gomery Guards/' Cnpt. P. B. Key, paraded ia full unifoim, and made a very fine ap pearance as tliey passed along our principal streets. This is a new...

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. — 16 February 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. NkWSPAPJBBS AND Tlllilit FaTKOSS.?A great portiou of the community suppose, says ail exchange, that newspapers can pub lish every rliing that occuts, far and near, and this whether it refers to public or pri vate matters. Indeed it has now come to pass that in matters of a purely private and | personal nature, where a single individual is j to be alone benefited, the custom prevails j to trot off to seme one or ail ofjthe newspa pers, to obtain a "notice." If au individ ual has a Dotion in his head; if he imagines he has made a discovery or an invention ; it he has constructed a machine, or received a ! package of goods; if he has become pos- ! sessed of some novel toy ; bought a calf with two heads or five legs; he expects any newspaper is to open its columns at any length and enlighten the public on the same simply because he "is a subscriber," or "buys the papers every day." If people want their private business or pleasure ad vertised, then let them pull out ...

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. — 17 February 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. ^????? ^SSSSSSSP^mZmh^ZSm^Sm^^^Z^^^^^^2SI^ZmSS!SSSSSSSSS3^HB ^SSS^HflHSES22S VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1853. NO. 47. PROSPECTUS OP THE DAILY evening stab. The undersigned proposes to publish, so soon a sufficient number of subscribers 5:iill i>?ve *>een obtained to justify the un i-rciking, * daily afternoon paper, to be Ci!le?l ?* The Daily Evening Star." "The Star" is designed to supply a de si lerat'irn which has long existed in the MetroDolis of the nation. Free from party trammels and sectarian influences, it will preserve a strict neutrality, an J, whilst maintaining a fearless spirit of indepen dence will be devoted, in an especial man ner, to the local interests of the beautiful city which bears the honored name of Wash ington, and to the welfare and happiness of the large ar.d growing population within its borJers. To develop the resources of the Metropolis?to increase and facilitate its mercantile operations?to foster and en coura...

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. — 17 February 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: ? - < > THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1833. ae-?rganliailon of the Aavjr. We again-vacate the post of honor for the purpose of giving place to the following ar ticle on an important subject, now attract ing much of the attention of C ngress and the country. It is written by a gentleman well versed in the matter of which it treats, with such marked ability.?Ed. Mr. Editor: A few days ago when the bill of Commodore Stockton for reorganiz ing the Navy, passed the Senate with a ma jority so overwhelming, its friends indulged the confident hope of its speedy passage in the other House; but the recent move of Mr. Stanton, chairman of the Naval Com mittee, has ptit to flight the pleasing delu si on. I loarn that this gentleman has peculiar views upon the subject of renovating and im proving our Navy ; novel to be sure, but nevertheless entitled to some degree of ori ginality. He is wholly opposed to the Sen ate bill; why I do not know, unless it be that it did not ...

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. — 17 February 1853

EVENING star. jfceof tb0 "D .ily Evening Star," 6 th s;TS.et south of fenn. avenue. Weekly Calendar. Ui't* kngt'i 10 hours and 46 minutes. **? f CB8C tfOO.YRIS tF. RWW. I Si.TS. V j 6-4;> I 5.15 HO.J u i-"'1 y ??** i 5 ii J I". T Mi 5.17 ?? 1 ? ?i""'1"-' e'i! 5.18 ! , IT 1 6 4) I 5 20 i on' Is ! *'? y ! ?>.2i 30r 1? j.'iturl?y * :ih j 5. >2 I .!//-. William Tucker. such as Hi'ijiiee us he may employ, is authorized to re tr, , subscribers and advertisements for the .?Daily V eniftj Star." [Arsons wishing to It served with the " Kten .Tif w 'I hie* names and address at Ja Tries A j M w<ir-/, Bishfijfs )*riofJ.c d s ore adjoining H' n/i. -I- T'ttes n'nr l\Ut street, J. ML'ls's Brown's j[i*?es Winter's fit// or crt ShibingUms i,k-m !!ai!ding. Also, LammtuTs 1th street. A fart s'wn's can f*e l-ft at the a/jove p'aces. Local AflT.ttm. Arriv-jl (f Gen. l\erce.?The President e>et i- expected to arrive here this evening. I'revious to his leaving home he expressed a *i-h that n...

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. — 17 February 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. i English "Fast" Youth.?America has been twitted in and out for half a century, for haying too much precocity in the juve nile way. John has tucked Jonathan many a "dig" in the ribs for his sins in this style of goods. It seems, however, that Jonathan is quite behind his twitters in precocious ne?s. Bayard Taylor, an eitensive traveller, and a man who fixes Lis eyes on every thing and everybody, writes home as fol lows: "On board this steamer there are numer ous specimens of Young England, in the shape of cadets appointed to the East India service. Nothing can exceed the astonish ing airs assumed by some of these youths. Although between the tender ages of four teen and eighteen, their shirt collars are twice as high, and four times as stiffly starched, as those of full grown men. They i generally sport eye-glasses, and are among j the first to summon the steward for hot water in the morning They carry cigar cases of remarkable size, bet high on shuffle board and...

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. — 18 February 1853

^ daily ? evening siTiiT ? ' J ' )L- 1- WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1S53. r PROSPECTUS ? . * ? " OF THE daily evening star. I The undersigned proposes to publish, so coon as * sufficient number of subscribers shall have becn obtained to justify the un- ! ^taking, a daily afternoon paper, to be called " The Dnily-fivening Scar." ?iTrie Star" is design?*! to supply a de- j si ierat'iin which has long existed in the j Metrooolis of t[ie nation. Free from party t-.uamels and sectarian influences, it will i,reserve a strict neutrality, an I, whilst miintaitttmg a feurlegs spirit;of indepen dence will be devoted, in an especial man n.j\ to the local interests of the beautiful! city which bears the honored name of Wash- ! ingtour and to.the welfare and happiness of j the large and growing population within its t borders. To develop the resources of the j Metropolis?to increase and facilitate its j mercantile operations?to foster and en- j courage its industrial pursuits?to stimulate !...

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. — 18 February 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: 'W+ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1853. Water for WMkla|t?> W e continue to receive abundant evidences of the interest that is taken by the people of ihe District in the introduction of pure water. The estimates in preparation by Lieut. Miegs, under authority of Congress, of the coat of the acqueducts, reservoirs> and works requisite for the introduction of a supply of water sufficient for the safety, health and comfort of the materiel and personnel of the Government residents at Washington, as well as of the people of the District gener ally, will be handed into the committee in a few days. Three plans hare been under consideration, viz: To get the supply of water from the Potomac at the Great Falls. at the Little Falls; and, from Rock Creek. The National Intelligencer says : ?? In connection with the first plan, Lieut. Meigs proposes to tap the Potomac at about a mile above Crommelin's, and to conduct the water thence, by a circular brick built acqueduct of ...

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. — 18 February 1853

evening star. OP office of tha u D*ilj Irtning Star," 6th |0uth of Penn. arena*. WMklf Calendar. ?y />ayi length 10 hours and 46 minnUs. r I < , fi ! ruRCiir. 13 t Sund*f u Monday Tuesday?-* Wednesday 15 8C?. *00!* RISIS. H WU>. 6.46 6.44 6.43 6 4J !? Tbnr?Uy \ ?? Friday , ? Parlay 638 BITS. 5.15 5.16 5.17 5.18 5.20 5.21 5.22 1106 morn. 0.04 1 03 2 02 3.01 3.57 Mr. William Tocker, with such as ^~ntt as he may employ, w authorized to re e tubseriberi and advertisement* for the "Daily E ening Star.' f ? gj. prions wishing to be served with the " Evrw iV- star" *odl leave their names and address at James Ktft%s 1** ward, Bishop's periodical store adjoining vftiianTs, A. Tate's nearllth street, J. Mills's Brown's JJM, Jii**s Winer's 9th street, or at Joe Shillington's rj.if/m Budding. Aw, A. LammoruTs 7th strict. Advertisements can bt Uft at th* above places. Local Affair*. "The laborer is worthy of his hire," has been frequently sung in the ears of members of Congress to some ...

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. — 18 February 1853

DAILY' EVENING STAR. An Appeal to tin Thinking. ?'Among all the contrivances of men to protect the family circle from want, none can be fonnd mere simple id its character, noble in its features, or certain in its results, than Life Insurance. U is the prop which tLe dying husband leaves to support the wife of his bosoni.* It is the unseen hand of the provident father, reaching forth from the grave, and still nourishing bis offspring, and keeping together the family group. By it, the faithful son protects his aged parents, 7 * f 5 even where he has preceded them into eter nity; through it the btmest debtor satisfies ^ ** ?* bis confiding creditor, when fate seemed hast propitious. Iu a moral and worldly s(r.nse, it is one great weapon by which to rub death of its sting. "Let any husband, father, son, ask him self, 4If I was to die to-night, would those w Uo are dear to me be safe from the pangs of want? Would these children have a comfortable home, and the means of educa tion ? Would...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 February 1853

VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1853. NO. 49. PROSPECTUS OF THS DAILY evening star, i . . ? ?? The undersigned proposes to publish, so toon as a sufficient number of subscribers ! shall have been obtained to justify the un dertaking, a daily afternoon papei, to be called "The Daily Evening Star.'* ?*The Star" is designed to supply a de ,:]eratuni which has long ex'.siod ii the Metropolis of the nation. Free from party ' tramnel3 and sectarian influences, it will i preserve a strict neutrality, ani, whilst) maintaining a fearless spirit of indepen dence will be devoted, in an especial man ner. to the local interests of the beautiful citv which bears the honored name of Wash ington, and to the welfare and happiness of ? 1 the large and growing population within its j borJers. To develop the resources of the Metropolis?to increase and facilitate its i mercantile operations?to foster and en c urage its industrial pursuits?to stimulate ; its business and trade? .0 accelerate i...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 February 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON* *w' * --"' ? ,1 v SJ 1> SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1853. The luaugaratiou Advent. . 'The President elect is at last fairly on fits way to the metropolis, and we are pleased to see that bis fellow-citizens in the cities through which he has passed, have complied, very generally speaking, with his expressed wish to be excused from all pa rade. Neither public respect or personal curiosity were allowed to supersede sympa thy for domestic sorrow, and the journey h is been marked with a Republican simplic ity truly American. How different would have been the pro gress of an European mouaich, on his way to ascend a throne. From city to city his steps would have been on flowers?his road b< neath arcs of triumph, and hedged with hireling troops?while at pight the aid of pyrotechnic nrt would have been invoked to li^ht "the darkness of the scenery." But the trappings of state-journeying, (wrung with iron grasp from the poorer classes,) often cover suspicion aud mis...

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. — 19 February 1853

evening star. 00. Office 0) the ?? Duly Evaning Star!" 6th itreet south of Fexui. avenue. Weekly Calendar. ff Days length 10 hours and 46 mi Antes. f EBRCART. 5' e. ' Sunday V ? 1 Mond -y Tuesday UVdnesday I hur-day ? 1* Friday 8L'X. RlafcS. 6.16 6.44 6.4'. 6 4J 6 4) 6.:i9 StTi. 5.15 6.15 5.17 5.18 5.20 6.21 V Saturday. 6 38 5.22 mooswszs. 11 06 morn. 0.04 1 03 2 02 3.01 3.57 Mr. William Tucksr, with such at iJsiance as he may employ, it authorized to re <tire subscribers and adverlisementt for the ??Dail'J E ening Star." gf ftrsons wishing to tt served with tht " Eyex jsg Star" v) 11 leave their names and address at James ?<U/i M ward, Bishop's periodical s'o>e adjoining ffUlurSs, A. Tate's near IIth street, J. Mills's Brown's Janus Wimer't (kh street, or at Joe Shiltington's Odtm Building. Also, A. Lamnvmd's 1th street. Advert somen's can be I'ft at the above places. Local Affairs. Disgrac ful Fight.?About ten o'clock last night a tight occurred nea?* the corner of 4tb an...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 February 1853

little childres snugly sleeping with their anus around eadh other's seeks, past loving living parent, flying to the cold bed in the churchyard. Her feet left prints in the fro zen dew?she felt not the chill, but with her wildly-bright eyes measured the shin ing stars that glittered between her and the beaten she songht. The churchyard wall was gained, she glided by, found the little cressbars at the entrance and passed them. In her night robes, glidiDg among the grey 'head stones, she looked like a spectre, wan, %hite, and ghostly. At last she found the \ siid spot, where last she had seen the brow of her mother upturned in the pale sun light. There she sank down, as she cried?*'I have come, mother! I have come, mother!" ai d then she would gaze and listen, while the fever spots faded into white on her chseks. Presently she fancied that she w.it again in her childhood's home, and sv eetly and lovingly she talked with her * mother, twining her arms as if about her neck, and imploring...

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. — 21 February 1853

VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1853. NO. 50. PROSPECTUS OF THC DAILY evening star. i The undersigned proposes to publish, so \ soon as a sufficient number of subscribers ! shall have been obtained to justify the un- ! dertaking, a daily afternoon paper, to be . called "The Daily Evening Star." The Star" is designed to supply a de ?;.jeraturn which has long existed in the Metropolis of the nation. Free from party trammels and sectarian influences, it will .p^erve a strict neutrality, anl, whilst ?Hiiataining a fearless spirit of indepen ieRce will be devoted, in an especial man n.r, to the local interests of the beautiful />jty which bears the honored name of Wash ington, and to the welfare and happiness of the large 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 its business and trade?to accelerate its i roijress in th...

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. — 21 February 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: ?? MONDAY, FEBRtTAHY 21, 1803. v The Tr?Tclling Snob. ??The learned Smellfungus," s?ys S'crue ? * iu uis sentimental journey, ??travtlUsd Irum Boulogne to Paris?from Paris to Rome and go on; but be set out with the spleen, and every object be passed by ;?as distorted or discolored. lie gave au account of them ; but 'twas nothing but the account of his miserable feelings. I met Smelltuugus in the grand portico of the Pantheon?he was juat coming out of it. 4 '77* nothing but a huge cock //?'/,' said he." Oh, Sterne, this paragraph alone would stamp thee us a sen bible man, even at it stamps Smellfuigus as a Travelling Snob. It is cuiiousto mark one of these Travel ling Snobs, who has written some readable books at home, and designs to come where they have been issued at twenty-five cent.* per volume. Washington Irving or Cullen Bryant mjy roam over Euiope unn ticed or unhonored, but no sooner uoes the Tra\elling Snob set foot upon our t-hotes, than eveiy Sntb...

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. — 21 February 1853

KYENING STA11. Offic# of tho ?* D .ilj Evaniag Star," 6th ,treet south of fen*, avenue. Weekly Calendar. ?*? Days length 11 hours and 4 mimntes. I - i fEBRCART. ? i, 3UU?i ?J "i y Tu?Hd?y ? IT* \VeJl?^*y "4 : I hur Jay dLX. t Rlsi: . JUTS. MOOX RISES. 6.37 6.36 6.31 633 6iLi ??-, Friday i 6-:;o ? Saturday H.? 5 23 b.Jb 5.2 5.28 f?.3> 5.31 4.V) .37 6.1J fait 6 8.07 9.19 j/r. William Tuckkr, sue A at su'ance us he may employ, t* authorized to re cevt subscribers and advertisementt for the ? Ddil'J E tniwJ $tar " f f arsons within# to t* served with the " Evin t><3 ^tir" io /Z lwr< f/ieir names and address at James frll s W vardf Bishop's period.cd sot adjoining tfj/rrfs, A. Tate's near llf/t street, J. Hi:Ws Brown's H ie1, Ja">es ifimer's (*h street. or at Joe S:iilimjU/ri's Q,i*m Hutitling. Also, A. Lamm niTs 7th street. A-ltsrt semen's can he !*ft at the abort p acts. Local A Ifnlrs. The Covchidi?gs.?The aff?ir alluded to iu Fridi v's paper as having taken place the u...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 February 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. m^===7i f' t " * ? A Thriiltug Adventure. A merchant, who, wishing to celebrate bis daughter's wedding, collected a party of her young companions ; they circled around her, wishing much happiness to the youthful bride and her chosen one. Her father gazed proudly on his lovely child, and hoped that as bright prospects for the future m ght open for the rest of his children, who were play ing among the guests. Passing through the hall of the basement, he met a servant who was carrying a lighted candle in her hand, without a candlestick. He blamed her for auch conduct, and went into the kitchen to see about the supper. The girl soon returned but without the candle. The merchant im mediately recollected that several barrels of gunpowder had been placed in the cellar during the day, and that one had been opened. "Where is your candle?" he inquired, in the utmost alarm. "I couldn't bring it up with me, for my arms are full of wood," said the girl. "Where did yGu put it?...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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