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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 January 1855

EVENING STAR. ~~LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. L?crr** o* thi Pacinc Railroad, by Boo T- Q Benton, before the Young Mopa Christian As.ociation of Alexandria, on Fri day evening. Jlr. Benton commenced bj saying? acoept^d the invitation with pleasure, for the object of the Associate n wu a laud vie odo. and the subject be should speik on *a? of creat ihterelt not onl/ te him but V> the pubW. ...? Groat ideas may be dropped, and then losjg Uy dormant A Virginia clergyman, one hundred jeers ago, mentioned the greet good the country would receive from a communica te Set ween, the Atlantic and Pacific .Jef toraou ww his papti *t lb* th*"-!?? caught the idea, and when at tbo head of the Govern ment. sent Lewis and Clark to eipiore the hitherto unknown western country. Wash ington was imrres*ed with tbo necessity of oonnectlng James R: er with tbo Ohio, an i left no means an'.rird to effoot it. Steam now brings us noaie. the Ta^i?t than h* to the Okio The time was when the discovery of a route for ...

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. — 22 January 1855

EVENING-STAR. DTUfO OIXL 10 H?B LOYKB. Go, false one, go, I would out keep That hea-t of thine in thraldom now ; For men these eye* sliall cease to weep? Cold death shall damp my marble braw. Take back the glowy ringlet dark. The glittering ring and golden hunt, And oh, take back that perjured heart, Thy broken vow? and plighted hand. A fairer maid inay thee caress. Her snowy t<ea?t thy pUlow be; Her rosy lip the brow may press, But never ?an the love like me. Her hand may ease iby aching head, Her silvery tones salute tbine ear ; But will she cling when all have fled, And hold tby very follies dear ? _ ? *H?, how I worshipped at thy shrine? * * How dearly prized Uiy winning smile! My thought, my every wish was thine, _ " How part the flame ! how free from guile! But thou hast hurled the poisoned dart. Ski.'! And chilled this bosom's joyous awell? Hast crushed a fond and faithful heart, ** STTftat loved f< r this cold earth too well. The tie is broke that bound m*; here. And t...

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. — 23 January 1855

TH K VVKWINO STA It \rrasNOON, ;* * WiPl EOI.iMT.) ht :U :1 " '" -?'*1 ton-tr Ptmn?% l*mrnm Ayr . *e ??/ i KUk(nth lirfitt, li f 'J? 4 I. I. tni! A HOPS, IV.!! V *?,v* ?' '''""Cilwi ia tfto r^iit ? >?f Wash lr.'f Biltrmw?n?l Pai)?> i, +n. 31 SIX *YT? AQUARTRR I'EMTP, payt S;t-*.?-kAf? Hit To m.iil aubtcribcnt the ?~<rrut?? ar.o- :? THREE DOLLARS AMD rilTV rj I year in advance, TWO DOL* LARS *'* MOirriW, and ONE DOLLAR x ;i R E E W >MTHfl. n>riKt on I'N'TJERTAKICRS. Ac. CABINET . J AK.1R4 UNDEKTAKFB. mHS anJ-.?i<n*-1 would re*p*ctftilly infi rm hie I fr1?P U. wjuiaiMK *, *ai the public f'Tierally that fc? to execute a!i cr J?r? in hi? Ua* it \9s&** la th? boat mauler vn,\ rI the abort l ?. ?Ctj9*. RKPAl!l(UQ neatlyacdprompt!?eiecTitad. ri'RlCRALI attended to at ?-q , the abort rft nculoe. ud in the \ i*l -*l B?ia?r. pr'Jtrrtd in tks meit yerftct wux* prr, fvn ?'n <V? ?t amtti v*nt?xr. tft'Okfal fr-r r*"t fs.ror?, h? would rc?peetftiliy ?iirst, eal w.*'i ??; l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 January 1855

^ W^iNG ST Alt. w A^HlNfjToy l If V : TUMDAT APTFl'O'iH January 22 Oar friends will find us p.ea&red at ar itol ent to execute every de*oription of Jon 1 Si.Trma, with neatne-s and dispatch on v e*\ reasonable term*, from Cards Hp to Book Printing We are now really to serve all a' ? moment a warning. for the Evening Star out of W<uh. ington. Persons at a distan ?e wanting the Daily hi-tv'tig Star, tt the earliest period after its ''^?i o*n be wamnipiitfd at Wilmington, Del ?ir?rr, by E S. R. Btjtlbr. No. 114, Market ?treet v?n"!itinK)re' b> u**nr Tatlor, Sun iron ? (Hiding?. narprr s Ferry, by Archibald Kitzxiller Alexandria. Va by W* F Carms. No. 60 King street, corner of Fairfax IJreaciick^. utk. Va.. by W M. Mills Caiirl ?tt^vii;e. Va , Robert HorrnAN. Purt5iLou h, Va , by A ti. Owkss, No. 7o High ^re^t ' Orange Court House, Va . D II Vaj? Pflt Culpf>pp<-r Court House.Va . J. B Gorrbll. Wonio^nlle, Va G. A. Millkr fctaunton, Va., !h. s U. Graham. The Urge and conv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 January 1855

EVENING STAR. ' local intelligence. The Oocscjls.?Board of A'dermen met list night at (he usual hour, Mr. Hill in the Chair. t arious billa from the lower board were laid before than and appropriately referred, or otherwise disposed 01. They were at follows, ?is: A bill appropriating $71 for the repaira of the W?t Market; the bill relating to the du ties of sealer of weights and measure*, and filing the salary of that officer, with a lower board's amendment to the amendment of this board, lower board's amendment agreed te Also, the b.il to chjnge the hour for the meeting of the Councils, the lower board hav ing refused to concur in the amendment of thia b< nrd striking oq> 3j p. m , and insert ing in lieu thereof 5pm Mr Borrow* moved to lay the said bill on the table?yeas 5, nay* 3 Mr Clark pre ented the petition of Martin King and others, fur a carb-stone and pare m?nt on the south front oc squarea 87 and 904; referred to the improvements oommittee Mr. Pepper presented a peti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 January 1855

EVENING STAR. 0KTB CHILDHOOD. BT S. D. PBBItTtCK. Tis sad?vet sweet?to listen To the soft winds gentle ?well. And thuik w? hear the music Our childhood knew bo well; To gaze out on the even And the boundleeo fields of air. And fert ?jnm onr boyhood with To roam like an angel there! There are many dream* t (gladneee That cling around the pant? And from the tomb of feeling Old thoughts come thronging feat? The form* we loved *> dearly, In the happy days now gone, The beautiful and lovely, 80 lair to look upot 1. Tbo?e bright and lovely maidens, Whn seemed so formed for hliaa, Too glorinna and too heavealv For such a w rid as this. Whose soft, dark eyes seemed swijiiming In a sea ofliquid lijjht, And whose lock* of gold were streaming O'er brows to sunny bright. \Vhoee smile* were like the siinshine In the spring-time of the year ? Like the changeful gleams f?f Apnl They folio.- ed every year ! They have pa-sod?like hopes?away? All their love lin-** has fl.-d? Ob ! many a heait is m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 January 1855

Evening star OUH CHILDHOOD. bt o. d. raiimc*. Tit tad?yet tweet?to listen To the soft winds senile swell, And think we hear the music Oar childhood knew so well; To gasc out on the even And the boundless fields of air, And feel again our boyhood wish To roam like an angel there! There are many dreams ff gladness That cling around the past? And from the tomb of feeling Old thoughts come thronging fast? The forms we loved so dearly, In the happy days now gone, The beautiful and lovely, So fair to look upon. Those bright and lovely maidens, Who seemed so formed for Miss, Too glorious and too heaven) y For such a world as this. Whose soft, dark eyes seemed swimming In a sea ofliquid light, \nd wh<w locks of gold were streaming O'er brows so sunny bright. WboM smiles were like the sunshine In the spring-time of the year Like the changeful gleams of April They followed every year! Cliev have passed?like hopes?away? All their loveliness has li?*d? Oh! many a heart is mourning That they ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 January 1855

*TT?m:-~r;r. yrZT.y ^FTSRNOOJ! f %r.r*rr f rT3in.iT,; /I J.t? > r ? ' * w-i '%/?? vl* ft / *-* * 5. I. * < bd .V (Ml P R , Wi'l ?"?? ' ? ?' in tr:-: *??..??? <??' W a?l? fng?ia.'Jr -i-.r wn, \:?-x.n. t.fc. ?? Pbi^a if!,'!.: -, ? ? ?NI> A QlMf.TKa ?.*C!fTi?, paaj Htf V ?' '" ? ?? Vk-a Ti. a?i?l subscribe** tfte gab?.-f " r THREE DOLLARS AXI> rirrY*?;L>r.\-** ?? two noir u mm my mi fif|? wm I n h-f ?; H n r. E M>*TII#. (fc^-j'usis ronii om rtirr. WPKBTAKHtg; Jto. CABIN ?1* MAKER A UNDERTAKER^ mHt" un>.--il<n?i wicll rajpectfully inform Ms | fri--. I".? -<j*siiit*aM?. and the pnbllc generally fl-.at ft-' n;ircv tr> nvt? all or>r* la his lie w - "?a tl-?e be*' c--.si.er sud at the &hcrt *r. r-vtc^. RKPAIRIIIO r.*atly ?a* promptly executed ri'XVKAI.^ attends* to at ?ij?? ?, th- ?hcrt vt and in tl>? best WQBMHKr naa a.-. r~- tt<? rottpvrfec* rnsr? nr*. m.?n us IV ?- ?*??<, ? ? - c*- 1 It y iflt f*Tora, be *oold respectfully ie!t ? ai v'll ^...

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

evening star. yr ASH IN^TON ciT Y : WXDITWDA* AJTKT^OOH.. January 84. ^7" The large and convenient dwelling on the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street is for rent. Posses ?on given immediately. For term* ap ply at the Star office. SPIRIT OF TH^ MERINO PRESS. The Union argnes that the n.w party rigor oualy proacribef Democrat.. and i> indignant against Bishop Potter, of Rhode I?land for toadying Que?n Victoria and England. The lnt4lligeve*r\t devoted to sews to dav J ? I3TOur (team boiler .prung a leak 'hi. aorning, whieh caused as to stop running our presses. We are, however, enabled to make our appearanoa this afternoon through the kindness ot the proprietors of the Sentinel, who allowed ua the use of their preas. Hxcbli^bbt In*?Taylor A Maury hire sent as a bottle of '? Otia Record and Copying Ink," which we hare tried and find to be oellent It flow. freely, j. a b9^m j#| black, and doc. not corrode the pen or thicken in the stand as mo?t other ink. do. We ad Ti.a...

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

EVENING STAR. L0CAL INTELLIGENCE. SCIMCB ard IT. Mission -Lecture before the 1oung Men i Christian Association last night at the Smithsonian Institute, by Dr L H Steiner . ' 3 He commenced by speaking of the value of truth, the March made for it by true s'uients and the suoeets thej met with, compared with the liuht found by superficial observers He thought the term science sadly misapplied when given to the art of a Hyer and a Sul livan, or to the useful or any other arts for these arte are the truths of science practical iaed for use Science ects as the vivifyirg ?gent, the idea which requires mechanical ap pliances to adopt it to our wants; but thoegh thoee appliances are wanting for ages, yet this idea is not lees real though ideal, because it is an emanation from trath itself. At last the idea becomes actualiied by means of talent is applied to a practical purpose, and becomes the basis of a useful art Thns it is seen that sconce is rather the mother than the elder sis ter of t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 January 1855

::v; ning star. KY HiTIV* LANS. ? T 44 TUUnn CaiOLC hot." I.and of the foraat and the rock. (if dark blue lake and mighty river, ?>f tnoun'ain* reared alofi to mock, The storm's career and lightning's aliock? My own green laud forever. <i. never may a son of jhine, VV here'er hi* wandering step* incline, Forget the sky which beat above, His" childhood like a dream of love. I and of mv father*! if my name. Now humble, and unwed to fame, Hereafter burn upon the lip, A- one of those which may n<?t die. Linked in eternal fellowship. With vhioob pure, and strong, and high. If the wild dreams which quicken now Ti?? u. robbing pul*' of heart and brow, Hereafter take a real form, l.ik? specres. changed to being* wsirm, And over temples wan and gray, Tlie nunlike crown of glory shi-e? Thine l?e the bnrdV undying lay. The inunnur of his praise be thine. A Dkpaetei? Spirit Sending for his Tba-Kettle.?A sceptical investigator of spiritualism gives to the Boston Times the following chap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 January 1855

THP FVRVTNO STAR PCBLISIIKP FTKRT AFTERNOON. '"Trr?f fi^KTUY,) 41 tJu StT tat usr I'tjwjjlv+ai* J"?r y? V'-vtr.ik It "MX, By WMI.Un 4 HOPE, IVill b? ?rr tr f* i*cr bm to Vte oiliee o: Wash - - a, Alexandria, Baltimore an J Pbila ?H|.\ 4 ND A QUARTKR CBNTB, paya W?w - kit mt'if ^nifc To mail mkserlbra tba su^ecriru-n prier U TIIRE8 DOLLARS AND rifTY CENTS t year in adwmm, TWO DOU LAR-I fat SIX WONTHS, and ON* DOLLAB Car TF1H3B ?*OVTH8. Qp?diiraii coma on eawr. _ ' UNDERTAKERS, ftc. CABINET MAKPJR & UNDERTAKER. T3< ?ndttstgucd would respectfully Inform his Men.' *, acqnaintaa-sa, and the public grnT+tlj that be rtili ooattaa?? So execute all orders la hi One of bu?.n -via Jm b<*t a* nut; and at the thort an: notice j EXPAIK1IG aaatly and promptly ex eon tad.' rUMIcn.ALS attend?d to at ?M -> ! the ab'r*'it o^v.' ?*. and In the bast msi? aaaoer. yr tatrort im t&s mist fir fed r*r, apr? ?w '.V viarmtil <etmh*r. , ? o*ciu.l tor t*-"t farora, he wonld solir*. an 1 *?>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 January 1855

EVENING STAR. W A -?HINGTON PIT Y : THURlDAI AVTSEHOOH January 25 gpIBIT OF TH1 MOB.11HO PRESS The Union's leader is devoted to Know Notbingism, to ehoir that the order nut be standing in Virginia en positions directly the revere* of thoee on which it steads in Mas* sachusetts. The seme journal, making the late anti-Know Nothing charge of Judge Jamee M. Potter, of Pennsylvania, its text, urges that the Jury-box be protected from the influence of secret associations. The InttUigtnctr annoanoes that the Sen ate's jadiciary committee reported back the distriot juliciary reform bill yesterday, (after we went to pre?.J saying : ??The Judiciary Committee of the Senate, through Mr. Touoey, yesterday reported back, with amendments, the bill 44 to re-organise th? courts in the District of Columbia and to reform and improve the laws thereof " The amendments ere important. The first one strike* oat the first section, which proposed to repeal so mnch of formsr acts as oreated the circuit court,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 January 1855

F,VEN1Nft STAR. /-or AL lbTE LLWENC E. Tan Kslwiojb or Plahvs to tbb Sew, ? lecture delivered by Praf Am Gray, at the Smithsonian Institution last night?He said that u he had considered the plant as to its organ*, ita growth, and ita modes or increase, ha wo<-ld now eooalder the kind of life wbioh the plant Uvea, the conditions under which thia life ie enjeyed. and the general purposes whieh vegetation subserves in {the world at large. Plants sustain intimate relations on the one hand, with tt?e soil, air. and sen. and on the other with animals and man. Of these the most important and fundamental, end from which may moat readily be gathered the anawer to the quertWn, " WW dooa vegota tion accompliah. and hew?" ia the relations of plants to the sun. ihe entire dependence of plants to the sua waa first illustrated in the fact that vegetation belongs exclusively to the earth's surface, and is xoet abundan*. other things being equal, jist in proportion to the amount >f light and h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 January 1855

EVENING STAR. HOFAT- OF THE 81A40V8. Tim done ' i)Rad winter b'* lateat glooms, ueneiHloo. o'er the coopered vaar; And reigns {"??"TT ii?a? I tow dead the vegetable kingdoiu lies H iw dumb the tuneftd ! harror wi<fe exteit.lt Htod?*? domaia! Behold, fine man, Hee Here ih> pictured life ; pa* some few years, Thy flowering Spring, thy Summer's ardent strength, Thy sober Antumn fading into age, And pale concluding Winter cornea at last, And shut* the acme. Ah! whither now are1t?d Those dreams of greatness f those unselid hopes Of happiness? those longings after fame' Those restless cares ? thoae basv bustling days i Thoee gay-spent. festive nights? those 'veering thoughts? Lost betweea good and HI, that share* thy lift, All now are vanished ! Virtue sole sarvivem immortal, never failing fr end of man. Hi* guide to happiness on high. And see! Tis come, the gtorioos morn, the second binb, Of beaven aad earth, awakening Nature hears The new crea'ing word, and starts to life, In ever...

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

TTTR KYKXTNTJ STAR 1 PUBUIltro ItVtRY AITSKNOOB.i (nawrt unrDAT,) Ai the Star Buitdingt, earner fnnu^wwu tfA F!*T>??tk ?frssf, Mj wu.ltcn * BOPI, tfUf H -? ry-r1 to aabiTibrr* the eW*a of Wash . to0ea,C"Wft.e?ra, Alexandria, Baltiiaorrand Phil*, eelphta, -it SIX AND A QL'AKTMR CBNT8, psya ?*? tJ>r Agcnta. To mtfl subscribers th? aih~rnr'i r r?c? ?? THREB DOLLARS AMD FIFTY C?m t year ia erfiaaas, TWO DOL LARS r?r *IX MONTHS, and OlfB DOLLAR Kx THKKI MONTHS. tp-diiwu corni oiti CMWf. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. CABINET MAKER A UNDERTAKER. tn<erslgn*d won Id respectfully Inform his JL Mpnd?. acquaintance?, and the public generally that he atiU^jcntinooa to exeoute all orders la ha line of bofiuu in Uu tact auurud ?t the short oat notice KKPAI HIMO neatly and promptly executed PUIERALS attended to at the shortest aotiee, aad ta the heel1 Banner. BkHai preserved to (A* wkeet perfect ner, nri in the warmest weather. *.a*nkful for part favors, ho would reepectfully o?4Mt, and will endeavor t...

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

KVg\I\G STAR. wAsntN^taN cinl V * FBI?AY AFTEKPQON January 26 0O" The large and convenient dwelling on the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street is for rent. Posses sion given immediately. For terius ap ply at the Star office. SPIi.ll 01 1Hfc PRESS The Intel/igtmnr appttn to be satisfied b y the Pacifies newt.-that peso* on the Coot! neat is one* mora at band. The eame ad vices. however, do not strike as in the same light It atrikee us that Nicholas is bat seek la? to indaoo the allies to be dilator y in send ing reinforcements to the Crimea The Union discusses the phase of the Caba question as it appears in the Spanish Cortes, and glories orer American enterprise as cotn pared with tbat of the London Times' cun ment on the transportation of intelligent from Balaklava to London on the ons hand, and from San Francisco to New York on the other, being the Union editor's text. Alexandria, leudrm k Hampshire Rail.oad Company ?Jn Tuesday la*t. the Utd inst., the Board of Direc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 January 1855

evening star. local intelligence. Tm Pmilharkohic Corcbbt ?The concert ni*ht for P?<* <* ??' city, by the(Philharmonic Society, under the direoiion <ol Mr. J. L Clubb, ita condaotor, wiih Prof Farteeh, the pianist of the Philharmonic, was fully and fashionably attended The weather was ?npropitious,?scow having oo aim en cod railing in the afternoon, and increasing in violence aa the evening advanced, rendering padestnanism anything bat pleasant. Not withstanding thia, however. the audience was one of the best in point of numbers, beauty, and fashion, that we ever remember to have seen within the venerable walls of Carusi's S^oon. The opening piece, the cantata of ? Morning, waa finely given, especially the nass aolo, " Twas slumbaring, eowrapt in night," sang by Mr B. F. Clark; tha tenor solo, ?? He speaks to the light," by Mr. Thos. L'oyd, was given with spirit, and with fine effect; while the beau:ifal soprano aolo, by Anne Meloher?"Aurora riaea gloriour fj," waa m?et cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 January 1855

EVENW6f STAR. AM I THE* BKM1MBKBKD STILL Aad am I thaw remembered Mill. Beoaembere?J 100 by thee, Or. am T quite forgot by one. ,* Whom I no mora mat amf ?? Ob1 my not so. for ihj> would add ?> Fresh anguish to my lot; I dare not hope to ke recalled. Yet would uot b? turgot. Had they who parted ua but knewa What heart* like nur* could feci, *n?ey would have spared as both a pang Beyond Uleif power to heol. I know uot if thy heart retain.9 v ^!24 Its wonted warmth or not, Though I'm forhid to thick of thee, I woald not be tvrfot. And aheuld we meet hi after yeara. Thou'It find that I am changed, My eyes grown dim.ny cheeks grown pale, Rut not my lore estranged From meoi'ry'a page the ha ad of death Alone thy name can Mot; Forget, forsake me if thou wilt. Thou'It never be forgot. fiy The local editor of the Buflalo Republic has made himself one of the immortals by the publication of a dis covery which he has recently mad'*, of great importance to mothers. It is an infallible mea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 January 1855

Til K pcBi,*n*n isvKKr \rrsRNooN, (sursn snNrAv,) Ai i4a 5tsr ro^nr Ptnn*yl% aTty.n ?m4 W/r/nM Jinit, P y W I L L A C H & OOPB, W P '?*? i:ivi<l (o ?3H?cith?Ti 1b the riiic* of Will VriiaMl, Bsltimorr *ndPhila> ?i!X ANT) A QUARTER CBNT8, p?ye ble wn ??r tu Da- A?<ar>. T* mail aibacribere Uv mfcscnirtini pnee ?? TIIF&E DOLLARS ANL> | rirry * y?-ar t? ?*?*?, two dol *L%Rt? for SIX %fOWTH8, and ONE DOLLAR far THREE MONTHS. 3^5taeil com oil C??. TTNDKKT AKERS, *c.. QAHIN ST MAKER 4 UNDERTAKER. I^H* uud*r*igu*d would respectfully tnfrrm bit frienK acqnalotinoec, and th* public gcearetly that h* mi], ?rnt!a j? to n?rgt? all ordTt In bif Mm of >>ustn<ha ii tb? be*t eta>nr.*r ard at the short m . ? rv*?. RJCPA1R.I ?<? i?eatly aad promptly siecuted. rillKilAM attended to at H a the khfirta#* aotiet, and lw the beet Baan*r. B>bu prturvtd w. Ou m4*t ferftdL nan Mr, cefca W? icrrDver' weather. ?<wakfn) for pant favor*, be would reepoctfnllj solicit, a...

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