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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 December 1854

evi NING star ? ? ? ? = LILLY DALE. Twu ? calm, still eight, and the moon's pale lip . Shone soil o'er hill and vale, When sad hearted friends stood around the deal ? bed. Of my poor, sweet Lilly Dale! Ok, Lilly : sweet Lilly ! dear Lilly Dale! Now, the wild roues ware, o'er her little green grave, 'Neath the trees in the blossoming vale ! Like a fair flower, white, on that sad, still night Swept by some icy gale? On her couch of snow, in her beauty bright. Lay my ?iear, sweet Lilly Dale ! Oh, Lilly ! sweet Lilly! dear Lilly Dal?! Now, the wild roses wave, o'er her little green grave 'Neftth the trees in the blossoming vale! " LIS'" Bad rtle ,m'led' a* ?he wept o'er the child, 1 o that sinless, happy vale, Where a kind band shall wipe all pain from the brow. Of your poor, dear Lilly Dale !" O, Lilly ! pale Lilly ! sw?ret Lilly Dale ! Now, the wild roe s wave, o'er thy little green grave. 'Neath the trees in the blooming vale! The moon went down, 'neath the forest brown, And the star...

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. — 6 December 1854

V TflK EVENING STAB J>TTBU<!>[EJ KVERY AFTERNOON, ^ (axcxrr sitndat,) * At the Star Buildings, torner Pennsylvania arerne and Eleventh. street, By WAIjLACH <% HOPE) WJj h?? ?erved to ?nbscribert in Uie cities of Waah ?upon, George sown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at SIX ATJD'A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble w-' k'v to the Ae''iits?. To mail subscriber* the *abjcription price i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT? i year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and OXE DOLLAR or THREE MONTHS. corns oni ctwt. VOL. IV WASHINGTON D. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1854. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. OABUSKT & UNDERTAKER. T;i ft undersigned wtuid r*9pectffally inform hJi fri'-i*, wjBwot?nc?p, and the public ^vnerally that he s'ill ecntfnvM t* executo aH orders in his Una cf bcr???? in the bsct stanaor wd at tbe pfcort m* notio. R.XPAIRIJIG neatly a1*! promptly executed. Pl'HSRALS fitter ded to at ? ;r~ -3 th? shorte.'t actkv. and ".-' the bi-st oanair. Bv&aprrtemd m the ir.czi perfect...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 December 1854

EVENING STAR* WASHINGTON CITY; WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON.. .December 6 Agents for the Zoning Star oat of Wash* iagtoa. Persons at adistanj? wanting the Daily livening Star, at the earliest period after i* 3 Issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, bj E. S. R. Be* lew ?<,. 114, Mark.. .treat. ' Baltimore, by Henry /Taylor, 6 an iron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzmiller. Alexandria, Va., by Wm. F. Carnk. No. 60 King street, corner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Richmond, Va, by Smith & Fore, Nos. 150 Broad street, and 194 Main street. Portsmoufc, Va., by A B Owens. No. 70, High street. SPIRIT OF THE MGRNIN3 PRESS. The Intelligencer thus notices the eleotion of Senator Jesse D. Bright, to be President of the Senate, pro tern : " The honorable J esse D. Bright, of Indiana was yesterday elected President of the Senate of the Inited States by a very large vote?in deed without any serious apparent opposition. While so decided a choice "was undoub...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 December 1854

EVENING STAR. 'local INTELLIGENCE. The Grbat Work of Akt.?Gott's copy, in marble, of the most celebrated statue of anti quity, ?? The Bying Gladiator," now in the Cspitoline Museum at Rome, which is at this time on exhibition on 4i street, near Pennsyl vania avenue, is the motr remarkable speci men of the soulptor's beautiful art ever seen in America. The original has for centuries been the wonder of the world, the name of the artist of antiquity who chiseled it being lost. From the certificates of some of the most celebrated artists of modern times, which we have obtained permission to publish and here with append, it will be perceived that the work now ia Washington is an exact copy of the world-renowned great original. Id itself, that is, in its execution, it far surpasses any piece of sculpture ever before brought over. Every muscle and tendon shown in extension, is as delicately executed, as the sublime work achieved by the artist in copying the oxpres lion of his subject, bo l...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 December 1854

evf.Ming star. r ? - ? r ? .- -? - I I in n ~ - n BLIGHTED. The yews they comf, and the years they tr. Lake wind* that Mow from sea to s-ea; From dark to dark they come and go. All in the dew fall and the rain. Down by the stream there bj two sweet willows, Ylu&b thee, babe, while the wild wind* blow ? One hale, one blighted, two wedded willow-, All in the dew-fall and the rain. irlhe is blighfd, the fair young willow,? Hush thee, babe, while the wild winds Mow? She hears the epnng blood beat In the bark ; She hears the spring leaf bud on the brugh, But she b^nds blighted, the wan weeping willow-, All in the dew-fall and the rain. The stream rtins sparkling under the willow,? Hush thee, babo, while the wild winds blow,? The summer roae-leaves tall from their stem. The Winter's oak leaves drop in the stream ; But ?hf bends blighted, the wan weeping willow. All in the dew-fall and the rain. Resist not Evil.?The pastor of Ober lin having received warning that some uncivilized and b...

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. — 7 December 1854

THE EVENING STAB PTTBLrSHKD EVERY AFTERNOON, (izoan SUHBAT,) At tks Stmr Hi'iMivgs, earner Pennrylmtm* avtnne. avd Eleventh street, By WALLACH A HOPE, IV iU br served to subscribers ta the cities of Waah ^fton, Georgetown, Alexaadria, Baltimore ami Phila dHpin^, "it SIX AND A QUARTRR CENTS, paya ble wfeirfv to the Ar-nts. To mail aabecriben tha tnbacri prion price if THREB DOLLARS AND PFPTY CEBITS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR ?or THREE SfONTHS. <jQP?Si!f?l? coma ohi CM! VOL. IV WASHINGTON, D. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1854. NO. 603. UNDERTAKERS, 4c. L CABINET Mx\KER & UNDERTAKER. Tag oa<-'?r?ign<?l would respectfully inform his friends, acquaintances, ?ud the public generally that be still eonlirnea to execrte all orders in hie line of business in the fcfft-asn^er ted at the abort as* notice. RXP1UIISU neatly and promptly executed. VUSF.RALS attesdei to at ? 14 ? , the ihorteat noil:*, s.!id in the bestr-" "?c.'Kga( manner. Btdis.t f ramed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 December 1854

EVENING STAB, WASHINGTON PITY: THURSDAY AFTERNOON Docesabr 7f Agentt for the Evening Star out of Wash. ington. Persons at a d is tame wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its Issue, can be aooommodated at_ Wilmington, Delaware, by E. B. R. Butlxr, No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by H*xrt].Tatlob, Sun llron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzkillxr. Alexandria, Va., by W*. F. Carxx. No. 60 King street, oorner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Richmond, Va , by Smith A Form, Nos. 160 Broad street, and 194 Main street. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owxxs, No. 70, High street. JOB PRINTING. Oar friends will find us prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job Prixtixq, with neatness and dispatch on very reasonable terms, from Cards up to Book Printing. We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS The Union eulogises tke portion of the mes sage which the editor regards as acomment&ry upon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 December 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Public Schools?The Board of Trustees met lastevening in the City Hall. Present, Mean Davis, (chairman,) Baoon. Lord, Ma Kdar, Hanson, Dixon, At Lee, Bennett, and kanson. The proceedings of the last meeting were read and approred. On motion of Mr. At Lee, Mr. Knapp, of New York, the anthor of a system of penman ship, had leave to make explanation* in regard to it. The Secretary presented his monthly report relating to the printing and distribution of oertificates. to be given by the teachers to the pupils, monthly or oftener ; the exclusive use of a room in the City Hall for the deposit of the books and papers of the Board; Air. Knapp's system of penmanship, and the meet ing of the teachers at the Smithsonian Initi. tation; a uniform mode of making the monthly reports of the teachers; uniformity in school houses; occupation of school houses by church meetings; unfitness of some of the buildings rented for schools, particularly Primary No. *'???? ?ITt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 December 1854

EVENING STAR. TTEDtAJTS SONG. A* SCUO BY MA*TR* JO*" ADAMS, Of KmkePs Opera Troupe,jrritten by C. fV. Tay Jmre, and deficafd to He Franklin Fire Company of Washington, and rill be sung at the National Theatre this (Thursday) evening. The gilded p?fe of Hisfry telia,~* Of deeds which hero anna hath done And world-resounding pean swells, O'er Woody fielda by warriors won, But nobler than the warrior brave A greater hero yet than he Is the Pireman, who fights to save? The champion of humanity. Chora*-A blessing on each sturdy arm, And for each noble heart fresh joy, Of those who shield the weak from harm, Cod blesa?God Mass the Are boy. The warrior hnid the battle's roar, Follow* where bright glory leadt>, llis laurels thrive 'mid human gore, And mourning hearts record his deeds. The Firemen (God bless their names) Asks not reward?nor seeks applause. Yet thinks, a battling 'mid the flames, 'Tis in appealing sorrow's cause. Chorus?A blessing on each sturdy arm, he. Vigilant where sor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 December 1854

_ THE EVENING BTAIi PiTRlJSI!1Cn EVERY AFTERNOON, (KOH-I FUVIUT,) <41 lb* S ;r Hftiidinesj corner Pennsilmma *V1U" mmd Eltcrrtk street, By WATiLlCn & HOPE, W'i't b** :n mi^cnbtr* in ti: _ of .Wish i nwn?,(?ror^?:/>wn. Alexandria, B?tUm?K? ^ndPai!* t SJX AND a quarter CENTS, pay* ! * w -?*!?/ .?> ?'ic Ar*r'*. To miiil robscribeni the ilMcn|?U'm pre* ia THREE DOLLARS AND nPTV i'ENTS i year in advance, TWO DOL I.AR^ for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR t THREE WOYTHtf. |^Sik,ui corns out OfNT. TOW, D. C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1854. NO. 604. UNDERTAKERS, &c. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. TBS undersigned wonid reepeotfully inform his friends, acqaaintance*. and the public geherally iat fc* itl'i contira?5 to execute *11 orders in hw 1-14 o! busineee in the beet maacet and at the short oat no ties. H.1CPAIRING n?*tly ar?d promptly executed. Fl'.tKftALS attended to at ?ft (>!? gfc rtwt notie*. wad in the Vst *?CS9?K3 aaun^r. Hrviiupreserved in the m$ti ptrfti * tr, ezen in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 December 1854

evening star. WASfllNQTON UITY: FBI DAY AJT&BHQOH Dee^btr 8. Agents for the Evening Star oat ?f WMh. i* ington. Persona at a distant wantir^ Dailij Evening Star, at the earl'^ a||#t ^ issue, ean be acooa^.'^uted at Wilmington. ^laware, by E. S. E. Butujb, No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Hbhbt Tatlob, Sob Iron Bail dings. Harper's Ferry, by Abchibald Kitxmillx*. Alexandria, Va., by W*. P. Carh*. No. #0 King street, oorner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Richmond, Va., by Skith A Foaa, Nos. 150 Broad street, and 194 Main street. Portsmouth, Va , by A. B. Owaxg, No. 70, High street JOB PRINTING. Our friends will find us prepared at any moment .to execute every description of Job Printihg, with neatness and dispatch on very reasonable terms, from Cards up to Book Printing We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning. SPIBIT OP THE MOBNING PBISS. The Intelligenetf is to-day devoted wholly to news and miscellany. The Union grows eloquent against Know Not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 December 1854

[EVENING STAR. j LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Rock Crexe Ckxktirt ?The practice of Intermural interments has ever been a qae? tion of doubtfuljpropriety, chiefly, because of their injurious effect on the health of crowded communities. Apart from that consideration, however, there seems to be a peculiar ap propriateness in the selection of a burial place for the remain3 of those we hare hoaor ed and loved and associated with, where, in the deep silence and softening tranquility of nitare beyond the haunts and hum of busy ?3d worldly strife, the tears of sorrowing Mends may flow without interruption, and the meditative mind may prune and purify its desires, and shape its thought! to holy and heavenly visions, undistracted and alone. The i lea of a rural cemetery found its first practi cal embodiment in England in the formation ot a company, little more than twenty yearf ago, who purchased and appropriated to this object an area of about fifty acres not far dis* tant from London. Other establis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 December 1854

EVENING " ? 9?'t fL'?v THS flMI mi OF nro w. ? * j r? a >? * ?V JAJUS^CSSELL LOWELL* Th? snow had berun in the gloaming." And bnsilv afT to* itfght, *? - Had b?cn leaping fiald and highway :. With a silence deep and white. ? **? * ? - -? - F.very pine and fir and hemlock. Wore ermine too dear for an Rati: Agd the poorest twit on the elm tree Was rigged inch deep with pearl. From sheds new-roofed with Carrara, Came Chanticleer's muffled crow; The stiff rails were softened to swan'a down And still fluttered down the snow. I though of a mount in sweet Auburn, Where a little headstone stood; How the flakes were tolding it gentlv, As did robins the babes in the wood. Up spoke our little Mahet, Saying,"Father, who makes the snow.,M And I told him of the good All-Father. Who cares for us below. Again I looked at the snow-fall, And thought of the la?k>n sky. Thai arched o'er our first great sorr&w, When that mound was heaped so high. 1 remember the gradual patience That fell from ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 December 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (VOW BOTH)AT,) Ai tkt 8tmr Building*, corner Fvnnsylvmntm mvetu/e and Eleventh street, Uj TTALLACH * HOPS, WiM be acrved to rabecriben ia the ciiiea of YVaab ingtoa, George to*m, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENT!?, paya ble weekly to the Agent*. To nail tabeeriben the ] subscription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in mdoemct, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR Cor THREE MONTHS. (&?Sui?U conn oaa cm. f VOL. IV WASHINGTON, D. ?., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1854. NO. 605. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. ZHH undersigned would raepectftally inform his ftieuda. acquaintances, and the public generally t ha rtill eontinnee to rs.^jcte ?ll orders in hte line of business la the bis* manner and at the short Ml no tie*. neatly andpromptly executed ffJIBKALB attended to it ?-n?-? the shortest notice, and la the beat VMBV Banner. Bodies preserved in the most per/set man ner, com in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 December 1854

evening star. WASHINGTON PITT; BATTTBDAT AFTKBiroog December 9 THI WXULY 8TA*. ? " We again remind our readers that wa print one of the best weekly papari pabliahad in the Lnitad States at tha low priea of $1 25 ? jear. Thii paper ia printed in a neat qi*rto farm, oontaininf eight pages, and will mit admirably for binding. Itoontaina the oream ?f oar daily paper, and is a weekly hiitorr of the world at Washington, in its news from ?11 parts of the Unjon and Uncivilised world Members of Congress and others wishing to apprise their friends of what is going on here ?ould not do better than prooure this^aper. ' Payment, in all cases, is required in ad vance. KIRIT OF THE MOEHnTGPEESS . The republishes complimentaryno of tb? message from a great many news *?rUd ^ aU qU4rteraof oountry. wport. The Union also contains an arm a?t against the discontinuance of the Mem. Plus navy-yard, and calls on Congress to make further investigation before finally not ing upon the subjeet We are satisfied...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 December 1854

EVENING STAR. L*cAL INTELLI&ENCE. ;JU School op DauNm.?We are happy to 15k re*d?? of the re-opening or the Bchuol of Art and Design, in connection with the Metropolitan Mechanic*' Institute, and "oooom attendant upon the oourse of l,h? l?**aaon, will not be diminished during the present. We were present at the opening on Tuesday apd could not forbear remarking the difference in the appearance of the room at the present time with the last year. The walls which were then without a single orna ment now present to the eye, some of the finest specimens of Architectural, Mechanical and Artis'io drawing and coloring of the best French artists. The great variety of geomet T o forms, with a fine collection of vases, stuffed birds, shells, et cetera, plainly show that the w4?,1\2fthe school are not misunderstood by Prof Whitaker, who has the charge of it. The tisteful arrangement of a choice collection of statuary with numerouseasteafrom the living f>rm, gives an air of eleganoe to the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 December 1854

EVENING STAR. , COVXWAHTEB'S HYMH. '? f?T ?. HUNT, JR. We omi-e thee. O Qodvin tb? *pirit of truth, For merciee conferred from thy bountiful ?tore; Thy ruardian grace, from the morning of youth Bath guided our fcottteps, and will evermore. We praise thee for blessings which yielded relief, When storms of adversity ravaged the breaet; When arrows of sorrow, and poisonous grief, Trobed deep in the heart, and distracted our rest We praise, thee, and worship the?, Father of love. For pleasure enjoyed in a season of wail; Which shed their effulgence around and above, As beams of the sunset illumine a vJle. We praise thee, O God, for the faith of the soul, And yearnings for part in the mansions of peace: Where centres our all of an infinite whole, Mid homes of the angles, where sufferings cease We praise tbse, O God, for the issue of life, And promise ol dwelling in worlds of true blisr, Where all the rude conflicts of passionate strife Art close to the weeping and warring of tbis. Where,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 December 1854

THE RVENfNG 8TAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (sxcm anrcur,) At the Star b' ildivgs, corner Pennsylvania axtnue rend Eleventh street, By WAL LACK St HOPK, Will b?i served to subscribers in t!ie cities of Wssfc. iafton, Qforjeiown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at PIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble weekly to tlir Agents. To mail subscriber! the ?abscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advtmoe, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR "it THREE MONTHS. conn oni VOL. IV *.< WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1854. NO. 606. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. CABINET MAKER k UNDERTAKER. THE undersigned would respectthlly inform hit frl?nd/\ acquaintance". and the public generally -that he still continues to execute all orders in hia I'm of busing in th* b?si rxancer at-4 at the short est notice. EKPAIHIRQ neatly and promptlv executed. FUXEUALS attended to at ?Jf ??a the shortest notice, tr. J in the fc*?t manner. Bodiet preserved in iU most perfect man rsr, evsn in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 December 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON December 11. Agents for the Evening Star oat of Wash ington. Persons at a distant wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, can be aooommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butlkr, No. llii Market street Baltimore, by Hbkrt TATLoa, Son Iron Boilding*. Harper's Ferry, bj Archibald Kitzkillrr. Alexandria, VaM by Wi. F. Cabii, No. 60 King street, corner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Richmond, Va , by Smith A For*, Nos. 150 Broad street, and 194 Main street. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owrks, No. 70, High street. JOB PRINTING. Oar friends will find us prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job Pbi5tiho, with neatness and dispatch on very reasonable terms, from Cards up to Book Printing. We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning. SPIRIT OF THE MOBBING PRESS The Union concludes from the comments of the press upon the message, that the country is highly delighte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 December 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Beautiful Store ?Hilbus k Hits have opened their new and beautiful muiic store in the " Star Buildings," on the corner of Penn sylvania avenue and Eleventh street. It is handsomely fitted up, having a front built by Baldwin A Brothers in imitation ef brown stone, with large French piste glass in the windows and doors, which gives the exterior a fine appearance. The oounters, shelves, and wood work of the interior are of rose-wood color, highly polished and tastefully orna mented by William B. Tode A Brother. The interior is beautifully adorned by handsomely frescoed paper,and busts and engravings of the most eminent musicians and composers. The baok windows are beautifully curtained, and the whole of the large floor covered with Brus sels carpet from the warehouse of Claggett & bod son. The back part of the store is orna mented by an immense mirror from the store house of Francis Lamb, Esq. The gas fixtures have been neatly and substantially p...

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