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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 April 1856

EVENING STAR. W A SHIWPTOW CI T T : TUESDAY April 1, 1N6. tfy Advertisements should be handed In by lit o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. SPIRIT 0? THE MORHIHG PRESS The Inttiligtncer discusses the Clayton Balwer treaty to day thrcngh the pen of a correspondent, tersely, and with effect. Th<* Luton annoui<ces that the Senate of Massachusetts have defeated the effort of the lower house cf the Legislature of that State to increase ihe teirn cf naturalisation there to twenty-one year*, and proposes to-morrow to review so much of the PennsyIranian''a recent ten column article on Mr. Buchanan as treats of that gentleman's position with refer ence to the slavery question. The Union commenting en the late admirable speech of Senator Douglas, takes occasion to say, with fcree indeed: "There is one point in Judge Douglas's report which seems to us to make the demo cratic position on the question of congres sional restrictions upon territorial govern ment! p...

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. — 1 April 1856

EVENING STAR "local i.vtelligence. Piul"" fe?*'iooLS or Washisoto!*.?In the Senate yes erday, Mr. Brown, from the Com mittee on the Diatriet of Columbia, to which was referred the memorial of the Pnblio Schools of Washington asking a donation of city lota for educational purposes, snbmitted a report, aacompanied by a bill for the benefit of public achools in the city of Washington, as followi: The Committee on the Distriot of Columbia to whom was referred " the memorial of the Board of Trustees of Pnblio Schools of Wash ington City, D C , praying a donation of city lota for educational purpoaea, or that a portion of the proceeds of sales of lots heretofore made may be invested for that purpose," have had the same under consideration, and beg leave to report ? That there remains unsold one hundred and ninety lots in the city of Washington, valued 115,613, but they stand pledged for an indebtedness equal in amount to their entire ralua. (Wee appendix A and B ) The first prayer of the ...

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. — 1 April 1856

EVENING STAR. RRILLIANIS. THK SECRET. In a fair ladv's h^art once a secret was lurking, It tossed and it tumMfd, it longed to grt oat, The lip* half betraved it oy smiling aad smirk ing, And tongue was impatient to blah It, to doubt. lint honor looked gruff on the subject, and gave It In charge to the teeth, so enchsntlngly white Should the captive attempt ane'opencent to save It By giving the lips an admonishing bite. ' Twaa *ald, and 'twas settled, and honor depart ed; Tongue quivered and trembled, but dared not rtbel. When right to Its tip Secret suddenly started. And half. In 1 whisper, escaped from Its cell <iuoth the teeth, in a pst, we'll be even for this. And thev bit verv smartly above and beneath, But the lips at that luntant were brlbel with a kiss, And they popt out the Secret In spitecf the teeth EGOS. (Jh ' 'tis egg4 are a treat. When so white and so sw?et. From under the manger they're taken, And by fair Margery; Och! 'tis she's full of glee, They aie fried with fa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 April 1856

THE EVENING STAB, flBMSHKD EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4( tk* ?'?' Building*, eorntr of ?*?*?? ?.td EUttntk strut, t J W. D. WilLACH, drill b" served to subsc;!Vrs by carrier* at SIX 4MP A yl'ARTHR CENTS, payable weekly |o the Agents; papers wrtpd in pnrkages at 17% tent* per month. To mall subscribers the ? ab ruption prtoeis XHKkfci DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a yeart* "vfranrs, TWO DOLLARS fnv etx m.'Uth?. and ONK DOLLAR for three aaontb*; ft r le>w than three months at the rate of I*# an.it a week. SINGLE COPIES ONK CENT. ANTHONY Bl'chly, UNDERTAKER, Shsp and HMlJfncf No. 301 Pfua. avenue, ??nth side. betwecnOth and 10th eta., HATLNO PROVIDED HIMSELF WITH an BLEU AST HEARKE, and all r.scessar. eonveaiences for properly conduct ng hi. buainees, would reeoectfully inform the public that he Is folly pr-pared to fill all orders entrusted to him, at the short.-* notice, and in the best manner A large supply of READY-MADE COFFINS of all sixes. nwa>a on hand, which will be fur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 April 1856

EVENING STAB W A 8HIWGT0N CIT T : WKD!VESD&y April 3, 1M6. JIT" Adv?rtiH?ni?nu should be handed in by 14 o'clock, m , nthewrUe tbey may not appear anttl the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MOBNING PRESS The Intelligencer saya of ilie proapect of peaee in Europe : " All the late accouDts from London and Paris apeak confidently of an early pease. The Paris correspondent of the New York Post, in a note to a private letter dated the 11th ultimo, says : " ' You may state to your roaders that com ' mittees hare been appointed by the Peace ' Congress to whom are to be referred all ? questions of mere detail, and that the prin cipal treaty will be sijmed next Saturday or ' Tuesday at furthest ' "A postscript to another private letter re ceived at New York, dated two days later, and coming from an American gentleman resi dent at Paris, says: " 41 have ju"t received from what is thought good authority that peace will be proclaimed within three days. You hare it as I got it ' Our own London corres...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 April 1856

EVENING STAR. "local intelligence. Co?*o* Council ?We continue our report of this Board's proceedings from our edition of yesterday : AH present except Mr. Bohlayer. Mr Turton reported the Aldermen's bill authorising the curbstones to be set and the footway paved on the south side of K. street north, from Sixteenth to Seventeenth streets west; passed A1?o. a bill making an appropriation for trimming and graveling M street north, be tween Twenty fourth and Twenty-sixth streets west; passed Also, a bill for paving and grading an alley in square No. 31ft; passed. Also, a bill from the Aldermen, with an intendment, providing for the erection of a reservoir at or near the cornor of Maryland avenue and Sixth street west; passed. Mr. Ruff reported the bill from the Alder man to prevent fast driving over bridges, and it was laid over, and the petition appertain ing thereto was referred to the police com mittee. Mr. Orme presented the petition of John McDuell and others; referred to. improve...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 April 1856

EVENING STAR. WIND AND SEA B T B A Y A B 0 TAYLOft. The *?a t? * jovial comrade. He laa?b? wherever be gee* ; H's merriment shine* In th? dimpling line* That wrinkle his hale repose , He lavs him d-wn at the feet of the Sun, And rhake* all over with glee. And the broad-backed blilowj f.'ll faint on the shore I a the mirth of the mighty Sea ' But the wind 1? ?ad and And cursed with an inward pain; You may hark as you will, by valley or hill, But you hear him still complain. He waits cu tbe barren mountain*, And shrisks on the wintry sea! He sobs !? the cedar, and inoans In the pines And shudder* all over the aspen tree f Welcome <re both their voices, And 1 know not which is best? The laughter that slip* from the ocean's lips, Or comfo tie s wind's unrest There's a pang In all rejoicing, A Joy in the heart of pain, And ihe wind that saddens, the sea (hat gladdens, Are sieging the self-tame strain ! On the occasion of the late funeral of Admiral Brunt, in Paris, an American and Fre...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 April 1856

THE EVENING STAB, fOULfftllKD KVKRT AFTKHIOOll, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 i%? iwr 3*ii U*gz, corntr of ptn*+f ?'???*?? msd Mtrtntk stria, Bj W. o . \7 A LL A C S, m: il teserredl to *ubarrlbers b? Barriers at SIX tVl> A UVARTHR CENTS, parable weekly |o the Agei.ts; papers serred In packages at 37# ? uJi p*r month. To mall subscribers the snb t rif tion price Is THREE DOLLARS AND PIF fV CENTS a ywi?mdva?cttTWO DOLLARS for ill moath-, ar.d ONE DOLLAR for three eonths; tor Im tli da three months at the rate of l'i^ e*at* a wewk. 1^7-SlNtfLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON Si it THURSDAY. APRIL 3, 1856. NO. 939. 81??i? eepy, pet auia ? ????? .????? Fireeoples Tea or pies.. Twenty copies CT Cask, mvaaiaiLT m a?tah?b. ?- ITT Single copies (In wrappers) counter, immediately Mter the pap**. Price?T?a?? dm.* PotVMASTBta who act as ageati will Mail ewe a commission of twenty per eeat. ANTHONY BUCHLY, UNDERTAKER, Nbsp and Reaideuce PI?. 303 Prnn. arena*) s?athside, between9th and lOthsts., ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 April 1856

EVENING STAR. W A SHIN9T0S CIT Y : THP1IPAY April ?, 18M. 1CT AdY#rti?ement* should be handed In by 12 o'clock, m., othirwlN they may not appear until tta# nnt day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer contains no editorial to day. The Union copies from the True American of Tren:<;n, N. J., an artiele explanatory of the facts in the Prioe ease, as determined by the suit recently tried between the Government and Rodnn* M. Price of New Jersey, wherein it was determined that he is the Government's creditor in the ram of $195.39 The Govern ment claimed of him a large sum. The arti ele in question contends that if Price could now sue the Government he oould show that it really owes him $75,000 ! The same paper eulogises the recent speech of Sena tor Slidell in defencc of the action of the late Naval Retiring Board, which was ***lly * very powerful and effective one. The Lntoti also calls attention to the re fusal of Judge Shortridge, late the Know Nothing candidate for Gover...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 April 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The River QriSTioif I* Congress ?The President of the Senate laid before the hodj a communication from the Secretary ?( w?r, madejn compliance with a resolution of the the 17th ultimo, calling upon him to comma* niea'e anj information in the Topographical Bureau concerning obstructions to the navi gation of the Potomac river within the District of Columbia, and the expediency of measures for removing the same ; which was ordered to be printed and referred to the Committee on the District of Columbia. [The Secretary transmits an elaborate re port from the Topographical Bureau, showing causes of obstruction and means of removal m brief extract from which is given ' The obstructions to the navigation consist, in general, of an extension of flat Win* in front of the city of Waahington, dividing the river into two channels, and which, from the nature of the laws controlling an(1 fixing the regimen of rivers, must always remain, but (object to certain mod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 April 1856

EVENING STAR A STRAY ADVERTISEMENT. i hand to hold my own, Aa down lift's vale I glide; Wanted, an arm to lean upon, For?ver by my aid* Wanted, a lrm and steady fool, With atep secure and free, To take Its straight and onward pace Over life's patn with me. Wacted, a tr^ki erect and h?gh; A he*d a bo re mv own Bo much that I might walk beneath Its shrdow o'er me thrown. Wanted, an eye, within whoae depth >1 In* own might look and aee Uprising* from a guileless heart, O 'erflown with love for me. Wanted, a lip, whose kindest smile Would speak for me alone, A voice who*e richest melcdy Would breathe affection's tone. - Wanted, a'true religious soul, To ploua purple given, With whom mine own might pan along The road thnt leads to heaven. 13?* a Mr. Filkina, yon say you know the defendant-what is his character?" "For what sir? spreeing or integrity?" "For in tegrity, sir."_ "Well, all I can say about Jones is that if he's honest he's got a queer way of showing it, that's all" ' What d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 April 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rVBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) it Ik* Siar BmUtitng* cci*?r of Ptrnrniplwmmi* ???w KUvmtk iinsi, Bj W. D. W&LUCB, W.il be?erwd to rao*cr'.bers by carrier* at SIX AVI) A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Amenta; papers served In package* at 37 Jj ten'j per month. To mall subscribers the *nb ?trlptlon price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year ?* *4rantt. TWO DOLLARS tot tlx month*, and ONE DOLLAR for throe month*; for less than three months at the rate of 1*4K cents a wefc. ff^SINQLE COPIE8 ONE CENT. VOL. VII WASHINGTON FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1856. NO. 984. 1HK WEEKLY STAR *bl? ezeeHeat Family and New* J MKlflKNM **? toom4 la aiv ether?ts day m*rniat " Wl?l? eep?, per ana/"*"' ? ?????? Five aeaiM ?? A?n ^c?., *" WM- Titn Clin, PoiTliiTiu who mot aa ANTHONY Bl'CHLY, UNDERTAKER, snap Md RnidfBce N?. 303 Penn. ivcnu, MUhside, kctwtei9th aad loth sts., Having provided himself with an ELEGANT HEARSE, tod all necessary conveniences for \ properly conduct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 April 1856

EVENING STAR WA SHIWOTOH CITT: FRIDAY April 4, 19*6. ITT Advertisements should be handed In bv 1* o'clock, m., otherwise they it?t not appear nnttl the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PBES3. The Intelligencer contain* a full and very interesting account of *11 that has been done so far on both aides in the matter of the war between Walker and Costa Rica. The Union briefly reviews the able speech delivered in the Seratc yesterday by Mr. Col lamer in reply to Mr. Douglas, on the Kansas question; and argues to prove that Mr Fill more's " availability" is already proved to be at a very considerable discount, indeed. We find in the Uni9n the following note from the Hon. William A. Richardson, of Illinois : ?* To the Editor of the Union : The press of the Know Nothing party are persisting in saying that I refused to vote for Gov Aiken on the final vote for Speaker of the House of Representatives of the present Congress I ask you to publish the remarks, whioh I en eloM, made by me in the H...

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. — 4 April 1856

KV_ENTNG STAR. "local IWTELLIGENCE. Spiritualism 15 WAsmsttTOX.?Miss Emma Frances Jay. 44 the celebrated speaking and ?inline medium," held forth " while in the entranced state." last night, at the Fifth street Congregational church. Mi-s Jay was dressed in black, with A fron tal opening disclosing a tidy chemisette ; and ^nse wide linen cuffs were turned up at the wrist,where the sleeves were cloiely buttoned She is of medium ?i?e, has a good forehead of ih? masculine type, wears her hair in cork tvrew ringlets, and has a voire of sufficient volume to be heard quite distinctly in all parts of the church. She is a good elocution ist. and her gesticulation is copious, and con sidering that she speaks with her eyes shut, is for the most part, appropriate and in good taste, thoagh occasionally she paws the air in a way rather trying to the nerves of the spec tator*. She spoke for nearly an hour very fluently, to one listening rather to the *?rds than the meaning, this rhapsody of fine ...

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

EVENING STAR. . BARBASA. BT ALICE CARRY. The wind is puffling the morn's red veil With *11 his breath through the walnut bough* And Barbara, w!th ber cedar pall, Comes to the meadow to call the cow* ?'Th* little people that llva In the air Ara not for my human hands to wrong," Savi Barbara, and her lov?ne prayer Takes them upas it goee along? Toward where the mill Is, small and white, Hung like a vapor among the rocks, Good spirits say to her, d-?y and night, "Barbara, Barbara, leep with your flock/' G?y ?lng3 the miller, and Barbara's mouth Purst* with echoes it will not repeat, And the io?e In her cheek has a May day growth In the line that ends with "I love you sweet"' Never a thought about Vraver mills ! Of prouder lovers your dreamlrg cease ! A world is shut in among these hills? Stay in It, Barbara, stay for your peace Stay for th? treasures you have to keep? Cnerish the love that yoa know is true; Though stars may shine In the tears yon weep, They never will come out of Heave...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 April 1856

THE EVENING STAB, fVRLflHRB EVERT APTKKIOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) if tkt St*r tcrn.tr of F ?VMM Mi itimxU Itrm, fcy ^7. 0. WALLACE, * ii b- serr?4 to KibMrfbni by carrier* at 81X 4.V1' A VJI'ARTKR CKNTS, payable vreekljl k- ii.e Averts; papers f urred fn peckagca at 37 * trnu per n ooth. To mall subscribers the rnb rrtption prloe Is THREE DOLLARS* AND FIP fV CENTS a year is adranct, TWO DOLLARS for six months, ar* ONE DOLLAR for three ??ntb*; for le*s t!>ta three months at the rate of J2# ccntn a w?vk l?T SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON t SATURDAY. APRIL 5, 1856. NO. 985. THE WEEKLY STAB. This exoeUeat Family as 4 New Jowl ?? talalag a (renter variety of la lerestin greeting thaa eaa be fouad la aay other?la published oa ?etor day moralac tna. Blagleeepy, peTaaaan - fl M TO Hill PlTIWpl? 15 M Tea ooplec B ? Twenty copies ?????????*?????16 W) CT CASB, IRTAfttAUT IU ilfiM. f?T SIngleeopies (In wrappers) can b* proec ed at the oonnter. immediately after the lane of ih paper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 April 1856

EVENING STAR. ^ A SH IN QT 0 !> C I T Y : SATURDAY April 5, 1941. l^T Advertisements should b? handed In bv 12 o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. Or* Wieklt?A " Star" Ncmbbr !?The Wteily Star issued to-day is literally over flowing with interesting matter?Capitol news, capital stories, choice selections of poetry, personal item", local intelligence, general news,?in thort everything you would wish to tend to your friends to keep them posted up about affair4 at the National Metropolis and the world generally. 8PIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelhgtnctr discusses the opinion of the Attorney General on British Recruitment in the United States in an article filling more than five of its elaborate columns, wherein the editor reviews with laborious care the history of all legislation in this country and executive action on the subject, ocnoluding in the spirit of his previous articles on the question, that under all the circumstances of the case, this Gove...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 April 1856

evening star. local intelligence. Largb Ca?ti:*??Thursday afternoon, the heavy casting intended for the water gate? of the Washington Aqueduct, was made at El lis's founder/, on Ohio avenue, between 13th and Hth streets. The casting is twenty-two I feet in length, and weighs about nine thous and pounds The metal was melted and Kurei in in about one hour and three fourths. lis is believed to be the largest casting ever made in this District, except in the N avyY ard. A few days since a very handsome portable Saw and Grist Mill, with an engine of twenty horse power, was completed by the Bllis Brothers, and shipped for the owner, who re fides in Georgia It is of curious construe tion, and can be taken apart, refitted, and set to work in one hour We understand that this enterprising firm has, in additien to other work, turned out no less than twelve steam engines of different liies the last year, one of which, now nearly ready, is to stand in the large grist-mill of Messrs. Duncanson an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 April 1856

EVENING STAR. THE MAIDEN'S PRAYER She rose from her delicious sleep, And put away her soft brown naif. And In a tone aa low and deep As love's first whisper, breathed a praysr? ner snow-white hand* together prest, t.h" V!.0',. e7** "beltered In the fid, I he folded linen on her breast Just swelling with thecaarms It bid? And from her long and flowing dress. Escaped a bare and snow? foot, Whose step upon the earth did press Like a new snow-flake, white and mute? And th"r?, from slumber soft and warm, Like a young spirit fresh from heaven. She bowed that slight and matchless fcrm, And humbly prayed to be forgiven Oh Go*, 'f souls unsolled as these Need dai'y mercy fram thy throne? If she upon tier bended knees. Our loveliest and our purest one,? 8he. with a face as clear and luigat. We deem uer som? array child of light If she, wlta those soft eyes In tea a, Day after day in bar yoi ng years, Mast kneel and pray for gra-re from thee, What far, far deeper need have ice.' How hardlv, If...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 April 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rrBLISHKD EVERT AFTER NOUN, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) H tU Sf Bmtid**gt,toru4t ?/ Ptmrnif ????i KUfttntk By W. D. WALLACB, ?TIU be served *o subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly 10 the Agents; papers served la packages at 71% imu pt>r month. To mall subscribers the sub reption price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year in?dvane$, TWO DOLLARS |.>r elf months, and ONE DOLLAR for three month.*; for lr^s than three months at the rate of cents a week. yy SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT VOL. VII. WASHINGTON MONDAY. APRIL 7, 1856. NO. 987. THE WEEKLY STAR. This exoelleat Famlly aad Nows Journal?cos talalaft a greater variety of interesting tending tbaa eaa be found la any other?U pnb&ahed oa Satur day aeraiag .. vauu. Single oopy, per ananas tt ? to nm Five ooples is M Tenooples 8 oo Twenty copies If we CT Catl, UTiiuuT m iiftsei. Single copies (In wrappers) eaa be pw?m ed at the counter. Immediately after the issue of ih paper. Price? Taaan Cane...

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