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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 April 1855

EVENING STAR. (rORTSB RTAR. THE ALIEH'3 OBAVB. The l?ave* of the wihlwood are budding and srorn, The mo a wantons gaily in silvery shien~ 1' -pJajin* the g'ory. the hemty, the mi?hT fjf those rants of day, ?ho<*> g<>hlin.4 of n>gt)l? T.ie ivy clad monarch of forest and flea? The throne of the Eagle, the perch of the wr?n ; Those time-scorning oaks ?'l hoary with mo**, With sturdy boughs reaching the Taller acrcss ; Now dipping their l< atlets with exquisite tliiiH la the limpid ootcnshing* oj many a hill, Then quivering Willi hie 'neath the redolent gale Fling moisture to gems of the moun'ain and vale ! Thmu-i^al Night! Creation is stirred With the tune breathing sleep of each insect asd bird, The grass waving gently, ia whimpering tone fcigh* p*ac* to the loved ones th*t re^t'nenlh tlte stone? The funeral block, whose glistening bead f*eema the sheeted! certonr ofth? beauteous dr.id, Who* oace buoyant Cym can restlessly brook The yawaing aLyss anVthe close coffine...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 April 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, CEICKPT 8LTTDATJ At the Star But/dtng, eornsr Ptrrmjyl+mm* atvrtu* and H'ev?rtk str*?r, By W. D, WALLACH, Wttl tx ?rr?*d to nuh?crih?ri in the citieo of Waafc tnctnii, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and rttfadHplM, at SJX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pnpaMa weokir to the A?*nta. To mail rafeaciib? Ibe aatocnption pnw ii THREE DOLLARS AND FITTY OEWTS a ymt In admantt, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR ft* THREE MONTHS. <&-S<a?l* tonil ora Ourr. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY. APRIL 24, 1855. NO. 719. AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENS* LBT TBI ?ICE BBAl TBI T*UTB. CafTaiB Bmjabiii.?WbfrfTir known hi* teitl mony will b? conclusive. But lest those who do not know the Captain ahould be aceptical, Dr. Daw son a. Bro., with others of the b?st known and inosi b.gtiJy respectable ciusens of Easton, endorse bir wonderful care by hamptok's ymmtabli tinoturb. Eajton, Oct. 4, lc&i. Mrmrt. Mortimer 4" Mowbrak: Gentlemen? 1 feel it m/ auty ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 April 1855

KVENING STAB. ? * \ *OTTYr * * 1 j , , ? s TXTTOAT AITEBTfOOH. April * Kfp.rr 07 Tin ?osnnro pbkss. The Untcn replies to the Intelligencer' chuckling over the article in its columns 01 thelfth wherein the editor intimates that thi Administration ia not responsible for his posi tiona and view* on the Cuban question. He i mists that the President and his Cabinet think with hia that Spanish outrages ahonld not be anbmitted to. Wa haw* mo doubt that no far. he ia correct?bat no farther; it being well known here to hundreds that the views of tha Administration upon soma of the point? alleged to be in isme between thia Govern ment and Spain, are by no meana identical I with those of the Union. Of the Intelltgen J r*r>t course cm the Cvban question, the editor ] says with undisguised bitterness : - J "We have no appreciation of that species of I regard for the repatation of the President or I for the honor of the ooantry whioh appeals to I the evils of war by waj of frightening the I go...

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. — 24 April 1855

r'"-CT\? STAB. Local Intelligence! Thb Coiscfts ? The Board of Aldermen ffi iStfclS,'* """" Mr -on? norse, cart and driver and one laborer u Vf wWard' ? " *?r?gateoo?tef $3,022.50 wbich, he says, u much leu than similar work hae heretofore oost the Corporation: referred to the health committee Mr Tepper presented the potion of E'iia jSEfJA*** *? th? of "> ">? jxucl?y Mr. Clark presented the petition of John Baine and other*, to hare the curb set and iv?rrViD'o^??10 fr0ntof "I**7** ?02 and 903; referred to the improvements eommittee Mr Borrows reported, from the improve ments committee, a bill to graduate and pave the alley in square 398; paued F Mr. b. also introduced a bill to repair the w?y on the south front of squares 402 end 42ft; passed. Mr. Houxton offered a joint resolution to ap point a eommittee to select a lot to erect there ?k \il0Use ^or Franklin Fire Company? the Mayor, two members of the Board of Al dermen, and three of the Board of Common Council; passed. The C...

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. — 24 April 1855

EVENING STAR '??t-?tit?mr QUXSTI0V8 or LX7X ?T VI. What do wa t(re for t Whence thoee hope* tan Which nerve w ? to the eon flirt of oar year*/ Which after all remain* when life is sped, \nd in an m gathered to the ?ilent dead f Home to *oe narrow house, and Ion*, long sleep Where pain ia trilled and sorrow doth not weep I Tnaaed on the ??Ter-ebbin? tide ef tine? - And stream reslnless, rapid and sublime, <>ne movent aeen man fins Horn wave to wave, Then sinks forever in the treacherous(rave. Sinks and m seen no more ; no moie la knows, Sleeps all unmoumej, forg"tten and alone What remains to tell that he hath been? Vbat rweord shows his virtue or bis ?n ? ?\ hat power review? the life which tbb^away, Hurst* the thick darkness and leads' on the day ? Adjusta the haiaace, wei^hum every deed? ?V as evil spumed or virtue doomed to bleed ? "id he (reat > b,?ets id his life obtain, Or was riiiitrnce given him in nlnf These question* answered, ?ummon-* to its plare Ea^h t? otighf,...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 April 1855

<" 1 1 1 .i TIIE EVENING STAIl Pl'BLLSHED EVERY AFTERNOON, lEXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4 At tk* Stmr lituiding, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Hi*venth street, By W. D. VALLACO, WHl be ?rri*d to robscribera in the citie* of Wash ington , Georgetown, Alexandria, Raltimw and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weakly to the Agents. To mail rab?criberv the aubechption price in THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advanct, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. QP-Sinsls curias oni enrr. 11 " VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1855. ? * NO. 720. ? ?? THE WEEKLY STAIL This ex. ?Mt*t Family and V) taming * fnsMer variety of can be found in any other?b pebUAedee Smgle copy, per annul ? to carta. Five copies.... 1 1W?? ???t ?*?m m ??>?? ? a a a a a ?wi?? Twenty <tn _ (&L am, mra ai*ai.r tn aneancn. 09~ Single copies (in wrappers) can be at the counter, immadtateiy after tbe Imk mC paper. Pricr?-r?aaa can*. roiT???T?u who act as agents w...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 April 1855

KVENING STA1? ; W A < HI NGTON CITY: WM?MI iWMt April Job Pbikting.?The public are i j formed that we are now prepared to ex? i ^ite job printing in all its varieties, froi cards, ball tickets, Ac., to (show bill I posters and book work, as well and a. low as at any other office in Washington and with equal dispatch. Give as a call. AeilfTS FOB THE STAB. The following persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmkb, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pbttlngill k Co., Nassau street. Boston?V. B. Palmbb, Soollay'R Soil ding. X3T AjDVBBTisuoirTa should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. ? ? ?' 0mm Messrs. Rbnno k Colvin, of Char lotte, N. C., are fully authorized to re ceive subscriptions to the Daily and Wttkly St:r, in the States of North and South Carolina. SPIHIT OF THE SoRSlfie PBXS8. The Union acknowledges the receipt ofa \etter from Havana, ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 April 1855

J. v ? M N(t STAR. Local Intelligenoo. Ciara<teristic?Mr J?dm Mahersends ^ ?be toHow.rg of?*r >ct?ru;.o and really in teresting communication: I long since "uggested to tbe Com misj inner 0f Public Buildings (then Mij r N ' icd) to give me one avenue a year, graded and carbrd. tnd one mite iu leng h, to <mprove iiorMcnl tarally What a ei j would you fcave bad, oad this sugge<t'on been Carried oat? Yoa ???uld n * have tweuty-one arenas, in the heart of the c ty. with the reservations a* well ,f tfae streets, all planted ana improved ; y es and jour Ci y liall too. inside and outside of the grounds. beautifully planted ; a fountain in the centre of each reservation. and a statue of each of the Presidents facing east. All reservations, according to my plan, should hare eighteen inches of a foundation in the siear. a granite coping of six inches, with a wr tight irun paling to prevent dust and other filth from accumulating as at present, and also dogs and hogs from rooting u...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 April 1855

INC STA THE EVE JUG HOUB IT SYVOII. Th* femM was over, the slaves gone, The dwarfs and dancing girls had nil retired; The Anh lore and poet's *n?g were done, And every sound of revelry expired ; Tha lady and her lover, left alone, The rosy flo.?d of twilight's sky admired ; Av* Maria 1 o'er the earth and tea, That heavenlieat hour of Heaven is worthiest th ! Ave Mana, bleaeed be the honr ! The time, the ciinia, the spot where I so oft Have f. It that moment in its fullest power Sink oVt the earth so beautiful and soft, While swung ih* deep bell in the dinant tower, Or the faint dying day hymn stole aloft, And not a breath crept through the rosy air, And yet the forest leave.- seem'd sttrr'd with pray r. Ave Maria, 'tis the hour of prayer! Ave Maria, Tis the hour o( love! Ave Maria, may our spirit* dars Look up to thine and to thy 8?>n's above I Ave Mana, oh that face so fair ! Those flowneast eyes beneath the Almighty do\e, What though tis but a pictured image strike That paintin...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 April 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At th* Star BuiltUng, corner Pennsylvania awnn* and Eleventh stmt, Bf W. D. 1TALLACTV, Will be ?rrv> d to ?nbecril era in the cities of Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and fMUMpfcia, ill SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the A/^nL*. To mail rohscrbers the auhaedption price i* THREE DOLLARS AND Flrt'V CENTS a year in a^mwJWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tnr THREE MONTHS. (K^Siroli conaa owi ?Birr. BH VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. ?., THURSDAY. APRIL 26. 1855. NO. 721. THE WEEKLY STAR. Thi? exeeQotf family and Wewn taining a greater ?arWy rt rntt i uetiaj can be f<mad m any l? puMubed Smjir copy, prr antinm ............... TO OUtl. ^i'c jy^pwi Mm 11iwiimmmii '-inur Ten Ho a CO d*i?.??.??????.??..m 07-Cakh. tw**ai*a?.T in Of?- Sinflr r*pj?^ (jn wrappers) mm b* pnwH a: the coMntrr, immadntHjr after tie Immm af Ute papr. Pnr??thkei ran-*. Foerwu-rrri who art as nf?u win be * C?wmni**inn r?f tw&...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 April 1855

evening stak. W A SHI NUTON (J I TV: THTJEIDAY AJT2SH00* April 26 rPiaix or xax mo&hihg pexu. Its Unimn speculates upon the prospects of the Eastern war, coming to the conclusion rot only that Russia 13 in the right and the Allies in the wrong, but that the latter are destined to be very badly whipped, Indeed. Lef re they get out of the affair. The Intellictnetr jokes unmercifully over the Ftntinel's l3to reacting of the Union, concemicg the latter'i allege 1 tergiversations With reference the Administration ? policy nnd we.l known features of Democratic party iaith. A LEIT^B FKOM UK. CHiS A. PECK Tne last number (received) of the New Or leans Picayune contains a long letter from this gentleman, detailing tho history of hi? late arrest and imprisonment by Concha's or der. Prom it we le3rn that he denies any cmplicky whatever with tho political pffrira ?i' Cuba; that from his arrival thero until his arrest ca the 4th of April he wao fulj?cted, without causa, to the survoillance o...

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. — 26 April 1855

EVENING STAR. > Local Intelligence. A n*N*ns .MK Pai:tino (iirr?We had the ploasure of witnessing on Tuesday evening at ihe Library Hall of the Columbia Fire Compa nr, i very beautiful andinterestingceremony, it consisted of the presentation to that exsellent and popular company. by their esteemed ben efactress. Mrs. 1". II l'>:ndleton, cf a series, (four in cumber) of very handsome er graving? elegantly framed, portraying exciting scenes in the' Lifecf a Fireman." The offering was intended ax a parting gift?the generou* donor bring about to bid adicn to the brght and endearing scenes of home to sojourn for a "ori^f season ia soma of the gay aa-1 interesting cap itals of the Old World, 1 he presentation w.*9 accompanied by a very beautiful and ploasirg impromptu address, in the course of which the amiable sneaker express I the warmest fsntiments ef friendship for the company, dwelling, iueloquentTertBs cf cottucerdali -n. upon its high character, and encouraging the members in...

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. — 26 April 1855

EVENING STAR LIZZIIC. bv tbila kail*. sweet Lizzie! I'm thinking new Of the winsome day* of yore, And my heirt grow* taint and sari, That they're gone forever more ; And I think I will ne'r again Indulge in a blissful dp-am, For our fondest hopes are wrecked, However ?o bright they seem. I'm thinkin?, Lizzie,dear, fondly of the ?acrvd pas?, And I -ioem to #??? thee annie As thou didft when I m?*t thee last; And Ui>? love light in thy eyes Beams bright on me no v as ihen, And 1 iaacy 1 hear thv voice? Oh, shall it be never agun ' Dear Lizzie, I'm aitiing alone, in silence, this <]u:et eve, And U>e pal-- and h?dy ?:an Seem to ch:de me that I grieve ; An;fthe mo.in,dnw:i bending low, On me shed-* a lundly beam, But I know 011 thy iravo it rest* With a pale and 41.very g!eam. Ant! the brow is damp and Cold That my hps ?? oft have prest; And the turf is growing green On thy still and tranquil br<-ast. I kn< w thou art dead?but yet M, fond ihouzM* turn 10 Ui.e, And memory e...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 April 1855

THE EVENING PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At UU Star Building, rorner F'nn?yUtmma ar*nm tt*d E'ewrik strctt, Br w. d. vr i l ii a c n i t<e anrv d k> snhecriters to the cities of Tfmli Isgtaw, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore tad P lisdeiphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pngxM^weeJOy to the Agents. To nail subscribers the M^MapuoB price toTHRE* DOLLARS AND Pt^TY CHWTS A yrmr In mimmm, TWO DOL LARS for rtlX MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAR tor TH ABE MONTH*. QQMtotou ?onu an wrr. AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE LRTTHS tlCB HRAR THE TRCTH. CaFTajr Bsrjamir.?Wherever known his te^:l mony will be conclusive. But lest those who do aot know the Captain ahooLI be sceptical, Dr. Daw arm 4t Bm., with other* of the beat known and most highly respectable ciuxuu 01 Ranon, endorse hi* wander! ul cure by HAMPTON'S VBQVTAfilJI TINOTUU. r'.ASTOR Oct. 4, W61 Mmma. Mortimer f Movbrcy : Gentlemen?I feel it my duur to >*u and thr put. ?e to certify to the effects of Hamptos's Veg- tab'* Tinctur...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 April 1855

EVENING ST A W A aUINQTON UIT If: TBIDAY ATTEKHOCW April. Messrs. Rikno k Colvin, of Ch*. -1 lotte. N. 0., are fully authorized to i\ oeive subscriptions to the Doily an ?1 Weekly St/.r, in the States of North ark! j South Carolina. VPTKIT OF THE MOtiSliro PRESS The Intelligencer oontains extracts from various journals, designed to show that the idea of making a war with Spain for the ehance of getting Cuba is unpopular int?;r J Thii work ib need leas. its^mach ?a the mac must be half dementea who continues to be lieve that any aaeh ration hw ever been en tertained by oar Got rr.ir.ent. We find in the same paper a long ar, 1 interesting oommuni caionfrom J. Moo-e, who has just returned from a two jenrs residence in Mexioo, whereiD the eta' e of pablie affair? there is explained, to ?hov that Santa Anna's Government is ma ligned. and the revolutionist* blown into an dae importance by those who are writing bogns accounts for Americans concerning their prospects The Umon moralises over...

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. — 27 April 1855

EVENING STA R. *" ? ? ? Local Intelligence. Tbb P pes est Anon or Plate.?At two' o'clock yesterday, the time fixed upon for the presentation of a memorial by the clerks of the General Land Offioe to Dr. Charlaa S Prailey on his retirement from tha office of Chief Clerk, the Commiaeioner of that bareau, Chief Clerk, and Clerka of the office mat at the room of the Cbief Clerk, when Col. Irvin, in a brief and feeling manner stated the objeet of the meeting, and introduced Col. H H Heath, who, with a chaste and appro priate address, presented to the Doetor a beau tiful silver pitcher, pair of goblets and salver, m a token of friendship and appreciation of hia moral and olerical worth. To which ad* drees the Doctor responded in appropriate COL BBATH'S ADDBESS. My Dear Sir: The severance of long sob aisting friendly relations between men, has never failed to produoe emotions of regret. Indeed, the oocasions are not unfrequent, in which ?orrow is added to regret at the change even of unple...

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. — 27 April 1855

'?iCVKNING ST A " i THX intrx Of POBTRAlTOiU it no* as mob*. Aa onee a Grecian mal leri wnn R-r garland mid the ^mwr bO??\ There itood a youtk, with eye* of love, To watch her while aha wreathed lh? Ana * > Th" >ouU> was skill d lo Painting art, Hat ne'er had studied woman1! brow; Nor ta iwn the color ng whic* the art tan aiied o'er naiare's charm*, till now. onoacs. Blwt ho love to whom we owa All that's fair and bright below. ih hand bad pictured many a roae, And sketcbe I the rays that light the brook ; Bel what were the e, or what were those, To woman1* ble<h>tn woman's look f Ob! if such magic powsr there be, This, Una, he cried, u nil my prayer. To paint that living Itgfc' I see, And fix tk? soul that sparkles there. Ilia prayer m ?oin as breathed waa heard j bu pallet, loa 'bad Ly Love, grew warm, And Painting -aw her lie** transferr'd From liteltw lowen to woman's form. Still, a* from tiat to tint he stole, The fair >?ign shone oat the more, And tkere ?as n...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 April 1855

TTTE EVENING gTAR PUBUSHED EVEICTT AFTERNOON, CEIOOTT SUNDAY.) AI (ItB Star eornte Pmntylvamia av*n "s mrtH Eleventh sirest, Br W. ?. WALLACE, IM ha ?arr**d to wbaerilera tn the clu?e of WmL iBgtrm. Georgetown, Alacandria, Baltimore ul FhBaddphla, at BIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, ^v/xMe weeldy to the Acnnra. To mail sahacrihej* fee Mtaerfption price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in mktmm, TWO DOL i-igj for SIX MONTHS, and ONH DOLLAR tat THBffl MONTHS. Qp-OMou ooiui on ffWniSfiTON 8T0VK thRlFACTi'SY, 1L & earner of Pa. oe. amd fJ?emiM ttrsM, Sola Agency for CHILSON, GOL'LD fc CO.?0 Warming and Ventilating Apparatus M TOND k CO.'3 (of Boston) Union Double-Oven Cooking finnge, J. L. MOTTO (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. OmManilyw hand, and M*'?int LATROBE ?TO YES. for heating two Btoriet-; Parlor and Cham her GRAtRS, EnnuiO ed and Japann*d Cooking, Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S ? OVBw; nam, TimmkI and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WARR Bloek Tin, Planwiiedaod .fa...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 April 1855

evening star. WASUINGTON 01TY: SiTUBOAY AFTEKHOOH April 28. XT" Adybetisbmknts should be handed in bv 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may cot appear until the next day. AGENTS FOR THE STAR The following persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adrcr tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmm, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Psttinoill 4 Co., Hassan street. Boston ?V. B. Pjllmbb, Scollay's Building. ZJ* Messrs. Rbnxo & Colvin, of Char lotte, N. C., are filly authorixed to re ceive subscriptions to the Daily and Weekly St r, in the States of North and South Carolina. frntiT of thr mo as we press The Union argues the Cuba question to day with abiiity, and more than usual moderation of expression, showing that the pretence that this Gjvemmcnt will be doing wrong in pro tectisg American commerce on the high seas fr-u Spanish police interferanoe to be alto ge'.ber wrcng. We alio find in the i/monan extract from a late anti-Krow Nothing s...

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. — 28 April 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Will* the Convict?Important (Iacka* Corpus Case ?It ia within the reeollcotia'j of oar citissne that a mu named Wllliat i Wells, a marine in the service of t'je United States, waa tried daring the Deor.mber term of the criminal court, several years ago, and eon vie ted on the charge of murdering a la-J aimed Mandell?by ?booing him, not far fro lc the Nary Yard bridge--and sentenced to he hanted on the 23d of April 1852. The gallows war erected, and eoffin and ahroud prepared, and a large crowd collected between the ho^n or nine and twelve o'clock, m.. on the da y designated, to witnees the exe cation. Bo* there was a diaappointiaent in this particular, for President Fillmore com mated uii sentence to imprisonment in th? District of Colombia penitentiary for the tens of hi> natural life. Welie, through his counsel, Chas. L Jones, Esq.. recently filed the following petition in the Circuit Court: " To thn 11 a nor able Judges of tkt Circuit Court of...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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