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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. XrormrcTD mo* fibst r*o? ] t>< and to shrink from the man whose v 11v ahe was to become. Britton, mean vliile, his lips compressed with an ex pression of determination of triumph, 1< <>ked intently at the magistrate. The latter ?w fit to introduce the ceremony "by a few occasional remarks. Britton manifested his impatience: but the mag istrate was resolved to have his own way, ?very fortunately: for before he had fin jvhvd, two vehicles rolled up to the door, and Mr. Wortley made his appearance. Britton frowned at the interruption; he dreaded another lecture on wedlock. Su san turned very pale. Haggard, trembling with excitement, Mr. Wortley advanced towards the mag istrate. ?* Have you married them ?" he asked in a husky voice. if If you had come two minutes later, I should "have answered yes," replied the magistrate. " Then 1 have arrived in time," mur mured the clergyman. 44 You will allow me* sir, t# take youf place." Squire Hitchcock bowed, an...

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. — 18 May 1854

WASHINGTON. D. C., THURSDAY, MAY 18. 1854. NO. 433. ? ? - - n * Yi 1 ft X T7IE EVUNTOG STAR IS FILLLSZZD EVERY AFIERNOCH, 'RXCKTT SUNDAY,) Al;J- CJI:e, on D rtreet, ntnr If A, nearim 077-0 ?tfe IV Jrvin* HotUf B 1 W A L L A CII * IIO P B. TV ?nV>c:ib?sir thec;t>* of Washington,Georg? AVsaadria, llAJ^more and Philadelphia, a I ? \i i-t anr.aaa, payable?SIX CENTS?week to <i:e Age?u. To nnil sul!.-,;.iibore the sab s rwti >1 prK is TIIKilH L-GLLARS AND FIFTY CLXrS 1 "enr in mhancet TWO UOLLABS fhx tiX V 'NTilS, an.I ONE DOLLAR for THREE JTJFTilS. ror;*s 0*1 cist. m vm iinrrawi fiiifl lull& IBOX ras HOUSE OF WE H. KcDOHALD, 102 N".asau Street, (corner of Ana.) IRON BAILING WORKS. IR*'N ' \5l -NG, .'vry Tari-t/, of Wr.iu^ht *jjd ?Cis* l*?"1, a7tfl the ce brsted Wire K-iiiiog. Wieirrxkvm's Paten'ed Wire Fence, lor Prairies, Railroad*, farm. Lawns, Garden*, kc~> tl i?-r ro-1. IK >N B- USTP YD-?1 RON FURNITURE. Th* s n>a>l edition of "New I'h i^e ot the Iron M &l...

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. — 18 May 1854

?ljl . . ? j ...j.. 11 ?egggggai MLLY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY' 1* riT The " Nur'* Offer la 1? 9 mc?i4 dmmr wm< fr9m[****' I ?ear the jaaciin mf l2tM *u 1,1 Pcuijlvaiia Arrmmr, ??*Hy *VP*- i ?it* (? the " Kirhw?*<l lhte ? Irriif M?H." I job PRXNTnra. - TV fHyiMw* ofth> ??EVWHR? WAK* bin, at eoarktorabte iqaw, connected with their eaUb ? ?hiD?ct ? n?tt and eoimpl?t? Job Printing Office, *MA will ?o?bl? them to print, en tb? lewert trrni*, Jii the W*t rty 1??, and the moat eapeditioua nanaer LABELS, BILL HEADS, CARDS, BLANKS, HANDBILLS, POSTERS, CIRCULARS. PAMPHLETS. A(|| ACi, Ac, Tfc* new iuaU-mla u?*i at th? Star Job Printing qpc wi: I enabte u1 t? do Printiag in a TO prior pa?ir. The patrtiB?Mc?* of the pubiw is rmpectfallj *? Ur.tnL ma; 5. SPIRIT OF THE MORinHO PRE83 The Intelligence defends the course of the minority on the Nebraska bill, con tending that the House rules being made for the defense of the minority, they are justifiable in usin...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. IUCAt UTELUSESCE. Tar Storm or Yesterday-?Yesterlar af ternoon our city wa? vi-ited by a rain storm. -nied with lightning of do ordinary character. The rain fell in torrents in !ar -e drip1. '?at'cring upon the roofs Hko hail, anl the gusts of wind that blew at the same time ?ere complete hurricanes. It was accom panied with lightning of a dangerous nature, and ?rh a darkness ovep'preal the he ven? ? hat it was found necessary in mmy plae-s io light up tho g 13. This was done in the Cajd tol. where the storm raged with much violence, and wim particula-ly folt on the liouse side, wb ch was most exposed to the fury ot the elements. Here the effect was so great that even the violence of debate was hushed by the impressive eloquence of nature; whi'st on the .Hiier side or the Capitol (the Sena'e) the r-/mg of the s'orm was not so severely felt, vo account of its more protected position. Insect life seemed to hare been evoked bv ?ha ?t?>rx for after it was over, ma...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 May 1854

DATIY EVENING STAB. .SEAR THE BANKS OF THAT LONE RIVEB BY ABoROC P. WORJtlt. Near the bauka of that lone river, Where the water Jihe* grvw. Breathed the fairest flower that ever Bloomed and faded year- ago. Hew we met and loved and parted. None on earth ran never know? Nor how pure nnd *rntle-hearted Beamed the mourned one years l|*< Like the stream with lilies laden, Will ltfe*? furore current flow. Till in heave* I meet the maiden Fondly cherished years ago. Hearts that love like mine forc*t not; They're the wune in weal or woe: A nd that star ot memory set not In the grave of year* aeo. BALTIMORE CORRESPONDENCE. Balti*ob*, May 17?M r. x. A most melancholy and distressing ac cident occurred here this afternoon, which hte deprived two valuable End higrhlv ?6teenicd citizens of their lives. A heavy thunder storm came up about 4 o rlock in the afternoon, accompanied with strong wind. Durir.g its prevalence. Mr. Wil son L. Lloyd, of the firm of McElderry & Lloyd, and Henry Atki...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 May 1854

VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, MAY 19. 1854. \ NO. 434. - ? i i i wi I, THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUKDAT,) M ike Star Office, <m D ttrtei, near 12th, nearly Ofyo ate the fmng Hotel, Bt WALLACH Si HOP1. To subscribers in the cities of Washington, George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadel phia, a 93 12 per annum, payable?SIX UENT8?week iy to the Ageau. To mail subscribers the sub scription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. SiKALi co?ik> osa cxst. liiiOlipr FBOX THE HOUSE OF WM. H McDONALD, 102 Nassau Street, (comer of Ann.) IRON RAILING WORKS. IRON RAILING, every variety, of Wrought and Cet* Iron, and the celebrated Wire Railing. WickrrshanCs Patented IFire JF*nce. For Prairie?, Railroads Firms Lawn?, Garden?, 4c., $2 per roi. IKON BKDSTKADS?IRON FURNITURE. The second edition of "New Phve ot the Iron Msnuftciur?," containing d^sisnis explanations and pric...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 May 1854

DATLY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY FRIDAY AFTERNOON MAY 19. VrW The " filar" Oflcr ia IvraMI M B Street, lecoad deer wnl frmmm 19th, Bear the ja act Jem ef 13th Street PeMRyWaaia Arrnae, aearly ?FF#* ?ite te the " Kirk weed He ** Irriag Hetel." JOB FRUffTUfO. The proprietois of the "EVBBINO 8TAK" hara, lit coHMJermbie ?ipnu?, connected with their ertab Ifalusett ? mt and WBpl?t? Job Printing Office, Yhfeb will ecablf th<*m to print, on the lowect terms, hi tb?* bert rtyle, and the moft expe-Mtioaa Banner LABELS. BILL HEADS, CARDS. BLANKS, HANDBILLS. POSTERS, CIRCULARS, PAMPHLETS, Ac.) 4fcc.? A(i Tbe n?-w on trials used at the Slav Job Printing Oftc will vrable as to do Printing in a superior feaaur. The patronage of tha public is respectfully so jHted. may 5. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer, on the ground that cur esteemed friend " Ion," of the Balti more Sun, says that the Senate Commit tee on Foreign Relations will not report the Slidell resolutions, conceives t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Bat loom AacEBaios.?Notwithstanding the unpromising appearanr-e of the father yw terd*y. Mr. hlliott, the enterprising srron'aut, kept his word, in order that r.o disappointment migot l>e telt. and succeeded in making an arm voyage, the direetion taken being to wards Aifbapoiis. it was about rt p m . *htn b,a!l<?n aacenaioD, and a large crowd eolleefwi ty witness the spectacle. Not withstanding the unfavorable appearance of the weat.i?r. it was in reality not so for a bal loon as.eoaion, the atmosphere being quite calm aud therefore in reality a better dry could not have been selected. This, however. M 11 tifimsUncfl with which pvery one was acquainted, and consequently many who Would have been present to witness the spec acle kept away, little expecting that the af I-Air *ould cutlie off, although already an Jiouneed. It was. however, in reality a better uay i?r an ascensinn th in the day on which the first attempt was made the calmness...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. SONG 07 THE MOONBEAM ?? RATI 8 D? rORf STE. I've sparkled on the fairest flower That ere in Eden bloomed ; j Ave stolen through the dewy bower Ere buds to blight were doomed ; I've retted on the mowy brow Of Eye, while calm she lay in nreet repoee, on nature** down, And dreamed the hours away. I've quivered on the mirrored lake That slept in Judab'a vale, And lent a mid and myatie charm To many an earnest tale. I've mingled in the scene* where Ruth In girlish glee display. And gave a magic power to truth, That won her heart away. I *ve shone on minartu and spires That gleamed 'mid Zion'a tree*, And glittered on the gildad lyres That trembled to the breeze. I 've played among the rippled waves That sang on Kedron's breast, Aud smiled upon the grass-grown grave* Where Juadh's daughters rest. I've hghled up Castihan founts, That plsred among the flowers ; I've gemiii d the buds that clustered thick In sweet Arabian bowers. I're wandered o'er Italian plains. Where Ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 May 1854

VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1854. NO. 435. THE EVENING STAR IS riLLISHED EVERY AFTERN003, (except scndat,) Jt U St-tr Oflce, on D strict, ntar lttA, nearly oyy> *it* tk* /rrinf Hot*L, Bt WALLACR fc HOPE ? To rebacribersmth* cities of Washington, Georje town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?3 13 pet an mi in, payable?SIX CENTS?week lv to the A*??is. To mail subscribers the sub ?cnptkm price is THREE DOLLARS AMD FIFTY i F.NTS a yea/ in vtieui, TWO DOLLARS flw MX MOXTIIS, and ON8 DOLLAR for THREE M NTH?. S;*a!.i conn o? rttr. IllTMIMRMTS. FED* THE HOUSE OP WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Nassau Street, (corner of Ann.) IRON RAILING WORKS. , IRON KAILiNt). every variety, of brought and | t Cmr? iron, nd the celebrated Wire Railing. Wirker sham's Faten '*d IVira Fcnee. K->r Pr*?ne*. K?i!r<>ads, tsrms Lawn?, wardens $2 p*r rod. | . IKON BKDSTEAD??TRON FURNITURE. The ???rend edition of "New Phi?e ot tlie Iron M.nifvtnre," containing d^arns, explanation? and p...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 May 1854

OAlLY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OTTY : SATURDAY AFTERNOON ."MAY -20. HARD TO BEAT The Weekly Star of to-day, as a news paper, is ne plus ultra. To a Waahingto nian at a distance, this journal will pro re invaluable. It contains a weekly history of every thing of a local or govern mental nature that transpires at Wash ington. Tales, poetry, late news items, Ac., are found in its columns. The price is only one dollar and a quarter a year in advance. SPIRIT 07 THE MORNING PBBM. The Inlelltgencer continues to discuss the course of the minority on the Ne braska bill, claiming that they have not, so far transcended the rules of propriety in their resistance. The editor, in announc ing the time which has been devoted to the consideration of the bill, oddly enough forgets to mention that before it was formally taken up in committee, eighty odd hour speeches were delivered upon it ?more, by long odds, than were ever before delivered upon a great question at a single session. The Union is seve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ^RIAt VoTt?* A!fn Ascent ?rlH ? ?ronaut, who left this nethei world on an a rial expedition, on ThurJaJ afternoon at 6 ? clock, from this city, returnee to ?srra firm* at 2j minutes to 7, makint ? on f*i*> of Robert Bowie. Esq cZZL'fH mT ext?D8i/? fanner, in Princ< vTTElK^T^' *;<* the to.tate o: r..t til 1 ? t * de,,ghtful clover-field, with out the lea-t injury or inconvenience to him *elf or balloon. The space traveled over inu-1 have bM? somewhere about fourteen miles ?* UM.0-8 the d,,t?nc* from Washington t. jlr miliary s estate?the route taken being id the direction of Annapolis, aa mentioned in our account of the ascension of the balloon. The height attained was 15,000 feet, or about 2, mile- and Mr. Elliot give? a glowing de scription of the scenery below him, when look ing down from his elevated eyrie. He says : When rear Bladensburg. a thin gauze veil ap peared t? obscure a part of our city, it? south ern extreuii.y resting o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 20 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. ras trui esd or beiho "son* ?r c# LivrrH to himbbi-f " Not to myself I live,? The wlii*pennf sunbeam seems to ny, As from the gladdening foam of day It ?wiftly wints its cheerful way; Thia la my Being's creat design? No ?r HHh wills that light confine, But oa the starry world I shine. Not to ourselves we live? The starry boats in concert sing; When shadowy eve begins to spring. To others then we freely bring The light that we receive. And blinding then the cheerful ray, Wi come at silent close of day, To watch the hoar* of night away. Not to ottrselves we live? The blooming flowers bring sweet reply, To bless the earth like stars mor? nigh, Than those that cheer the distant akjr, Our life of bloom we give. To others' ears, at others' feet. We breathe to shed our fragrance sweet. That smiles of heaven and earth may meet. BALTDEOM COBBXSPOWDXHO! Balti*ob?. May 18?19 r. m Qmte a serious accident was likely to have happened to-day, by which the lives of some nine hun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 May 1854

; ?:>, f< oi. r VOL- HI. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, MAY 22, 1854. NO. ;436. THE EVENING* STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KCIPT SUNDAY,) J: < ?* Stmr Offict, en D street, near 19**, nearly opr* titt the Irvine Hotel, Bl WALLACR Si ROPE. To ?ubacrib?Tsm the cities -A Washington,George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a g ) 12 per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the Agrsts. To mail subscribers the sub script i>n prir j Is TTIREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a r.'ar in ruivanrc, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and DOLLAR for THREE HON rns. SlM?LB COF.SS OSC C?HT. SEW YUM WUEITS. FROM THE HOUSE OF WV H. McDONALD, 102 Nataau Street, (corner of Ann.) IRON RAILING WORKS. IRON KAILIN'S, w?ry variety, of Wrought and Cas' iron, and the celebrab-d Wire Railing. Wickerahanis I'atcutcd Wire I'euce. For Prairies, Railroads, Farm3. Lawns, Garden", Ac., p?r rod IKON BKDSTEAD3?IRON FURNITURE. The -"mnJ edition of "New Phve of the Iron M in if^i.ture," onntainicg diaiens, expla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 May 1854

WASHINGTON CITY: *ONDAV APTKRNfhON MA V 93 BT The " guir" Oflcf !? |m?m m ? *lrew> writ frmm 13th, Mar th? Jawtita mi 19th Mrwt imI PeuiTlraaia ??*??*, amri; ???? ?? the ** KirkwMtl Hmm." latt ?? !??.. n .. JOB PRlHTlHa. Tl>? proprtrtoii of Um> "XVKNIHO 8TAV bar#, ?twwliwbi. ?xym. MmsrtWvlftiMr wluenrt a Mat aad nafM* Job Printing Office. WW, eMbl. te prin ^ LARTT rte,"dtbem0#t ?ni*r ^?ELS' BILL HEADS, ' CARDS, BLANKS, HANDBILLS, POSTERS, CIRCULARS, pamphlets, *??? Ac., *e, Tb? 9~w m?trrial? tuw) at the <Sor Jb6 Printing Offict wfll ooabJ* ?u to do Printfag in a superior Tbe patrcma*v of tivj public Lj r**p^tfol]T w Jiettfd. 71 t*aj 5. SPIRIT OF THE MORKIVe PRRgg The Intelligencer culls for a compromise upon the Nebraska question, and is fear fully exercised ovcr lbe 9piri, of differeoce the Nebrisk. controversy is generating. That a compromise should be called for at this time is a funny idea, there being a clear majority of from twenty to thirty readj to rote for the W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 May 1854

Rktirw ?To-day haa been rendered more than usually gay by a review and parade ol the r-giment of military, which came off with much eclat. It wai the original intention that the regiment should ba reviewed by General Weight man. bat in consequence of the unfor tunate accident on Saturday, by which the General was injured and his arm broken, he ww uot able to be present, and, in consequence, the reg:Tiient was reviewed by its commanding officer, Co'. Hickey. TLe regiment feriued in line on Louisiana avonue, ia Irani of the City Hall, at 10 a. in , the different oompanies being ranged in the following order, beginning from the rigb' : The Pres.dent's Moun'ed Guard, Capt. Peck. The Regimental Band, 'Prosperi's ) anhington Light Infantry, Cant. Carrirg Con. National Greys. Capt. Towers. Montgomery Guarls. Capt Key. National Guards, Capt. Tait. German Yeager*. Capt. Schwartxman. Ksputa's Daiid, (in their new uniform) Boon Rifles, Capt. Bright. Green Mountain Boys, Capt. McCathran. The re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 22 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. DO THEY MISS ME AT HOKST Uiey miss at home?do Uiey idim me ? 'Twoald be an a?sur*nce moil dear _ To know, tlus moment, some loved one, Were saying, 1 wish be were here ; To feel that the (roup at the fire-aide, Were thinking of me a? I roam ; Oh. yea, 'twould be Joy beyond measure. To know that they mivsed me at home. When twilight approaches?the season That ever i> aacred to song? Does aome one repeat my name over, And atfh that 1 tarry ao long ? And ia there no chord in the music That's misaed when my oice ia away, And a chord ia each heart that awaketb Regret to my wearisome stay ? Do they set me a chair at the table, When evening's home pleasures' are nigh ; When the caudle* are lit in the parlor, Aud the atari in the calm, azure sky ! And vrhen the "good night's*' are repeated, And all lay dgwn to their sleep, Do they think of the absent, and wait me A whimpering ''good night ' while they weep. Do they miss me a? Iiomp?do they miss tne, At morning, at noo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 May 1854

VOL. m. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, MAY 23. 1854. NO. 437. THE EVENING STAR IB PUBLISHED EVKRY AFTERNOON, (SXCKPT 8CTTD1T,) Jt the 9Ut Office, on D street, mar 12tA, Moriy Off ale the Irving Hotel, Br WALLACH k HOP*. To rabacribenin th?cities of Washington,George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a |3 per an mi in, payable?SIX CENTS?week ly 10 me Agents. To nail subscriber* the iub script** price is THREE DOLLARS AND PIFTY CENTS' a year in advent*, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Somu corn* om c?rr. PROPOSALS FOB NAVAu SUPPLIES, TIM BER, LUMBER 4c. NAVY DEPARTMENT, BraEAC or Co*sT*ucnoi?, Sic., Washington, May 11, 1854. SEALED PROPOSALS to furnish naval sup plies for the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1S55, (endorsed proposal* fur materials of timber, metals, and miscellaneous, a? the rase nay l?e naming the n?vy yard and class for which theHfferis intended,) will be received by this bureau to 3 o'clock, p. m., ot Ui ? iStlh day of June next, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. "WASHINGTON C1TY~ TUESDAY AFTEEWOON MAY 83 6PIF.IT or THE Mownwo PRESS. The Intelligencer publishes official pa pers, showing the reason why the Peru vian government adopt and carry out their existing regulations, bearing or. the Guano trade. The Union reviews Sei.ator Brown's (ipK^h against the veto message; and goes into ecsacies over the passage of the Nebraska bill, in the House, last night The Sentinel announces, in feeling terms, the death of Tho.nas Ritchie, Jr., Esq., one of the editors of the Richmond EnquirerT in the 36th year of his rge.? We knew the deceased well; and only to ad uire his high-toned character and his generous senti nents. We rarely have known a man so universally beloved by all his acquaintances. His disease was hereditary gout, to which he was a mar tyr for the last three years of his life. The Sentinel further argues to show that, in opposing the Nebraska bill, the Hards are stultifying themselves. TEWS OF THE KOEMNO. The news by the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 May 1854

DAILY evening star. LOCAL MTBUimCB. Tb* Mai*b L\w?On Sunday night, a meeting ff Temperance League, No. 1, ?aa held at the Hall in E street, on which occasion General Carey, of Ohio, addressed those as sembled. at great length, in favor of the Maine Lav, contending that the attempts made to regulate the liquor trade had baen tried and had all failed. He maintained that the liqu >r traffic was not the subject of regulation, aud it *u proved by experience for the simplest of all reasons, that it was an '-irregularity," and therefore an irregularity was n>t a proper sub ject for regulation. Could a surgeon regulate ? cancer ' and the licensing aystem was like & pooltke applied to a cancer, which only ag gravated the disease The only way to sure it is to cut itout; it cannot be regulated. He contended that government had a right to med dle with persons private business, for instance. cne man follows thieving; another makes coun terfeit money, and the Government interferes with ...

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