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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON QUI; FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 3. j pyTHE "STAB" OFFICE II LOCATED! ON D ST BEET, SECOND DOOB WEST FBOX TWELFTH, NEAB THE JXTNCTIOH OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S " IBVING HOTEL." IXT'The large circulation of the Star vudtfs it the most desirable advertising ne ar im in the District. It has more readers m the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than nil ike other Wash ington dailies combined. TO CORRESPONDENTS. No notice can he taken of anonymous Communica tions. Whatever is intended for insertion, muft be authenticated by the name and address of the "?? rM?*r?not necessarily fur publication, but as a guaranty of hi* good faiin. \\ ( cannot undertake to return rejected Communi cation*. AGEX'IEN FAR THE STAR. F-rsons in Baltimohz wishing to subscribe for the TWt/ Evening Star, can have it delivered to them on the evening of its issue, by faithful carriers, by leaving their naiaes at the store of CATHERS k...

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. — 3 March 1854

daily evening siar. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CBIMI5AL Cocrt-?Mr. Fendall, for the r-^aeunoa. in the Gardiner trial, concluded Ls address yerterday. when the case was sub letted to the jury, who have boen in deiibera ticn ever since, and had not agreed npon a verdict tiiie morning. C05VICTWH OF GAKniXSR. This morning, shortly after the opening ol the Court, the jury who had been locked up all eight, returned to the jury bo*, and the naineo having been callc 1 over, the foreman ..f the jury gave in the verdict " Guilty,'' on the delivery of which, they were dismissed by the presiding Judge. (Judge Crawford.) no remark of any description being ma le. Gardiner was seated inside the bar. behind one 'if his counsel. Mr. Bradley, hisothercoun -el. Mr Carlisle, was not present, but a mes ?anger wa* dispatched requesting his presen:e itnmo Jiatelv. when the panel was being called over The defendant. Gardiner, appeared agi ta ed as the verdic. was delivered, and ma le several efforts to repress hi...

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. — 3 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. I YEARN FOB THE 8PKIHG I jrnT<. fr. the Spring, when the birds shall nn|, \nd rach rooming awake fresh flower*; V. itx ve waited l^ng for the lark'# blythe song, And 'he lengthening evening hours. A t-Liwidof iiww had lain on the earth, -An icy hand on each stream, The tun in the sky oped iu languid aye, And cent bat a sickly gleam ; An* the i ro?ty breeae moaned among tltt tret*, \? J the rattling hail and rain Came sweeping past, in the angry blapt, And tianh'd 'gainst the wlndow prnt; And m-ver a flower, in that stormy boar, Pared rai*e up its tiny head? F<" r all gentle things del on Summer's wing*, Or el?e 111 tUe snow lay dead ? I . ??m for the Spring, when the birds shall sing, AaJ earh morn shall awake new fVowers ; \V- have listened long for the wo*dl ark's song, AM th* ihrosh at the evening hours. I s a l??auteou3 time when the bud first bursts, Aud rbiiu-hke the young leaf stands, An<! catches the drops of the gentle shower ^ln its wualt and v...

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. — 4 March 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KXCEPT STNDAT,) J: >k* Strr Otfict, on D ttretl, mar 121A, nearly ?7f rlit Ike frrmf Hotel, Bt WALLACH k HOPS. T? "mbdcriber* in tho citifi of Wayhington, G?orn? tmm, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $3 12 per annum, paviNe?SIX CENTS?werJc \y tr> the Ajeat*. To mail robtcriben the >>ub ?cripti* fn price is THREB DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in wiranre, TWO IH)LLAR8 for HlX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. StKaT.B c?n?ji o?s r?*T. VOL. III. I WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, MARCH 4. 1854. NO. 369. FROM THE HOUSE OF WS. H. McDONALD, 102 Ifaasau Street, <corner of Ann.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SP&INQ TRADE, 1854. DHODOMAS, 37 Maiden Lane and ? 39 Aiaaaau street, invites the atten tion of his f ormer cu't^mer* sad merchants gene rally, I\zr+rt.larly M'tol-mlt Buyers, to his mmeum atac'k of INDIA RUBBER GOODS which he has now en ha<l and is daily receiving frjui his Facto ri?w, including? COATS C A Pits. glo...

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. — 4 March 1854

DAILY EVENING SPAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 4. twTHE "STAB" OTFICE 18 LOCATED ON D STREET. SECOND DOOR WEST FROM TWELFTH, WEAR THE JTTNCTIO* OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENITE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S "IRVING HOTEL." 2^7*The large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in t\e Ihstrict. It has mart readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than nil ike other Wash t ngton dailies combined. TO CORRESPONDENTS. No notice can be taken of anonymous Communion tlons. Whatever i* intended for insertion, man be authenticated by the name and address of the writer??n* necessarily for publication, but as a guaranty of his fiod fbi:h We cannot undertake to return rejected Communi cations. AGENCIES FOR THE STAR. Varans in Baltimoiz wishing to subscribe for the T>cfly ?renin* Star, can have it delivered to them on the evening of ?? issue, by faithful carrier*, by >??aving their nanes at the store of GATHERS It ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. LOCAL ISTELlIGEJiCE. Ijqckst OVKB Tat boot or Geobo* A. Gabdiske. a$ed 36 years ; born in New York ?resident here five years. The following is the list of Jurors on the Inquest: 'ihomas C Magruder. Leonard Stona, Rich^ T McLean. Robert C. Stevens, WB. Lord. Jonathan W. Barnaoo, Wm. R. Plowman. Jeremiah Gid.bngs. Almon Baldwin. Henry C Baldwin. Vm F Bowie. Coroner Wood ward presiding FbJdat ArTKBXmfa, March 3 Dr E. M. Chapin, examined by Mr Key ? first saw Gardiner on the court of Mr Brad ley i residence: went there to carry a message from the Court: told hia? rftid Mr. Bradley that the Court were waiting for them; I beliare he t-ta .ijafl over to Court by himaelf; that was , w^at^ oiinf te? art?r the Pert inct; the C"t?rt | iu?t At ii O'clock, he remained in Conrt until tne jury were brought down and gave a ver dict of guilty; immediately after that, he was J?!iver*?<4 iato the Marshal's custody; I took charge of him as one of the deputies: Mr Brad ley u?ld me...

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. — 4 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR WAfHISOTO*. ?v niii cms. ?SE.r.E *** *-*?**??*-*? r,K~ JS??1"""" *rta" . Let atfjrhebtasta at feme ring o?t?thine shall be Let oUiw boast (Mr satek*e?-tbo? Im the plaaet Tbon baat a name who<M characters of light shall ne'er depart; ?Tii camped upon the dullest brain, a ad warms tbe cMileu heart; A war cry At for any land whew freedom's to bo won land of the Wmtlil ataada aJo^TSuS iBftnn R?^rjr^'. r"al >ttd suin wa? H< ? ** the ty "" "? ?<*! w'" S'; ?*?? ?< ???d I. Tho**c1^in"hri^e^?" r*"h"* """ tzs'xztzr M ?*?? - -*>? ? Who, thowgh their kindred barred the path, atili Sercely waded om~ where shall be their "glory" by the tide of Wash ington ? Ha fbu(bt, but not with lore or strife; he struck but to defend ; ' And ere he turned a people* foe, he sought to be a friend. He strove^to keep bu country's right, by reason> Hesto^.tl* frm.ths calm, the wiae, the patriot He showed no disp awogin, haw, bo bom of d-spot -r He stood ft* Liberty and Troth,...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 March 1854

VOL. the evening star is fl'blished EYETvY AFTERKOON. texcept scndat,) At tke SUr o^r, on D Hrect, ttsar IMA, nearly oppo nJe the Irving Hotel, bt WALLACU k HOPS. To Mhwriber*:.itfcecities of Washington,George town, Alexandria, P.alU.uore and Philadelphia, a ft l< jxr annum, payat^::? 81X CENTS?wwk ly tn the Ajciu. To mail sabtcrib^rs the nib Mription price if T Hit HE DOLLARd AND FIFTY CENTS a year in vlnanee, TWO DOLLARS for ?!IX MONTHS, and ONE dollar for THREE MONTHS. SiM'eLK ccrisa oti cist. III. WASHINGTON. D. C., MOM)AY, MARCH 6 1854. r- . 3 L NO. 370. Itl M llflTIHEITS. F&OK THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDOHALD, 102 Hauau Stroet, (corner of Ana.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SPRING TRADE, 1854. DHODGM A -V. at Maidea Lane and . 39 Sfasaau street, invite* the atteo tion of h.'S fumer cn<t">mer< and merchants gene rally Pirh'-vlarty IVtfJrsaU Bnyrs, to hi* mmetise ?tacit of lNPIA RUBBKR GOODS which he ha? no* on had sad is daily receiving from his Facto ries, includiag? Ct>*...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: ?MONDAY AFTEWHOON, MARCH 6 | EPIBIT OF THE MOBNING PB1M The Union's leader is an elaborate series of compliments to Senator Douglas and hi? compeers, who spoke in favor of of the Nebraska bill on the last night of iU consideration in the Senate?"out" praising even the Sentinel, when the latter approaches that awfully august body; the Senate of the United States. Unlike the Sent met, however, the Union does not seem disposed to praise all the Senate in the same way; as, in this article, the editor praises the abolition opponents of the bill, "over the left," with quite as much gusto. In another article, while expressly dis claiming the allegation that the "distin gnished"" counsel and drummers of Dr. * ?ardiner, in procuring the original Gardi ner award, were aware of tlie character ol the claim, the Umon calls for the prompt and vigorous prosecution of all who may be found to have participated in the fraud: those parties included, if they have be...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 March 1854

iMiLY EVENING STAR. tOCAL I3TKUI6ESCE, FrTrr.AL ?>r Gardiner?'Ike funeral pj the ab-ve. whose tragical termination of life ha.* bc*n the topic of conversation since Sat urday* took place vtsterday aiternoon, and waa attended by a large number of the friends of rLe deceased, male and female, there being nt"t?*n hnclis filled with mourner* which fol lowed the hearse The body was interred in a vault of the Congressional burial ground. There was a lar^e number of spectators pres ent ?'# the irrial of the funernl cortege, some ..f wh?m. we are informed, behaved with a jreat deal of rudene-s?surrounding the hearse and peeping impudently into the face* of the female mourners Although poasi ily this wiu lone with no ill feeling, (jut from a natural :r??tinct of curiosity, yet considering the trag ical circumstances attendant n?>on the event, some regarJ to the feeling* of'he friend* of the deceased onght to ha\e been cvinced. W baiever nmy hare been th>-guilt of the de reasod the s...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 March 1854

[rot iu iuk. ?056 07 IKE FLOWXR 6ZBL. BV B. CLAT PIICBA. 9u?trtei lit a P>:mt<n* of Ike "Flourr Girl ?/FUr I have Mower?. I have (lower*, Ot rirb^M, rare?t hue, Fioni U?e roae\? Noshing tuai*r. To the violet ?? hnvin Uuf : Here * the hi) of the valley Fmro the wil.Iwood'a **eret flare,' While the pnn scarce ever kiMe* Its nlahaster face: And here's the haughty dahlia, A* perries* u a queen, Anil daffodils and daisies With the constant ever*reen : Oh, tlte flowers! oh, the flowers!" Fr*sh from their woodland bower*, Will you buy my pretty flowers? My pretty, charming flower*? I lnv? flowers?and I've plucked them From place* far and wide, Tn the shadows of the ravine. By the ninny mountain *Me : 1 >ei*ed them "inid their revel? in die joyous tvoorilaiid air. And I bring them blush'ng captive# To gracs the maiden F*ir : Pour liUle orphan children, Torn from their parent stem, Bright n.imaltires of angel*? Would we were like to them! Oh, the Howwil ol?, the Mowers !, i.mtlp lad...

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. — 7 March 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KXCKPT SCNDAT,) Jt fW Star Ofire, on D ttreet, ruw 1SU, wear*y ojifo tite tkf frrin; Hotel, Br WALL ACH St HOPH. To mKi ilwn in th?> nhe? of WMHapw, Oequa imm. Alexandra. Ralt'more and Philadelphia, a f3 19 |?ct annnm, payible?BIX CENTS?week ly to the Ajeits. Tj mail subtciiben the sub ?cnpuoa pricc is TUB EH DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT8 a rear in o*wance, TWO DOLLARS for gTX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sihqlb coniB oxt c**t. * Ti WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, MARCH 7. 1854. NO. 371. VOL. III. UR IUU AHVliftmiHIli. FEOM THE HOUSE OF W* H. JlcDONALD, 102 Hassan 8treet, (corner of Ann.) D INDIA RUBBER G<>??DS. 8PSI1TG TRADE, 1854. HODGSKAS. 37 Maiden Line and 30 Xaasau stree?, invites the atten tion of hm firm *r ca't-un-rs an J merchants gene rally Particularly Wwlualt Bayers, to his immense stack of INDIA RCBBJSK GOODS which he has bow en had and if daily receiving from his Facto ru>?. inciikliin"" LIFE PRESERVERS, ca...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 March 1854

DAILY EVENtNGSTAR. wAsnmoTow oitt: TCESDAY AFTERNOOW, MARCH T. THE " ST A*" 0FFIC1 18 LOCATED ON D STREET, 9ECOITD DOOB WSWFEOM TWELFTH, HEAB THE JTOCTIOU OF TWELFTH STEBET AHD PEEESYLVAJTLA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCHS ?? IRVING HOTEL." $yTke large circulation ?/ the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers m the cities of Washington, Oeorgetoum, and Alexandria, than <V. ike other Wash? vnttm dailies combined. TO COBBISFOSMNTI, So nonce can be taken of anonymous Conununica toons. W UaiereT ia intended for insertion, roust he authenticated by the name and address of tbe wilier?not necessarily for publication, but a* a guaranty of bit good fai:b. We cannot undertake to return rejected Conimuni caimu. AGENCIKS FrtB THE STAB. Pet sons in Baxtimbb wishing to subscribe for the Vcnh) Evening Star, can have it delivered to them on the evening of us issue, by (kttbful carrier*, hy leaving tlieir names at tbe store of CATHERS fc ERO., co...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 March 1854

MMjY EVBNINU STAR, 11) C AI ISTKLllli ENCE. Citt CorsciLS.? Board of Aldermen.? There not being a quorum of members of the above board present last right, nothing was done. Common Council.?The following business f? transacted last night: Petition of Mosis Opp. asking the return of license money, the basinet fur which the license was procured having been disiontinued; referred to Committee on Claims. Petition of the owner* of property on the east fp>nt of square 877, fronting on 7th street east. between il and G streets south, asking fur setting curb at<>ne and p.iving footway; re ferred to Committee on Improvements. Petition of S. Pibiam. for the remission of a fine; referred to the Seventh Ward delegation Act to grad-j and pave the alley in square b*>6. referred to Committee on Improvements. Ad act to provide for the construction of cortain sewers in the Fourth Ward; passed. Petition of Geo. Seits for remission of fine imposed as seenrity for an individual named Wiasenb...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 March 1854

f Coniimted fr?m flrU page.] her face wore an air of settled melancholy she looked like one who was subdued iii her hopes, not in her coo rage, and like one who had closed her heart upon iti unextinguished fires, to let them burr on. but m secret. At the moment the Countess stepped from her threshold, the door upon the opposite side of the quadrangle was thrown open, and with a loud laugh the Count sprang into his phaeton, calling to one of his party to follow him. His com panion shrank back on seeing the Coun t<vs. and in that moment's delay, the door of her carnage *rvs closed, and the coach man ordered to drive on. The Count's whip had wared over his spirited horses, however, and as they stood rearing, and threatening to escape from their excited master, his friend sprang to his side, the reins were suddenly loosed, and, with a plunge which threatened to tear the har ness from their backs, they leaped for ward. In the next instant the horses of both vehicles were drawn upon th...

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. — 8 March 1854

the evening star IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (5ICKPT SUNDAY,) jt Uu Sl?r Qfu*, on D street, near 1KA, nearly ofpo lite the Irving Hotel, It WALLACH k HOPE. To *ntaicnl>er-! in the cites of Washington, Oorg* ??r., Al^juidna, Bniuutore and Philadelphia, a fi 1*2 P--T Iflirnm, pay iWe?SIX CENTS ?week tj to t:i? Ageat*. To mail wbecriben U?? sab *;:pfioc prK* is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for HX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sikslb corns out cr^T. VOL. III. WASHINGTON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8. 1854 in Mi MimiamB. FROM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDOJTALD, 102 Hawaii Street, (corner of Ann.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SPRING TRADE, 1854. DHOno:iA>. 27 Walden Unt and . 99 3fniiu street, invito the atten tion of hi^ firmer cu^t^K? ts tad merchants rally, Purtu ularlu Wko.'fS t Buyers, to his immense stack of INDIA RUBBi-.lt UOOD3 which he ha# now en had and is daily r living from his Fajto ries. including? OMT-<, PRESERVERS, CAPES WHIPS, GLOVES, CAKKIAGE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 March 1854

- ??ji ? i i ??an DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH ?. -r - ? " jjui ZyTke large circulation of the Star r?nkes it the most desirable advertising me a ?m vi the Dtstrid. It has more reader.? ; i th.9 cities of Washington, Gearget otrn, arid Alexandria, than of: ihe other Wash' ington dailies combined. TO COBBENPOtBEIfTR. y.r> notic* ran be taken of anonymous Cninmunica Whatever i? intended for insertion, must '?e authenticated by the name and addrem of the writer?not necessarily for publication, bat u a <11 -.ranty of bw good fltilh. tVe mnot undertake to return rejected Coauatui rtti-ifa ACK!TCIIB FOR THE STAR. Persia* in Baltixobz wishing to subscribe for the /?<;? v FSerrrmf Star, can have it delivered to them cm 'vnine of fc* issue, by faithful carriers, bj tearing th^ir nariM at the More of CATHER8 * BRO., *nm?r of Hollidav and BaJtiuore street". At Wtunrffroit, Del., E. 8. R. BUTLM, 114 Market street, will attend to the delivery of the St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 March 1854

OA 1 Lit EVENING STAR. l w\TiTTvr ttuigguii. Pt Btic MetTwo at Corp s Saloon.?Last1 Diifbt. a large Hud enthusiastic meeting of the frienls and admirers of the late lamented T. peviii Iieilly waj held at Copp s Saloon, when t ?cr:es oi resolutions was agreed to, expressive of ;he high esteem which they held for his ehar icter. and of deep regret at his premature decease. Ti: j foil* wing are the names of the officers tf ii* meeting : l,ever?y Tucker. Chairman. Vice Presidents?Hon. James Shields. John K lhowoB, Fayette McMullen. Hiram Wal hridge. John C. Breckinridge. Henry May, John VV. Maury, IVm Seldcn, P. Barton Key, John W. Forney. W. D WaJlach, J. I). Iloover, . uhn Ir. Ennis, C. B Ciu-:key anil Daniel Rat clifftf. Secretaries.?V. McXcrbany. M. C. Far rclly, James W. Sheahan. Sinun >mith, Wm. .'.I Ouluuuel. Mat hew Butler, Nicholas Cal lan. and Frank Reilly. The Chairman opened the proce.diogs by ?Hading to the deat h of Mr Keilly, a gentle man who had pa.->ed. in the ful...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 8 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR, WOULD I WERS WITH THEE. Would I were with the*, ev'ry day and hour. Which now I -penri .sadly far from thee, Would that my form p<wse?*'d the inajic power. To follow where mv heavy heart would be." Whaie'er thy lot, hy land or gea. Would I were with thee eternally! \V on id f were with thee! when, the world forgetting, Thy weary limb* upon the turf are thrown, V\ h? n britlii and red the evening sun i? setting, .And all thy thought* belong to heav"n alone When hnppy dream? thy heart employ, Would I were with thee, in thy joy! " \\ ->nld I wer?- with thee.' when, no longer feigning The hurried laugh that stine? hack a sugh ! *' Hie yoong lip pour* unheard its sweet complaining And u?rs hareijtiench'd the light within thinoev?' When all st-enw dark and nd bekm Would f were with thee, in thy woe' ODDS AHD EHD3. ^ ..u "k m, love, how many times, I think oi you a dae, t frankly answer, only once, And mean just what I say. i '^u seem perplexed, and somewhat hurt....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 9 March 1854

the evening star ib PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (.moot sua DAY,) Jt SXi OtfutfOti D -Uieei, near liSA, nearly oyyo rJt the firing Hotel, K T WALL. ATI1 k. HOPS. 1\>??5wCTikernin theeiuea of Wfwhin<ton,Q*or*e kt.v i, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a i. per aiutum, pajribie?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Ageau. To mail auhtcribera the mb ?cnation price ? THRiiii DOLLARS AND FIFTY rKNTS a yar in (*iee*ce, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONR DOLLAR for THREE IfVTHS. Si^om coti*s 0*1 rrjrr. VOI,. III. WASHINGTON D. ^ THURSDAY, MARCH 9. 1854. ~ NO.Tts. XI * ? * f # ' " ' t * mr- r * * * ? ?-* G t z *- ey ra mi mmbts. FSDM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Nassau Street, .corner of Ana.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SP&IN3 TRADE, 1854. Dliooti.n A>. -i 7 .Uairten L?nt and . 39 X??*u street, invites the atten tion of hi;" firmer cu.-tjinerj ml merchants gene rally, PttrhruUrrly WnMnalt Buytrr, to his mmens? stack of INOIA KUBBSH GOODS which h? has now en had aad is daily receiving fro...

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