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

DAILY EVENING STAR. OL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C.f SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1853. DAILY EVENING star. PUBLISHED EYE&Y AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) Oa 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. terms or SUBSCRIPTION : subscribers served by the carriers at six ...[5 a week, payable weekly. To mail sub .r'oers $3.50 a year; $2 for six months. terms of advertising. r ,? ^vert lines or less. For fourteen lines or less. ?rt i<jii $0 25 ' 1 insertion $0.50 1 u a7V-2 2 " 75 50 ' 3 " 1.00 75 1 week 1.50 ;i* i.oo 2 '? 2.00 .. ;;; _ 1.50 0 44 2.50 .. 2.00 -I '* 3.00 ...15.00 1 year 30.00 VCOUSAGEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! sr?0t$ PREMIUM. VpflE5:?ED as lam with the controlling influence whicii is exrr. ise l by the tine arts upon th? direc ini<l'*stiuy ,,f human affairs, it has liiveu me in uiexvare t> witness the bountiful manner in . n'troa time t time, painting and statuary have encouraged and rewarded by the Councils of the ' UOB. while tbi* acknowledgment is due to the di...

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 April 1853

4m in her arms the little girl who had lost the money. Then I said to the man, "Here is a piece of money which the little girl lost iu the street." The man took the money, and shut the door: but before I got off the steps he came after me, and told me to come back, for the lady wanted to speak to me. So I went back, and the kind lady talked to me, and she took hold of my poor cold hands, and told me to go into a warm room; and when she heard how sick my iaoiher was she sent for some food which she gave me to eat; and then she gave me all these things, and said she would come to see us to-day." "Jane, Jane ! has not God taken care of us ?" said the poor woman. "Oh yes, he has, mother," said Jane. "It was very sinful in me to have such bad thoughts in my heart." Jast then there was a knock at the door, and in came the kind good lady. She had brought such nice things for the poor woman that she was soon well and strong again ; and then, she sent them a load of wood, and gave Jane's mot...

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 April 1853

evening star. v^.Office of the " Daily Evening Star," 6th | South of Penn. Avenne. Weekly Calendar. Days lenyt'i 1*2 hours and 54 minutes. Suuilay Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday ... Frili}* Saturday .... 5.33 5.31 530 5-Jd 5 28 5.27 5.25 6.27 6.29 6.30 6.31 6.32 6.34 6.35 8.43 9.4:3 10.41 11.39 first qr. 0 33 1.23 local affairs. 5,lift ne<ir the Market.?Everj* market day ? -pace near the market is occupied by sons offering goods of various descrip , for s lie at auction. It is the spot for 4 amusement of persons who have no op , rtunity to see Putnam, or hea** Thackeray. i'-is the place where "drops" for the cure ? the toothache arc to be had?where those r are not well "olf for soap," can be sup ej. It is also the place where the rnis r;l5ie "iiud>" of the poor man are offered r vile to satisfy the avaricious desires of ,Nineves of the present day. A list of Is offered by the constables would excite tbe breast of any one but a grasping v.jitor, a feeling of pity for the poo...

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 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. 1776 ACT) 1853. This is a fas' a8e- at loc?motive speed. A century of life is crowded into a year. The last seventy years, almost equal in rapid development of the race, any pre vious thousand years of the world's history. A distingushed writer in the cause of Liber ty, in the Revolution, when surveying our country's future, then attempted to be choked to death by the red hand of British monarchy, said in effect: " Never since the time of Noah, hath a people been placed in our position. The future is in our hands, and we have to begin the business of a world anewNobly has our country fullfilled the saying of the prophetic writer of the Revolution. Let '<o and o3 stand face to face for a moment, and the world will be struck dumb by the miracle of contrast which they present. Or, to bring the matter home more palpably, suppose Wash ington risen from his grave, for a little while and enthroned on the highest peak of the Alleghanies, surveying as with a super natu...

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 April 1853

VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1853. NO. 97. *4 DA1L.Y evening star. Ijjblished zveet aftesnoon, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) [2 6ti street, south of Pen*, avenue, BV JOSEPH B. TATE. terms of subscription : Jabtfribers served by the carriers at six jB a week, payable weekly. To mail sub iberi $3.50 a year; $2 for six months. terms of advertising. ir jtrea lines or less. For fourteen lines or less. *rtion~ 1 insertion $0.50 ... i>r/i 2 " 75 .... 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.IH) 1 yftar 30.00 rjaftASEMSNT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENri $300 PREMIUM. I'P.F.nsED ts I ii?n w.th thi controlling influence is cx-r-isel by th<* tine arts upon thsdirec jaiJe.-itiuy of human affairs, it has given me in insure to witless the bountiful manner in Is. from ti.ne t > time. painting and statuary have fjcouTAgtxi aQ'^ rewarded by the Councils of the a. while thi-? ackn rwledgm;nt is due to the dis i- *nd worthy patrous of thesy no...

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 April 1853

EVENING ST AIL WASHINGTON: mr+9 ? MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1863. - The CABBifcK in Georgetown is au thorized to collect moneys due fur subscrip tions in that place. IKDEPEHDENCS OF IRELAND. We hold it to be one of the future events of history that Ireland will be independent of Great Britain. There are influences at work to secure this great and good result, which it is impossible for ?ngluud to gain say or resist. It is said that Ireland is not ready for independence. The same was said of our own country, when it was composed of colonial dependencies on the British crown. Give Ireland her common scboo's, the thor ough. education of her people, a free press and a public opinion of her own, and her independence is as sure and as glorious as the rising and setting of the sun. We are well aware thai there is much ignorance prevailing at this moment among a large portion of the inhabitants of Ireland. But the latent causes which produce and continue this ignorance can and will be re moved. The...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 April 1853

EVENING STAR. ? <jC2-Office of the " D*ily ETeaing Star," 6th street, South of Peca. Avenue. Weekly Calendar* Days \tnyth 13 hours and 12 minutes. >? 17 16 1J 2) 21 ??> 23 APRIL. 3un<i.?y >load-ij Tuesday \Vedue*day Thursday... Friday Saturday... SUN. RISUS. 5.24 6.23 522 5.21 5.20 5.19 5.1S ScTS. 6.36 6.37 6.33 6.40 6.41 6.42 6.13 -UOOJf KIS?8. 2.07 2.42 3 22 3.54 4.24 453 fall moo a LOCAL AFFAIBS. Rational Theatre.?To-night the compli Dientary benefit to Mr. Marshall, the Lessee of the theatre, takes place, and an excellent bill is presented for the occasion. In addi tion to the National compauy, we are to have Mr. and Miss Riciiings, and a delega tion from the Walnut-street Theatre, of Philadelphia. With this array of talent, combined with the well-deserved popularity of the gentleman to whom the compliment tendered, we have no doubt the Theatre will be fiiled with one of the most brilliant audiences of the season. E&T We have been requested to announce that Mr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 April 1853

DAILY EVENOTG STAR. PASODISS. If a body see a body earrji?g ?ff his wood, Shouldn't a body wham * body, if a body could t [Germantown Emporium. If a body catch a body stealing his old ryz, Shouldn't a body kick a body till he mike i im cry f [Cincinnati Enquirer' If a body find a body in a body's bed, Should'nt a body chokz a body till a bedj 's dead? [Camden City News. If a body spy a body creeping round bis lot, Shouldn't a body treat a body to a lood of shot? [Warwick News. If a body catch a body stea'i lg his "Express," Shouldn't a body sazs a body and try to get redros3? [Petersburg Express. If a body wants a boJy his store to patronixe, Shouldn't a body pay a body money to advertise? [Lynchburg Express. If a body see a body appropriate his h t, Should a body uck a body just f >r doiug that ? Death Warrant of Jesus Christ. Of the mmy interesting reHcs and frag ments of antiquity which have been brought to the light by the persevering researches of modern philosophers, none c...

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 April 1853

DAILY VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1853. NO. 98. DAILY EVENING star. PUBLISHED EYEKY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 0a 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. terms of subscription : Subscribers served by the carriers at six nt3 a week, payable weekly. To mail sub r.bers $3.50 a year; $2 for six months. terms of advertising. r w-vn lines or less. For fourteen lines or less. ?rum $0.25 |j 1 insertion $0.50 50 ? ar 2 " 7 a 3 " 1.00 ..75 1 week 1.50 .. 1.00 2 '? 2.00 .. 1.50 3 44 2.50 .. 2.00 4 3.00 ..15.00 1 year 30.00 ^0 JSASEriENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! $300 PREMIUM. 'IKI> as I am with th<? controlling influence iiioti is ex -r by the tine arts' upon the direc ?iaJ 'iestiny of human affairs, it has given me in cisure to Witney the bountiful manner in tr >ui tim<* t > time, painting and statuary have n .-i.-ouraged and rewarded by the Councils of the i'.a. ?. while this ackmwledg! lent is due to the dis \i and worthy patrons of these nob...

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 April 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: <#? TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1853. JJQP' 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. ftST" The Ca&bixr in Georgetown is au thorized to collect moneys due for subscrip tions in that place. " MORALE OF STRIKES." Man, is in one respect, very much like a pendulum. If you swing him on one side, he is sure to swing himself just as far on the other; and the further you swing him one way the further he will swing himself back again. This is human nature. It is the same in all countries, and with all classes of society. An illustration of it is now presented in the "strikes" of the workmen in the different parts of our Union. The opposition that is made to the just endeavors made by the workingmen to obtain their rights is stimu- J ting them so much the more to persevere in J their endeavors. Capital throws the per dulum o...

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 April 1853

Weekly Calendar. %g- Days length 13 hours and 12 minutes. APRIL SUX. RISES. 17 Sunday J 5.24 Monday j 6.23 Tuesday 5.22 Wednesday 1 5.21 Thursday ; 5.20 Friday ; 5.19 Saturday I 5.18 seis. 18 19 3) 21 .? 23 6.36 6.37 6.3S 6.40 6.41 6.42 6.13 MOOX RISES. 2.07 2.42 3 22 3.54 4.24 4.53 full moon LOCAL AFFAIRS. Marshall's Benefit.?This magnificent en chainment came off last night at the Na tional Theatre, and was attended by one of ti e most fashionable audiences that ever assembled in this city. There were cer tainly over three thousand persons present, ,? r the Theatre was crowded to excess. The performances were the finest that have teen witnessed in this city for a long time, sn-i constituted a rich dramatic treat. The ,.ariicters were well sustained and deserve ei y applauded. Mr. Richings appeared as vr peter Teazle, and sustained the character. jjjs reputation as an actor can never suffer bv his own endeavors to sustain it. He is vi actor that feels and acts his character. \|r3 D...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. ^ [ From the Child's Paper. ] THE FABLE OF THE KAIH-DBOP. There was once a farmer who had a large field of corn; he ploughed it and planted the corn, and harrowed it and weeded it with great care, and on this field he depen ded for the support of his family. But after he had worked so hard, he saw the corn begin to wither and droop for want of rain, and he thought he should loose his crop. He felt very sad, and went out every day to look at his corn, and see if there was any hope of rain. One day, as he stood there looking at the sky, and almost in despair, two little rain drops up in the clouds over his head saw him, and one said to the other, "Look at that poor farmer; I feel sorry for him; he has taken such pains with his field of corn, and now it is all drying up; I wish I could do him some good." "Yes," said the other ; "but you are only a little rain-drop; what can you do ? You can't wet even one hillock." "Well," said the first, "to be sure I can't do much...

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. — 20 April 1853

?EVENING r ? WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1853. DAILY EVENING STAR. PUBLISHED EVEEY AFTEBNOOK, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) Oa 6:h street, south of Penn. avenue, BV JOSEPH B. TATE. terms of subscription : Subscribers served by the carriers at six ,nts a week, payable weekly. To mail sub . nbers =j>3.o0 a year; $2 for six months. tkrms of advertising. r,* ?v?n lines or less. For fourteen lines or less. ..?rtiou- $0.25 j 1 insertion $0.50 , !! 2 " 75 ' ? 50 3 " .. 1.00 75 1 week 1.50 1.00 j 2 " 2.00 1.50 ; 3 4< 2.50 2.00 14 *? 3.00 10.00 I' 1 year 30.00 vt*ar. I73CO ABASEMENT TO AMERICAN POETIC TALENT! $5 00 PREMIUM. t ^PRESSED as I am with the controlling influence [ whici is exercised by the tine :irts upon the direc ; ,;i and destiny of human alfairs, it has given inein pleasure to witness the bountiful manner in . li. frem time t > time, painting and statuary have ij encouraged and rewarded by the Councils of the Ration. tut, while this acknowledgment is due to the dis ? a...

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. — 20 April 1853

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1853. DEMISE OP VICE PRESIDENT KING. While our paper was in press yesterday, but at too late ftn hour for us to suspend the publication, we learned the mournful news of the death of Col. William Rupus King, "lice President of the United States. His arrival in Mobile was telegraphed a day or two since. It has turned out as we then predicted?the distinguished statesman had come home to die. He reached Selma, his place of residence, in the State of Alabama, on Sunday last ; and there, among his friends and kindred, he surrendered up his spirit to the God who gave it. From a brief but interesting obituary in the Union of this morning, we learn that "Col. King was born on the 9th of April, 1786, in Sampson county, North Carolina. After completing his education at the uni versity of his native State, he became a student of law in the office of William Duffy, of Fayetteville. At the age of twenty he was elected a representative of his native c...

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. — 20 April 1853

evening star. Weekly Calendar. ? Days length 13 hours and 12 minutes. APRIL. . sex. BISKS. 17 Sunday 1$ .Monday T uui'day o.j Wednesday 21 Thursday... ?>* Pri??????? 23 Saturday.... 5.24 5.23 5 22 6.21 5.20 5.19 5.18 SETS. 6.35 6.37 6.38 6.40 6.41 6.42 6.13 MOON RISES. 2.07 2.42 3 22 3.54 4.24 4.53 full moon LOCAL AFFAIRS. Shall Xorthem Speculators continue to gov frn the District f?When this question is a?ked it Joes not refer to the laws of this city or Georgetown, but to the business or trade of both places. It is a matter that deeply concerns the citizens, that in those thing? likely to improve the business pros pects of the District the voice of the Nor thern merchant and tradesman is heard with more attention than the voice of truth. The same miserly nature that induces them to contend against giving to the laborer a iioer.il compensation for his work, induces them to cry out when any thing is proposed fortiie real benefit of the District. They are serfetly willing that Was...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 April 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. ? ? ZSSSSS I. THE HEABrS FLOWERS. The human heart is like a garden hedged with thorns. You must pass through the difficult enclosures before you can pluck its blossoms. As one will take most pains to secure a violet that flourishes in a dangerous place?for we are naturally fond of hazard, and prize its treasures by its cost?so the fair growths of the heart, when gained after much seeking, become of exceeding value. They are worth striving after?for where are the flowers with tints so exquisite, with odors so transporting, as those which shoot from the rich soil of the human bosom. It is proper that each one should culti vate his own domains. He who neglects his household is worse than an infidel?and he who neglects his land shall come to want. But we may bestow all necessary attention upon the cultivation of our own fields, and still have leisure to inspire and as sist others. We may raise the blossom that has been beaten down by the storm?we may train the vine t...

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 April 1853

WASHINGTON, D. C? THURSBAY, APRIL 21, 1853. DAILY evening star. PUBLISHED EVERY APTE3W00K, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ; 6Ui street, south of Penn. avenue, BY JOSEPH B. TATE. TERMS 07 SCB8CEIPTI0N : ^scribers served by the carriers at six i:Ji week, payable weekly. To mail eub r<ri a year; -$2 for six months. tsrms of adveetisino. ? ,*ven lines or less on ~ *>-25 vlA , 60 . 75 . 1.00 . 1.50 . 2.00 .16.00 For fourteen lines or less. 1 insertion .$0.60 2 " 76 3 " 1.00 1 week 1.60 2 " 2.00 3 m 2.50 4 ?* 3.00 1 year 30.00 k <1 XUQE&ZXT TO AMEBICAIT POETIC TALENT! 8300 PREMIUM. f^ESdED I Hd with the controlling influence ,-vh ? exercised by the fine arte) upon thedirec . i^tiuy of hum. in affairs, it has given me in U[e;isure to witness the bountiful manner in ; fr-m time t > f im?, painting and .statuary have ?ixurag ? i aad rewarded by the Councils of the while this acknowledgment is due to the dis _ and worthy patrons of these noble arts, it is alE0ur:e of humiliation and sorrow ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 April 1853

evening star. WASHINGTON: ??? THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1853. THE HAPPING HUMBUG. The Cincinnati Star gives the following description of the rapping imposture as at present practiced in the Queen City. It is the same essentially, every where: "The spirit rappers are boasting at their convention in Springfield, of the number of circles they have in Cincinnati. We believe rhese circles will yet be found schools of mischief that will require public attention ; at least some of them. The circles are promiscuous assemblies, where the two sexes meet to hold converse with beings of' another sphere. Those who believe they are engaged in so awful a communication, are often greatly excited, a?d the staid con duct that usually exists in society, is apt to be forgotten. There are not wanting in stances, where cool and calculating villains stir up the wild excitement, to aid their unworthy intentions. It is therefore neces sary that fathers and husbands should watch the proceedings of the circles to w...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 April 1853

Weekly Calendar. JSCS" Days length 13 hours and 12 minutes. APRIL. SUN. MOON RISES. RISKS. ] S?TS. 17 1> Sunday 5.24 Monday. ly j Tuesday 2U ! Wednesday ?21 Thursday... 22 Friday jaturda)'.... I 5.23 5.22 5.21 5.20 5.19 5.18 6.36 6.37 6.38 6.40 6.41 6.42 6.13 2.07 2.42 3.22 3.54 4.24 4.53 full moon LOCAL AFFAIRS. At Work.?The workingmen are at work in good earnest in our city. Weekly meet ings are held by different tradesmen, and all seein disposed to combine lor the general good. It is an old cry among those who are disposed to keep down the price o* libor, that ''Circumstances will always re gulate wages." This is very true where Turkmen "take time by the forelock," and make use of the circur.stances; combining for the purpose of o taining that which justly belongs to them. An increase in the price of the manufactured article seldom briugs an increase to the price of labor. Tiie employer, not the employed, gets the profit. It is frequently an excuse for the increase of prices, ...

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

< ? DAILY EVENING STAR. A Beautiful Tribute to a Wife. Sir James Mackintosh, the historian was married in early life, before he had attained fortune or fame, to Miss Catherine Stuart, a young Scotch lady, distinguished more for the excellence of her character than for her personal charms. After eight years of happy wedded life, during which she be came the mother of three children, she died. A few days after her death, the bereaved husband wrote to a friend, depicting the character of his wife in the following terms: "I was guided in my choice only by the blind affection of youth. I found an intel ligent companion and a tender friend, a pru dent monitre8S, the most faithful of wives, and as tender a mother as children had ever the misfortune to lose. I met a woman who, by the tender management ef my weakness, gradually corrected the most pernicious of them. She became prudent from affection; and though of the most generous nature, she was taught frugality and economy by her love ...

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