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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 April 1856

evening star. W ASHIN 8T0R CITY: no*DAY ..April T? 1866. 1 1 1X7- Advertisements should b? handed In by 14 o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PBESS. The iHttlligeneer says of aqueduct appro priation in the Deficiency bill, with great force and truth : 44 The Secretary of the Interior, in obedi ence to his views of the public interest, yet with due regard to a proper economy, recom mended to Ctngrew, at the opening of the session. various appropriations, moat of them small, for public object* at the seat of govern ment; and as the season had so far advanced for all out-of-door work, the Senate, to avoid delay, deemed it prudent to insert appropria tion for most of these objects in the 'deficiency billbut tbo financial committeo of the House, to which the Senate's amendments were referred, has reported against them. Amorg*t them is the appropriation for con tinuing the aqueduct for supplying the city with pure water. The opposition of ...

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. — 7 April 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Evcbstbias Cojgkiss.?Coming, coming, corns to town, is the great Railroad Circus, with maaio and banners, and armoured knights, and gymnasts. pantomimista. bardie rac?r* and clown', and all that vast array of resources which has made the Circus enter tainment of Messrs. Spaldicg A Rogers so famous Another candidate tor equestrian suprema cy, (and the greatest of all, if the world's esti mate is reliable) James Hernandes, is entered foi the price at the circus tournament. Her nandes left America three years ago, beyond comparison the best rider then here, and during his absence, he has far eclipsed every thing in England, France, and the Continent generally. On bis return, young Hernandes. loaded with the laurels of bis European cam paign, finds his claims for supremacy ques tioned by young Robinson who has matured during his visit abroad There is no dispute amongst the profession that Hernandes and Kobinson. the two competitor* in horseman ship ...

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. — 7 April 1856

EVENING STAR. THE POET'S POWER. BT LOU m. I would the poet's power were mine, From mental ore to mould the thought, That glows in every flowing line, With mslodv an * feeling fraught. 1 woo Id mine warn the skill to wake The silent melodies which sleep In every soul?as others break The slumbers of my spirit deep; To pour from poesy's breathing lyre, Strains of wild music on the ear; To kindle coldest hearts to Are, And make, at will, a smile or tear. Then rri^h: 1 hope, when, cold and lone, Within the silent grave I lie, To leave, revered ts well as known, A memory that could not die. Then might I hope to leave a name Inwoven with tne spe'l of song. And echoing from the elitfi offline, Borne on the tide of time along. But to a destiny so high, No kindly star my path doth light; And soon must I forgotten lie, In ccld oblivion's silent night. Yet, no ! tho' to the trorli unknown, To some my memory will be dear; There's one, at least, his friend will mourn And at my tomb weep many a te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 April 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rVBLISHED EVERT ACTEKH90K, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) it ih* St*r Buitdimgt.tornsr #/ Ptnnsplvmmda ???*?< **.< Eitvmtk strut, By W. D. WALLACE, *111 b?- ?er*ed to a abaci ibers by carrier* at SIX 4VO A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo the Agents; papers served la packages at 37# lent* p?r month. To mall subscribes the rab tcrlptlon price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIF fY CENTS ayeart?a!i?a*;?,TWO DOLLARS Ipc six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?oaths; for leu thas three montha at the rate ef cents a week. \ZT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. THE WEEKLY STAB. ?ueOeat Family aa4 N a greater war be found la aay published oa Batar M riuu, Bla?l* eepy, per uiaa *e fine Tea e ?> Twenty copies M....ll *? |fT Cilf, tHfiltilLI III ilTiMB. IZT" Slngleooplee (In wrappers) eaa be prec>3 ?* at the oounter, immediately after the lasae of lb paper. Price?T*a?? Chits. PoaTlitmi whoaet as agents will Mallew* a noaunlaslon of twenty per oeat. ANTHONY BICHLY, UNDERTAKER, 9b?p and Resideace 51*. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 April 1856

EVENING STAR W A SHIIf OTOH CITT: 11 E9DAY ? April 3,1S66. H.T Advertisements should be handed in by 12 o'clock, m., otherwise tfcey may not appear until the next day. SPIRIT OF TEE MORNINO FEE88. The Lnion showers compliment* on the speech of Mr. Keitt, delivered yesterday, and defends Mr. Buchanan with aignal ability against the assaults of the New York Times, and in. so doing present? convincing proof of the siiictrity of the declaration of Mr. B. that he haa always been faithful to the compro mises of the Constitution. We have seen nothing of late, assuming to be an exposition of the position of Mr. B , in those journals olahning to?be his immediate partisans, em bracing so substantial a defence of him with so strong arguments in favor of the accepta bility of his position on the slavery questioa The Intelliqevctr publishes a manifesto from the Indiana State Know Nothing Execu tive Committee, calling a people's State Con vention, to be held on the 1st of May next, of all who sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 April 1856

evening star. "wcstnrrelliqhice. Board or Aldundi ?The Board was called to order about the usual time, the Pre* iient, Mr Clark, in the chair A communication was received from the M^yor transmitting a report of the Inspector of the Firo Apparatus for the month of March, which wl referred to fire department's com njittee. Also, ore transmitting accounts of Ward apothecaries; which was referred to health committee. Also, an invitation from the Commissioners of the W ashington Asylum to visit the Asylum on Friday, April 11th, at 4 o'clock, p. m , which invitation was accept ed by the Board. Council bill for trimming and grading M ?treet north, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-sixth street west, was taken op and passed. Council bill making appropriation for re pairing breakage in canal wall near Twelfth ? treet, was referred to canal committee The joint resolution from the lower Board uking p^wer from Congress to issue stock to erect the Centre Market building was taken up Mr- Houston m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 April 1856

EVENING STAR. TO NELLIE. ?T HUT. Oh, yes ' I 've drank the nectar sweet From thou j deir Hps of thine; I've gtzed Into thy earnest eyes, Ana longed to call thee m'ne I 've watched thy form as thro' the dance It flitted past my eyes, And followed thee from erowd*d hall, And watched beaeath the skies I've gaznl upon the starry realm With wcnder and delight; And there, amid the bright"1 orbs, Thy form would greet my sight And oh ! may I not call tbse mine, Though poor my ofiTrlng be:? 1 '11 love thee till my spirit seeks A bl:st eternity. I'll love the# through the changing scene* That crowd life's narrow path, And brave the storms of fortune's Ills Through vengeful fire and wrath. . -Yes ' love thee when the sun awakes To shed a broad his light;? W hen clouds seem fringed with molten gold When twilight turns to night. ' And by the moon's pure silver ray I'll male this solemn vow : That though the world may laugh and scorn I'll be then true as new. Gambling hi BRKADSTcrrs.?The New York...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 April 1856

TH K EVENING STAR, fTBLWHID ITER? AFTERNOOII, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 tk* Star HmHitmfj, torntr ?/ P ??<*?? **4 Kltrtntk Urni, By W. D. W AIL Af H, ?rtu be *>r?ed to sabecribers by carriers at SIX 4>0 A ?(UAK1RR CKMT3, parable weekly lo the Agents; pa pen served 4a package at 37# into pet month. To mall suttoortbers the sab rriptlon price If TH R EE DOLLARS AND FIF f Y CRNT3 tyeart* ad?a?ti,TWO DOLLARS for six nnwths, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?ooUu ; for leu than three months at the rate of 1 *% e?ta a week. l?T SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. ViJ. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1856. NO. 989. THE WEEKLY STAB. ?* ?' Thla excelleat Family and WrwJwmi coa it Mag* greater variety of tateveetlaff readlaj? thaa eaa he foand la uy other?'.* pobnsbed mi Satur day moralag _ . >nn. Single eepy, peranum fl ? t? eivie Fleeeeptee 14 r* Tea eoplee - ityi ?<?w??w,,?imi mmi ? ?? ???????????????????#*?#??? 15 tie CT Case, huiuili m anranen. Single eoplee (In wrappers) eaa he proce e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 April 1856

evening star. WA 8HINGT0W CITY: WEDNESDAY April ?, 19l?. L-7" A ilv^ri lumen's should be banded In by o'clor?. -i? . .itbrrwla* they may not appear aitti! lb* fit <i y. SPIlilI OF THE MORNING PRESS The (Jmor, di?cussing ?? the self-styled State of Kansas," says: " There are airings-oat by some of the news catereis that the black republicans propoee to shift the issue oo the slavery question one* mora. Having the control of the Committee on Territories in the House, the plan is said to be to have a bill reported from that com mittee for the immediate admission ef Kansas as a State with the constitution lately adopted by the revolutionary party, and on this ques tion to go into the presidential election. This will be only an apparent shifting of the issue. It is an appeal to Congiesa to sanction a pro ceeding not only without law, but directly against law. To admit Kansas as a State un der the circumstances will be to decide that a party ocn:isting cf only a portion fit a polit ica...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 April 1856

evening star, 'local intelligence. Board or Co*iio!? Cocwcil.?This Board tn?t od Monday evening. at the usual hour. All the member? were present. The petition of Thomas Lawson and Lewis y Whitner. was referred to improvements committee. Mr Ball presented a petition from B. K. Ifcrsell: referred to olaims committee. Mr Bohlayer presented a petition from tevernl eitisens of the Fifth Ward, asking for pavements in front of certain squares; referred to improvements committee. Mr. Lloyd presented a report from the ways an<i means committee, in relation to an ap filication to Congress for power to lay and eol ert certain duties and port charge* The yeas atfff days were demanded upon a third reading of the joint resolution, when The farther .consideration of the report was postponed to next Monday. A joint resolution was presented by Mr Turton, authorising the Mayor to hare the gntter on the east side of Fourteenth street west, between 11 and I streets, taken up and repaid. Mr. At Lee i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 April 1856

EVENING STAR. TO A BAT CAtTOBT is* oua pbihtiho otvicb. Thou long-tailed. sbon-eved, nocturnal ranger ! What led the* bltber, 'mong the types and casea * Didst thou not know that running midnight rases O'er rtandlng types Is fraught with lmm'nent danger' Did hunuer lead thee * didst thou think to And Sonw rich old cheese to fill thy hungry maw ? Vkln hope none but a literary jaw Can masticate cur cookery for the mind. Perchance thou hast a literary taste. A love for letters and that tort of thing; But why, thou wire-tailed Imp?thou vermin king: Didst thou but yesternight devour our paste, And threw our types In pyramids ofpt ? Thy doom's decreed ' here, Towser! at him Careless Disposition op lieu ax Boxes. Insanity e.ius*d by finding a Skeleton.?-On Wednesday night, a bowling saloon in the rear of the Mansion House, Hanover street, waa broken into and robbed of a quantity of cigar?, Ac. In the morning, the proprietor of the establishment, in trying to ascertain how the thieves enter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 April 1856

. _ s.. ?itt pill ? i' _ ?? VOL. Vn. WASHINGTON, D. ?., THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1856. NO. 990. THE EVENING STAB, fUBLIKHKD EVERY AFTER MOOR. (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ^4 ikt Sf* B*Hdtnf*,eerntr of Pcnntflv**ta MMM W< klivtmk strtti, BJ W. D. WALLACI, ir"J bewared to B^Vcrlhere by carriers at SIX and A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo ti.e Aleuts; papers served in packages at 37# leau month. To mall subscribers the sub ^rlptlon price is THREE DOLLARS AND PIP fY CBNTS a year t? mdvanc*, TWO DOLLARS lor six months, and ONB DOLLAR for three Booths; f?r lem thsa three months at the rate of \t4 Mats a weak. E7-BIN6LK COPIES ONE CENT. H ANTHONY BUCHLY, UNDERTAKER, fbop and RMldfnee N?. 303 Penn. arcane, sooth side, between 9th and loth sts., AVING PROVIDED HIMSELF WITH *n ELStrA.S'T H EARS E, gad all nscsssary eonvsniencea fori properly conduci ng hlc business, would respectfully inform the public that he la fully prepared to All all orders entrusted to him, it the shortes- notice, and In the beat m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 April 1856

EVENING STAR. W A SHINGTON CIT T: THURSDAY April 10,1-56. IfT* AJvm semtnii should be handed In by M o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear ant II tb* ne?t day SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. I The Intelligencer'* editorial to-day i? * synopsis of the able speech delivered yester day by Senator Seward. The Union reviews the speech of Senator Seward, saying in the course of its remark! : 2. "At the close of his two-hour's tirade, in which he perverted and misrepresented the positions and the arguments of the President's messages, assailed his motives, and falsely attributed to bim purposes that he never en tertained, be very complacently assumed that he had convicted him of high crimes and pro ceeded, as lawyer, witness, jury and judge, to pronounce the judgment of guilt upon him as a criminal He did not, in so many words, invoke his friends in the House of Represen tatives to commence an impeachment, but he clearly intimated that he was prepared to pro nounce a verdict of guilty. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 April 1856

EVENING star. local intelligence. - *'r The Case of Wh Wells ?The Supreme pr ...t yesterday delivered its opinion sustain iv.t decision of the Circait Court. Four years ago, it will be remembered, Well* WAS convicted of murder in this city sci Mntenced to be hanged, but ?u pardoned by President Fillmore on condition that he be imprisoned in the penitentiary for life. A ?ear ag^ application was made to the Circuit Court for his discharge under a writ of habeas jo^us. the prisoner's cousel, Charles L Jones. Afiavioff the broad ground that the pardon y absolute and the condition roid The court, however, refused the application and re c?oded Wells to the penitentiary, when the was taken to the Supreme Court on an morning Justice Catron deliv ered the opinion of the court sustaining that jthe Circuit Court, saying that the condition J the pardon was not the exercise of a new power, cut merely a substitution of one pun iihment for another, and arguing that the p*rU?ning power must be unde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 April 1856

EVENING STAR THE LITTLE 8H0K I found it her*?a worn out shoe, Ail mildewed with time and wet with dew ; 'Tl* m little thing ; ye would pass It by With never a thought, or word, or sign, Yet It stirs In my spirit a hidden well, And In eloquent tones of the past doth tell. II teU? of a little fairy child That bound mv heart with a magic wild, Of bright b.ue eves and golden hair, That ever shed Joy and sunlight there? Of a prattPng vol e so sweet and clear, And the tiny feet that were ever near It telle of Lrpps that wl h her had birth, Deep burl'd nr>w In the ?ilent earth; Of a heart that had met an answering tone, That aaraln Is lef alone?alone Of days of watcHng and anxious prayer? Of a night of sorrow and dark despair It tells of a form that Is cold and still? Of a little mound upon yonder hill, That Is dearer far ?o a mother's heart Tha-> the classic ? sta ues of Grtcian art " Ah ! strangers mav pass with a carets air Nor dream of the hopes that are buried there. Oh, ve who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 April 1856

TEE EVENING STAB, fl-SLUlfKD EYEKY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) it 1*1 Sta' Fuilriinft.eornsr of P$nnspl*mtim ???**< si I Pitxtmk tttft, By w. D. WALLACE, JT.U t3 wntwcrfbera by carriers at SIX A\l) A tlUAKTKR CKNTS. payable weekly ?tbeAfent?; papers ?erred la porragm at 37# fcM j per mot-th. To mall subscribers the sub (cnptlon price li THR UK DOLLARS AND FIF f V CBNTS a year ta adf<ia??, XWO DOLLARS frr six month*, and ONH DOLLAR for tbree psoths; for lew tbaa three month* at the rat* af jSjf oenU a week. [^?3?.N6LK COP1KS ON if CENT. (ffUcntii j >A VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1856. NO. 991. THE WEEKLY SI AIL Tkli exoaUent Family aad News Jema^-coa* lalalag a greater variety of Imiemttag readlnr tbaa aaa be found la aay etber?Is pabQshed oa Satur lay morala* Blacla aapy, par uiu1".'..^ H ? *? nns Fltreaeples |i M Tea copies 8 oo Vwenty ^...U W CJT Cash, iitiiuut i* iifian. rrr Single copies (la wrappers) eaa bepvoea ad at the counter, immediately ariar t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 April 1856

EVENING STAR. W A SHIWOTOW CIT T: FRIDAY April 11, 1H6. UT Advertisements nhon'd be banded In by 1* o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear nru.il the neat day. 8PIBIT OT THE MORNING PBE88. The Union reviews the Senate debate of yesterday to show the folly of the pretence that Kansas is a State ; and shows that the Democracy have every reason to be satisfied With the results of the lata elections. The Intelligencer reviews the career of Na poleon III-, concluding that he has been a moat fortunate man. WASHINGTON NEWS AND GOSSIP !*r Seward's Speech .?The Republican press ara already apparently half mad over Mr. Seward's long-promised speech upon Kansas affairs, which was delivered in the Senate on the day before yesterday. As an intellectual effort, while it was superior to some other speeches made in the Senate on the Republican side, wa think it did sot come up to public ex pectation. It wanted solid foundation at the base, and hence appeared to be weak and disjointed in the sup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 April 1856

evening star. 'local intelligence. UARI!IM BI ROLAK Y. ARREST OF THE GUILTY PARTIES property identified. a rery daring burglary was committed last night upon the premises of Mr. For who keeps a shoe store near the corner ,.f Twelfth street and Pennsylvania avenue, aod at the same time upon the rooms above occupied by Mr Hoffar, dentist. Mr. Forrest bas been missing goods from his establishment fv r the last nine months, and for a few weeks past, a young man by the namo of Demain, who is employed in the engraving establish, ment of Mr Hare, next door, has been sleep ing npon the premises of Mr. Forrest, and to ivoid suspicion on the part of the burglars, bas been in the habit of passing through from the engraving establishment by an opening in the wall. Between one and two o'clock this morning he was aroused by a noise up stairs, and, get ting up, he watched for some time, pistol in band, but hearing nothing more he concluded be was mistaken, and went to sleep again. Soon after ho wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 April 1856

EVENING STAR. BBILLI AlfTS. THI PKIIOH. And this place my forefathers made for man ? This 1* tse process of our lore and wisdom To ea h poor brother who offends against us,? Most Innocent, perhaps, and what if guilty ? Is this the only cure ? Merciful God ! Each pore and natural out'et shrivelled up Bv ignorance and parching poverty, His energies mil back upon his heart, And stagnate and corrupt, till, changed to poison They break out on him, like a loathsome plague spot! Then we called in our pampered mountebank* ! And tfcls is their best cure uncomforted And friendless solitude, groaning and tears ; And savage faces, at the clanking hour Been through the steam and vapors of hla dun geon By the lamp's dismal twilight! so he lie Circled with evil, till his very soul Unmoulds its essence, hopelessly deformed By sights of ever more de/ormity ? With other ministrations thou, O Nature ! Healest thy wandering and distempered child: Thou pourest on him thy soft infl ea .es. Thv sunny hues...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 April 1856

the evening star, fCBLl?Htn EVEKT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At <?? SMf eorntt ?/ Ptnmtflvmmi* ?rfiMS'ti slifutiifrui, By W. D. WALLACH, Ifjl 5* ***** 10 ?nbeertbera by c\rTiem at SIX 4\'0 A yl'ARTHK CENTS, payable weekly lo tbe Agents; paper* served In packages at 37# <r5ti per month. To mall subscribers tbe nb loription price la THR KE DOLLARS AND PIP fYCHNTS a year in mdranet, TWO DOLLARS |t* tlx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?oaths; tor lew than three months at the rate of p ^ oeot.? a wwh. ?T*glNttLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON >A SATURDAY. APRIL 12, 1S56. NO. 992. THE WEEKLY 8TAK This excellent Family aid New* Joan*.?coa tniala* a greater variety of latereatlng readlnc tbin ?aa be ffouad la aay ?th??1? published na Satur day moralac ? t>MI. Single aapy, per taaam ?1 U t? IIVN. |t N Tea cople* ft 00 Twenty M C7 Call, WTtBUIlT in Mf&in. 1ET Slagle oopies (In wrapper*) ou be pr*c* ?d at the counter, Immediately after tbe liana of U paper. Price?T*n*?...

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