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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 December 1854

? WIHTIB SOJG. From ths German of Gottfried Augtt Bur for. BT HI RAM OORSOS, JUW. ?tern Winter hath with ruthless hand Tfie poptar trees disrobed. /fhd of th* livery green ot May V The po< r fields he hath robbed; Hath (1 >wreu of all hues that grow Deep huried under ice and enow. But, lovely flowreta, yet will I A funeral dirge reftine; I know a sweet and lovely face That rival* all your hues; ^*ith eye* like the skies of the sunny South. Y\ ith {Olden locks and pearly mouth. What is the skylark's clearest note, Or the nightingale's to me? My Carrie trills a hundred time* More clear and silvery; Sweet is her breath as tlie vernal breete Htat comet o'er the lull blossom'd trses. "^nen her lipa to mine she gives, Oh, what a perfect bliss ! The strawberry and the cherry taste Not sweeter than her kiss. Then May, for thee I'll sigh no more : The Springtime lives and moves in her. His Reply.?The Troy Times, a day or two since, published an article reflecting unjustly on Catholic c...

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. — 30 December 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBLL3LUED (VERT ATTIRNOON, (VZOVT SUNDAY,) ^ ^ Stmr Buildings, eormmr Pemuylmmtt* even it* and Eleventh street, By W1LLACH * HOPS, WtB be served to Mtaecribera in the cities of Wash tafton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phils tfelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble weekly to the Agent*. To mail subscribers the Mbscription price U THREE DOLLAR? AND FIFTY CEBITS a year in adwamet, TWO COL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. gp-Stiteiji cohhom omn. B ALLB, &C. GRAND NEW YEAS'* BALL Of' tiimiinii mi. 1'HE member-**' ?he ''Terpwiehore Clnb" respert fo'tar.e;V? lr fri#nd3 ?n<* tbe public ?<suej~^* fi"t Grand Ball ot the Club will *2SP.AY kv?NINQ, January the 1st, "r,^L0C1l P8LLr?WR" H vLL, NsvYard. may -.visled with the enjoy ?MBt of (he eT.nl ^ th? Clnb wil 1 sp-re no pains roa ?* * ?ae ?X the K?8 Pi?**nt t*lls of the T,he k*11 be opened with the performance of hJ tne ' Amphi-n Quartette a an well known to ear musl-sl public. ?...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 December 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITY: SATTJBDAY AFTERNOON... .Deoembef 80. JOB PRINTING. Our friends will find as prepared at any moment to execute every description.of Job Prirtiro, with neatness and dispateh on very reasonable terms, from Card* ap to Book Printing. We are now ready to serve all, at a moment a warning. Agents for the Evening Star out of Waih. ington. Persons at a distance wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, ean be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butler, No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Hbrry Taylor, San Iron Buddings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzkiller. Alexandria, Va., by W*. F. Carre. No. 60 King street, corner ot Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Charlottsville, Va., Robert Hoffman. Portsmouth, Va , by A. B. Owers, No. 70, High street Orange Court House, Va., D. H. Var Pblt. Culpepper Court House,Va., J. B. Gorrbll. Gordonsville, Va., G. A. Miller Staunton, Va., Ihos. H. Grbshax. IHS WEEKLY STA...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 December 1854

-LNING STAR. ir L~ * JCAL INTELLIGENCE. Th? Coscert Last Night.?The new lec ture room in the Smithsonian was filled last night with one of the most fashionable audi ences that ever congregated ia this city The number present we bare heard variously esti mated at from fifteen hundred to two thousand, the latter figure approximating nearest the true number, in our opinion. The hall itself is without doubt the beat arranged in the United States, and reflects the highest credit upon the gentlemen having charge of this matter The Union Choir, to the number of about two hundred, were arranged by the conductor. Mr. F. A Tucker, in the best man ner we ever remember to have seec?the s >pra nos and contraltos occupying th?> platform, the tenors and hisses on either fide, facing the ladies, and the orchestra in th6 center. Ihe i performances commenced with the chorus of *? Join every tongue to praise the Lord,"sutg *1 a most admirable style, Professor Schoel . ?siding ??t the piano forte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 December 1854

EVENING S^AR. TARE WELL TO THE TEAS ET K]tS. M. B. A LIB*. Tlie years fht by us with a sound of haste When' speed they? Forth we look into the fhture, But from its darkened page no knowledge gain, Bask to the pastwe turn?10 ! 'mid the bower* They throne, and chime their song. Its numbers blend A dirge for hope* departed, and a glory fled From the earth forever. Now, sadder still, An undertone, which breathes of tainted hours, Darkened with sinfbl deeds and thoughts of folly { Swift bore upon ihe wings ef time, Another ye ir has flown, With many a cherished source of blijp, We proudly sail our own. Qu.ck tears have gushed, and joy's deep thrill, Has stirred affection well, With rays oflights and clouds of care Year wrapped with change?Farewell. Light ?tepn with happy hearts, have roamed Among thy sunr-mer flowers ; While mirth and melody have gushed W ithin her brightest bowers. Pleasure hath warbled by the fount, O'er which lay childhood's spell, With merry laughter in thy wake? Yea...

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

the evening star PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (nown suvdat.) Hi tk* Stir Buildings, rorntr Pimisylvmnf 4M*nm trui Rltrtnlh By WILLAfn * HOJPK, Wtii b? <?erv?*d to mb9<*riN;r? in tin. ciiiv* of Wn?h infon.Pen "mi. Alexandria, Baltimore am! PfcHa Wptaa- at SiX AND A QUARTER CBNTS, paya ble w? ? kly to thp As^nts. To mail subucribers th? rabwription price is THREE DOLLAPS A1VL1 FIFTY CENTS i yonr in advance, TWO DOL l-ARS for SIX MONTHS, and OWE DOLLAR ??* T FIR BR MONTHS. {fc7-Sw<ri* corns om VOL. V WASHINGTON, D. ?., MONDAY^ JANUARY 1, 1855. ^ NO. 623. | lTNDKRTAKKBS,?c. CABINET MAKER * UNDRBTAKP^." mna undersigned wouU reepectfc'ly infirm h'.f tnsf*. *v\ tlv nuMtc ir-TierV l!; ?')"iahlc*8 in ibe **?- Miner a- i the Thoi 80" UOtli*. *ke shortest netloe, end H the best i?wr manner. fo'tiet vrtixrrrid it f*? vest prr/ed man MCTj M WtlTIR^ WfiCU^-fT. **enkftilfer pact furore. he wo?U reipectfnll^ ?olio^t, and *;n <-,Ld?*Tor t m^rit % coTHnutno=* o; ?*W*?me ANT3OKY EUCHLY, _ P*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 January 1855

E V KNING STAR. '> ASfllNGTON CITY; ~ HOHD. I AFTEBNOOH January 1. m UT OF the m^ki^q-press. The Ixtelhgncer, on the occasion of enter ing; to-day on the 54th year of it? existence, publishes a salutatory which is one of the ^ thiD*' W? eyW ^ 111 * MW? The Union moraliies over the opening of ? new year, and sharply criticises the re J*nt river and harbor till veto-speeoh of the "on. Mr. Haven. TBOUBLE IN THE CAMP. I rom the Baltimore papers of this morning, * learn that there is trouble among the rulers of laltimure city. The Counoils of Baltimore met on Saturday evening last to act upon the Mayor i nominations for agents of the Mc donough bequest, and officers of the Water I>epartment. when Messrs. Brantz Mayer and -John Spear Smith, who were named as agents ?f the MoDon ugh bequest, and A. P. Win . hoster, ad President of the water commission, were reject- ?. Messrs Mayer and Smith are two of the r- ost respe ted and intelligent citi aen. of E I i?>re. Mr Winchester is th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 January 1855

EVENING STAR. -local intelligence. Tbe Gala Dat.?From early light this morning it was apparent in the streets of Washington that this wm to b? a very general day of popular festivity. The air worn by nearly all passers being that of persons bent ob starting oat for a seasen of pleasure. By goon the door* of hundreds of the reception rooms of our fellow citizens were thrown open, displaying tables gT^aning under the weight of so-called good things of this life, prepared with little regard toexpense. and very general ly with capital taste. From that moment until we go to press, our principal streets have been thronged wi:h gentlemen and ladies in holiday costume, hurrying hither and thither, to and from these various and enter taining saloons, all of which have been crowd ed with happy people, here and there moro or less of them being, we regret to have to write, too happy by half. At noon the portals of the Executive Man sion were tLrown open, the diplomatic corps for the most part h...

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

KV N-tNG STAR. THE FACTORY GIRL BY MRS. MART A. KIDDER. She casts no rich and costly rob^s, P ? wears no jewels in her hair i Aw: frt her pale and comely face, fle. ma 'vanting in no modest grace, T ? make her passing fair. '*? V>. : backward glance of anxious love 8i?.? *?niu< the bumble cottage door, ? And through the wet, or dusty street She treads with worn, yet willing feet, The path oft trod before. What sadden thought calls up the blood"; The crimson tide, that fain would speak! As swift the arrowy shuttle flies, As swifter still her task she plies, While tears are on her cheek ? That blush wears not a tinge of shame? Those tears are not the tears of sin ; ^ome hope, or fear, with sudden start, nds bouncing from the busy heart, The tell-tale blood within. Those tears bespeak a mother's need? A widowed mother, thin and pale; For who will give the orphan food, Aim find the scanty share of wood, When her weak efforts tail ? But Mary's heart is l:?rge and free And Mary's ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 January 1855

THE EVENING STAR published evury afternoon, (OOTPT 8UKD1T,) tJu Star HtnldiTLzs, corner Prrm*ql**nui avenue and Eleventh itreet, RtWALLtCHA noPE, yVill h?' served to subscribers !n the cities of Wash* Inftnn, 0?vr<e?r?*m, Alexandria. Oalumorp and Phila at 8iX \*m A QUART1R CENTS, paya ble wf"k!y Agent*. To mail subscribers thr joterription pnce is THREE DOLLARS AND flFTY CfcVTS i yw in advance, TWO DOL LARS r?T s,x *ONTH8, and ONE DOLLAR (or THREE HONTH3. corns out CKfT. c? TUESDAY, JANUARY 2. 1855. UNDERTAKERS, 4c. CABINET MAKER & undertake!?. THi undersigned would respectfully Inform h i friend.?, aojnaintanc**, and the public senerally that ha st.M c-?*jHr.u? to execute all orders In his lln? of busir,?ws In thr best manner and at the abort' est notice. RBPAIRIffQ nr>?tly and prompt'? executed. rCRHHALS at-r>4od to at ? the rbcrtest o<^tire, and in th* heat maanst. Bi lia prrjrrxxd in the mettper/eci man r.ar, ft? ?n th wir>rv? weaffltr. *.n*nkful for p*.-t fav...

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

EVE.ViNG STAR Wi - i it;?iTON CITY : TITISU&Y AFTEB300N .......January 9. JOB I'RINTING. On? friends will find us prepared at any moment to execute wary description of Job Pristibq, with neatness and dispatch on very reasonable terms, from Carda up to Book Printing We are now ready to serve all, at a uoment's warning. Vf *iis for the Evening Star out of Wash ington. Persons at a distance wanting the Daily Eft-jig Star, at the earlieit period after ita is* e. can be accommodated at Wiimington, Delaware, by E. S. R? Butler, No. 1U, Market street. TV.fhnore, by Hbbry Tatlor, Sun Iron Buddings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitxbillkr. Alexandria, Va., by Wm F. Carbb. No 60 KSqg street, eorner oi Fairfax. l/edericksburg, Va.. by W. M. Mills Charlotttvilie, Va , Kobsrt Hv'^Yman Portsmouth, Va , by A. B. Owefs, No. 70, High street Orange Court House, Va., D. H. Van Pelt. Culpeppe- Court House.Va., J. B. Gorrell, Gordon.v. le, Va., G. A. Miller. Htaunton, Va , Ihos. H. Greshab. bilBIT O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 January 1855

evening star. ~^[ocal iS'tteLligE$ce. Ykst**dat *11 theWashington world passed . .jontinnai round of pleasure. The avenues r tht ?tj were crowded from an early hour 1 rut! ?idnighk, and hundred^ of th<5 ^5^31 -jorj thrown ior (be indiscrimi rnats entertainment of the friends and acquain tanaes of their several hosts. In the laet is ?*? of the Siar we described the scene at the Fxeeutive Mansion. At the residences of all of department*, there were some whst timilsr festivals, though the throng was no where w great. Of our eitisens who thci entertained thr pubhe, for suoh literally iaa the character of the entertainments, we 'hesr of Mayor Toweft, (whose was a temoer Mce entertainment) W. W. Corcoran, Marshal , Sourer, C. G. Kennedy, J. C. M?guire Em., jn0 Cojle. Esq., of the intelligencer Office, Poitios'ter Berrett and scores besides, all ot kwhom spread bountiful tables and gave hearty kelcome to all visitors. While at most of the PPacea where entertainments were given the Bisit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 January 1855

EVENING STAR. A PAEABLB AMD IIS CTTEEPBETATIOW. With limbs at rest on the gntn Earth'* breast, In & solemn wood and deep, A proud form lay through a summer's day, In a mood to dream and sleep; A streamlet slow in the brook below Went sadly wailing on, With murmurs wild like a gentle child That seeketh something gone. The Dreamer rose from his vain repose, With stern and sullen look, And the storm of his wrath came bittariy forth, As be cursed tha simple braok; "Thy murmurs deep disturb my sleeps Ba still tbau streamlet hoarse, Small right hast thou of voice I trow, To tell thy foolish coarse." The waters stirred, for a spirit beard? The spirit of the stream, And a voice replied with a breath that sighed, Like the breath of a broken dream: "If the sleeper fear my wail to hear Let him stir each rocky stone Whose cruel force impedes my course, And makes my waters mourn." ****** OA in my heart strange fancies start, And a voice with plaintive wail Sings, sadly sings, the earthly thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 January 1855

t T'M VFNIN'i STAR ? ?? i% E^'KY AFTERNOON. _ _ % i ,ldi?> ?>. n>rn?r P*nnryl*mnim , j ti it'Ml, W ih! ?" *' If r r *?' * ' i ?* ?' il if o p k t .j?-rnh?r. to th- im-# ,,?? Wm*. 11.,;'?!.'?* ? ? ^ ' 'ria, GiMtnin anit pf,Ha. *'"? * ... U1, crp?xt i? THREE DOLLARS AVI) Firrv I'fiM'- >"*'*r in art?TWO DOL I.<R$ v vf' 'VTHS, and ONE nnj i 4R w THUK H-VTH*. roK..?H, CI* ?, *i ?nii rniia * V **? r? A QUARTER .-ENTS, pa?. V ti'F To mail tubscribera ih? WASHINGTON C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1855. NO. 625. FN rJt Ji i A JvERff 4' i ''ifBi ? sci the prblio ir^rerali; th?t b? }?."?'? 1 ??-*? ' ?11 order*inka jjng oi btuioff- la : t ?u?>r.*3-il ?+ (he ohir1 Mt nctii*. RKPAITt' -eacl7 ;n,i prompt!* ej eon ted ftJfSa.'LS attende-i to *1 - ^? ... th. -br.rie?* jr - fr th? Vs* Ei-i !?r P ?;i '.'c ?rs(?* r~*<* nan r?r, {y.) %r. /v ? w maihtr \a .nkfc *'? r favors. h* woa?d respectfully loiidt and wi'I endeavor merit a Tontitnan-e -? IS* i?n>. ANTHONY lJUOHLY, Pa. , ?" *ii?. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 January 1855

f EVENING STAR WASHINGTON CITY: WID1TE8DAY AFTERNOON... January S "job PBINTINfl. Our friends will find as prepared at an moment to execute every description of Jo Prihtikg, with neatness and dispatch on ver reasonable terms, from Cards np to Boo Printing We are now ready to serve ail, i a moment's warning Agents for the Evening Star out of Wash ington. ? Persons at a distant wanting the Dail Evening Star, at the earliest period after i1 issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butlei No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Henry Taylor, Sun Iro Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzhilleb Alexandria, Va., by Wii. F. Carhb. No. & King street corner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Charlottsville, Va , Robert Hoffman. Porremouth, Va , by A. B. Owens, No. 70 Higb street. Orange Court House, Va , D. H. Va* Pelt Culpepper Court Hou3e,Va., J. B. Gorreli Uonionsville, Va., (1. A. Miller. Staunton, Va., Thos. H. Gresham. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING ...

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

.evening star. "XqtTl intelligence. Tbs Coi'Mcils?Board of Aluermen?The Bo?rd met yesterday evening, according to ^jcuniaent. the President. Mr. Hill, in the The Chair laid before the Board a commu nication from the Mayor, covering a copy of >jie District Judiciary reform bill. n motion of Mr Magruder, it was referred t jpecial committee of three. The Chair pSr'd Messrs Magruder, Fitipatrick and pt son, a? that committee. hr Clarke presented a petition from M M. fchite. for the remission of a fine; referred. Mr Clarke introduced a resolution for an inquiry in relation to the enlargement of the nam of the Collector of Taxes; referred te the improvements committee. Mr. Pepper reported from the improvements committee a bill reviving an act entitled an sot to grade K street north, from Fourth street wegt to north Capitol str?et. approved May 1st. 1351, and making further appropriations far the same; passed. Mr Heed presented the cotiiion of Douglass Weat. for a remission of a fine; r...

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

Evening star. [From the Detrfit Daily Advertiser.] MONEY IS A HABD THIHS TO BORBOW. Tl'^k? Satne aa "Jordan." Th? Umes are so " tight," Tor the easii i? hard to get, Though all hope they'll have some to-morrow *, And every one looks blue and are in ?uch a fre% For money is a hard thing to borrow. So take down your "shtngla" and shut up your shop, For money ii a hard thing to borrow. Yes indeed: Tha banker looks quite brave as you ask him tor the "chink," But he pays out the "ready" with sorrow, For be cannot stand a '-run,'5 and he now begins to think That money is a hard thing to borrow. Let him take down his "shingle" and shut up his shop, Far money is a hard thing to borrow. Yes indeed ' The politician stares, office costs a mighty lump, And the mouth of his purse is so narrow; It was just to get some cash that he got upon the stump, Finding money was a hard thing to borrow. Let him take down his "shingle" nnd shut up bi.? shop, For ruonev is a hard thing to borrow. Yes indeed! T...

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

tf?f: EVE\rvG stak EVERY AFTERNOON, (flTIPt SFWDiT,) tluStAr H: Uduurt. eonu* ifamajjltimaia -? - r r- - - ., - . - - Or * .-/* <:?-/ Rl?utnth st**itj-.. til .(( TJ A ? I'-PH", ?i !'! " u vVa5h I ?j i- '? ?'^r_'rr KaT!ii!r-F*n,!t?t1lar? s j' ? j urntWct f' I Tr m?i>- re tfcaj ii??" - v Tff?' r m?iif.\Rs a\r? Jf V \ryi".w m I.i~**ee, TWO ROt,. 4?-> fat SIT * '*T'ry. v f 0>T1? DO^MR T!I?M rp?(lon ' A ? VOL. V ^? 4-t^ WASIfi?{{} ?. . ii. <.j. t. ? ~ - - -'?????? ? (/., THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. IS$5. NO. 626. t ? ?Y> :jfc;U Urt; * qwpgrTA Kites ko. ^bSeT MAKKK * HNDERTAKJ5IL woufd wtfuUj inform h?p ' ?<v.i*<ntAn i?? ao+tMpnblr ;?Mr*lly f j,. f*;'! coatinnw to eserrt? ail or!?r: in h!r "fhn?:i?F9 in tb? b?Atttannaraml ?'. tae -.hort i: n RKPA'illMa r>eatiy ao-i prrmpt'y ?'?cnted. Kl'SSRALS attended t? at -- if --~, ,?;h"rt^t ip *?* ^ ?a5?-- Bn-U-t preirrwi ?n the flirtt Tf?'& TWi r ntl ?n th' team*!? rrdthr ^a^aiful for pa?>t farors, he rctJid r??p?ifuU} ili...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 January 1855

r. ii ? i N G ST A R. Wi -*N ':f < TT Y 5^'ilDA: A >? TJiVtSOGN January 4. .TIBIT OF THS Sr 77INQ PRESS Ihe t^niio/. a,;..:n upon Know Nothing!.?m trying that all it reqnire* io its candidate;' <g imerlcan birth places and raMgious hat<v' ?*rd that tbey (Know Nothing?) 'shut them e ve up in the dark, bind themselves >y catha > f orecj. and then proceed, with the aro 0pnct of an oligarchy, to j-ake rulei > tor the 01 P'*- They do their w rk, they repeal ;heir > >th?, they have fixed the Kovemment, and they retire gtjalthily to their homes No one knows ? >f thfi- proceedings or iheir candidate*. They luove .ibout among their Iriendg, participate in political conventions and caucuses. h?_ I p to non.ioato political candidates deceivo their r*?ocij-.oF vritl l.> ing profession?; ncd having thup re-pled tl e community is to the true chpractt r ? i' c j, foil impending, they are prepart. o ru !. forth on o!ection d.iy : nd VOrtrr'I the isilfrt hoi, Int'lii...

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

evening star. "ToeAL 1STELL1GK NC~E. PMIMTATIOS (T Booxs ?The lodge rooai 0f Columbia Lodge. No. 10, * 0 0. F . wu ' sreded lMteveE?"4t" wU?ie% the latching cerrtfiofcj ot presenting etch of the orphans under the charge of the Lodge with a suitable new year's present. The smiling fa<*?g of these sacred charges confided to the ciro c? the Lr>dge. wi'h the p'eseQcft of fair ladies odd-fel'owf of the various degrees w?t?rin^ their ?nr?fb vr-'e^a'ed regalia. from ihe bi il naitt hues indicative of the Grand Lidge to the e-'frened and g*mbre ;int4 of the initiative and the Et'C?mpmcnt, together with the in vited queers not members cf the order, fomed a : 'get'uer one of tbu most pleasing a~i strik ing spectacles that tat eye could rest upon. Jlare was no unmeatiiuc pojip ^r pnrade Eect Sttiybol had its appropriate significance easily understvMi by the brethren of the mys tic tie - the t:.pie link which uaite3 them in the toad of F i:ndship and Love?the pres erceof the offspring of ...

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