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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 March 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CUT: WKOHKSOAY March 36, IMS. Advertisement* should be handed In bv 1* ?'rlork, m., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer, to-day, commenting on the recent eloquent eulogium upon the Su preme Court of the United State*, delivered by Senator Butler?after showering jurt compli ment! on the eminent judicial antecedents of the ?outh Carolina Senator himself?eaya: ?? Th<* ?ixred nature of those functions, when we consider the responsible trusts of which the Supreme Court is the depository and the custodian, can hardly be over-esti mated ; end this, again, is a consideration which vindicates for that august body as much of gratitude as of admiration when we recall not only tbe fidelity with whieh it has pre ferred the purity of the judicial ermine from blemish or spot, but also the unsurpassed ability and intelligence which it has brought to the adjudication of the questions that have come before it Amo...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 March 1856

EVENING STAR. local intelligence. Tb? Poi drktt* Qubstior ?In theeo?r*e of the recent trial before the Criminal Conrt of this city, wherein the proprietor of the Poudrette factory on Fourteenth street was prosecuted for the creation of a nuisance, there seemed to bo some misunderstanding a.* to the possibility of disposing of the article of which poudrette is manufactured otherwise than according to the old plan of leaving it io piles on the outskirts of the city, to poison the atmosphere for square miles around, or to manufacture it ts at present into poudrette within striking distance if the nasal organs of thousands, which, we eare not what scientific men may say to the contrary, cannot be happy in its effect on the public health. Thousands among us know well that the smell is almost .10 offensive at this day for a circle with a mile long radius, as it was when " the old fields" of the city were mere deposit grounds for the result of the scavengers1 labors Any thing that taiuts t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 March 1856

EVENING STAR , * TBUE LOVE S TBIBUTE TO *M I 99 MART W R ?v ri*LBT johssow Mary. love, with tbln? eves of light, Thr heavenly sanllee to pure an4 bright; Bwee: beauty, and grace, and youth are thine, And truth la ?tamped on thy crow divine; And oh. In mj heart thy image ?hall re?C As a genUe dove In its sheltered nest; Whi'e all thing* en earth, below, and above. Proclaim thee a being for mortal* to love The jewtl of virtue Illumine* thy way, And ruble* but rival thy rudd' ilpe play; While ptarla waste their snow on thy lovely neek. And tiet-e * 11 beauty thy marble brow deck; And talent, and genius, and sweet-winning grace Play In e?r.h motion, and beam on thy face; Then tell me, oh ! tell me, beautiful one, How shall 1 set. that thoa msy'st be won 1 Charmed by thy sweetness?In love with thy grte?, Bewitch d by the magic that beams In thy face ; Touched by thy virtue - my stoical strength, Is conquered, sweet Mary, yes coaquer'd at length. And 1 come to the<? with boasted pride ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 March 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rVBLISHEl) EVEKY AFTKRNOONi (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 5?a? b**ldings, tvmtr of Ptn+sfl*mm*? ?*?*?? rltvtntk itrMi, By W. D. W ALLACB, VflU y frrfd to subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*; papers served In packages at 37# seats per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price Is Til R EE DOLLARS AND F IF TY CKNT8 a year i* o/fraars, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three Months; for let* than three months at the rate of 14# oenta a week. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. (1. THURSDAY. MARCH 27, 1856. NO. 977. THE WEEKLY STAR. Rhia exoalleat Family and News Joarnal- roi *?*!** a greater variety of tmterartn* reading than eaa be fonad Is asy othar?Is pvbnsbed as Satur day morning ?la^le ccpr, per ?anam I' * w. *? ntM Five copies M Ten copies 9 w Twenty copies ?"******|? v9 {rr c*s?, imiuui m abtapcu"" irr Single ooples (In wrappers) eaa be pror? ad at the connter. immediate!? afW the lam of Ui pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 March 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THURSCAY March 27,1950. SPIRIT CF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer in commenting on the lately published cfikial opinion of the Attor ney General npon the Britieh Enlistment question, says : " This paper of the learned Attorney Gen eral, we need scarcely say, is marked by the research and legal acumen which characterise the official productions of his pen, and indi cates tb?t he has brought to the treatment of this topic the powers of a mind long trained in legal studies, and of an indefatigable ac tivity which shrinks from no labor of inquiry. We hare not had time to give this elaborate opinion that careful perusal which it is enti tled to, from its importance as a State paper and from the distinguished ability of its au thor. We hope, at some convenient day, to find room for its insertion in our columns, when we msiy also avail ourselves of the occa sion to effer ?ucb comments of our own upon its arguments ard conclusions as it may ap pear to cal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 March 1856

EVENING STAR.1 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Washihotox Gas Light Compa.xt -We have received a circular which the directors of this company have lately put forth, ia which an exposition of the affairs of the com pany is given "at the request of numerous individuals and in view of the many misrep resentations on the important subject of gas light in this city." This exposition, which is full and satisfac tory a history of the rise and progress of the present company, and the difficulties it has had to contend with. On account of the widely soattered population of Washington, and the apparent impracticability of uniting govern mental and individual effort in the es tablishment and maintenance of a company for the supply of gss light, even in the more important parts of the city, several yean passed away before any organised effort w*s made to accomplish this desirable object. It was not regarded by our citizens as a busi ness promising a fair remuneration, and con sequently this city, with all ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 March 1856

EVENING STAR. THE SPBIG OF SHILLELAH. IT MCRPHT THE MKLODlST. Three beautiful youths, Rory Murdock, the weaver, ' Pat Brannon the blacksmith, and Thaddr O' Keefe, 7 ( the darling that handled the eleever w ith a grace and dexterity which paused all belief,) ^ In love had contended for Flanagan's daughter: She aocd in the bar of her father's hotel; And oft, as they swallowed their whiskey and water The c jc>ed np their eyes at the bdutiful belle. She loved them nil three with an equal affection, Aal 'twtf quite inr.material whlca she should choose. For Rorv and Pat had no points of objection, And Thadiy no sensible girl could refuse. Bnt the boys were linpa'lent and begged a de cision ; 8be blushed like a turtle, and thus she replied: "Who best of you shall discharge my commis sion, The same shill behold ire, on Wednesday, his bride. "A twig cf the loveliest plant in crea'lon Let each fetch to-morrow; this iask, sir*, will prove Who has the moat skill In acute observation. And thi...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 March 1856

, THE EVENING STAB, PVILISHKD evert afternoon, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) it tU Si** ?wH??i[*i tomtr of Pt??jjie?Me ) ?Mti o- t Rltvmtk ilrui, By W. D. WALLACE, Iftil basereed to subscribers by carriers at SIX kHV A ql'ARTKR CENTS, payable weekly lotheAgeets; paper* served la parkin at 37^ urn'* par :nontb. To mall subscribers the ?nb jcrlptlon price 1? THRER DOLLARS AND FIF TY OBN TS a year t? arfrists, TWO DOLLARS fnr *1 moaths, and ONR DOLLAR for three ?orUhf; for leaa thaa three mo a (hi at the rate of oeots a week. yrr SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. II ANTHONY BITHLT, UNDERTAKER, Shop and Resldeare He* 30.1 Pean. arenas, sonth aide, kftwroi 9th and 10th ate., IAVING PROVIDED HIMSELF WITH aa BLEU AMT HEARSE,. tad all necessary conveniences fort properly condor tin ? hi- business, would respectfully inform the public that he la fully pr-parad to fill all orders entrusted to him, at tha shorten notice, and In the best manner A large supply of RE\DY-M ADE COFFINS of all sizes. always on hand, which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 March 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY March 2*, 1M6. \?T Advertisements should be handed in by W o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The /ntefhgcnrer trusts that the dead-lock in the Senate, with reference to the Long Bridge over the Potomac, will end in the erec tion bj the Government of a permanent struc ture at souie suitable site high above an air lino that might not obstruct navigation. In this wish all in tbe District of Columbia sincerely join. The Uhm>h announces that John W. For ce/, Esq., has withdrawn from his connection with that journal The assigned cause is the fact that he bus accepted the position of chair man of the Democratic State Committee of Pennsylvania, which devolves on him the dis cbarge of duties incompatible with the labors be must undergo at this point, if continuing to to be an active editor of the national Demo crati3 organ. The Presidential n?. mination embroglio seems to be evidently at the bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 March 1856

evening star. "local intelligence. Tag Pocprette Nuisance.?The approach srring induces u? again to call public at tention to this very serious evil. The great est attention ha* been paid to the subject in France, where all unhealthy trades hare been placed in three classes, according to their de iree of insalubrity. The manufacture of Soudrette has been for many years placed in the first or worst list, and forbidden to be car ried on near human habitations. Even when carried on by authority of the police and re mote from dwelling?, it is under certain ob hgattbn*. By recent order, the night soil must first be disinfected in the city before re moval, and then transported in air tight casks. 21. The matter* should then be de Posited in ditches (trenches) and sprinkled with charcoal; the whole eovercd with sheds, t<> prevent any disagreeable emanations Jd. The trenches lor the reception of the night soil, must be made of masonry and cemented, 00 as to prevent the percolation of i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 March 1856

EVENING STAR. THE RKTURN OF SPRING. BY WILL 1AM JAMKS LISLK . The #Ud spring o'er the sunny hill* Corn's balmy on the couthern gale, And likea spirit, sighing ?' f>. Is tripping through each silent vale. Though robed In snow the woods and wild, Though in Its valley tomb still lies The autumn flower, I feel the winds Blow softer now, aid the pale skies Are purer, clearer than before; The tniiight lingers 1 ng at even, Arfll the storin clou J* ihit shroud Its brow Hang not so gloomily in heaven. At night, beneath the quiet s^y, Look up?the stars look holler, Like beacon lire.* of hope and love, Ea:h burning in its lonely sphere. And when the dawn *!eals o ar the world, Whin the bright mcrn comts on, then go, When the II.-st *un ray o'er the hills Is g.ltiering on the spangled snow, Out into lature, and feel free Prom winter's chain ; tbere Is a cmlle In the glad sunshine, end the rills M ike music through the forest aisle. No wood-bird from Its tropic home Has quit its isle In glas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 March 1856

TEE EVENING STAR, fVILUHBU EVERY akth'.IIMII, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) it tkt .1"' Butliinzt, eomtr of Pnnt)im<i ???*??? a.i4 Eltttn:k ttrt*I, 3f W. D. W A LL A CH, $} til be sorted tr by earM?T* at SIX kND A <Jl ARTKR CENTS, parable weekly u. :hc A^ers:*; served Id package* at 3T# #rnu |?er rnorib. To mail snbecribera the sub scription priori* three DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year t* s<iea*??, TWO DOLLARS for six mouth*, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?onths; for l<** taaa three months at the rate of lij{ cents a week. liT'SINOLB COPIES ONE CRN*. H ANTHONY BltHLY, UNDERTAKER Sh.p and Kesideace No. 303 Pena. avion, r? ifl 5ft ni.te,WMn9U,>- l0th ,U" *VINO provided himself with sn EL El*ANT HE ARSE, and wll neccs^ir. fonv?nipncn fori properly condor! ng hli business, would respectfully inform the public tbat he la folly pr-pared to fill all o.ders encrusted to him, at the shortes notice, and In the>?est manner A large suppiv ct RE\DY-MADE COFFINS of all sizes, afwaja on band, whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 March 1856

EVENING STAR. W A SHINOTOH CIT T : SATl'ROAY March 99, 1M?. 117" Advertisements should be handed In br 14 o'clock, motherwise the* may not appear nntl! the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS The Union, reviewing tha proceeding* of the lata Pennsylvania Stata Convention of the oppoeition element?, criticises ita resolu tions, and argues that they prove that it was wholly in the hands of the Republicans, who aim to u.~e the Know Nothings for their own advantage. The editor congratulates the old line Whigs of Pennsylvania on the fact that they keep out of any ?ueb political company. The Intelligencer contains a brief outline of Mr. Everett's recent oration on the charac ter of Washington, and says of it and the oc oasion : " Whether Considered with relation to the moral grandeur and public interest of his tfreme. the masterly ability with which it was treated by the distinguished orator, or the character of the assemblage who were gather ed in homage to both, the lecture was in ever...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 March 1856

EVENING STAR. L0(! A. L INTELLIGENCE, j Tac Niw C**tre Market Horsit ?We have before as the report of Mr. Walker, from tbe select committee of the Council Board*, on this subject. It Bays that architect Ranlett has perfected the drawings, now to be seen in the Mayor's office It rccommenda the construction of the building independent of the current receipts (revenue) of the Cor poration ; and says: "Tbe plan of tbe building, as originally submitted by Mr. Kanlett and adopted by the Corporation, contemplates the erection of a building, when complete, around the entire market space to the height of two lofty stories ; the upper story in the centre building on Pennsylvania and Louisiana avenues to com f?ri?e a magnificent hall, A9S feet front by 80 eet wide, with spacious and ample ante rooms ; the upper stories of the wings on Sev enth and Ninth streets, and that of the main building on the south, fronting the canal, to comprise accommodations for armories, the police offices, Ac. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 March 1856

evening star FOUND DEAD. Found ditd-dnd and alone, There waa nobody near, nobody near, When the O .toa?t died on bis pillow of atone? No mther, no brother, no sister dear, Not a friendly voice to soothe or cheer Not a watching eye or pitying tear Found dead?aead and alone In the roofless street, on a plUow of stone. Many a weary d*y went by, . , While wretched and worn he begged for bread, Tired of life, and longing to lie Peacefu ly with the ailem lead Hunger and cold, and acorn and pain. Had waa:rd bis form aod scared hie brain, Till at la>t on a ?>ed of frozen ground, With a pillow of s'one, was the Outcast found. Found d ad?dead and alone On a pit., w of stone in the roofless street Nobody beard nis ins. f;int moan. Or anew when his htart had ceased to beat, No mourner Inhered with teira or sighs, But the atar- looked down with pitying eye.', And the chill wi.ids passtd with a wailing aound O'er the lonely spot wh< re his for ?n was found. Found dead-yet not alone; Ther...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 March 1856

THE EVENING STAB, ri'MLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT HUNDAV,) 41 (4? .*:?? FviUmgi. cerntr tf FtnntfI?mi? ????*! ?U*t*lk str**t, By W. D. W&LLACB, fT)U b*" * rmd to ?*:bscr1o? Tw by sarriera at SIX %W A '{I'aktf.R nVNT?, payable weekly |o the A^cr.ta; papers served Ja package* at 37^ tub p*r mcn.h. To mak! subscribers the anb eitptioa priceIn Til K EE DOLLARS AN1> FIF TY CENTS a year inadvantt, TWO DOLLARS |->t lb ninths, ard ONE DOLLAR for three *?<v.th- ; fur i*ss than tares* nioatbs at the rate of liX eects a wrrk. ICTSIN9LE UOPIliS ONK CENT. A.ITHOIY IILX'HLY, UN DE HT AKE B, Sbsp and Rreldenrp ?ie. *01 Prnu. avenue, Mutli side, brtwera9tb and 10th sts., Having provided himself with en FL3UAXT HEARSE, .? and ail nec^ssarx eonveni?u<*es r properly conduct ag hi-- business, would respeocftiily inform the public that he Is f'illy pr?parad to ill sll orders entrusted to him, al the shortes: notice, and In the be*' manner. A larg* tupplv of kliADY-MADE COFFINS of all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 March 1856

EVENING STAR. W A SHIWGTON CIT Y : MONDAY March 31,1*66. Advertisements should be handed In by 1J o'clock, m , otherwise tbey may not appear nntll the next day. HZT Asbnts for tub Svab.?The following n uned pt-rsons are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisements in Thk Stab: Pki!nd?lf.kta?V. B Palm IB, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut st?vets. y*rm York?s. M. Pbttihsill & Co., Nassau street. Boston?V. B Palhbb, Scollay's Building. U^Jos Pbihtiji?.?Our friends and patrons are no^ttetl that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Pbi*tih? with despatch and In the best manner, at prices as low as In any other office In Washington. Job Printers arealso notified ftat we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. So, also, hrs the Star office a Book Bindery connected with It, equal in Its capacity to t-urn out book binding of all descriptions to any other In the District of Col...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 March 1856

EVENING STAR. local intelligence. Extensive STAwrsnm-- RirH Scese ?Some 1 of our city boys went out yesterday to the pine wools near Rives' pla'e, and camping down with pipes and whiskey, spread them selves for a general good time, but their sport checked suddenly, by the discovery that their fire had communicated to the under brush, and was spreading rapidly in the sur rounding forest. The camp?rs-out were on their leg* in a moment and an attempt was male to extinguish the fire. A small supply i f water was obtained, but so inadequate that it afforded no check to the raging flames The bells ot the city now took up the flarm. and our unfortunate city boys, find ing the neighborhood getting too hot for them in more senses than one. took to their keels and commenced a race for their homes with a speed that Jackson, the "American Deer," might have envied in his palmiest days. Hats, coats, boots, whisky-iugs and pipe?, were thrown away in the chase, tbe ? -,riv being led by a tall man w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 March 1856

EVENING STAR. % LINES TO THE PRESIDENT. ST X LOPISK DBSF1SLD. Thru of the noble mind?thou gifted one, Say. will thou stcop from thy proud height to hear The simple tribute of an unknown friend' A tribute humble, vet HI* all sincere Beauty, enraptured at thy home hath been, And softly breathed a dImiIds on thjr name, And loudly genius hath thy praises suns, VV hlle twining for thy brow the wreatnof fame And the sad-henrted thank thee, tor thou hast Their thoughts while from their own griefs be guiled, A r*v of sunlight o'er their pathway cast, Till In the clouds of woe, Dope'* rainbow smiled. Ttv praise In burning words I may not *lng; But 1 csn raise to Heaven a prayer for thee, That flowers of Joy may round thy paihWBy spring. And bird* of Hope sing 'mid thy household tree. May you lire long, a blraslng to yonr kind, And when In after years the day shall come, To port that noble form and gifted mind, May angels guide thee to a heavenly home. Washi5?tox,D. C., March 2?, 1656. Tux Pc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 April 1856

THE EVENING STAR, flBLIAHKD EVERY AFTiiR^VON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 11 i* 9t*f Sutldxngs, tor nit 0f FtnnjfLm?im By W. D. W A L L A C H, IC U be served to subscribers by carrier* zt SIX kStt A gUARTER CENTS, payable weekly In tie Agents; paper* served in package* a*. p?r moult. To mall subscribers the sub icrlptlon price Is THR EE DOLLARS AND FIP f V CENTS aynrt?*4esiK?,TVVO DOLLARS for ?1i months, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?oaths; Tor less than three months at the rate of I'Jg cents e week. l?T SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. ANTHONY Bl'CHLT, UNDERTAKER, Sk*r and Residence No. 30S Penn. aveaae, ??nth tide, between 9th and 10th ata.? Having provided himself with an ELEGANT HEARSE, and all necessary conveniences fori properly conduct ng hi- business, would respectfully inform the public that he Is fully prepared to fill all orders entrusted to him, at the shortest notice, and In the beat manner A large supply of READY-MADE COFFINS of all sizes, always on band, which will be fur nished on the most ...

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