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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 7 April 1854

"DATTT EV^yrNG STAR. wA8IHN6T0N 01TY: FRIDAY ArTKKN(M)N, APUIL T. age^tiri FOR THK STAB. Person? m Baitibcss wwhutg to subscribe for tte Daily Evening Star, can htTe it del'rered to tliera on the cTenins of it* is?ue, by f&itbttil curriers, by [ leaving their narjt-? ut tbe store of CAT!!!" i h. BK?coram of llolii.lav and Bfcltiaor*' -"treels. Ai tt'awrirros, U?l., E. S. R- BL'TLEK. 114 Market utifft, will ?Ui-:id to the delivery ' 'be Star M PmuDtLfRiiJ. T. BATfcfi, at itar uifkinje can turaijli ilio?;e wbo wish roptwi 01 the Mar ee.rly on the n.ornint after its i.wim. Ai Pomt*wo'-t* a"D Noaroi.*, Va., R. C. STA PLES, N?*. 4d H?cb?ueet, PortsBtot. b. is prepared to #?rve U?e Star r-"cuiarly to nil wbo n>ay Tuh it. At A!*x\poi.is, Mb., NORMAN I.EfiLIR will act as Agent f?w the delivery of the Star on the evening of iu i-jtie. TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADV2BTISBBS. No snl?eription discontinued unlr?~ by positive ordi r ie't at thi" ofllcc. The privilege of Aunual Adrerti.-wrs i* stri...

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. — 7 April 1854

nATt.K EVEN 1 gg si'Ait. L a I AI ! > T R I, L! GJ Ji C E. 0, ai i'E^>r Postaue ? Lass night. Klihu i:ur.-iti. :Iio we:I ku-'wu le-'turer, delivered a arse u[ on the lu. vo nailed subject, t,t ? aru.-i s on. before a vcry l;?rgc at-d'ence , f ladies and fccu'lemen. who were sulfi-tiently numerous to complet* ly fill the room. Ilie Urturei began by aaymg that the sub j. .-t !??*?! :ic uly reached its consummation in the Uii'isb pailiament, so fitr as that country fn'concerned and then explained the princi ple* and moaning ?f tboOcean Penny Postage, nsineir. that the postal charge upon a letter scrips the o-ean from port to port should he tc ''en'.? By this iegula!i<in the American p.?: office would le-'oive five cent* for tvery letter sent across ihe ocean, two cent" for the ocean puetage and three ceiits for the inland 1 .stage while toe I'ritish ?? ?ft office would re .?ive f 'ur cenis for cach letter nauic!}', two cint- 1 >r she o?ean postage. and two cenu for the inla...

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. — 7 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. BXJBY ME IS THE MOKHIHG. BY MRS. HUE. Bwv me in the morning. mother, Or?let me have the light Of oa? bright day on mv pave, mother, I re you leave me alone with the night. Alrme in the night of th?- grave, mother? "T1* a thought ot terrible fear!? Ar.<i you w ill be here alone, mo'her, And *tar* will be shining here. S.> hur\ me in the morning, mother, Alui let me have the light Of one bright Jay on my grave, mother,' Ere I am alone with night. Vfi tell me of the Saviour's love, mother?' I feel it in mv heart; Put ol?: from thi* '^eaatiful world, mother.' Ti" iianl for the young to part! Forever ?o part, when h?re, mother, The soul is fain to stay, Fi r the crave d?ep and dark, mother. Am* Heaven seems far away, T'nen b'iry me in the morning, mother,' And me have U:e light Ot one lirt^ht day on my grave, mother, Ere I am alone with niglu. . Vever unclasp my hand, mother, I Till it falls awav from thine? Let *v- old the pied*'- ?r ?>' lovP? mother, Tlii i...

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 April 1854

THE EVENING STAR La PUBLISHED EVERY APTERNOOH, (kxckft^sukdat,) Jtt the Stmr Ojflrt, on D UrtH, r.cor 12tA, Marly oppa rUe Uu trvmi i .otel, Bi WALLACH fc HOPB. To m bomber* in the citie s of Wash infton, George town, AJnaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ,*3 12 per annum, payxble? SIX CENTS?week ?> to the A^nts, To nail nHcriVn the sub ?cnpUon |?rics is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CFVTS a year in oiran/*, TWO DOLLARS far s>.'X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sikolb COPIES ONI CIKT. VOL. Ill SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1854. NO. 399. FBOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H McDONALD, 102 Tfaxsau Street, ; corner of Ann.) TUB POWDER COMPANY, MANrKACrfTRBUJ OF ? G U 5 POWDKR, Don flows to furnish Gunpow l? r of all th-ir well known brands T>*: KENTUCKY RIFLE, SKA SHOOTING, AMERICAN SPORTING. INDIAN RIFLE, ELECTRIC, LUCK SHOOTING, in ke?s. half and quarter keg*, anl CaniJters of one pound ?a?b. Ali*. a fall as*ortm?nt of P.iwder for bUstlng and Mining purpose?, and for Export. The reputation of...

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. — 8 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 8. py THE " ST AS" OFFICE IS LOCATED OH D STREET, 9EC0ITD BOOR WEST FROM TWELFTH, HEAR THE JTHfCTIOE OF TWELFTH STREET AHD PEJOTIYLVAHIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FREWCH S " IRVING HOTEL." ' large circulation of tke Star makes it tke most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It kas more readers *w tke cities of Washington, Georgetown, <m<I Alexandria, than d. ike otker Wash ington dailies combined. AGKNCIII FAB THE STAR. Persons in B altikose wishing to subscribe for the DaHy Evening SUtr, can have it delivered to thun on the evening of iu issue, by faithful carriers, by 'eaviug their nunu at the store or CATHERS k. BRO., corner of Hollidav and Baltimore streets. At WiunirsTos, Diu, E. S. R. BUTLER, 114 Market street, will attend to the delivery of the Star AtPaiLAOKLPBiA,J. T. BATES, at the Exchange ean furnish those who wish copies of tb? SUtr early na the morning after its issue. At Pobtsbottb abb Nob/ol...

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. — 8 April 1854

daily evening stab. LOCAL INTKLLUESCE. Si <tmt " Schmojs.?The reverend clergy will hare a line day to-morrow. n?id sermons on almost ertrj- topic are promised from the pulpits to iAeir devout listeners. Among them We noiice that ihe Rev. A. G. Carotburs will lecture >n the evening at hi* Church, at the cjrner of Pifih and I streets, on the war be tween Turkey an 1 Russia, irs missionary aspecti snd bf'.irin"* A* the Fourth Prwhyterian uLureh, on Nir'h strict, the Rct. John C. Sm;t!. will deliver a disc ?nrs6 in the morning, eecaai ?>ned by the death of Dr. Joseph M. Iwet A lecture, describing the reugioup ceremonies of the Holy Week, an he witnessed tfcem at Home, will bo delivered at the Uni tarian Church in the evening by the Rev Chorlc.1 Brooks In the Hall of the House of Representatives. c.t 'he Capitol, the Rev. W. ii. Milburn, Chaplain w the House, will > rc ich in the morning on the u Dignity and dangers ? f American politicaWife j: The Rev. Albert Rsmes, Jr., of ...

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. — 8 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. THE WORLD'S FIRE CRY. BV PALI. FBHCIL, J*. In tlie gr?at world city, Fire Warning b?na the nimnnii peal Fmm each lower and bill and spire. Tongue# of iron, throats ?f steel Man, there's Fire rloa*- at hand, Fire to waste thy lordly land! Even now the sparks flow ? \m fKa of bdW frames ? Human FnW rich To fired name?, Rinjr it omU Ever ling yoar wmiling cry.] Here the Are of pride is burning, Here of eavy, here of hau, Hrrr of good to evil turning, Kindling in the wnywmrd great. Louder, bell*, sound out the alarm. Take the watchman'a sleeping arm."] Watchmen, wake I shrink not in terror, Clothe you for the struggling flfht; You mutt prew through flame* of error, You no?i toil to save tbe right. Bells of Truth, ring south, ring north, Call new labor< rs, call them forth. For the wrong's wild fire is roaring,-* And deceits dark smoke-cloud rolla; Come ! fail streams of truth be pouring; Drive the mist from mortal soul*. Ring, bell*, wilder, louder, higher Toil, m...

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. — 10 April 1854

THE EVENING- STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, t KXCOT^StTKDAY,) Ji .'JU Si*r OJU'., on D rtreet, nemr 19U, nearly ojpo witt Ike Irving Hotel, Bi WALLACE k HOPE. TO jnb~"rib^r? in the cities of Waahinfton,George town. Aifxaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a j:l I* p? r annual, pajubte?SIX CENTS?week ty to th^ Areata. To Bail aubacribera the nib ^nption price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CEVTS a v,;.ir in aJrance, TWO DOLLARS for ?siV MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE jlONTHS. Sibslb corns ohm cert. VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D. C., MONDAY, APRIL 10. 1854. NO. 400. fSOM THE HOUSE OP W*. H. McDONALD, 102 Hamu Street, (corner of Ann.) TUB POWDER^COMPANY. MANUKACrTRKRS OK OU SI p O W I) K 11 , Oontinm- to fjmL-h Qanpowil*r of a'l their well known brand*. viz: KENTUCKY RIFLE, 8EA !?H?OTINO, AMERICAN SPORTING, INDIAN RIFLE. KLKCrKIC. DUCK SHOOTING, ia kegs, half and nuirtor an J Canitt-ra of one pounJ Kch. A If*, a full i?orimen! oTPowJer for Wanting an.] Mining porpo*?s. aai for Export. The r...

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. — 10 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHiNQTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 10 iy THE "STAB" OFFICE IS LOCATE! 0* D STREET, 9ECOND DOOR WEST FROM TWELFTH, NEAR TtTg JUNCTION OF TWELFTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S ?' IRVING HOTEL.'* iL/" The l&rgc circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than d. ike other Wash ington dailies combined. AGENCIES FOR THE ?TAB. Person* in Balti*o?* wishing to subscribe for the Dmiy E***ing &ar, tan have it delivered to then, on the evening ol its laMe, by IkithfuJ carriers, by IcaviDj? their names at the store of CATHERS * BRO., corner of iiolhdav and B^Jtimore streets. At WiLJn*?T0i?, Del., E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 Market etreet, will attend to the delivery of the SUet At Pbila^ci phia,J T. BATES, at the Exchange can furnish those who wish copies of the Star earl) on the morning after its issue. At Portsmot-th aj...

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. — 10 April 1854

DAILY evening stab. LUC A I. HT E U, 16 EH C E. Oak II?: i Cchktery.?Amo:>g the agrceab'c pr .menadei with which the environs of oui metropolis abound, there is none, perpbaps. n re suited to call up sad bat pleasant reflec ting. than a lounge a>out the precine's ofOak HiII Cemetery. To the s'ranger resident in ,?nr mid-'t. we would say, that Oak Hil! Ceme tery is situated on the Georgetown Heights, and hat a walk of a short half mile from the I'nion Hotel, will bring him to the gate*. Although <?t oo vast extent, and as jet only re-ently laid out, it may compare favorably ?i;h many other cemeteries of more sounding pretensions and of higher reputation for n.itural and acquired beauties. Nature ha. June much to make this a chosen spot, and art bus ably assisted in carrying put its wishes, while the majestic oaks, that rear their hea ls thick from their mother soil, and which give its name to the locality, form in summer a de lightful and refreshing shade, a5 well as the na'...

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. — 10 April 1854

DAILY EVETOG STAR. Here is a beautiful wtiTof fancy, which will bring a pleasant bat mournful memory to msny hearts It wu found not long tine* among the treasure* of a lady residing on the borders of Cayuga Lake, and contributed to the column* of tha Albany Evening Journal. The correspondent remarks that it is jewel from a lost argosy :? ICH BET BXnr * BT MI41 MAST mathsb. Sunlight ia sleeping on the bills? And'mid aoft leaven of glowing green, Old ruined hirer* wilh nodding walls And archea stert. and rocks, are seen. Anon, a thousand star* look down Into the dark and waveless Rhine To each a silver eye sends bark A look that whispers, Ich Bin Dein ! Sweet poets unto us have sung, How, in the sunny Persian bowers, ? ' Thcsaghcoumle^ blossoms hourly ope, j ??e ls Qiccn of the (lowers And how throughout the solemn night,; Soft sheded by a favoiite vine, The Biilbul sings, the while she sleeps, Love me sweet angel I Ich Bin Dcin '-2 The heltantbus to her god Is ev?r murmuring Ute song...

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. — 11 April 1854

IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KXCsn^stJXDAr,) Ja tit 9t*r OfIce, on D street, mar 19U, nearly opj? itie tk* frruig Hotel, Bt WALLACH k HOPE To sab#cr.l?ers in the cities of Wasninfton,George town, Alexandria, Baltimore nnd Philadelphia, a f.< W p*r annum, payible?SIX CENTS?week ly u? the AceiU. To mail subscribers the sub trr.puo* price ix THREE DOLLARS AMD FIFTY ('F.YTS a year in adranre, TWO DOLLARS for t?ix MOTTI1S, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE M'l^fTHi?. Si5iL? corns oss cent. VOL. IU. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 11. 1854 m YORK I1TMITS. rSOM. THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 5aM&a Street, corner of Ann.) TIIE POWDER COMPANY, MAXtFACTCKETES OF o U ft POWDER, CtnDiar to furnish Gunpowdtr cf a 1 th?lf well koo.n brands vis: KENTUCKY RIFLE. 9EA SH'JOTINO. AMKKICAN gPOHTlKtf, INDIAN RIFLE, KLECTRIC, DUCK SHOOTING, ia ke^s, half and quarter leg*, ?nd Canister* of one pound Alse. a fall a*?or!m*n* of Powder for blasting and Miaing purposes, and for .Export. Tbe reputation o...

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. — 11 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON (J1TY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 11 AGKXi'lBM FOR THE STAB. rontons in IIaltimobz wishing to subscribe tor the Daily Eremn^ Shir, can have it delivered to thcni on the evening ol iu iseue, by faithful earners, by leaving their uanta at the store ol CATIIERS & BRO., corner of Hollidav and BjJtiuwre street*. At WiLMiNSTO*, Dii>i E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 Market street, will attend to the delivery o< the Star AtPBiuDtLTiu^- T. BATES, at the Exchange ran fumi.'h tiio*e who wish copies of the Star early on the morning after it* issue. At PoiTf?orra and Norfolk, Va., R. G. 8TA PLE3, No. 48 High street, Portsmouth, is prepared to serve the Star regularly to all who may wish it. At Annapous, Md., NORMAN LESLIE will act as Agent for the delivery of the Star on the eveninc of M? issoe. TO SUESCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. No subtcrpuon discontinued unless by posiuve order left a; tius offlcc. The p'ivilcge of Annual Advertiser* is strictly limited l their own inu...

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. — 11 April 1854

daily evening star, j 'local INTELLIGENCE. The Cocschs ? Board of Aldtrmtn.? I fbc following was the principal business transacted at ihe Board, yesterday evening. A joint resolution asking Congress to enact a fresh cod* of laws for iho District of Colum bia. which had passed the Board of Couuou Council on the 12tli of December last, was pinjed An act making an appropriation of $1600 w repair the damage done at Tiber Creek by t,e late rains, founded on the petition of John toy led. on being brought up, to some discu-i ?ii>n Mr Borrows iaid that according to the esti mate. the repairing of the wing walls of the culvert and laying a new flooring at Foy's w>uld c?*t the CorparaSon $H?00. but that the expense would eventually be repaid by Con gre? The fault arose from limiting the cur rent of the stream, and f>r his part he would prefer an < pen waterway with iron bridges thrown acro?s the culver's. The present arrangement w.is mada by the Commissioner of Public IJuil lii.gJ...

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. — 11 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR, JACOB'S DREAM "3l ((T. SKOKSK CHOLY. The sun was 00 lh* mountain zone That (ri?riis vate* tenuty, Palestine : And loYrfy from the deacrt ro*> Uie moon, Yet lingering on the horizon's purple line, Like a pure ?P?rit o'er its eanhly shrine. Up Fadan aram'a hetcht, abrupt and bare, A pilgrim tdil'd, a a?l oft on day'a decline Look "J pale, then paused for eve's delicious air ; The mromit gain'd he knelt, and breathed his even ly prayer. Hr ?prvn<l hi* cloak and ?Inmher'd darkness fell Upon tha twilight hills; a sudden sound Of silver trumpet* o'er him seem'd to awell; riowds heavy with the tempest jfnther'd round, Yel was the w hirlwind in its caverns tound ; Still deeper roil'd the darkness from on bigb, Gigantic volume upon volume wound, Above, a pillar thootinf to the sky; Below, a mighty sea, that spread "incessantly. Voices are hea'd?a choir of golden strings Low winds, whose breath w loaded with the rose; Tfcen chariot wheels?the nearer rush of wings ; P...

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. — 12 April 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, ( *XCKPT^Snn>AT,) it Ik* Star Ofce, *n D street, near 19tt, Nearly Off* til* tXe Irving Haiti, Bt WALLACH & HOPE. T? ?abeei\lier?in the cftiet of W?*nnitnTi,Oeorge Lowt, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, A $3 IS per annum, payable?8LX CBNTS?week ijr to the A*e?u. To aiaii mtk*crik*n the sub ?criptmr. prtre is THREE DOLLARS AND FIITY CENTS a year in odrome, TWO l>OLLAR3 for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAB for THREE MONTHS. 8i*?li corm ori ceict. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1854. NO. 40* Ill II! MStTISEK FEO* THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Fawan Street, (corner of Ann.) THE POWDER COMPANY, MANLPACTrKKRS OP o U ? P o W 1> E R , Continue to furnish Gu?powd? r of a'l their well kuowa brands. viz: KKNTUCKY RIF'<K. SKA 8H' OTING, AMKRICAN SPORTING. INblYN RIFLsl. BLBCTRIC, DUCK SHOOTING, ia ke<s, halfani quarter kegs, and C&n--tera of one pound ?tek. . A!.*. a foil a ijcr'ni 'n- of Powder for blasting and Mining purpo?c...

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. — 12 April 1854

IHTTjY evening star. WASHINGTON CITY: fTEDNESOAV AmRltOON. APRIL 12 ?'?H THE AT.1R. Per*>o* m Bai.tu?oh? wiping to *ube?n?>e for th fraxi* f'rr*i?C ?stmr> c*n have il dtf,'vered to an tJ;e evf.i>a? of its w?ic, by faithful carriers, by fcavinc t?:*;r names at the (tore of CATHERS fc. BRO., o-?rner of Hollidav and BbJtimorr streets. At Wiun!??ron, Dsl-, E. 8- R- BUTLER^ 114 HhM Mi eel, will attend to Ux" delivery of the Stor At Philadelphia,J. T. BATES, at the nichang* fan furnish those who wmh coptas of the Stmr early on the moronic after its woe. At Po?T?MorTH AHD NoaroL*, Va., R. O. STA PLES, So. 46 High stre?t, Portsmouth, is prepared to serve the Star refulariy to all who may wish it. At A**a*olis, Md., NORMAN LESLIE will act as Agent for Ui? delivery of the Star on the evening Of its issue. TO 8TOSCR?BEBB AMD ADVERT IB EES. No subscription dm<*ontinued unles* by positive order l'?H at this office. The privilege of Annual Advertisers is strictly limited l their ow...

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. — 12 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAK IDC it I ST 81 LIIBMC B. Navr V.**!>.?'The only part of the Navy Yard buiMirp, fr >m which strangers are ex-, eluded. is the laborat >ry, where the manufac ture of those small, but dangerous articles is n.aJe, by whi h the musket. cannon, and shell are made to uischarge their destructive w - tents. The reason of this is iinoernti ve. f*r if visitors were allowed indiscriminately to enter there"* *>me little inconsideration on their part might be fraught with fatal consequences. Where the manufacture of such explosive com bustibles as percas?ion caps, fusels for shell--, !<?-, i* carried on. too much caution cannot be j rac tired. and. t herefore the general exclusion from thi* department, except bv express per mi??ion. i? quite justifiable, snd. indeed, to be commended. By the permission of Mr. Clapham. the su perintendent of this department, who is called ue Pyrotechnist, we were allowed to enter the vtiier day into his manufactory of combusti bles...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 12 April 1854

he wnx hot woo AGAnr. rr,a, b?t - ?"????. c,rf'T WOn5' pride and pawon y,*?ken , S th.1t word the . bain that bourn! Two loving hearts win broken The b**ty wrath lw passed away, The bitter words remain ; In min the lady weeps and sigh*? He will not woo again No other love may light her P41* '? No other move hi* heart; Yet changing seasons come and go, And find them still apart; Her once bright cheek is paler now : His brars a trace of pain; Their day* ai e sorrowful, and yet He will not woo again. They met as stranger?, calm and cold, As calmly, coldly. part; And none may guexn that tranquil mein Conceals a tortured heart. T.) bim the world hath lost its light; For her all joys are vain ; Xor hope, nor memory bring relief? He will not woo again. Alas, that love long tried and warm, Should wither in an hour ; Alas, that pride oVr hnman beans Should Wield such fearful power ; Oh : weep thon not for those who die? For tbem all tears art vain ; But weep o'er living hearts grown ?Who ne'...

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. — 13 April 1854

THE EVENING- STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (BXCWlfcSUKDAT,) Jtt the 9tmr O&ct, on D street, near 13U, nearly eppo nU tke Irvine Hotel, IT WALLACH It HOPS, To snbscriberi in the cities of Washington,Qcorfp wwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 12 per annum, payiWe?SIX CENTS?week ly to lb' Atents. To nail subscribers the sub pviptiflfi price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY OEMTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for HIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS, dixsu corns ow? ckht. VOL. III. WASHINGTON. D. C? THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1854. NO. 403. FBOM THE HOUSE OF WM H. McD05ALD, 102 Sanaa Street, (comer aI Ann.) THE POWDER COMPANY, MANIFACTL'UKRS OF ' OI7!f POWDER, Continue to farnith Gunpowdtrof ail their well known brands, vis: KENTUCKY KLFI.iL 8K \ S'HiiOTING, AMERICAN' SPORTING, INDIAN R1FLU, KLKCTKTC, DOCK SHOOTING, in ke? quarter keg*, aad Canisters of one pound Ali*, a full wortment of Powder for blasting and Miumg purpo**, and for Export. The fruition of their Ounp >...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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