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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR There*! no dearth of kindness In tbia world of ours; Only in our blindness W> *ather thorns for flowers! Outward we are spurning? Trampling one another, While we ?re inly yearning At the name of "Brother:" There's no dearth cf kindness Or lore among mankind, But in darkling loneueM Hooded hearts grow blind! Fall of kindness tingling, Boa) is shut from soul, When they might be mingling f n one kindred whote t There's no dearth of kindnnsa; Tho' it unspoken, From the h?>ort u bmldeth Rainbow smiles in token Th?.t there be now? so lowly Bat bava some angel-touch; Yet, nursing loves unholy, We lire lor self too much I As the wild rose Mow?th, Aa runs the happy river, Kindness freely floweih In the bean for ever. But if men will hanker Ever for golden dust, Kindliest hearts will canker, Brightest splTtts rnst. Thk Rise of Newspapers.?The Boston Post furnishes some interesting facts in regard to the rise and early progress of newspapers. In the days of James I. in...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 April 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTKBNOON, tglCHTC^SUXDAT,) Shr Office, on D itreet, near \2Ui, neariy Off* rUt (Ac Irwin* Hotel, Bt WALLACHfcHOPH. To aubscribersintta. cities of YV ash mftou, George - iwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $1 IB per annum, payable?.SIX CENTS?week ty td tiie Agnats. To mail subfrcrifwre the irab -evption i?rice is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a yeai in a.1?ou:e, TWO DOLLARS for .-IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE $f')NTHS. ?inum corns o*? cist. FBOM THE HOUSE OF WM H. McDONALD, 102 ftawaa Street, (comer of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. THE tab-<rribT3 having dnvote! tiieir pwoml attention f?r many years to ths manufacture \>f UILLIA B TABLES, are fully competent t? ese <-u"iW.->rk that will give entire satisfaction to the most ?a-ti'iioij'i Conno-sieur IMc2 the most exten sive manufacturers i^> the Union. th-*y are enabled t? <t superior t?bi? ?t 10 per c-mt. less thin any oth-*r establishment in the country, to which fact ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. ~WA8BINQT0N PITY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL !T7"ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EX ECUTED AT THE EVENING STAR OFFICE. d/" See fourth page for interesting New 1 ork and Boston correspondence. SPIBIT OF THE MOKHUfG FBESS. The Intelligencer eschews editorial to day, presenting its readers instead, with Mr. CuIIom's speech against Nebraska. The Union insists that the anti-Ne braska excitement at the North, is dying out, and claims that the principle of popular sovereignty is at the bottom of Douglas's bill. The Union further holds that Mr. Commissioner Bartlett, of the Mexican boundary survey, contributed nothing in the way of scientific data to the Government's store of such knowl edge, and filched much, which should have been so contributed by other mem bers of the survey, to enrich his private book speculation, which has just seen the light. The Union, for the first time, seems to r ealize that44 Our Mrs. Parting ton" is an anti-Administration ma...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. tUCiL I.ITELLIOmcg. Tub &1CJC1LS.?Hoard of Aldtrnieu.?At the meeting of the above Hoard, last night, various bills that had passed the Board of Caramon Coancil on the previous Monday ni^ht wore a'led up^n The following, in addition to those for local improvement#, were the prin cipal: r Act making an appropriation of $2?j for trimming and gravelling C street north, be tween yth and loth streets west. out of the fundi of the Thi-d Ward?the work to be done under the direction of the Commissioner of the Tbird and Fourth Yi ards, and two assistant Commissioner? to be appointed by the Mayor. Passed. Act for remitting the fine of Willson & Hay ward. for selling liquors without a license.? Referred to Committee on Claims. Joint resolution, for printing in a convenient pamphlet form. 20u espied of the rules of order, with such amendments as may be legally ap proved of, for the use of the two Boards. Passed. Remission of fine on B F. Stewart, for keep ing a hiilia...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. Dei-f.rkkp Corkespoxdence.?In con sequence of the demand upon our columns yesterday by our advertising patrons, the following letters from our correspondents were unavoidably deferred: BOSTON CORRESPONDENCE. Bostoh, April 22, 1854. Fall m flour?Spernlators and Spernlatious ? The 19th Anniversary of the Battle of Lexington. The flour speculators im this city, many of whom have amassed handsome fortunes since the last harvest, crowed lustily a few days ago over a temporary advance in the price of breadstuffs in the English markets, caused by the Queen's declaration of war with Russia. This temporary rise was to have been expect ed. So was the news of a subsequent decline of some two shillings per barrel in flour, four to six cents per bushel in wheat, aud twelve cents in corn, brought by the Asia at New York, on Wednesday. The fact is, that even a general European war cannot keep brand stuffs up to the present high mark, for several reasons. One is, that the presen...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 April 1854

THE EVENING- STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (kcot^suictat,) Jt Uu Stsr Office, on D ftreri, near 12tA, netnly 9pf+ tile Uu Irving Hotel, Bt WALLACH 4. HOPS. To subscribers in the cities of YVashinfton,George town, Alezaadna, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $( 19 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Agents. To mail subttcrih^ra the sub scrip lion price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sinci.i corns ott cext. IE! M UllSp. FROM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Huua Street, (corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. 11HE fftibacribsrs having devotel their personal attention for many years to th- manufacture of BILLIARD TABLES, are fully competent to <rce cut* work that will give entir' satisfaction to the m jst *a.-ti<ll"Tu Counoasieur. Being the most exten kivrf man-iiaotuiwi ia the Union. they are enabled to furnish a superi.w table at 10 per wnt less than any othsr establishment in the country, to ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 April 1854

WASHINGTON OITY: WE0XE8PAT AfTEaWUOS, APRIL 26 [I^ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EX EC I TED ^T THE EVENING STAR OFFICE. SPIRIT OF THZ MOBJTIH0 FRESf. ? The Intelligencer doubts the correctness of the sentiments attributed yesterday to Mr. Fillmore by the Union, being 'dis posed to wait for what it considers to be better authority for the ex-President's meaning, than the interpretation of the official organ. The Union compares Colonel Benton's fonn-r political position with that he now oc.up-.e8, and tests his doctrines of yes by. his doctrines as found in his speeches when, bung emphatically in the " safe line of precedence" for a national Democration nomination, it was his chosen task to "*jrain any nominal Dujiocratic-party man who "bodged'" ? peg from the creed, discipline, or views admitted to be those of " the Party." We TeaMy can discover little in the Colonel's " let down" of yesterday worthy of a par agraph from the pen of the Union editor. His jokes, wh...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. LOCAL 131TB Li lag MCE. Th? Fiwe Arts.?We stepped into Mr. Core .ran s picture galiery the other day. and were mu.-h delighted with the visit ire paid to tt^ rhe gallery is of a varied colleetior, ?bowing that much taste has been exhibiteu iu the selection \>[ the picture!, and is hos pitably opeQ to aU who chOose to present taemselvts. A splendid piece of sculpture, the Greek Slave, presents itself to the visitor's notice as he enters the gallery, from the con spicuous petition in which it is placed, and more particularj from being the only piece of statuary in the room. Where all are good, it would be impossible within our limited space, to particularise. There are favorable .peeimens of nearly all the schools, not ex cepting the masters of onrown country, who do not suffer by having their works beside those or the ch'ef painters of other countries. ThecoIIec: ion consists of more than a hundred ctuf d *urre?; but it detracts from the pleas are of the visito...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. HOME Here is o?e of Montgomery's delightful cre ations?a ftt subject for reflection in this age of all ties Read it ye who seek in vain abroad for those unalloyed pleasures which are found alone amid the genial influences of the home circle: There n a spot of earth supremely blest, A (Mm, sw< et?r, thaa all the rest; Where man, creation'* tyrant, carts aside His sword and sceptre, pageantry and pride, While in hi* *oftened look benignly bl*-nd The sire, the ?on, the husband, father, triend, Here woman reigns, the mother, daughter, wife, Strews with fresh flowers the narrow way of life ; In the clear heaven of her deiigbfu! eye, And aoiel guard of loves and graces life ; Around her knees domestic dutie* meet. And firf-id.- pleasures gambol at her feet. Where ?haJI that land, that spot of earth be found? Art thou a n?an ? a patriot ? look around : Oh thon shalt find, how^r thy footsteps roam. That land thy country, and that spot thy home. , " " ' [roxxtrKiCATBD....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 April 1854

THE EVENING- STAR JS PUBLIaUED EVERY AFTERNOON, (ETCSPT^SCNTUT,) J Hit StTr OJlce, cn D street, near 12th, nearly oppo ntt the Irving Hotel, Br WALLACII 4. HOPE. To sobscrbtrs la the citios of Washinfton,George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?-! i2 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Agents. To mail snbtcribr.rs the sub prnptionprice is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CFTNTS a year in adtsnce, TWO DOLLARS for SIX "VTOVrns, and ONE DOLLAR for TUREE M 1 'TH3. Sirsls conn oks csirr. FB0^InIHE H0U5E 0F Win. H. McDONALD, 102 Haatan Strset, corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. ~ 1 .^5"rtr< h"?ag 1 ?e? their personal rfBIL'iT<UTai^%V J<??toth- manufacture r v.|* rAyLES, ar* fally enmpetpnt to ox* np't'i't I' I*'1' ***?" eEti,v ratl,,*c?on to thf ?T _ 'V UJ?)nf-f'-ur. ?"in? the m<wt eaten ;'V m*n'?kcur?rs H thc Ual?a. th-y nre enabled to tarnish a gar?riir wble a; 10 per cent. )c-? thm anypother e<tablishment in >he'country, to wh\'c" V10^ P^tfuliy invite the ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 April 1854

ft DAILY EVJSNLNG STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THURSDAY AFTBKJI' >ON, APRIL 87. . . ^ ?7"ALL KINDS OP JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EX ECUTED AT THE EVENING STAR OFFICE. spirit of thx morning puss The InteUieencer contains an extract from Lient. Walker's able feport to the Secretary of the Nary upon th? applica tion of screw propellers to ships of war, with the formal report of the late inter esting colonisation meeting in Washing ton to secure the establishment of a steam line of communication between the United States and Africa. The Union rejoins to the Intelligencer's defence of Mr. Fillmore against the soft impeachment of a too great proclivity for Cuba, quoting various Southern Whig journals to make good its original alle gation. The Union further makes a point ?gainst Colonel Benton, by instancing his "boasted achievement in the way of an nexing non-slaveholding territory (of the Kansas country) to Missouri, as proof that, after all, his declaration of undying and never-...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 April 1854

LOCAL n ENING STitR. Lecttm.?Y eete:d&y 1G E N rB. Young America," waa deVg a lecture ou Sdoon. by the Rev. W. H MiVl at Carusi'a to the House of Representatives/V Chaplain I r;derable audience, tut not ex^na a com large, the h.?ll not being over crow^ipai even filled: wc should, on a rough calciS. say that abcu' two-thirds of the benches filied. The lecturer made a very brilliant! course, full of striking aphorisms on men sn4 manner*, lie was rather severe upon the monarchical and aristocratic maxims of gov ernment and boldly advocated a revision of international law. He dwelt eloquently upon the effects produced on the wcrld in general, by the enthusiasm of one single great man. The merits of "Young America,7' on the seore of republicanism and democracy, and of irs destiny to be the future antagonist of, and to dictate terms to the old regime, were forci bly shown, lie remarked that home politics was not a field sufficient f?r the great energy and mind of "Y'oung America'' It ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. BOIIO* CORRESPONDENCE. Bosto.v, April 26,1854. C heap Trartl to th* South?Foreign Immi 1 hi K*tnrirn*l~RappfMg Army''* lrtwmpk over the avti-Neiratisu CUrgy ?m**?Governms>u Appointment*?Mas*a ehus<tt* Polities?A New Coalition, Ife.j < oupon tickets, good for four days, from ashington to this city, are now Rrtd at the low rate of $li.25, via the Norwich and Worcester route. The dis tance is about 415 miles, which may be passed over at an expense of a little more than two and a half cents per mile. A similar liberal arrangement, if carried out on the great line of railroads from ??ashington to the Southern cities, would not only increase railroad and hotel re ceipts, but have an excellent effect in killing out sectional feelings and preju dices by increasing the communication between the people of the North and South. The establishment of steamship lines between New York and the South ern ports has done more to cripple North ern abolitionism in the last th...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 April 1854

THE EVENING STAR tS PUBLISHED EVEKY AFTERNOOH, fEXCW^StnTOAT,) j: \4 S! it > on V ttr-a, near 19fA, fisneiy iffo ??'? lie Irxuig Hotel, Bt WALL ACH 81 HOPE. To *ubecr:i*?r?in UK-cities of Wajhuiston,Geoni? ,o*n? Alexandra, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?:i 12 ixt annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week S, to the Aijcau. To mail satoribers the sub pcr.ptwn price i? TIIREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY t EVTS a year in atranct, FWO DOLLARS for fix MmNTHS, and ONE HOLLAR for THREF. JIDXTH3. Simol* r>o?tca o*?? cswt. Iff YORK UTBTBIHIR. FBOM THE HOUSE OF WM H McDONALD, 102 Nassau Straet, (corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. 'J^ilE rubscrib-rs hv ing i^ro'ei their personal 1 att?ntroa for many years to th-? ffi.ir, ut? ivjr>? oi BILLIA 'D TA8LB3, an fjlly aompetent to ? ute wors thatw'ii give antire *sti--fiip-.ion to the ny-'t ast-di >n? '? Kt-inj the m?st ertea siT-i man ttarturv"?"" t-ie Union. th>*y aru rnaMed to furnish a supe-hr tabke at 10 p -r c nt. ieea th <n any cih r establishment in...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 April 1854

DAIXY EVENING STAR. _ ??? ? m ? i i M ? ? mm?t ? ? i ? i ? W A ""MfNGTON TITV: FRl!) \ V ???!?, APKIL ? T7-AI L KINDS OF JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EX ECUTED AT THE EVENING STAR OFFICE. ? _ ? ' TO THOSE WHO ADVERTISE. It is not necessary to say to the patrons of the Evening Star in this region that its circulation far exceeds that of all other daily papers published in the District of Columbia, for it is a self-evident prepo sition, admitted by all here; but to per ? >ns at a distance, who desire to make themselves and business known to the residents of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, we would say that what we remark in relation to the extent of our circulation here is an incontroverti ble fact. Every persoa who advertises and wishes to reach the greatest number of all classts of our citizens, should avail themselves of the use of the columns of the -Evening Star. ePIRIT OF THE MORSIHG PRESS. The Intelligencer seems to have been waked up by tne pricking of the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. | Ltf C A I. IXTKlLlftgNClT Association for tub Advancement or Science.?Yesterday at the morning meeting, Alter we kft the liall of the Smtth-onian In* j stitution, as noticed in the "Star." an atiima t<nl di<cu?sion took place as to the propriety of accepting invitations, on the ground that the object of the meetings of the Scientific Asso ciation was to advance science, and not to make excursions unconnected with that object. On the question being put to the meeting, as to accepting the invitation, it was carried in the affirmative, and Saturday appointed for that purpose, to leave the eiiy at y A. M . and re turn in the afternoon. A committee were likewise appointed to draw up a prog'amme of observations of the approaching eclipse, of May 26tb. A recommendation that the afternoon ses sion should be dispersed with, was agreed to. Last evening, the annual address to the As sociation was delivered by Professor Benjamin Pierce, of Cambridge. Mi<3*. The As...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. {fob the ?t?*. OLB MEMORIES "by i?!iouVi iket con;e?old iiienioriet. Tnu? throniinc round my heart, And in^r the present. quiet hour, " 1U1 w!;at wiil not depart. 1 colne nient influence. J hey come with magic power, w"^ 'hem the hopes lone past. v\ nich gladdened many an hour. And with them conce the friends of old. The gentle, and the true ; ?Y ho fadwd "neath the sun's bright rav*. As fades the morning d?w. Yet, with the soothing thought ot the;*. Come feelings, pure and hieh. '' ,rt*ad l'"" path they trod. W en I meet them in the sky. Aiui memory?* true and faitliful page, Bears oilier records sad. Of tbo*r who were once trne ro us, ?* here all seemed bright and plad. We find, alas I that fickle change Will make fond hearts grow eoid; We think of, but as granger- now, Thace wh" were friend* of old. Tiie widened thoughts with which we mourn. For friends once fond and trae; Recalls us from the creature's love, T? the creator's due. Then chide not thou, old memo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 April 1854

\ THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (.RXCIPVSUKDAT,) ? 'if S:?T r.Jlff, on D street, near 12fA, nearly Ofrpo He the frt?< Hotel, BT WALLACH h. HOPE. To Mbaentersin the cities of Washington, George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a f.'. It per anrrnm, payable?SIX CENTS?week iy to the A*ents. To mail subscribers the srab *-np'>n price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a yrar in advance, TWO DOLLARS for pIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. SiNHLg corns osa cixt. m YORK MVERTISEMESTS. rBOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Nassau Street, (corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. ' j^HE subscribers hiving devote I their per?onal 1 atteation for many years t3 the manufacture of BILLIARD TABLBS. are fully competent to exe cute work that wiii sire entire sati-faction to the ?Mt *ast:di< an Conno-sieur Being the most ?xten give manufacturers ii the Union, they urn enabled to furnish a superior table at 10 per cent, less than any ether establishment in the c...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WA8UINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 29 HOW TO GST THE STAR REGULARLY. Leave your name and place of residence fct the office, or with the regular agent. In this way yoa will avoid disappoint ment at all seasons. The cost is only SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS PER WEEK. THE WEEKLY STAR. All who like to see a capital paper, are invited to examine the Weekly Star for to-day. It is decidedly the best number of any paper ever published in this sec tion of the country. Its items are fresh, piquant and truthful; its news late, com prehensive and varied; its tales moral, instructive and entertaining. The amount and variety of reading matter in this jour nal is not surpassed by any paper pub lished at the same price in the country. The H'eckly Slur is published at the low price of one doli^r and twenty fiv* c*nts a year in advance. SPIRIT OF THE XORHDIG PRESS. The Intelligencer contains an historical synopsis concerning the adoption of the Missouri Compromise, designed, we...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 April 1854

daily evening stab LOCAL I MTKTlTsbNCE. Spikittalism vs Dr. Butter.?Last eve ^the Spiritualists held a meeting at the Temperance llall, ,n E 8,reet to rJSew Dr Butlers late^ sermon on Upiritualism, which tiey appear to have taken in great dudgeon Ex-Senator Tallmadge presided, and the ceeding? commenced with a sieech from m! Cunningham, who apologited for the n? -del bwy of tbo addreii that had been promised renewing Dr. Butler s sermon, on account of the inclemency of the weather whiZh I J doubtless detained many from attendan^ ^ p?.ally those of Dr. Butler, ChurJT for whose benefit it was more especially intended ai it was not to be expected that his congre gation would come out in wet weather to hear such rrMtsk.^ The latter expression wj repeated ironically. It wouldi therefore b^ delivered at some future time. The speaker then commented upon the high sanction that spiritualism had obtained from such men a* tne chairman of the meeting. (ex-Senator Tal ? 2T tJ a rank only to that...

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