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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 13 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. Washington city: THTTtf PAT AFTERNOON, APRIL IS. A6BFTCIBS TBI STAB. Person* in Baltimobk wishing to xubacnbe for the Dmly Evfmnf .Star, cu have it delivered to the* tm th? evening of its lame, by (hithful carrier*, by tearing their nanet at the store of CATHKB8 a BRO., corner of Hollidav and BUtimore streets. At WiunnoToii, Dbl., E. 8. R BUTLEB, 114 Market street, will attend to the delivery of the Star At Philadelphia, J-T. BATES,at the Exchange ean furnish those who wish copies of the Star early on the mornin? after iu issue. At PoaTSMor-rn ah* Nokpolk, Va., B. G. STA PLES, No. 48 High street, Portsmouth, ia prepared to serve the Star regularly to all who may wish it. At A?*afous, Mn., NORM AN LESLIE will act as Agent for the delivery of the Star on the evening ef its issue. TO BUB9CHIBEBS AWD ADVEBTISXBS. No subecripuon discontinued unless by positive orier let at this ofBce. The p-ivilege of Annual Advertisers is strictly Hamad I their own immediate business...

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. — 13 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. ~~ WH I S T IS L LI li E ?t CE. PscHtcofcOGY?We attended the lecture of Prof. Williams at ,ue Variete last evening. and were much amused ai d in some thing* in ? ructed. He announced that his discourse w^uld be upon the Will, Sovereignty of Man, affirming tha' men's will were greatly withered in this degenerate period, and that a mistaken cour*e of educating the youth of our country was now being pursued, which only aided in reduing the will, and causing the mind to preponderate He compared the human sys tem to one hundred jars of electricity, "and."' ?aid he. twenty of these form the will, the other eighty the mind, and whenever sufficient electricity can be inducted into the system to counterbalance these twenty jars?or in other words, the will?then the man is in a pschy cological state?his will is gone, he has no will of bis own. and my will, or your will, as the case may be, acts upon his mind?and when I tell him that tnis cane is a snake, (holding up a cane)...

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. — 13 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR DEUTSCHE ADVERTISEMENT. Mine horse is ?hlop?d, and I'm afraid He bas been daken, or stholen. or sthrayed Mine pig plack horse dat looks so sphry.*, Pont fourteen Oder twelve hand* high. ' He hash peen got shust Jour feet plack, But two ish white, dat is a fack ; Two led* pefore and two pehind? Be ?&lire you keep all dn in mind.* neV plack aH over, dat ish true. All put hish vace, and dat's plack too , He drots and earners, vaux and braces, And outvorks Pclxepup in drace* ;J And ven be gallop* in der stbreet, T. H e vam upon his legs and feet j Von lee goes down and den de oder," And always follows one anoder; ' He hash dwn ears shtuek 'pon bis head. Both rf dem's neider white nor red, Bur N>th .like, shnst one, you see, Ish ptocker dan de Oder be; ' H0t ? ' e5res dat 100 k von vay,* . n'y "W von tojer day. j. ?>en you nsh to dake a ride, --iiunip on bis pack on toder side, Anil it i?h shust as gospel drue, De eye dat's blinde vill not se? you. His dail's...

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. — 14 April 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, i RXCKW^SCSDAT,) Jb tke St IT an D ttrtei, u?cr 12tA, ntariy ojr> nte the frring HtM, It WALLACH fc HOPB. To *nb!kCr:fcer^intheciliP? of Washington,George town, A!ei*BdriA, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $;? 12 per annum, pnyible?SIX CENTS? week lv to th* Acrat*. To mail auhncribere the tnb ?crtp?if>n prico i? THREE DOLLARS ANT) FIFTY CENTS a yeai in cicancc, TWO LM>LLAR8 for SIX M>)XTliS, an.l ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Hi*oli capita o>? c*?rr. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1854. NO. 404. in n mipns. rSOM THE HOUSE OF ?K H. McDOlCALD, 102 Xauan Street, corner of Ann.) tub POl^lfcOMPANY, MANUFACrUKERS OF a V M POWOER, Oontint>e to farni.'h Gunpow l*r of ?'l th>*ir well kuowa br^iids vis: KK.STUCKY KIFLK, SKA f?H "OTlNtf, AMKKICAN SPOKTING. INDIAN RIFLE. rLB.TRIC. LUCK SHOr/TINO, in k*rs. half and quarter keg?, ani Canisters of one pound fifh. Aise, a fall ??orm?nt of Powler tor Misting and Mining p...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 April 1854

nAILY EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY VKTEUVMIN. APKIL, 14 AGKM( IE? FOR TKIR STAR. Persons in R ALTucrai wishing to subscribe foe tf?e Dmly Erfrnnt Star, can have it delivered to them on the evening ot its issue, by faithful camera, by leavinf their nacitu at the store of GATHERS k BRO., corner of Hollidav and Bulumore streets. At WiTjn*?To?, D?u, B. 3. R- BUTLER, 114 Market street, will attend to the delivery of the Star At Philadelphia.J- T. BATES, at the Exchanre ean furnish those who wish copies of the ?star early on the morning after its issue. At PoiTwom A?n Norfolk, Va., R. 6. STA PLES, No. -W High street, Portsmouth, ia prepared to ?erve the Si or regularly to all who may wish it. At A**AroLiii, Mo., NORMAN LESLIE will act as Agent for the delivery of the Star on the evening of its issue. TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. No subscription d.scontinued unless by positive order left at this office. The p"tvilege of Annua! Advertiser* is strictly limited' their own immediat...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 April 1854

daily evening star. i ~~fonjL i irmim c i. " Oak FIill Ckmkterv.?A few days ago. we give a bref description of thi< beautiful spot, ami 9?me 'be monuments that its pre c:o^3 We shall now notice a few 0tiers, observing however, that the groundi cottaia many others, which are well worthy t iaspection as specimens of monumental ralpture. Conspicuous among them, an ele jjut monument in the florid Gothic is notice* 'e with an inscription on the east side, giving .j.e name. nativity, and age of the deceased, .jseph F"wler, who died at New Orleans. *ving a fortune of a million of dollars, to be ?ni*l *?"ng bis surviving kin in George The monument was made by Baird A j Brofb*'' Baltimore, and cost $1 300. It is 'n *be centre of a circular plat of ground, turfed and planted with trees and ?srats. A siailar plat, (but on which there i? u present no monument, and we hope that ?ueh a memento will not be seen lor many vcars t ? pome.i has been assigned to Mr. Cor coran. the d.nor of the Cemet...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 14 April 1854

OUT VATIOYAL ETSIGH Flag of the planet gems ! Wliow sapphire circled diadmis Stud erery net, anil shore and iky ; Oh! can thy children gaee Upon thy sliver blaze, N'or kindle at the ray*, Which led the brave of old to die ? Thou banner! beautiful and grand, Float thou l<>rever our land! Flag of the stripes of lire, Low; as the bard hi? lofty lyre Can strike, thou shall inspire our song? We'll sing 1 l?e?-?round tht hearth, We'll sing thee?on strange earth, We'll ring thee?when wr forth To battle go?with clarion tongue! F'jtg of the free and brave in blood. For aye be thou the blest of God: Flag of the bird of Jove, Who left l.is home, the clouds above, To point th* hero's lightning path ; Around thee will we stand. With glitfring sword in hand. And *wear to guard the land_ Which queli'd the British lion's wratn; Flag of the West: be thou unfurled, Till the last trump arouse the world . Flag of two ocean shores, Whose everlasting thunder roan From deep to deep, in storm and foa...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 April 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (KXOKPT^SCjrDAT,) M ikt Sttr OtfL*, on D Urret, ruar 12U, Ktarty Ofipo tilt Uu Imint Hotel, Bf WALLACH fc HOPE. To subscribers in the cities of Washington, George :own, Alexandria, Baltimore and PluladeJ pbia, a f.) per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?week Ijr in tne Areata. To mail sutweribers the sub ?, riwion price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in adcarue, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tor THREE M'?NTH9. Si*oli corns ov* ccxt. C., SATURDAY, APRIL *i - ? rEOM IH? HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Nawau Street, (corner of Ann ) THE P9WDER COMPANY, MANUFACTURERS OP ? P| POWDER, O>ntiuo?? to furnish Gunpowfcr of ?'l rh^fr well ka.>*n breads, vix: KK.\TLTCKY RIFLE f?E* SHOOTING. AMKRIOAV SPORTING INDI VN RIFLE, fcLBTTRlC, LU;.K SHOOTING, iQ ke? half anl quarter kegs, an 1 Canisters of one pound e.ch. Als?, a fail a?sor;m?nt of Powder for blasting and Miaing purpose?, and fur Export. The reputation , ef their Gunp>wl*r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. ffASUINC^TON CITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 15 TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. No subscription discontinued unless by positive order ie't at thia offlce. The r-iriJefe of Annual Advertiser! Is strictly limited I their own immediate husinew; and all ad verusemenu for the benefit of other peiaons, as wHI as all advertisement* not immediately connected v lin their own brwinpss, and all cias?es of advir tisem^nts, in length or otherwise, beyond the limits cr.r?g*d, will be charged at the usual rate#. For all such transient advertising, bills will be separately rendered, an.l prsmpt payment is desired. Advertisements of all kinds are charged for when published in the Star. Reliriou.j, Marriage and Funeral notices, when of moderate length, published at 25 cents, each inser tion. QC^All transient advertisements, without ex rrj-tian, mcst be paid tor in advance. THE WEEKLY STAR. We again call the attention of the pub lic to this valuable family and Washing ton news jour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. 1 LOCAL ISTKLLIftfiNCE. Centre Market.?The dilapidated and badly arrarged Condition of Centre market, was m ui*- apparent to-day. to the manifest dis comfort of manj an individual there. This was felt nwve particularly in that psrt between the buildirgs where there are some rows of shanties, ostensibly covered overhead to pro tect passers by from the bad weather, but the roofing of pianki has been 90 ill managed, that instead of being a protection, they render vor*e. Instead of forming a complete cover ing a space is left open, where the planks ought to have united in the centre, so that the accumulated rain water falls off as quickly as it collects, upon the unlucky passer-by. It may be said that the boo'hs arc for the accom modation of the market people, who pay tolls for their use. but that is no reason why the citizens in general are to be thus exposed to an inconvenience which they would not natu rally sustain. If there were no booths at this open part betwe...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 15 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. BEAUTIFUL AJTD CUKIOUJ. as iciornc. We find the following carious piece of poetry in a late samUr of the Presbyterian Maga line The initial capital letters *pell "My boast is in the glorious cross of Christ," and the words in italic, when read from top to bot tom. and from the bottom to the top, make the Lord's Prayer: .Make known the Gospel truths, our father, King; Yield u* thy grace, derr ftfher, from above ; Hies* us with hearts which feelingly can sing Oar life thou art for ecer, God ol love. Assuage our griefs in l.-ive for Christ, we pray, Since the brifht prince of heaven and gtorv died I Took all our ahaiue, and hallowed the display, In first be ing man, and then being crucified. Stupendous God! thy grace and poorer made known In Jesus' name let ail the world rejoice; New labors in thy heavenly kingdom own. That blessed kingdom. for thy saints the choice ; How vile to come to thee, it all our cry, Enemies to thy self, and all that's thine Graceless our w...

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. — 17 April 1854

THE EVENING STAR .5 PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (KiCEPT^SCNDAT.) At tke Strr Otflse, on D street, near 12tA, nearly *TT* nt* ike Jrvitig H*tei, Br VYALLACH ?1 HOPB. To sobacrib?*rsinthecitie? of Washington, Qeorge iojth, Alt-1-. r.lna, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $3 IS per annum, payable?SIX CENT8?week \y to the Ageflts. To mail Fiibfrcribere the sub scription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CSVT3 a year in airarut, TWO DOLLAB8 for SIX MONTH.", ar.d ONE DOLLAR far THREE MONTHS. Sisar.a co?i?g osa c?ht. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C? MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1854. NO. 406. FROM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, 102 Nawaa Street, ;corner of Ann.) TUB POWDER COMPANY, M ANUFACTURER5 OP GUS POWOKK, Continve to f irnish Gurpowd?r of a'i their well known brands, ?>*: KENTUCKY RIFLE. SEA SHOOTING, AMERICAN SPORTING, INDIAi* RIFLE, ELECTRIC, DUCK SHOOTING, la kegs, half snd quarter key, and Can liters of one pound e Al*. * fa''. ??ortmeiii of Powder for blasting and M'oing purposes and for Export. Th...

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. — 17 April 1854

PA IXY EVENING STAll WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 17. THE STAB Ilf BALTIMORE. Persons served with the Star in Balti more, are requested to pay nothing for subscriptions to any one beside Andrew Muirhead. who is the agent for the de livery of the paper, until further notice. Any orders left at the book-store of Cathers Sc Brother, corner of Baltimore and Ilolliday streets, or with Andrew Muirhead, No. 45 Britton street, near Madison, for the northern part of the city, will be promptly attended to. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The lnteliigencer comments on the pa pers bearing on the Koszta case, sent in to the House by the President on Friday last. Our cotemporary says: Captain Ingraham, in communicating to the Department, under date of Smyrna, July 3, 1853, the circumstances of the seizure and rescue of Kosita, sajs : " I have taken a fearful responsibility upon ma by this act, (Koszta's release;) but after Mr. Brown had informed me that Koszta had taken the oath of alleg...

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. — 17 April 1854

m? i mi DAILY EVENING STAR. LOCAL IHELUyU'B, Kastkr Mcspat.?This is a great holiday in many countries, both Catholic anu Protest ant. and yet it u a curious circumstance that although a Christian festival, its appellation is of heathen origin, the word Easter being de rived from ihe name of a heathen goddees among the Anglo-Saxons.?The observance of the day is gradually dying out; but it is a great holiday in two of the largest cities of Europe. The working classes of London have kept it from time immemorial. Easter Monday being a sort of saturnalia, on which day they leave the smoky city and pent up factory, for the rural shades of Greenwich Park, to enjoy them selves at the mnnal Easter holiday fair, which is kept up at that suburban town, once the residence of "Jucen Elizabjtl; and adjoining o which, at I'eptford, Peter tne Great studied ?hip building, and exercise l himself in rolling heavy wheelbarrows over the tulip beds of the famous botanist. Evelyn. In Pari-, the day is dev...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 17 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAB,. [Continwdfrom firtl pat*.] life, often said he had given up all hope of life in this instance, and could hardly believe that the weak emaciated female, who.>e capuve thongs he had just cut, could be his deliverer. The biographer of Gen. Dale, John II. F. C laiborne. of Mississippi, cite the above incident, and vouches for its truth. The tales of Knight-Errantry could hardly equal it in romance and wildness of ad venture; and no Bois-de-Gilbert of the Middle Ages, in "panoply complete," could boast greater triumphs of his lance, than Gen. Dale of his hunting knife! After the treaty of peace with the In dians, Gen. Dale settled in Lauderdale county, in the northern part of Alabama, where his log cabin was the seat of an extensive and generous hospitality. In 183G he was elected to the State Legisla ture, in which he served with his char acteristic openness and independence of character. An interesting anecdote of him is related by Mr. Claiborne, in his biograph...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 April 1854

VOL. III. WASHINGTON, THE EVENING STAR 18 PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EICOT^STTKDAT,) At ttu Star Oflht, on D ftreet, near lit*, nearly vpf* ale tke frvu^g Hotel, B t WALLACH * HOP*. To subscribers in ih** cities W iiifiton, George tows, Alexasdria, Balumore aad Philadelphia, a 5; 12 per anntim, payable?SIX CENTS?week iy to the To mail rabsclibera the sub 5?p-jon price is THREE DOLLARS ANT) FIFTY CENT:? a y?r in airance, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MMVTHS, and ONE !>OJ.LAR fcr THREE HOVTH3. Surata coma o.v* c*kt. D. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1854. NO. 407. FBOM THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDOHALD, 1C2 Nawau Street, (corner of Ana.) NOTICE 'IX> THE CtlEDifOIW OF T1IE LATE RFPTR ( Lir <)F TK\ ?ThA erMitors of the late Re f.uV.ic Ol r ore hereby th.it bv an -irt of ih * Lti lat ire of th? Sta!? of Texas apprnve-l Feb. 11th, 15 4. the provisions ot the act entitle! "An act t prori V f ss-ertiinin * 'he debt of the I.t- K.y.ihii - <>fT?xi?. !ippr?>T??J March 2r.th 184S has b~n *- Jt'n'W ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITJf: TT F3DAY APrERVoOX, APRIL 1? THE SI AE IN BALTIMORE. Persons served with the Star in Balti more, are requested to pay nothing for subscriptions to any one beside Andrew Muirhead, who is the agent for the de livery of the paper, until further notice. Any orders left at the lwok-store of Cathers & Brother, corner of Baltimore and Hollidav streets, or with Andrew Muirhead, No. 45 Britton street, near Madison, for the northern part of the city, will be promptly attended to. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRE38. The Union is indignant against the Intelligence for admitting into its col umns a defence of the Cuban Government's recent official publication against the Government of the United States. The Urnon further explains the undy ing antagonism between the Democracy and the isms of the day, saying : "All the*>e isms and faction* are naturally hostile to the democratic party, because the democratic party is naturally hostile to them They cannot coale...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 18 April 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. L1KAL IXTKUHHNCB. Thk CochdILS ?In the Boird of Aldermer, the roost important public matter brought be fore their notice, was a communication from the Major, enclosing a copy of the bill for in corporating the Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company, as reported by the Com mittee im the District of Columbia, to the House of Representatives. The Mayor states in bis communication, " The bill has been changed in many ot its features from what it was originally, and although it U not in every respect what couM be desired, it is believed t.> be in a less objectionable shape now than it when first submitted to the District Com mittee." This was read, aud referred to the joint committee representing the interests of the Corporation before Congress. A motion was afterwanls made to reconsider the vote; which, after some discussion, in which several members of the Board participateJ, was nega The bill, as proposed to be introduced be fore Congress enatts that Juhu T....

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

DAILY EVENING STAR. IcW* The following linea. bj a writer well known in various parts of the country, over the signature of ?? John of York," are replete with impassioned eloquence, and were written under very peculiar circumstance* While sitting in his office one afternoon, (he was at the time editing a daily paper in Pittsburg,) an intimate friend came in, and staggering forward, fell upan the floor in a state of beast ly intoxication. Unwilling that hii friend a disgrace should be made public, he locked the office door, admitting no one even on businees. and while there musing over the wreck before him, he penned this ?oul stirring app ?&!: BASH DO WW THE CTJP.? BY W. C. TOBKT. Da?h down the cup!?drink not again .'? Its very touch ia degradation ; U&ick, dash it down ! Ob, do not drain Ita liquid draugt't of deep damnation. Break through it* toils while ret you may? Rush from the warmth of its embracing ; Heed not ib syren calls?away ? Each little dram a grave is lacing. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 19 April 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVEBY AFTERNOON, Ckxckpt^scndat,) M 'kt ."V?r Of!'*, on D Mreet, near 1SCA, nearly off. nit the Irvung Haiti, Bi WALL AC II 4. HOP*. To subscribers in thrciiics of Washington, George town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a $.) 12 per annum, payable? 3IX CENTS?week \y to thr Agents. To mail subscribers the sub scnptiw price w THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a y??ar in o^-ance, TWO dollar8 for ?1x MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sissl* corns osa osirr. VOL. III. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19. 1854. NO. 408. IEIMM1ISMRS. FEOM THE HOUSE OF WM H. McDONALD, 102 Nassau Street, corner of Ann.) BILLIARD TABLES. THE xabscrib-rs baring devote! (hair personal attention for n.any years to tbe manufacture of BILLI ARD TABLES, a i fully competent to exe cute work that will (fire ' itire sjti-faction to the mott astidious Conao-^ieur Being the most exten ?ive manufacturer ia the Union, th-y are enabled tofsroisb amir^rr table at 10 percent, lews...

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