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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 December 1855

EVENING STAR OUB U1TION The blood that fl^Wfd ht Leiingtrn, end crim soned bright Caam plain. Stream* *tlll along the Southern Gulf and by the Lakes of Ma'ne; It flow* la v ins that swell above Pacific's gold en aand, ? ad thr?b?In heart* that love a~d grieve by dark Atlantic's sUand. It bind * In ore vju brotherhood the trapper cf tbe W?t, WUb men whoee cities glass th?n?eiVcS In Erie's cl aalc brea<t; Aad those to whom September brings the Ire aide 'a aerial hours. With th??e who nee December's brow wreathed with gorgeous flowers. From where Columbia lauglu to greet the smil ing western wave, To where fo:ou;ac sighs beside the Patriot hero's grave: ?ad frrm the gleaming everglades to Huron's lerdly flood. Theglerv of'i.e Nation's past thrills through a kindred blood! Wlwrever Arnold's tale Is told it dyes the cheek with shame. ?ad g'.owe wi*'i prldo o'er Bunker Hlil or Moul trie's wlaer fame; And wfcereeoeV-r abjve the fray the stars of em pire gleam, I* pan 'he deck or o'e: th...

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. — 20 December 1855

Washington, d. c., Thursday, December 20,1855. THE EVENING STAB, PCRLIM1KD EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At 144 Si*f buildings, eomtr of P$n?3fl*mmi* **(??? a*d Eitvtnlk strttt, By T. D. W ALL ACS, ."Will b? served to subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Amenta, paper* served la peckagw at 37X ?eots per month. To trull mbscrlbers the sub scription priceIs THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year ?? ?4vmc?, TWO DOLLARS for six months. and ONE DOLLAR for three Month#; f?r le.?* than three months at the rate of cent* a wtek. JET SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. ""LORENCE O'DUINOGHUE, ??mre 4jy Seventh street, a few doom north of O. decS-eoim* GD1I%? DR. B. ft. J AUKS, V^ ATE of THE PHILADRLPHIA . HOMLEPATHIC College, offers his sjrvices ??^rV branch of his profession. <Jtttce? Comer of New York avenue and Flf ~**t ov*r the drug store of J. W Nairn. gov 22?dim* JONAS P. LEVY, vns. "troaTaa asd dulii iw WINES, L1QU0ES, CIGARS, AND FIFE GROCERIES CHaaral Co...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 December 1855

EVENING STAR WASHINOTON CITT: Till H*:?AY Urcfmkrr -'0, lKrd. 1_V~Adtbrticb*bj?th should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwi-o they may not ap pear until the next day. SFIKIT OF IEK M0BFIN6 FBKS8. The Union praises Mr. Fuller, of Pennsyl vania. for tho nationality of hu sentiments upon the slavery question, as illustrated is bis replies made yesterday to the queries of .Mr Walker, of Alabama, saying : "With a view to settlo the difficulty, no ?doubt, Mr. Fuller yesterday addressed the Hou-e, nnd in a brief speech of great good s?n3? and excellent temper he defined his po sition. which, including his prompt response to Mr. Percy Walker, of the Mobile district, may be summed op as follow? : Acquiescence In the legislation of Congress on the Nebraska bill as a final settlement of that question on the principle of popular sovereignty, and a distinct refusal to assist in restoring the Mis *ouri Compromise. We heard this avowal with much pleasure, snd desire, here and now. to express ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 December 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Avoskeag Vbterass were delighted with the attention0 fhown them yesterday by the naval and marine officers. At the Marine headquarters they were received by the cn tiro force, under arias, and cordially wel comed by Gen Henderson. After an inter change of military salutatirns, the Marine* escorted the Veterans to the navy yard, where Com Forrest, with bis officer*, was in readi ness to show the extensive works of the estab lisbmer.t. Tho saluting battery pealed forth a welcome, and nothing was omitted which could interest the visitors. Experiments in gunnery were made with the howitzers, which threw ihet and shell with unerring accuracy; ani Lieut. Dahlgren even bad a twenty-four pounder cast, that every part of the manufac ture of these beautiful pieces might be eeen. Alter visiting the workshops, the corper-roll ing mill, the new frigate, the tropny room, and other departments, the Veterans were invited to the house of Com. Forrest, where they...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 December 1855

EVENING STAR. THE SUCCESSFUL ISSUE OF COURTSHIP. From little sign*. like little stars, W line* faint luiprwlon on the sense The very lock! 4 .-.tra'cht at Mar.**, Or cnly 'ten bv confluence; From lr*t'.nct of a mutual thought, Whence sanctity of imr.ners flow'd; From chance uucon??!oi's and from what Concealment o^erconsclous show'd; Her wrist'* les* weight upon my arm ; Her lowlia- mien; that mntcb'd with thU I found, and f?it with strmge alarm, I stcod committed to my bliss. 1 grew a? ured, before I a?k'd, That sbe'd be mine without reserve, And i > her unclaiin'd graces bank a, At leisure, till the time should serve, With just enough of dread to thrill The hope, and make it trebly dear, Tfc*i* loath to speak the wrrd *o kill Either the hope or happy fear. Till onee, through lane* returning late, H?t laughing >i*ters lnjr^'d behind ; And, ere wt esch'd her father'* gate, \N ? pau*td with one presentiesit mind; And. iu the dim and perflated mist, Their coming stay'd. who, bly...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 December 1855

VOL. VL WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1855. NO. 925 the e vetting stab, "HLlSUtD EVERT A KTKKNOUN, (feXCEPT SUNDAY,) ?Aa fjimr Butldt tff.eotntr of ?rewit* m*d ???e?a:a strsst, K J W. D. WALLA CH, be served to subscribe by carriers at 811 ID A ({BARTER CENTS, payable weekly 1 the Agenta; papers servud In packagee &X 37^ "Ma per month. To mail subscribers the rub rlptlon prireis THREE DOLLARS AND FIP [) CENTS a year t? ?/*???. TWO DOLLARS ??x months, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?nth*; for lew than three months at the rate a# U cents a week. 07" SINGLE COPIES ONB CENT. n.UR- rLO*? E O'DO^MOfiHTE, ? mr? !V S.venth street, a few door* worth of (1. dec 5-eolm* C- ,n or. R. s. Jinr-f, J-RAMJATE OF THE PHILADBLPHIA fii? VKEPATHIC Collie. otfers bis services a every branch of his profusion. ''dl^e?Corner of New York avenue and Flf ^ teenth strret, over t!ie drug store of J. W. Nairn. A nov?j?itime /'WAS P. LEVY, W IUTOKTMK A>" D DIALIK !W haW!NE3, LIQUORS, CIGAR3, AND FINE W G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 December 1855

W ASHINQTON CUT: FRIDAY ????? December UI? 1W5? f a^ADTKRTi??MBWT? should be handed in by 11 o'clock, M., otherwise they ma7 not ap pear until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING FRX88. The Union comments with ability and ear nestness upon the tenor and result of the last week's debating in the liouse hall, holding that it demonstrates the weakness and anti nationality of the position of tho two opposi tion parties therein, and the wisdom, con servatism, and true patriotism of that occu pied by the Democratic party. The editor feels a.*?ured that everything there is working well indeed for the futuro of its side in poli o . The Intelligencer deplores tho delay in the organization of the House?saying: " The longer it continues the more difficult will it be to put an end to it. There is anoth er source of regret?we might say of anxiety connected with this unjustifiable delay in or ganizing Congress, which presses on our minds with more force than it may on others; and that is, the eff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 December 1855

evening star. LOfAL INTELLIGENCE. OUR GIFT RECORD. This is the season of gift*, and we trust that trerj reader is preparing a list of purchases to he made, "as the gentle rain from Heaven," fall* freely and graciously. The old folks mu?t h ivo somo presents for their children, who will assemble around the family hearth stone?husbands and wires intend to surprise e*ch ? ^her with some acceptable token of ma tured Iwve?lovers wish to find some accepta ble medium of proving that friendship has ripened into affection?and the juveniles, God bless them, are feasting their imaginations up<>n the mysterious ministrations of Kriss Kringio or Santa Claus Surely, then, we do oar readers a service, in indicating what to lay. coxricTioxnr. Liery one enjoys Christmas parties, yet fc, u ewives rather dread the trouble of pre liminary arrangements. Let all such engage the services of Gautier or Potentini, who will also furnish such as only wish partial supplies. Kh h of them can purvey choice...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 December 1855

EVENING STAR. TO EFFIE. BT MAS! OS U AULA N B. You've not forgot the green lane. Effle, The fraceoor rustic **at. The cherry-tree, with bended limbs, Rooting our mde retreat Though others scorned the nigged logs Arw gnarled, fantastic bough, We loved that nooklet dearly then? I lore it dearly now. You're a^t forgot the long talks, Etfle, And each confided pla?v? Heart romances. whose details far Into the future ran ? F or years to come then seemed as bright As that summer afternoon; We dreamed not then our castles grand Would melt In mist so seon We Lad our love-tales too. Effle? With woman love Is born, And. rooted once, ne'er leaves her Veart Till all else good h3s gone. Mv smile is half amnsedl half fad. At thought of our prattled lore; I vainly search my fancies now. To find as gcod and pure. "We pictured wooing crowds subdued Before onr ripened charms ; And friends should line our every path With fond and shielding arms Of those I found, some dreamless sleep, And some have prov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 December 1855

VOL. VI WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1855. NO. 926. tee evening stae, fl BL?!??iKl> EVKKT AFTERNOON, (LXCEPT SUNDAY,) 1? 1*4 Sw PuiUt*t3^eo*ntr of Ptmmsflmmmi* ?????*? ?iii eJirmr* ttrMt, 3 y W. P. W ALL ACH, ?11'. be served to subscribers by carriers at SIX k\[) \ QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly , e Age?--i papers served In package* at 37^ >|)r yn month. To mail subscribers the sub % 1HKKK HOLLARS AND FIF jVCK.N I S a yar imaHmnet, TWO DOLLARS ^ ?i( months, ar.d ONE DOLLAR for three eonths; f< <" than three months at the rate of |i^ cf '?? ? week. ", 7-SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. [IH ULO*< ENTE O'DONNOGHl'E, 43- S-venth street, a few dor>rs north of O. S-fo!m* OK. H. S. JAMKS, nKAl'I ATK OK THE PHILADELPHIA It UOVllEPA FHIC College, offers his ssrvices in evw br<ii.' h of his profession. i >oi r?C< :am of New York avenue and Fif tieth street, over the drug store of J. W. Nairn, ao* 'ii?Jim* JONAS P. LEVY, I '?1>STH A!?D D*ALBH I* wwn. ..iquoils,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 December 1855

EVENING STAR W ASHINGTON CITY; SATl'RDAY December 21, [ ff adtbkti?km?."< m sboubl be bunded in by IS o'clock. M., otherwise they may not ap pear until the next <*tj. SPIRIT OF THE MOBBING PRXSff The Umiom comments on the intensity of the animosity against the Democrat*, which it thinks id manifested by both opposition parties In the hall, holding that it is occasioned by the fact that they both realise that the Demo cracy of the nation, are an insuperable ob stacle to the triumphjof thn principles of their respective factions. The Int$lhge?'.*r is to-day devoted to news and literature. WASHINGTON NEWS AND GOSSIP. The Debate in Progress in the Hall? is do ing no harm, whatever. In their present dead-l^ck. an election, by a majority vote, is hopeless That is, only to be effeoted by a change or more or lesa votes; which in turn, can only be brought about by such explana tory argument# as have been delivered in the hall, for some days past. We, therefore, be lieve that the curren...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 December 1855

EVENING STAR. "local intelligence. Ol'R GIFT RECORD. We continue our index of places where pur chases appropriate to the festive season can be made, and for particulars refer our readers to <>ur advertising columns. All of the beat business firms in Washing ton advertise iu the Star. GROCERIES. Good cheer is indispensable at Christmas time. ar.d a charitable person will not only fill the larder at home, but see that his I*j?r neighbor* have snm* creature-comforts. We cr.n recommend W. II. Brjan. opposite the market; Murray A Scmmes, on Pennsylvania avenue, E C. Wbite A Co.; Barbour A K-mme?. and Wm McL Cripps, opposite the Bark of Washington; Thompson A Hamilton, and S Bacon A Co. They all have excellent assortments of household supplies, dried fruits, preserves, pickles, the best quality of ingredi ent*. for mince pics, cakes, and plum-pud dings. with wines. liquors, cordials, and other ingredients of the wassail-glass. JEWELRY AND TA3CY ARTICLES. In a-ldi!i<>n to the f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 December 1855

EVENING STAR. I5KW YORK CORRESPONDENCE. ? New York, Doc 20. 19554 Yankee enterprise overcomes all obstacles. When it was ascertained that the difficulty oi electing a Speaker would compel the Presi dent t-j withhold hi? Menage, the papers be gan tocomplrun, but the difficulty was prompt ly met by some enterprising Yankee, who appeared immediately after with a Pesident s Message, and offered it for snle to some of the daily papers. The document may have been genuine. but the signature of Frank Pierce was a forgery. La^t night, Mrs. Webb?a ncerew?read a drama at the Broadway Tabernacle, which was compiled by llrs. Stowe from her Uncle Tom s Cabin. The audience was small, the reading g'?od, the drama indifferent. The places of amusement are filled every night to overflowing. It does not appear to matter much to the people whether these per formances are good or bad, a couple of hours in the evening at some place of amusement has became a necessity to young men in New York. Were the the...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 December 1855

VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C.. MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1855. NO. 927. THE EVENING STAB, WBLtSHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) it *44 Star BuiUiAfs eo-ntr nf PttmtflmmA* s??nc? mi Fltrtnt* itMil, By W. D. W ALL ACB, Win be served to subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly It the Agents; papers served In packages at 37# Mats per month. Tc mall subscribers the sub ?rlptlon price 1* THREE DOLLAR9 AND FIF ?Y CENTS ay?ri??<iraae?,TWO DOLLARS far *i* months, aM ONE DOLLAR for three Month*, for less than three month* at the rate of It * cenU a week. ICT SINGLE COPIES ONK CENT. UR. FLORENCE O'DONNOOHUE, Ofllce 43^ Seventh street, a few doors north of G. dec S-eolm* - KiHK^OOl) HOUSE. PROPRIETORS HAVE THE PLEAS X ure to announce that they have mailtj many Imi-oveicnts to their HOTEL, in accordant with the advancement*"*! re-? Snement or the age. Tbev give their sole <*re and attention to its management, wlftui^PV" lne rcrnrd to the wants and comfort of guests, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 December 1855

EVENING-STAR. WASHIJTGTOir CITT: iSONIIAT DerfiaMr 94, 1*34. Ad vxrtisxmbjitb should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. 8FIBTT OF YHK JffOFIflFG FRX88. The Intelligencer again regie ts the failure of the iloure to organize, and conoeives that the debate in their hall, during the past week, has rendered the task of choosing a Speaker inoro difficult by generating increased pride ?f peculiar personal opinion on the part of those gentlemen participating in it. The edi tor.adviscs the devotion of this hallowed ere, and the more hallowed morrow, to pious efforts ?n the part of the members to harmonize their disagreements. The Union's leader is an earnest eulogy upon Mr. J. Glancy Jones, of Pennsylvania, End his platform re ->lutions. PERSONAL. ? ?"?Sickens received over $60,000 for 11 Bleak House." 'McAllister is performing at Zanes ville, Ohio. West ReT' Denry Giles if Iectoring at the 17?i" E?chan*n was born April 12th. ????Mr. Ncafie ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 December 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Trie CmpnwAs at tub Indiah Depart Kent ?This morning the Chippewa delega tion had an interview with Col. Manypenny at tho Indian Department. The chiefs, through their interpreter, Mr. Turner, made known their wishes. They camo to see their Father, in order that he might settle for them *"me disputes about cMeftainships, and also in regard to the Commissioner ! recommenda tions to thomJast year to turn their attention to tilling the soil; they wished he should point out to them the lands they shou1 1 culti vate. Gol. M., in reply, seemed to think it was not necessary that they should have taken the troable to tome to Washington about these matters, lie named over to them the different reservations of land at Millac, 6andy Lake River and other places where provisions had been made for the Mississippi bnnds of Indians and which would be surveyed as soon as pos sible, and themselves located upon it, without the necessity of their coming here. As to thes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 December 1855

EVENING STAR. VISIT 07 8T. NICHOLAS: ON THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. 'Twu the night before Christmas, when all thro' the bOUM Not a creature ?ustirring, not even a mouse; The stacking! were hung by the chimney with care. In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there: The children were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of sugar plums danced thro' their heids, And m^mma In her 'kemhlef, and I In my cap, Had just settled our brains for a long \Vlnter'a nap? When out on the lawn there arose ?uch a clatter, 1 sprang from my bed to see what was the mat ter Away tn the window I hew like a flash, Tom open 'he shutters and threw up the sash? The moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow Gave the lustre of mid-day to obj?cts below ; When, what to my wondering eyes should appear But a miniature ?leigh and tiny reindfer. With a little old driver, so lively and quick, I knew In a moment It must be St Nlrk. More rapid than eayles his coursers they came, And he whittled and shouted and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 December 1855

EVENING STAR. VISIT OT ST. NICHOLAS: ON THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. 'Tmi the night before Christ nas. when all thro' the nou?e Not :i creator* was stirring, not even a mouse; The storking* were hang by the chimney with care. In hope* that St. Nihoias soon would be there: The children were nestled all snug in their beds, While virions of sugar plums danced thro' their he .ds, And m mma in her 'kerchief, and I In my cap. Had Just se'tled our brains for a long Winter's nap? Whe ?. out on the lawn there arose such a clatter, i sprang from my b,d to see what was the mat ter Away ta the wi.. low I fl?w like a Hash, Tore open the nhH'Urs and threw up the sash? The moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow Gave the lustre of mlil-^av to objects below; When, what to my wondering eyes should appear But a miniature ?leigh and tiny reindeer. With a ilttle old driver, so lively and quick, I k.-.rw in a moment it mu.?t be St Nick. More rapid than cugies his coursers they came, And hv whistled and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 December 1855

VOL. VL WASHINGTON. 1). C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1855. NO. 928. THE EVENING STAR, yUMLISHRD r.VKRY AFTCK.1UUN, (KXOWT SUNDAY,) iM Star BuiHtn^t.eonur of Ftnntylvmmiu ****** <t%/i El*v*ntk ttr**t, By W. D. WALLACE, Ift | ;*??<? rved to subscribers by carrier* at SIX >\f) A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekl) loth" \iren'.*; t-^pen wv?l in packages at 37 )| # at- pf ns^nth. To mail submrlbers the snb rrptKn prills TH R EE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CEN IS a year i? a4ra?c*, TWO DOLLARS j>r -:x. nth*, and OMK DOLLAR for three IT. frr '?* ? than three months at the rate of <1 ? -r -JN?ILL COPiES one cent. HA. KmiE^t'E O'DONlOHHt'K, i I - h street, a ?m doors north of Q. dec. i-fo!?* KIKKWtiUU HO I' SK. riniK PROPRIETORS HAVE THE PLEAS | nr. -.t <nnouuee that they have made m- v im, r-vements to their HOTEL, in iflA arrordn*'.'-'* wltli the advancement and re- ?? W inein- it of Hie a_> Thev give their sole care and af ^tion to Us management, with an unspar \az rerrd t..e wants ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 December 1855

VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1855. liLE EVSSIWQ STAR, FVBl I *>1F.U EVERY AFTERNOON. (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) *:i f Suii-Ji :gi corntf of a.-ui ?i?tenx* itrtil, ?y w. b, tallaoh, will l* served to subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly ?o the A^ettts; pnpers in peckagm at 37# ?ents per month. To mall subscribers the aab ?criptlon price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year t? odeaaes, T WO DOLLARS for tlx month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for le?s than three month* at the rate of cent*, ? week. 11^ SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. T' u'}- FLORENCE 0'00^3I0GHI'I, Office M3 Seventh street, a few doors north of G. deo .'v-eofm* KiRKWiMIO HOUSE. 'HE PROPR IF.TORS HAVE THE PLEAS ure to announce ttiat they have made many Improvements to their HOTEL, in ?ecordante with the advancement and re-? ?*?n??iuent of the age. Thev give their sole care j, and ittention to its mina^emfnt, with an unspar ing regard to the wants and comfort of guests at th...

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