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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 April 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OIIT: THI RSPAV Afril 24, 1M?. Advert I aements should be handed in by ft o'clock, an, otherwise they may not appear m.ni the nestt day. 8PIB1T OF THE MORJUHG PRESS The Intelligencer is to day devoted to news. The Union republishes a letter from the Hon. G. W. Jores, of Tenn., to his constit uents, giving them an unvarnished history of the late contest for the Speakership. Though necenarily a paper of great length, it should be read by every one at a distance who de aires to know the truth concerning that elec tion. which has has been gTeatly mystified by ultra partisan journals of all the parties. We place more confidence in what George W. Jones says concerning such a matter, occur ring under hi* immediate observation, than we would in a similar statement from any other politician we ever knew. The Union alvo jokes unmercifully over the search of the Republicans for availability in the approach ing Presidential contost. Cbikl?Lieut Governor Benchley, of Ma*...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 April 1856

EVENING STAR. "local intelligence. * National Theatre.?We think if our oiki xen* WPre really aware of the fine histrionic Ueat aff >rded at the National during the en gagement of Mr. Wallack, they would not permit the bad weather to prevent their ughtly attendance. The unpleasant weather last night kept many of our theatre-goers ???y. but those present expressed the great est delight, not only at the remarkably fine delineation of the character of Leon by Mr. Wallack, hut at the general excellence of the performance of ?' The Iron Mask." by the en tire company. This play may with truth be called " intensely interesting," though not of the clap trap order usually so designated. To-night will be presented Colley Cibher's adaptation of Shak?peare's Richard Third, and the opportunity afforded of seeing this gTeat play fr<>m the uomutilated text ought to secure a full house. The French dancers will appear, and Mr J. Jefferson will perform his *uie-splitting part of Jack Cabbage....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 April 1856

KVENING STAR XT LADY WAITS FOE XX. BT UOlel P. KOUII Mv lady wait#'Tl? now the hour When morn unbars her gate* ' ? Mr vessel glides beneath the tower Where now my lady wills. Her signal flutters from the wall, Above the fricndiy sea! 1 live but to obey he* call! My lady waits fbr me. My lady waits?for me she waits, hlle moralag opea her golden gates. My lady waits!?No ftdrer flower E'er decked the floral grove. Than she, the pride of bail and bower, The lady of my love f The eastera hills' are fleck'd with light, The Laad breeze curls the sea ! By love asd truth sustained, for flight, My lady waits for me. My lady waits?for me she waits, While morning opes her golden gates. MOVEMENTS OF OCIAN STEAXXBf. f ROM TBI TNITBO STATU. iVM>? Limi For Dm y. America Boston........ Liverpool...Apl. 23 Baltic New York.... Liverpool...Apl. 26 New Vork.... Liverpool... Apl. 30 V10M BCXOPB Ericsson Liverpool New York.'.^Apl. 18 Persia Liverpool....New York...Apl. 19 Hermans Soutfcam'n...New York....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 April 1856

THE EVENING STAR, rtRLlSHKD EVERY AFTERNOO* (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) if tki St** Building3, const of Ptnntflm< mm?i *nd Fltvmtk <lr?l, By W. D. WALLACE, Will be serred to subscribers by carriers at SIX 4ND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly K> the Agents; papers swred in paekagea at 37X ?ents peT month. To mall subscribers the sab ?crlptlon price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIF ?Y CENTS a year, mmdtanct, TWO DOLLARS (or six months, and ONE DOLLAR fot three months; for leas thaa three months at the rtteef UK cents a w*ek. SINGLE CO PI MS ONE CENT. VOL- VII. WASHINGTON T STAB. Neva JMnal-ooa Slaffleaepy, par aaani*""' aim *? m cr Cas*, Iiiniuui M iivtM. ET Single ooples (la wrappesa) eaa he pvaea >e? at the eonnter, fmraM:it<y after the laaoa of ih paper. Price?Tea aa Cbj?ys PosTitasTBEs who act asafMts wW aeaUewe a oommlaslon of twenty per aeat. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1856. NO. 1,003. urricui, I ?/ *? t a a ft TSSaSOET DiriKTMUT, Dec 1, 1896. Notice Is hereby given to holders of stocks of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 April 1856

EVENING STAR. ^ 1 1 -? W1IHIIGT0I C ITT: FRIDAY... April S3, IMS. ICT Advertieements should b? banded In by It o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear nntll the neat day. THE WEEKLY STAB. Tha public appreciation of our weekly is .. evidenced by the immense number of sub aorptions pouring in by erery mail. They ooae from North, South, East, West?from Eu rope, Canada, Australia and the Sandwich . I aland a eren, showing how Widely extended ia the fame of our paper for the fullness, accu raoy, and reliability of its political and other Intelligence. The number for the present week ia quite equal to, if, indeed, it does not surpasa its predecessors, in the excellence and rich abundance of its contents. SPIBIT OF THE MOBBING PBES8. The Intelligencer ia, to-day, devoted to news. The Lnton again deprecates the warfare upon the President indulged in by some of the Buchanan journals; and argues that Geor gia Know Nothingism ia on its last legs. Rosi* Oil.?In consequence of the falling c-?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 April 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCeT DiworBAT,r Mxktiws.?The Jackson Dem ocratic Association Hall was filled at an earlj h ,nr last night to its utmost capaoity A boat o'clock p m . Lieut. Got. Willard entered the hall, escorted bj the committee of the ae ration. end was received with long and deafening applause. The president, Mr Rat cliffe. introduced the distinguished orator to the audience. He commenced by expressing the gratification it afforded him to address t ie audience as fellow-citixens, because here Washington are assembled citieens of all the states, whom he was ever glad to meet as brethren- He did not expect to enlighten them, hut thought it was well that they should -ather together, not only because he loved to tbe people assembled, but that they might con'eoor late the length and breadth of the trea f >n which was meditated against the Consti tution- He remmked that the integrity of that sacred instrument was involved in the (intest cf 1856; and alluded to the assau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 April 1856

EVENING STAR. THE BIRD SONG BV LI1TAL K1TT0L, OF SWBDBN. It's chanting in wlldness and glee Is singing, each bright summer day, Hlgti up in the green waving trea, A little bird over the way. While love is breathed forth in each note, An emblem that birdie is true, la seen in its pretty bright cost Of feathers so glossy and blue. To cheer up thy mate It Is well. While making her nest in the tree; Now low, sad then high with a swell, Chip' cheery! chlrup! cheery! When winter winds whistle so cold Then far to the South fly sway. With little mate covered with gold, Then cheer her though dark oe the day. tweet little bird up in the tree, Oh, ever declare thou srt true ; A oid^e of thy faithfulness be Thy bright little coating of blue. Spring Morning. Hall to the joyous day! With purple clouds Tha whole horizon glows. The br. exy spring Stands loosely floating on the mountain top And deals her sweets around. The sun too seems As conscious of my joy, with brighter beams To gild the happy w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 April 1856

THE EVENING STAB, flBLISHKH EVER Y irTERNOUR, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) It tk* Star ?/ Ptnasjlmmmim mmmmt ?nd Ulavtntk strut, By W. D. W A L L A OB, will be wnrwd to ?ah-cr1>*r? by carrier* at SIX AND A qUAKTER CUNTS, payable weekly tr tbf Ages*; pnpera nerved la pachagea at 37# gmt* prr month. To mall aubscribera the sub scription price U THREE DOLLARS AND PIF f r CENTS a year i? ?dvantt, TWO DOLLARS for rix months, and ONE DOLLAK for three Mentha; for leaa than three months at the rate of oenta a w*?k. ?T SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. SATURDAY. APRIL 26, 1S56 NO. 1,004. THX WXEKLT STAB. ^?Wtteinr fonad la aay day moraiaf pa Wished am Satar SI II mttrtn Mnni riTifpw Ywrnty cop lea H7 Caii, iifiauui ia aavaaem ET SImRJe ooplea (la wrappan) tu he \ at the eonnter, lounedlataly after the lav paper. Price?Tvaaa Cbwtb. PoiTHaavina who art aa agnate will aeallowe a eommlaatoa of twenty per seat. . t m ?it m (A ih OFFICIAL* TlltiDlT DmiTXIIlT, Dec. 1, 1906. Notice Is hereby given to holders of stocks...

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

EVENING STAR. W ASHINGTOH CUT SATURDAY April 2f>, 19*6. iLT" AdrerllieiMuU should be handed la bf tt o'eleck, m., otherwise they may not appear antll the next day. SPIRIT OF THI MORHIWG PRXSI. The Union compliments highly the recent speech of Lieutenant Governor Willard, of Indiana, before the Jackson Democratic Asso ciation of this city, which it regards as the opening of tfce Presidential campaign. The InflligmcT again nrges arbitration as the proper mode for settling car outstand ing questions with Britain. WABHITOTOW HEWS AMD GOSSIP The Twelfth and Laat Reception?As was anticipated, the reception of last night was much the most largeJy attended of the season All the ordinary levee-goers were present of coarse, and there were in addition all those procrastinating spirits who, were the recep tions " to stretch till the crack of doom," would inevitably miss all but the final one. The ladies, of eourse, made the most of the occasion, and at the height of the reseption? a.\j about...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 April 1856

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCF. The Pbovosbd New Electiob Law ?The following is a copy of the Washington City Election Bill thmt passed the Senate yesterday. It is ideciical with the bill whieh the Housa Distiict Committee are indeavoring to report: ?? Bt it enarted, \e. That if any oommis lioner or other person appointed to superin tend municipal elections in the eity of Wash ington shall knowingly refuse to receive the ?ote of a person possessing the legal quali fications to vote at such election, or shall in any other manner hinder or prevent the legal exercise of the elective franchise in said city, he shall, upon indictment and conviction thereof before the Criminal Court of the Dis trict of Columbia, be subjeot to imprisonment in the county jail for a period of time cot ex ceeding six months and to a fine not exeeedipg two hundred dollars in each case, at the dis cretion of the court, and shall thereafter be ireligihle to any offlce under the city Corpora tion, besides being...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 April 1856

EVENING STAR. UNCLE I8HAM The Episcopal Recorder sayt: The follow log beautiful line* were handed to us at writ ten by a ladj of North Carolina, on the death of ao aged negro servant: One less it left to lore us here?the good old man is gone; Bat still he points as to the roeh he loved to rest upon; Oae less to warn us what to do, and what to leave undone; But still he animates our seuls the Christian's race to rnn. Through years he loved to labor as a happy ehild loses play; _ ^ 4 ^ He loved the garden, loved the corn, and loved the new mown b iv ; He made a pet of everything by Nature's bounty Sven ; -d on Nature as herself the worh and gift of Heaven. Through year* we saw him dally fed by his own hou??hold band ? His head stooped lew to meet tbe cup in loving childhood's hand; And by this utter helplessness we saw him sorelv tried. Yet bowed In sweet humility before the Crucl flrd We saw him robed in holiness?we saw him fill'd with love Fsrall who dwell beneath the sklM?for Him w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 April 1856

THE EVENING STAR, rtULISHKD KVIKT AKThKIOOH, (EXCEPT 8UNDAY,) it tk< SU* Suti iingt, rcrntr ?f Fr*niy;?e?4? mi??? Kitttmtk rtrtttj 1J W. D. WALLACH, 4?til b* p^Tvrd U) ubsc.-'be.'K bycHirl*-!* it SIX kVD A QUARTER CENTS, p-iyible weekly n tb* Agents; fw;#ere nwtl In packages at 37# I Vj P^t month. To m&li suotcrlbera the sat WipUon price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIP. fY CKNTS iyeuwa^MM(,TWU DOLLARS for six otoolhx, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?Kirvlha, for Iras tiua three raoatke at Ike rate ef oenta a week. try SINGLE COP IMS ONE CENT. Vkls axeeUeat Famll? aai < talalag arieataivarietyelreeAls?tbaa eaa ke ftma* \a tar ether?la pakllakf* *? VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. Cm MONDAY. APRIL 28, 1856. Lai*? ' NO. 1,005. ?lafleeepy.peraaail*^.'...^..... ?i U ?? eaaae. Five eeplee Tea cop,**...... ? m rweatt oeptea 9% CT Caaa, iaeaaiaaiT ta aaesaea. ff7* Single oopiee (la arrappars) eaa ke preea e4 kt tke oounter. immediately after Ike Vane ef lb paper Prloa?Taaaa Caava. Poaiaiitm wkoaot aai...

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

EVENING STAR W A SHI1TQT0H CITY! MONDAY April !?, 1U6. U7" Advertisement* should be handed in by lit o'clock, in., otherwise they may not appear until the neat day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING FEES*. The Intelligencer says: 11 We are authorised to state that an ar rangement has just been concluded between Mr Campbell, Postmaster General, and the Britiah Postmaster General. the Dake of Ar gyll, providing tor the registration of valuable latter* to eaU from Great Britain. The regis tration fee on letters for Great Britain will be fire cer t?, the same as on domestic letters, thus making the rate on a single letter, when registered, twenty-nine cents. The English registration fee is twelve cents. On all regis tered letters in each country prepayment is required. The arrangement goes into opera tion on the first of May." The Union exposes the hollowness of the Hew York Herald's pretensions of friendship for the South, and explains most forcibly why the approaching Cincinnati Convention will d...

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

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tee Py*e and Harrisox Opera Compart. The suecees of this celebrated company at Richmond, W, baa far exceeded the anticipa tions of Manager Ford, and a renewal of the term of their engagement generally demand ed. bat oar music-loving citizens, will, with pardonable selfishness rejoice to learn thai the desire* of the public of that city hare been made to give place to their requirements, and that for a bnaf season of four nights, com mencing on Wednesday evening next, we are to be agaiit permitted the delightful and bril liant performances of this capable company. Auber's graceful and sparkling opera of " The Crown Diamonds," will commence their second series of representations in our city, followed on the remaining three evenings by Rossini's world-famed and exquisitely beautiful legend ary opera entitled " Cinderella or the Little Olsss Slipper." As a final occasion of hearing the sweetest, and most gifted vocalist in the vernacular, that has ever ...

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

EVENING STAR THS OLD MAW TO Hit WITE We m growing wf old, K?tt? I Aral It every i*y ; The balr upon our temples now la growing thin and gray; W< are not u we were, Kate, And yet oar hearts are young. Aa when we roved the aunny hills, And flow'ry dell* among. We are growing very old, Kate? But it is not age of heart, Though spo?.illy tho time cornea on When yon and I must port: When thou and 1 must port, Kate? Aa we have ne'er before, '?aside our cottage hearth to m< With words of lore no more. But And Till we're growing very old, Kate? id tfee parting won't be long, we meet within ab tter home, Amid von heavenly throng; Till we sing the song together, Kate, The angels sing above; Where ne'er tue fear of parting takes The blessedness from love: C0W0B*GATI0!?A.L SlNGIKG ?The Boston Transcript of the 23d inst. boji that the audi ence ot Park Street Church were taken qnito by surprise last Sunday morning, at the an nouncement from the desk that the " choir" had given oat, and if a...

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

the EVENING stab, fl'BLIMIKD KV ICR T AITCH^OUH, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) II lii 5??* BuUdmgs, eorn$r ?f Pinmtflmami* (id ttrttt, By W. D. W4LLACH, n !l beserml to atfhaernMn by carrier* at SIX kSV A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly ?j the Areata; pap^s ??rwed la package* at J*# e*?nt? p?t month. To mail tmbflcrlbera the ath ? jlpuoa pr trie la THREE DOLLARS AND F IF ? fYCENTS ? year i?md**nc?, TWO DOLLARS for a>* month.*, and ONE DOLLAR for three aaonthn; for less taaa throe moatha at Ike rate of MX oeuU i week. ICT SINGLE COPIHS ONE CBNT. 4 ? >A vol. vn. WASHINGTON, D. C? TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1856. NO. 1,006. the weekly star. *"i? ficeiieat Family aad New* Joaraal?roa **"**> variety efteiareattMreadiajrthaa *a My other?u pntRahed oa Satur day merala? ?lag le eepj, Mr aaaam * .. *? niu - M .... 9 en **? n1' MO CT Caai, muiiiiiT in aav&aoa. ET Slmgleeopfeo (ta wrapper*) eaa Wpntird at tke counter. Immediately after the tarn of th paper. Prto?? Taaaa Caara. PotTMaaTiKa who act aaagea...

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

w A SHIHOTO N CIT T : Tl April ^,1046. irf AdmtlMDiNiti rtonld be h?ntl?l In by 1* o'clock, m , otherwise tbey may not appear until the not day. 8PIEIT OT THE MOHHIWG PEESS I The Union protests against the disposition j of parties in the Democratic party to ignore the slavery question?to shirk ?*-?? 1 ? ?P proaching Presidential canvas., and callsp^ - lie attention to the fact that in 1818, when Mr Oalboan introduced his celebrated reso u tione into the Senate, a similar effort was made In another article the Unton quotes Senator Wilsen, to show the progress of Abolitionism, and that it confidently expect* to obtain poe Mjsion of the Government. The Intelligencer regards the late pilgrim age of many distinguished Democrats to the Slashes of Hanover as a fitting ovation to the memory of Henry Clay. WABHIHOTOX HEWS AKD GOSSIP Mr Calhoun'u Evolutions ?The reader Will find on our first page, to-day, an extract from a review of the course of Mr. Buchanan upon the celebrated resolutions,o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 April 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL TNTELLIGENCE. Mitoealtv Noiii!*atio!i.?Tbe delegates to the anti-Know Nothing convention met at Copp's Saloon at 8 o'clock last evening, and < rganixed by tbe appointment of Dr. Wm. Jones as chairman, and Mr. Thome.* Hutchin jvn as secretary. Mr. James r. Haliday moved that a two thirds vote be requisite for a nomination, lie explained that be had no motive in this proposition further than the establishment of a preoedent. On motion of John F. Ennis, Esq., the mo tion was laid upon the table bv a vote nf ayes 24. noes U. The convention then proceeded to nominate by a vtva voca vote, which resulted in toe unanimous nomination of Mr William B Magruder as the candidate of the party for Mayor; and a deputation consisting of Messrs Mulloy, Lee. Berret, Donoho, Sweeney. Flood sad Bobrer were appointed to wait upon bim st the chamber of tho Board of Aldermen, and apprise bim of bis nomination Dr. Magruder entered the room, accom* pauied by the eommittee, and was rece...

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

EVEJSING STAK.I LIFE. IT mriilD H WILD!. My life li like the iumn>> rose That opens to the morning ikv, And ere the shades of evening close, Is scattered on the ground To die. Yet o'er that roee's humble bed Th<? sweetest dews of night are shed. As If she wept such waste to see, But none will shed a tear for roe. My life la like an autumn leaf, That trembles In the moon's pale ray, Its hold la frail, its date is brief, Restless aad soon to pass sway; Yet when that leaf shall flail and fhde, The pirent stem wfll mount Its shade, The winds bemosi the leatless tree, But none will breathe a sigh for me. My ll'e is like the prints which feet Hit( left on Tempe's desert strand, 9oon as th?- rising tide shall beat, Each trace will vanish from the sand; Yet, if as grieving to effhee AH vestige of the human race, Un that lone shore loud moans the sea. But none will thus 1 iment for me. 17" A despatch received from Erie says that a mob destroyed on Saturday the Consti tutional ofice ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 April 1856

THE EVENING STAS, rCKLIAHKD KVKKY AKTEKNOOFI, (RXfTRFT SUNDAY,) H tit Si*r Suxiitnfs. ttrntr of nirtm m-xd At'?rtnt? ttr??t, 3? W. D. WALLACH, Ciii heiHWd to *ub*eribf-Ts bycarr1?"T? at SIX hND A HUAKTKH CWT!*. payable weekly I) tiie A^erit*; papers conr^d In ^a< ka^ea atTT^ ? -3U per moutb. To mall subscriber* tbe snb ?c?lpd.>n f iVeln THR Kb DOLLARS AND PIP fV CKNTS aywi??dr?fi.TWO DOLLARS (or nix month-, and ONK DOLLAR for three acnth*; fr>r lea* than three months at the rate ef 14)4 eenU a w?oh. \ZT "IN8LK COPIBS ONE CBNT mrnim VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, I). C.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 30, 1856. NO. 1,00 THE WEEKLY 8TAR. This exeellaat Family a?d News JunH-cea * greater variety ef lateral a* rrmd n? thai *? '*?i4 ta ut efhaa?la tADlbd *?? S?>?r d*y wnlii **T meraia^ peraaaJI1 II St *? UIM. ? ? mil Flveaaplaa... |] m Tea copies.. ? ee Twenty copies n CT Can, iSTAmtaBLT m unan. Single copies (la wrappwsxwa be ptoes ?A hi the counter, immediately after the laaae ef tb paper Price?T...

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