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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITI: TUESDAY AFTMUroON, M ARCH 91. 5 --- -* *? 1 ? m TO COBRBBP?I?l?lirrR. No nonce can be taken of anonymous Commnnlca lion*. Whatever U intended for ioMrtioa, MM authenticated by the name and address of the writer?sot pecwantrily for publication, bat a* a guaranty of his good faiifc. We ? an not undertake bo return rejected Communi cations. 3PHUT or THE K0M118 flTM ~ The Intettigeneer seems greatly pothered to tinderstand how Senators could make up their miuds to rote for the Nebraska Kansas bill when, as some such gentle men declared yesterday, " there is, to :.^:r apprehension, nothing real and sub stantial to be gained iron the bill by that section of the country which it is supposed to benefit," while "tliere is danger of leaving the country to iafcr that a period has arrived in our history when the force and virtue of compromises between conflicting opinions are no lon ger operative." The Union goes into ecstacies over the result of the New Ham...

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 March 1854

daily evening star. 10 C11 ISHUICEH c e . 001 ??<Jb PKmrrrmxGs.?Board of AUrf -fit ? The following business was transacted last night : An ml lor paving the south front of square ?jsl between l-ih and 13* streets; read twice and referred to Commute? on Improvement An aet authorizing the earl. stones to be set fi. Ttwny r"ve<1 on the c.?t front of sonnre . ; rzferr^ to Cormniftee on fnjpm.mwte ! Commnnlearfon from the Mayorenclosing a letter from Judge Dunlop in relation to a nuis ime, referred to Committee on Improve ment. Memorial of D.iuiel Ratcliff, to repay him f>r expen iitures on his wall on K street in theSeconl War-i; referred to Committee on Impp vemtou. -? An act to authorize the grading and paving t: fhe alley in squire 284 ; passed. A?* for tho relief of ],ewi? Carusi; pasted. An art to Continue the dredging of the Wash ington Cana! and for other purposes; passed. t_ communication from tbe Mayor, notifying his assent to nn act to provide for introducing ga? into...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 March 1854

daily evening stak. TO A TOUJTO LADT 01 HXR MASJL1A0S av o. *? rrrr.o*m*LB. Th? j tiiU me, gentle t*?*? U??y dack tb?e for ? f*TWlC i 'iai 'be wrratb i* wovm for ihv hair, the bride zrnoui by thy tide; . . AuU 1 think I hear thy lathtr's sigh, thy uiothetV calmer tone, . . . . As Jiey l i*e thee to another's arms?their bcauti fa!?their own. I iiptm nw a bndi] hut Diy eyelid hath been wet, j Aa4 U always eeem'd to me a* though a joyous crowd Were met To see the oddest sight of all,?a gay an* girlish tbing, .... Lav aside her maiden gladness foi a name and for a ring. And other cares will claim thy thought*, and othrr heart* thy lo*?, And gayer mends may be around, and bluer skies above; Vet thou, when I behold thee next, may's! wear upon thy brow. Perchance a mother's look of car*, for that which decks it now. And when I think how often 1 have seen thee, with thy mild And lovely look, and step of aw, and bearing like a child, O! how mournfully, 1*>W mournfully the thought cmbw O'e...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 March 1854

the evening star is PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (kxckptfcscxday,) M 'u >w Ofi*?,on h Or ft, <far i~21-\, Marly oppo se e tke Irving Hilei, B * WALLACH 4i HOP8. To *1 t**er ixafsin '!>?" cities i>f VV a.- hingtMb Gt^orfe nwn, A'^arfilria, Baltimore and Philadelphia. a yj It p*"' allium, payiMe?SIX CENTS?week iv :o the A^es is- To mail subx rib?-rs the iub K-np?'>" P*1"'* ?- THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CBMTS a yrar in advance, TWO DOLLARS for fIX MO.VTM*, and OVF. DOLLAR tor THREE MONTH:*- Sirroi.* corns os> ckxt. mssM * w VOL. Ill WASHINGTON. D. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1854. NO. 384. FSOS TilS HOUSE OF WM. H. MeDONALD, 102 Naisaa Street, (comar of Ann.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SPtINd XBADi, 1354. DIIOm>>lA>. A: Maiden (,?ne autl . 39 !V?*iau Hi reel, ivri'. -s tlie att-n ti >a erf hui t">rm-r *?? ticier* a:?l merchants geae fil yf I'lrtir thirlj irW**'''' />V/>*t< lii^ mm-tipe rscs of JNI>I V K!*H3fc!i tiO >D-? which U- has ?owenbtiaiil U J -il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 March 1854

DAILY EVENING ST AH. WASHINGTON CITY: WFn\'E??!)AT *rTF,.R???07f. MARCH M 44^M IE? F'?K THE NT4H. P?t~?lR< in KlMIKH Wi-lliflg to ?ilbrkTitir Ubt iM h~ii* F. hm>i? tan it aw it delivered to tlfW on tUf pv.mnf oi -is i?3ur, by faiUiiui carriers, h) Ifatinr rh^i* anrw* at the ?rtnre of CATHERS k FR<"> , cnriter of lloflidav and RJtiiMR JlwB. Al IViunramn, r>ei_, E. 9. R. BUTLEft, 114 Market Mrtrt, will attmii to the delivery ol the Star At Pntt,AMti.rni*,J. T. RATEt*,*lthe Exchange esn furnish jh<*w who wi*h copies of the Star earlv on tlie morning aft<*r it* issue. At porrMopni Xorfoi.e, Va., R. O. STA PTES. TCo. ??? Hi-ti ^rreet. Port-.month. 1- prepared lo tw Var n giUarltr in all who may wish It. At Aw.rnu-, NORMAN LESLIE will art a* Afi nt for ihe delivery ol the Star on the evening of its tfMte. At Ricmnm, Va., JAMES R. yOLRROOK, Frnnklin street, a few door* above ?he Exchanf e MamI, w prepared to furnisli the Star to ?it>srrilieri> eir'.y every ironti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 March 1854

DAfLY EVENING STAR. II)C11 l*mil#8!l?8. W?'iax's Ri:.ut* Le. TTTRE ?Last nightT a lecture wm deluered at Carusi's Saloon, by Mr? Frne?tine L Rose, a native of Roland, on the elifVion and social position of woman. Tbe lady commenced by apologizing for her JeScien: knowledge of the English language, and then observed, that the present age was ripe tor a change a* instauced in the present con 'iiion of humpe. Kings and priegts are called upoato give an account of their steward ?hip. for rmn no linger believes in the divine ri^ht of fort e and fraud. Hitherto right has had t-i struggle against mi?ht, bat the signs of the t.tnrs are most portentocs of change in this r> ?pc?t. In the physical world con>tant ciiauges are going on, and so it is in the social moral. and political world; but as the physical elements have to unlergo changes before another strata is a Ued. so she moral elements have to become modified and prepared, tho public mind has to be elevated before a ch.mzc can ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 March 1854

MILY EVEKING STAR. "CHEEK UP!*' \*PVfr ?.-i f xiwilr, m.m ? ?iIt it ni n>t. w r twiwr rmnpiRim *!?-?*? <t-ar; i'' ? ?. . . m r iter igiiaut aii<i kmJ. f; *? < <* '>i a -m l'' whnt rou infer wi?li a tear. All ? >11 I* ri?hr.~ L.0) k b> tin; light. M *r " wa? I'Vtr flip (Jau.'hlrr of : Ail Out wis Mark will b*. all that If bright : Cheerily, tlitn ! cln*r up. Miry I'nciiii tVieml in cli.?euwp, .tlitn ? a tr.niUe a Hc^sme ??"*? iw? t> V, i i? !!>(? heart to I'* lM|4>) *'d U tit t.-vi* ever pfU'imi'. wid j"* PVPr new. Hitinil ???l'ie van. Stiik* like a man, Tin- i- Ih ImimI tklllil| pi.m ; Tril<lm? ?? Boif. w liile >nn <lo wlm* yon can * <"he?nljr, UiVB! rhrvr up. OLDS AND ENDS. A Cincinnati paper tells an imus story by way of illustrating the effect* }.: /.u^ed at one of Jullien's concerts re. l?y the performance of his 44 Sleigh nde Polka ' A young gentleman of ra.her an :dl'ectionate turn of mind was th^re, it seems. with his ?weetheart. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 March 1854

the evening- star is PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXrwr^SUNDAT,) jt it r Ojf-1, ? D <*rtet, ?mt 19U, nearly offty ntt tke truing HoUi, Bi WALLACE k HOPB. X<) :nh?*iaihecitie* of Waahiitcio<i,G?Kwj|r ,rtm. M?-t?*?tna, Raltiwm and Philadelphia, a ?: i? [~ r annum, pay:Me?SIX CEWT8? week ,, n. ibc T:i mail wibt-r libers the *>ih . price kTHREE DV1.F.AR.S AMI*FIFTY ifrHTS a v*r in ni'tmrt, TWO DOLLARS for ?l\ MONTHS, uid 0\'E HOLLAR for THREE H>?'THS. Kwai.i censs omk teht. VOI* III. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1854. -NO. 385. mo* THS HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Naasan Street, (corner of Ann.) I THE AMERICAN PICK. f I 'HIS Uliistimfast Comic Weekly, which is publish# d I in New York every jJaturiar, has now coa m-n-d the third year of ita prosperous cxiat-nee.? k I? h;i? mtM * large;- circulation t. an any attempt lb" Wind ever started in Aaeri-v It is filled with Out* an 1 Caricature lifconessosof f era >br and thines uH ?h*>*? alone are w >rth lh? s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON PITT; THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 93. 8pixit or tki wwnifi mu. The Notional Intelligencer's leader is j an elaborate, learned, interesting and aumsing essay in favor of the Internation al Copyright Treaty, wherein the writer ! gravely reviews the history of the Authors'' Copyright in ancient Greeoc and Rome. j The article smacks of the learned pen of i Mr. Edward Johnson, so well known in former years as the literary critic of that journal. The Vmon discourses over the trials and tribulations of ?4 the Democracy "for the last twenty years. The same pa-1 j>er rehearses the facts involved in the j case of the outrage on the schooner North Carolina, Captain Thaddeus Baker, in Cuba, in 1850, by way of showing that this Government has more causes of com plaint against the authorities of the island, than that growing out of the Black War rior affair. The Union further discusses the probable effect of committing the ijenate't. Nebraska bill, arguing very sen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 March 1854

DAILY EVEXING STAR. L U C U_ IMELLICEliE^ I><-b>dubis? ? Incendiary attempts are, uct'Tturmteiy. and to the disgrace of .?ur city, becoming so frequent, that gubj^t r#. ,vv:c m- >mment at our hand,. We are jr Tuir.1 th..t <<n the niijht before la.?t. not lesi th ?n three attempts to destroy property b? tire w?re perpetrated in the 1st Ward, two of wh'eh |rved sucoea-tul, destroying property to the 4i?->unt A five or six thousand dollars. This W! h " her property destroyed in the s ime ui 'unor and ia th? same neighborhood three ri.ht previous. nm >unts in the :iff/re<rate to tea t h<>usand dolI.1:3 ?o?s exclusive of that de stroyed tno'hcr portions of the ckv. daring th? same period, by similar means. Ten rh ?usard dollars lost in three nights in one v. i .?> t.?e act of incondiarism, prove? the Ee c?1 j uijuttic cCi. ient measures for its sup presioti. a he time has arrived when decisive j in for the protection of lile unci property mast be Lad b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. YESTERNIGHT. This ?wect little poem, is from the pen of Alice Carey It is one or thoe? gems, which we occasionally find straying in the eharaoter *>f waifs on the great sea of periodical litera ture : Yesternight?how long it mmii! Mm I in the land of dream?, < ?ne that loved me long ago? Better it had not been so No. we met not as of oW? I w?? plantins in the mould Of his grave some (lowers to he, When h* came and talked with me. White hi? forehead wm, and fair With such crown* as angels wear, And his roice?but I alone Ever heard so sweet a tone AJ1 I prized hut yesterday In the distance lessening lay, Like some golden cloud alar, Fallen and laded like a star. Huahed the chamber is, ho said, Hushed and dark where we must wed, But our bridal home is bright? Wilt thou go with me to-night ? Answering then, I ?adly said, I am living, thou art dead: Darkness re?ts bctwixts u* twain, Who shall make the pathway plain ' Ah ! ihou lovest not, h? cricd, Else to thee ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 March 1854

mm THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (RICEPT^SUNDAT.) Jf tkf Star Office, cm D rtreet, near 12M, nearhj oypo tU? the frrini Hotel, B t VVALLAl'H & HOPE. To antaeiibeMinUiccitietj of \Vasiiinftoi?,Oeorg>' town, ASeiamina, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $.? 1-2 r^' annum, payible?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Azeats. To mail rabtcuben* the 911b son prion prlc* i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT3 a yar in aJra.i e, TWO DOLLARS f?r SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR iot THREE MONTHS. Sikols com* oki nirr. VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1854. NO. 386 IET fH MNinnS. ' FEOM THE HOUSE OF WH. H. McDONALD, 102 Nascaa Street, corner of Ann.) THE AMERICAN 1'ICK. I'lllS illustratedComic Weekly, which is publi-hvd in Sew York ever/ Saturday, h.is now com mence the thirl year of it* prosperous existence.? It has reached a isr/er c.rculation tea a any attempt of the kind ever starts in Anwici. It is tii.'ed with Cuts and Caricature iiken?s*e? of persons and things and tb-se alone are...

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

J) \ I r,T'KVKXmG STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: FItII?AY A?TnBKWH>Ji, M\K?H *J4 _____ ??- ~ WvKl " STAB" MSUi* IS LOCATES UN b STREET, SECOND DOOR WlfiT FBOX Tw&rnt r^EAB the junction of TV LFiK ?T?EFT AND PENNSYLVANIA AViT.o t. -? ABLY OPPOSITE FBENC3BTB ?? iivn?& hotel." ! Tkt large circulation oj the Stak wcJm u the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has lf^re readers | in the cities of Washington* Ueorgetourn, ; and Alexandria, ^ <Wfc*i Wash" ing'on dial*** combined. AU?!?riB8 FOR TIIK NTAB. pr/ ...ui in KaI.iix.i*z wishing to <uh*iribe for the i ?/. h f. in? Star, '.-an havt- it delivered to tiiero on th* '??niint ot -ts is*ue, by faithful carrier*, b\ leavt !li*if nsr.M ai xt* More of CATHEBB *. BR'?., rori.er of fiollidav and BuHioMn* streets. At VVmiMrn*, Del.. E. S. R. BUTLER, 114 M >rfc?-T street, will attend to the delivery ot tlie Stai At Ph;LADtUHt*. J. T. BATES, at the Exchange ?ar, furnioh th<>*e who wish copiea of the Star earlv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 March 1854

DAILV KVEMXU STAir LOCH INTELLIGENCE. Lecture <>* SrtRrrt alisw.?Last night. a lecture was delivered on spiritualism. "at Ca rnsi s saloon. by Protes-or Brit tain. who was introduced to the assembly by Mr. Talmadge. The lecturer prefaced his discourse, by ob serving that all new principles are disputed ?f theircftnmencement by the world, whish is antagonistic to new fact?, that do not appear to eotne within the sphere of existing scientific systems. Scientific men being disposed to re ject all those facta that do not conform to es tablished theories Very many persons are prevented from investigation, through reason ing that if there was really any ba*it> for the excitement that has prevailed upon this sub ject, in different sections of the country, the science clashes would recognize those "fact*, the principles of which they have not yet openly examined. Us then remarked tiat true physical science had been persecuted in ali times, and its most devoted adherents branded wit...

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

DAILY EVENING STAR. LOVE NOT TOO WELL. ?? when I Kaz'" "P?n hrow ^nd !<*?* into his be?min* 9j%t ?)r. |M>tMUn( ?'?* u '.*?'!?*. L When sleep haw laid his laufhter by ; And Ixt'n tor hie breathing deep To iHI nie that it is but steep ;; .A wwdfeiig whispers to my muI, Willi ix>wer beyond iiit weak control, Lore ihH H*n well! f>, never let the fanlt be mine, T'le I Tightest form ot earthly mould My loving heart can eTer unfold To worship ?? a tiling divine. Yet who the mafic line has found. That d" p?? "">****'*Lor*?t" sound ! ?ir who shall claim the power to know When such affection'ii changeless flow Love* but too well > Is it Hie mother, to who?> eye *|> r.iiile is p^saed unheeded by ; Wh.w ear can catch the faintest tone Oi thir sweet voire so all her own ; \\ ho loves with trembling (lance to irace The light- and shadows of thai face; Whose every pleasure, every pain, l? mirrored in h<r own arain ! 'io ask that mother; Can she .>ay. Though love holib...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 March 1854

the evening* star IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, ( HXCKPT^SC XD A T,) j tu Office, on D ?treei, near 19tfc, nearly ojfo nit the hring Hotel, R i WALL ACH It HOPS. ?p, ?Mb6cn!>er?in the cities of Washington,Ceonie p?n, Aletandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a |j 12 prr annum, payiMe?FIX CENTS ?wwl ,, to ilw Af?;at?. To mail fiburibcre the nuh prnp*'"" Pr,ce i3 THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY L-r*Tf< a jrcar in cufrmnce, TWO DOLLARS for jl.X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE gOJITHS. Sn*#ut cttrm ott c*wt. VOL. III. ,, WASHINGTON ;i_ , ? I'M V- .... . - "i aoi?*vau. E iOO v." " u OT?R ?fc : ' - ?< ?w??sai J 'W-i .?? ?% Y?V ; 'i nmdtji / SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1854. NO. 3S7. in m[ wrajins. FBOM THE HOUSE OF VX. H MeDONALD, 102 Nauaa Street, vcorner of Ann.) T THE AMERICAN PICK. J Ml IS illustrate! Comic VTarkly, which is published in Now York ever? Satnrday. ha* now eom nen'->-d the third year ci'its prosperous existence.? It has rea~l*s<l a larger circulation tbao any attempt of th...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITT: SATURDAY AFTBEWOOM. MABCH26. HTTHE "STAB" OFFICI IB LOCATED 09 D STREET, SECOlTDDpOB VESTFRO* TWELFTH, FEAR THE JUMCTIOlf OF TWELFTH STREET AJTD PEHTTSTLVAlilA AVENUE, HEARLY OPPOSITE FREHC2T8 ?' IBVTFG HOTEL.'* (C^7V large circulation of the Stab ynnkcs it tke most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than oil the other Wash ington dailies combined. TILE WEEKLY STAR, for to-day, is filled with interesting reading matter, among which will be found the following tales: The "Ghost of a Lore Story," " Auricular Confession," and " The Beau tiful Maniac.11 Several gems of Poetry, Washington News and Gossip, interest ing " Local Intelligence," proceedings of Congress, Domestic and Foreign news from all quarters, and a large amount of instructive personal information, making it decidedly one of the best papers pub lished anywhere. The Weekly Star is closely printed, c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR taCil HTKLtlGEHcJ! Wostav's Ri?trrg.?Last night. Mr* E L Kose care ? second lecture at Carom s Saloon the ?ubject b?*irg the noliticil and !e<^&l rights rf r-iajn. She began by expressing an opinion tin- probably not ,o many of hor auditors w u! t coincide ia her idea* on the subject of ?he present lecture, as in those she ha<l ox pI?*ed respecting womaa'< education and <vial position. u Toe laics of property in their relation to aarnei women were then reviewed and their iaJU,? oe reprobated. One State alone hadjuit ?aacmaMs on theee points, and that State was l/mi.-iana where a wife was entitled to half FW. Tbelectnrer gave a satirical rriw c?i ***?to whhh a wi^w ? by law entitled and complained of the ruth ^ , laT' Which on * husband's 1e?th intruded on her grief and stripped her nfarti-.es endeared by memory. Soiue im prcv emeat. however, on the harshness of the common law had been introduced in the rUtutes of New York The present movement for w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 March 1854

daily evening star. 801VG 07 TZB SAIBATH. The Sabbath day?U* Gracious day ! Hanging the gifts of peace, ? basing life's rude* cares away, Letting tired labor cease ; Risking like sunshine on the earth, Ridding vain nh.vtow* flee, (.'ailing for praise and sinless mirth, M-ikng the bondman free. The Sabbath day?the priceless boon '? Let not the sordid derm It yields no gam, it comes too soon, I t is of light meein Let not the bigot sternly say His temple claims it all; Who chaJI imprison Mercy's ray wuhm that narrow wall The Sabbath day-the separate! For which with yearning sighs The wearied worker's patient wtut, And joy to see it rise: The aching hand, the o'ertasked brain, Alike may find repose, Asd gather strength to toil again, And strength to conquer woe*. The Sabbath day?the gift divine ! That whatsoe'er our creed, Supplies with bounteou?ness benign Leisure tor every need ; For prayer, for praise, for toothing rest, For thought ul boundless scope. For heed or Charity's behest, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 March 1854

rhi* pufiifM ??>| a ? inKn^rnf %r fmtoA ib an) otber?? pafci?b?4 <*? 1MM. Siwfiacopy,pgrim...!1.. ts to CU*?|. Piw . S99 T< D d? * ?? Twfjity do.s ?1S?I' IHrttUtLT W iMUCT. ? o.x<* <tn wrappart) can kc proourM M tfce (??wdiak-l/ aiu*r tto* '?w ?? u?? (np*r. Prn? - PaxtK rrxr* ?rr *?? ?4m??c< af f*mv ????? ''?nnuM* ? iweii'y prr < the evening star Jj PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (iH-KIT^SUKDAT,) I -v .%? D drtet, nrar 12tA, ntmbj 9pp+ air lie frcini Hotel, Br WALL A C H & UOPB. - t^r? in U?e ciues of W'a^hiHjton, Ceorjc ^ Air?a*1n?, Baltimore and Ftiiadeipfaia, a 4 pr mnwHiii. payiMe?SIX CENTS?week .p iV- To mail <nihfccrfbers the sab ^ prtrr i- THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY vr> a .**" in otraiue, TWO DOLLARS for m jfi?\TIW, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE rortn o*? ci*t. WASHINGTON. D. C., MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1854. NO. 388. l_ . . li. VOL. III. p n ismsEH i r|OX THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Ka**au Street, (corner of Ann ) m AMERICAN TICK. ?pUS illustratedComic Wee...

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