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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 February 1854

DALLY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 90. rWTHE "STAR" OFFICE 18 LOCATED CN D STREET, &EC01CD DOOR WEST FROM TWELFTH, HEAR THE JTOCfTIOW OF TWELFTH STREET AND PEHIfSTLVAHlA AVENUE NEARLY OPPOSITE FREHCIT8 "IRVING HOTEL." W. R M Orrvrr is now aole agent for the delivery of the Evening Star in Balti more He is the only person authorized to re tire ?ubscri{ tions after this date. 1 SPIRIT OF THE XORITZVG PRESS. The I nion asks, Is there a Whig part v? ?pretty much as hundreds of papers are exclaiming, " Have we a Bourbon among us ? The editor professes to feel satis fied. that " echo answers no." It strikes us, that, however the Whigs of Congress may divide sectionally upon the Nebraska Bill, (that division forming the reason why the official asks the question,) it will be found that they are as ready as ever to vote as a party, upon all questions which they regard as Whig issues. Time and again, though greatly in the minority in the House, they have made ...

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 February 1854

"daily evening STAR. 1 LoTTl 1 NT E LUGES C E. Weatot*.?It has been observed bj ?ome political writer, that the world is in a transition e ate. We do not know how far the rtnnrk holds good in politics, but it is very certain that such is the case with respect to the wrathcr The transitions from heat to cold, and from cold to heat, have been lately so fre quent and quick. that it U oftentimes doubtful whether *c are iu the middle of winter, or en the appr>acb of summer. Yesterday, we were backing in the noon day gun, enjo\ ing as mild a climate as ever poet fancied. or a Sybarite luxuriated in. To-day. we are freezing in the cold of winter, with a Siberian prospect, that leveler of all landscape scenery. under foot, ever head, ansl round ar>out us. Winter has as sumed on ;e un.re her mantle of white, and the mercury in the thermometer, which had risen iu the course of yesterday above temperate, -uiik to-day below freezing point, the ther m meter outside the Star office showing ...

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. — 20 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR.. [ ( on/pwi-W /rom An/ po^e] wave over it, and to mv joy were left on a floating deck. I cut the lashing from the -par. and fastened my companion and myseff to the part of the new raft or wi?ck. I knew not which, and all the time that arm was around my neck, and rigid as if in death. Now came the low wild wail that pre cedes the breaking of the storm. The air seemed filled with viewless spirits mournful singing and sighing. I never thought of her as anything else than a human being. It was that humanity that dear likeness of life, that endeared her to me. I wound my arm around her, and drew her close to my heart, and ' -owed my head over her, and in the wild ness of the moment I pressed my lips to hers in a long passionate kiss of intense love and agony. She gave it back, and murmuring some name of endearment, wound both arms around my neck and laying her head on ray shoulders with her forehead pressed against my cheek, /ell into a calm slumber. That kiss burns o...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 February 1854

IX i'J ?! the evenotg star lb n:BLI6HKD EVERY AFTERNOON, (gxcatrr SCXDAT,) J ikt Star OffUt, on D ttrett, near 12tk, nearly ojrpo tiie tKt fmng Bl WALL ACU fc HOPS. >. To subscriber* in the cities of Waihinftoc.Georjj^ town, Alexandria, B*Jum?re aad Piiilade! phia, a f3 12 pei annual, payable?SIX CENTS?week I y to the Azealrt. To nail r.ib>ciiber* the sub *onp(i"B price w THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT:? a y?*ar in adrans*, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. StMLi cnrits o*? ciwt. ' rhii cxceTI?irt FiumivK??.Jouwl wati inj ? mtw*** restingtharcw b?- fomirt rn *i*v mher - H pn Wished w? ?at?r4?y. rTVT< ' ? jrvv 'it '? rr' > ~ o'* "?*****? r> 3 * ~ ft S **?? ??w.. 4..J ni?r tr'FT tai ?i"?.. r.... v.... J%?-nty do.. .?5 M^QaMI. yi>?yi4ll^ il? APV4JIC1. ,.?? K?- SiigU'?.?( ???-? jn ? rappwr*) can be procured ?' jthe ! j m<?lkatc1> after the ihmm ol the P i" r**Ts. '" - ^ *grm# * ill be aH<?w?4 I ' 'W-" r IWr Mk.? VOL. Ill TUESDAY, FEBRU...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR I WASHINGTON CITY: I TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 91. 1 Cy THE "8TAB" OFFICE 18 LOCATED OH D STREET. SEGOITO DOOX WEST FROM I twelfth, heae the nnvcnow op1 TWELFTH STREET AJTC PENNSYLVANIA avenue, nearly opposite French's ' IRVING HOTEL." "XT'The large circulation of the Star! makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers I in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, end Alexandria, than aU the other Wflfft-1 i ngton dailies combined. , AGEIVCIBll PAR THE STAR. Parwrns in Balttxo*z wi?hinj? to subscribe for thr I Daily Fretting Sar, '.an hare it delivered to Ihrm I or. the evening of ;ta issue, by faithful earners, by I leaving their nan** at the store of CATHER8 A J BRO., comer of Hollidajr and Baltimore street*. At WiLJfiTflrow, Dbl., E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 I Market street, will attend to the delivery of the Star. 1 At Philadelphia ,J. T. BATES,aitlie Exchance I em fumi"!i those who wisb copies of the Star earl) I on tha morning ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 February 1854

DAILY evening star. IJtU IJ TEL IK EKE. The 550W Stor??The Weather.?it would be superfluous to inform our reader? that we were visi'e I. yesterday, with a heavy fall of ?now?a glance trvrn the window was sufficient to tell the least inquisitive of the state of things oof door* Bad. however, as the weather had l>eeu all day, it became ten-fold worse tewards the night, rendering traveling almost iinuos.-iole. even from street to street, and by the morning, the snow lay in many place* three feet deep, and more. Tnr Maits.?The conscquence of the snow ?t<mi has been a complete, stoppage to every thing. no mails having arrived since yesterday mornin*. except a light mail from Richmond, vcterday afternoon. by the Southern steam r.oat via Aquia Creek, railroad travelirg being completely blocked up. Plates of Puttie Amnnemettts l losed-?So heavy was the fall of sn>w last n j,ht, and so boisterous the weather, that none ot ?ne places ot public amusement were opened. for it was an utt...

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. — 21 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. Harp that <mee through Tara'i Halls. The harp that once thrortfh Tara* hMI? 7T>c soul of music ?hpd. Now rmrtffl X* riiiite on TaraV wall*, A j if-tliatsrml wrre fl-d? S > Fi<M>p9 the pnde of former day*,' So glory*-* thrill is n>r, Ami heart" that once beat high for praise, X?<r fe? T that paice no more! \^? rm>re to chiefs and ladies brijlit The teirp of Tara swell* ; T,.t- chord alone, that breaji* at nijrlit, IN tate of mh? trlls. Tfc?? Freedom now .?? seldom wakes, Tu# only tiirob riie ri?w, 1? when ?onic hearts indignant break*, To *l>ow that still she lives! ODDS AND ENDS. 1 > ^mall pox and varioloid, of a se Y'TP type, is prevalent in Boston and vicinity.,. " 1 he daily circulation of the New N ~>rk 1 nnes, on the 1st of January, was ?Ji.ihX> copies; it has gradually advanced, and on the Llth of February 27,129 copies were published. \Z? Time is continually on the move, ^vnl hitman affairs change their aspect every fift...

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. — 22 February 1854

THE EVENING STAR Ei published every afternoon, (.EXCEPT SUNDAY,) j ox S4rr Of' *, on 01*- cut, nem l'JM, nearly oypo tile tkr irring Hotel, Bt WALLACH & HOPE. To subscriber- in the cities of Washington, George town, Ale\a?diia, Baltimore anil Philadelphia, a 93 12 pe? a'imiin, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to th? A2eal?. To mail subscribers the sub 9cri('UnB price i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a y^ar in arlrnnre, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, ami ONE DOLLAR for THREE M*)YTHS. Smoi.t copies 0*1 lint. 5 m mmisiisif FBOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H McDORALD, 102 Naiaau Street;, (corner of Ana.) D.' INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SPRING TRADE, 1854. HODOMA5, 27 Maiden Lane and .59 Nassau street, invites the atten tion of bis former cn*t?mers and merchants gene rally, PcrticulaHy W.,oUiaif B'iyrs, to his immense stock of INDIA RUBBER GOODS which be ha? now on had and is daily receivinf from his Facto OMTn'dUdia*~ LIKE PRESERVERS, CAPES. WHIPS, OLO^kS CARRIAGE CLOTH. pants. piano covers, OVERALL, MACHINE BE...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY IS nTTHE "STAB" OFFICE 18 LOCATED ON D STREET, H^1TO?M?WMT FBOM TWELFTH. NEAR THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OFFOSITE FRENCH'S ?' IRVING HOTEL." Xy"The large circulation of the Star Trails it the most desirable advertising me dium m the District. It has more readers in the cxties of Washington, Georgetown, und Alexandria, than all the other Wash ington dailies combined. A4.1X IEM FOR THE STAR. Person* in BaLTINOBz wi?hinf to aulwchbe for the Daikf Looting Star, '.an have it delivered to them (?I the evening of >ta iaeue, by Authful carriers, by leaving u?? ix nai^ea at the store of CATHER8 * BRO., comer of Holliday and Baltimore streets. At Wii.mroTo*, Du,, E. S. R. BUTLER, 114 Market street, will attend to the delivery of the Star AtPmi.AD?LrHiA,J.T. BATES, at the Exchange, <an furnish those who wish copies of the Star early r?n the morning after its iwue. At Port smooth awd Nob...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 February 1854

daily evening star. torn jsteiymcb. oitai'?in? M ?tbv False Pretences.? ? The jruJ jaI7 of this District, have just found , bilf of indictment against a clerk in oae of Departments of tha General Government a this city, for obtaining money by '? false rretence? upon the following very common ? rra of assignment of his salary, which we ?.ve ir. blank, omitting the name, Ac. Said fcial being absent from thia city at present, would be improper, and contrary to legal jd public policy, in sach case?, to advertise ;e act-used on the said finding of the jury, until fangs of the law are fastened upon him following is a copy of the form in blank : ?* Washington City, 18 . Fur Talae received. I hereby assign and transfer unto ? , the sum of dol lars out of my salary for the month of , ae said snm or salary being free from any .revious assignment, demand, or order thereon. ?nd from all claim whatsoever on toy part at my time hereafter to assign, recover, or other wise dispose of the same, or a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. t?Y mtqrirr. THE "VIOLET'S" mTCUttJB TO 05* WHO C*DE*fTAJID* IT. The ?* lieart i* rai'dened, weary, For rude and ehjlliog i* the blast: And all around ?teems dark, and dreary, Snve the ray of sunlight, from the pa*t. I* rhfi< no '-Silver lining" gleamiag for me. No kindly word, to cheer my heart; Mu'l I in patience linger lhu? ?? near thee, ?Arid ever be from thee apart.' The Spirit voice is whispering to me ? sp'ing time hopes and new horn flower* ? Wii.-n th?* c'ad earth in radiant beauty Shall quick dispel the clond that lowers. When the sw hand that lowly bendeth Thy '? ViolefV' weary drooping head, phsll givr n strength to bear whatever it ^endeUi And nevermore feel fear or dread. ,hat round ?>? lower, 5e"U<'' truM'n*. 'oving flower, I proud and *tateijr, like the rose. "VlOLST." ODDS A1TD ENDS. lC?* A revival of religion is announced as in progress in Rough and Ready, Cali fornia, the first revival, or general religioms awakening, yet recorded in 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. — 23 February 1854

fti m'j^.ntxriin tb*>ciu? o< Waging!.,a.Georr? .y*x??<Jn*, BxJutnore and Philadtl yhia, a pli per annua, pay?We?81X CF. NTS?week ^ 10 th? Ateau. To nail subscribers th* sub Icnjuon P"0' ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CfcVTri a r-? in ?*wuu?, TWO COLLARS for #lX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE HOVTHfl. ewm o*? crirr. the evening star IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (trcxPT stvpatJ j. tkt Star OjL *, ?* D itrrti, near l*A, marly 9fyo nte U* Frting Hotel, Bt WALLACH fc HOPE. IIITM] ADvEHTlpMEITS. yjO* THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Nmaaii Street, ^corner of Amn.) India rubber goods. SPRIWO TRADE, 1854. T\ HODQ.V A*, 87 Maiden Litne and 1 )( H9 Niiita afreet, invite* ths at'ea ^1^4 hisf'rmir cu-t-WMW aud merchant* goo? i'trtKularty UTinifiuU Buyer*, to his maaGW of 1NPIA RU8HKR GO ?D^ ahich he ha* Jj,? ?0 hid and is J Ally receiving from his Facto H-#. i&dudlOg? ltfk prb?brvbrs, cirt< whips, autVK*. CARRIAOB CLOTH, 2r*w/ hang covers. oVWtLL1*, MACHINE BKLTINO, LttWlSJS. un...

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. — 23 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. r= ? J ' I* >*_: ? ? WASHINGTON OITY: TTTtTttDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 23. iy THE M 8TAR" OFFICE IS LOCATED OK D STREET, SECOND DOOR WEST FROM 1WELFTH, NEAR THE JUNCTION OF, TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVEtfUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S " IRVING HOTEL." fcyTk* large circulation of the Star fr ftkes U the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has mart readers in the cities of Washington, (reorpftmen, and Alexandria, tkan all the other Wash ington rftriHes combined. AGBNCIBM FAR TUB STAB. I'MMns IB Baltixopz wishing to tulwanbc lor Uie ImuUi E**nin; Star, < an Imit? it deHreved to then ua tfw cTtoh| ?f 'u imim, fry fcithfiU earner*, by l?tirja| tbew mkm at the store of CATHEJIS k URO., corner of HoUiday and B.lumore streets. At WiLtixtfTo*, Du. , E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 M vrket -?treet, will attend to the delivery ot the Star. At Philadelphia, J. T. BATES, at the Exchange e..n funii-h tl?o*e who wish copies of the Star early t,n the morning aft...

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. — 23 February 1854

HAfLY EVENING STAK. irfirmmiiFm.- I ^rrTrtt ?Vesterdav evening, Park Benja in Esq g*ve another of his lectures at the , thso"'11" Institution, with the difference ,\ai this Utter was a prose production, while Leone delivered last Friday evening was in Tfce ?abjeet of the lecture was entitled : r" ron^i^in^ of r^m^rk* on some 1 ;the leading peculiarities of American lite , 'B(i uuniiers. , "The lecturer began with observing : that ho felt pri'Ul* 01 being nn American, and of being hjgueit imbne.1 with the American traits of ^arscter He would not eren shrink from ssy i?*. "I re^on ' " * calculate." or "I guess," i> *cj rart W{'r^- or 'n any society. jje remarked that the American abroad was .yficaadel by the tradition* and habits of jfce decaying monarchies of the old world, and flight, therefore, he sometimes pardoned for is lici fault with the manner? of his country men at home. He condemned, however, in jur-ible language, the American who was iliravs carpus at and censuring the ...

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. — 23 February 1854

paily evening star. _ I AX HOT OLD ? T MU ) in m old?tboof h yean havr ca?t Their thadowi on my way ; ] am net old?though youth ha* paea'd Oft rapid wimp away. For in my heart a fountain flow*. A?d round it pleaaant thoughts rep??e ; i.nd ayinpathiea ami faeln?f? hifk. fcpnng Uke the etar* on evefting'.-' liMUl old?Tunc may have net "Hia signet on my bum,'' And aonie faint nirrowa there have met, Which care may deepen now: Vet love, fond love, a chaptet weave* t<f frroh voung birds and rendunt leave* ; A d "till in faacy I can twine "t nought*, sweet aa flow era, that oner were mine. wmiAl LADIES AND FASHI0K8 From the Household Words we extract S ] nnasrr respecting the qualifications of a Siberian bride, and tlie winter costume of Siberian ladies. A bride is required, on arriving at her hn-band's house, to invite guests to a diiuer that shall prore her quality, and npon which, in fiw-.t, her future reputation w? 1 depend. It must be prepared hy her o? n hands, and both to lierse...

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. — 24 February 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EICBPT SUN DAT,) j: fW *ar Ofie*, en D ttrtet, near 13TA, nearly oppo> life tke frrini Hotel, IIT WAJ.LACH A HOPE, ? -.A fn of P/.vhbtr.Oft.PsKWKe ^n, \i?miri*, Balumor? and Philadelphia, a jj 13 p?f annum, pay?We?SIX CENTS?week ly t* dK Ajeats. To mail mb** liber* (he sub ,irpu n pnee i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT* a year in airmve, TWO IrtiLLARS for j;i MmVTFIS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE j|OYIll?*. Hixolb corns osn rrnr. FBOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H McDONALD, 102 N<utan Street, (comer of Ann.) INDIA RIJIMRR GOODS. SPRINO T&ADE, 1854. 1 v iinr)(iHAMa MAidtn Lantand | 59 * aaanu street, invites the at'oi t, ,?<>: h sf riu-r rn-t i?i>?r? and merchant* gen? -l ?, IUrtr?"irlf WtnUinle Ilnyrrs. to hi* mmtnw ijyi of I\ 1*1 V KI/BliKK liO iD.S.wh'.eh li** hit8 ri?ni)?l .in l is d?ilj receiving from his Facto m, jarlulin.;? OUT , ltff phe^ekvers, CAPiV WHIPS, fl>/>ViC*. CARKlArtK CLOTH, f.WTs P.ANO COVKKS, OVKIULL*, M U'l...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 February 1854

WASHINQTON PITY: TRFOAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 21 fV THE "8TAE" OFFICE IS LOCATED OW DST^EETraCOKl) DOOR WEST FEO* twojth,jJeae the jottctioh of TWELFTH STEBET AUD FENirSTL VA1TCA ATH^ **AEIT OPPOSITE FEEHCH'f " IRVIKG HOTEL." (TT'TV large circulation of the Staa makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District* It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, end Alexandria, than aU the other Wash ington dailies combined. AVENCIB8 FOR THE STAB. Pw?i? in Baltiipii wishing to rahxeribe for the Daily Evening Star, '.an have it delivered to lb em -on the evening of <? imt, by foithful carrion*, by leaving their names at the store of CATHERS It BRO., corner of Holiday and Baltimore street*. At WiLmyflTO!*, Dm., E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 M-irket street, will attend to the delivery of the Star AiPiiil&dslfhia,J.T. BAT EC, at the Exchange e.J? furnish those who wish copies of the Star early on the morning after its issue. At Porrsnorni and NoaroLK, Va., R. G. 8TA ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 February 1854

' t?It HTEUICK.1CE. > t *t-TrRE ?Yesterday evening. Park Benja ie iverel hi# third and concluding lecture 1E,' tv>. ^mitlwuian Institution the snbjeet ''Sxial an,J Intellectual ^iqu>c U>Tbe"l?'?rrr by making some remarks <?nthe advantage? to he derived from ; w|eJge M >n4aigne had said that ?? igno re was the softes:. pillow on whi.-h a man r repo*? b>^ head.1 this was a miserable f t"r ignorance w,w environed bjdoubt# ,Ui>er?tiliy,ll>' whilst on the contrary v oW)t.|ge showed thing* a? thoy realty were V .f-over. it wa< observed by JyOrd Holing I - ke knowledge enable? a man to enjoy the vvl tbi?<& of '^c- at a,Ieh a convenient dis? k If although they oiay possibly be re; , reJ. tbey cannot he Uken awity. C\ft*r glancing At the imtnenao pfrogres# ot icii-e Ba -on wrntn his trea'iss ?? On the !j,ac'"in?rt of learning the lecturer depre ' fP<i ihe nwleridist spirit of the a^o, and 1 .11>> intellectual mnttsehlents ar the anti ; >t< ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 February 1854

A BOS* IN WHITER BY K*S. H. J. LEWIS. What perfect loveliness U thine Sweet flower that rooiest to thy room With mirnon more than half divi.te, With ligStt dispersing all the gloom ! I tread once more my farden bound, I twine long rose-wreaths into bowers, And pluek the bads all gemmed around With dew-drope, gift of starlight hour*. I lay the violet's shaded cheek Beside the Mushing Queen of June, And gold and erim?on flowers I seek For perfect love's unsullied boon. While bending o'er thy perfur.ed heart I hear, aa oh ! how oft before. The music of the winds that part The leaves with gentlest touch on? more. Aad birds are singing in the shade Low warbling strains that wake delight; Thou. Rose, my darkened room hath made The home of all things fair and bright. CAPABILITIES AWlTRESOURCES OF 80 IfOEA. The province of Sonora is bounded on tho north by the river Gila; on the south by the river Majo; on the east by the province of Chihuahua, and on the west by the Gulf of California; its...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 February 1854

THE EVENING ST AH ? PUBLISHED evert aft eb noon, (except susday,) J. m Star Ojkt, w X* street, near I2U, nearly Oppo site Uu JmMg Hotel, Br W ALLACU k HOPE. T?nbscrfb*""!thecitics of Wa.hinxton,Geor*^ p.3, Aid***?' Baltimore and Philadelphia, a |3 ij per ?nnu?n, fa/ibl*?H|X CENTS?week , a> ib? A**?u- To mall subscriber* the mib *ri(ic'?Pr?"' " TliREE DOLLARS A.VD FIFTY CXXT* i year in a-lranrt, TWO DOLLARS for glX M0VT1I3, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE jfOVTH^- copia* om ca*T. /fill 1 UllU u j *i/u Aiuuiuiiif iu. TKOt THE HOUSE OF WM. H McDONALD 102 Na.nan Street, icorner 0/ Ann.) ' D INDIA RlliBER GOODS. SPxlINO TaADE, 1654. HOnOBAJI, '47 Maiden Lane and Ut 39 Vmmu street, invites the #tu, tinaot tasf^rui-r ;;; Uu,r. *,,j merchants ^ne r*i.y. Parn5"w r y?" ^ his mrneuee rtxi ?f I5PI A KlBlit.lt (.0. IDS- which li>* ha? ni1??ohadsud U (Lily rece.vinx from hi# Facto rie*. iaclu-lw? 0)lTJ. 1-IFK PRESERVERS CiPM. WIHPd, ' flU)VItS. CARRIAGE CLOTH Pl.NTi, PIANO COVEKS. ' OVERALLS, MACH...

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