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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 30 March 1853

DAILY EVENlNG~STAR. VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C.. "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1853. NO. 81. DAILY evening star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON1, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) On 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. terms of subscription: Subscribers served by the carriers at six cents i week, payable week!}-. To mail sub bribers $3.50 a year ; $2 for six months. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. v - ,*even liii"s or less. F<r fourteen lines or less. ; |u? rtioQ $0.25 1 insertion >0.50 : - *~Vi 2 '? 75 J ?? jjo a " 1.00 ? *>?< k <5 1 week 1.50 ?' 1.00 '1 " u.oo Z " 1 00 3 " -2.50 4 ?? -' 00 4 '? 3.00 1 veir 1 '.<i0 I year 50 (JO ?N'CUuRAiEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENi! $3 00 PREMIUM. I Mi'uEsSICU as 1 ,un with the controlling influence ^ wnich i- ex-rcisej by the fiue arid upon th.i direc :l iiid-ie'Uny of human affairs, it has given me in ,.[? tii-:isur?- to w.t.ess the bouniitul mauuer in ? . from ti ne t > time, painting and statuary have . ii e.uoaraged and rewarded by t.?e Counc...

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 March 1853

tage, whirled him over his liead into the gulf. M'Pherson himself fell backward, his body hanging partly over the rock?a frag ment give way beneath him, and he saak farther, till catching with a desperate effort it the solid stone above, he regained his : "ting. There was a pause of death-like stiHaeae, and the bold heart of MTherson fell sick and faint. At length, as if com v-led unwillingly by some mysterious feel he looked down over the precipice, f.rant had caught with a death like grip by a lugged point of a rock?his enemy was yet almost within his reach: his face was "urned upward, and was in it terror and ^t?pair, but he uttered no word or cry. Tiio next moment he loosed his hold ; and tho next, his brains were dashed out before the eyes of his hereditary foe ;?the mangled body disappeared among the trees, and its last lieavy and hollow sound arose from the toUulll. M'Pherson returned horae an altered j man. He purchased a commission in the army, and fell bravely in the wars ...

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 March 1853

j^YENr^Gr STALL ,jj:eoftli0 "Daly Evening Star," 6:h f. ijj:a of Pean. Avenuo. Weekly Calendar. rn ..lenjVt 1- hours and IS miintcs. J 5 48 \ it-'*! c 17 rt.hio^y ? hJf^*y 9.29 10 45 11.53 6.13 la<t qr. 6.4 : 1.0<3 5.41 ! 0.16 206 5.4J 1 t>.17 i 2.57 Local AlfAirtt. - /;?/;*? r f IIish.?This is a game that j ,.lSJS 1111.M till; among folks that i 1 ! v understand, or have uo chance ! ? J t*,lL' V j . ;t C >nstables are supposed to have j kcowledge ?* **-? 5l,1(^ sire aceused of ? it :u jre than other folks. We do not t j jeny that the game is played in .i>: . Oil, no! For we believe that - biervance ol' the old proverb " a still ,ue is tae sign of a wise head," is a sure .tijaof a successful oilicer. The win .>f this gitu5 are calle l "'tush money,1 ?Vivs is the loss to the same party j'-T uzvtrloses his cash by it; though, ./.if, lie is apt to lose his commission; iiiculrv is to catch him. \ reporter of local news often catches a ;pe Lulling" for not playing this ...

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 March 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Avardi of Cite Metropolitan Mechan Ica* Institute. [Continued.] Dr. Maynyard, Maynyard's primer, rank first?medal. United States arsenal, Washington, Sharp's carbine, rank first?medal. Ames & Co., Chiekopee, Massachusetts, sabres, rank second?first diploma. C. II. Munck, duelling pistol, rank second ?first diploma. United States Navy Yard, Washington, E. Hidden, New York, cannon lock, rank first?medal. United States Navy Yard, Washington, J. A. Dahlgren, cannon lock, rank second? first diploma. % George Wilmuth, miniature ship, rauk second?first diploma. L. H. & G. C. Schneider, stand of signal bells, rank first?medal. H. W. Herbert, scull propeller, rank sec ond?first diploma. A. Bond, scull propeller, the best on ex hibition, but not having been entered for competition, no award can be made on it. Colonel Wm. Doughty, mechanical draw ings, rank first?first diploma. Jabez Stine, spring buoy, rauk third? second diploma. Arnold submerged propeller?first di...

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. — 31 March 1853

YOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1853. daily evening stab. PUBLISHED EYERY AFTEBNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) On. 6t'a street, south of Penn. avenue, BV JOSEPH B. TATE. terms of subscription : Subscribers served by the carriers at six ceats a week, payable weekly. To mail sub * bribers '$3.50 a year,; $2 for six months. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. F<* seven lioes or less. For fourteen lines or less. 1 insertion $0.25 ;i 1 insertion to 50 2 " - 371< 2 .... ,, 3 " 50" 3 *lxA . . 00 jj 3 - LOO ?, T , ;j 1 week? 1.50 3 l.oO 4 " ... ? 2.00 4 li.OO 3 " 2.50 i. 3.00 1 yt-'W 1-S.1HJ 1 year 30 00 ENCOJSAQEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENi1! $3 00 PREMIUM. IMPRESSED as 1 ?m with thecontrolling influence which H ex-rdsej by the line area upou indirec tion and Jestiuy of numau affairs, it has given me in Uiut- pleasure t. w.t.esa the bounitul manner in whicb, from timet ? time, pointing and statuaiy have l-een encouraged and rewarded by tue Councils of the N a ti jU. but, while thi* ackmwl ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 March 1853

_ EVENING STAP ^ " ? WASHINGTON ?? THURSDAY, MARCH 1853 The N ew York Aj>/0,nt,n*nt?? The selection of 5*"ator Dickinson for the important pos* ?{ Collect<>r, has given general satisf8cfJt,a great masses of the Democr^/ PT6Per that hail from the goodly citf0^ ^*?tbam. The Fresi^ent? by such a selection, has prov^ ' he is a President as is a Pres jjettu" The appointment of the Honorable Oorad Swackhammer, for Navy Agent, was ? most judicious selection, and a gentleman of his high personal character will give much satisfaction in his new position. Mr. S. was the editor and proprietor of the Williamsburg Independent Press?served in the Legislature, and built up that city by his labors on the press. Meagher and the Press. It is pleasant to know, notwithstanding a portion of the press of this country has most shamefully villified Meagher, the young Irish orator and patriot, that he is receiving the good wishes, kind words and hearty at tentions of the public, wherever he goes. I...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 March 1853

EVENING STAR. (iC*-Office of the "D*ily Evening Star," 6th street, South of Penn. Avenue. weekly Calendar. Dxys Iznjth 12 hours and 18 minnt&s. 2S 29 30 SIX. MARCH. ________ MOOJC RISES. RISES. Sunday 1 5.51 Moad iv 5.50 Tuesday ' 5 48 5.47 5.46 5.44 5.43 W'tKlnesday 31 Thursday ... 1 ! Friday 2 Saturday.... SETS. 6.09 6.10 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.16 6.17 9/29 10 45 11.58 last qr. 1.06 2 06 2.57 Local Affair*. Business.?Our merchants and mechanics all appear to be busy this morning. This is what we like to see, as we despise "dull times,'' when the merchant and his clerks can afford to sit upon the Counter, and con Terse for hours upon outside matters. We like to see them busily engaged stlliug their goods to paying customers. When we see the mechanic at his daily labor we know he is satisfied, and bis satisfaction gives us pleasure. Upon the daily toil of the indus trious mechanic, the "daily bread" of mil lions depends; and when the mechanics child kneels beside its little bed, and a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 March 1853

35 tm DAILY EVENING STAR. Awards of the Metropolitan Aleehauk Ics? Institute, [Continued,] J. O'Neil, Ohio, atmospheric lever churn, rank first?first diploma. R, H. Harrison, churn, rank second sec ond diploma. Mr. Crowels, by W. F. Coyle, thermome ter chum, rank third?second diploma. Dr. O. Reynolds, by J. C. Barrett, non swarming and dividing bee-hive, rank first ?first diploma. Johnson & Smith, smut machine, rank first?first diploma. Massachusetts Shovel Company, shovels, rank first?medal. A. B. Patterson, Michigan, model thresh er and separator, rank first?first diploma. M. H. Stevens & Co, silk hats, rank first ?first diploma. W. B. Todd, silk hats, rank second?sec ond diploma. W. B. Todd, white otter hats, rank firat ?first diploma. W. B. Todd, military hats and caps, rank ?rst?first diploma. W. B. Todd, furs, rank first?first diplo ma. F. Mattingly, silk hats, rank third. F. Mattingly, caps, rank first?first di ploma. J. T. Evans, :aps, rank second?second diploma. W. ...

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

VOL. ?. WASHING I OX, D. C.. FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1853. NO. 83. D \ 11. Y EVENING star. j-jy.lilSD EV31Y AFrSRNODS, (EX KIT SUNDAY ) 02 G:'i Str33t. south of Pana. a7enus, 151" JOSKi'll li TV IK. i T';k is of MJBscuirriov : ; S ri'? serve.! hv the carriers a' six .. t gree'<. (?ny ib'.e weekly. To hi ?il sub- ; -'n*ri $ > *? * x ve?r; i?2 lor six m mtbs. tkioh of aovektising T ? v ii ?? F r I'o ir eeii i ies or less. j 5 > "J-"? ! iu< r ion >U oO ! ' -7*4 ! " 75 r.u " l t?o 7*> ! 1 wreck I 50 ' " ...! '.??;? : ?? .. ~ l *>o ! ?? im J.'HI i ?? :i.OO , r 1 . 0 ! Ve r ?il i JjtA i\> iiC^N ^JfillO i CiLiN : S3 JO Pit; tULMI. : .1 .???? -O ? i ? ?? # Ji ill \*usiti-t> In? :i:flu-inc. t ?.i.vr i i* i'-t r !>?* ? by I* ? ti i ? r ji a,?o i ti ._ip*r a i ? i 'J ''I " i'U i ? aif i .?*. i l?.4- .iiea in i i v-a ? i ?v i e.-s in' it <un i u. iu >U'i r i ii ?.. ;r > i i '?* t ti a*, ("i ti n aud -tt.it.i1 y fi t*' c ,0 if .0 *1 .1 1 1 IvS^M.'i ?i 0/ l..? v OU...

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

EVENING star. WASHINGTON: FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1853. Local Improvements. ?The rapid growth and progress of Wash ington, within the last few years in parti cular, and the unmistakable guaranty, which we have in the shape of our large public buildings, as to the determination of Congress to continue it as the Capital ol the Nation, has directed public attention a good deal to the subject of local improve ments. Among the most desirable would be that of a railroad track from the Capitol to the White Heuse aud thence to George town. It would have the effect to completely connect both places, and facilitate inter course considerably, running at certain aud stated hours. There are innumerable argu ments in favor of a Railroad of the de scription we refer to. Rapid intercourse, above all other advantages fills up space and concentrates the population in wards and dis tricts. Harlem, an outlet of New York city, is crowded with business men, who are at all times within ten or twelve uiiuutes of ...

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

evening star ;3-Office of the "D^ily .Evening- Star," 6th sr:eet, South. of Pean. Avenue. Weekly Calendar-. Day a UnjLk hours and 18 minnttz. sux. R13LS. ar.Xi. MOON IUSES. ?H Sunday 5.51 6.09 ; 9.29 MoaJiV , i 6,10 """ XaeslaV-. 5 4S ! 8.12 10 45 11.5S last q r. 1.06 21)6 Saturday 5.43 6.17 2.67 Witlnt.-'ilay 5.47 ?.13 V i fjur-Uay ' 5.46 1 6. 4 3i f ml iy ' 6.44 6.16 Local AflTiirs. Binding for Xejroes.? This, judging .vm w'aAt we saw and heard this morning, - $ become a money making business. It reouireil by our laws that when a negp-o -ne3 into this city to reside, lie shall give :?.:urity that he will not become a charge tj the corporation. In order te get the 4P,ar-j?v, a n^gro will pay a liberal fee to i ;.,-ne one f^r his services. W e have heard i luiutei that such a game was played; but j | jja morning were perfectly satisfied that I :-zr?os helped very much to increase the .?cjoie of certain men. A negro was taken :he wntch Louse fast evening. The ques ti, aa asked him he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 April 1853

DAILY EVEiVlNXx STAR. Award* o/tta^ Mttropolluu Jfeclwu le?* iualliw?e. [Continuul.~\ C. C. Rheiobardt & Co,, turgii-al nnd den tal instruments, deposited by T. C. Mclutife ?me i*I Julio North, trusses f r hernia, deposited by Prof. C. Page, rank fir*t?first diploma. B. Frank Palmer, artificial leg, rank first ?medal. J. S. Gallagbe ', jr., India rub ber air cushioned cru'cbet, jank second?first di ploma. William Wurdenmann, surveying instru ments, rink first?Didil. John Burt, solar c< mpass, made by Wm. Y"ung, Philadelphia, rank second? first di ploma. F. W. & It. King. cn?e of J-urve^ing In struments, made by Fahrens & A.hieUln, New Yoik, rank third?second pl??ma. A. I). Lache, L. st;iud>rd wi*i?hfs and measures, made at tht- U. i.fficc of weights and measures, rank first?meil .1. J. Sword, tun dial, rank third?second diploma. D G. Well?. parts of marine steam-engine ar.d clock movement, made at the Novelty Works, N. Y.?medal. II. U. Morrel!, parent timepiece?m d...

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

VOf" '? _ _ WASHING I ON, D. C.. SATURDAY. APRIL 2, 1S53. N0. 84. D \1IjY evening star. PJ3_I33E!> EV31Y AFTERSODN, (EX TEIT SUNDAY ) Oa 6s'i streafc. south of Pana. avanuo, liV JOSE I'll 15. TATE. TSRMS OF MI BSCU(FTION : vib^'ri-*???*? served by the carriers at six ,,a t week, pay ib!e weekly. To m.til sub -.r;jKM "j-i .oJ ? year; >?J Tor six months. TCll.HS Of A I) VFKTISINO. : ,r*r-n o less. F ? ionreen iji?-s or Irs*. ?v-rt^iu 5 *-^ 1 ius r ion -JO 50 * l4 - " 75 5o 14 1 i?j 75 I week I 50 ? ?.0?? J - j.00 - 1 50 ? { " 2.50 ??M I - 3.00 I U I ve r ?*..? o ? vjCJJiA f J \MijtICAN r'Jij.TIC TiLiiN ! S300 IMKttlC.U. > I ? u u- u tti couti-:* lin* in flu-mo ?.i.c 11- ex r i** ? by t'* ti.i ? .r a ii4?o.i ti -..ireo , j I W'U.I; ul ?fJlU 4 * aiT 1 rt, i llit- _iv'C:l lU j | t?.Msav t ? *' t ess in * hmuu i ui uiiu'i r in , ir<) a i ?o t ? ti ti aud sut.i. y ha* , L- ,?oar ^ d a row* <i d uy i .c \_ou.iti ? ot the ,.u <il. i 4-ui e t! i- nr ii rt ! d.:m -nt is J ie ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 April 1853

* EVENING STAK. WASJUNUTUN: SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 18v3. L fttW ImrclitivUft. Among the innumerable inventions of th* d:ij, 1 here are ibic? now t>eiug exhibited at the Capitol, which oie erni ently Worthy ol public attention. Sevetul Senatuis and visitors have been atiractcd l?y the novelty of these inventions, nnd their design am. utility will ultimately render their adop tion essentially necersary. There is, first, the invention of Mr Heu rv Johnson, a m;>st curious and extraorditia rv mode of taking the ??yeas and na\V in Congress, the State Legislatures, or else where, simul aneousfy. It is ati invention not so complicated as one w>?uld imagine, and so constructed as to enable the Senator or member, without rising from his seat, to telegraph, by touching a small spring attach ed to his desk, his vote to the SacretaryV desk. In fact we can give no better des cription of it than to state that it possesses all the qualities, without the talking power, of the telegraph itself,...

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

KV.vN'lXJ- SIW.lt tia 4i> ily dvtsiag 4ur," di **e A?* Avaau3. Weekly l'?te <t?l <? r. tf &1 J* i- '?u/u/ ;8 a-i . nte.t. xiocn. MS. Ri*~S. i..To. 10 JN aijjES. 5.) I i?> i?i y ?rt iJ-?4 y ?fv I'ljijs Jity >!> W ?V -tliie-tlny 5 17 . har-?Uy i t-vliy. 5.14 ?> iituriij 5.*^ b.oy ! y ja 6.1 J r>.12 6.ia 6. 4 6.16 6.17 lo 4) U.oS la>t .-^r. l.U<j 2 i-G 2.37 ggjf.Jiut's De Saulks having been ap ?.)iule<l Agent fur I he L'cenirij Stur for that r,rrof tiie eitv embracing the Nivy Yard 1 4 1 l-U .b wil' ca?' *s| and so'ieit subscrip ,;.H*in tho^e districts. He is also muiIi r j f.> c ill^t a" I moneys due f?r 'he paper. (jucnl ?>.-<ij.?H ? * giad iic young he irts when . Uutln-r E irth " begins to mike up her ;r tUjie i f ?er lure ! What anticipations o' leisure, ?>!' bright in ly days, pic nic-, ex c ;rsi'??S *?ails, an l j ;t i i*. Ev -u now !;?jie \> riies are firmim; to e< j ?y the fair ,i,\3 .m l all seem to think there is a happv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. Award* ?rthe Mrir?polHtu Mtchau 1cm' 1 li?t 11 at ?? [Cuntmufd.] D Campb?'li quill emUfssed silver mount ed coach harness, rank first?medal j) Campbell, military paddle, bridle, va lise, &c., rank first?medal. D. Campbe.l, coach and riding whips, made by I'earsm & Siallada, Puiladolpnia, rank first?medal. D. Campbell, trunk, Benjamin Audrews, Philadelphia, rank first?medal. D. Campbell, spring irUuks, llicky&Co , Philadelphia, rank first?medal. T. Jeukin, Georgetown, lady's saddle, rank first?first diploma. T. Jenkiu, Georgetown, buggy harness, rank first?first diploma. J. E. Cox, calfskins, harness, and bridle leather, rank first?first diploma. II. Allen, water proor, mail bag, and life preserver, rank first?first diploma. George A. Crouse, somer.et saddle, rank first?first diploma. J. C. Shafer, morocco s'iins, rauk first? first diploma. F. B. Lord, trunk and valise, made by J. E Brown, rank second?second diploma. F. A. Lutz, buggy harness, rank fir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 April 1853

top <vmmm - .i -?????? jv. ?*?<*?? ? ?' * V f A /I VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C? MO X DAY, APRIL 4, 1853. 1 u t $ i NO. S5. DAILY EVENING star. PJ3LIS3ED EVSZY AFIE3S00N, (EX 'EIT 8 UNO AY.) j2 6ft street, south of Penn. avenue, ISV JOSEPH B. TU'tS. TKKMS OF ftl,'B3CRII'TIOS : ^ih'Cri^iT-} served by tlie carriers ,V sir i *eek. payable weekly. To mail sub ..oer, ~y* * year; for six month*. TKRHS OF AOVKUTISIVU f -n lin-j* ?>; less. F r four'ueu !iu<? or $? 1 ins r ion $0 50 _lT 1/ 9 ?? ?? 1 ^ - 40 50 I 44 1 <H) 75 1 week 1 5o '.W ,f i ?? j.00 1 :4i , 'i ** 2.50 - 00 4 '* 3.00 1 "'.Hi I VM>,r 30IM ... rtioii i i ?.CuoSAiiEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALfc.Nl! Sj?o PiiKUiu.n. ?i-i"/1> if I t u w fii th contro Jin? lnfiit?;nce ? !,.? 11< r ise by t" ? fi i ? -iT upon h ? .jin-c uil i-? Jny "f Oaint > aff.?i<-H. ii. ha-> _ive>i ui i i '1 t? Wit ess ill - l? tin i u) ui.iti'ii r in ?:t. i"mn\ fi t ti a-*, p i ti /ami st to ? y ^Kfiaf Ss ?J Mid rewanhd by t .e ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 April 1853

was passing in Poland. Waula anxiously ? *?- ?. expected some question?at least a woid, a sign. Ladislas was silent, or spoke ouly of tbe affairs of the colony, the adventures o1 the chase, and tbe price of furs. The soldier listened with a downcast air. At lengih, seizing the arm of bis Colonel, be exclai ?ie ', '?Ladislas Pagorski, bast thou ceased to be a man f" "What mean you by that ?" "You have not asked me a single ques tion respecting the affairs ?-f Polai.d." "Wherefore should we speak of a country which we shall never see again ?" The veteran turned to d??ub', but Wanda detained him. L-idi&las seemed quite una ble to comprehend bis susceptibility. The old man's brow crimsoned with indignation, and reproaching Pagorski for bis apathetic indifference, he btgau to describe tbe pan? sc'nvo ton idea, which, duiing the past year, had iuude great progress in Poland. IK spoke of the hundred millions of iiiImi ot Sclavonic extraction, who, scarcely kuoan iu Europe, aie disptrse...

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

llVfJ-V-XJ ST A It. ^ of lid 'D .iiy iv3tar," tfu j:rjjt, dOitil of t'OJn. AVdilUQ. Weekly Cmeadnr. [).ijs UajVi 11 k.tars and 30 n.i " 'fSUN. Ap IL. ? ??' MOON RISES. / j | I T sa.i i-y 5 4 Io.mI y a-1 ? 1 f.|e.-Uy ?' OJ \ .liKJ^Uy ; 5 38 ; ? h ir 'l*y 5 ? < ? if' i'i O' I , iiturliy 5.34 6.24 ti 18 6 JU *>.21 6.J3 6.-5 i 3.3# 4 15 4.44 oil ft.ii i 6 6 7.44 jgy^? Julius Dk Sxitlks having been ap ?, tinted ^i5e,,r fjr l'le Eceuinj Sl tr tor that ( rt of fie city embracing the Navy Yard .1 [,].i .1, cull -;i an 1 so icit su'oscrip i:? in tto^e districts. He is also au h r ?.L,\ t>> collect rt'l moueysdue f?r 'lie paper. Lwcnl \fTiir?. Oir d'.'t 07ice.ru. ? We ire nor of the si.rt t, ^rumble sit officer* who discharge their .lutj faidifnlly. It is only those who neg ;..cr tlieir duties, or are themselves guilty of vi ?liti'?i?j of law, who we despise, and hold uphefore the community. Theoffijers v>f t hi - ,? ,rjM>riti<>n are a little better than the ofii ,vrs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 April 1853

c DAILY EVENING STAR. Award* of th? Mechau te?f lumtltniv, [Continued.] E. W. Carpenter, improved bench plane, rank first?first diploma. F. J. G<?uch, bench plane, depaMtcd by G. II. Newton, rank second?second diplo ma. W. P. Webb, improved plough plane. W. P. Webb, two single plough plane?, rank first?first diploma. E. W. Carpenter, single plough p'ane, de posited by McClure, rank second?second diploma. F. J. Goucb, two spirit level-, deposited ty G. II. Newton, rank first?first diploma. Joseph Strickler, boring m idline, depos ited by J. II. Sherman, rank first?first di ploma. E. W. Carpenter, double filester plane, deposited by McClure & Co., rank first? first diploma. Mr. Leland, bit stock, rank first?seconJ diploma. Henderson Steel and File manufactory, v * case of files, rank first?medal. B. Shineman, handrail planes, deposited by S. R. Seihert?ffrst diploma. Wheeler & Peck, case of American cutle- J ry, rank second?first diploma. Lampson, Goodenow & Co., case o...

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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