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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 April 1856

EVENING STAR. W A SHI1T0T0W CI T T: FRIDAY April IS, ISitf. IZT" Advertisements should be handed In by in o'clock, m., oth?wln they may not appear until the neat day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS The Intelligence says of the meeting of the Cheaapeake and Ohio Canal bondholders (at the National hotel in this city, John Marbnry, Esq., of Georgetown, in the chair) that took place yesterday: 44 It was given in charge to a committee of six to represent to the Maryland Board of Public Works the anxiety of the bondholders for the appointment of persons as President and Directors at the approaching election, whose qualifications should be marked at once by a profesaiocal fitness and by business hab its and capabilities of mind. 44 The disasters, and, for the present, the unpromising condition of the canal finances call loudly, it was urged, for energy and ca pability in its management, and especially is that need felt in this community and in this neighborhood, where the sole resources of so...

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. — 18 April 1856

EVENING STAR. L'lCAL intelligence. JrmiPICTI05* OVER THE STREETS OF THE ClTT of Washington.?An interesting report vu made to the S?D?U on Wednesday last by jfr Brown, of Mississippi, from the Committee ?n the District of Columbia, to which was re ferred the resolotion of the Senate instructing th# committee to " inquire into and report whit jurisdiction the Congress of the United states has over the avenues of the eity of Wsshington.'' Ac Various authorities aro quoted from the early history of Washington downward, from which the committee come to the conclusion that the jurisdiction over the street* in Wash ington city is solely in the United States, and that Congress has no power to alienate that jnriadiction or cede it to another. Congress a.ay convey privileges over the street* to in dividual companies or corporations ; it might grant the temporary exclusive use of a street to to individual or company ; but no grant can he ^ iarisdiction, right or authority to ?ny P*rtJ w?ich Co...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 April 1856

EVENING STAK. THE OLD LOVE. In the ma of reading we come upon the fol lowing island Doea it not touch joa, reader, u singularly beautiful : I met her ; the was thin and old; She stooped and trod with to'tering feet; The hair was erav that once was gold, The voice was harsh that once was sweet. Her bands were dwindled and her eyes, Robbed of the girlish Ught of joy, Were dim! 1 felt a *ad surprise, That 1 had loved her when a boy. But yet a something in h*r air Restored to me the vanished time; My heart grey voung and seemed to wear The brightness of my youthful prime. I took her Withered hand in m'ne? I fa tou~h recalled a ghost of Joy? 1 kissed i with a reverend sigh, For I had loved her when a boy. MOVEMENT* OF OCEAN STEAMERS. riOU TBI 111TID STATU N?mt L?a*? t For Ump. Wa*hlngton..New Ycrk....B'emea Apl. 19 Alms (Fr )...New York ....Havre Apl 19 George Law. .New York....Aspinwa 1..Apl 2u A merles Boston Liverpool.. Apl 23 Baltic New York....Liverpool...Apl W New Tork....Liverpool...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 April 1856

THE EVENING STAR, fCBLISHFD KTRKT APTERIOUR (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) H til Sft Bntidtmft torntr #/ p *%tnut mnd EUvmtk Strut, BJ W. D. WALtACH IfiU betrrrtd to a ibacr'bera by carrier* at AND A QUARTER cents, p.nkte Week, atbeAsent*; paper, ?rr-red in J p?, mooUr To mall .ub^rlb^r* the m? option prV*l? THREE dollars AND FIP fY CB.NT8 ? fearta mdvamet, TWO dollars* lo, ,ix mooL,., u>4 one DOLLAR for Uuee aMt*; tor law thaa thro* no.tki a? *a ra*af jj# o??? a w?ek. CTSINeLE COPIES one CENT. SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1856, NO. 99S. THE WEEKLY STAR. VkK talalag a t Paauiraa4 ?iui| a greater variety of lateral ag raadinr tba? aaa be teu4 la aa? attar?la paMlabei <*a 8atur. a.. -?-?? t ? nna. pjt? capias Tea ooplaa ? weaty ooplaa. CT Caaa, iruiuut ib uron ET Slaglecopies (In wr?ppava) oaa boproea M paper Pric^- I h&bi PoavHaaraaa wboact as areata will Mi a commission of twaaty per aeat. omcui. Tu?A?r*T DiPiiTm^T, Dee. 1,1936. Notice 1? hereby given to holder* of stocks of United States that t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 April 1856

EVENING STAR. W ASHING T 0 N CUT: SATURDAY April 19, 1966. wrr Advertisements should be handed in by It o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear an til the n?t day. THX WEEKLY STAB for to-day can *efely challenge competition, M affording the most reading matter, of the best quality, in the neatest style, and at the cheap est rate of any weekly paper published. In addition to its fall budget of reliable Wash ington News, it contains a vast quantity of eboiee stkoted matter. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer regards as authentic a statement made in the Jottmal of Commerce, by its Washington correspondent, that in case the British Government fail to recall Mr. Crampton the President will promptly dismiss him. The editor thinks that there is not so much truth in what the correspondent adds oonoeming the unanimity of the Senate in favor of that policy. Our friends of the In telligencer are slow in comprehending what nearly all others here have known for some time. We appre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 April 1856

Evening star. INTELLIGENCE^ Ttllf a*d Belt.?The examination (for -Jmitment) of these two young men (Charles f1. .Te and Harvey Belt.) for having stolen Ify 1(0rtions of the proceeds of the villainies vS- Jang of Washington burglar* and ineen j-^fnow in prison, took place yesterday af tls n before Joatice Holliugnhead. Among w art'ieles found in their possession were -His stolen from nearly every house whieh >ther prisoners are known to have bur (itfioaslv eDtered?boots and shoes, clothing. tVwxii. clocks. watches, Ac., all of which JlJ ?v came into their hands from young ntmaine Steele, like Demaine, has respec H. relatives in this city, with whom the Vuiutity feel great sympathy. Tbev were duly committed under the charge reaving stolen goods in their possession. ,iJis ?tolen in the robbery of the premises of u, Wm Phipps. engraver, were found on Sim among the others. This is the first ? klinc that the police have had of the fact that this gan8 were the perpetrators of that I*t a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 April 1856

EVENING STAR POETICAL CURIOSITY A carious performance if given in the fol lowing poem of different biblical texts : Cling to the Mighty One, Ps, Lsxxlx. 19. Cifn^;; In thy grief; Heb,xil, II. Cling to the Holy One, Heb, 1,19. He gives relief. Ps, cxvi,9. Cling to the Gracious One, Ps, exvl,5. Cling in thy pain ; Pa, xv, 4 Cling to the Palthful One, 1 The*, v, 2*. He will sustain. Ps, xxrtli.8. Cling to the Living One, Heb, vli,25. Cling In thy woe; Ps, lxrxvi, 7. Cling to th? Loving One 1 John, It. 10. Through nil below. Rom, *111. 38. Cling to the Pardoning One, la, 1 v, 7. He speaketh peace; John.xiv, 27. Cling to the Healing One, F.xod, xv, *26. Anguish shall cease. Pa, cxlvll, 3. Cling to the Bleeding One, 1 John, !. 7. Cling to Hia Hide; John, xx, 27. Cllngto the Risen one, Rom, vl, ?. In HIro abide. John,xv, 4. Cling to the Coming One, Rev, xxli,20. Hope ahall arise; Titus, it, 13. Cling to the Reigning One, Pa, xctI, 1. Joy lights thine even Pa, iri, 11. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN ST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 April 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rrHLisiiKn evert aktek noon, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) I, ik* Sfr Bnildtnft.tor?r of P?nmtjflmmmi* ????i ??' FUrtmk ?tr$*t, f y W. D. WALLACE, ?TUi b?fcT?ed to TObscrlb^ by carrleri at bix A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo tb? Ajrects; papers a*nrod la packager at 37# *<nt> per month. To mail subscriber* the rub feripdon prlceU THREE DOLLARS AND fip fY CENTS a fear in mdvamts, TWO DOLLARS for tlx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three aontto; for lea* than three month* at the rate ef |i% o*mt? ? w?r*. p-SINGLB COPIES ONE CENT ?rmm * vol. vn. washington, D. c.. monday. april 21, 1856. '?* no. 999. THE WEEKLY STAB. t Kami if aa4 Neve ta aay wxnimmtiMnll H rw?kpiw ? ll|||L| mm n Yea eopia*............... a Mi Tweary eopiea ...... It ?e CT Cash, iiutuut m aavtaea. C7-Slafleeopleeaa wrapper.) oaa be preee ?? at the eoonter, Immediately after the laeae ef ih paper. Prlte-Tnii Cbhtb^ PNtiAitiai who act aeafeab a eommlaaloa of tweaty per eeat. O' orriciu* Tftsasufty DlFiiTMWt, Dec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 April 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: ?ON DAY April '21, IMS* [I~r Advertisements should be handed In by IS o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MOBNINO PBEIi The Intelligencer, rejoicing over the recen action of the 41 line and straight Whigs of Kentucky, in holding a Whig State conven tion, eulogised the objects and influence for good of the Whig party, and urge? its resusci tation. saying:* " We repeat, then, that we heartily approve the spirit and object of this movement, oom meneed by the Whigs of Kentucky, and in dulge the hope that it will meet with a response from all who cherish kindred sentiments. Meanwhile, for ourselves, we ean only say to the ' Old-Line Whigs,' whom it may be our honor to address, that it still seema expedient to us that the Whig party should preserve its distinct organisation, and, as we have hereto fore bad occasion to suggest, abide its proper time for making the weight of its influence felt in that decision which dut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 April 1856

kv kn JNG STAR. "loc al intelligence. S'atiokai. Xb?it?? ?The of the National ft*? another evidence of their disposition to supply a succession of attraction J, their patrons in the engagement of the dis tinguished tragedian Mr. J^W ??' ??d the charming French dancers, Madame rLwa and Mr H. Monplaisir. To-night we h.ve Mr Wallack in hii thrilling drama of ..The Iron Mask;" the French dancers in two dances, and Jefferson in his great character Ifpillicoday. We trust that the crowded house of Saturday night is but earnest of the nccess for the entire season of the deserving and enterprising managers. Co*?tAi*Tg, but wo Law.?Yesterday sev eral citiien* residing in the Northern Liber ties. oomplained to Justice Hollingshead that j number of men were burying a horse on a lot near their dwellings. Justice Hollings head took the late act providing for the estab lighment of a Board of Health, Ao., and gave them the 17th section to read They could ?asily see that the Justice had no right to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 April 1856

EVENING STAR. [FOE THI STAB. THE ANGEL'S MISSION. BT LOU III. Soft wit the night br??se, and a gentle wing,? Bore on its pinions, ?plcy gales like aprlng; A hallowed Influence round its path wai ?frown? It bore a mandate from Jehovah's throne It paused not In Its airy flight afar, Till It had wandered past each beauteous star; It gently parted from the seraph band, To bear a mortal to that glorious land My FiTiia faded with the rising dawn, Fit emblem of the mild, tbe smiling morn; And man, with his high, his heaven-born power, Passed like the vapor at the noontide hour. 'Twas noon, and now glad nature's fair array Was mantled with the sunbeam's brightest ray: When lo ? that angel wing came brooding nigh, To seek another trophy for the sky. ~ A Mother's form bent o'er a lovely child, And sought for comfort in her features mild. The angel's wing cams brooding o'er that nest And bore thee, Sister, to its "home of rest " Eve's shadows d^ep'ning In the west afar, Gave p'ace in beauty fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 April 1856

THE EVENING STAR, fUBLISHCO ETERT AFTKR.IOO!*, (KACErT SUNDAY,) It tit Si? BwilM+ia, canter ?/ Ptu*?|fi?M4l ?????? atd EUnntk ?lr<al, By W. D. WALLACE, ?iJ b* ^erred to *ubacri'oers by cujriera at 8IX aw> A QUARTER CKNT8, parable weekly to He Agesita; papers tarred In patkagea at 37^ icc'ji per month. To mall >nbacrlber* tbe rub jtrlpMoa price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIF fY CHNT8 iftUMadvMti.TWU DOLLARS lot ill moatha, aad ONE DOLLAR for three ?onto*; for lea? thaa three month* at the rate el j!* eenta a wae*. \ry SINGLE COPIES ONE CBN*. / >A VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. TUESDAY. APRIL 22, 1S56. NO. 1,000. WEEKLY STAR. amll? and Newt ie?ni??torn MV variety of latereatlajc readlaf tbaa 1> uy ether?u pabnahed oe Setar* tmw ????,?im,?n???n|l S ?? itni Five eeplea..???????????????????????? ?????? ?li Vea eoplei ? ??' C7 Oaii, ivvAtimi m 4i?4 CT Single copies (la wrmppen) eu at the counter, immediately after the paper. Prtoe?Thkii Csnve{ Poariinni who act a? agate will Mallow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 April 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHIHQTOH CITY' ?????? TI KSDAV April til, ISM. |?7" Advertisements should be handed In toy It o'clock, m , otherwise they may not appear until the neat day. SPIRIT OF THB MORNING PRESS. The Intelligent' * editorial column is, this morning, devoted to a resume of the elaborate and carefully prepared speech delivered yea terday in the Sena'e chamber by Mr. Clay, of Alabama, on the Kansas question, wherein that gentleman replied to the various argu ments of Meswf- Seward, Wade, Wilson, and ethers of their political school. The great point of this speech, is the labor in collecting and arranging the great number of valuable statistical, documentary, and historical faots it embraoef. Mr Clay's time spent in this work has been well spent indeed; for his effort will lire after him. as it cannot fail to furnish data for thousands of future oratorioal effort* in all quarters of the Uaion. The Union quotes the Ashtabula (Ohio) Sentinel, the organ of Mr. Giddings, to show that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 April 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Board or Aldermen.?The Board was called to order last evening, at the usual boar, ky President Clarke. A communication was received from the Mayor, announcing his having signed various bills. Petitions being called for from different Wards Mr. Pepper presented a petition from Corbin Baker; referred to claims committee. Also, the petition of James Powell; re ferred to same committee. Mr Emery presented the petition of Joseph Hile; referred to police committee. Mr. Houston presented the petition of Chas. McNamee and others for grading and paving alley ; referred to improvements committee Mr. Pepper, from improvements committee, reported back, without amendment, the bill for the construction of a reservoir at the cor ner of C street south and Thirteenth street; passed Also, Council resolution for repairing roof ef City Hall. Mr. Houston said there wa3 no specifications given, and enquired what the cost of repair ing the roof was to be Mr. Pepper replie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 April 1856

EVENING STAR. BRILLIANTS. * nil. ? timid, blushing maiden, Withdewaeast tearful eyee, 1b kfr hand &n opening rosebud Perfumed by dewy slgha. Oft advaaotng, oft retreating, She has woe our heart the while, And we cannot choose but love her For her tear-drop and her smile. rn set ia a Damimo cur. The sky is a drinking cup, That was o?erturned or old, And It pours in the eves of men Its wine of airy gold. We driak that wine all day, Till the last drop Is drained op, And are lighted off to bed By the jewels In the cup. R. H. Stoddard. ADOatSS TO thl WILD boss. Wild roee ' delicately dishing, All the border ef the dale? Art thou like a pale cheek, blushing, Or a red cheek turning pale ? Is It sorrow * Is It gladness ? Lover's hones or lover's fears ? Or a most delicious sadness. Mingled up of smiles and tears? Come: no illky leaflet shaken? To a breast as pure and fair; Come and thoughts more tender waken Than thy fragrant spirit there ? Arltngkam. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMEKS. faOM T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 April 1856

THE EVENING STAR, rrni.isHF.D evert afternoon, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) U tk4 Stmr B*iS<ti?cs, eornir nf Pt+mtflm*?4* mm?i Mii ftrul, If W. D. W 4LL1CI, IVtU tn <abr?r1be?K bycarrkra at SIX AVI) A QUARTER CENTS. payable weekly to the Agents; paper* nerved In package* at 37# ?ent? per month. To mall aubsrrlbera the snb fcjlptlon pn^eL" THKKK DOLLARS AND FIF TY CEN TS a veer t? afvmei. TWO DOLLARS |-r sit month*, and ONfc DOLLAR for three ?oiths; for lem thai :hme nnntha at the rate ef |(^ wnli a wveh. JiT" SINGLE COPlBt< ONE OBNT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON WEDNESDAY. APRIL 23, 1856. NO. 1,001. inhnehede* ? SI t Family aad tatalag a greater variety of la* ?aa ha fouad la ur tthwr It day BMnilac _ taua. Bla?le aopy, pet uiu ? *e nm. Five teplw Tee copier ? 0 eo Twenty copies It M DT" Cat*, mviiiiiii ti uvian. ITT Single eoirtea (!e wreppete) eaa he preea e# at the counter, lauaedlatrtv afta* the Uaae H th paper Prloe-TaRBB CamaJ Point* trait who act at areata will ha allow? a eomaiteioB of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 April 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDIUCSDAY April SS, >911. IZT Advertisement* should be handed la bv M o'clock, m., otherwise they m*y not appear ujiUI the neat day. 6PIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Union protest* with ranch force and feeling against the course of the Pennsylva man and the Harrisburg Patriot in en dorsing the style of conducting the canvass of Mr. Buchanan for the Cincinnati nomination, in which the Washington Sentinel indulges. The Intelligencer commends the President's recent speech at Annapolis for the good taste, patriotio sentiments, and interesting refer ences it embraces. WASHINGTON NEWS AMD GOSSIP The National Water Works.-Those in terested in the continued advancement and prosperity of the Federal city?the creation and ward of the General Government?need not despair at the treatment it seems likely to receive throughout this session at the hands of the House of Representatives of the I nite l States, ad manifested in the vote of the day before yesterday u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 April 1856

EVENING STAR. ""local intelligence. Cosoressioral Proceedings or District Interest.?In the Senate, yesterday, a com munication was received from the Commis sioner of Public Buildings, made in com pliance with a resolution of the 5th ult., di recting that officer to ascertain and report to the Senate at what price certain lots belong ing to private individuals could be purchased within certain named limits; and directing bim also, where he may tbink the sum asked is excessive, to note the amount of that ex cess in his report. The Commissioner gives a detailed state ment of all the lots and parts of lots in squares >'os. 575 and 576, and in reservation 12?show ing the number of square feet in each lot, the value per foot, the assessed value, the value of improvements on each, and the estimated va'ue. The Commissioner informs us that a quin quennial assessment is required of every de ecription of property; each assessor, before entering on his duties, to take an oath to be governed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 April 1856

EVENING STA"R SPEIWG New the young apring rejoices and is glad, Id her lew robe* of leave* and blossoms clad ; The happy earth smiles like aa Innocent bride That sltteth blushing by her husband's side: And the bird her nest with earnest patience weaves. And sings, delighted, hidden in the leaves; F rom their high homes in old and caverned trees Tha busy legions of Indus rlons b*e* Drink nectar at each flower's enameili'd brim. Brenthlnc In murmured music their glad hymn ; The Nereids come from their deep-ocean caves, Deserting for a spice tbe saddened waves; The Dryads, frcm the dusky solitudes Of venerable and majestic woods : The Naiads from th- beach-embow?red lake*, The Oreads from where hoarse thunder shakes The Iron mountains; wandering through cool S lades, lushing lawns when first the darkneeo fades Before the coming dawn, And ere the vounij day's crimson tints are gone, In glade haste all, 1 h?ir lovers to en wreathe withal, Gaihet the fresh-blown flowers, cool with the bre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 April 1856

the evening stab, flBLlSHKD EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) tit St+* Bn^'it^gt.eomtr Ptnmtfimami* M?M ?nd Bltrtnth By W. C. WALLACE, U*U br vrred to subaciibrs by carriers at BIX 4VD A qUARTKR CRNT8, payable weekly u fte Agents; paper* served la packages at 37X itat* r*T month. To mall subscribers the sub rfpi.on prleeis THREE DOLLARS AND FIF fYCBM T8 ayeartnadranM, TWO DOLLARS pr p't months, and ONE DOLLAR for thtee ^wtbs; for less than three months at the rata af |l^ o*11^ * week. XX PINOLE COPIH8 ONE CBNT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., . APRIL 24, 1856. NO. 1,002. the weekly STAR. ?an be found tn u> ?aTmemin? T '?""imtuwmiiH II FtTf aaplaa. Td cf P^l?? ??...??? ? Twenty copies*.... fj^ Cask, muiimi m ut ? m ot lET1 Single copies (la wrappers) aaa w woes red at the oonntrr, '.mni?dlauly after the tam stf tfc paper. Price?Tnaaa C*J**s. PosrXAiTitf who art asagants will be allows a ootnmlwloa of twenty per cent. orriciu. Dif&btmint, Dec. 1, 1896. Notice 1* hereby given to ho...

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