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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 April 1856

kvenIng star. = 0 T 0 N CI T Y : WtPn?DAY April 30, ? SPIRIT or TH? *OBSIN? P"S?. Tb. U?..? h? ? ?P?hich it notes A " ? tb, New York papa? ? ca'd for publication, which should not only wholly misrepresent Judge Douglas's letter to Mr Watson. b?t actually suppress a portion of bi8 own letter to Judge Douglas. The Vmttm bti also an editorial of consider. able length upon the penonal explanations in the Hou*e on Monday last, which signalued the return of the Hon Lewis D. Campbell to bit eeat after bis visit to Ohio. The Intelligencer is devoted mainly to new?. National Thkatri.? The Crown Diamonds will be presented this evening by the Pyne 4 Harrison opera troupe, and will no doubt be received by a large and fashionab le audience. m ? m ? WAIHIH6T0H HW8 A?D QOSSIP The Hational Water Works ?We have ?een a handbill proposing to build water works for Washington at a cost to the Government of one million of dollar?, signed Joseph E. Holmes, civil ?nd mechanioal engineer, for ?elf and assoc...

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. — 30 April 1856

evening star. local intelligence. Xhc Hoard or Common Council met on Monday evening at the usual hour. All the members present except Mr. Turton. Mr Ball presented toe petition of Leonora S Butler, asking to be relieved from the pay ment of certain expenses incurred at a tax sale; referred. Mr McKean presented the petition of Hen rietta Shryock, praying for the remission of certain taxes; referred. Mr AtLee introduced a joint resolution granting permission to Messrs. Shann and Madrigan to occupy the open space near the Centre Market for equestrian purposes; passed Mr. Lloyd introduced a bill imposing taxes for the year eighteen hundred and fifty-six. Mr McCutchen moved to recommit the bill with instructions to renort a general revision of the licence system; disagreed to Mr. MeC. then moved that the bill bo post poned until Monday next, and made the special order for that day, and that fifiy copies be printed in bill form for the use of the Board. . Mr AtLee moved a division ol 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. — 30 April 1856

EV ENING STAR. SFBIHG. When Dante earth bean all her charm*, And gives the Sod her perf-ct flower, Who. In thesunahlne'a golden shower, Leapt warm into her amorous arms ' When buds ait bursting on the briar. And all the kindled sreenerv glows Aad life hath richest overflow*, Aad morning fields are fringed with Are: Then young maids feel lore stir I' the bleed, And wanton with the kissing leaves And branches, and the quick say heavea A nd dances to a ripened flood; 11 , blown to Its hidden heart with aighs, Love's red rose burns 1' the cheek so dear, And. as sea-Jewels upward peer. ovethoughts melt through their swimming eye*. When beanty walks in bravest dress Acd fed with April's mellow showers. The ea th la-iuusout with sweet >lay flowers, That flu?h for very happiness. And Spider-Puck such wonder weaves O' nights, and nooks of greening gloom Are rich with violets th%t bloom la the cool dark of dewy leaves : When r.">se bnd? drink the flery wine Of dawn with crimson ?talns I...

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

TEE EVENIHG STAB, ri/?LISHEO EVEKY APTEKNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) 41 t*? St?r ButUtntf comir *f Pmusflmmmf mmm m*d Kltmtn 14 ilrul, By W. D. WALLACH, ff 111 b* ci ?ed to sttbocrfbera by careers at SIX AND A qUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo the A^fnU; ptpfra served In package* at J7% ?fnt* per month. To mall subscribers the ?nb rrtptlon price la THRKE DOLLARS AND FIP fY CHNTS iyeuttftfrMM.TWU DOLLARS for ih months, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?oaths; for leu thaa three months at the rate ef |#X cent* a week. l^SINOLE COPIBrt ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1856. NO. 1,008. THE WEEKLY STAB. M.?l M - M ??I. mm*. ? ?? mmmII M cJT Cats, 1RUIUUT tn uviNt. .1^7" Stajle copies (In wiappers) oh be prcnr?d at the counter, Immediately after the r paper Price? Tikis Caxrf PosmasTias who acta* _ a commission of twenty per oeat leaneef th orriciAJb* TftiitviT DiPART*t^T,Dec. 1, 1936. Notice Is hereby given to holders of stocks of the United States that this Department will pur chase...

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

EVENING STAR. W A BHIWQTOW CIT T s THCRSDAV May 1, 1H?. JfT Advertisements ahould be handed In by W o'elork, m.. otherwise they may not appear unMi the neat day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PEE8S. The Inttlligtwc?r of this morning is devoted again to news. The Union in reply to a gentleman in Vir ginia who calls attention to the fact that the enemies of President Pierce in the South lay peculiar itrwi upon his appointment of <*over nor Reeder as proof of his willingness to favor free-soi!er?, and asks whether, at the time of his appointment, Got. Reeder wtl net regard' ?d as a sound national Democrat, says : " It is in our power to answer this ques tion with entire oonfidence, and to say that down to the, time that Governor Reeder went to Kansas to assume the duties of gover nor of the Territory, there had not been, as far as we ever heard, or as far as the Presi dent ever heard, a breath of suspicion as to his entertaining free-soil or abolition sentiments. He was appointed under the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 May 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. * TbbOtbra?"Ci'idbkblla."?The Pyne A Harrison Opera Company, after a week s ab sence, reappeared at the National last even ing to a crowded aad fashionable audience Mis* Louisa Pyne was m charming and bril liant as ever ; although she bad traveled from Richmond during the daj, her voice had lost cone of its ail very ?weetnesa, and she warbled through the rolt of Kaiarina with all the rue and grace of ber own native " Sky Lark." Mr Harrison waa also in excellent tune, and gave the air of "Ob, whisper!" charmingly. This evening, the far-famed fairy opera of " Cinderella" will be given with new and splendid scenery, dreaaes, tricks, and transfor mations. Id addition to the talent of the Pyne A Harrison Opera Troupe, Mr Ford has se lected from his Baltimore and Richmond com pany the most available and talented portion of lady and gentlemen artists to give full ef feet to the successful production of this favor ite opera, amongst whom are our old friends...

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

EVENING STAR. QUXftTIOVS. The follwiog line*, copied from the N. Y. Mercury, are from the pen of the gifted Mils -Haulj P. Leadernier, now in this oitj. Wkil is the wind that speaks to me With a sighing moan, And a changeful tone, Thrilling my heart with Its minstrelsy. Till I cannot see for the tears that climb To mv mournful eyes while swells that chime ? For it brings me back my lo*t one'* *igh*> And the murmuring tone* of their last good-byea: And whence the sea with Its foamy crown, Heaving and plunging up and down; In measureless length, And limitless length, Tb? dark waves roll From pole to pole, With clamorous roars, Sweeping the shores, Where the Ice King holds his dismal couit? Where sleep and death are of one import? Where the crackling and crashing of lce-bergs grim Are the solemn "rouse" that la kept for him: While the Northern Light, with Its fltfUl glare, ia the coronal on hla snowy hair. 'Tlathe self-same sea that disports again, Like a lover fond on the sou.hern ...

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

THE EVENING STAB, fCBLISHEi) KVEHT AFTKK MOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 tk* Si?* B?0<tingt, fomtr ?/ rtnatjlmmni* ?*(*m B*d EItrtntk 5y W. D. WALLACE, fflil br iKTTed to su&acrlhera by curler* at SIX 4X1) A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly Atyento; p^per* aenred in packages at J7)| ?-nta p*r month. To mall subscribe? the aub i>rfp?<>n pricela THREE DOLLARS AND F1F |Y CUNTS ?y?ria?ir'M?i,TWU DOLLARS f"t ali months, and ONE DOLLAR for three *onths; for lc*a thus thrw raontha at the rata ?f 1** cents a week. ICJT SINGLE OOI'I BS ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON. D. C FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1856. NO. 1,009. THE WEEKLY STAB. t Family aa4 N befbuadia MT published e* IU|U Mn, H> ? 1* um Flee copies ..H ?? Tea ooples ? m Twenty ?? ITT* Cat*, tiTftftuait n mtin. CT* Single copies (la wrappers) can be ptaea ?A at the eounter. Immediately after the laaaa of tfc paper Price-T?*ii C?n*?. PoiTMiiriK whoaet aaagenta will ?eallow* ? oommlaaloa of tweatr mm* mtm* orriciu. Tamsffay i>er*?TxaiT, D...

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

EVENING STAR. W A 8HIN0T0N CI T T: FRIDAY May 2, 1946. uy Artvevt'i*inetita should be handed la by ** m-? otherwise they may not appear nntll the neat day. SPIRIT OF THE HORNING PRESS The Union argues to prove that thee nomi nal Democrats who are expected to rote for a candidate committed to the maintenance of the Nebraska Kansas bill, but will not rote for one who ha. participated H the political struggle over that act, will very sorely be foand voting with the Republican party, where they belong The Intelligencer,commenting on the fact that the letter of Walker read in the Senate chamber yesterday, essays to arouse a nation al prejudice here against Britain while com plaining tliat his filibustering operations have been embarrassed through lack of sympathy on the part of this Government, calls atten tion to the fact that very recently be was him self threatening to shut the United State? out of Nicaragua l>y forming a close connection between his Government and England. The edi...

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

EVENING STAR. LOCAL DTTE1LIGEMC1L Mrsder's Mat Festival.?The month of May, ti every body know*, it devoted to gay and graceful festivities. The genial, beauti ful season inspires all nature with new life acd animation The ancients represented May as a jouth of lovely countenance, with a white and green robe, embroidered with daffodils and hawthorne, and his head adorned with white and damask roses. Munder's Saloon was fitted up tastefully last night, in keeping with the season; and the most incorrigible, crusty old bachelor must have melted oefore the array of gay and lovely faces, as the troupe of little fairies gracefully tripped through the evolutions at tendant upon the ceremony of crowning the beautiful Queen of May. The fancy dances performed by the pupils were, in the main, astonishingly well executed ; indeed, it seemed almost incredible that such tiny specimens of boy and girlhood, as were many of the pupils, could have been brought to such proficiency. Their performances w...

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

EVENING STAR. BRILLIANTS. THK GLAD TO DAY. lx>! tee mernlng'e break is flinging In the east Its tosy glaacee, In the west behind the hills To her couch the morn advance*, While around us birds are singing With their warble*, flutes and trills. Glad *rd certain In the scope Of thy thoughts be the Behind. Let the future clearly ore To the light of the Designed, Then, twlxt memory and nope Will, to-day, be glad and gay. [Otrman of WacMtrnag-l. THE POWER OF PRAYER. He to the dimly gleaming shadows taught A prayer would wring them entrance into biles, Lice to the magic born in fae-ie balls, Of blast resistless; thrice blown, every gate Of every palace opens like a flower; The cdorous home of lightness, coolness, warmth [Baxley. BORROW Fe that lacks time to mo'jrn lacks time to meed. Eternity mourns that. 'Tls an ill cure For life's worst Ills, to have no time to feel them Where sorrow s held Intrusive, and turned out There wisdom will not enter, nor true power, ' Nor asght that dignif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 May 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rEBLIIHEO ETERT AKTKK.Vitt*. (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 11 lit St?f Butldt+i$, torntr of Pimmsflmmmim i ?u?r - ~ - iltrmtk ffrsst, By W. D. WALLACH, If 111 be served to sabecrlbere by carriers at SIX 4VD A qUARTHR CENTS, payable weekly H the Agents; papers serred la packages at 37* ttits per month. To mall subscribers the sub fjtptton price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CBNT8 a year tmadvius, TWO DOLLARS for six months, aad ONE DOLLAR for three ?ontb*; for lorn thaa three months at the rate ef tfjtf cenu a week. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. A WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1S56. NO. 1,010. THE WEEKLY STAB. Newt It talalag a greater variety of lalereettmg reading thaa saa he foul la aay ether?la pah&shed oa Satur day aioralaf. rim, Simgleeepy, per aaaam......* ve eaves. n m rive eepes ?e???? e ?????e *????e ??????e????e ?? ?? Tea coplea.I Twenty copies.... IS ?? Cask, iRuaiiiii m aavaiem. ) eaa be proca el 'mmedlately after the levee ef th at the effnnt Lr Single ...

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

EVENING STAR. W A BHIWOTOl 01T Y : SATURDAY May 3, 1N?. |[T AdverUMDienti should b? handed In by 1*2 o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear nnlll Ui? nest day. THE WISELY STAB, To day, embraces a vast quantity of cur rant Dews of interest. In addition to its per fect compendium of Washington News and Gossip for the past week, it has all the late exciting intelligence from Nicaragua, Oregon, and Europe, together with important advices from California and other quarters ; with edi torials, poetry, tales, local news, and personal intelligence?making altogether just such a paper as is sure to be a welcome visitor at every fireside. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer republishes the celebrated declaration of the Union party members of Congress in 1851, pledging themselves to re gard the settlement of the slavery quection as involved in the enactment of the Compromise measures of 1S50 as final and abiding, and adds: " How unfortunate has it been for tha pub lic tranquillit...

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

KV ENING STAJj. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE^ Th* Or bra Last Night a*o To Night.? Tbe theatre ww thronged la* night, and not | only were the private boxes, dre*s circle, and ..r-bestra seats filled with ladiee, bat they even usurped no inconsiderable portion of tbe parquette ; a domain which tbe lords of cre ation bare hitherto held ad peculiarly their own However, they were not at all averse to sharing their quarters with the fair in vaders. A more delighted and happier audi ence we do not eTer remember to nave seen. Miss Louisa Pyne astonished the audience by rendering, without transposition and with remarkable purity and richness, the music written for a contralto voice of the cavatina, ? ?<>nce a King there chanced to be.'' The audience knew her capabilities as a soprano, but were hardly prepnrcd to hear her execute this contralto part in a style that Albvni might have envied. But her singing of Bish op's magnificent song, ?? Lo, hoar the gentle lark," was tho triumph of the evenin...

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

EVENING STAR. BEN XARSHOOX'fl WISDOM. ? T IOII1T HOWS mo. ' Would a man 'scape the rod?" Rabbi Ben Karshook siltb, "8m tbat be turn to Sod The d?y before hla death." "At. could a man Inquire When It shall come?" I say The Rabbi's eye shoots Are? "Then let him turn to day !" Quoth a young Sadducee: " Reader of manyrclls, la It so certain we Have, as they tell us, souls*" ??Sen, there la no reply!" The Rabbi bit hla beard; ??Certain a soul have J? Wt may have none," he sneered. Thus Karshook, the Hi ram's-Hammer, The right hand Temple column, Taught babes In grace their grammar, And atruck the simple solemn. Nankeen and Pekin?A Chinese Epigram. As onee my daiz'ed eyes I aet Where Julia's neck and bod dice met, She asked what I was seeking : " There?that'" said I,is that Nankeen * The lining of your Wiist, I mean"? " No, sir/' she said, " that's Pekin !" WI9B0M.?In the time of Henry V. the fol lowing lines were written: " Two wymen In one house Two cattea and one mowce, Two doggie* and...

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

THE EVENIKG STAB, rVBLIS:i?D ITKUT AK7ERJ*?ON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4< 1k4 Star 3*\ldtnfi,rorn4T of ,r??JM|rl?*?^ a<*?*?:? Mi ?*U???(4 Krul, 2y W. D. WALLACE, Will be ?cree?! tosubecrfb^r* by carrier* at "IX AND A qUARTFR CKNTS, parable weekly li the Agaute; peper* nrnred In pactaurw at 37 X e~at? per month. To mall subscriber* the enb ? 'fVfKlor. price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIF? VY CENTS ayear ?? ?dv*?e4, TWO DOLLARS |y j<t moQtliA, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?ontts, for leu than three month* at the rate el It % cent* a wneh. liy SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. MONDAY. MAY 5, 1856. NO. 1,011. THE WEEKLY STAR. ?hi* exaelleat Family end New. J ? r renter Tnrtety of In tereatlnjr Mlh| ** be found in *?T a? round in nny ether?la publlahod on ??rnln^ .91 ?lnf le eepy, >w annti r i w mmmrnm ?????? ?eee?? Ptreeeptea an ?m ^-T.^ ???ee?eeeee?M?et??e?eeee?li Twenty copiM CT Caem, irvauoiv in mubo! CT Single copies (In wmppora) enn he win at fhe center, Immediately af...

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

EVENING STAR. W A SHINQTON CUT; MONDAY Nay 5, 1???. \Lf~ Adrfrtlffinwits should 1m handed Id bf W o'clock, m., otherwl*. they may not appear onK! the neat day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Union shows that the Republican lead en are laboring to shirk the ultraism of the aims of their party, and accepts their tender of a square fight on the principles of the Ne braska Kansas bill. The New Tork correspondent of the Intel Ixgtnetr narrates the circumstances of the effort of Walker to seise the Pacific steam er Cortes on her last down trip, and its result, all of which we explained to our readers nearly a fortnight in advance of the receipt, at this point, of the news of its occurrence, having obtained information of Walker's de sign against the vessel and of the means taken kj her owner to thwart its consummation. WASHIHGTO* HEWS AND GOSSIP Still Under that Load of Hay ? F. P. Blair has published a very long letter addressed to the late Republican abolition meeting in New York, des...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 May 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Meetinq for the Relief of the inhab itant* of the Cape Verde island*, who are perishing from famine, was held on Saturday night, at the rooms of the Young Men's Chris tian Association. Mr. 6. E Cones was called to the chair, and Messrs James P Tustln and R. T. Taylor were appointed secretaries. The meeting was addressed by several gen tlemen, some of whom bad a personal ac quaintance with those islands, and with the effects produced by the very seasonable relief sent from this country at the time of the fa mine in 1831. A committee was appointed consisting of Messrs. Wright, Tuston, and Reese, to present to the meeting resolutions and a plan for fur ther action. Tho committee reported as follows : Resolved, That we deeply sympathise with the inhabitants of tho Cape Verde Islands in their present distressed situation, and that we urge upon our citizens to contribute speedily and liberally for their relief. Rwlved, That the clergy of the city be re ...

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

EVENING STAR. TO MY MOTHER BT HIIltKICH RB1K I. It It my wont to bear my htid full high? Not can my mind boast much of pliant grace ; If even the king should look ma in the facs 1 should not wear a downward look?not 19 And yet, dear mother, I will not deny, However my proud sonl thus guard* Its plut, If I but feel thy ble* ed soft embrace, I stand befor toes tlmorcas and shy. Is tt thy spirit that subdues me so? That lof:y spirit which can pierce through all. And take Its shining way in Heaven's full glow ? Bitter Is memory, as I recall So many deeds which thy dear heart hath riv en? That tender heart which so mcch love has given! Once, in mad mood I left thee, to begin A an est through all the worid com land to land? For I would see what love I could command, Dreaming that love some other love must win. No path there was but I sought love therein; At every doer I took my suppliant stand, And begged small alms of love with outatretch'd hand, But only for my palm met Spite's cold gri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 May 1856

THE EVENING STAR, riULISIiEli KVKKT AFTKKAOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) if fi? Sttr ?wU4ir.f*. eernrr af fiM'jdwu Mi kitvtntk strut. Kj W. D. WALLACH, ?Ttil hf f-?r-?rd to sutarrlbera by oan>rs at SIX AMI A QUARTER CKNTS, payable weekly t the A??ots; pap#n> terred la packages at 77% a-nts pt* month. To mall subscriber* the ?ub ?'Tlptlon price la THREE UULI<AR9AND FIF? fY CENTS a year??tulranet, TWO DOLLARS (er *li month)", and ONE DOLLAR for three Months; for Im the* three ntontha at the rate of ceaU a week. IZT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1856. NO. 1,012. THE WEEKLY STAR. RhUexoeiieat FaaUlyaad Newt Jo?r*al?rna laialaf ? grattar variety of tatareattrnf rfwdlBjrtten ?aa V found la aay extar?li pr*>n?hed rm *m*rn <ty aiormlaf Blafleaepy, peraaaci^;..^^ w M t? nm. ri?MM ?MMlMMMNHMMMMHWHI.il M TfH ccr.w.....n? 9 N Rwrnty oop)n..*..M...M..i,....?.,H,Ma|| N 07" Cats, iiuiuut m Ufiira. Singlecoplea (la wrappers) oaa b*proea??d at the counter, Immedi...

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