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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. "WASHINGTON PITT: MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 27. spirit or thx xourare pbess The Intelligencer republishes Louis Kos Mith's fool-letter, denouncing the Amer ican Senate to " the German populations ui the United States" for the rejection of the nomination of lieorge N. Sanders, to K: American Consul at London, and pre faces that piece of never-before-equalled impudence, with the ^following sensible r-marks, viz: ? Thb Sirnuu or Asscbakcb.?It i* as <!:fficult to measure the oooceit which dictated the subjoined letter a* it is to speak of its un measured presumption in terms of propriety xti- me. however, as is the awnrance which r lisplays. it ought hardlj to surprise any who recollectti the ovations bestowed on writer in a great portion of our country three or four years ago The extravagant? we Lad almost taid the revolting?homage lavished on him during his triumphal progress through our Northern, Western, and Middle States, an extravagance of which wc could not s...

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 March 1854

V\ILY EVENING STAR. LOCAL nTEJjl^fiESCE. i,-iRin u.i^y.?On Saturday eveuing. Prof. A irtain delivered a >ccond leeture ou Spir 'vnalism at Ca*u?:? Saloon. which was inoder attended, the room being about two ,,^d- Sllrl hut. .13 in the preceding lecture, ,;i?er<*-i the ] revious Thursday night. *ere no rapping manifestations, the lec t being -imply a disquisition upon the phi ,.f hv it the rnbject. fhe le'tnrer Lcgan hy commenting upon the if i*:'' leh;*>ivr of th? .\acitia toward.* ?kj.gon ranch of plilosophy. enunciating the j, line that the whole uni\ crge may bo elassi ;(d ur.t?i th" two heads of mind and matter he u 1. could not be controverted, eitht r pe^ theologian or the rc!igious mar, a!th- ugh the m i'erislijst mi^ht dissent frim tais Joct-ine. it ww n^i, however, his inten se to a-tempt a discuwion of thi.- Uct. taking granted by the inajorPv of the people. ..t the main properties of matter wn.? uni ursall y acknowledged to be ?? incrtiA." so that $ wa- necessary...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAB. love the old ?T L- ViaOlWlA SMITH. I love the old, to lean be*de The antique, easy chair, And my fingers Mftly o'er A wreath of silvered hair; T" pre*# my g?owiag lip* upon The furrowed brow, aad gaze Within the sunken eye, where dwells The "lijit of other day*." To the fold pale and faeble hand That on my youthfal bead. Has lain so tenderly the while, When evening prayer was said; f ? T<> nestle down close to the heart, And rnarrrl bow it held, Such tal*s of legendary lore, The chronicles of Eld. Oh' youth, thou hast so much of joy, 8n much of life and love, So many hopes?age has bat oae, The hope of bltf ? above ; Then turn awhile from these away, To c heer the oid, and Wesa The waited heart-spring with a stream Of gushing tenderness. Thou treadest now a path ot bloom, And thine exalting soul Springs proudly on, as tho* it mocked At time'*: uulelt control; But they have marchcd a weary way. Upon a thorny road ; Then soothe tbe toil-worn spirits ere They p...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 March 1854

NO. 389. the weekly star. Thi?rxrrl!eat Family and Nrwi Jonw*U4??? * HLW?Vi?U.t( ^LeroW rr**r.Stb*i '** be found .o aav oth? r -1? wi Wsieey. ntn. Sinflc rnpjr, prr iwm #1 * " CLr^ ' 5 ? ."J, 6 <* ~..li ?? 1* ANlKt. W prorurtot ?? the Pamitrtui ?1?o act t* a*?nu will br coaimimnoH at t?rm'r |?r Fi?f copifi.. Tin d<i Twenty do.. . .. *t th* ronntf i foe<? the evening star ^ PUBLISHED EVEKY AFTERNOON, LSXCKPT^SUNDAT,) g m CJ c. on 1) itreet, near 12tA, nearly ojyo "i* tkc Jri ir-i Hotel, Bt \V A LI. AC II A. nOPE. ' ^ , r. i it>#rs in iIk*citita ol VVasliinctnn(<3eorgc ' i-Mtina, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?I (wr annum, jwyiMe?SMX CENTS- week ? > Ap-hi*. T'j mail sot>>-<: libers the snh - ri i- THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY vr- a jr.ir in a'-fr^r, TWO DOLLARS tor \ M'?vri!S, ?i?d ONE DOLLAR for THREE M M'llS. COPT*9 OS* C?1*T. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C? TUESDAY, MARCH 28. 1854. fSO* THF house OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 T? uim Street, <corner of Ann.) TilE AMER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: TI'EPDAY AFTKWfOOlf, MARCH 28. E7"THE "STAR" OFFICE IS LOCATES ON 0 STREET, SECOND DOOR WEST FROM TWELFTH, ItEAR THE JTTNCTION _OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S ? IRVING HOTEL." SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer is chary of editorials i'.is rr?orning. the editor contenting him self in that line with briefly congratula ting the Postmaster General npon his suc<-*ss in establishing the two penny rate of ocean postage between this coun try and Australia. The I'nuvi, in a few brief remarks, sides with Mr. Breckinridge in his coatroversy with Mr. Cutting, of yesterday, and de scribes his victory as being overwhelm ing. The editor also gives the recent speech of Mr. Hunt, of Louisiana, a side wipe. The Union's leader is an able ar ticle on our Mexican relations, designed, evidently, to hasten the confirmation of the Gadsden treaty as sent in to the Sen ate amended. The Sentinel argues in favor of the re...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 March 1854

DAILY evening star. ^To r n ? ^tunitesce. Ibe City Coc'ciu.?The whole of the Iran-acted last night at the meeting inhe Councils, both in the Board of Alder c a i in the Boarl of Common Council, *-ii>vj f ri i-Mpally of local improvement? of L^riv vl.ir importance. The only subject . lu. h interest *a.- a petition presented to Lser l?'*' I- Me*?w. G W. Yerby, H. M. Thos. li. Stew irt. and John L. Brown, I- V "heir ag-i.t. Alexander M Cummin^. J "r-ii reiercnce to the proposed City Railroad. 1 r" 'tbe meeting of the first named Board ,Mcrre i to n ?elcct r mmittee consisting of ^r;r? Towers, Magruder, axd Clark. At the < f the other Board the petition, after ^nsg been read, was ordered to be laid on jttble. 'he subject of the resolutions that jjd pa"Cd the Board of Aldermen at the jjt'inc n the previous Monday being intro preparatory to their passage. Previously the third reading of the above joint resolu -ic? condemnatory of the City llailroal, whi:h (.already been given m estr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 March 1854

DATLY EVENING STAR. [ros THE IT A ft. THE SOHG Of TH1 MIWfTBKL. ? V KILL IlUMlt. A -poke on the *??! fortune, A feather borne ctretewjf by, Without Piiher friend* or possession", A wandering minstrel ani I. And now m I rove o?r the water*, i >r carelessly traverse the land. My harp in my only companion, And sings to the touch of my hand. Its tones full of iwccUmm and 80 plaintively fall on my beart, If ever reduced to starvation. We never?no, newer cntld part. For oft when the shadowy twilight Creeps stealthily war the land, I steal with my harp to the forest And sweep there its string* with my hand. It sniffs to me there of a cottage,'! Whilnme by the window it hone, And oil to my nighties* old father In tones of compassion it sung. It speaks of ? mound in the meadow, O'ergrown by some tokens of love, And whispers, "though lowly his pillow, He reigns with the Meased above. Ha treads with th? minstrels of baaven Those regions of beauty and light, And round you, perhaps, dearest m...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 March 1854

THE EVENING STAR 16 PUBLISHED every afternoon, (bxckpt^sundat ,) tike S<?t Ofuc, on D tfrett, near 12/A, nearly opp9 nte the Irving Hotel, Br WALLACII 8t HOPB. T> ?iVK:iiber8in Uiff cities of Washinftrm.Gcorjce |.?n, Aleiaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?.! 12 rr a?m??n, payable?bix CENTS?week |y to the Avsts. To mail subscribers the nib ?cnpu.m pnet! I* THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CKVTf a yo*r in ahwnwe, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. earns ex? csirr. fV I 5 00 Tf ~ f> ?? C9IJ 4o|............iAW ft?-So*. itoi* (m wmpfwnO oan br procur"! ?a the c<>unt? < i? mediately afwr tk* Imm ?l lite P*Vt. Pnr?>- !'? res C?itt?. PomtArr*** ?'ho act w if nt? will be aDowed a WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1854 Club of six copies -Jf, Club ttf 13 copies.. Jo Club o; iO Club of 27 copi^. -jf) 8J raoi.THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDOITALD, * ^MMn Street, (corner of Ann.) rTHE~AMElUCAN PICK. I ' mtratedW eekly, which is published w^ork Wrj Saturday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITT; WEDfrEMDAT AFTERNOON, MARCH 29. ^ SPIRIT 07 THE M0EZIH6 The Intelligencer notices, in a gratified tone, the appointment of Horatio King, Esq.. to succeed the late Major Selah R Hobbie, as 1st Assistant Postmaster Gen <C*il. " Fair Play's" third paper, show ng the shocking probabilities of war to us at the present time, will be found in the hvtelligmur this morning. Accord ing to the estimate of this sedate writer, ? war with Spain would " knock us up entirely," as Paddy expresses it. A Lou isianian, in the same journal, publishes an amusing sportive article upon 44 The Ethics of Fillibusterism." The Union discusses 44 The President's position," by the light of Col. Jcre. Clem ens s two letters, and insists that the upshot of that position is but a declara tion of adherence to the doctrine of pop ular sovereignty regardless of its conse quences to any and all. It strikes us that the Union is making a mountain out of a molehill, however, by trea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 March 1854

daily evening star. tOCU INTKlUGEm. Nivt Y vrd.?The wi>rks fot Ihe ex^ensior of the buildings at the Navy Yard are still in prv.cress. and in the new machine shop. th< workmen are busily employed npon the shaft jag. which is intended to tran(>mit tmtrfon tc the machinery; the nutans are likewise em jd?yed in completing the new engine hou?< attached to this department of the yard. Tb< fly wheel and crank shift of the engine. art not yet fixed in their places, but probably will be in a short time. Contiguous to the abort named building, a brass foundry is in coursi of erection, and in another part of the yard, workmen are engaged in driving piles, oc which there will bo built a large shop, in tended for the manufacture of chain cable, Ac, In the operation of driving the piles, instead of manual labor, two smail portable engines are employed to raise the weight, technically caUed a ? monkey," by which the piles are driven The marine railway is likewise bein^ laid down, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. IT THAT WEES T1UE! ?t ra lion. -*Tn lost hare toiled and traded, Have lost fretted, (tare gained and rnerrd, Since l*?t the li*ht of that fond faith faded, Bat. friend*?tn its day?what we believed! The poet'a dreajns and the peasant1* atone*, Oh, never wil. time that trust renew Tei 'h?"v were old on the earth before us, An i k?vetr talei?had they but been true Borne spoke of home* in the greenwood hidden, Where a^e was feaxtaaa and youth wm free, When none at life'* board seemed fuest* unbidden, But men h?d ve*r? lifce the forest tree ; *ioodly and fair and rtiil of summer, As lives went hy when the world w? new, Ere ever tl?e .injrl step pa?*ed from her,? Oh. diwrr.ers and bard#, if that were true : ? Snm.- told u.? then of a ?ainle*e standard, t>f hearts that only in death en \v cold, hew march was ever in freedom's vanguard, And not to be stayeff by steel or fold. Th^world to their very craves wm debtor, . he tears of her love fed there like dew? had been ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 30 March 1854

THE EVENING STAR lb PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KAuiiTfrSUMUT,) M :W Star Oft, on D ttreei, mot 1?A, nearif If ttie Ur Frvntf HoUL, Bv W ALL, ACH Si UOPB. To iuU?crib?i in the cities of W&shintfon.George t-jwn, Atoi**dria, Baltimore and Philadel(Jtia, a l-i Kr ?nnoa?> parable?SIX CENTS?week ly in the Ay??. To mail sulwciib^xs the sub ?rriptk* prKe Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY cents a v-ar in aJcarue, TWO DOLLARS for -IX MONTHS, ;,nU OXB DOLLAR for THREE Mu.XTHS. Suslb const ?*s ceht. VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1854. THB WBBKLT STAB. TMirirHtm Family *t>4 !fr%? Jrwtma! - >?? a rrvati r rarw tr vt *?trr>-*ln* r??c%f than c?a to fo?n4 in aiy i> i?m |itikM?l <? S*t??Hr Tea T NO. 391. J JJ ? ?????? ? * ???????? ?? * ^ IMvatUaBLY IB iWUCI. 0&- BttifU- v0^ I'D *r?w*i?) can be prnean* U tkr count'? i nvsliatHji after ike war o> th? l>*p?-r. Pik^- i'li'i C*irrt. Po?Ta4.?i ?Uo act aa afaatt wBI be i imnaiMHn a; t wr mw. F20X THE HOUSE OF WM....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 30 March 1854

in-- gHawa? DAILY eveningstah. WASHINGTON CITY: Tl?rR5*f>AV APTBKN'lON, M ASCII y> CTIHE "STAR" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON D STREET. S ECOND DOOR WEST FROM TWELFTH, NEAR THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREST AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S ??IRVnrG HOTEL." tr.CXCIEI FOB THE STAR. f ._ n* in B*itiw:>*i wishing to subscribe for the Duuy ? ?nin~ Star, '.an have it delivered to them on the tveninjt (A iu? issue, hy faithful carrier*, Jty Itiviitj ibt-ir at the uote of CATHEE3 b BRO., comer ??' Hollniav and Baltimore street*. At Wtixtkotos, D?l., E. S. R. BUTLER, 114 M ;rV.ei Mreei, will attend to the delivery ot the S*mr At Phil*uh phi?,J. T. BATES, at the Exchange can fnntt?>. those who wish copies of the Star early on the morning after ita issue. At Portsmouth avd Noiuou, Vi., R. O. STA PLED, No. 4? Huh street, Portsmouth, it prepturd to the Si or regularly to al! who may w?h it. At Ann*poi is, M?., NOR.MAN LESLIE will act as Areiit for lite delivery of ii?t Sfor on t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 30 March 1854

OtfMf TOVfemi. lOCU IHTBHIBgHtg. A Co*ak:> Pr*n?i. ? Tfcc other night, a rn*h scene took place at one of onr theatre*, which haJ not been placed down in the play bill, and whi:h came off some time after the rurtain had dropped and tha audience bad de parted. it appears that a cert a in individual wh we rams we forbear to publish, ha* t?en lately very e%rnest in pajing hia " devoir ' to one of the actresses employed at the theatre wtere the occurrence which we are about to unate took placo. and is in the habit of fre Renting the theatre after the performances are concluded, to see tha lady home Acoord iog to the regulations of the theatre, it is the duty of the stage carpenter, after the per formers have changed their habiliments, and have departed, to closa the bouse, and to see that there are no intruders remaining On the night in question. Mr. wasfat the it*a're, and seeing the stag* carpenter in the act of ban iing our the lady already alluded to, preparatory to closing tbo th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 30 March 1854

I CAFlfOT CALL HEB MOTH'E. BY Xft* nhUKH T. BOLTOX. The mwn.ip nl? in oyer. And ttKxifh I turned a?ide. To ke-'p the fae>u from went* The lf?r? I cowld not hid?. I wreath'd my fact in ntnilinf, And led mv Httle brothrr To ?reet my father'* .-luwen. Bit I could not call brr mother. a fair young creature, With ajpeek and rentle air. With WitpVye- ?nA anil loving, J And Pifkni ?unny h??.? 1 know my father give* her Th?- love li? bore another, Rut if mh* were an angel I could never call her mother. To meht I heard her singing A song I used ;o Jot*, \Vh?>n its sweet note* were uttered By her who King* above ; It pained my heart to hear it, And my tears I could not smwtlicr, Foe every word wa? hallowed By the deaf voice of ir.y mother. Mv father, in the *nn*hine Of happy day* to come. Mav half forget the shadow That darkened our old home; His heart no more is lonely, But me and little brotker Mast still be orphan children (*od can give us bat one mother. They've borne my mother's pi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 March 1854

THE EVENING- STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON (*xcwr%srjn>AT,) Ji <'j 3t*i Oflet, oh D ?*?<, ntm ISiA, ntm ly Off rit ike Irving Hotel, ( t Br WALLAO'H fc lion. To borrow in ih^rtljes of W.uhingtnn.Gf'ffrge r.o?m. .Itrxawdria, Bahimnre and Ptiihdrlphia, a f i l-i p^r annwn, p?yiWc?81X GiiNTS?week lv kt 'hi! Arrnl*. To ?nfl *nhvf riSrr. the mib . prior is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CETM ? ynu in TWO DOLLARS lor fi|\ M?nn<? OWE DOLLAR for THREE jl' WITn*. Pinbm conts on* ntirr. _ vj /. T. "*!< n '' ? * ?d ? ? oojiie.cr<tru. daoawllr i?tj d: i-lw ?? rf'.- I'ttq 0I36j - ? ' ' !T dw*K ysh ri'"v: ?ri' mov -if- ? ' ' Thueicelleat fMirfy .\nd Hew* uli;'' ? - ? *? |i - t>i ?- - ? v ? ?. j ?njr ???* ^ son; > | a sane I H P? / ?IT atMMfl 'Iw " . ??? <r?i I i&iU i, y(l ?? ?? 'vf ?? tt CLCM. rvr r ? r** ** ? ? '?*??*????? ..????#?.<?....* ? 1 n ^ *? * * ** *** * * ** *?*^??< ????????>??>? ? ii. rwevj do.. OO-Cam. VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D. C? FRIDAY, MARCH ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHtHQTOW PITT: FRIDAY APTBBJtOOH, MARCH 31. grTHK "STAB" Offio IS LOCATED OK D STRUT. SECOND DOOB WEST 7*011 TWmFTH, 1TEA2 THE JUJlLTlOlf 0? TWELFTH 8TEKT AMD PEHHSYLTAKIA AVEBTJE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FBEBCHS "ntvgri hotel** iorj# circulation of the Star it the most desirable advertising me rfnm in the District. It has more r?tder> m turtles of Washington, Georgetown, end Alexandria, ffcm a? iA* tfier Wu* ?ngton dailies combined. AOIIVCIII FAB TU RTAB. Persona in Baltimoh wishing to ?abacribe for the ?Datf* Amkf Aor, ou have it delivered to them ,in ihe evening ot >? issue, by ffcitbfal tamers, by leavl?( their names at the ?tare of GATHERS k BRO., corner of Hoilidav and Bktaiore streets. At WiumMTo*, Del., E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 Market street, will attend to the delivery or the Stmt A* PnuMLrnA,J. T. BATES, at the Exchangt can furnish those who wish coptm of the Stor early ob the morning after its issue. At PoKTsnorm a*? Notrou, Va., R. G. 8TA 1 "W1 street, Po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. LOCAL ISTBlllCEUB. Ssiihsoslan Ln:>T!Titiot.?The concluding lecture of Dr Pmith's course on chemistry, wad delivered on Wednesday night, the subject di? a*>ed being the useful metals The ? In telligencer remarks in it* account of the above: ? A very important fact in reference to ireo was mentioned and ?ti? that may not be with out a ?hade ol" the alarming We refer toils ten-iency to undergo a change from a fibroas to agranular vioaditiun, to Die indefinite ah t< tract ion of its tensity and strength. Fibrous iron, by bung for * considerable time sub jected to concussion, will become granuiar. and therefore weak. A knowledge ef thia principle has induced the French Government to disallow the use of iron axles on their pub lic lUUgetices beyond a certain time ; they must then be removed Iron cannon, originally very strong, become weak and weaker by use, from tie loodeiuug ot the teature of their sub stance." ! Although not much regarded in practice, it is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 31 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. LITE OX TBI EABTH. ?T US- M ART ?? Mil Menu. Life h?h its many mo*"*, H? many care*, lt? i' ngjng, withering *hrood of ir^-loathed wo; There grow aotul ibe wheat aa many fares mercy* God can ???er here to grow. Want, bar*-bfl*?4 want, around us phnnkt and co wen, For what of brave, fofwg, ? printing life can be In and lane*. ami cellar* fool aa omrw, Wtmm e'ea God's air and tight are never free? H< trta, ^tiverinc Iramaa hearty are bora to beml In wretchedaeaa mt deep, and dark and lone, That it would be momt utter and complete li God in heaven could e'er forget his own. Bui darknew never yet was wholly dark; Tba precious, diamood dew comes down at night, The ouid, hard flint holds close the cheerful spark L ThaiHesK< with Us gladdening warmth andlight. And angola Krrer round us all the hours.' ^ni Ian otir levered lift with cooling wings; And when the land itono-cloud darkest lowers, P imm, beyond it, Ue a van's own boauiy sprigs. Th< rlowisi up tpnnght...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 April 1854

VOL. III. THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFIEJURXHi, (EXCSn^USDAT,) M tk* f*rr Oflrt, on D Hrect, near 12tA, war ty ?f}>> ?i? LU fnriiH U*t*l, Bt WALLACH * HOPE. To ?>uhscribcrsialhcciiic? "f Washington, GeorRC i >?rn, Alexandria, RaJuaiore and Ptnladd pbU, a g.l 1* r*r annum, payable? 81X CENTBs?week i? tii the Agent*. To mbw. liters the sub prripuoa pr?c? u> THREE UOLLARti AM1> FIFTY rwrr? ?? yenr in .W-onrt, TWO DOLLAK8 ft>r H1X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. (Iimu cnrtas e?i omi. WASHINGTON. D. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1854. NO. 393. FROM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 !?a?sau Stnwt, icorner of Ann.) TIIE AMERICAN PICK. I -I'S illustrated Comic Weekly, which is published L .n N'-w York everr Saturday. has now coax neacd the third year of it.? prosperous existence lf rev4i<xl .-v !*r rer circulation than any Attempt ot '-h? hind over started in America. It is filled with Cute and Caricature Hke'vssfM of persons and things and these atone ar...

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