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

DAILY EVENING STAR. SPEAK 50 ILL. FT CHARLES SWAIN. Nay, speak no ill!?a kindly word Can never Icav a s?ting b< bind ; And oh to breathe encb tale we've heard Is far beneath a noble mind. Full oft a beiter seed is sown By choosing thus the kinder plan ; For it b?it little pood be known, Still let u<t speak the beat we can. Give me the heart that fain wonld bide? Would fain another's fault efface ; How can it pleasure human pride To prove humanity but base ? \? ; let us reach a higher mood, A nobler estimate of man ; Be earnest in the search for good, And speak of all the be? we can. Then speak no ill?but lenient be To other's failing as y?ur own ; If you're th?* first a fault to see, Be not the first to make it known. For life is but a passing day, Xo lip may tell how brief its span Then, oh ! the little time we stay, Let's speak oi all th? best we can. 3ALTIM03LE C0&BESP0HDZHCX. Baltikor*. April 28?10 p. m. Patap-tro City?The Village of Overton? Guano Agency?" Btell" and ...

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. — 1 May 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KCKPT^SUNDAY,) jt 'it Stmr OtfUe, on D street, near l itA, ntcariy ojrpo nU tAt Irving Hotel, Bt WALLACII k HOPI. To subscribers in the cities of Washington.Georgc 4own. Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?.! li per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week It to the Aseats. To mail subscribers tlie sub ?cripti'>n price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in nhance, TWO DOLLARS for ?IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Simoli copies ow* c*5t. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, MAY 1. 1854. NO. 418. FROM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Nassau Street, corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. THE subscribers having devoted their personal attention f?>r many years to the manufacture of BILLIARD TABLE3, are fully competent to exe cute work thai will give entire satisfaction to the most ?a.-tidioui Connossieur Being the most exten sive manufacturers iT the Union, they are enabled to f urnish a superior table at 10 per cent, less than...

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. — 1 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY I. SPIRIT OF THE M0R1TCWG PRESS. The Intelligencer rejoices ovfr the grad ual approach of the day when privateering will be regarded as no better thaj rol> herv, under the law of nations, and ap proves heartily of the speech made re cently in London by Mr. Buchanan .where in that diplomatist held that that ar d' ntly locked for day was rapidly coining. The Intflltgrnccr also presents its read ers with an elaborate letter on foreign a [fairs, from the pen of its well known and distinguished Paris correspondent.? This letter is full of information concern ing the affairs of the East. The Union philosophizes upon the mu tability of things political, taking the al leged position of Col. Benton for a text.? The editor presents him in the attitude of the acknowledged leader of the Aboli tionists and Whigs, and refers to his for mer views, Ac., to show that he now holds views and pursues a course, which, while in the safe line o...

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 May 1854

?paily evening star. ? Toeu i*TEixIGf JCE. m Dsath of Fathf.r Matthews.?The Rev f Mr M-Uhews. Pastor of St. Patrick a Church. * died la't night of genera] debility, consequent i uprn old a^e He had done much good in the course of a long life, and his death will be felt *nd deplore l by a large class to whom ho always acted as a counsellor and friend, assist ing many to a large extent, as far as his pecu niary meins would aliow. The Rev. gentle man died at nine. p. m. hi3 bedside bein^ sur rounded by bis immediate friends, but he was unconscious at the time. having fallen asleep it four. p. w . and five hours afterwards liter ally fallinx as.eep in Jesus. It has been er roneously stated in the Baltimore Sun of this morning, that Dr. Duhamel attended the de ceased at the time of his death. Such was n> t the case. He was attended by Dr. Dyer, w! o was the sole physician during the whole of Father Matthew s last illness, with the excep tion of a single visit 1 y Dr. Hall, who had bee...

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 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. SONG. Give me an eye, a swimming ?>'*> To inert m> anient fiances? A sunny e\e to gaze upon When pleasure in it dances. Give me an rye to mingle beams When mirth and joy have bound me; Give me an eye to mingle tsars When sorrow's clouds are round mc. Give me a cheek, a soft, soft cbcek, Warm roses Mushing o'er It. S< bright, so pure, so angel like, Twere sinless to adore it. Give me a cheek to press to mine With that calm, holy feeling, That lulls the soul as music does, When o'er the :en?es stealing. Give me a lip. a halmy lip, Sweet ?? miles around it wreathing? A dewy lip, carnation like. Of love and fondness breathing. Give me a lip to kiss when all Or few, or none caress me? A full red lip to dream upon, A seraph lip to bless me. Give me a hand, a snow white band, To tremble when I press it A fairy hand to hold in mine, A little hand to Mess it. Give me hand to kiss and breathe O'er it mv soul's devotion? A hand to bold and press mine too, Willi ...

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. — 2 May 1854

??r STAR (THE f is PUBLISHED EVERY APTEENOON, (rsCKPT SUMDAT.) & Ik* St-ir on D ttr'.ct. near 12fAj i%4nr Jy opp* rte tke Irving Hotel. B t WALL ACH k HOPB. To subscribers in the cities ?fWasrtiinfton, Georfe ;o?d, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 18 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Agents. To mail suhMJlbers the rob ?cnption price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTd a year in odcorwe, TWO DOLLARS for :?!X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHd. Slnslx cofiks one c?lkt. mmrnm . - rli. :?j VOL. III. ? it WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, MAY 2. 1854. - NO. 419. in m mmiaiirc. raOM THE HOUSE or WM. H. McDOUALD. 102 Sanaa Street, (comer of Ann. i BILLIARD TABLES. 'T'HE raWrib-Yt h*vir? <i*-vo'e I the;' jw^?onal JL attention for many years t j th-? manufacture of BILLIAXB TABt.KS. ar ? t" <.'ly competent to exe cute work that wi;i give tjctin siti?bctioii to the most astidi 'U? Coano-ait-ur Bciaj the most axtnn sive maaufaeturers in tse Ua^n. th y ara eaabled to fu...

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. — 2 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY APTERN<K>N, MAY i [Hy"ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EX ECUTED AT THE EVENING STAR OFFICE. (SPIRIT OF THE MOBNTNG PRESS. The Intelligencer doubts seriously the propriety of conferring on the President the extraordinary power of making war at will, though, the editor avers, an American Executive did that thing once on a time, involving us in a long and bloody contest with a foreign nation. The Intelligencer decidedly opposes the notion of conferring this privilege upon Franklin Pierce, by statute. These views of our veteran neighbor are suggested by the resolution of Mr. Slidell, which we com ment on to-day, in another column. The Union holds that the speech of Senator Slidell places the British Gov ernment in an humiliating attitude, and calls attention to the speech in question as fully explaining the most impor tant public question now before the American public. The organ further replies to the efforts of the ...

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

daily evening star. LOCn iNT K L LI GEN CE. Fi5er.il or Father Matthews.?We un derstand that the religious ceremonies atten dant oa th? funeral of the late Rev. William Matthew*, will take place to-morrow morning, at 9 a. m. The remain? of the venerable deceased lie in stnte, in his parlor, dressed in his priestly robes. And ti e features wear the same beniga aspect fcs in life, there being little or no change visible in them. Large numbers of people go daily to the house of the deceased, and the exterior of the precincts of the church have been decorated with thi semblance of woe. The whole place bearing the solemn aspect of the house of death. It is erroneously stated in the Haiti more " Sun" of this morning, that the "Young Men's Chriitian Association'' have entire charge of tbe body, day and night. Such is not the case, the society that have charge of the body are " the Young Catholic Friends' Society,'" as mentioned in yesterday's Star. Bishop Kendrick arrived this morning at 1...

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. — 2 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAll. " TRUST IN GOD, AND PERSEVERE.* Brother, i* life's morning clouded. Ha- tue sunlight ceased to shine ? Ia the earth in darkness shrouded. Won'd'st tbo^i at thy lot repine ? Cheer op. brother, let thy visioo Look above. see ! light ia m ar, Soon will come the next transition, ?'Trust in God, and persevere." Brother, has life's hope receded, Hast tbou sought its jov? u> vain ; Pnenda proved false when mostly needed, Koea rejoicing at thy pain? Che?*r up. brother, there's a blessing^ Waiting for thee?never fee.r ; Fo<>a forgiving, sins eonlessing, '?Trust in God, and peraevere." Brother, all thinjs round are calling With uuited voice, "be stroii);!" Though the wrongs o:' earth be piling, They must lose their strength ere long. Ye?, my brother, though life's troubles Drive thee near the dark despair, Soon twill vanish like a bubble, "Trust in God, and persevere." lie. from hi* high throne in Heaven W ate lies every step y n take, He w?ll see each letter riv...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 May 1854

IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KCKFT SUNDAY,) At tk? atmr Office, tn D ttreet, near 13th, nearif *ite the Irving Hotel, Br WALLACH k HOPB. To ratMcribenin the?it?e? of Wa?hingtoa,George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a #3 18 per annum, payxble?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Ageau. To mail subs-crlbers the rob ?cription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year ia advance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sixou copies os? ckkt. VOL. III. WASHINGTON D.?C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. 1854. m. 4*20. * 'J! FBOM THE HOUSE OF W1L H. McDONALD, 102 Kanau Street, \comer of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. THE subscrib-nrs hiring devo.et their personal attention for many years to the manufacture of BILLIARD TABLES, are fully competent to exe cut* work that will give entire satisfaction to th? most 'a-tidious Cnnnowieur. Being the most exten aiv.? manufacturers ?<? the Union, they are enabled to furnish a superior table at 10 per cent, less that any oth-r establishment ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 3 ?t/~ The large circulation of the Stab **kes it the most desirable advertising me dium in tke District. It has more readers in the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than ci. the other Wash ington dailies combined. AGK!VC1BI FOR THE STAB. Persons in Baltihobb wishing to subscribe for the Daily Errnin* Star, can hare it delivered to them on the evening of ru issue, by faithful earners, by leaving their najces at the store of CATHERS fc BHO., comer of Hollidav and Baltimore streets. At WiuniaTo*, Dbl., E. 8. R. BUTLEB, 114 Market street, will attend to the delivery of the Star . At Philadelphia, J. T. BATES,at the Exchange ean furnish those who wish copies of the Star early on the morning after its issue. At Posts mohth and Norfolk, Va., R. G. ST A PL?f>, No. 48 Hijh street, Portsmouth, is prepared to ?erve the Star regularly to ail who may wish it. At Annapolis, Mn., NORMAN LESLIE will act m Agent for t...

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

DAILY EVENING STAR. L 0 c aJl ^tblligem c e . JA"*? *"TH*W'8 Fl2?*bal ? As fl^rly u 0 cI??* ^ls ffiorning, a crowd of people were waiting outside St Patrick ? Church, to witness or be present at the funeral obsequies nrw 'ite Pa!it?r of the above uamed church. Tneae began about half past nine, the doors ot' the church having been kept closed until nearly the lav minute, the excitement was in tense, the crowd* of people inside the grounds and on the street being immense; the church yard was tilled with one den^e mass of hamm beings. The remains of the deceased, in the coffin, were placcd on a catafalque in front of the altar, in the b>dy of the church, aad the services commenced with the usual prajersfor the dead. The churah waj filled to suffocation and many of the females were almost fainting, in deed. several ot' the spectators left from the irksomeness of their situation, and maoy more would have followed their example but were unable to do so. At the time we left, tne cer emo...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WHAT MAKES A LADY* What make* a lady ??not the pride of place? Not empty vaunungs of a high born race ; Not wealth, however won ; not tinsel show, Nor pnl nil, such 39 boarding schools bestow ; Not artful ?rtJe??ie a, nor studied grace, Nor wit sarcastic, that, to gain its end, Would wound the helpless or estrange a friend. Nor hall room conquest, such as leave a trace Of that dead heanedness to which they tei d. All these may daztle: ye?, may charm awhile, But cannot long a vmUy Keait beguile. What makes a lady ? A most upright mind; A heart most loving, disposition kind And gentle as the we?twind's soft. ?t play ; But firm to tread wb?n duty points the way ; An honest love of truth that will not bend To slander rivals, or to praise a friend ; A dignity on noble purpose based. That mingles gladness in the mourner's cup. Retrains the proud, but lifts the humble up; And purity of thought that may be traced. In every act and word?these make the Uuty. H4rfTn?VR? CO&...

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. — 4 May 1854

IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (1XCKPT SUNDAY,) tf tAm SUrr Offlct, on D rtrtrt, near 12*A, tuoriy oyf? Kit the frrir.{ Hotel, Bl WALL ACIl Si HOPS. | To subscribers in the cities of Wasliington,G<jcrtte town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, m $3 12 per annum, payible?SIX CENTS week ly 10 the Ageats. To maO subscribers the sub acripttai price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sixslb conn one cekt. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., 1 nf a frMier *w?-qr of t*t*rt*th? rradiac be found ia may ts ^Mml tm Saint dap. SinfCrop*, per annum fl U TO CU7B*. 1 #0 Tea *?... e 00 Twenty do U 0? inr*Ri*aiT ia ADVAai a. 0^ Sir.jrt< ?cpie? (in wrappar^ raa ke procurr** at the coon er niaMdiateljr aft?r ihr at ti ? pa^*? Prif~-iHMaU*T?. Po tba ri us wbo act u afenu will be allows a "?wiuunaiou <K iweny pe/ cent. THURSDAY, MAY 4. 1854. NO. 421. It! TBI llfflBflflTS. F&OX THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Ratua...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 4 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAK. WA8HINQT0N 01TY: THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 4. T7~The large circulation of the Stab ?iclcs it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has mart readers in the cities of Washington, Georggtoirn, and Alexandria, than nit ike other Wash ington dailies combined. AGRNC1BM MB THE STAR. Persons in B alttmoii wishing to subscribe for the Daiiy Evening Star, can have it delivered to them on the evening or Its issue, by faithful carriers, bv leaving their napjea at the ?t?re of CATHERH h. bRO., comer of Hoilidav and Baltimore streets. At Wiuurstoh, Dau, E. 8. B. BUTLEB, 114 Market street, wili attend to the delivery of the Star AiPhtuadslhia.J. T. BATES, at the Exchange ?an furnish those who wish copies of the Star eariy oa the morning after its issue. At Portsmouth awd Voiron, T*., B. G. 8 f A I'LES, No. 48 High street, Portsmouth, is prepare J to serve the Star regu'aily to all who may wish it. At Aksapolis, Md., NORMAN LESLIE will act as A cent for the de...

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

DAILY EVENING stab. ^OCAI IH T R L LICENCE. AMociaiT^.10^ ^8"PCIATIoa- ? The American termini l?r th? ,dT;incement of Science the ^??'Proceedings yesterday, and iu lD,titQt??n has returned to the wnr? tranflnilityonlyto be disturbed by r>rovT^?e?' Tu? -ar* occuPi#d with the im EJo^MrlS- lnte"or- The association. exDre^iv^f^v?8' 7? * series of resolutions to?h? Knth .^an*f *? the local committee, dmLtJSth?t,M <* Alexandria, to the presi th* <l ? ,?if of.Georg?<o?rn College, to Le r? ?J "*8 Smithsonian Institution, ? officers of the National Observatory, to n -i * Orange and Alexandria Railroad Company, to the directors of the ** *ork Crystal Palace, and to the officers ?t the different railroad companies, for the kind civilities and facilities extended to the association. The following resolutions were likewise of fered and adopted: Resolved, That this association desire to ex press their deep appreciation and admiration tor the liberaliry and zeal for science of the Chil...

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. — 4 May 1854

NEVER DESPAIR Though tLa billows of life around thee should roil, And the waters ?>f darkness br*ak over thy ?on), Th->uth thy brow should be clouded with sorrow or cave, ? Yet ibeir is a promise ; then never despair. Though the friends of thy youth should be altered and changed, And the hearts that were fondeut t'er?vpr estranced, Though tear* should embitter affection's warm prayer, \ ct there ut a promise; then never despair. Although by th* world thou art coldly forsaken, l.e* thy laith in ihat promt** be ever unshaken ; It will cheer thee through life and blew thee in deal!:, ArJ wuig with delight thy last dying breath. "Tint i>rvnn>e ts Me in bright Heaven above, Where Ju-uc- is throned with mercy and love, Where ble*?iags immortal and glories divine For the children of God everlastingly shine. Tbrn cling not to earth with iu troubles and strife, I'M it crush not u y spirit though it darken thy life; ?ut in thy sad hours of anguish and care HetjK-niber the promise,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 5 May 1854

IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERHOOH, (1XCRPT SUNT)AT,) A the Zt+T Office, on D street, near IStt, nearly off* ttie the hrrmg Hotel, By W ALL ACH & HOPS. To raiwcnbersin the cities of Washington,George lown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?3 12 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Ageau. To mail lubfecribers the sub ?cnption price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year ia advance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE VOL. III. WASHINGTON NO. 422. THB WBHKLY STAB. TTMsexteBeat Family and NewiJfMtm lac a frea.er variety ?f in?ere?unc rr adlnt than eaa mai. Sia?t? capy.petaaauro * 25 to mm. Fivreopfew 5 On 4o_. do. ? m u> 00 ?9-Cita. iiriUiiLT in *>vaci. tj- 8u^e cowm (ia wrappan) caa W procure' at tha coaaier ?mmwiiaiely after the Imt ol lie paper. PiW? Thru Cim. Farm&rr n? who act a* apem* will be iVwW a ft urea-.y pet cent. IE! m HRTISfprc. I r&OX THE HOUSE OF WM. H McDOlfALD, 102 Nassau Street, (corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. THE subsc...

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

_DArLY E VENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERWOOW, MAT 3 * 0"ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EX ECUTED AT THE EVENING STAR OFFICE. SPIWT OP THE VOSimre PBES8. The Union comments upon the Veto Message, pronouncing it the "document of all documents" for the tim?. The Union, farther referring to a paragraph from the New York Tribune, exposing the dangerous tendency of mob law, says: ' it not with mora propriety be sugges ted that the disgraceful riota described is the foregoing paragraph are the first fruits of the loatigation to mob law furniahed by the pas aicnate assaultsof sue h jramliai theTribane upon the action of the court, counsel, and jury, la the late Ward case ? We cherish the free dom of the press as one of our dearest rights; nor do we regard any functionary or tribunal as having a claim to exemption from acrntiny *?d oeniure: but we can never overlook the feet, that when the legitimate freedom of the pre^a degenerates into licentiousness, the fri...

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

DAILY EVENmGSTART 10 c AJ_JVTJ_UIG E N C E. our nitv ?? . who are now s'journinj? in torVto with th. ttrri '? bfe wi-Jim ^ p,H 0 Tisit ?? ">? otg wtgwatn. that is to say, to the Caoit >1 some weJuii^ulkif gajC3t coa;ume' SSTn ?n l ?k ^-et3,of reJ' aad others of green and others of red ami white, and nearly toiltES,? f?nnerco,or, which appears to be the most p .p,iar. Their head wag composed of feather". ribbons and rofettes in decorateda?d T of lbem carried a spear h!?i. k* i ther? aiid adorned with ;? .i 10 a j'u8'i?g noise a* he carried ii along. Iheir taees were painted of a bril liant red, an t * me woro yellow paint about the lower part of their visage. They certainly were the queerest looking set of creatures that we ever clapped our eyes upon, particul >rly t:ie one who carried the spear, and who, we presume, is the '? m-.dicine niaa." I.ike the '? Mercury of the ancients. (not of the Balti more Sun.j lie wore a kiad of wings to the lower part of his legging, at leas...

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