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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 August 1853

??????i?? DAILY EVENING STAR. Webster'* SunrJe Requiem Bell. " The steeple hell, in sharp and sadden rinf, Broke on 'Jw stiilncw of the Pahbaih mom, And then, in -olemn, iwimkX strokes it tolled ? The mortal ycam of an immortal ?oul." In many of the country towns of New England, the good old custom of an nouncing a death by the church-bell, is still preserved. At sunrise and sunset, the bell announces who have died since the rising and setting sun. The bell is first rung rapidly, as if to call attention, and then there is a pause, following by some strokes to denote the sex of the de parted; and, then, a regular tolling of the years. In this mainer, the whole village and town arc made acquainted with death's ravages: and, from a familiar acquaint ance with the people, and a knowledge of who are sick, the particular person dead is indicated. Those beautiful hours of the day, in which so much delight is taken in viewing the setting and rising sun, in its effects upon the earth and sky...

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. — 26 August 1853

THE EVENING STAB n htlishep kverv iminooif, (Eicsrr ?-?day,) M IK* Slu Offire, on D street, nrrrr VHh, nearly oppo site the Irrwg Hotrl, B t \V A !, L A t' H & H O P E. To eitb-Tribrmri tliecitifv of Washington, Ch'Qrs* fn\*n, unH Alexandria, at *3 12 per annum, pay al?le?SLX t'KNTS?Wffklr to the Af'i't*- To mail Mib-uiJw-r* the suS?cnf>ti"n price i? THREE 1 rx U.r. A 'S AND FIFTV CENTS a v.-arin mfrar^r. I TlTo I>< ILL \RS fur SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THRLE MONTHS. Sihole copies ??1K CEirr. EVENING STAR. VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1853. NO. 208. * Sat?i of AdvertJiicg for adxmlweata y_. * . g-j. per Hiu?rt' will h? fiiit** f"* L .. cent* per mn?rf earto mt?<'<|#?iitiri TEN LINES *n lees cwurtituU * muare. If an advMtinnwnt oxrrcd? a ?quarr, Uir PTirr will he in e*a?t proport n. TIIE WEEKLY STAR. An Excellent Family and W.4SH / V(i TON NE WSPAPER. Prirr * 1 .J.5 j?rr annum. & rtOPt, Proprietors rtf Ifte Wwh iugt- n Wit) E?e?nn; Sfar, ...

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. — 26 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 26. KJ"Tke large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium i.t the District. It has more readers m (he cities of H ashvigton, (Jeorgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington ilaihes combined. 8. M. Pettenoill & Co., Newspaper Adverti.iinp Agents, are the authorized Agents to receive adver tisements and subscriprion for the at tlie same rati s as required at this other, and their re ceipt* are regarded a* payments. Their office* are at NEW YORK, 122 Nassau Street. B< >STi IX, 10 Slate Street. [C7" To Correspondents.?Every mail brings us several communications " for the StarMost of them are unaccom panied by the names of the authors, which accounts for the appearance of but few in our columns. We have made it an invariable rule to publish no communica tion without the author's name. It would be well, therefore, for those who desire to remain incog., to remember this fact, 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. — 26 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. CITY ITEMS. <J,ration to Ho use keeper*.?A correspondent desire? us to caution the public against the ^mfxviition of an individual traveling our greets wi'h a package of vials containing an ? ,,eid mixture. whi.-h he offers for sale for tho purpose of. leaning brass door-plates, knob?, hell-pulls, and other brass work, assuring purchasers that it will make the article look like stfrer, and that it will retain its brilliancy for several days, even if exposed, and for a much longer time if not exposed; when the fact is, it will only last about an hour, after ! wh:ch the brass looks worse than before. We |V?'V e the public the benefit of our friend's caution; remarking that it will bo the fault of the readers of the Star if thev suffer thein to l?e imposed on by this mixture?that in if they think it an imposition, for some use it. knowing its true charaetcr. t T"' Dramatic Association at Cant si's.? *>ur visit to this hall of amusemement last I evening was one...

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. — 26 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAB. The Musician and his Mistress. Contemporary with Salvator Rosa, was the celebrated Alessandro Stradella, re markable not less for his romantic and tragic history, than for his musical ge nius. While yet a young man, and hav ing acquired a great reputation at Venice, he was employed by a nobleman of that city to give instruction in music to a young lady of noble birth named Ilor tensia. She had been seduced from her family by this nobleman, with whom she was living, when Stradella was intro duced to her acquaintance. She was beautiful and accomplished; and, not withstanding her unhappy fall from vir tue. must have possessed estimable as well as amiable qualities. A mutual passion sprung up in the minds of the instructor and his pupil, and they agreed to fly together from the house of her se ducer. The enraged Italian, on discover ing their flight, determined that nothing but their death should satisfy his ven geance : and hired two bravos w ith in structions to fo...

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. — 27 August 1853

THE EVEN IN 0 STAB 11 rmicJitn tvztr ipttrxoo*, (kxc?i?t J/M? ! * OjUf. or, D 'trerl. near 12<A: ntarlyoppo rite l\t Ircing Hotel, Br UALLACH & HOPE. To of Washington. Georfn 2^. ^^na' ,(wf 12 ?*r jbnum. p"v ?H?v-MX CENTS ?weekly tn the A?. nti. To " THREET ih?> suh*rripti?/TT prire i* THREE Si/ i AND USTY CENTS a year in advance, ti?OW?LLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE p.iLI.AJt i-r THREE MONTHS. Su.au: copieh ,V1? ct"t. VOL. II. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2 THE WEEKLY STAR. An Excellent Family and WAS H I*G TOX NE WSPA P KR. j Price *t.'AZ p**r milium. \V AI.LACH 4- IKlPE, Proprietors of the Wash- | mat n City E'-eninz Slur, will issue the first number j their WEEKLY STAR "it the fir-t Thursday in I d*p< ember, 1853. Tbb*":? fl.25 cents per -m^If copy. To Club*, ' five fOpiM <"or ; trn copies for $8.00; twenty ! rnnies, *1 "i.OO; cash, inrariably in ad vane r. l b.- WEEKLY STAR will be printed on a double uteri. anJ wJ1 <"nnta'n ,nore information concerning ! wlmt ro.iv lit e...

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. — 27 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 27. --y The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium i) 1 the District. It h-is more readers in the citics of Washington, Georgetown, cr d Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. S. M. Pkttesgii.i. Sl To., Newspaper Advrrtwtaf Ap?nt?. are the authorized Agent* to receive adver tisements and subscription for the at thf <ame rat* s a? required at thij office, and their re cfipti are regarded as payment^. Their offices ?r< at NEW YORK. 122 Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. Th? Mormons in Utah These people, and their institutions, ar< destined, sooner or later, to give the Gov ernment nnd citizens of the United State! mjch trouble, and it is high time tha publi? opinion was duly and fully awaken ed to the necessity of the adoption o some prudent settled governmental policy with reference to them. Brigham \oung who is virtually their sovereign, (his wil...

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. — 27 August 1853

MLY EVENING STAR. j CITY ITEMS ?r*r?f 0K of H oo^trard.?Tbia day tbc ' [ ? Marshall. J D Hoover. Esq.. read the ' jrttb warrant to Daniel T. Woodward, con- I vx*d of the murder of his wife. Woodward ;,<rd it with ? subdued .pirit and submit m ! the b* He still Says he did not kill hjj rri Mi^hil iloorer performed the dntv , -fc proper Ming, and exhibited a dhT^{ j ? unexceptionable in the manner of pr0 II- will carry into effect the re ,]tym*ni3 of the law faithfully and hnuianely ^JUr. Mr Scrivener, of the M. ?. Cbare'b I" Vr C',x- "f llc * P Chnrch. Geonre to*?-lin'' C Smitb. of the Pre*byi! ?er,tii Church, attend him daily iu Mnrntgomt ry Guardx?Pt oposed Visit. ?iwl!ent and popular corps have it un- ! jtrcontemplation, we understand. to visit the ' n-itimnre on the 12th of September. eitt of Baltimore on . rain Key the commander of the company. I ,??c.ver.?rrrf the battle of North Point. , t'ipiM" ? - - of the venerated author of the son<? : -1 v'U O j iuced by tiiat event...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR, | . ... ? J No Sabbti-h and the Working Clawes. In a "Prize Essay on the Sabbath," written by a journeyman printer of Scot land?which for singular power of lan guage anil beauty of expression has never been surpassed?tL re occurs the follow ing passage. Read it, and then reflect for awhile, what a dreary and desolate page would this life present if the Sab bath were blotted out from our calcula tions : "Yokefellow ! think how the abstrac tion of the Sabl?\th would hopelessly en slave the working classes, with whom we are identified. Think ol labor thus going on in one monotonous and continuous and eternal cycle?limbs forever on the rack, the fingers forever plying, the eye-balls forever straining, the brow forever sweat ing, the feet forever plodding, the brain forever throbbing, the shoulders forever drooping, the loins forever aching, and the roiltss mind forever scheming. ? Think of the beauty it would efface; of the merry-heartedness it would extin guish: of ...

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. — 29 August 1853

THE EVENING STAR i< rr?u?Hrn ivaar ArrER-roo.s. (except smDAT,) jt iv Sj Office. on D <trct. nrr.r 12M, nearly oppo rJe the Irving Hotel, r.r WALLACH ?c HOPE. Ti>FT|S???rib?T5intf?^r:?iwofH**5hincton Ger,r~. i in, a?H ,U?*T*n?fn?. nt *J |? ^ ,?";' e0rp^ ^,x ckst*-w...vr, f?r r?.iil mlK. ^rs ?h? *nh*criprion dj;c*? i tiippp Ih.LLAn-AST* FIFTY CENTS , vLrjn ',,KKE rtrofx'I.LARs fur HIX Months' nn^OYF rv >? f ABthr TIIEPF M(fV'ra?i |> >LL.AR ?or Tlir.EE MO\ n5K riBTT. fl??. Single copish VOL. II. ^ ^ JL JL J WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, AUGUST. 29, 18S3. Bates of Adwtiiiiig. *- - #<? Wi I aquair 5 tveeka. . 0 75 i aquar* 3 wceha, 1 00 1 ?qu^jr 1 month, - I i',,1 *quare 3 month#. - 1 .V- I aquare ft montha. m i*' -,r, - 1 75 t Mjuare 1 yrar. V* 00 For artrerturm^ni, .nrrn* <1 or>c? a meek. 50 ccnta per ?qu.'.r? will br rlmrcrri for the firai, and Ti)% rent-' per squirt for eaeh nuNN-qucrt inaertior. TEX LINES or lew conrtitule a aquare. If an idvritMvwnt frpfji ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 August 1853

daily evening stab. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 29. 'The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetoicn, mid Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. P. M. Pette*qill & Co., Newspaper Advertising \gent<?, are the authorized Agents to receive adver Mwments ?nd subscription for the "Star," at the *!une rat? s as required at this office, and their re ceipts ar? regarded as payments. Thtir offices are at NEW YORK, 12i? Nassau Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. The Pacific Railroad. This question is hourly becoming more involved. The prevailing impression that it is *ow questionable what may be the eventual position upon it in which the Administration will present themselves next winter, is evidently having weight with "the party" every where. There are thousands whose sympathies with the opponents of the governments' connection with the sche...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 August 1853

p\[LY EVENINGSTAR CITY ITEMS^ Public Executions in the V,strut of Co , _"An Act to prohibit Public Execu District of Columbia : U0Dk, marred by the Smote and House o f native* of the United State, of A mrr ' Thai peraons now under sentence of death, "'k .hii! h-reafter be adjudged to suffer pr"s within the District of Columbia. shall v T--ut?-l within the walls of some prison in 7 " : i District, or within a yard or enclosure e n< sui h prison, and not elsewhere : hall be the dutj of the Marshal of the '*r. or some one of bis deputies, w'thsuch n? of the prison, constables and other Officer* as such Marshal or deputy may 5?L necessary and griper, to attend to such fIC j ^ ^ ^ |( f,,rth, r enacted. That tLe TMarshal or his deputy shall invite tho ?';!rict Attorney, and the counsel of the prs 1 "two or mere physicians, and twelve re ntable ci'iien. to be present at every such ?EL*, ?n'1- at thc rc1ue8t of the rers.?n executed, .-hall also allow ;iny ministers .V -uine|. cot more th...

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. — 29 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. THE PAKSEES. A statement that Sir Jamsetjee Jejee bhoy. a wealthy and charitable East Indian, one of the Fire-worshippers, t'hebers. or, as they are more generally known, Parsees, has placcd at the dispo sal of the Bombay (iovernment a lac of rupees to found a school of Design, has elicited from the Mobile Advertiser the following remarks respecting that inter esting people: All who have read " Lalla Rookh" are aware that the Parsees are descendants of the ancient Persian?, who were subju gated by the Moslems. Reduced to the alternative of renouncing their ancient faith, or of leaving their native land, many of them embraced the latter, and their descendants are now scattered over all the maritime regions of India and China. They are enlightened, industrious and enterprising, and some of the most im portant commercial transactions of the East arc conducted by Parsees. In Bom bay, especially, thev hold a conspicuous place m society, 'fhe better classes are well ed...

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. — 30 August 1853

THE EVENING STAR I - ,? rr?u?i?*i> ?tmt mHvwK. |(? i PI Sl ,P4T j | *^p '"'?::^??r"1 ll1 UTP ATT\Tn' 8X?f " ?tr KsT^ I JOj J ?> ] I \ S !\l I T ixil IT ? ,, ;: ?.;:,?TiiKr::Mt.\TM.s. VYH TT 'll ? - , " V>1 ^sm^Tox,?,,. TrKSMy AUGUST 30, 1853. ? go fiOll Kjunrr I r?k?, 8# 0 75i1 .-qwarr 3 w*ek?, 3 -"?> 1 W1 efiuarr 1 n??mh, 4 <* 1 25!l Kjiurr 3 month*, ]0 ?* I .V> I ?q?arc 6 month*, 1? "J 1 75 1 Hjuare 1 year, 30 ?? . .tn-flUl*. '? nn - 1 75 1 Mjuare 1 }"??*, 30 <** sdvortisfinenn t?wrtr<i nnrt n wffk, SO ffnM p-r Mpmrv wil b* char*** ft* the Sr-t, a?<1 3?J? cento per Mjuarc for ?>aeh mbwqurtu insertion. TEN LINES or lew conrtitnte a muare. IVO 1 ' If an ?dvfrtt*mnM a Mjuart, the fric? ilV/* ?1 !? | will be ut txMct proportion. o Tllh: AA'EEKLY STAR. An FxccIIent Family and HASHING ton ne US PA per. Prirr "? I .'21 per nirnnm. WAf.L-M'll & IIOJ'F.. Proprietors of the AVa?li .;iIt n < rfj- Km tug Utr.T, will i*tic tin- fir.-tt number ? fh. ir U'F.F...

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 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 30. [?7* The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me thum in the District. It has more reailrrs in the cities of Washington, Crorgetoirn, and Alexandria, than all the o*hcr Wash ington dailies combined. 8. M. PkTTtHoiLt. Si Co.. \wpnpn Aifratising A?ent.', are lb* aathorized Ar'iit* to receive adver tisements and subscription for the "Star," at the eame rat. s a* required n* I'm* offif, ?n<l their re ceipt* are regarded as pa>< Their nrr fct NEW VORK. 122 Vawoui Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. The Trial of John C. Mather. This individual?the Canal Commis sioner of the State of New York?is being tried at Albany for corruption in the dis charge of his official duties. He is suspect ed of being the head and front of the shameless fraud* perpetrated in the infa mous letting of contracts lately annulled by the Supreme Court of the State. By these lettings it was attempted to give out...

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 August 1853

mflTEYENiyGSrait *sS^C= "ciTTlTEMS^ ro,? /,vF, ofthr Con?rils. Soon after. , meeting uf the Council, Ihc President lai.l I rnre tfce Board a communication from the M*Tor. wnuunciog the decisional' the Circuit j . jrt in the c?( of Roda K Momans r*. Cap 1 a suit instituted by tho former to eoter sonic property bought by the latter at ; ?m sale on the 1 jth of November, 1818, and ' u nv decided in favor of the plaintiff, j whicn . 4. . . j announce ! th.it it wss the in^on- j ,? of the defendant to carry the case up to J the SopreineCourt, and recommended that the \.,#rneT of the Corporation be authorized to ' that the City be represented ut the Court. This onr ?* considerable interest to f> property holJcri of the city, and more J (Kpefiailj to thoic who bought property at the tit "*'c *?th Captain Easby. * it seenis that Cspt. Easby bought this prop- ! er,-0f Rod* K- I,"mans on thr ,5lh of ' TfWber. lv^. at a city tax sale. and that he ,fserw??di obtained a tax title from the Cor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 30 August 1853

Governor Foot? by an Admirer. The following classical gem is from ; the Marshall Guard, published at Holly ' Springs, Miss.: Govebxob Foote and thk St.*tk.? Three months ag^> everybody thought Gorernor Foote was politically dead and buried, and numbered with the mists of the forgotten past; that he had stood on the summit of Fault's p;oud temple, and ^ with blazing words and burning.thoughts ? shook the nation with peculiar impulses, j attributable only to daring genius and j natural bom statesmanship, till vanquish- j ed Senates trembled as they praised; that ! he had won immortal laurels on the Moor of the Senate akin to the time-hallowed j reputation of Demosthenes and Cicero, j that he had with a magic wand and talis manic bla/e of scorching sarcasm strewed jmlitiaal carcases from one end of this wide spread Republic to the other, es pecially in Mississippi and South Carolina, the hct-beds of disunion and secession; tiiat he had buried a corrupt Legislature, with its collater...

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 August 1853

X I THE EVEKIITG STAB p rr?M?HE? ESPRT ArTHtMOOM, (EXCEPT trHPAY jH lit Six Office. 01* D Urert. rtenr 12/A, nearly oj/po tit" the Irving Hotel, Br wALLArH & HOPE. T" ?nhwribrr< in the cities of Washington,Oeoree trwn. and Alexandria. at *."? 12 pr>r annmn, pav ,We?!*f\ CENTS? wi ck!y to the AcetiN. To mail sul?ci ibrr? the s*lh>rh|itinn price is THREE HuM< li?S AVI) FIFTY CENTS a vearin advenrr, TWf? M?M..\RS f'?r SfX MONTHS, and ONE piMXARfx THREE MONTHS. Hidum copies on c*vr. j VOL. II. WASHINGTON, D, f? WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 81. 1853. NO. 212. - ?0 Soil *jmure & wmki, JO . 0 "VI ?qunre 3 weeks, 3 :<l - 1 00,1 square 1 month. 4 Oft 1 35 1 anuare 3 trot>ths, 10 00 _ 1 ftO;l square 6 Months, 1< 0ft - 1 75 1 square 1 year, 30 00 advertisements inserted one* a week. 5" cents ?rjnap' will he charted for the fir?t, snd 37.^ pnr square lor each tuheequent insertion. TEN LINES or leas constitute a square. If an advertKme.nl etrecat a sqnare, the price wtll be in ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 August 1853

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 31. The large circulation nf the Stab makes 1t the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has mo.t readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. S. M. PtTTKNGiLL & Co., Newspaper Advertising Agent*, are thr authorized Agents to receive adver tisement and Kubneription for the "Stor, at the ?aiue rat. ? as required af '^i?1 office, and their re ceipts are resarderf a? p*>t:.vuU?. Their offices are at NEW YORK, l-H Nawau Street. BOSTON, 10 State Street. To Printers.?A super-royal Smith Press, in excellent order, can be purchased low at the Star office. Praiseworthy Improvement. We know of no region of the country in which agriculture is improving faster than within .1 circle of twenty miles from Washington. The Friends population of Montgomery county, Md., were first to give this noble science impulse liere, and the planters of Prin...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 August 1853

daily evening stab. CITY ITEMS. Daniel T. Woodward.?We give to-day >Bcli information of interest an we have been ?bl? collect respecting the concern felt for, jnd effort# made in his behalf by his relatives jjjd friends, the maimer in which he spends yj time, his feeling*, and state of mind in _jew of the certainly of his approaching de lation. On Monday, the Reverend Messrs. Woods, J scrivener and Dennison ine? at Colonel Thomp jen'i (?nc his couiwel) room at 10 orclock. and ?ftfr consultation, it was decided that tfcej should call again upon the Attorney t^tocril and President, not because that they i expected to obtain a respite or pardon for Woodward, but in the hopes that this final an swer from the President, refusing to interfere jn bis would convince Woodward that it j **.- useless for him longer to indulge in the ! hope that his sentence would finally be cum muted; and induce him to prepare for his rapidly approaching end. AfW waiting upon the Attorney General , una the ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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