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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 23 May 1854

Vui.V "bVENLNG STAR. A LIIMORE COBBBSPONDBHCE. Balttxor*. May 22?10 r. * There is soon to be a prand temper ance jubilee in our city. Several di^n guislied lecturers are expected to tiic ptcple. among them General 7_ f.l Ohio, and others. They ai"? _ wav to the National Temperance Con vention. If by agitating this subject the rapid spread of groggenes can be cur tailed, some good wJi result. Quite a joyous u am age ceremony came offm Christ church this mcming. The warm affection of the happy hearts was united and consummated by the Rev. Dr. Johns, \vho officiated. The bride was the beautiful and accomplished Miss v ir ?:inia Wright, daughter of W. D. ?V right. The i^rcotn was Mr. Samuel Levering, o this citv. The scene was quite impos ing and" exciting. Nothing looks so much like doing right than the act of leading a sweet blooming bride to the hymenial altar. After bidding adieu, the happy couple betook them to a carriage, and were off on a northern tour. Two to one this will be 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. — 24 May 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (kxgkpt ktkdat,) Jttks Star Ofut, on D :trert, unr latA, near Iy 977-j ttle tXe Irving 3 r WALL ACU a nop*. To goNcribers in the cities of Wartimton.G^orje Km, A'.eiaadr.a, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a ?i IS p? anrrm. payable?SIX CENTS?week ly to the A^eat?. To mail subscribers the tub trnptinn ^rice is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a ytar in atcarst, TWO DOLLARS for ?iX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE U'_>\THS. JXVBLB iOVlMi ONK CSHT. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., Q **1 WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1854. NO. 438. THE w; THtffieaUeat P*nillTand Nfwijnnak inf 1 greater variety of inirrr*tfm rea4taf *?> ma be fowad ta aay other?ia publiabad am Single copy, per annum. to ct?aa. Firocopiea .. | H Ten do..^. I vo Twenty do.? - ? ...,??.?W) ihtaeia?it m !?'*??. (&- !?ing?* cftpiee (ia wrappen) can be procare* at the rounier -immediat^y after the lame at tb# P>>n. t>rtr<w. r**?? Caim. -> PoiTitAn ui who act ae agent* will be aD...

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. — 24 May 1854

uaLLY evening stak. WASHINGTON CITY: TrcD\rsn*Y afternoon mav ?4. spirit or the lu&mro press. The Union discusses " Fidelity to the crcanization of the Democratic party- to the voice of the majority, and to the prin ciples of the Nebraska hill, essential to Demociaiic orthodoxy." In thig article the editor distinctly takes the ground that the .Nebraska bill is a Democratic party test- The same paper contains two communications, one about the Rus so-Turkish war, with the caption " Our interest requires that the former should be successful?our sympathy with the latter misplaced and the other?44 A word for the clergy," which together fill .more thftu eight columns of that journal. The Intelligencer mourns over the pas sage of the Nebraska bill, while the Sen tinel rejoices over the same event. Tbe Sentinel further essays to give a classification of the party bias of the votes on the Nebraska bill, making two mis takes at least, in so doing. Thus, the 1 editor says that all but two ...

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. — 24 May 1854

daily evening star local ihtbluhbhcb. Tee Brokes Bripue ?Workmen were yes- i teriay busily employed in removing the s'iat- | t?red portions of tlie inn bridge over Hock : ? -?ek We understand that Mr. fciasoy is ?uperintecding the removal of it. This is not j j.U arduous ? ta-k a? might he supposed. all i that has to be dono is to remove trie screw b ,lu and lift away the different parts that are thus united The heaviest of the piece? can ! be remove*! by a Couple of workmen, cxcept, j perhaps, the girders below, which support the roadwaji and which ippear to be in one mass It is Tery possible that the accident is partly j owing to the increased traffic that has been ! ]Ve'y carried on between Georgetown and j Washington over this bridge, for we noticed vecterday that the omnibuses and other veiii je? that crossed over the upper bridge were compelled to come into the road conducting to the lower bridge f hat part of Pennsylvania avenue between tne Circle, being stopped up j r the pu...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 24 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. rFOR TBI STAS. WILL YOU GO. LOVE, A-MAYIHG? by h. ri.AT VRsrss. .Mow the Tr.irm Spring is l>reathin? o'er sky. earth and sea. Will you to, lave, a-maymg? will vou go l?ve with me? *rh*re is joy on Uie earth. for the Winter is pa*t, And the chain* of th? tyrant are broken at last: The young bqds are waking, tiiiclulled byhii breath, l.ifce a son) blooming not from the shadows of death; The wild mountain streams, from their ice chains set free Are kh-xitinc in triumph ou their march to the s?a : The glad bird* are warbling irona green shady bow ers, While the "sou >?outh" is telling iu love to the flow ers ; (.?h! the warm Spring i* breathing o'er skv. earth and sea? Will you go, love, a-maying?will vou go love, with me* Do you mind, love, the grove 'neatli the old maple tree. Where long, long ago, yon went maying with me? Ah ' the times have since changed from the old to the new. And we scarcely know now where the old maple grew. < (ur hearts, too,have ch...

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 May 1854

THE EVENING" STAR IS Fl'ELISIJED EVERY AFTEK2J00N, ^ (MCSPT STl^iAT,) a tki St" O;*.. t,~n D ttreet, n?ar 18tt, ruarly ojrpo : nit tie trting Hotel, bt wallAcn & nopB. To ?ntwcr:t*-r*.n theciues ?f Washington, Georfe aw* AJrxa?dna, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a j, 13 per annum, fwyiWe?SIX CENTS week If w it"- A-e?u. To mail subscribers the sub trr.f . n ; r ?? i? THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY rvrs .1 r.vu in oironre, TWO DOLLARS for SI* M ?XTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE M'VrHS. Hmau corn* OHM rtirr s fSOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Naasau 8treet, (corner of Ann.) \V IIE E L E R~ & W r L S 0 N, MASVFAi-TI HI \i; t S IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES. % Mauu facturrd at M'>'- rtomn, (->nn., 0? f and Wareroom* at '43 Broadway, N. Y. Machine* hare been in succo'-*ful oper% 1^ t n, in th-ban l.? ofia??iufa< turers and fami . ;f, f r the pa-f two years, an 1 in every cm have I liven universal satisfaction. . r The proprietor* are now prepared to offer them W. to t?e puMic, W!th t...

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 May 1854

DAILY EVEMNG STAR. ""WASHINGTON OITY: 7 THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 85. SPIRIT Of THE KOHWIWe PUSS. The Intelligencer t#-day is devoted to news, containing nothing editorial. The Union reviews the Connecticut Legislature's anti-Nebraska resolutions, maintaining that they manifest the Hart ford Convention spirit revived- The or gan also calls attention to the fact that some of the Abolition papers, not long since disposed to insist that the enact ment ol the Nebraska bill would almost bring the world to an end, are now ad mitting already that it is no great mat ter after all. The same paper is profuse in its compliments to Senator Douglas on account of his share in pushing through the Nebraska bill. The Sentinel still discusses the Nebras ka question in two or three articles nom inally on other subjects. Christian Spirit.?The journals of Pittsburg rejoice with an exceeding great joy over the destruction of the magnifi cent suspension-bridge at Wheeling. The following are the reasons assig...

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 May 1854

DAILY EVENING ST AH. LOCAL IXTBIU6EKK. Tee AorcnrcT.?Yesterday, the subjsct of the proposed aqa-diict, for inlying Wash iagton with water from the (treat Falls, was aga:n under consideration in the Ilouse of Re presentatives the debato being in committee oi the whole on the Senate amendment to the l>efjeienej bill, by which $500,000 are appro priated for continuing the works for bringing *strr info the eity of Washington. The Se nate amendment was not, however, parsed. frvui tt?e want of a quorum to vote upon it.? We are sorry that this should be the case, for the. e is no doubt that the work?on as grand a scale as it is?would be of the most benefi cial utility. Water aDd gis are the two great necessities of modern large cities; and no city j in our times can be great without these essen tial articles A book might be written upon the subject, and atiil the theme not exhausted. Sew York and Philadelphia owe much to their water works TheCroton aqueluct in the one instance, and the ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. ; ? POETRY OF A BANK PRESIDENT the Ule Nicholas Bidtlle, President of the Bank of the United Ftitee, who acquired such hijjh repute aa a financier, aad who fought so har-1 and ?o well to save his bank from oeing cruahed by th? iron will of General Jacki^D, it may not be generally known. cou.'d upon ??ccasion do homage to the Mu.-cs, even upon tho very shrine of Mammon. Soon after he left Ar.Jal?cia, in Bucka county, Pennsylva nia. t > ?.--nme the duties of President of the "monster hank," a lady applied to him to wri'.e something in har album. The request brought from him a poetic epistle, which we happen to have in manuscript before us, and from whuh we make the following extract:? ?7. S. Magazine. Time was, when to we Ui?e, fair lady, alone Could warm into verse this cold bosom of stone? But now thy command, all unchanged a* thou art, Cannot kindle th? fancy, nor soiten the heart. unequal our fatttel rince thai scyth* bearing Time, Appeased by thy beautT, pr...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 May 1854

k the evening star IS PIBLISHED FVKRY AFTERNOON, I BICKPT ST J?AT.) H tk? *** Ofl**, on D street, near 12tA, nearly oppo if* tie Irruif Hotel, Bv WALLACH fc HOPS. To ?u!*cnb'T?intbeciti?*s of Washington,George P??n, Aievaadna, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a pi ig per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week to the Aaeats. To ouiil subscribers the sub arrtption price i* THRKE DOLLARS AND FIFTY 'E.VT* a JW '?? advance, TWO DOLLARS lor six MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sirsls copiii om c?*t. Kf YORK ADVERTISEHEITS: fllOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. Mr DONALD, 102 Nassau 8tre?t, >corner of Ann.) WHEELER Jk. W I L S <> N, V I.V7 FArrrMSG COMI'A \r\s IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES. Minu f'ACturid at H~.it- rt tel. ' 'tun , ^ OfH-* an l Warerooms it 343 Hro*d*ay, X. Y. 1'llKS . Machine-htve been in ?u<-ce sful opera tim. In the ban-is of i iar ufactnrers an J fatni for the past two Mt, and in every caw hare . is-n universal satisfiction ' The proprietor* are now pr?*( ,irt J to offer them j,,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 26 May 1854

JHILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIPAY AFTERWOOy MAY ?5 H3T Th?- ** '??or" Oflicr Is IwalH D mrrci. (frond do?r wnl fr*n 13lb, ?r>r the jaicllM ?f I'ilk Straws FriHTlraaia Arraar, nrnrfy ?PW eile !? the ** Kirkw*?4 H?ae?," If " Irviag Hotel." job priutihg. All kinds of Job Printing neatly exe cated at this office, at low rates. speeches ?&nrrzD Members of Congress and others can have their speeches printed in the best manner at the office of the 44 Evening Star,' at short notice and on reasonable terms. SPIRIT OF THE MORWHTG FBES8. The Intelligencer announces the fact, that last night's action of the Senate is equivalent to the certain triumph of the Nebraska bill, as it passed the House, and regrets exceedingly that Mr. Everett is about to resign his seat in the Senate. The Union pays its respects to Mr. Clayton's argument against the views of the organ on the Cuban question. The editor, while profuse with his compliments to that venerable statesman, holds that he belon...

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 May 1854

daily evening star. local iktbuigesce. A 5ew Bridoe.?We have been mtxeh pleased with the inspection of a model of an I iron bridge, dasigoed by Mr. Thomas Motley, civil engineer, which whs left at our office the other d*v. From a careful examination of the I model. Mr. Motley'? plan in oar estimation is well entitled to an attentive consideration from all who are interested, and who are not, ja procuring a firm, jet elegant structure. Tbe proposed bridge being bnilt of wrought, not ca-t iron. pos-?esses great strength, although in appearance elegantly light, but the great ujagnitade of ?pan which it permits is one of its most peculiar advantages, and a property which well adapts it far bridging a wide river, like the Potomac, without interfering with its navigation. More stable than a suspension b-idge, it is yet as light and elegant in ap pearance. and far superior to the ordinary arch bridga in facility of construction, as it ean be erected without centering the two halves whilst ...

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 May 1854

DAILY EVENING- STAR. ; i r OI8 SUMMER SIQHJ. im j ? hie ??* nuiM i Mood with thee, Lienealb iiaclotided moon' vuur*M^?ri wwtther wild with *?**, A.^ btiH*eei?e*ai>- ioe|dfaap.)pf , #ua... ?.t( M v durfcjiair irUtn waving showvw , l'a?a pi) artiVn*pr my t>rr>W, All udBBHtifwithpeAf^atKl ?rr^trttwl with flnwrs RSgtaiM# ****** urowM tn+no*. " f * 4\' A row bud from my bo?om fell. As thus beneath Site moon we stood; Yon raised it?I rmirmb?' wplf? And kis*t<] tfcta |mmw niwonf'Du* but), i ? ?*?-? But n<>jLuu^??t'vo?M ?i?s tit# heart,. _ , ? . FofftwBnn*?fori"vrr true, Ard in that hour t!w wi>h would start, That I had been a rose-bud too. i !<>nfed to save it frr* from Wight, 1 lf>n??*d to <*arf"fe<w kUs, 4 ** And 9b! I Wished th.it stirumpr mgtt?, W ith aQ its brebtne^ and ji? Wi?c. f 1 uuld last lotrvet?'twas no cninf, When-ail th?' nimneiUs fl?d so fast, ; ' haitsbnulAwish t(i ?fiter uiu?*, , . Artirn*? thrro over as they passed. But thou did-t Sreak...

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. — 27 May 1854

the evening- star 13 PUBLISH TO FVEKY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUJ?)AT,) ?W Siw C$ct, 9% D street, neir 12tA, nearly vpfc nit tke /m*f Haiti, BT WALL ACH fc HOP!, To subscribers in the cities of Wa*hhiftoe,Gea(f? ,owT?. Alexandria, B*fu>iore and Philadelphia, a $.1 1-2 per aanam. r*T>W??SIX CENTS?week }T t? ???< Ar~.*s. Trs mnn robwriber* the mt> script r"'-e Li TH dEE DOLLARS AND FIFTY enVTS r- year in n-franef, TWO DOLLARS for 5'.\ MONTHS, *r,d OVE DOLLAR fir THREE jjoNTHS. 8i5?lk conn os* cxwt. 1 f n-irr ?ia IIIHI RiiVfaKTiVt " r' ?lf luM AUfftflittifii JSC* THE HOOiE OF WIL K. McDONALD, 102 Naasau Straet, 'corner of Ann.) WHEELER it WILSON, HAjyi FJ I 'TT'KfXG COMi 'J XT S IMPROVED StWiNG MACHINES. M mnfartunU tl W t.rt. wt , tb*S., r^e anj Warert* ra- at 343 Bro,d?*y, N. Y. ** qiiiefl&Machine* b*ve beea in succe *fulopera ^ t: n, in ?he bands of; tacufactvrers and fami (tf? ft* tr-j part two vea-s, ^-ad ia every caw hu7e -.?,o universal satisftrtkro * The appri't^rs a...

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. — 27 May 1854

daily evening star. WABHtNHTON CITY: p*TrauAy afternixj* may st BY Tei.EGlAPfl' Just as we are going to pre**, we re ceived the following highly important ti ^graphic dispatch from Uoston. Ow ing to the lateness* of the hour, we are Br able to make any comments.?Eds. Slur. FCGITIVB ?1 AVE RIOT IN BOSTON! j HITED NT\TEji TfABSlfAL SHOT DEAD! THE MILITARY CALLED OUT! GREAT EXCITEMENT! Boston*, Mar 27. There was a most fearful riot in this rl'v at a late hour last evening. The { ublicmind is in a dreadful state of ex crement and apprehension, and there is no ttiling when or how the matter will end. The not grew nut of the abolition de rnTstration which ha-? been mads, and which is still making, in regard to the Fugitive Slave Case. A puhlic meeting, as I have alr.-ady ap; used you, wa3 held in the early part of the evening. It was attended by an immense concourse of people, whose pas - i. were inthmcd to the highest degree by the incendiary harangues of the speak er-'. While this feeli...

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 May 1854

J DAILY EVENING STAR. I 4 IDfU KTEUUBKB. Eclipse ?According to au la. . ui^ueut. ae is generally said in theatrical Jici newspaper '?D???ge* the eclipse of tha .an ca:?e yesterday afternoon wi hout any , t art:cul?r accident. and touch to the satiaf;ic tf on of the numerous spectators in the District ?If Columbia and elsewhere. Much as the V prro.chiag evert had been talked of and l?ri'ten about, at.11 it had not reached the ears feverybody We observed some very saga ious jera^i s on the Avenue, who, we should ?one u ic do not read the curront literature of jie day?tbe newspaper?to any great extent, ?ho were impressed with the idea that it Wr. Klliott in bis balloon, who was caus ^ ng all this sensation in attempting to eclipse V he sun?a modern Icarus without his wings. The Jark day. after all, wa- not a > dark. ? isd Lfloee who had prepared their gas burners, nJ put in a fre?h supply of oil and eandles , ,r the approaching obscurity. were disap j oir.tcd, n<> artificial i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 May 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. THINGS TN WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. WiLviMiTfN, May 2f<. The Co h r' CV / Cmmrit?The Conittmi /?Irrtio*?Th* ('tmiitton of Parties?Ike ?? A' Otr Nolkii?tf*''?iirolLerhn'jd cf the 7 / ,??-I JVw* Payer?iV<? L'roj*?Ct'y 'Pi.l* itti'f Improvement?St'itc of tht ?I he lie tail JSl I'Lft. Trial of John Gibson for murder, New Tattle. Mav l*th. The State vs. John ? obson, indicted kr the murder of John Daughertv. tried before Judges Harring ton. Woolen and Milligan. The case was Mibmittcd to the jury without argument, on both sides, at the request of the parties: ?hat the court should charge at length on tht whole ca^e. Judge Harrington charg ed accordingly, and the jury returned in to court with a verdict at*"guilty of man slaughter." The court sentenced the 1 .nsoner to pay the cost of prosecution, to ; ?; r.-it and pay a line of ?500, and be im prisoned lor one year. ()ur t ity l uuncil liccn sitting &s 8. ,-,,Urt to trv the contested election cases ? i assessor a...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 May 1854

THE EVKHUfQ STAR 13 PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (com SCUD AT,) Ji fV4 Office, on D ttrett, near 12*A, nearly ojrpo ait tke frvint Hotel, Br WALL ACQ &. HOPS. To MbecribminthecltJw of Washington,Georf? iown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 01 12 per annum, payable?8IX CENTS?week ly to the Agesu. To nail subscriber* the tub script to" price is THREB DOLLARS AND FIFTY rBMW a yesr in advance, TWO DOLLARS for 3\X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Stasis comi o*s cbwt. Ill YW MWIMITS. fbom the house of wx. h. Mcdonald, 102 Nassau Street, (corner of Ann.) WHEELER A WILSON, MAxrrACTVKisG company* IMPROVED SEWiNG MACHINES. Mtnuf ictu??l at W'-iUrt i?j?, 0>nn., Offl.t, and Wareronms at 1-43 iiroidsay, N. Y. T'UESL Machines have beeu in succe ?ful opera tion. In the bands of nnnnfactrrers and fami ne? for th- pa?t two years, and in every ca? hare cir-n universal satisfaction The proprietors are now prepared to offer them to the public, with that iocreased ronS.J?ncin the...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 May 1854

DAT LY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: WOXHAV AFTERNOON MAY 99 i fF Thf " *u?r" Ofltt |a lacawJ mm S> Street, iwnd deer west freaa 191k, ?rar the jancties ?f 19th Street u4 Pfanijlraala Areiar, ararly appa. ?Itr te the " Eirkwaad Baa*e,M late "Irving fletrl." JOB PRDTTIHG. AIT kinds of Job Printing neatly exe cuted *t this office, at low rates. SPEECHES PRIETED Members of Congress and others can have their speeches printed in the best manner at the office of the " Evening Star," at short notice and on reasonable terms. SPIRIT OF THE MOBimrO PRESS. The Union contains a long and power fully written leader relative to the aboli tion mob and murder in Boston. It attri butes?and rightly,we think?the bloody and disgraceful outrage to the traitorous acts and traitorous invocations of Charles Sumner and his incendiary associates. There is also a highly interesting edito rial relative to Mr. Jefferson's views on new parties and obedience to the will of the majority. A high compliment is pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 29 May 1854

DAILY EVENLN6 STAR. i??* nmuTemiT-" 8er*i>* t? CaliM**ta ?Yesterday .yen , ??. s sermon on tne aborr* earned subjw dlhrer+11= of KeprasaoUuV by the R?r Mr Wlweler. who claims to have beei the first clergymln who proceeded from the older 5?'f? o the then J6ung and now sister State of California. The text taken was the 21st verse. 43d chat - ter of Isaiah, and the Hall was crowded The minister commenced by observing that he noticed present among his congregation feme who could not be instructed by any re marks he was about to make, but who could bear witness to the truth of his statements? allusion being made by this to cert tin mem bers of Congress who were seated among the anJience. He continued by styling the peo ple of California A chosen people of God, and teuiarked that this would surprise many, who would be ready to exclaim, ? What, those, the wi ked repr jb tes of Califoruiu ??do you style them the chosen people of God ? A place where even the deacons and the ministers of t...

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