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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: 8ATCRDAY APTE*NOOIf, APRIL I. &TTHE "STAB" OFFICE IS LOCATED on d 8TEEarraoon> dooe westfbox TWELFTH* ? HEAB THE JUBCTIO* OF twelfthSsteeet aed pebbstlvabia AVEBTTi/BEAELY OPPOSITE FBEBCHS " IBYjP# HOTEL.** \?j*Tke large circulation of the SlA* makes it the most desirahle advertising me dium in the District. It has mart readers 11 the Cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than oil the other Wash ington dailies combined, AGKNCIBR FAR THK STAB. Persona in Baltimors wishing to rabMrike for the Dmly Evening Star, can hare it delivered to them on the evening of iu issue, by feithful carriers, by leaving their names at the store of CATHER8 k. BRO., corner of Hollidav and Baltimore streets. At WiunwTfls, Ptu, B. 8. B. BUTLER, 114 Market street, will aueed to the delivery of the Star AtPniLADKLrHiA.J. T. BATES, at the Exchange ran furnish those who wish copiss at tfu Mmr early on the morning after its issac. At PoarsHorTH Ann NoaroLK, ...

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. — 1 April 1854

DAIIiY EVENING STAR. LOCAI. ISTEUHiETiCE. Crivisal Court.?There were only two cases tried yesterday in the Criminal Court Margaret Rfrg and Charles McKibbin were severally tri*<l f~r an assault committed upon Ldward P The former was found guilty, aiiii t.ned, ^icKibbin was found not guilty. }lr. kiiias'iifi appeared as counsel for the Utter, nod Mr Thompson for Margaret Ring The other ease wt?!? that of Elizabeth BuMer, ? tree tigress,) wbo was tried upon two indict ment.- for larceny, beio^ charged in tbe one <-a-e with stealing a table cl- th, and in the 0 ner with stealing a dree?, she was found guilty, in both instances, and sentenced in ?:<*h case to six months iin >ri;?>nnient. It appears that the jury in tbe case of Cap tain Schaumburg, for shooting at Mr. Fuller, cannot agree upon a verd'et. They went out on Thursday, so that tiiis will make about 48 hours that they have tern locked up. a? they most probably will not be let cut nntil tne court adj->urn-? Re...

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. — 1 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. SUNDAY. Tbfa qa*int but b?nu<ifrf poena is bj Qeorge Herbert author of "The Temple," who died ?boat 1635 O day most calm, most bright, The fnrit of thi.?, the next worM'? M?d ; The Indorsement of wprenie del?bi, \Vru by a friend, and with his blood; The couch of time ; care's balm and hey; The week were dark, but for thy light: Thy torch doth *how the way. The other day* and thou Mefce up <>#ie nan; wboae face thou art, Kndpfcing at beaven with thy brow, 'Hfe woikiwt day* are the back part; '13* burden of the week liea there, Waking the whole to stoop and bow, Till thy release appear; Man had straight forward tone To endless death ; but thon dost pull And I urn us round to look on one, >\ bom, if we were not very dull, We could no* choove to look on still; .^ince there is no place so alone The which he doth not All. 3nnday the pillars are, r?n which heaven's palace arched lies; The ether days fill up the ?pare Aiid hollow room with vanities, The* are ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 April 1854

the evening star IS rUSLISHEP EVKRY AFTERNOON, (KXCKPTyflJMDAr,) >? lit Star offl. ?, on D street, near 12*A, marly %ff 1 site tke frrtng Hotel, Br WALLACH k HOPE | To ?u!>-M-nbeniDtbeciui>8 of Wftahinfirxi.Oeorfv kHni, Aleiaadna, Balumore ac<i Philadelphia, a jj u per aiumm, pari hie?SIX CEA'Td?week jy u> th* Aifeau. To mail wihxntH-r* tlie sub Knp?"?e C"fe ? THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY TE>T^ a fir in aJrc?ue, TWO DOLLARS f;>r pIX MONTHS, ami ONE DOLLAR for THREE go.Vi'H:*. &Huc9nnoineitr. * Jw;l! eOTtfClafti WEEKLY STAR. Tlihrtcelleel Family and WewJawal -eu a crrairr eari?-tf ?f micreMUg r^aAaj ifcat CM ' '? ujr other?? |?WmM ?? mi ? * * VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, APRIL 3. 1854. NO. 394. . FlW l !??! ?' . ?< lis* I ?cntf 4o.? _ 09-Ca?i<>. i* 9(7>- cApaea (ui wrapjieea) eaa W proearrJ at tkf mwm. > i i jwprr. PTire? rai PnimntK < minmiMMa m ii aet m agent? arlll fce F20X THE HOUSE OF WH. H McDONAXD, 102 Nauan Strost, (corner of Ann....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 April 1854

J)AM EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITY: V'.NOAY AFTKHNOON, APRIL 3 fSTTHE " STAB" 07F1CE IB LOCATED OH D STBZETjffECOHD DOOB WEST FBOM TWELFTH, NEAB THE JUWCTIOF OF TWELFTH STBEET A*D PEN1CSTLVAEIA AVEITOE, NEAELY OPPOSITE FBEKCH'I "IBVT^Q HOTEL" fXy J ** crtnlation of the Stab rruiifc/s * the most desirable advertising me dium tu kr District. It has more readers in On ts of Washington, Georgatotrri, and Alexandria, than rVT ike other Wash' tngton daxhes combined. AUEM IE8 FAB THK STAB. Pcr~.ua ID BAf.naou WuOunf to subscribe fr>t the Oituy E.enine Sot, 'jtn hav?* it dellvwd to Uiem ?? the evenhig oJ >ta iaeue, by faithful carriers, by '-?vinf their nar.es at the More of CATHER3 A BRO , corner of Ht.llidav and Baltimore ?freet". At \Yilwii??toji, D?u, E. S. R. BUTLER, lit Market Mrret, will attend to the delivery ol the Star At Phil*p*t.phi4, J. T. BATES,at the Exchange eari furnbi. those who wi?h copie* of the Stur early oc thfr irnrnin? nfter lt? isrnie. .PoaT?*??rTH aid Norfoi....

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

DAILY EVENING STAR, 1 Mta imittmci. i Te<iriKi.M K Mr.Kri.Nt. ?The Maine Law u:en appealed iu moderate numbers List night, at 'heir head quarters in E a tree; trie cry w*s ? Hang wot the banner! on the outward wall'1 and f indeed they did. for Pennsylvania avenue was decorated in man}' par* daring yesterday will. flags, notifying that a meet.ii g would be held that night. Ttmpernnce Hall was aecording'y tolerably well filled, the audience coming and going during the proceedings. The ceremonies commenced with singing an Anti Bacchanalian song, something about " Long. l,,Dg ft go. ' to the tune <>f the old hundredth, alter which our frietid Savage mounted the rostrum and without any circumlocution be gan reading a petition to Congress for the enactment ot the Maine Law in the District of Columbia, which he proposed that the meeting thould sign before they broke up. as it was intended to send it to an M. C for presentation the next evening. He also stated that there was a much...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. f firmn ftrW the cuntinmtion of the carnival, Cons tan t.no had opportunities of seeing Cecile -nd a strong mntaal passion sprang up between them: but the young lady in fornied him of a peculiar personal aver sion expressed for him by her father. From this time their intercourse was hall a secret one, and carried on through the kin.I Ducbesse de St. Marguerite. Tt had the effect of firmly rivetting th? chains of love, in the case of both, though that love was still unacknowledged Meantime, the C'onte de Lasino continued the father's avowed favorite. The carnival was at length concluded : and after the expiration of a few weeks more, the count determined to bring his fate to a decision, and made a formal offer of his hand toMadlledeMontemar, having hitherto only spoken to her lather on the subject, who had always endeavored to keep up his hopes, simply cautioning him not to be too precipitate in making his declaration : but the im petuous Neapolitan would wait no ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 April 1854

the evetting star is FUBLIJIIEI> EVERT AFTERNOuiJ, i MCXP^SUNDAT.) M tl* ' ??? oji. ?, on D street, near 1MM, neat ly oppe site the trrini Hotel, Bt WAI.I.ACn ? UOPB. Tu i ibsM-rtbfr-in ihf fii? j of Wellington .Cronp - ?.#?vit, .Vfxanrt*'*, HsHmt^rr anil Philadelphia, a ?jJ H p?-r UMW, pnytUe?SIX CENTS ?wwk |y 10 Um* AfP?t?. To man wihKnUr* th?? sub ^nj-u-.w price ix THREE D< HJ.ARS AND FIFTY CENTS a yt-ai tu adrvnce, TWO DOLLARS lb* SIX MONTHS, oiid ONE DOLLAR for THREE MoNTHS. Suwu cofiu oxt i.iirr. VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 4. 1854. Is k ? ????????????. .?????? .^ ? *?? it'jtr* \,m> wrappan) ca? W procured tuuxMi i nMdMifljr altar thr nut ui Ut? P*P?. frtr.?? ftui OurTi. Pwriiri.,, ? t?i ??: km ajriu will M a NO. 395. hJ K FKOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Nasua Street, (corner of Ann.) THE AMERICAN TICK. ptlllt illuotratadCouiic Vteekly, which Is published J. in New York everi Saturday, now ci?m menced the third year of if prospei jus existed* It...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 April 1854

DAH.Y RVENTW6 STAB. WA8HINOTO* OlTT: TUESDAY Ari KKBU'W' AI'?IL 4^ ty tub " ST AX" OJTICE IB LOCATED OJTD CTEEET, 9EC0WD DOOE WS8T FROM twelfth; i*ear th* jvectio* or 1'WHHTB STEEET ART) PUflSILTAFIA A TEA % HEAELY OPPOSITE FREECITS "IEVI3CQ HOTEL.'* (T~' 7E? iarg-e circulation of the 9tam makes Ike most desirable advertismg-me dium in tJie District. It has mnre readers m the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than or ike other Wash ington dailies combined. AffllfCIEfl FIB TMI STAR. Persons i* B* ltikobz wishing to mibeertbe for the DmJy Kme?i*e Sar, tem hare it delivered to then, or the evening oI to tone, by fkithfu) earner., k> If aving their nar,t? at the store of CATHEJU? * BRO., corner of Uoilidav and Baltimore streets. At Wiuuwtom, Dau, E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 Market ctreet, will attend to the delivery of ih?* Slav At P?ii^.i>ilphia,J.T. BATES, at th* Exchange n <unu?h U* ve who wish copie* of tJie Star earlj on the mornii(? ju.?*r ib issue. At PoaTtxoiTB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. t UC1L INTELLIGENCE. Thk ColSi ma.? Bo >rd 0f Aldermen.?In accordanet wrh a petition from the principal brick maker? of the city. asking the privilege of bringing colored labor into Washington, the following bill, reported from the Committee ou Police was brought in by Mr. Davis, ami led to a long debate : A . art *i>pp/ementary to tkf "Act roncemmv free lugro*!, mn/attoeand staves" jv y rored Dee. 10th, 1850. lit it enacted. 4rc., That from and after the passage of this a?t, every free negro or mu latto. whether male or female, ehall, within nve day* after their a/rival in this city and bQ the t'nth day of December thereafter anno ally re?or 1 hi* or her name and the name or name- of every member of hi? or her family, in the book? of this Corporation, and at the *ame time piy icto the treasury of said Corpo ration. for himself and family, or for himself and family so registered, the sum of ten dol lar- upon which registration, and payment r>f the =um af...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 April 1854

I)AILY EVENING STAR. ( drummed from jUtl yr'f .) then seclude myself in a monastery for life. Cecile's linn refusal to accept the count 's proposals disconcerted my plans; and at her earnest entreaty. I consented to give him a formal dismissal, the con sequence of which has been his rash at tempt ct last night." De M' ntemar here paused to recover his breath, and Constantino hastened to assure hiui, that in the father of his be loved Cecile all was forgotten, adding that his only desire was to gratify him in any remaining wish he might have. ? Bless you, my dear son," said De Montemar, his eyes overflowing with tears. i4I am underserving of such good hut I have one last request to make, which, if rot very repugnant to your feelings, I trust you will comply with. All niv estates are in France, to which country my daughter is most foudly at tached: to Naples you have no tie, no friends, no property, to interest you. Will you, then, become a Frenchman, take in? name, and make your ho n...

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. — 5 April 1854

THE EVENING- STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KiCKPT^SUXDAT,) Jt lie &3T Office, on D rtreet, near 12<A, nearly ojpo nit Ike frnnj Hotel, Bi WALLACH MIOPE. To subscriber* in the cities of WashinftOBjGeorge town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a f.t 12 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week lv to the Agent*. To mail subscribers the nib riptmn pnee is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS ? yo?/ in adrance, TWO DOLLARS for HIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE W'NTIIS. Sikblb corns oni c?*t. V * ? P > THE WBEKLT STAR TOiit r r eeBeat FamUjrand Jfewi Jc inf a greater rmnetjr of interrrthif rradinf ttmrt CM be fooM m*?y i nut. Single copy,ffr Biw to curs*. Fi*e copJe*. 4 ? ? ??. ?????? , ? ? ? , ? ? ????????? ? ? B U VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1854. NO. 396. 1. .?? (H^"Shiglf < o.ne? (in wrapper*) can be procured at the cuuott.1. 1" median ijr aAei the waue o( Um paper. Prirr- r?u C*wt?. 1"oit?4?tu? who act a* n? will be aOowad ? commiMMw * t?cn'? per ce...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITT: WEDNESDAY AFTHtNOON, APRIL 5. E7*THX "STAB" OFTICE IB LOCATED ON D STREET, SECOND DOOB WEST TBOM TWELFTH, NEAB THE JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STEEET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVFNTJE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FEENCHS ?? iRvnro hotel" j^7*TKe large circulation of the 8ta* makes it the most desirable advertising me *'ium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, Alexandria, than all ike other Wash "igton dailies combined. AOBIVCIES TBI STAB. Persons la Baltimosk wishing m aabecribe lor the Datitf E**m*e am, can have it delivered to them c ihe evening of ru issue, by faithful earners, by ,r iTln?their names at the store of CATHERS * BRO., corner of Hailidav and Baltimore street*. At Wiunnaron, Dbl., E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 Market street, will attend to the delivery of the Star At Philadelphia,J. T. BATES,at the Exchange can furnish th<?e who wish copies of the Star early on the morning after Its issue. At PoaTsnorra and Norfolk, Va., R. G...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 April 1854

n\lLY EVENING STAR. LO C At MTELLIGBM C B. Metropolitan Mechanics' Issttttt* ?We raid * visit yesterday evening, to the rooms of the Metropolitan Mechanic.-' Institute, on Pennsylvania avenue, for the purpose of see ing the mefioi of instruction adopted by its pro'essorof Drawing with hisclasses, and must confess that we were highly gratified at the performances of the pupi.s Tneae classes have now been in operation for four month*, and the Dumber of students whose names are enrolled on the hooks, is 113: the average attendance ea'h evening of instruction, the elates being held three times per week, being 87. , The method of instruction adopted is excellently suited for the purpose, and is what may be called entirely inventive at the commence ment. no copying of any kind being allowed. The pupil? are after this instructed in a course of model drawing, applied to the various prac tical necessities of each For this purpose, the rooms are well supplied with cists and models of various ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. the bible. Ther. will thou l?*rn what to thv ardent mind, M ?_ aiikc Uii!? world but as a thorny path *!", of drii|tit; man's natural life, \\ .? aJl its weaned turmoils ot ambition Nut ?* the training of a wayward child To many Mercian* ; yea, death itself But as a painful birth to life unending [Joanna Bailie. The priest like father read* the aacred page, How Abram was the friend of God on high, Of Moaes bade eternal warfare wage VVith Air.a)*lt'? ungracious progeny ; * >: how the Royal Banl did groaning tie C- n??ath the stroke of Heaven'? avenging ire; < >r .i??a pathetic plaint and wailing cry ; t>r rapt Isniah'a wild seraphic tire ; * >r r>ther sacred seers that tune the sacred lyre. JVrhaps the Christian volume is the theme How guiltless blood for guilty man was shed; IK>w He who bore in Heaven the saered name, I U.I iio^on earth, whereon to lay His bead ; How His first followers and servants sped ; 'Hie ? recepts sage they wrote to ma...

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

VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D. C. THURSDAY, APRIL 6. 1854. the evening star is PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (HICKPTfcSUNDAT,) ? ry Ofl<e, on D rtrerl. vjear 12tk, ruirly o-ppo ute Uu Irvine Haiti, Br WALL ACH fc HOPS. To yjbaciibers in the cities oi Wa.-ninttra,G?crfle ^wn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?< t-2 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Ageat?. To mail subtcriben the rab ?cnptii>n price i? THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT-* a year ?u advatue, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE gOVTHS. SlKOLI roFTli om cext. Ill TO WffflMtrT FROM THE HOUSE OF WX. H. McDONALD, 102 Xauaa Street, (corner of Ana.) TUB POWDER COMPANY, MANUFACTURERS OP GUN P O W D K R , Continue io furni-h iJu.-ipowltr of a'l th*-ir well kjovn brands. vis: KKNTUCK\ RIFLK. SEA SHOOTING. AMKRUAN SPOUTING. INDIAN RIFLE. KL.KCTRIC, DUCK SHOOTING, ia kegs, hail' aud quarter te.^, anl Canutera of one pound ejth. Alse. a full a*sor mettt of Pow lor for blasting and Mining purposes. an J...

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

DAILY WVTINTNG STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THTHSDAY APRIL g. ry tvv "STAB" OFFICE IS LOCATE! ohD m*B, TWELFTH, iteas THE JUECTIOE 01 TWELFTH STREET AES PENNSYLVANIA AVEBTTE. HEAELY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S ?? IRYIlfO HOTEL." "Z7~T7ie large circulation of the Stab muxes U ike most desirable advertising me dium in :ke District. It hat more readert in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, end Alexandria, than <?. the other Wash in^.ondr^hes combined. AGBNC1BI FOB THE 8TAM. Personf> in B altimobx wishing to subedit* for the Daily Biening &ar, can hare it delivered to their or. Lie even in,; of fu issue, by faithful carriers, bj I tvl.ig their name* a: the store of CATHEBS A BRO., corner of Hnilidav and Baltimore streets'. At WiurixoTON, Del., E. 8. B. BUTLEB, 114 Market street, will attend to the delivery of the Stay At Philadelphia, J. T. BATES, at the Ezchanfe ean furnish tiioce who wish copies of the Star earl) on the morning after its iwu. At PoarsBooTB axd Norfoli, Va., B. O. ST A PL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 April 1854

J HAfLY EVEIVnvn rtat? L?Cit IMTELL:SgMKE. Fir?t W\rp Improvements.?An accout t was tfiven last week in our local columns, ot ?*veral fresh improvements in the First Ward. We are glad to find, on a second visit to this part of the *ity. that the improvements are not confined to those already mentioned We observe that two old frame buildings which were situited a; the corner of I and 20th sts. near the First Ward market, have been pulled down, to make place for two new brick baild ings. the foundations of which will be be/run at an early period, and which will be a (treat improvement a* well as ornament to this ;.art of the city We also notice that the new building erected by Mr. Lmmet, and which u ju-1! finished, on the avenue, opposite the seven buildings, and which was fora?erly an empfv lot. rather an unsightly object, ha? been opened a* a provision store in the lower part, ly Mr. Charles Rosenthal. If Squire Walters, the o?cer of the adjoining buildings, at the corner ,>f ?t'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 6 April 1854

daily evening star. (rom tub stA*. Line* addretied to a Daguerreotype in the pmniioi of C. C. Y . BT *. ASHFORD. Fair fw, why linjrereth on thy cheek, Thr smile <<f innocence and love? Why glow tliy ayes in beauty meek, IV Ml* they in gladnesa wem to move ? ll.ith nauaht orcurr'd since from thy brow, The artist's plate trie jewel took 5 Huh r occurr'd from U?ence till now, To tiim n.ine eye and mar its look ? itiicc hat .v author! tell me where The W*>? that ftll'd thy peaceful breast - ..re thou hast stainp'd thine image IM'rt, I nh nanfht impair 'J thy happiness 3 Ala-: aim ! like dew* of iHim, Me? bv the ?un'? refulgent rays. Like leave* when autumn'* wind* have blown, .Are gone foreYr thy happy dayt. Why dowt thou weep, say maiden, why? I t ne'er on earth canst thou fo jet? Ooe? *o!Tow dim thy radiaut eye. W ith the silent tear of d?<>r regret * 0 blighted Urrsl O, fcvfl hour! Waen tint tbou didst blear'd joy eschew, Hi-i-t blast?like frost the blooming flower? Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 April 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISIlM> FYEKY AFTERNOOB, (?xcjot^soxdat,) jtX tW St*' on F itrert, tccrr 18<Jk, nearly cjrpo tOe the fmng Hotel, OT WALLACH & HOPE. To 3j:l>*crii?erstu:heciti?? ot Washington, Geonp* u>wj, Alexandria, Balunioje and Philadelphia, a ,j ;< p< r annum, pa/ibte?SIX CENTS ?we?:k Iy to th?f Aij -at*. To majl subrcilbera the sub ? ,pti->n j>fioe is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY i'EXTS a year in aA^rv*, TWO 1H>LLARS for ?MX MONTHS, and ONE DOLL\R for TFISEE M? )NTH.*J. SlMOLS GCPIBf OXI CUT. vol. m. washington, d. C., friday, april 7. 1854. no. 398. ui mh wraps. FSOM THE H3U.SE OF WK. H. McDONALD, lOii yasaau Street, (corner of Ann.) TfIS POWDER COMPAIfir. MANUfACrUREKsJ Of c; v x pu wr o g a , Cou'iowe to fjrn"> b OunpowJtr of a 1 thfir well known brands. tix: KK-XTLCKY RIFLE SKA SHOOTINV, A.' r.ttlCAN SPOiiTlNO. 1NDIVN lilFLE. KLBGTRIC, LUv.-K SHOOTING, ia keis. Ka': aul >iaixUr kegs, an i CanUters of oae pound e tcl). Visa. a fall *>...

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