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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 November 1855

EVENING STAR. [FOR TE"K STAB. LINES Suggested upon visiting tke grave oj h.XXA Thkriu Waoxbr. 1ekose remains repose tn Oak Hill Ctmtterjf. and over wKick Natures fairest gifts were strewn ?? rtck profusion. One evening I stood by a sweet little grave, ov?r which tfTTW the purest and orlghtwt of green; And the roso, and the lily, and violet gave Their beauty and fragrance to brighten the ?cene And wh'le I stood musing lu h&lf-utter'd thought O er this mound by the hill-side, all silent, in Sloan, ered what hand of affection had brought Those tiow r*ts, to khed, there, their sweetest perfume ' And in lan^ua^e as soft a* the murmurs at ev'n, ' >f vrivckti tr.at glow on a moon- lighted sea; \V hr n t b-'r e i oes are dying away into Heav n? A sweet little rose b-d thus whispered to me: ? A flow ret enfolded its petals at rrorn, At.d o'er the ?1 ;d earth shed delicious perfume, A* eve all its ?<eautv and fragrtn~e had gone, Ai.il 4 vecoine. with my dew drops, to weap o'er the 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. — 2 November 1855

THE EVENING STAR, - rtBLIftHKM KVKKV AFTKHNOO*, (except ii'ni?ay,) dt lis Star BMil4i*?f.c?rn*r of F?*a.<y?v*?ts mumvt * * 'l kl?f*nth ttrttI, By W. D. WALLACH, Wit be served to *qbecfibe:s by carriers at SIX A %i> A QUARTJiK CKNT8, payable weekly to the Agent*; paper* serve*1 In package* at 37^ ?eats per moo lb. To mall subscribers the sub Script ton price 1* THREE DOLLARS AND P1F TY CEN TS a year ieerfeenss, TWO DOLLARS for sli months, and ONE DOLLAR for three OMatoe; for leu than three months at the rate of If X oenta a w?k. Cy SINGLE COPIER ONE CENT. iohji *. mtra??. waiuii iiowmr. ELVAN* * THOMPSON, HA SOWARS COACH TRIMMINGS, Ae, FJ,*""'TlTa*la ????a., "* AY??i4 aai r*> A !T<uA?^|en, D. C. Bn2^\L8? "URNISHINO HARDWARE. Britannia, German Silver. Albata and Silver Pla _ ted, Tea, Table and Dessert Spoons Carrers and^Fork1., Steels, Knives with and with Bnus, Britannia, Block Tin and Plated Candle-' ?ticks, Shovel and Tonga, Waflle IrouJTSad I row ' Maslln and BeD Meta...

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. — 2 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERX0O5I November 3. spirit of thi morning pbbm. The Intelligence ia of the opinion thai though the mode of election?bj genpral tick et? of tbo?? who bold the certificates for the seat* in the next United States House of Rep resentatives from California, will not prevent them from representing the State in the next Congress, H wilt cause the enactment of a statute compelling all the States hereafter to elect by general ticket. The Unto* pays its respects to the New York Albion in a powerful and appropriate article. The Albion, bent on playing second fiddle to the Courrier des Etat* (J/its in de fending the violations of our laws by British officials to subserve the ends of their govern ment. says: 4 Space would fail were we to track home to him (Mr. Stoekel. the Russian minister) the lavishing of cojoltne.* here, and of gold there; the skilful use he has made of personal and political rivalries existing in the American cabinet; the insidious m...

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. — 2 November 1855

E V EN ING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Ball Sippers.?Tha young men of Wa#l - ington are vastly behind the age in the mat ter of the suppers they cause to be provided at their balls, given by military and fire com panies, clubs, Ac. Nothing is to be had to eat at raeh entertainments, for love or money, u; - til precisely midnight. When all who d>B gu taking sapper are fed at the strne time, usual ly by a caterer, who beicg charged for tho privilege of serving the supper at a low rate per head, mast make it a meagre one, of eo?rse, even for the low price charged. The New York plan ia infinitely better. Some well-kaown caterer, who can be relied on to do his bast, and to charge no more than fair restaurant prices, is engaged, paying nothing lor his privilege. Round tables are spread in tho supper room, to which the guests repair as their fancy or appetites suggest, and calling for what they wish, by the card, are all well served. and sap at their leisure. In that way. the person who f...

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. — 2 November 1855

?Jf. ? ? EVENING STAR. INDIA* SUMM1B There la a time. Just pi* ?t?e froet Prepare* to pava old Wlnlw's Way, \Y1 an Autumn, In a reverie loot, The mellow daytime dteams a Way; VV ben Summer cornea, in mu?lngr niad, To gase once mora on bill and aall, To mark bow many shnavea tbey bind. And see if all are ripened wall. With bairnv breath she whispers low. The dying flower* look up, and give Their sweetest Incense era they go, For her who made thatr beauties live. She enters ueath the woodland's shade, Her zephyrs lift the llngerln/ leaf, And Hair It ^entlv w'.tere are laid *? ? The loved and 1 jet ones of its grief. At laet, < id Autumn. rising. takes Agalu hi* sceptre and his throne. With boisterous ban-is the tree he shakes Intent on satberlng ail his own teweet Summer, sighing, fllea th<? plain, And waiting Winter, gaunt and grim, 9ee-? miser Autumn hoara his untn, And smile* to think 1'a all for him , -? ?. ?? NjbW Iax*u.?ir?NCB Officii.?We under st.?in<T .hat tun )ry ent...

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. — 3 November 1855

THE EVENING STAR, PUBLISHED EVEUV AFTEKSOUl, (EXCEPT SUNDAY J ^ 5t*r Butldmgtcorner #/ f?aiu)r/?MM av?nu4 and Eltvtntk strut, Bj W. D. W ALL ACH, Wl 1 be ?erred to subscribers by carriers at SIX A \H A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly *? the Agents; paper* served In packages at 37% ?eats per month. To mall subscribers the sub a<Miptlaa prtoeis THREE DOLLARS AND FIF. TY CENTS a year in adranei, TWO DOLLARS ft* atx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; Tor leas than three months at the rate of lijf coiUaenk. r ITT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT IOH9tf.SI.7A5S. WIU!1M THOXPSOH. ELVANS k THOMPSON, ? >mm m HArtD VARK, COACH TEHCMIH08, *?., . Peo?*sivaaia sr?os<, iVt*i4 amd rw A IM, Ifuiisftos, J. (7. HOUSE PURNISHING HARDWARE. Britannia, German Silver. Albata and Silver Pla ted, Tea, Table and Dcss?rt Spoons Qarvers and Porks, StewLs, Knives with and with out Porks , Britannia, Bleek Tin mad Plated Candto stleks, Shovetl and Tongs, Waffle Irons, 3ad Iron* ilin and Bell Metal Kettiee, Po...

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. — 3 November 1855

evening star. WASHIKGTO* CUT: SATCROiT AFTiHW?" ? Heve?b?T * THE .WIIW* BIA* for the week ending to day, contaiws its usual variety 6f interesting news, both origin?! Mid -?elcctcd, foreign and domestic. Terms. ?1 25 a year; or threo cents a single number. spirit of ths nowmre rmsss. The Intelligent*, noticing the fact of the now regular publication of the deciaions of the Attorney General, says: " By this enlargement of the 'Phcrc ?. J duties of the Attorney 6^^' grown to a capacity wh,c^Juration of the taincd under any former ad-intotrauon o? ?S2,"1X?l?TZ, '?''f ' th.t of the P??i c5Qtivefui)ctl?n?n?<. ? J B?kinf thu it.Medial .?7 M of the enndmt of th? gwUmaa - rr.l v Ills that offlc. W. w. ?* rere, th? th. TigoroM gr?p .b|ch ho him taken of so many naw and important ^en'o!,, miy not hare ten materially bene flcial to great interests of the oountry, *h',u?h wr must confess to an apprehension that he may, on ?ome few questions, have twdden rather closely to the line which se^r^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 November 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE "Vil YOU BUT vox tbaf'"?Thi3 was the question propounded repeatedly in the Centre Market, this moruing, by an itinerant French Eeddlcr, whose faco vtu ornamented with a eavy tuft of hair, and whose eyes sparkled, as he held in his hand*, before the person* severally addressed, and explained ita pocu Har properties, a trap designed not only far catching, bat killing, both rats and mice. 44 Dis is verfinc; he eertainment ansere de pur-pose, un kille de animal/' And then he would set the trigger, and show, by touching the erooked wire, (to be baited,) how effectual ly the contrivance would answer that import ant design?" kille de animal." Several dozens cf those traps were strung around his neck; they were of his own manu facture. and simple in their construction *' Ver bad veddar, lades, gentilhommos, but dis article vat a-very personne vat keep de kouse, un troubled vid rat an' mouse hav for oe-ea-ti-on. Sheep?twen-five, sixteen cent' ' 4* How does it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 November 1855

EVENING STAR. AVTUMX. it LoncrtLLow. O, with what glory ecrnet and gow the WW ! T tie bucU of Spring?those beautiful harbinger* ? 'f ?nnny skies end cloudiest tlmeo enjoy Lift's ntwn??, and earth'* garniture tpruad oat! And whea the tUvar fcaUt or the douda Cosmo down upon the A moron tun, A?<1 with a tebet gladneto the aid fear Bake* up hi* bright inheritance of golden fruit, A tKimp and pageant 411 the splendid sceae. fh is a beautiful spirit breathing now It* meLow richness ou the clustered trees, Aid f-om a braker fb'l of riche.-t dye*, ('oaring new glory oo the autumn woods, And dipping in wjrm light the pillar'd clouds Mom, oa t>.e moan fain, Tike a summer bird, 5! .??*??. p her parol* wing ; at?d in the valet le gentle wind?a aweetar.d passionate wooer,* l?s*? the blurbJng leaf and stirs up life Within the solemn woods of ath deep crimsoned, Ac t t iver-bo^ch. end maple yellow-leaved, Where Autumn. Tike a faint old man, sits down Hv the *A'ay-: lde a-weary Through the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 November 1855

THE EVEIdNO STAB, Fl'BLIVHKH RVBRY AFTER NOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tkt St+r B?tl4t*gt corner of i ?ia.'|rl?uii Eleventh ilrtil, p Bj W. D. WALLACE, Wt l lie vrv*>d to anbsrriher* by carrion at SIX A.\D A qUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agenta j ptpcn aei ml in packages at 37# aentx per month. To mall subscribers the sub ?orlption price 1* THRBE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTSayearmiAmmi,TWO DOLLARS tor six month*, aixl ONE DOLLAR fot three anonths; for lass than three months at the rate of cents a week. JET SINGLE COPIES ONE CUNT. K1CEEDCNOLY INTERESTING TO LA OIKS AND UENTLKMKN. EVANS, -m PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, has just received a large assortment of Ladiae' FURS, of all aualltiesand varieties, well worthy the atten ion of tbat class of purchasers. They will find ankles in that branch of his business ex actly suited to their want* and tastes. The as*o:t> meat la Indeed very hsautlful. rf~V i He has, too, raede ample provisioning ^Li for gentla men and youths, and to-davV^? d^*iat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 November 1855

EVENING STAR. ? ? 1 WASHINGTONCITY: MONDAY ATTnmOR ....IV* SPIRIT 07 THE *0*JTDI? PUM The Union defends and explains the Presi dent's letter setting forth the terms on whiob Gen. Scott j account fur back pay as Lieuten ant General is directed to be settled?remark tag, at the same time, that when the bill cre ating bis Lieutenant Generalship was under consideration, it was denied bj its advocates in Congress tbat its enactment would involve the expenditure of a dollar from the treasury on the soora of back paj due under it. This fact, by-the-by, is notorious to all who are familiar with tbe history of the bill. The Urnon also comments, indignantly, oa a con spiracy (recently discovered) of the New Eng land emigrant aid societies to earry their point in Kansas by means of a secret oath-bound military organisation According to tbe pub lished account of it, a rifle, pistols and sabre for every free-soil voter in the Territory, has been sent there, and a fund of $100,090 in money. Tbe me...

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. — 5 November 1855

EVENING STAK. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A I i-eiTiVB Arrester?On Sunday raorr ?ng, a ?Uve. belonging to Mr. Lynhara, a butcher of Richmond. Virginia, arrived^ in tM* city; but finding that the ears for the North would not stsrt for *om? honi*, he booked Jus name at one of the hotels. JIU complexion was so light that no one suspected that be was net of the Caucasian race, and it thai establishment, therefore, he enjoyed his otium rum Hixmtnte But a telegraphic dispatch had reached John DtTi>, the chief of the police, giving an accurate description of the runaway; mentioning, among other things, that he spoke the German language He had not only attired himself handsomely for his Northern trip, but had all the "be longings" of a traveller for a long absence. On Sunday afternoon he went to the cars to tak* parage. Tb* chief of the police, gov ert'd by the telegraphic description of h:s person, there arrestea him, and conducted aim before Justice Hollingshead, who com mitted him to jail to ...

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. — 5 November 1855

EVENING STAR. TO MT SISTER. I'm aloe* cow, my ulster dear. Though all around seem* gay; Alas! to me tins world looks drear, And ttold as wint ry day. Though frlpnda we h-re. bow few there are Wh i 4re trae friends indeed ; They'll kindly smile when fortune's fair, Uut where are they la need They turn tcelr step* to fklr abodes, Faise fortune s smilee to win, W here no harr tstirg car* corrodes The merry heart within. 1 long to feel thy hallowed kiss And see thy love lit smile, F or e'en thy tone of tenderneas Would ail my loneliness beguile; 1 fain would leave all here below, And lay tt is body by : Bid Dta'i dfflanej ere I go, And shut the cloeing eye. Then mounted high on se*aph's wings To heaven I 'd quickly soar? Where Goa is Lordaxd Kingcf Kings, And will Le evermore. Tas Accidzat to Artillerist at thc Cattlr Saow.?The artilleryman who was ao seriously injured by the premature explosion of <>oe of the guns daring the drill of the Fort artillery, at the Cattla Show ground*...

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 November 1855

the EVENING STAB rtUKMUtO KVKHV APTKHMOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4* I4? 3t\r PfUtnft etmtr of ?v?nut and FUvonik strut, B J W. D. WALtACH, ' b'- to subscribers by carrier* *t SIX * 1 ?* A H j A I' n:a CKN rs, payable weeklv ^ Agents; pnp?rs ?arvpd in packages at 37^ ?eats per month. To mall subscriber* the sub ?ortption priceIs THREE DOLLARSAND FIF. TYCKiN rs a yeart?*/fra?v?,T WO DOLLAR? ** wit month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three ??oath*; for less than three months at the rate of 1*X eeoUawKk TCT 9IN8LE COPIH8 ONE CENT. ?^'EEDlNttLY IJITERKSTIHO TO LA DIES AND HEITLKMES. 1?TAN9 W PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, ?. ? 55T J "J* "??*? ?*rgeassortment of Ladles' r L RS, of all oualitlea and varieties, well worthy vli*!1?? Ion of that cLss o( purchasers. They will flixi arilclt-s in that branch of his business ex ?etlv suited to their want* and taste* The ai?so t ment is Indeed vwy beautiful. fl \ He his, too, m >d ? ample provision-safin* for gentlemen and youths, and to-davS?g ^^?latroduoed the new s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TLES'?AY AFTERIfWOSI.... Nevember 0. SPIRIT 07 THI MORNING FUSt The IntellxgtnctT *ays of tbe election* of the current month : 44 The public will look with no small degree of interest to the election* now in prograa* and which will clove the year's canvass. In Louisiana and Mississippi the election* were beld yesterday fur a Governor and other State officer! in each, and for members of Congress and of the Legislator*. To-day the State? of New York, New Jen ay, Massachusetts, and Wisconsin yote for State officers and members of the Legislature. Maryland will Tote cn Wednesday for State -Seers, member*of Con* gress end if the Legislature. In each State the several parti* are sanguine of success, but their calculations can scarcely rest upon any other bans than an undefined hope. " In Massachusetts alone have the Whig* a jegular ticket; there are three others. the Democratic, tie Republican, and the Know Nothing. 41 In Sew York there are four regu'ar tick...

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 November 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thb CorwciL??Board of AWtrmum.- Thr poard met lit the u*u*l hour; President Clark in thochair. All tbo momScra were present. ? message received fr >m ihe Mayor, stating thai ha had signed the seveial hill# pnnd at the last meeting of the Board An act making ah appropriation for a gravel foot walk in the First Ward; p ssed. Joint resolution relating to ?.?tim<i t* of ex- I penditure fur public schools; ra^cil A hill for relief of Hanson Brown; referred. J An act authorising the Mayor to hare tho gutter laid in front of square 399; passed An act to pare Twelfth street west, between the canal and north C street; patted. A Mil far rebuilding the wall across the culvert on 0 street, passed. An act to supply deficiency of appropriation for the support of the Washington Asylum for for the years 1854 and lSii; referred. An act making an appropriation tor the pans and gangways at the several polls during the late election, passed. A joint resolution gi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 November 1855

EVENING STAR. [FOR TRt ITAI. ADIEU iO TILE "OLD COLLEGE BELL." BV JAHJtS E. RAHDtLl. Dle<I, at fjcorgr'nwn College, ajfed 83, a well br!t .?<*>) hiine. UiMUf, a rnmpl cation of old >i{e?nd loo roaoy hard knocks Kven up to the u- 'Hui at of dlN?K)lutIon *ome of the notes were sabllm-?particularly a' th" dinncj hour. May It re-U lb?the Museum ' I'ra;; the old monitor dowu. Dowu w.th a sob :nda knell, W ho, throughout college or town, Compassed his duties so wi?il ? V.Vive. oh, my muse * an evergreen crown To honor the bonny old bell! 'I ik morn, the noon and the night, 1 he ni^ht, the noon and the morn j W N iture was brilliant and bright, W h i \" at ore was naked and shorn : If j 'v-ed t d parture of life-giving light, ? ?r told tl*at Aurora was born. in wintfr. tied summer, and fall, In fall, and winter, and spring, When zepby;s brea'hed languor to all, \Vh?n tempests aroand it would sing; Before or )>av>>2d the gleam of old Sol Tills nieinnon of duty would rin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 November 1855

THE EVENING STAR, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4. (44 Sier Bntlii*<?, ro**tr of Ptmuflvantm actum* and Eio**nlk By W. D. WALLACE, W1 1 be wred to subscribers by carriers at SIX aM> A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo the Aleuts; papers served In package* at SI^ tent* per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CF N TS a year?a *Jca*ct, TWO DO LLARS f r six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for lew than three months at the rate of cents a wwk XT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. EV EED1NGLY INTERESTING TO LA DIES AND GENTLEMEN. t'VANS, tsa PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE * has just rec?iv-?d a large assortment of Ladles' FI RS, of all qualities and varieties, well worthy th" atteii ion of that cl- ss or purchasers. They will h id ar.icles In that branch of his business ex actly su ted to their wants and testes. The a so t inent U Indeed very beautiful. ?T\ He his, Ijo, m d'ample provialon^xr^ * ,for gentl?men and youths, and to-dayx^gg J**....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8HI!fOTO!T CUT: WKD*ES!V1Y Korember T. s*thit or the morning press. The lutiUigetucr intimates its belief of the truth ..f the ruuior that Commodore Paulding ha Ken ordered to proceed with his flag ahip to Sun J ua:: del Norte. This fact, by the-by, is 44 piper's new?." <?uito a month ago ere in ci.nja cd our confidence that preparations wero being made to send thither a force sufficient i-* lue ample protection of all on the Isthmus who have really the right to call on this GoT * mmect to that end. Our impression is, that ? me two or three weeks ago orders to carry out this purpose at San Ju?n del Sur went to the Pacific coast squadron. iho Union discusses the double ration claim <>t Gen. Scott With the Inteliismtrer ; and takes (he Cincinnati Enquirer and the Colum bus (Ohio) Shiftman to task for demurring to ? he philosophy c! its current controversy with Prince John Van Huron, which it (the Union) trusts is not to be deemed an avowal, on tho part of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 November 1855

% .1 EVENING STARJ ~ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Com*"* Cnr*v iLPcoTEEniNG*.?The Hoard , f Common Council met on Monday at the u.tu*! h^ur?the Vice President in the chair. The Secretary being absent, Mr. Fisher was linted Secretary pro tern .Jr. Clements, from the committee of ways tuI means, made the following report, whi.*h was adopted and ordered to be printed with th* proceeding*: The committee of ways and mean*, to whom was referred the memorial of the Ladies7 I oion Benevolent Society of Washington city, ? king cf the conncils an appropriation of fi^-e hundred dollars to replenish their now ex hausted trea.-ury and to enable them further pr secute th.ir labor of lore, report: That nothing would afford them greater pleasure than to be able to comply w th the Society's request; but that, so far as thry are enabled to judge, 110 p^wcr is granted by the charter or laws of the Corporation whereby an .ipi ropriation of iu funds could bo madu in the way an 1 for the purposes indicated in the...

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