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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 October 1855

evening star. AVTUXH. Sweet Sabbath of the year, Whil? evening shades decay, Thy parting steps [Rethinks 1 bear, Steal from the world away. Am'd thy silent flowers 'Tis sad, but sweet, to dwell, Where falling l?aves and drooping flower* Around me breathe farewell. Along thy sunaet skies Their glories melt in shade, n And. l.ke the thing* we fondly priie, Seem lovelier aa they fade. A d<*ep ?nd crimson streak rb> d. ing leaves disclose; Consumpti n's waning cheek, Mi*l ruin, blooms the rcse. Thv ?i*a? eacb vision brings Of beauty in decav; and early f. ded things, r??o exquisite lo stay; ? Of :oys that come no more; Of nowers whose bloom ia fled, Of fa ewells wept upon the shore ; Of friends estranged or ucsd; Of all that now mav seem; To ir.eruory s tearful eye. The vanished beauty of a dream, O'er which we gaxe and sigh. ? ? % Axswkr to the Enigma in the Star of yes terday : 44 Glenwood Ccaietery."~ Knk; va.?I am composed of 25 letters : My 18, 17, 3, is an adjective. My 20 y...

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. — 10 October 1855

the evening star, rt'BLIflK* EVERY AFTEKNOMN, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At iU Stv B*il4m*t.c*r*4t ?/ Ptnnsflvani* Mi EUnmtk *tre?t, BJ W. D. WALLACE, Will be nrfd to tubscribera by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly I-, the Agents; paper* served in package* at 37* per noath. To mail rakMcribers the sub sor ption price is THREE DOLLARS AND F1F XV CENTS a year i?adra?et, TWO DOLLARS fx; au nwottu, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; tot leas than three months at the rate of j?cents a week. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1855 I BM ft. IJ.VA9S. WILLIAM THOMPSON. EL VANS fc THOMPSON, VSALKBS I* HABDWARS, COACH TBIMMIICQS, Ac., .1*. 3J6 Pf?n Tlranla arfaie, urmten Xintk mi Ttt k sts, Walking ton, D. C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE. Brluiania, German Silver. Albata and Silver Pla ted, Tea, Table and Dessert Spoons Carvers and Forks, Steels, Knives with and with out Forks Bras, Britannia, Bl??k Tin and Plated Candle stick.*. Shovel and Tongs, Waffle Iron...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 October 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTO H OUT: im?inDiY AFTKR!f?Olf ..0?U?b?r 10. PV'ADTKBTisiiifBsrTi should be handed la by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not ap fnr lutil lb* wit day. AGENTS rot THE ITA&. m ? - ? TW folio win* nereons ere authorised to eon tra :t for the publieatioa of advertisements in th? Star : - 4 Philadelphia?V. B. Palitbb, N. W. oorner Of Third and Chf'nut streets. Now York?S M P*ttik?illft Co., Nassau Itreet. V B PA^Kia, Boollaj'i Building. > . m , tlp" Those who require Job Printing of any ? dercripiion, and Book Binding in any style whatever, will now find our facilities for the execution of such work unsurpassed in this city, ar.d our prioes rery reasonable. Give the Star office a call. Counsel before the Claims Court should oonflde the printing of their briefs to us. spirit or the mobbing fbiss. The Union classes tho New York Atlas, r.ov,- among professed Abolition journals, and inumates that it: abuse of the Administration amounts to a good riddance for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 October 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tk S??tc Ward Assbssor-Qcbstio*.? We were compelled, owing to a pressure on oar oolumns yesterday, to defer much of tho l>?ard of Aldermeo'sjproceedings on the even Ing before th?t referred to the question of the eligibility ?f Mr. Clampitt to be electcd a* Accessor of tha Second Ward of Waabiogtoo. Ik Mem to as that the true i?sue involved is, whether Mr C '? father erer ma le a declara tion of inteution to become naturalized; such action only, on his part, being necessary to entitle his (at the time) young children to the rights of citizenship themselves, without being naturalized- We are informed tbat the courts hold that, in a case liko tbat of Mr. Clampitt, the harden of pri>ol is on those who dispute his eligibility to hold an office and to exercise the franchise here, after baring aoloog discharged t le duties and eDj^yed the privileges of full citisenship in this District. Tho following are the proceedings of the Board of Aldermen on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 October 1855

EVENING STAR. To "Xattit," [In ijmicer to ktr lCkarade" im tie "Star" of Friday, October 5tk.] Tb? cow, Mistress '? Mattie," who's gentle and kind Though 'sometime* the will be a crabbed old ti Unwitt'ngly eases the epicures mind, By giving him Butter, the soul of his dinner. Toyour second, you harshly Impute all the evils, That overtakes man when restraint is thrown up, %V t 1st the passions of fckle, irresolute d?Is, A -e only to blame, not the moderate Cup. That [lowers in rain were created Miss ".Wattle," You do not, you cannot believe, I am sure, For tbe bright little Butter-Cup e'en makes us happy, Recalling our Infantile Innocence pure. Sbbbx. Emova ?I am composed of 20 letters: My 1ft, 6, 14. 17, T, is the mother of art. My 8, 1, 4, 17, 13, 11, is an institution. My 10. 11. 19, 4, 5, is not exactly what la dies arc fond of. My 20, 14, 1, is a species of frmit. My 15, 2, 3 10, is not spiritual. My whole is the Koh-i-noor ef woman. Ttso. Partt A5d Sectarian Strifb ?Dr. Bry ant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 October 1855

THE EVENING STAR, published evkhv aptbk.ioua, (E1CBPT SUNDAY,) ?? ik* Star 3uil1i*fi,e9rneT ?/ Ptmtufliami* ?*'?*? and EUrentk ttrttt, By w. D. WALLACH, fffl besenred to snberribem by carriers at SIX A yuartbr ckjits, payable weekly t be Agents; paper* *erred in package* at 37^ eeut> per moeth. To mall *ub?crtfien? the tub ,option priceU three DOLLARS AND fif tv CENTS a ymt in advmmci, TWO dollars for ?lt month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three ovi?u.w; for less Uuia three months at the rate of i:# rent* a week. i^sinqlb COPIES ONE CENT. thtk rzceHcaii pamuy and New* Jwml wl Ulnlnc t grmtei earlery of 1 nterevtlng rwiiag thaa can be fooivd In ia]r ether?i* poblWhed oa fctu WASHINGTON, D. C? THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1855 paper. Priced-Taaaa Caere. PoiTMinm who art asagen e commlwton of twenty per cent r sjfm.rt.vAf9. william thoxp?ps. ELVANS ic THOMPSON, DIALERS IN HABDWARI, COACH TKIMMINGS, Ac., Ne. !>an vivania ar^nne, *?<*<?? Tt) A Ji', Watkington, D. O. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 October 1855

WASHIHQTOH CUT: TBCIIIOat AtnHMWr ...October 11 . ai.cbts r?a tujc star. "?ftsi following persona arc authorised to eon w?ct for the publication of aIvertieementa in wo *?i?r: .... P^'Udelpfcig-V. B PixviK K W of F f b and Chctmit *??? *?" skwJT York"""? 11 p??"*??,4 Co., Vuna V B. Palkzk, Seollay'ii Building 8MBIT OF THE M0RHI3TO FBE38 Ihe biUlligtnctr thus expresses it* under standing cf the causes reiulting in the sweep inj defeat cf the ccalition !n Pennsylvania on tio day before yesterday: 14 From Pennsylvania, however, wo hare a great virie'y < f detail#, all showing that the jF|xn:aUif the Bepublioans and Fasiouists i*re earned that State by an overwhelming 51 ? " result, which was not unex pfct?d by^u", iji tw, r.bed to various causes by tho Philadelphia journals. They say that not on.y did thou.;. aaa of votort throughout tbc that the imen o: kaj onpomtirn force?, agreed npen as late as the *7th ultimo, was not cai fi? 0?\be??u?o it was rendered impractica ble from the L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 October 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ' ' .1 Epocatiox.?A correspondent, with a view of benefiting both parent* and their children, has wat tu us fur publication the following ex tract from the works of Laurence Sterne, which contain* much good sense on tho important subject of teaching: "It insider tho peraon who is to be about my ion. as the minor in which he is to view himself from morning to night; and by which he id to adlust his looks, his carriage. and per haps the inmost sentiments of his heart. I would have one Yorick, if possible, polished at all points fit for my child to look into. There is a certain mien and motion of the body and all it4 parts, both in acting and speaking, which argue* a man well within; tr.ere are a thousand unnoticed openirgs which let a penetrating eyeatouce into a mini's soul; and I maintain that a man et sense does not lay down his hat in coming into a room, or take it up in going not of it, but something es capes which discovers him. "It is for these...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 October 1855

EVENING STAR. [VOR Til ITAI. ElflGMA 1 dwell afar In the viewless atmosphere, And fan in the breath of the ,?almy air. 1 span the arching sky ween _ark or clear. Acd I couch beneath la the wild beast's lair. Above, on th* mountain and down rn th? plain, Every day of the veir. untired, I roam; J follow each drop of the pattering rain, - And dance on th* spray of the ocean's foam. Afloat on tte fast flowing streamlet's wave, And I sing my ssd la in each filling leaf, As 1 watch o'er the dead in each grass-mown And see how eartVs f -otnaths are all marked wi.h grief. In all that's beautiful, all that is fair, Iri evtr thing brill ant, and glad, Rnd gav, In everything happy I have oiv own sha.4, And always In eace 1 take my own way _1 love ainbii.en, but conceit I hate, Yet I hold a snug plane in every one's head Ga where I will, 1 always coir e in late, Tho' fat 1 walk where wealth and pleasure lead But th? place I love most is eaeh r-al hcart \N here be lamps ot Faith and of Charity b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 October 1855

This eiMticn tilnlng a jjreaf# ?w V found la **y morning. i ??? WASHINGTON, D. 0, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1855 ? ??? TEE^mmro^TAR I'l'ULIHflKU EVERY VKTtH>oti> (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ' "111 lui'w SoWiq'.WMf ^ />r??*WaM,t? ?r??M a?<i k strut By W. D. WALtACH, Wl f be served to subscribers by carriers at * A,I) A QUARTER CENTS, payable w^kiy , ;be Agents; fmp-m served la packages at JSu **?. per month. To mail subscribers the sab rrfptjon prte*l? THREE DOLLARS AND Fip. TV CEN TS a year m adramct, TWO DOLL \ R > for fix months, and ONE DOLLAR for thm .aouihs, for less than three months at the ra'e of 1{ cents t week. j?TSINSLE COPIES ONE CENT. THE VF.KKT.Y STAB. Family ant News J< ?t c r?. m-W vb? *? ? rw oopta ? irr ca?- ? 1 ?? ?t!5 ?TAmxABt? NO. 866. * ? * ? IIT^ SIn*lecopies (In wrappers) can be pr at the counter, inunediately after the lasoe pipe* Price?T?ai* Cists. Postxaitiii who act as agents will ? eoanmlaslan at twenty per o*M. of the roSR m. ILfiWS. WILLIAM THOVriOH. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 October 1855

FVEFING STAR. WASHINGTON CUT: /ilIDAT AFTERPfttOlf October 19 AM?NTS rOR TlftK STAR. Thn following persons are authorised to ton tract for the publication of advertisamnats in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. PaLvaa, H. W. oorner of F fth and Chestnut streets. New Y^rk?8 M Pittucsill 4 Co., Nanan street. Boetot?V B Paul an, Scollay's Building SPIRIT OV THI KOBNINO PRI58 The Jntrlhgwncrr's editorial column is, to day, devoted to the publication of facte con nected with Dr. Kline's expedition and its rescue, concerning which the reader will find acple details in tc-rlay's Star. The Umion argues elaborately to prove from the recei.t speech of Senator Wilson, at the New York Tabernacle, that the prime object of tba new Bepublioan organisation is naked abolitionism. FSR90VAL. .... Hon Robert Tyler, of Pennsylvania. Hon. J. V. Ccm?Ux k. of Massachusetts, and T. B. St >> ktor, U. 6. N.. are at Willard's. .... P. Bairy Hays, Esq., George Plitt, Esq , and C ipt. A. Day, of Pa., are in Wash...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 October 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Bi ildi5o Associations? As there :?rc many vf our citisena concerned in such societies ex in the midst of them, the following arti cle, from the New York Sun, will prove if in terest : " It is stated that the committee appointed by the last Legislature to inquire into the workings of the Building Association* have collected very interesting information. Ac cording to the ev'dcnce before the ommitter, there are 150 of these associations in New York and vicinity, with an average of 300 members each. A payment of S3 monthly from each member makes the aggregate yoarly receipt* $1,620,000. Estimating that the most of them have existed three y ars, and th: t the dues were paid regularly, the total pay ments, not including the interest paid on shares ?? redeemed," would amount to S4.86u.000. The actual necessary expenses of all the as- - elation* th"u!d not exceed S225 000 a year, or an average if fl i'M each, whioh, f ?r three years, would make the total ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 October 1855

EVEN IN G STAR. _ [fob the ?*ae. native MELODY. BT A. GREEN GOSLING, JR. '"A Bull-fro? dressed in soldier's clo'et."?Old Song. What a happy thing's a (Yog . In a pond. When a' squatting on a log, la a pond; 1 a the suburb of a town, H ben the rain is ponrlng down Un the sober coat of brown He has donned! Then his showy yt How vest? Fie ! tor .stiame; Clo;cly buttoned o'er his breast, All t? e samt, ?* Hch will merer ?hr w the dirt, M ke> him look so "awful" pert, su-.pect he's ne'er a shirt To his name Then his trowaer.? At so tight On* would think He'd strain 'e:n all his might Just to wink; Yel he'll leap and not half try? If h'n pond you're pa-sing by? Twicr as far a> vou or I From its brink. He hates th<?abr>de of wealth, Courts ar.d law; Hji de'e is tre Board tf Health. FuTtt ermore; The glare of-gas'' is there, And t diesn't suit hino. where Cootdi-c iss'ob may not dare op? Its jaw. Still. 1.1 >m all alone. You'd s"ppo?e. . By th ir seeming wrangling tone. They ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 October 1855

VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1855. NO. 867. the evening star, riBLlSHEO r.VEKV AFTEKNOO.1, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) (4< 5w Suildtngi. corner of Ptastyivaaia annul tnH Kltvtnth slrttl, By W. D. WALLACH, Wi i be served to sub*rlbers by carriers at SIX \.\D A UlARTKR CENTS, payable weekly 10 the Agents; papers served in package* at 37# cent< per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price 1* THREE DOLLARSA ND FIF TY CF.N rS a year i* a4rmmtt, TWO DOLLARS for six month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; for less than three months at the rate of fly rent* a week. mr SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. OFFICIAL. TaxASUAT Dipabtvbivt, Aug. 3, 1353 Not Ire Is hereby given to holders of stock of tb ? loan authorized by the act of 1846, redeemable o i and after the 12th November, l?5i, that the who*: or any part of that stork will be purchased by this departmea' at any time previous to the 30th No veniber next. for which 3 per cent, premium will be paid In addition to the sums e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 October 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8KI1TGT0W CITY: SATURDAY AFTERIVtfOFI OcUbtr 13. THE WEEKLY STAB for this week, abound?, as usual with a choice ?arietj of domestic) and foreign intelligence It will serve admirably as a substitute for a letter to a distant friend who wants to know the current even's of the Metropolis. Terms . SI.2d a year, or three cents a single cumber. SPIRIT 07 THE KOHlflHQ PBESS. The Union indignantly denies the Aboli tionist allegation that the policy of the Ad ministration has been to extend slavery, say ing: " The real issue, and one which every friend of the Administration will promptly accept, is, whether the people of the United States will sustain the Administration in its mainte nance of the doctrine whioh concedes to the people of a Territory the right to adopt or re ject the m?titu jon of slavery, as they please. It is an unjustifiable misrepresentation of the position of the Administration to say, as does the Republican, that the doctrine of popular sovereignty has be...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 October 1855

EVENING STAR. local intelligence. Pbopessob Pedbo Antonio Dacnas was baried in Gwrgetown on Wednesday ' He was thirty-eight years of age ; a native of Spain, and P?r a few yean past organist to the Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity, and also teacher of music in Georgetown College. The Rev Mr Maguire. the president of that insti tution. pronounced the discourse at the fune ral of Pn lessor Daunas. describing bis child like simplicity of manners, bis goodness of heart, and bis generosity, which amounted almost to a fault: and his thorough knowledge vf music, and hid great love of flowers an.l the beautie- < f nature. The key* of the or gan. which he bad so often touched with a master s band, were silent, and the prayers t?>r the dead, and the chaunttng by eight of the priests, were all in beautiful and touching keer ing with the solemn occasion. His remains were deposited in a plain grave in the old Catholic burial ground. Peace to his a."hes. Hiding to the Watch Horse ?Last n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 October 1855

EVENING STAR. THE LAUD OF D&E&XS. BT T. X HKRVST. Ths world? the drsarv world of drsams, Why muit the spirit tread All night, besides Its moaning streams, And alleys cf the dead ?? Milt he, who rises up to grieve, Lie down again to weep ? Oh ' for the long and quiet eve Which brings the h?avv sleep, That lays the fklnt and aching head At length, upon a dreamless bed ! And yet. In youth, bow beautiful Was that spch&uted lard ! * What matchless flowers 1 used to cull Within its haunted strand ! W h~t g rgeous visions spread the wing Am'u It* twilig.it shades; And oh ! what ship;-s w> nt, beckoning Along it<? moonlit, glades ! The dewy showers and silver gleams That sweetened all tb? land of dreams " Alas ' the world of rest! it takes Too m ch the day-worid s part. Alike?to him who sleeps or wakes? The show, it b in gs the heart; Stil', a* the waking eye grows dim, The dre::m ng gathers gloom,? But sleep h..s not a ghost for him W hose wor d bas not a tomb; The shadow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 October 1855

THE EVENING STAR, rl'BLISIIE" EVERY AFTEK^OO.I, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) gt tks Scar B mtld us fs.e or issr of Psnnsflr+mim arenus ami Elsrsntk strut, Sy W. D. WALLACH, Wl to*? ?ftwt to subscribers by carriers at SIX ji\0 A t|UARTFR CENTS, payable weekly V> the A^euUj papers served la package* at .77* per month. To mail subscribers the sub fription price !s THREE DOLLARS AND FIF XV CENTS a year uhJcmciJWO DOLLARS for MX months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; t?r lwt* than three months at the rate of 12J? cents a wrek. g^MNGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1855. THE WEEKLY STAR. This excellent Family and Neva Journal????! talnlng a greater variety of interesting rending thai can be found In any oth??ta pcblUhed oft taCV* day morniaf. tu*. 91 00 NO. 868. flUI. Blagle copy, per annum _ TO CLVM. Five copies .. It Ten copies g 00 Twenty copies U 00 ICr Ca.H, lIUIlillT m iDTilCI. IL/~ Single copies fin wrappers) ran be pmrorrd at the counter, Immediately After the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 October 1855

I V F.N IN G STAR. WA8HIWGT05 CITY: MONDAY AFTFRNOOX October IS Lf iVsTKRTisairvirTa should b? handed in by 12 o'olcok, M., othorwi?e they may not ap (<var unui the next day. SVIKIX 0T THE XORNING FRKM. lnulltgtnctr comments on Dr. Kane* return, and makes an extract from thelndiac apcl* State Journal, admitting that the Re publican party has met with an overwhelming deieal in the recent Indiana county elections, which that paper attributes to all pervading hostility to the Maine Liquor Law. This, by the by, is, in part, the excuse of the New Tcrk Tribune for the defoat of the Republi can party in Pennsylvania, the rest of the blarno being thrown by that journal on 11 Sam'b" shoulders. The Union laughs at the (alleged) subter fuges and disengenuoua explanations which the Republican and Know Nothing papers et say by way of palliating their recent defeat in Pennsylvania, and quotes from an address Utely delivered at Lancaster, Pa., by Col. J. W Forney, upon the political topics of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 October 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Fire?The Market Square Shanties ? This merning, about R o'clock, the cry of fire md the ringing of bells attracted hundred* of i.:en and boys to the market-square: one of the look-jhaaties thereon being in fltmtj; the board ror-f biasing from its oontact with a -?ti?vc-pipe The firemen, with their usual promptitude, plenty of water being in the aeii$hV>rho<xi?the canal but a few steps dis tant from the scene?suppressed the burning tiaber; and afterward gratified the throng with a specimen of their squirting powers. The police, in duty bound, were on the gr-und. to preservo orJcr, and to prevent the juveniles from interfering with the machines; a privilege (even to the handling of the p.j>cs) which they are denied by n Corporation law. An inventory of the damage by the fire was not taken; but we judge that the shanties were to the extent of probably ten 01 twen ty" dollars' * Tho range of cook shops is on Ninth street. Tfrr style of their ar...

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