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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 11 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1853. NO. 91. DAILY EVENING star. PUBLISHED EVEEY AFTEMOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 02 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. terms of suBscRirrioN: subscribers served by the carriers at six |, its a week, payable weekly. To mail sub -bers $3.09 a year; $2 for six months. terms of advertising. v r?eren lints or less. For fourteen lines or less. ??rtion $025 , 1 insertion $0.50 37>? 2 " 75 3 " 1.00 1 week 1.50 2 ? 2.00 3 ?? 2.50 4 ?? 3.00 1 year 30.00 1 50 1.00 ar.. 1.50 2.00 15.00 i hcOUBAGEHENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! $300 PREMIUM, tfRESSEDas I ain with the controlling influence which i* exercised1/y the fine artu upon thddirec . t u J tl?*> * in \ of human affairs, it has given uih in | ? ..-asure t > witness the bountiful m;iuner in I -..'f.-nii tiTie t > time, painting and statuary have |.i encouraged aud rewarded by the Councils of the Ut'O. ;t. while this acknowledgment is due to the dis ? ...

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. — 11 April 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1853. announcement. TTe are happy to be able to announce that Mr. H. Cameron, Periodical Agent, Todd's Building, has consented to act as the Gen eral Agent for the Daily Evening Star, with reference to soliciting advertisements. Mr. Cameron has good business facilities, and will devote as much of his time as possible to calling on the citizeus of Wash ington, in aid of a daily evening paper, independent cf party. Vie commend him to the patronage of the public. Jgx*?" Julius De Saules having beeu ap pointed Agent for the Evening Star, will call ?n the citizens generaly to solicit subscrip tions. lie is authorized to collect all moneys due for the paper. ??patronage." There is a false impression prevailing with regard to the relation that exists between the editor and his subscribers. Many per sons ac: on the false presumption that the publisher of a newspaper is a mere solicitor of favors, while the reader, with a patronizing air, bestows t...

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. — 11 April 1853

evening star <0- Office of the "Daily Evening Star," 6th street, South of Penn. Avenne. Weekly Calendar. &T Days length 12 hours and 54 minutes. SUN*. APRIL. RISKS. SETS. il Sunday !2 Monday 13 Tuesday 14 Wednesday lj Thur.-day.. lo Fri'l:iv ... i; Saturday i 5.33 5.31 5.30 529 5.28 5.27 5.25 6.27 6.29 6.30 6.31 6.32 6.34 6.35 MOON RISES. 8.43 9.43 10.41 11.39 first qr. 03a 1.23 LOCAL AITAIRS. Congress at Fish Town.?Numbers of our citizens visited Alexandria yesterday for the purpose of seeing the Congress in ses sion at that place. It is not unusual for this body to attend to business on the Sab latli (Jay, but as zhe actual business is to supply the country with fish, it is very ne ce-.-arr that the members should M work while it is called to-day," (for shad and Lerring don't wait for the fisherman,) and tue necessity is supposed to obliterate the sinfulness of the act. Many persons attend there who might be termed "lobby ruem Lrs;"' their business is to appropriate the mon...

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. — 11 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Ike "Inexhaustible Bottle" Explained. gome of the illusions performed at the theatres are of very complicated character, and more than one ruse has to be contrived to mislead, or rather to lead the audience to think differently to what they intend. Tricks within tricks, "veels vithin veels," as Sam Weller says, are worked to render perfect one deception, and thus it is with the bottle trick. "Where on airth does it all come from?" says Mrs. Partington. My dear madam, that's just where it is you are deceived in the least deceptive part of the trick. There is a good deal of decep tion, certainly, but not more than one-half of what you fancy. In the first place, there are the wine glasses; supposing them to be filled, they will not contain more than one-fourth of the quantity of the usual glass. They are, in fact, what I heard our charwoman, Mrs. Pops, call "eight outs;" that is, a gill will fill eight of such glasses. Now a wiue bottle holds nearly eight gills, mak...

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. — 12 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. vi^ WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY." APTtlT, 12 1S5? DAILY evening star. published eyery afternoon, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) 33 6th street, south of PeL.n. avenue, BV JOSEPH B. TATE. XiiKM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION : iabavribers served by the carriers at six Lts a week, payable weekly. To mail sub - bers $5.-30 a year; $2 for six months. terms of advertising. - r ?even lines or less. F ir fourteen lines or less. , ^t-oa -$0.25 li 1 insertion $0.50 ? _ 37]/? 1 2 " 75 .. 50 3 " 1.00 75 1 week 1.50 1-00 2 " 2.00 .< " 1.60 3 " 2.50 .. ~ 2.00 4 u 3.00 15.00 1 j-ear 3000 ?fir fcfCOUBASEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! $3 00 PREMIU3I. 'IPKESSE0 as I am with thm controlling influence vhie>i h ex?rcwea by the fine arts upon rh^direc -adJesuuy ul human affairs, it has given uiein plexsure to witoess the bounriful manner in .. j. from timet > time, painting and statuary have i encouraged and rewarded by tbe Councils of the .;j a. jit. while thi< acknowledgment is due to the dis and w...

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. — 12 April 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: *?* TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1853. ANNOUNCEMENT. We are happy to be able to announce that Mr. H. Cameron, Periodical Agent, Todd's Building, has consented to act as the Gen eral Agent for the Daily Evening Star, with reference to soliciting advertisements. Mr. Cameron has good business facilities, and will devote as much of his time as possible to calling on the citizens of Wash ington, in aid of a daily evening paper, independent of party. We commend him to the j atronage of the public. flgp-jTTLiiTa De Saules having been ap pointed Agent for the Evening Star, will call en the citizens geaeral'y to solicit subscrip tions. He is authorized to collect all moneys due for the paper. SAILING IK THE AIR. We have already called public attention to the wonderful exhibition at Carusi's Sa J?on, and hope it will be very generally visited by our citizens. The Intelligencer states that several gen tlemen of the United States Senate and others, who have seen jthe aerial stea...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 April 1853

EVENING STAR. 93-Office of the " Daily Evening Star," 6th street, South of Penn. Avenue. Weelciy Calendar. Days length 12 hours and 54 minnUs. sux. >? < , APRIL. - MOO* RISES. RISES. SETS. 11 12 13 14 lb 16 17 Sunday 3lond*y Tuesday Wednesday Thursday... Friday Saturday.... 5.33 5.31 5.30 5.29 5.28 5.27 5.'25 6.27 6.29 6.30 6.31 6.32 6.34 6.35 8.43 9.43 10.41 11.39 first qr. 033 1.23 LOCAL AFFAIRS. Wants.?There is no irdividual or com munity that does not want for something, and experience most surely teaches what is wanted. The experience of Washington city Juriug six or eight years, has taught many to believe that the wants of the city are known, and but poorly attended to. Experience also teaches that the city will probably continue to want, so long as the ??Fathers" look for the Mayoralty or long for re-election. What do we want ? We want good police regulations, with a sufficient force of fear less, active, intelligent men to enforce them. We want a Fire Department with s...

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. — 12 April 1853

' daily evening star. Pete Whetstone tad the Mail Boy. Pste Whetstone, of Arkansas, was once travelling on horseback through the interior of the State and called one evening to stay all night at a little log house near the road where entertainment and a post office were kept. Two other strangers were there, and the mail rider rode up about dark. Supper being over, the mail carrier and the three gentlemen were invited into a small room furnished with a good fire and two beds which were to accomodate the four persons for the night. The mail carrier was a little shabby, dirty, mean looking wretch, with whom none of the gentleman liked the idea of sleeping. Pete Whetstone eyed him closely as he asked: "Where do you sleep to-night, my lad ?" "I'll thleep with you, I recon," lisped the youth, "or with one of them other fellars, I don't care which." The other two gentlemen took the hint and occupied one of the beds together im mediately leaving the other bed and the confab to be enjoyed by...

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. — 13 April 1853

WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1853. DAILY evening star. published every afternoon, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) On 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. terms of subscription : subscribers served by the carriers at six ; a week, payable weekly. To mail sub- j . i(.r5 $3.50 a year; ?2 for six months. TERMS of advertising. : r seven or less. For fourteen lines or less. ?li-rtioa S"'25 1 1 insertion 30.50 -it 1 / O a 7^ - <?? ?tr 50 3 " 1.00 75 1 week 1.50 .1.00 2 " 2.00 . 1.50 3 " 2.50 2.00 4 3.00 15.00 I vear 30.00 [\COtJ?AGEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! S300 PREMIUM. ??I??.E.v5ED as I ;un with th* controlling influence which is exercised by the line arts upon the direc ; ini destiny of human affairs, it has given mein L.;- pleasure to witness the bountiful manner in a. from time ti time, painting and statuary have i encouraged and rewarded by the Councils of the ... a while this acknowledgment is due to the dis and worthy patrous of these noble arts, it is uai sou...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 April 1853

upoa a snake?" and only a moment ago he promised to protect her when I am gone," he muttered. " Protection ?" And thus they passed along, and turning into a bye street, they came near their home, which was composed of a single room, up four pair of stairs, in a four story edifice. At the street door they were met by a young woman, plainly, meagerly clad, but with a finely rounded form, and a countenance, not only rich in loveliness, but in all the goodness of womanly affection. It was the artist's wife. 44 Oh, John, I have been so anxious about you," she said, and took him by the arm, and while Nelly held the other, she gently led him through the doorway and up the dark stairs. " Why will you go out when it is so cold?" " I want air, Aunie, air," he returned, in a hollow voice?"and 1 will die on my feet." The wife and sister helped the dying ar tist gently up stairs?gently, sbwly, step by step, and led him, at last, over the threshold, into that room, which was their home. About an ...

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. — 13 April 1853

evening star i^y office of the 14 Daily Evening Star," 6th ;.yeet, South of Penn. Avenue. Weekly Calendar. ?5- Days length 12 hours and 54 mi antes. a?RK~ sun. MOO!? RISES. RISES. SETS. 11 <uu?1hv I 5-33 j 6.27 8.43 Monday 5.31 6.29 ; 9.43 Tuesday | 5 30 6 30 ! 10.41 }; Wednesday o 29 6.31 I 11.39 v. Thursday 5.28 ; 6.32 first qr. Friday , 5? i ; 6.-j4 0 33 :: g.-tt unlay 1 5.25 ! 6.35 ! 1.23 LOCAL AFFAIRS. jTu Gardiner Case.?The Criminai Court := still engaged with the trial of this iin r-riant case. This morning several im : rtant witnesses were examined. Mr. i\riis?e wade a statement to the court relative to the attendance of a witness now r another city; who it is supposed has :,eQ intimidated, and who wishes to be ..ured of the protection of the court while . ;aing from and returning to his present :;jit]ence. The Germania.?The concert of this cele rated society will be given this evening in urusi's Saloon. It may be safely asserted ?li.it the audience will consist almost en...

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. — 13 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. bead, wokk, and study. Yes, young man, read, read and study? earnestly, determinedly, bravely. It is the only way to get along in this rough and tumble world. Who is it that gets station, honor, emolument?who occupies the high and golden places in every community ?? The man who reads, studies, and works of course; it could not be otherwise from the very nature of things. That man who does not read, work and study, wh? is he ? Look at him, whit is he ? Men of sense shun him ! Women of sense cut him! Society ?the virtuous and solid part of it, give him its heartiest kick and properly too ; the man that won't work, read and study has no right to ask the good will and word of any one ; not a bit of it; it's not his due. Where would have been your Washing tons, Franklins, your Whitneys, your Ba cons, your Newtons, La Places, and Hum boldts, and Morses, where a host of kindred worthies whose names are enrolled on the imperishable column of fame, if they had not read, w...

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. — 14 April 1853

DA1L.Y SVENING star. PU3LISHED EVERY AFTE&NOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) ? 0^ street, south of Penn. avenue, Itt' JOSEPH B. TATE. teums of subscription : ? .--.-cribers served by the carriers at six .. wcek, payable weekly. To mail sub ers ?3.30 a year; $2 for six months. terms of advertising. ?r a lin<-5 or less. For fourteen linea or less. 3 1 insertion $0.50 ' 37\A 2 " 75 .. 5<J o " 1.00 75 . 1 week 1.50 UiO 2 44 2.00 " ^ 1.50 5 *< 2.50 2.00 4 ?? 3.00 , ' 15.?iO 1 year 30 00 ?I B|| I,,,--? ? ???-????? irn.w aM ? g BJ?^ -COUKAGEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! $5 00 PitKMIUM. as I hui vrith th ^controlling influence . ;c:i i< ex^r-ise k by the fnii aris upon the direc lU-l i-stiuy of huinan aiTairs, it lias given me in . ; ;;?ur- t.? Witness the bountiful manner in ir<,:u time t? time, painting and statuary have ?acouraged aud rewa.ri.k-d by the (Councils of the . \rliile this acknowledgment is due to the dis is atti i worthy patrons of these noble arts, it is a.I .-"jre...

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. — 14 April 1853

bed, and opening her eyes, gazed at her brother, kneeling by the lighted furnace, with a wild, dreamy stare. ?Then she lay down and slept again. The charcoal burned brightly, its pale blue flame casting a spectral glare over the face of the kneeling man, so haggard and death-stricken. The noxious gas began to fill the room. John rose and went with un steady steps to to the window, and eagerly inhaled the fresh air. Resting his arms upon the sash, he felt the cold air upon his cheek, and looked out and upward?there was the dark blue sky set with stars. "In which of them, I wonder, will we meet again?" he said in a wandering way. Then he tottered from the window to the bed. The air was stifling. He breathed only in gasps. By the bed again, gazing upon them all ?wife, sister, children ? so beautiful iu their slumber. They began to move restlessly in their sleep, and murmur half coherent words, and? "In the Spring time, John, we'll gather flowers" said Nelly. "You'll be better, soon, Jo...

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. — 14 April 1853

evening star. Office of the " Daily Evening Star," 6th street, South of Penn. Avenue. Weekly Calendar. gar Days length 12 hours andiA minnUs. SUN. APBJL. MOON RISES. ? RISES. bits. i:j Sunday 5.33 6.27 5.31 6.Z9 H Monday 1*> juf^JAy..... ,3 Weil ik's lay 14 Thursday 5-28 1^ pri1^}' j o.?c 5.30 5.23 8.43 943 10.41 11.39 first qr. 630 6.31 6.32 6.34 ! 0 33 15 Saturday 1 6.25 t 6.35 j 1.23 LOCAL AFFAIRS. Disorderly Conduct in the Market.?The Oo?e between the Corporation and Mr. Geo. ^ivaae tried this morning before Jus tice M^rscll. Mr. M. II. Combs, who keeps a restaurant on lOlh street aud Pen. ave., testified that upon the morning when the IJie in front of the *'Perseverance" Engine fell to the ground, he with others - fu?hel towards the spot to see if any injury lia'i been done by it, when Mr. Savage j turned to him and said,?,4Vou needn't be :a such x. hurry; that pole has not injure*, or murdered so many as your whiskey Las. Mr. Savage offered no evidence in hia defence; but s...

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. — 14 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Mechanics and Merchants. In looking at the relative position of these two important classes, it occurs to us, tliat there is much more enterprize among our mechanics, as a body, than can be found among our merchants. The last few years has effected a wonderful difference in the relative position of these parties. The mechanics have taken a giant stride in the way to eminence. Look at their mangnifi cent Hail?their School of Desigu?their ad mirable lectures, where the young mechanic is rapidly acquiring a mastery in those sciences which can alone give permanent prosperity to men or nations. Where is onr Merchants' Hall, where are the schools in which the thousand young clerks?the embryo merchants of the future, are learn ing the science of exchange?the great principles of successful trade ? Echo may answer where, but we cannot tell. IIow many of our clerk are qualifying themselvess by enlarged study to become the leading, enterprising merchants of the future. We f...

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. — 15 April 1853

VOL. 1. ; WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 15, IS53. NO. 95. OAIL.Y EVENING star. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTEENOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) [h 6th streat, south of Penn. avenue, BV JOSEPH B. TATE. TERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION : (s^.-criberd served by the carriers at six -.a week, payable weekly. To mail sub [ -ri a year; $2 for six months. terms OF ADVERTISING. .. 7 ii iiues o- less. For fourteen lines or less. - rti n 1 insertion |0.50 ? "1,4 ? - 75 2? 3 " 1.00 1 week i.5o 1.00 2 '? 2 00 1 50 3 " .Vf>0 2-00 4 <? 3.00 .r 1 ywir 30.00 ICO 5BA3EMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! $300 PftEJIIU3I. as I :?m With the controlling influence :(i is i*xer tse i by thr* tine arts upon the direc : of human alftirs, it has given me in to h ltiitss tlw bountitul manner in . t.- > !i time t> time, painting and statuary have ,ar.i^' '1 and rewarded by the Councils of the . ;> thi-i ackn->wl<-dgment is due to the dis ; iu 1 wt rtliy patrons of these noble arts, it is , ,ni -oure> of humi iation and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 April 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: ?#? FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1853. Julius De Saules having been ap pointed Agent for the Evening Star, will call en the citizens generally to solicit subscrip tions. He is authorized to collect all moneys due for the paper. ORNAMENTS OF WASHINGTON. The force of the sarcastic remark of the quaint old orator of Roanoke, that "Wash ington is a city of squalid misery and mag nificent distances"?is gradually wearing away. It is certain that the metropolis is improving?perhaps with as much rapidity and extensiveness as are really desirable. We have poverty here, it is true. But it is by no means as "squalid" as can be found, alas! too readily, in much older cities, and in cities, too, that boast very loudly of their superior merits and advantages. We have still great distances in our streets and squares. But they are not "magnificent^ in any sense that implies reproach, for the pavements, the side-walks, the shade trees, the rows of lights, the omnibusses, the rows en r...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 April 1853

ef! EVENING STAIt. Office of the 41 Daily Evening Star," 6th street, South of Ponn. Avenue. Weekly Calendar. Days length 12 hours and 51 minutes. ? APRIL. < ! ft sex. MOOX RISES. BISKS. S?TS. 10 Sunday ' 5.33 11 ? Monday t 5.31 12 I Tuesday 6 30 13 Wednesday ! 5.29 H | Thursday 5.28 15 Friday ( 5.27 1?; Saturday ? 5.25 6.27 6.29 6.30 6.31 6.32 6.::4 6.35 8.43 943 10.41 11.39 first qr. 0 33 1.23 LOCAL APFAIRS. The Germania.?The concert lust night at Carusi's Saloon, was, as every one expected, attended by a large and intelligent audience. It is hardly necessary to say in Washington that tlie performances of the Germania are first rale, as that, in the opinion of every good musician, unprejudiced by acquain tances from abroad, who are disposed to run down anything likely to generate a taste for pure music is a "fixed fact." There is no humbug about the Germania, for the music they perform is the music as written. Ia most of the concerts now a-days, the intentions of the composers a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. Benjamin Franklin'? Letter to a young lady. The Boston Post gives five copies of un published letters from Dr. Franklin, which were recently found in tnat city. The following seems to have been addressed to a lady with whom he was on intimate terms previous to his marriage, and who was still single at that time: Phildelphia, Oct. 16, 1755. Dear Katy?YoxiT favor of the 8th June came to hand but on the 23d September, just three month after it was written. I had two weeks before written you a long chat, and sent it to the care of your brother Ward. I hear you are now in Boston, gay and lovely as usual. Let me give you a piece of fatherly advice. Kill no more pigeons than you can eat; be a good girl and don't forget your catechism; go con stantly to meeting or to church till you get a good husband, and then stay at home and nurse the children and live like a Christian. Spend your spare hours in sober whist, prayers, or in learning to cypher. You must practice additio...

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