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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY APTtiRN?*>N. APRIL 19. THE STAR IN BALTIMORE. Persons served with the Star in Balti more, are requested to pay nothing for subscriptions to any one beside Andrew Muirhead, who is the agent for the de livery of the paper, until further notice. Any orders left at the book-store of Cathers & Brother, comer of Baltimore and Holliday streets, or with Andrew Muirhead, No. 45 Britton street, near Madison, for the northern part of the city, will be promptly attended to. SPIRIT OP THE XOBJrHTG PRESS. The Intelligencer speculating briefly on the recent snow storm, publishes the following letter from Mr. W ebster, bear ing on the fitfulness of the weather at this particular season of the year: Thcrsdat Mousing. April 19, 1844?. Mr Dear Sir: I received your note last evening. The avow storm will delay our de parture for Norfolk, and I shall be happy to see General Mascn any time to-day. The 19th of April, 1775, was so hot a day that many Bri...

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. — 19 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR,. I? C At 18TB L I, I wiTcir; Rick, Rare ani> Ricr '?" At an enormous expend, and through herculean labors'* to '? that oud ias the New York Herald says, in making a similar announcement) we hare procured an exclusive copy of the Franconi correspondence?a series of letters rumored to have been addressed to many well known gen tlemen of Washington, asking their aid in | repairing the damages of the storm, Ac , Ac.,, to enable the public of Washington to enjoy, without fail and in due style, the most gorge ous and interesting entertainment ever pre pared for their amusement. Rumors of the contents of these letters, have already created quite a furor of excitement throughout the city. Hence, our unexampled exertions to ] obtain it. We will simply add that nearly all the par ties to whom these letters were addressed, are said to have been essentially "sold " [circci.ar.] To the Citizen.* of Washington, residing rear th' Ibjiuxirome:?In roturnfor the gen erous actio...

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. — 19 April 1854

DAILY evening star. SOULS, HOT STATIONS. w ho phall jud(e a mm from mani.en, Who shall know him bv his dress? Paup-rs may be fit for princes, Prince* fli fur sanirthiaj; less. Crumpled shirt and dirtv jacket, May bectothe the folden ore, l>f the deepest thought-' and feelings-? 2>aun vest could do no more. There ore springs ot crystal nectar Ever swelling out of -tooo. There are purple bnds and golden. Hidden craved and over grown, God. who counts by souls, not dresses, hoves snd prospers yr.u and me, While he values throne*, the highest But as pebbles in the sea. Man upraised above his fellow*, Ott forgets his fellow, then ; Masters?rulers?lords?rein ejuber That your meanest hands are men !, M*n by labor, men by feeling, Men by thought and ni? n by fame, Claiming equal rights to sunshine In a man's ennobled name. There are foam embroidered oceans ; There are little weed clad rills, Th?re ar< little inch hiifh saplings, There are cedars on the hills. But God. who connts by ...

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. — 20 April 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (?XCKPT^SCNDAT,) JttUbttr OyictfOn D street, near lith, ntariy oppo rUe Ike Irrin; Hotel, Bf WALLACH h. HOPB. To gabacnbcnin the cities nf Washington, George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 14 jH'r annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Ageat*. To mail subscribers the snb ?*npt?n price w THREE DOLLARS ANT) FIFTY CENTS a year in adccnee, TWO DOLLARS for ?IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sixslk copies on? cext. |(7-Cass, ibtabiablt im *>?*>?. Q(J- S.ugU iojw (in wrappers) cu be proctral at the counte', i-mediately after the twne ot th? P*P?t. Frie?>? Tbkee Cbwtb. PomMtiK *iM m( bs aiiBB will be tlbwvi ? WASHINGTON. D. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 20. 1854 in iu mains. fSOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Naisan Street, (corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. Til* >at?crib--r3 having devote i their personal attention for rcany re^r* to th? manufactur* of BILL1 A??DTABLES, are fully competent to exe cute work thit...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 April 1854

DALLY EVENING STAR.~ WASHINGTON OITyT^ THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 20. j ?- ????.??? : the 8TAE nr BALTIMORE. Persons served with the Star in Balti more, are requested to pay nothing for subscriptions to any one beside Andrew Muirhead, who is the agent for the de livery of the paper, until further notice. Any orders left at the book-store of C^hers ?fc Brother, corner of Baltimore and Holliday streets, or with Andrew Muirhead, So. 45 Britton street, near " fdison, for the northern part of the city, will be promptly attended to. SPOUT 07 THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer rejoices over the pas sage of Miss Dix's bill for the benefit of the indigent insane through the House, yesterday, and extols (indirectly) the speech of Senator Thompson, of Kentucky, against the Homestead bill. The Union counsels strict neutrality of feelings on the part of the American peo ple in the current European contest, on the ground that all the Governments di rectly interested, are hostile to the prin cipl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 April 1854

daily evening star. LOCAL IVFEUlBgNCE. Girmama Musical SoriF.Tr.?The concert of last night, given by the Germania Musical Society at Caruai's saloon, was very largely at tended, the hall being filled, ami every one was highly delighted with the evening's per formances. Indeed, the hall was so crowded, that many were obliged to stand, and we noticed among the audience, many of oar (jerman fellow-citizens, 'ihe concert com merced with the overture to "Dcr Freischutz/' which was capitally executed and highly ap plauded. as was the succeeding piece, a waltz. Use of Mendelssohn s compositions followed, after which the ?? Casta Diva" was sung by M lie Lehmann, and enthusiastically received. The second part commenced with an overture, by Wagner. c.n elaborate piece, and the next r'ece. a terzetto fr<im Attila, performed by W. ileyor, J. Schulz, and F. Thiede, on the Eng lish horn, clarionette and bassoon, was encored, ?, were also th? two next performances, the Florence Polka, and the S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. XT GRAID-JfOTHEKI STAND BY ?. B. W., OF BLMWOOD. ft may be indeed I am childish and vain, But I love the old relique of antiquate form, Like the surf beaten vt-ssel that furrow* the main It hath *tr?ggl? d and weathered thro' many i storm. Fnll weil 1 reawiaber it, when but a boy, The ?pot where 'twas placed by that matron!] hand, And now I am old, like a child with iu toy, I love the old retie my Grand-mother's stand. " "Tis a lonf time ago." though briefly it seems, Since I heard the dear le?tona of virtue and truth Oh, ob that the Part would return with its dreams And let me live over one day of my youth ? Then I should sit down in that old fashioned room. So simple, so artleas, so rusticly planned ; Then I should bring roses, and drink their perfume) A? they blushed in the vase on my Grand moth er's stand. Ah, well I remember the treasures It bore? The book our kind rector deposited there ; In fancy 1 see the good man at the door, In ftmcy behold him still be...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 April 1854

THE EVICTING STAR 18 PUBLISHED EVERY AFTEBNOON, (KXCEPT^SUinUT,) :i? Star O+lce, on D ttreel, near 12tk, nearly vpp* nie the Jrrinf Hotel, Bt WALLACH fc HOPB. To subscriber* in thecities of WMhinftoa,George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ? j 12 per annum, pajible?SIX CENTS?week |y to the Agents. To mail subscribers the sub ,,-nption price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY fCVTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for >IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sinsli copies on* cikt. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, 7B0JI THE HOUSE OF WK. E. McDONALD, 102 5aa?au Street, (corner of Ann.) BILLfARD TABLES. -uL-rib.*rs haviag devoie 1 their person*] X attention fir rr.any years to th-i manufacture of B1LL1 V> I> TABoEv*, are fully competent to exu rut- work that will give eatir.-. satisfaction to th* most 'astidioas Cnnno'sieor. Being the mo?t uxten sive manufacturers ia the Union, they are enabled to furnish a superior table at 10 p?r cent, less th ?i any oth?r establishment in the...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 April 1854

DAILY E VENING STAR. WASHINGTON OUT: FMDAY APTEaifOOM, APRfL 91. the stab nr raltimobe. Persons served with the Star in Balti more, are requested to pay nothing for subscriptions to any one beside Andrew Muirhead, who is the agent for the de livery of the paper, until further notice. Aoy orders left at the book-store of Cathers A Brother, corner of Baltimore and Hoi lid ay streets, or with Andrew Muirhead, No. 45 Britton street, near Madison, for the northern part of the city, will be promptly attended to. SPIRIT 0? THE MOBNTNQ PRESS. The Intelligence eschews editorial to day. The Union devotes a column to an on slaught against the late speech of General Cullom. The allegation is that Mr. Gid dings and his friends have found a co-la borer in General C., notwithstanding the fact that the General represents a south ern district. Mr. Clingman, writing from the House over his own signature, to the Union, makes a strong epistolary argu ment against the insane bill; placing his opposition...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. L 0 C tL INT E L L 11>8!> C E. HorEt?The hotel at the corner of the avenue and 12th street, known as the Irving House, which has been for some time shut up, will be reopened about the fif eenth of next month, by the Me?srs Kirkwood, under the appellation of "Kirkwood House." The build ing i? ?t present undergoing vast alterations and improvements. the workmen being busily engaged therein, a.* it is the intention of the proprietors to render it second to none in Washington. Two of the main improvements are the new arrangements for lighting and heating, for which purposes new gas fixture* have been placed ail over the building, and a regular sy-tem of heating by furnaces and pipes introduced. This latter is a novelty in the building, there having hitherto been nothing of the kind. Several alterations have also been made in the interior of the Hotel. The office, whi~b was formerly opposite to the entrance, has been removed to the other end. which will be found...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 21 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAB. THE OLD COTTAGE CLOCK This exquisite piece will doubtless send many a reader to tne little volume from which it i? taken * The Lrtters. the principal poem *>f the book, is a cariosity of its class, it is simply a narrative of a little matrimonial quar rel, of the most ordinary, and indeed prosaic kind, begun ia tears and ending in kisses, yet .full of the poetry both of the imagination and the affections. The shorter pieces have the usual amount of grace, simplicity, pathos, and religion* feeling by which the muse ef Charles Swain commends herself to a wide cir cle of '-the gentle and the good."?Chamber's Journal. Ob! the old. old clock, of the household stock VV u the brightest thing and neatest; Its hand*, though old, had a touch of (old, And its chime rang still the sweetest. Twas a monitor, too, though its words were few Vet ihey lived, though nations altered; And its voice, still strong, warned old and young, When the voice Of friendship faltered ?'Tick, ...

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

THE EVENING STAR LB PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (BXOW^SUWDAT.) M UU SUr Ofrct, on D 4rcct, near 19tA, ntrniy *p?& rile the Irvine Hotel, Br WALLACH k HOPB. To ?ub?ciib?rsinthecitiej oi Waahlnguxi, George town, Alexwdria, Baiumore and Philadelphia, a $3 18 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Ageats. To mail subscriber* the mb ?cription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIPTY CENTS a year in adranee, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Simhlb roriw o\t crirr. vol. in. washington, d. c., saturday, april 22, 1854. no. 411 iiYHimmns. FBOM THE HOUSE OF WX. H. McDONALD, 102 Nassau Street, (corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. TUt subscribers having Jevo e I their personal attention fjr rcanr ye^rs tv the nitRut'acture of BILLIARD TABLES, are fully competent to exe cute work that will give entire satisfaction to the m-wt a?::dr>u? Coano^sienr. Bein,? the moat exten sive manufacturers ii the Cn?>a, they are enabled tn furni?h a surw-ior Uble at 10 per cent, les...

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. — 22 April 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (BXCWVDHDAT,) Jttka SUt Offlct, on D rtrert, near nearly oppo rite the Irving Hotel, Br WALLACH A HOPB. To rabscribersin the citiej of Washington,George town, A.^iaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $3 18 per annum, pay*ble?SIX CENT8?week ly to the Ajtenu. To mail subtcribera the Mb ?criptioo price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CF.VT9 a yar in advanee, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sixuli opts* ok? c?ht. Star. . a c.o tf vol. in. washington, d. c., saturday, april 22. 1854. no. 411, REV YORK &D7ERT1SEMEITS. FBOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Naasau Street, (corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. subscribers h?Tin< Jero e 1 their personal attention f ?r rcanr years ti the manufacture of BILLIARD TABLE?. are fully competent to exe cute wori that will give entire satiation to the m-yit asiidrnw Being the most exten ?iv* maou'aetur-rs l*? the Uni >n, th.^jr nre enabled to fnrni-h a ?uoerf->r table at...

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. — 22 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. THE OLD COTTAGE CLOCK. This exquisite piece will doubtless send many a reader to to? little volume from which it is tak?n * The Letters, the principal poem of the book, is a curiosity of its class, it is simply a narrative of a little matrimonial quar rel, of the most ordinary, and indeed prosaic kind, begun ia tears and ending in kisses, yet J'ull of the poetry both of the imagination and the affections. The shorter pieces hay* the usual amount of grace, simplicity, pathos, and religious feeling by which the muse ef Charles bwain commends herself to a wide cir cle of "the gentle and the good."?Chamber's Journal. ?h' tbe old. old clock, of the household stock Wu the brightest thin* and neatest ; Its hands, thuugh old, had a touch of gold, And its chime rang still the sweetest. "Twas a monitor, too, though its words were few Vet tliey lived, though nations altered ; And its voice, still strong, warned old a?d young, When the voice Of friendship faltered J '?Tick, ...

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. — 22 April 1854

DAILY EVENING SPAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 23 . THE STAB, nr BALTIMORE. Persons served with the Star in Balti more, are requested to pay nothing for subscriptions to any one beside Andrew Muirhcad, who is the agent for the de livery of the paper, until further notice. Any orders left at the book-store of Gathers A Brother, corner of Baltimore and Holliday streets, or with Andrew Muirhead, No. 45 Brit ton street, near Madison, for the northern part df the city, will be promptly attended to. CCT-TRF TIR8T PERFORMANCE AT THE HIPPODROME TAKES PLACE THIS EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. THE WEEKLY STAR for to-day is a capital number. In addition to its usual amount of tales, poetry, and Washington News and Gossip, it contains the very interesting Franctni Correspondence. Persons at a distance should remember that the Wkeklt Star contains more Washington news of a reliable character, than all the other papers in the country. This paper is printed from new type, and in a convenien...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAB. I L 0 C AX T E L L16 g fj c E. Libfrja.--\ esterdaj evening, a meeting of T Ca?Q8e of ionization at k k ^"^eld at R?* Mr. Sunderland's Idfir *[**' whiohWM ??rgelyattend w.r? t 8u u Pray?r- th? proceeding ?re opened by the chairman, Hon. Judge } a7??- who made some remarks upon the dif. ficultie? that the Colonization Society had to encounterin its labors. Col. Seaton then read a series of resolutions agreed upon and amend ed from the original draft, by the committee appointed to revise them at the last meeting ot which the abeve gentleman had been af the^im^Tffc11 TbeSe reao,atioD3 asserted Ihl h?n ?at theJ"l0** of Lib??a had upon the benevolence ?f the American people, ind a though they hoped for Congressional and Mate assistance, yet their main reliance was in the liberality of the public They pro posed o es ablish a line of packets to Liberia, proferably steamers, and estimated the cost of so doing at $100,000. Col. Seaton then spoke 1Q w V-?r resolutions, whi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 April 1854

ifrAlLY KVEWTW^CTAK. " iamxy iranx. Pure, have yon not heard of one Barney lfGill ? I? Thatch-town he live*, at the foot of the hill. Hi* h"???e l* no secret; ?t stands I* the road. And. uj kape uut lite ftaes, tw surrounded wid m*l. ihm^t the wind and the weather, long time was it ? Till the dirty dun cow ate the strew from the roof. The latch string is hung at the top of the door, The aate little window conie? down to the floor; It has one light el' eta**, and that w a '|dud," To kape in the dark, and to kape out the mad He has children galore, all frouxy and fat, Wid cheeka like red cabbage, and beads like a mat. The Khool master knows them, I'm sure, by the rule, That nlrer at all d?n ha charge for the school That he kapes on the hill. Ob moo, I must say *Ti? a Me?sed free land where there's nothing to pay. A wife, t?x>, pare*, juM to hate all the while. And to carry the wood from the neighb< r's big pile. Ve? - may know her, I'm sure, by the dirt on her face. And ber dres...

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

IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (?XOHM^BUNDAY,) At '<* Star OffUe, or. D street, necrr 12fcfc, ruarhj oppo lite the Irving HoUl, Bx WALLACH * HOPB. . To subscribers in the cities of Washinfion, George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?3 14 per annum, paytble?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Agents. To mail rabwuibers the sub senptinn price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in France, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and OXE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. SraaLi corns out cekt. iei ran wmmns. niOM THE HOUSE OF WM H. MeDONALD, 102 Naiaau Street, corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. THB ?atvi-.Tikt-ri< having devote! their personal attention f >r many years to the manufacture of B1LLI.4HD TABL.K3, are fally competent to axe cute work that will give entire satisfaction to the mo^t 'astidioai Conno?ieur. Being the raont exten sive manufacturers in the Union, th?y an enabled to famish a superior table at 10 per cent, less than ? ay other establishment in the country, to whicL Uct the...

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

DALLY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 94. Hy~ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EX ECUTED AT THE EVENING STAR OFFICE. SPIRIT 07 THE MORNING PRS8S. The Intelligencer contains an able com munication in favor of the Gadsden treaty, also republishes a very silly story indeed from the pen of the Gerk of the House Committee on Public Lands, accusing the Committee on Territories, and the friends of the Nebraska bill in the House, of a very disreputable trick in order to pass ? new Nebraska bill in the absence of its opponents, 4c. We hare simply to say that this story is worthy of the inventive , genius of the House committee clerk who , wrote it to the Philadelphia Ledger. This morning, in the House hall, it seemed to i be very generally attributed to the pur pose, on his part, of summoning to Wash ington as many Congressional friends of Mr. Bennett's land distribution bill as ( possble, the consideration of that measure < having been set for to-m...

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

DAILY EVENING STAR. L1) I' H I U PILI m C E. W Th* FTirrt Dv.o'iE?Notwithstanding the in : clemency of the weather on Saturday aftor .'noon, Monsieur Fianeoni resolved no longer to defer the opening oi' thu Hippodrome, and ac-1 cordinply the doors opened io the evening, for a public performance it had been originally determined in the monr'n*. to have a full dres? r jbearsa! at 2 p. m , oa tbe above rained day. but thu was put of at the lasr miuute. tlie performance being deferred until the evening. Public curio-ity had been ao ex ited especially since the publication in our columns of the Franconi correspondence, that a large assemblage in spite of the weather, ?waj collected ir. Judi-iary Square, and about the City 2I-t.Il, towards 'he evening, long be fm ihe Lour announced for the opening cf the , d ?ors. At one time, great anxiety was felt I 1< st tbe perf irman res would again be port I p >r?d. an l we veally be'ieve that if such an f annom:c?tnenf bad been ma ie a forcib...

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