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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 December 1854

EVF.N^jfi.AXAJ. THE 8TJK SHETES* OVl* AEL. When hop* t? heart fbrmking Go forth in the open day, And watch the sunbeams breakni; As the dark Clauds roll away; Th?n mir-k how they tinge and brighten Each dark spot where they falL Ami thy heart of each care will lighten, For the sun shines over all! When thine eyes with teardrops glisten. And each tender chord is stirred, Then hie to the woods and listen To the sweet song of tlu: bird; And mark how he sina* contented, A* the leaves around him fall, Voii'H forget what you lamented, For the sweet birds sings for all. When all you fondly cherished Hj" parsed, like a dream, away; The love ycu clung to perished, The friendship known decay; Seek then the woodland flower#, They will all the past recall. And point to happier hours. For the bri?ht dowers bloom for all. Tug High Ppice of Paper.?The great advance in the price of paper within the last six months has put the publishers of newspapers to serious reflection how to counteract the evil...

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. — 18 December 1854

r r TTrr qtAH " BLISBBD SVfcRY AFTERNOON, (ixcnn &TTNDAY,) |A? 5/ <r }l?nldinsx, romer Ptnaryl?mi< *v*n??* an// Eleventh street, Rf WJll.F.ACn 1 nOFF, Wilt b- arrvcd to inb^cnbr: t in lh?* en*0* of W ash I* itjb, r?? twn, A! ->t and ? ia. Bllliiaori' ard Phi!** < iplii.t. .it SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pay? t ?? w?M ciy .o t'.f A?fnu?. To mail ?ub?criber? the ? .D3cripti'm price w THREE DOLLAB8 AND I IPTY CENT* % year in advance, TWO DOL 1 \RS for SIX MONTHS, and OWE DOLLAR fc THREE MONTHS. (fc^Sin?L? conn on* t -nr. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1854. UNDERTAKERS, &c. < ABTMFT MAKER & UNDERTAKER. HIES onde: dgnsd would respectffcli* inform his friend*, v^janlntaD'e^, and th* public frenerallv t a* he still scatioTiM to execrte ail ordera in hu 1 of baatesss In ths b*#iy.r n.2erand rt tht rhcrt ? ** notloe. HF.PAl"3?;ij neatly*adftenotlyexecuted. ^ JPUiraCKATjS lU'lIM .it*. ' ,j 1 shcrt-?t n>tfc>?, sM ia tb* t*?t t ^ner. Bydiea frtzfrxfX ii ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 December 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTLRKOOJI Decambar 18. Agents for the Evening Star out of Wash ington. Persona at adistanje wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its Issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. K. Butler, No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Herrt Tatlob, Ban Iron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzmiller. Alexandria, Va., by Wm. F. Carre, No. 60 King street, corner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Kicbmond, Va-, by Smith A Fork, Nob. 150 Broad street, and 194 Main street. Charlottaville, Va., Jambs V. Marking, Franklin hotel. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owers, No. 70, High street. At Orango Court House, Va., D. H. Van Pelt. At Staunton, Va., Thos. H. Greshak. At Gordonsville, Va., G. A. Miller JOB PRINTING. Our friends will find us prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job Printino, with neatnesa and dispatch on very reasonable terms, from Cards up to Book Printing Wo are now rea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 December 1854

ter. 1 AS EVENING STAR. ocal intelligence ' A Ham hie 'hrtragh the Washington Wary Yard?No 3. We will now viidt THE ORDRA-NCB DEPARTMENT, under the diiection of Lieut John A. Dahl gren, (Mr. John Holroyd, foreman ) This is a large and very handsome briok structure, about two hundred feet in length, and sixty fi e feet in width. It is to the visiter one of ti e most interesting departments in the yard. Lore then is a seamengine (Mr. Matthew " Feard, engineer,) of seventy-five horse power, built at this yard by Mr. Win. M. Ellis. This engine driven a large rack machine for boring a d turning brass howitzers, several planing n achir.es, drill presses, and small lathes Heavy and light twelve and twenty-four pound t >at or field brass howitzers, with their car r ages, are here manufactured. All the gun rghts, shot-guages. and other similar fixtures, ?re made in this establishment for the entire l I at/ Here may be seen va.-tt numbers of M?iot and shell, varying from twelve pounders K|...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 December 1854

TBI SH0BXAK1B. BY HiJriUH y. eocLD. f ha ?ho*m*ker tat amid wax and leatk* With lapetone over his knee. Where, snui in hii ehop he defied all weather, Drawing hi* quarters and sole together: A happv oli man wai fx? ? This happy old man was so wise and knowing. The wort)) of his time he knew; He bristled hit end*, and he hept them going. And fell to each moment n stitch was owin?, lTn??I he got roond the shoe. Of every deed that his wax was sealing, The closing was firm and fast, The prick of his awl never caused a feeling Of pain to the toe; and his skill in heeling Was perfect, and true to the last. Whenever ynu gave him a foot to measure, With gentle and skilllul hand He took m proportions w.th looks of pleasure, As if you wen? giving the costliest treasure, Or dubbing him lord of the land. And many a one did he save from getting A fever, or cold, or cough; For many a foot did he save from wetting, When, whether in water or snow 'twas setting, His shoeing would keep them off. When...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 December 1854

- * I THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVTOIY AFTERNOON (Cam SUNDAY,) . At th? $f*r huUdifl?s, comer Ptnnsylvmnxa aven -'ft ind K/evrnth 9tr$rt, By WALLACU At DOPE, Will be served in tibscribfira in the cite* cf Wa?h. niton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltim irr and Phita ??? .Jf\ AI D A QUARTBR CF.NT?, pay* Me wp.;kiy totrtc A.-'n'a. To mart subset ib?n tb? inscription price is TMREE DOLLARS AN1) FIFTY CENT:* i y.ar in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. O^Smeut cortu on Ctirr. ON DERT AKERS, ftc. CABINET MAKER A UNDERTAKER. THE and?riurned would reapoctfbJly inform b'l friend?. aoqnaJntaroes, end tbe public generally tb*t hs stH3 continue" to ftccute all ord-r? In Ivi' Un? of Icjinees la the best sianr.gr and *t the short act notice. RBPAIRIKO neatly and promptly executed. rVMKRALS att-cded to at ?/f ? the shortest nr.tioe, -?nd in tbe V*t manner. BxHtl pres'rtyd in the mnri frrJoA ?na*? rer, tnv% ?r, the loerm'tt uytwthrr. ?.n.inkftal frr pant favors, he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 December 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: TUESDAY AJTEBKOON December 19 SPIRIT OF THE MUlUtlNU PR2JBS The Intelligencer characterises the anti Know Nothing speech of Mr. Barry aa one of great fluency, and the Know Nothing speech of Mr. Banks as very forcible. The same paper advocates the Metropolitan Railroad. The Union pays its compliments 'to Mr. Sollers, of Maryland, saying; Mr. Sollers, of Maryland, has become, in some sort, the leader 0f the opposition in the House of Keprese'^ atives. He started with quite a hurrah; and after attacking the adopte 1 citizens, no? forgetting the "rich Irish brogue ' and ' * ne sweet German accent," which Bo fascinated Gen. Scott in 1862. and oblitera ted the early demonstrations of that eoldier candidate p gainst all adopted oitizens, he at tempted to make an assault upon the admin istration of President Pierce, which would hare come with a better graoefrom a northern abolitionist. We do not pretend to state the fact, but it occurs to as, that Mr Sollers i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 December 1854

EVENING STAR; LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Coc.icilh ?Board of Aldermtn.?Th? Bo^dmet at the usual hour, the President (Mr. iii 11.) in the chair. Mr Fitipatrick introduced a bill for the re lief of Margaret Tilghman: referred to the committee on claims Also, a joint resol uti on providing that the two next meetings of the Washington Councils shall be en the first and last Tuesday of Janu ary next, passed. Petitions of J. A. Montrose, Henry W Fur gerson and Jno. W. Young, for the'remission of fines, wore presented and referred Mr. Pepper introduced a bill appropria-injr $200 for the burial cf the out door poor or Washington city. Mr. Pepper explained that the law called for this appropriation, the amount heretofore appropriated for it being exhausted: bill passed. ' Mr Houston introduced a bill appropriating $16i, to pay the balance due for the new suc tion of the Columbia Fire Co.; reierred to the committee on the fire department The Chair laid before the Board a comrau "ica I.?.n fr.om ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 December 1854

evening star. TO FL0EEWC8 HIGBTIITOALE Lady ! in our England's story, There are names we proudly say Names of women writ in Heaven With us Mill, and pa^d away?' But in all the awning record Which tly angels love to read, F17 ?*r' c,aini the eRrnest homage B* our heart* to thee decreed. Lady! when to weeping households Word of thy devation came, High and lowly called thee angel. Wives and mothers blessed thy name; W here the rectory rosea cluster, Where the whitened cottage peers, In the old manorial mansion Eyes were filled With thankful tears. L,Vl3L! lhe wounded soldier Lifts his head and looks on thee, Hope will come and softly whisper He may yet re-cross the sea; Vet return his mother's kisses, As she shudders at his scars, Yet behold x face still dearer Seui in dreams beneath the stars. Lady ! thou *as left for duty, All that gives to life its charm, And we pray that God may keep thee With thy sisters sale from harm. Ever shall thy name and story Cause the heart a blissful thri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 December 1854

TilK EVEMNO STAR i'VI'BLLHUJEU fcVERY AFTERNOON, (ixoi^r sottdat,) At S.,zr !!>rildings, c4>rv*r Penntylvmni* ?trt ? }i? a>**i Rfevtnih street, Bf >VAM.ACH 3c II O F K , Will t ?? s?*rvin wtwlbiin fa lh?* citi-*s uf \\ u(|. tagtm?.Ceo.gv^wp, Alexandria. B iftini wand Phila ? IpL.j, ai HLX AND A QUARTER CBXTM, paya * v... ki t u> the Ai^ss. To mail subscribers the >'?b!ivri^t??:n ;irico is THREE DOLLARS AND I IPTYCENTSa rw In advance, TWO DOh 1ARS for SIX WONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR '? r THREE Y ">NTH*. maim rortia on ? XlfT. AVOID ALL QUACKERY, A NO TAKi MEDICINES PREPARED BY A A REGULAR PHYSICIAN ONLY. LIVE PK0 LONGED, A CURE FOR ALL PAIN, COUGH8. COLD>, CONSUMPTION, UROU[\ WHOOPING COUGH, LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, IN IGEiTION SOUR STOMACH, SCROFULA, ALL KKIJ ERUPTIONS, AND ALL FEMALE COM PLAINTS. DK J. 8. RO'I'S CELEBRATED FAMILY MEDICINES aw th? ivsult of thirty years practice u Philadelphia. Iiis preparations are for each ?viiphiint, an 1 hare b?en well test...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 December 1854

evening star. _______________ _ r ?> v -** ? .? - * t - - ' 4 W A ail IN faiTOK CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTEaifOOIC..December 20. SPIEir OF THE MCii^lNG PRESS. The Intelligencer, speaking of Mr. Badg?r's bill to increase the pay of members of Con gress and the judges of the United States Su preme Court, says; i "It is surprising, indeed, in view of theoir* cumstances which have heretofore prompted an increase of pay to other public servants, that the move no* made by Mr. Badgar has not been made before; but there is a fitness in the introduction of the proposition by a mem ber who, while he may be supposed to have felt the justice of the measure, will not be here himself (o erjoy the benefit ofit. Remember ing. 48 we do, the good effect whi;h resulted to the business of Congress from the experi ment of the salary system many years ago, we could have wished that the increased eompen tion now proposed to that branoh of the Gov ernment had taken the same shape " Ihe Union, discussing the ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 December 1854

?EVENING STAR, ;; LOCAL intelligence. Truth finding Justice ?The distinguished Professor Robertson?h^m who bad the honor once on a time to be in limbo at the instance of tbe whole Senate of the United States, it will be recollected?being solemnly impressed with the idea that ?'justice" requires that the readers of the Star should enjoy a s%ht of the "truth." with reference to his so eloquent and indignant speech when "called out" recently at the National neater, (Yankee Doodle not being present to respond in return ?or the honoT conferred on him by associating his name with that of the illustrious professor aforesaid.) sends us the following correct ver sion of James Robertso* s Speech?At The Na tional Theatre on Monday eight, Deo 11 1S54, Which was Caused by the following : ' Tub CoHuimRr*.?"Why does the appear ance of Robertson, the editor of the 'Truth,' excite our patriotic feelings and renew afresh the recollection of the animating scenes of the 'times that tried men's souls?' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 December 1854

E V EN INGJSTAR; ?'OH MOTHEE 0? A JACE BY WlLMOt < Oh mother of a , Yet lovely in thy youthful gract. The elder dames, thy haughty peer,, A mfre and hate thy blooming years. With ward* 01 shame And taunts of scorn they join thy name. "For on thy cheek the glow ''sPr*a'j That tints thy morning hills with r?d> Thy step?the wild doe'a rustling feet Within thy woods are not mora fleet; Thy hopeftil eye Is bright as thine own sucny sky. "Ave, let them rail?those haughty ones While ?afe thou dwellest with thy sons. The? do not know how loved thou art, How niflnv a fond and fearless heart Would rise to throw Its life between thee and the foe. "They know not, in their hate and pride, What virtues with thy children bide; How true, how good, thy graceful maids .Make bn?ht, like flowers, the valley shades; What generous men Spring, like thine oaks, by hill and glen. '?What cordial welcomes <rreet the guest My tbv lone rivers of the West; How faith is kept and truth revered, And man is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 December 1854

TFTF EVENTS STAR . UBLbHED EV'EilY AFTLRNOON, (DOTP* 8T?MT>4T,) At ths Sm- Buildvmrs, corner Pennsylmmnem avevrtf a.r i E'tvtnth street, H i IF i I, L A (' SI & HOPF. vVftil b?* (enred to rabscriberc ia th?- citie* ??' ^Vx-h ;i.av>t, C'-o*!|e?wa, Ales lUilria, R.ViiaiTf rniti Pr.ila iHc-tM, r.! flX A VP A QUA.ITiiH rENTi*, pafa ? e wv.eX: * :?? < '?* Aa -J!*". To mail subscriben? th* u>.> pfict* i< T1!R?? D()LLARS AND t IFVV CENTS a y?*?r in advance, TWO DOL I.ARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR ?t THKBE MONTHS. Oty-Siwoit copim oke r.Rjrr. AVOID ALL QUACKERY, And t\k? midicinks prepared by a REGULAR PHYiTCIAV ONLY. LI KB PRO l^XQKu, A i'JKK F03 ALL TAIN, COUGHS. CoLTte, C >N*U>iPriO>f, CROUP, WHOOPING C'JL'GII. LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEP3IA, IN digestion sour stomach, scrofula. ai.l SKIN KMJPTION3, AND ALL FEMALE COM PLAINTS'. 0':' J. 3. RO-JE'3 CELEBRATED FAMILY ME'JIJIKE? .\tm th ? result of thirty years practice a PhiUd-lphir. Hi' preparations aie for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 December 1854

EVENING STAR. WA STI IN GTO-; JIT Y: IHUR3DA? ? ??? December31. JOB PRIKTINCI. Our friends will find us prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job Printing, with neatness and dispatch on very reasonable terms, from Cards ap to Book Printing.- We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning Agent* for the Evening Star oat of Wash* ington. . Persons at adistan:e wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E*S B. Bctler, No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Hbnrt Taylor, Sun Iron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzmillrr. Alexandria, Va., by Wm. P. Carhr. No. 60 King street, corner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Kichmond, Va., by Lbwis L. Smith. No. 150 Broid street, and 194 Main street. Charlottsville, Va , James V. Manning Franklin hotel. Portsmouth, Va , by A. B. Owbnb, No. 70, High street. Orange Court House, Va , D. U. Van Pelt. Culpepper Court House,Va., J....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 December 1854

EVENING STAR. l or a l in r;igexce. Seldes Withers A Oo?It appears *~~om the following that oar neighbors of the Globe are showin/ up the above named firm in any other than an enviable light: After the Globe for last evening was put to presj; we received the following note from Charles Pettit, a messenger of the Treasury Department, who is set down among the assets of the afcove firm as owing it exactly one >lred tim't a* much as he says he owed it: 1 '/*<? the Editrr of thn Lilobe .* In the publi cation in last evening's Globe of the liabili ties and asse's of the firm of Selden, Withers A Co , I find in the schedule of notes and bills dioounted an alleged re*9 of mine for $1,525 I beg leave to say that this is a mistake, as I have never given a note for that sum to said firm, or to any person whatever. The firm held a small note of mine for $15 25, which has been taken up and satisfied. " Charles Pettit. " December IV, 1854." We have heard that there are other gross errors i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 December 1854

EVENP'G STVR. TU VOWS OF M&K Write on th? rand when the tide ia low, Seek the spot when tfie waters flow; WTiiwp^r a name wh*n storm is beard, Pause that the roll" ma> catch the word; it' that yon write on the sand should last', If echo is heard 'mid the tempests' blast. Then believe, and not till then, That there's truth in the vows of men. Throw a rose on the stream of morn. Watch ut eve tor the flower's return; Drop in the ocean a golden grain, Hope 'twill shine on the shore again: If the rose you again behold. If you gaze on your grain or gold. 1 hen believe, and not till then, There is truth in the vows of men. The Rush for Office?There appcan to be trouble among the new party in Baltimore, notwithstanding the many protestations to the contrary. The Baltimore American, favorable to the new city administration, sajs: " There is qoite an interesting time now-a days at the City Hall, preparatory to the makiDg up of the green bag of the Mayor for the presentation at the annu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 December 1854

WE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, C*X09TT SUHDAY,), , At the Star Butfdinc*, corner Ptntuflvmtu memtrie &*id Kltnenik urut, By WALL4CH * HOPE, W?1 bv *^w??d tn ffibecrith** hi th* ciHes of Wasto lnftr.n,0 ?"?*?? "own, Al?*?n1r?, Pjlt??i}~rr 13d Phil* delphia, 11 ?IX AND A QUARTER CEIVTy, paya Wc tveelfly to the Agents. To mas subscribers th* subscription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY rtrYTfl a year in idvmnct, TWo DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOllab for THREE MONTHS. (fcy-Sikoli coma o?? cm. OFFICIAL T?umi Dbfaktkxxt, August 2fi, 18&. Notice la Hereby given to the holders of t&a foi 1? wing-described stocks of the United States, thai this department ia prepared to purchase, at anj time between the date hereof and the 20th day 01 NoYember next, portion* of thoee stocks, amounting in the aggregate to $3,840,000, In the manner and on the terms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In caaeof any contingent competition, within th< amount stated, preference will be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 December 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAT AnuIOOI December 22. 8PIBIT OF THE XOKHUfQ PRESS. The Union disousses the tariff question with the Philadelphia North American, and con tains a card from Hon. Mr. Richardson, of Illinois, in refatation of a story laying that he owes)fcis re-election to Know Nothing votes. This he deniea, and presents statistics to dis prove the allegation: " The Know Nothing papers that make this accusation know well that their societies were organized for the benefit of my opponent, and that he obtained their votes. Without this organization, and upon the Nebraska issue alone, my majority, in my opinion, would have been increased near two thousand. " Is it a part of tha system of the Know Nothings to claim every victory, in order that they induce the belief that they are not om nipotent ' is this the way in which their dis tinguished advocate (Mr. Banks) claims that they control legislatures, courts, and judges? Is it a part of their plan, when they mean to utt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 December 1854

pVENJNG STAR, pr /iVrgj.l./g?Arci= Directory for the Holidays. A. the time if now ?t hand for ottrcitisens to lay in their stock of goods for the holiday 'eason, aad purchase present* for their chil dren, relatives and friend*, wo embraOe ihe opportunity to call their atteation to the ad vertmng column* of the Evening Star, where they will find ofierod for sale, by the most trustworthy merchants of the DiitfHt, goods of all descriptions, suiting every variety of * *?!f *ho.s~" substantial? - r Msgs wha? maxe glau the inner man, are advised to oall on the following named GROCERS : Joseph W. Davis, corner of 9th and E streets A. Jackson, corner of 13th and H streets; ' Murray A Semmes. Pa. aven?e, between 4* and 6th streets. Robt K. Tweedy, corner of Pa. avenue and 13th street; Z. M P King, corner of I and 15th streets; I Wm. Orme, Pa. avenue, between 10th and 11th streets; Thos Delaney. No 57, La. avenue Lc.o^ia,kt ' No- 4#1 "? conpbctionerv. Persons wanting oonfeotionery and cakes i...

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