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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 April 1855

KvKNING STAR. OH ! WATCH TOU WILL IT DATLZOHT ? T ? AMCIL uivii. Ob. watch you well by daylight? By delight you may fe?. Bat keAp no watcb in darkneee? For aagela then an near : Forheaven the sense beatoweth, 0?r wal king life u> beep, nut tender mercy nhnweth; To guard us in our sleep. well fcy daylight By dayticte you may fear, B?heep Bo watch in darkiew For ange|? are near. ?*>, wMch you well Ir pleasure? - or pleasure oft betray*, "?he*P no watcb In sorrow, When joy withdraw* its rays; For in the hour of sorrow. As in the darkness drear, To Heaven entrust the morrow, For the angels then are near. Oh, watch yon well hy daylight ? By daylight you may Tear, But keep no watch in darkneee? The angels then are neat. ??ry Interesting from Few Mexico ?Sat urday'i mail brought aa two or tfc-ee interest ing manuscripts from New Mexico, and a hand some addition to our subscription liat in that far distant quarter. Indent, we think we can already boaat of a larger cumber of subscri be...

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 April 1855

? . VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY,'APRIL 6, 1855. NO. 704. _ It I the evening star PI BLISDED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 8UNDAY.) /it thf Star Building, ronier Pennsylvania amine and Efevtvtk street. By W. D. WALIiiCK, Will be served to subscribers in the cities of Wttb Imt.x). Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia. at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pyaNe weakly to the Agents. To nail subscribers Ui? mkMnption price u THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS ft* SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Q^Siholx corns on cairr. PAWTPB^ SPANISH MIXTURE. TMn Gremt Parlfltr of tha Blood I Hot a Particle of Korenry la It! An I?s*jat:u Rjwxdx for Scrcfulm, King's Rrfl, Rheumatism, OtHtinate Cntaneoas Eruptiona, Ptms>lea or Puatulee on the foes, Blotthe?, Boils, Chromic Sere Eyee, King Worm or Tetter, Scald H?*i. EBlfgeineot aad Pain of tha Boaes and Joists, Stubborn Cloera, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago Spinal Complaints, anl all the diseases arising f...

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 April 1855

EVENING STAR. *V A SIII ^QTQN PIT Y: Mai . FTKSFOOW Aprils AoyiETiaBKMirTS should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. Wri.IT OF THX Mji.di?0 PiESS The Union it altogether upon the different point* of the Cuban question to-day. The editor regards Mr. Scale's account of the plot of Louis Napoleon, to send a secret agent here te ascertain how far the Doited States are mi serable politically an 1 in a military point of view. Ac , *o.. a? true beyond a question, as *( Mr. Soele makes this communicntion to his Government uj or. his official and pergonal re sponsibility ; and this i? an ample guarantee that toe information is in all respec's reli able." The InttJUg'*csr publishes a translation of ha CroHico * version of the recent proceed ing* in the Spanish Cortes relative to the fu ture of Cuba, and takes occasion to explain that the originally published translation of a portion ef what ihe Minister of State said on that occasion is incorrect...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 April 1855

KVKNING STAR Local Intelligence. Tag Public IiipnovBwnwT*.?TheCommis liooerof Public Buildings ia now busily en **ge4 in making preparations to expend aa jadtciomaly u possible the liberal appropria tes made for the improvement of the city, Ac. He hea already caaaed about alz hundred tre?i to be pleated aioog avenues and around 'public building! and reservations. The circle at the interaeetlon of Penrsyl Tenia and New Hampshire Avenues and K street. is to be enclosed with a wooden 'enee, graded, laid out in walks, and ornamented with ?h rubbery and trees The flagging on the north front of the Presi dent's house, where the miserable, brcken. brick pavement now is, is in preparation and will be shortly put down, and at the same time the pavement opposite in front of Lafay ette Square is to be completed Men and carts are now at work Ailing up the grounds in the vicinity of the public green houses, and, as soon as proper plans, grades and estimates can be prepared, the welling of the or...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 April 1855

EVENING STAR. - ? ? - - XWIKO SOLACS ?T cnuuu BILL. The human heart ha? bidden treanxti, la secret kept, ia silence sealed; The thoughts, the hopes, the dreams, th- pleasures, Whose c harass were broken, if rsTealed. And days may pass in fay conftiaioii, And nights in noisy rio. f y, ?Me, lo? Fame's or Wealth's illusion, The memory of the Past may die. But there are hours of lonely muting, Such as in the evening silence come, **heo soft as birdi their pinions elooing, "The heart's best feeling-1 ga'het home. Tllcn in our souls there seem to languish A tender grief that ia not woe ; And thoughts that ooce wrung greea* of anguish, flow ciu*e hot some mild tears to flow. And feelinc*, once as strong as passions, Float softly back?a faded dream ; Uv own sharp griefs and wild sensations, The ta?te of other's ? ufferirg* seem, Oh ! when the heart Is fre?hly Meeding, How long* it for that time to be, When through the mist of years receding ; Its woes but live in reverie. And it can dwell o...

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 April 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C? SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1855. NO. 705. THE EVENING STAR PIBLISIIED EVERY AFTERNOON (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) * At the Star Building, comer Pennxylvt av+niiA and Bl$v?ntk strut, By W. D. WALLACII, WlU 1* lened to mhacrikers in the cities of Wash iMtnn, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS arable weekly to the Agents. To mail subscribed the rab*aription price is THREE DOLLARS ANn ffFTY CENTS . year fn arfeanee, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fcr THREE MOlfTHd. oorino? C?wt. CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. "? OMt *?*!??* of th. Blood I Kot a Partiela of Xercnry In It J A? Unaunu Rex id? for Serofnia, KinR> Trii FJmsdas or Pnstale* ou th# fac-, Blotch-. Boul ^Joafogora Kyaa, King Worm or Tetter, 8*^5 JoSi ?f the Boom and "yPWHM? Biaordew, Lumbago. Spinal Complaints, and all the iWa ?rtrta* from a? injodij-oa* use of Mereurv, Im prad ?nre in I lie, or Imparity of the Blood. r[M valuable Medina, which has t?com- e*l? ^Mited f...

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

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATTTBPAY AfTEETfOON April 7! ADVKftTLS?itaifT3 should bo handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may cot appear until the next day. . ? ? fiFiair o? the uuiiiviive press lb? Union is #gain on Cuba, arguing to enow that this Government, though anxious to obtain the island for thirty years past, baa steadily abstained from taking it by foroe as could have been done almost at any moment. The erii or says: '? The policy of annexing Cuba has been a subject ot national interest and national dis cussion for more than thirty years. Daring this wb"!e period th? great importance ot tho arqaisiticn has been felt and declared by the le4jii.g statesmen of both parties, under every administration from Mr. Monroe to tho pres cn: tiu.e Mr torsyih. as minister to Madrii in 1^:2; Mr. Adoas. as Secretary of State in 1823; Mr City, as Secretary of State in 1S2'?; Mr. A. 11 Everett, as minister to Spiin in 1*26 ; Mr Van Buren. as Secretary of State in lo.J; Mr. Stevec...

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

evening star. Local Intelligence. Jt* DlfTlICT PRESBYTERY.?We, in yes terday's paper, gave a brief notice of this pottery, and with a view of correcting an error into which we inadvertent! y fell, we, by recurs'. publish the following: rbe Presbyterv met at the First Constitu tional Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, on Xafsday evening last, at 71 o'clock. The opening discourse was delivered by Rev. W X Era, of Rockvllle and Betheeda churches, the last moderator (Rev. A G Carother#) beirg too unwell to officiate. Rev. W. T Era was elected commissioner to theiGeneral Assem bly, which meets at St Louis, Mo, in Ma, sext, and Elder John Douglass, of the First Chnrch. Washington, us the laj delegate to that body and Rev Wm McLais, of this city, and Elder W G. Knowle*, of the First Con stitutional Church, Baltimore, as alternates. After a harmonious session, the Presbytery ad joarned to meet in ihe Western Presbyterian Cbarch in this city, on the first Wednesday of October next Ladies Atte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 April 1855

[COKlOrtWft rROW SCffLtatKT ] t>?i3 Frnu Ooris^tjo, UJ'lie Rilfe, Oalt Uiil, MoUoaaugb. and Double Cxbiflf", toGrifflu, 3? ui'h*' and b ?eX ones * week. \*a?e Oov;n#tton Monday at 5 a m Arrive at GrWHa same day by 8pm Leave Griflln Tueft'ay at 6 mfa Arrive at Covington cameaayt by 8 p m 6414 From Lython'.a by FUt Rock, to White House 14 mil** aad b??k one* a week L>*ive Ljthooia Friday at 7 a m Arriva at TCfciti llou?? same day by 12 m Leave White Boum Friday atlpm Arrive at LythonLa Manie day i>y bpm 641 i From l.vth<>nla to Rockbridge, 0 mll-M and bae^ once a w~eK. Lear* Lythonia Thursday at 7 a m Arriv at Rockbridge same days by 0 a m. Intf Rockbridge Thursday at 10 a m Arrive at Lythoai* ?me dwys by l'i ni 0419 From Stone Moontun, by Y*?Ilow River and f woet Vat^r to Lawrenccville, 20 milea and back, ait time* a weex Leave Stone Mountain, daily, except Sunday, at" a la Arriv* at Lawrenrevilla 6ame days by 11 ? m Leave LawrenMviilj daily,except Sanday,at 12 m. . Ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 April 1855

the evening star PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCErT SUNDAY,) . JU tJu Star Building, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh sirtet. By w. D. WALLACff, H?y b< served to mbscrsbvs in ih? citx*s erf Waah Georgetown, Alexandria, naitimnre and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, piyahle weekly to the Amit*. To mail mibscriberg Uj? ?ubwiption price i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year In aJearHx, TWO DOL LARS for 3IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR ix THREE MONTHS. {c^-SmoLK coma oj?i c*jt. vol. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., monday, APRIL 9, 1855. NO. 706. the weekly star. TUlj excellent Family and Nawa Journal?ooo ? Mining a greater variety of inu-reatiag rt ading than can be found tn any other?hi puMMnsl mi Saturday TSUI. Singe copy, p?r annua $1 95 TO CLCM. Pirr ccpiaa..^,.^. 5 00 Tan ^0">* ??? 8 00 IS 00 Ci?- CASH, IKVaUaBIT IM iDVilCt. 07- Single copies (In wrapper*) can h? procured at the counter, immediately after the uwue of Um paper. I Viae?TURXi cewth. Post* am-em who act a* agen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 April 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON 0ITY: MOHDAV AFTERHOJN April 9 ?7" Adveutisejcrnts should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise thej may not appear until the next day. Joe Printing.?The public are in formed that we are now prepared to exe cute job printing In all its varieties, from cards, ball tickets, &c., to (show bill) posters and book work, as well and as low as at any other office in Washington, and with equal dispatch. Give us a call. * ? fiP13If 07 THK HO&SUTG PKES3. The Union insists that the policy of Spain with reference to Cuba, her policy pertina c:i;u?ly persevered in even cow, id to permit no reforms whatever in the government and cus toms regulation cf tbe island, and, to insure itr continuance under her authority, to set the negroes thee treo. lu the eourse of the arti cle the editor 6ay3: " No' a steamer arrives in the United Statts from L-jrope or the Spanish colonies which ?*"is n;t bring with it further intimation that the public mind, the press, the Cortes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 April 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. liica* or Rtrcr.e ?Several years ago, en terprising and philanthropic gentlemen or thii city offered to contribute liberally toward the erection of a house of refuge for juvenile or fendtrs, and the city councils appointed a committee to inquire into the matter, with a Yifw to tho esUoliihotBt of rich to mituu tion. But no plan was agreed upon; nor do we know that the committee even made a re port to the councils in relation to this im portant subject. However, the necessity for a house of refuge, or correction, still exists. It sometimes hap pens that small boys are detected in the aot of stealing, and, on account of their tender yean, grand juries dismiss the charges preferred egaicst them The boys, escaping punishment, ere thus again free to repeat their dishonest practices aad other improprieties, whioh should not be suffered to eaoape strong legal condem nation Oociionally, a boy is tried, eonvicted. And. for want of a reformatory school, is se...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 April 1855

EVENING STAR. THE THIHGS OF OTHER DAYS. The pleasant tiiins^ of other dajn, How have they pawed away? Flow faintly t > our straining gaee Returns life's sunny ray. As dews before the morning sun, Gems afti r fems depart, Hope'* Wowoms wither, one by one, And fad*' upon the heart. The voices sweet of other vcars, ThHr tone* so soft and low, That whisper'd music in our ear?, Are silent, long ago. The hearts that shed around our own The sunlight of their rays ? The eye* that fondly, warmly shone Are tied with other days. The pleasant thing* or other days, They turn them sadly back, To trace, amid the misty haze, Their bright and early track. They see the light of sunny skies, They watch the opening flown, Ami seek amid their crun-on dyes, The bloom of vanished hours. Hiey steal with soft and silent tread, Tttro' memory's dim domain, Like shadowy spirits of the dead, Meuroing for life again. The past hath op'd if* mighty tomb, And o'er the present, stray* The* spectral forms, but ah ...

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. — 10 April 1855

VOL. V WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1855 NO. 707. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At the Star Building, corner Penru*vltaHta avenue and Eleventh street, By W. D. WALLACH, WUI be served to subscribers in the cities of Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pi/able weekly to the Agent*. To mail subferibers the rabMription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in adrow, TWO DOL LARS ft* SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fijr THREE MONTHS. {fc^Suiolx aortas ojh Otirr. CARTER'S % SPANISH MIXTURE. Vfc* Great Purifier of iht Blood I *0t a Particle of Mercury In It! Aa Isi4LLma Rwdt (or Scroftila, Eing'a Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pin vies ?r Pustules on th? Uct, Blotch**, Boil*, Chroai.' Sor- Bye*, Ring Worn ot Tetter, Scald Hsad, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Jotnta, StubSorn U!oer?, Syphilitic Disorders, Laabaco, Spinal Complaints, and ail the dissmam arising from an...

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. — 10 April 1855

EVENING STAR. IffASUm iTOW'Cl ! Y: UfiiDAY ArTEENOON .?pril 10. OCT Adv KAiisaitjiNTS should bo handed in L?y 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not ap|?ar uutil the next day. Job Printikg.?The public are in formed that we are now prepared to exe cute job printing in all its varieties, fiom cards, ball tickets, Jb., t<^(show bill) posters and book work, as well and as low as at any other oflice in Washington, and with equal dispatch. Give us a call. 3FI&XX OF IHS K jxiJJING FEESS. Tlie Utuon oriticiies the letter of Mr. flournoy. the Know Nothing candidate for Governor of Virgicia, contending that Lad ho lived in those days he " would have spared us the ' pisgkacc ' of a Lafayette, a Dc kalb, a kosciu.-ko, and a Montgomery." The same paper also comments on what the National InteMgtHc" said on Saturday last upon the execution of Estraiapcs, saying: "There in an excuse for this last expedient of the // Ulbgtncer, however. It is anxious to conciliate the present crusado upon the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 April 1855

EVENING STAR Local Intelligence. Wa*wisgt0!? Council.*.?The Board of Al dermen met last night Commun:eations from the Major ware laid before the Board; read and referred. Oae concerning the building of the new angina house for the Franklin Fire Co ; also, the monthly report of the Inspector of the Fire Department for the month of March last; also, one from the Corporation Attorney, explaining the necessity far a tho roagh revision of the laws governing the in* apeetion of kmber; also the report of the In tendant of the Asylum for the month of March last Also, a communication from the Trustees of the Public Schools, asking for an additional S:imary school in the third district? 5th and th wards. Petitions were then prasented from T M. Brush, lienry Sit*, San I Armstead, and fey- j ton C. Beardaley?were ssverally read and referred. Bills from the B^ard of Common Council iuakin* an appropriation to grade and gravel New York avenue, and for cleaning gutters and alleys iu the First Ward,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 April 1855

EVENING STAR. [From tb?' Button AUaa of April 4 J The Charge of the Paul Pry Brigade. Up stair* and d-?wn stair*, Through the b^u-e onward, In closet and clothes press peeped Not quite a hundred. Searching and peepinf, went Not quite a hundred ; ? With six committee men Ten ' them blundered "Forward !" ti.e chairman cries, " Se.?-cl> all the nunnertes, Onward, ye gallant fpies, Not quite a hundred!" " F irward, each Md Paul Pry, Courtesy, decency, With ui are all in 'your eye,' . - ; Who cares who blundered .' No one here dare* reply. No one but women mrh, Then rouse your courage high,' Into ?*ach corn-r ?pv. Ttiougli not quite a hundred." Ladies to right of them, L.adie? to left ?>l them, Ladies in front of them, Trrmbled an^J wondered; Nothing coul 1 tl.ey nppoM To the invading P?e-, Poanimg where'er they chose, frying w>t i eyed and nose, Not quiie a hundred. Opening closets hare, T?;s?!i".g the dresses there, Gi'lan had debonair, Fuuiblius at ro-tafx's, While la ies won...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 April 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1855. NO. 708. THE EVENING STAIi PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) - At the Star Bmldivg, corner Pennsylvania avtvne and KUrenth strat, Ry w. D. IVALV.ACn, W U1 l* wrvr.i to rohccriLers in tin cltios of Wash ioctrm, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS P ijmble weekly to the Agents. To mail eub-criben! lite subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FTFTY CENTS a year in advance, T ?VO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fx THREE MONTHS. {^Sijiblb coma exr OINT. Priyuta Medical Treaties PHYSIOLOGICAL**'1 ifw OF MAREIAGT, _ IT W B. LA CROIX, M. D? ?u p , ALBANY, N r. * ?0 Paget and loO Hie rialn asi Colored Lithe gravis and Plates. *t" Prlta oiaijr 95 Casta *^| it frs* of postage to all part* of th? Union"?* CHEAPEST BOOK KY?? PUBLISHED, and containing ?ftrly d uble tte qasnticy of r?? inc matte? in thst cf the FIFTY CENTS OP. LOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. Ittrwteor th-; PEYSiOLO-1 , GY OF MAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 April 1855

EVENING STAR WASHINGTON CITY: wedicmday AyrnurooifApril u Job Printing.?The public are in formed that we are now prepared to exe cute job printing in all its varieties, from card*, ball tickets, Ac., to (show bill) posters and book work, as well and as low as at anj other office in Washington, and with equal dispatch. Give us a call.' SPIRIT CP THX MO&HIHG PRESS. The L uion baa still another Spanish outrage this morning. Stephen Ellis, jr , muter of the American brig P. R. Hickman, from Boston for Matanxas, avert, that ac he waj steering for the port of Matanxas, shot a were fired orer and around him from a Spanish guard ship, oom ' pelting him to come-to and to submit to an inspection of the brig's papars. He was prob ably more than a marine league from shore. The papers being found " all right," the brig was j ermi:ted to pursue her voyage unmo lested. The Union further comment! on the influence of the National Intelligencer in frightening Sp?in into committing outrages on our...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 April 1855

KV!'? NINO STAR. Local Intelligence. Opd-fbllcws' Statistics ?It appears by ft document recently published by the bu thority of the Grand L4ge of the Di-trict of colombia, 'hat there are under it# jurisdiction thirteen subordina'e lo igcs, namely : Central. Washington, Flit em, Tlarmony, Columbia, Union Frienisuip, Covenant, Beacon, Metrop. olie, Exceliior, Mechanics, and Oriental, em bracirg an aggregate membership of 1,322 ?p to the thirtieth of September last. There are thireen Past Grand Mat'ers, and two ban dred ard seventy three Pest Grands; the latter composing the Grand Lodge of the District. Daring the year ending at that date there were nineteen deaths; number of widowed families relieved thiry-one; number of brothers barfed, nineteen ; rtimber of brothers educat ing. thirty-four: amount paid for relief of brothers, $3 072; amount paid t,r relief of widowed families, $537; amount paid for bu rying the dead, $<J93 31; amount paid for education of orphans, $480. Total amo...

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