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Masonic Grand officers. --The Grand Lodge, which was in session at Nashville last week, elected the following officers for the ensuing year: M. W. James McCallum, of Pulaski, Grand Master. R. W. T. B. McDowell, of Bolivar, D. G. Master. R. W. Morton B. Howell, of Nashville, Senior G. Warden. R. W. James M. Rogers, of Concord, Junior Warden. R. W. Williamson H. Horn, of Nashville, Grand Treasurer. R. W. Charles A. Fuller, of Nashville, Grand Secretary. Bro. P. G. Stivee Perkins, of Franklin, Grand Orator. The Grand Lodge adopted the following: Resolved, That the fees due from subordinate lodges to the Grand Lodge for degrees conferred by such lodges upon volunteers in defence of our country be, and are hereby, donated to such lodges.--Memphis Appeal, Oct. 15.
Runaway--$30 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, near Wilmington, Va. on the 30th of September last, Jesse, Fleming, and John. Jesse was raised by John Boatwright, deceased, near Mount Zion Church, Buckingham county, is a copper-colored mulatto, with woolly hair, good teeth, and about 40 years old; 5 feet 6 inches high; wore a good brown wool hat and gray clothes. Fleming is 2 years old; about 5 feet high; brown complexion; high forehead; under lip curled; had a variety of clothing and a pair of boots with iron plated heels. Both of the above are very smart. John is 17 years old; full a feet high; dark brown complexion; wore a sheep's gray coat and black satinet pants. Not very smart. All wore long hair, The above reward will be given for their delivery to me, or security in jail so that I get them again, or $10 for either. C. O. Perkins. oc 5--law4w