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Ti IE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
VOLUME XVII. TU ESDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1868. NUME
J. C(ear, iSmoolA SAln
tEAIUTIFI ,L COMPLEX ION
-fOLLOW THO PR Or
H I ELM I;( )LI)'M
olccatratled Extract Sarsaparilla.
,T IEMUOS BLACK SPOTS, PIIPLES, MOTH
PATClFS AND ALL ERUPTIONS
OF THE SKIN.
In the Porlng Mooths the system naturally ondergoes a
obar.e a,'d HlIb MtLD'L H'OHLY CONCENrRATED
BIT"A4 T OF SARSAVARILLA is an asuisutt of the
TYOUNi LADIFI, BEWAR! eftbheslow;eseffects of
face Powders and Wuhem. All sech remedies close up the
pores of the sble. and n a short time destroy the complexien.
If you w'd have a fresh. healthy and youthful appeArance,
UBE BELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT SARBAPAEILLA
Not a few of the wort disorders that a0itrt mankind arise
omrremertpti.m ,f the blood. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT
SIARSAPARILLA 18 A REMEDY of the utmost value.
BILMBOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA tleonnes
end reeovart the blood, imotile the vigor of health into the
system and purges out the humors that make isease.
Q'A " VTF. QUAI.ITY--ELMBOLD S FXTRA('T
SA RS APARII.LA. The does is eall. Those who deore s
urge quantity and large doses o medicine sna
Those who desire BRILLIANCY OF COMPLEXION
meet pnr'ey and ensrich the blood, which HIPLMBOLD'S
COeCFNI'bhA'ID EXTRACT O(F BARSAPAILLA
IVIAItIABLT DlI.. Ask for HolmboleeO TAKE NO
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT
ERADICATES EPUTIVE AND ULCERATIVE DISEASES
60 DIbFIGURE THE APPEARANCE,
TR EVIL EFFECT. OF IEBCURY
molI tag All Taltat,
Tie Remnants of Deasoes, heeditary or otherwise, and to
taken by Adults aod Children with
TwoTablrepooesfrl of HELMBOLD S Extract of sarnuo
rills, added to a pl't of wter to equal to the Li-hon Diet
Drink. and one bottle is equal toe g aiorn of a rsaernlln, or
Lhe dtcoctnlls as asally made.
13U C HU,
18 THE GREAT DIURETIO.
I1FLMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT
IS TBE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Both are prepared aecording to the ruleo of Pharma ry and
Chemistry, and are the most acte that can be made.
eONCEtNTRAT'ED FLUID Li. t 'I
ls acertan reo foir dceaese at tL,
Bladder, lidneys Oravel, Dropsy. O* anic
Weakness, Female Complaun:s,
If no treetmset Ieaubmitted to. Consumptienr or Inroe,t
may esue. Unr F'leh and Blood are supported from, ocos
noaroee, and the
BEALITH AND HAPPINES3,
and thit of POSTERITY depends up.n pror:i.i ,e ' a -e
Liable rte Iiy.
T*ise Prpecdrtrltft- dt iRemel , e,,-ae ....re..,
tr Igi-ael Ihe"r. a ', t e ~ 5, ' erm:i'ei ;-.e. I " i '
oay rot ci eiile. cc, t'liiiii lnini es we (
Are prepared in vacuro from the vegetahble s!hstntnes
named. ud are the mnost tive that eon be mnde Pb.c.
Stona are erceetiily troubilesome, cnd it is n.'e*arr ty, rre
pre them erory dly. and the rraope ure 1tIll u rii ..i t , n.
alle. a. tbhey are werker thun th,, deroctnioi. er ,11 e.i.o
tled with ikurs a e nurretilleof rha:1,.i ',i. 'in "., lee
lea extractiie inattr tlan water alonne. ciii Ia. sr, , r..re
otherwleo oh ectlr ,nl lene f, r the po 'et t aI fee . v - a' -e
ltrlt ari the tesnmah nrrreltfd by theliIr- r,,e, : r o
nrlaer taken wtlh eacirt *,w id. sO nio u,)e i at:ee:. e
tptt kteerp l'ed t , i 1 ri "i ' ,,n,
lHere the luv·r te.rr and supnrnpeto ~ i toe Flilh! Ltractls
are stnlat ' oly cr.f,,.
TL. .nrerteenl e -f lhii .oner.it w' h* w es nn a
with thepr prru isa.eet ' loel In ee .I , :e --. ) ,.o
YNT I.ABORATORY FPOR TI!: \ \i 't'T TKi )F
I'L1I, i'tTlAtT·e b seenlo v.it e ed . ....
o.s une ild druggstte from Mi palsu f tiie L' te. -1.tes, aol
t - mene or prep.artian rsecved telr unuemu.,ls ia.n. ,et
lleln rtl d a iaiy ( encentratl F ;..d bxheete eare piea
ae lat Ltn to uLd Dr. oandli Imentlate oU th r CIue~.
II. T. IIELMBOL.D.
Dr-nlrl·, of elihteen yearn' orerient,e. and mapnufctsrer
of Belmbnoh'd Uahuine Prep.terltesn
Princtipl Depot.--le:mholds Drugl aon i ('brhelr'ra W'e.
hboru. No 59h Bredwsr. New Yort, next Metropelltan
a-ol; nd tsblnet'c Maedcnl Depoi Be. 1R South [uath
Sold by DBre'ugae Evewywthere.
Fris $1 2 per bcttla or six tor $t d.
NIne ar geulnine n·ef dn'e up in s enaeraved wrap,,er
with lac ramnle of my cheaucal wanhosa. and ;gned
H. T. HEMBOLD.
The proprietor was compelled to a!-pt thibs wrapp- b,
euae of the growng epaoLr nty hb MliaLe,andto mreveant
e~uioec and denesroe eeeaterfeitle.
"HE ORESOENT'8 DISPATUOHfl.
V'ROM WASH I N~ TON.
SOUTH A'VERICAN AND WEST INDIAN NEWS.
1)I,.'ER ON AI,\ E EtiI.
T11 IE U H 1AT'T' TItI1AL.
I'ItOCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
Fassage of the Arkansas Bill Over
RISCLUTICN TO SIMPLIFY THE PUB3LIC DEBT.
PASSAGE OF THE DISABIILITY BILL.
Evarts Nominated for Attorney General.
A N1C: \V TAX IIILL.
^ BIG FIGHT ANTICIPATED.
WA-mi rCN., June 22 --The Venezuelan revo.
!ii' o n ii ganl,ig strenrigh.
'I he Arizona, icum Aepiuwall, brings 'n ni.in
'lie steamer M'iorning Star and hark I' ,irtland
e(,lided on Lake i.re, and b th aulis. I ':iiy
,,' n were. I" it.
1'l.e Halntn rveri n'ioni-to have receivel a
ihuvand rnit s at d i a c aulfnourit if manili *'irn.
A i, giro iri-!'r' ,ty in l t. lit tOuram has t l 'auaed
the ilaugula' luu it stlrltgent rPe latiou n.
'I he Pr'zilian emir r-,, on opening ie (General
1\.'n m y. aiid the oraited ltal'e hail prulfered
n diallon whoI h w"a rrefu.ed with thanks. Th
I'.,raguia.an have ained 4000 womr n to gcard
li,, tr rcn I uni'icatihon .
I he trea-ur) ieirar'nrent issues the fotllo rin:
'* l Iders itI evene-'lirtiee d-.iriing to convert
1t., t tl'o0 Pve tw -ne .-. nIu t preT4 llr lt il ( to ft p
treiasnrer hi re or t New York. aa ti l,'w'a: nit
'iiied.liin e 15th reJuy 15h July 15,h; ri ' ! J ly
','ii htfire Aunlu-t It. hna i-sued in ex
I ince tio hear tii'rei-t f o im J lyv 1:', t u will h:'
d,. t l'"67 an)l l(;- at ownur' ,lpt in.
i he oorn dl),p,,'hei r-eport It wi n-'w ruicides.
'-nrrait haM h'-n di'-,iMar,!ed on tie triinial in
' ' n llt, and fe i in +t UO h tilt on the new fine.
i ' a-e w a- p. atptn-d unt:l to-d y. tluil will
t: di uhtedly be raiiedi durgi: the at-'turin. anIl
ri atll ill IIe enlarged. lHe p eial not guilty to
l e I 'pW I ni('m et.
-not - Pa-ved a afint renolutiol dropping
rI, li the rol. c po c-ra abs t w h w'lo l' I ;
San n-ellir g the ite it For It (,ovingtni, M iryt iti.
i ri,-r pree tei d ita i nm , rn il 1,r the t-.taibihh
noi i r f a goiVlrnrm nt i ,uk., e' nrempl'ing the
4^5 iuent of the national denlt w thou't birth-,r tax
i.II n. leferred to the coirnnitt-e oa tionane.
TIe Colorado adulasion bill was up, bit went
Mr. Morrill, cf Mi-ine, wanted omne system in
. itiitlig terriit,rils. Notwithit ndin. N e'a
.: uranice that I toirado wi Al. vite rig~it. Morril
had tlo doubt but that Colorado would be a D:in
- rilie late.
'I te Arkaraan an!: in bitl paited over the
te'" by a party vote. Adli ,rn,.d.
I ,.. - Nothing import int, under the regular
hi, day iall.
re roln'inn declaring that the pubii'c debt
honid he rcduiced toi a aimple andl .i'orm ,ay'Pe
iinee easily un." , rod by the people. anll tih- in
hi rest thereoin riiireed, and intruc'ing the ways
at.d n eatre commnittee it, reporlt a hbil agreeably
iterttot. passed. A mootion referring tIi- abiove t>
'hi ci lnmittee on wa)a and man-a fallel, by ';7
Stie same conimlttee were intructel to ialqiire
'nto the expediency of appropriating fifty mililo.a
to boy matured anid maturing coin debt. and no
r w indebtedneva to be c'reated n'tl the cola in
treau ury I reduced to $2. I)i0.01,o).
1 tle c-,ference report removing disahbilitie was
recorn.itered anil oa.aed - ' to 41. 'Tl bill has
now ipased both Hlouses by two-thirds and goes
to tl e president.
'I he elecrli 'i comnrrittee's report, aeting MCKee,
r,-dical. from Mayville. Ky., distri t was adopted,
iiultiee radicals, including rLaJ Steveno votuiiz
The tax bill was taken up. night sessions ordered
her ttelr, and the tax will have uninterruptel
I pe-easion of the Honne n-itil fiiiahe i. Adjorlnrr i.
.no. J. Boyne., 1t I. lurnell, tawen Tnorn and
MMichael -hea are c'irratt'a bondirnen.
The president has nominardl Fr'varta for astor
t ey general and (; n. Mu!f r 1, "''llec'.r of tie
third Virginia revenne ditrr, t.
t)n preentattiun of the Arkansas delegatin t°
nnrrow the l tero rata wit olcr a protenst, eigled
b) them all.
i-en. Mcade was at the war ofi ' to day.
li enck, toiday, in presenting thl new ftix hill.
Sn plinned bittrly iof the treatment the ways
and iieans comniuittee had rec'eived at 1 IJ bin i
ofi ie House, and dencon-ed the !lHoie a cti,,n
a II n 1we andl unelens, alid c(r'r..i.u toi reslti ii I -.
of timne and revenlue. He was li.triutel by the
S n rnilttee of wayS aed uoea1n t) deny p it' rity
I ,r rivi.on'ibut-i- r t htiebi'l 1ti then iro
,.ided ti" nilirn tIih' hIL but i-' lirm'it'o'
v l- hhh schencik ilitmelf ippo.,iw chitk-i hin 'rit
I ,"te he waon t':i'!ih with the wak,.sky clituse
I x ,n tlu:-kltI i. ,y ce:..:. coliectatle at
' e dti'll'ry wav'ihousi, whi'u ibh:- barrel are t)
t>lln' ,d. A 'i,(t--i(f 1', I:I c~i truad oi ad
S:ttlleinii , and $1 per linel Iter 2"). bare!s.
-i,, jirg ettal.-hmelunnt, ai o alao chargecd a
i; rd ihtce aId t'.y cin'o per barl over a
' ihunel. t'utir nr- are al-,i 'nel ,' prnpo ti'i
i( tutirued. VWhen i-e behoi d iheir r:i-.ar;r ca;) i.
y. 'Ra c t wo iti)l'l -ir- a ray.Wi tit,'lr alceitalertand
eler reini e r tasxed 'n prop-,rtlon to ,al'q. 'T 'i
,Ir t t w., (nihtlnn e hu l oa u -i w iu tiep da o
arT tchen pt- ,iretedl itu . hi e wp is nationr
nunber!ce-a qnealiion atr 'lied lo in, ansd te
'I; , ~P Jf i c:'ai_ a Ii, : ' i-!t thrp e'
., a :d w i !l r * , o :, $1,- ' . ,,
S i., 1 : ' v: i'i.- i, , .': i . ' e
A: be 'k prgressed wth hi expl.nations
numberhess questions were fake ;iun, han tae
I ;i gr-y es in cilia e ta ol: h a ,r t' e i e
'- i , n il. . \c' ,na ta iti rr ' i-i -, ,ta b.
Su -, i... .i ne ...- ':lseel down: 1./Lie L
'' r latg, w h
I, ' lien ID in ,h atial by n iark. Weather
Her ,nd p-el.-a-t
. Jnae . J--Rvcr faluina here and
FEOM SITTHWXEST PA!S.
di tw- * P'n,, n 12211 A. M.-'!'r ei
ter " 4.: I '- " ,rtl,.i a ' t ,l treshi Arrive.
't ait ipm 1p:, y a . --r, Nae York. t' A.
hiuilti n, and I''e;,n I ik Pn'.dllt'ni, Acratfle
I'asi, to G. P. u.!:n. No departures.
IDeath of a ' Queen'--Prtaee Alre*d sad
apser l fll for Ellmiand- The ~lentitprll
Dul·'arreaMuae Flecet Be.l el d hy
Rolalit-- MItlny--lia Memrllu l-- umered
Ix n0sc, June 2.-The queen of Madagijcar is
The advance of the returning Abysiian expe
dition ba reached l'iymouth, and the rear hba
AilruAMr , Lgypt, Janeee2.--The aemakiP
Urgent, with Napier and stafftt and Prince Aluied,
hsa just departed homeward.
Ls.r.Dos. June 22. - lu tioe House of Common'.
to day, Stanley agreed with the re-ommendatio :
,f the t entra!ity commission, but legislation or
he subjei.t is no, pos.tbls th'. sr.5i In.
A review of Farraeut's fleet took place a'
(tiend to a ty. Tre king anl queen of Be:g.urii
parced it rough the fleet, when the usual sa:llte
A mutiny occurred on an American clipper a'
antwerp, which was suppressed alter a sharp
The anniversary of the death of Maximilian was
atlemnly ub.erved by Carlotta and the Helgium
r,5yal laninly at I-. her.
It is reported that E. C. Cashman, the Ameri
can consul at Rome, has been recalled.
Can ato, June 22.-A hIfe boat, the Little
Western, built here on a new model, capsized on
the trial trip. drowning Capt. Merritt and a rimee
reporter named harry Chisholm.
I.,t I. l:, June 22 -The Louivesille and Cin.
ctninati mali boe's, the Louisville, Jeffereonville
atid IndiaLapolis railroad, and the Little Miami
ailrhuad will take So,utheru delegates to Now Yo'k
lice of ctarge and passengers at half fare upon
appli ation at tleir espect.ve offices.
AlotneTA. ,'un 22.--Alexander A. Stenhens
and llerschel V. Johln-on are urged to be present
at the nteet:ng of th:e National Democratic Con
hbe crops in this section are suffering for rain -
none of at.? consequence ena fallen in six weeks.
NEw YoaK, June 22.-The master masons an
Lr, l.tlaer, Lave res tIed to resi.t the demand oit
Il, ir en pi.-3.-- n,,w on a strike, anl also to !eg it,
,tnt the rules adopted by the nuion preventing
'Lem fron, fultilliug co.tracts.
A decision was rendered to-day by Judge
Din ;'s of the Stiup rerme Co-'rt. ordering tte abate
lnt of the lUrtadway bridge as a nuitsnce.
OTTAWA. C. W., June 22.-- The trial of Wheelan
has been fixed tfor the 2d of September.
Sr. I.ot -, June -2. -Wm In ,rry. who killed an
Forlih ' i o r a year ago, will be tried fo; tnmrd.r
at 1 aniocu.
'I .e Indians are quite troublesome above Fort
L't isvNAi. June 22.--Southern delegates to
Ile )tlilletmo ,a e i.ouvtinti ,n are fiurn-tied patoPes
t, New Yilk aid re,.rn hbv au'iI:a in It the
.fl .e ul the l.i.;re .M tii llailroid in tats city.
1 o',n'. June 22 -- Noon.-Consots 91'@'4.
It o d t .
I i i ,I .Tntn -'O (' tto-i l:ti' 't an-I
steadv. Sal.s 11 )1,0 balts. Otheir markets u:i
I roit'r., June 22 - 5f'errnonn.---t'iitto eatier.
1-is w. nit exceed Ii 110 bales. Pork and lard
dull. Naval stores hekvs.
Iiit ri,,,. .lune 22- Fve:nng.-- Cntn e.sier:
rpil.t.if ,. 1 I d, lid. ; O)rl :trs. 11 '11, . Sltes
to- lay 10 100 biales. 'Pirpettine. 2ia. ld.
rNew llor June . 2- \f-ern-o.on. -Peto m r.
k,' d'll. I'rli., , -'. lower. Male 00 b, alsl . Mid.
,longs : F .,. Flo r tdro .t, g- mi tohrn. $ 0 0 7
fl. V !,eat drc ,.-t N, w Autir, ia., $2 7110.
i'orn erosed a Htade better-Mtxe.d Wesiern, $1 fit
t, $1 l17). Mesa I',rk itet. l.ard shabde I w, r -
F trtlt e r dtrt Ot l 17' 1 .- . (;ri,,,e iq a I n-teal
'r, o it., I ancle,. Fi" t r igh dull. (; Itro i.t' ti
ste.,,y, toit 14l04. nttrring 11, . bourein S:.te
'Ai %'NNAlf, June ??.--('ette-n opened fiemer bti
cl sed dull. No *ales. Middlingsnomiunlly ';).
lRe t+pts I I :l,'s.
(tllAt.rti.lTr.N, June 't2.--('otton Iq i,'t. Bgtas
32 bale- Middlings uominally 29 t' rc. Re
ceipts 27 bales.
Lortlit I .o-. June ?'!.--alesR 51 hhlt. t'hba,'ee:
lures to fair Io f $f,l1, 510. Snpertine floor $7 50
t WIheaSt 2$? 20: oIl 1 $2. . rn 'i ',tri ' . ) its
77+',rc. In $1 t 741 IM 5 Mess pork $24 2.3'r,
2 50. Lord 171,1; Ic. Itacun --haboulde a1 tj ,
1'ti j ., clear rib sides 17'., clear sides 17i0.
Pltt rtiel.- sh alders 17 r.. char esite 151c.
I 'OIt. It. June ?2. - F n:,r herd more flrmv:
iir:iy f9 T r5In. O V Wheao 12,J` 1). Ctra -"'
lti' 77. MIts p.-h f2°. lird 17 . :Ilk
treatl - -'.ou'del 11 -ic ., iiieos hell at 1 'i
I[lc. Bacon ad'l -shoulders 1!tit134 ., si.les 16i
l7c. Butter 27-'::It0c. E'gs lI .
SI. I.ti.s, Jute 22 --Tobacco unchanged. S-i.
iertine flonr .5 73·i6, 25. Wheat lower. $2 l,4
2 2,. Corn SO'. Oats 7167I,;c. Pi'rk $2% it.
BU',,n--shoulle"rs 13c., clear ailIs 1Tc. Sugar
cuied hams 194204c. Ird 17V;19c.
Appotalmenta by Genaerl laebLUam
HBADQUARTERS, FIF1 H MII.UTcRY DISTRICT, i
New O)reans, La., June 20, Iti.
Spec.al Order, No I'7 1
1. James S Zicharie is hereby appointed aider
man of the sFcn-,ot Diitri.t, city of New r'e tns,
La.. vice Victor l'radoa, announced in special or
ders No. I23, current seric, from the-se heal
quarters, w ho tails to qualify.
3. Uip >n the recommendation of II. B. Chase,
nms t r u; the cit:y of Cliaton, approved by hii ex
cellency, G(ovenuor Baker, the tIolowing appoint
ments are hereby made in the -ate of Louisiana,
to till eliatitig vacancies:
J'ar,., t"f /., 1i- - , it n r.--John Marston, to
ihe police jur r for the hfth ward. vi-e John kich
,.J. deceased. Jacob Guth and T. B. MGlevrn
dnt., It be constabies for the tilth ward.
Appointees will transmit to these headquarters
a c5opy of the required oath upon acceptance of
5. J. O. Landry hav;rt been elected controller
of the city oil , w I'i-i en5, and being nnab!e to
quiallt Ii. the mianner pIre.e'rrne, In opocial orders
No. Ii'. curretnt series, fr.:n these lie lqtlarters.
l'aset-its loibatre is htretty a nitittitilol controller of
lte cIty f N'w lrieins tn',lI said Laudry can
o. lihry under the ntw (',n-:tiilon.
'I le alp,,iutee will transmit to these headquart
ret* Ie ri Ith;ied oath of ,fhie.
,£ly commnid of lrev. Majy.-Gen. Brit-i to av.
THtS. tt NEll, a.
Maltr A-tth lulantry. reve1 ISrl eirt-ral . C a..
Acuit A, it tasn Ali' ,snt tiert.,l.
.t Llent . - 7th Il,'ry. Hvt. It Lieu.. I'. 1. A.,
Attig A..it it Adjutant tieueral.
' lE IE t: A i EiT aAT Ill'icai.--The eve of the
groa:t lIesteal if the SacBgerteot was Ior all the
t;rtli it sllls-nr s i1 (. hb ago a titie of in'teos ex
It h nit-t and t title. 'netlr scolons wer, Iltl ,sr
Itd at d eaicr i<.lsers tie otltcWwl wore lit
tel d w :h ir,.-In W.:lve s. hIMost I,-an . h,+ Il Itt,,red
t' td -iret-itll- atod iihtw t lin-'roves hredl the
tii liic it t il alt ier w, evertreens dii ,ckeil the
wsia.s, a di e\ryselre Ihe eye iImet ectler the:
. irn ul tthe Neith I c. rnian liid, li,,a-k re- a't-I
walei, ocr the noble olu t iermau colors of Iitk.
red and gold. and mniottoes of welcome and bro
therly feeling. The next ni-rnitg, thi' lath, fifteen
Sk,<loties arrived I, one railrcad. In the cvenig
cumne a iilegation ot live hundred frm E'n inn ti.
In the evening tee first grand concert touk ;'lie
at ct-t ntla , at wIi--l ti.e l indr+te Irttu rilritpe
a.l introtlt u -eti to tile Raljier.c". These are 'i't &
Arra, of lte e-une : : . 1". 41. I ..nti ,k. of lwIat
h 1-; t.lnr: h Hanmmel. li'eer a'.r;st:n and O(t'ar
is. i , <f It,-il-. • uaiiU l a,.tzitW aid Vice I
Vt ter, o. C('ilict-..
't-e r h. i'ra, to h., h was untder the tea lervhip
of tianse leta'ka. was 'comnpo-et as ,ll.,lo - iirlt
00 ti,1 htI; ceimid tiili.s. 12: vt-las. -; viin "
':-t o,. 7: i-toll 0t 140,+ 7. flu eia : .ilrc uets. 2
I s'-Oitts b2 irns. I: tru:peir I : tri'onh-,int.
-,: tuita, l: st rc-i-nt,. 1, iat- d4nin, I: kett!e
cr - ni, 2 : triar lt., I : tetor drum, I. T',:at. 77.
'I, more were t, tie a-i-el. iThere were .b- i
-C0i vonlts in tile citotlr .
ibe teitl'l (t nrti;:te' received by mail several
'titers anud prenmo from ,terlnany of di.-!l¶·tnl. id
, ,' r[ccrs and poetse, zi: Mi:lee, "in I 'r
W.-rrn. at leio-i," : ;,r:usav tIeich:arit. BR rlrl. e,'.
l'riva'e entertiaitmtnots ar i ex. trsitos havne been
arcrined by early all 5., 'i.tieo.
- * --- ,
TuiE (:, ORatI \ . ATE LOTTi .--This intitutin
has just pa:d out another -imu of 17d0. on a il
til] et. Almost every week, :ucrative prizes are
won, many of which are not mentioned, beclause
the lucky drawers are too modest to a!low their
nantes to appear in the papers. Dave John-ton's
way is, to pay, right down, whatever s won, pro
vided the wincing party is willing to certify in
the newspapers to that effect over his signature.
A gri at many prefer to wait until the fixed time
arrives, and they go off rejoicing with their hon
dreds in greehbacks song in their pockets, with.
out a word whispered to their friends or their
creditors about the secret. The Georgia State
lottery is a great alair, and Dave Johnstoa is a
PrIPaRnoRIAt, F FViT:r .--Phe body of a
rre.aned boy. 14 years ot age, was foundi yester
day fhi a nig at tie bead of Lounsa street. It i
Srippore., t, he that of a hboy who fell into th
tiver from the Second Dist'nct ferry some day
Mr. A. I). Gne..ron, an old citizeo, well-kowno
mn ronicipal vi sirs. htie bent appin'ed by MAvo'
icnway to the p, sitiun of commlsary of Tr-'m,
'I hiere are pear bes. pears and figs in town.
'lTh re asa no testival by the firemen at the
!'air Gr,.mnds on Sini day, the festivities an
l,-i.iued lrl tar t cay beli g postponed to Sunday
e,(-t, in conseqfuence of an anticipition of no
A col re-! c, nth narian nned James, age-d lA
tare, ad boi Li 1 Old \ irgilny, did on Burgundy
Tihe alarm of tire from the corner of St. Per
nfrd and ('!aborne streets, on Sunday evening.
.bout 9 e,'c'ek, was a fIl'se one.
An unknown n tan was seen to jump into the
riser at tie head of IDelrd street, on Sunday.
N.it) it g further ta b e .-vered concerning him,
and he was undoubtedly drowned.
Mla.)o.r C.t wa' )eeterd-ay received five appli
( altin for certileates of citizenship from colored
en o who Iropr,.e going to Cuba to enter into a
sallor icotract there.
lt-corder V'ronard still occupies the bench in
the Foiurirh Dieitrit lRic-order's Court.
The hI.,ia ofl a w hite boy, ten or eleven years
i, If. ias i; .i.,L at :!' i, it of Louisa street last
U-,,,u. nea.r po-i .7. The hidt was clothed in
a eieik cisit and cheek pants. Any person
oI .xious to it-entily the corpse will find it at a Mr.
l rousiW 'a uidertakir'i siOu, on Circus tlieet.
Ii we u t;r-.ar .ud i'oidido brtcts, until :i
u i tk tie jornintg.
7'1 t ur;m.ill ar 1 far-famted scholar. Hon. and
I' verind 'l,--ma, W. Conway. was present. yea
:+ci da, at the difereut colored ec'hool exarnin -
iti . :r tle FIr-t litri- t. Whether this amiable
iridivliuel w, a r tlually attentive to the schools of
i, tr - I: f(r . htidr, a of his own ro!,r, it is an
p bit.,i ft;r 1i . ( i.- msNT reporter to say. Be
At least one ihndred men were arrested, about
nh de.., .(.-eia3, hv the I n ed t.ot,-s msarshal
aid hie I.,po .-. e asi-t..d by the city pul , on the
',,dlCe of rstt'e,, u g L to i liul'e tIhl' eutrality laws
'Ihe nml ttrT Is iiVu il "t in Tly-tery : blt it 1 i en
trally t.',c C!t tI:tr d.-tintlion of the erow i 's
l. 11i i. :itir in t I i, i eii i ots re Antonio t 'I
Sine7 i *wa a '. r ite,] t. o t.L t I hif of ool: ie as i v.
irg belta arrested at the corner of Espoanale at.l
1. ,.e sir, ept fr io,4 Ii Coulll!PCtCIOU with the cO!l
t l e H i., a i uIn: ea t :t ,t u.
T, e . i- -,e l - i- : in of any ciOnsei1 hetce in
tie city .i r ti -i tih pr 't ciuty hou-a. [ II sirrut,
at d i 'ew::l- I.o k' tite el t-n, and the verdii-e of
ti e shad- a i ,i tofl iii the ilower anid vegettble
cnrde e' i !i - , tri- i - L- - 'O to lhe e e. If .t
are to have a y rity p iod th; s lar iit ,l:it
Iackt-ard. Fks L.Have a 1a;, r tIiu year that aIiS
hardly ever been ejlualh d in this z ire.
n... iir , l r a i ti t l i, as4 u ,,iid d ,urinrg
'1 e ent re day P t eterday wri the p. Jreediumui in
a I ape c'ae.
A t9It It tR ('o rF-,t- , bI.TIT'- t - e -W e Irn that
Mir i1. , ! y ,i. r.e, 1 tri' tax e ,-, ir ,.-'t lir
tit, I <,urih l' -tri t i .- hr,-n servpd w, h the h .1
1 wing Loticc by h., late opponent n t.e r dital
" N w Out EAxN, I.A., June 21, 1lr:I.
To ITi rv -ri., , I -.
"'l - , , 1 l-'ale take not', thl it I pretend
to , ,,iatett :;i, va .ihty of your pr, htei lh'd-ti nt
to lithe (t e I t -. te tai , ilect r of the Fourth
I'i-:tct I Le 'i ty iof .u trl- iru. Ls.. at the
! t., e.tiin i( lia caid d,.trct ,t', New (Orl-Ai ,.
in the 17 ii a d i lth dirays of Apr-l, 1 ,S, on the
htll wi rgr gr nf.,., to-wit:
I" rt t hit yi o were not eliibtue to, hold the
P i r rof St ~r tax ,,ec',r of line F-ourth , ..
tin tI, I'y f New ller.ts. i n the 17th an.d 1-:b
day- , t Apti,. l-HN.
S,--:~ ..- T at you did not receive, at said
eli i 'n, at Iaa.lrity of the legal votes ca.t.
' T.rd-tI- at tn the registrati- n, and in the
e', Ltion i f tihe Fourth D:strct, gross frauds were
Ve \ry repre fully, I. P. DO-LOaItNEi(l."
Mir Prr ,,. t leon'i:T.--On~e hturdro- and fumlrteen
ie.tiiia w-r r el rt ,1i ;ar' week . )ff th-se I lied
of iuichot iwona oi , I iunelentally kiled. I cho'erT.
SctI 2t.tion of the brain, . p'.rnicious fever. 1
r int leivr-, : o't i er feh r-s, i I]t'llanmation of the
I un. 1 I eaRt i:isease, cionsomption, 3 pn.cr
niorlia. 2 retlu: at. - irl. 3 old age, a still-torn, and
the uala co of various ordinary diseases. i;
were tmale-, I- leiali, and .; infants. ;.7 were
wi iles, 2': blac ks and It nulatto-s, and 3 not clas
IFItd. 4t; were na:der 1 year old, and 21 b hrtwen
I ord !0. 72 were native* of the United States, 24
Lot stated and is were foreigners.
Fti'r .1ni' T t S.-'his ecce'ntric Ilr't'r rist,
who is now in New York, senod the followiung re
ply to one of Treasurer Kittreoge's disp-atehes
Hl titi btin to bea hieteit . The letter also in
Ses a, in paynment (f see's ordered, an imitation
of a filfty cut note, heing a ticket of admission
, titei li at of amisement known as " I'ickwick
! t l . " I:)n:.in at s:
N' NEW Y-l:, .Trine 19. 14-i.
" i , d K'-Article lil' received this imorn.
ang. Mr. Klily sends the following people to day
- l.rie ('anal: Tim eWoodrafi, Billy llair, Cony
;m.,,,an. S.:(iy L uckle' y aid t.e ; corgii M nstrela.
Stie ,-us:neos Lere will no: permit of our cominir:
hrowever some of my friendrl will be there.
l'Thi retre, 3iu will reserve ihe first ti r, i,,.r in
bhe -,'i . Inclosed find itii - /. -. c ,0,r ,ei, ,l
I i'- with ui 1 big. Caaip otiolas in ,e every
( 't CAGE t'!' '10rvI'tEn Mr eietR.--Pet-een 12
anr 1 ich,.. k 3 -"teIday nrorii2 ao!ored wiomlttn
S tiriaged on ('i rturnon sire,-t, n-ar i; lv e Can !,
' '.. v-n' i ". I ,' p, ir w,.,ni wats d;-ie -vce
tr Mr ai fbi r in !, nornaiv, and alth.iu'h hile w-s
1 .nit rii , Ic' Ii exot-i- aid Ii-., uI i i i .
. : .* - ; . y.1 tr per;y r' d lIr, i-e
, ', rel. A i.r.t 1- t lt.i-l Fr-,ek itrown ws- ar
ii ced yeter Icy in tle t..:ind I.:.1i -t byV oti'er
'oil, Dn. charged Vlitl Deeng the iterperrator of tie
ie'teye. li is a -,,, !.are-d w;,h hav-lag t iii<ib el
u I. n rlin e'. Aulns:e. at thei c..rn-r of Ulagln
ave:ire and Gasquret street, on the Iihh inst.
Fr. Ma:i '- Cot I.i.i,.--Thie annumal exa'intntitn
of the rndents Rit thii- cX .-lhnt inlltitTl'i in will be
ri--in eul at the Nati ,-nl ltheaer tlis evenitig, the
,". I , em et raci dri lmanlon, anuc-nt and
i-i( i h u'l tit: lagE . , Ir' in miiti.t . rnuqiO and the
Si - .... - - - 4 I iedy in .t.e
titi ! "1H' \ :' e l iwyer.
! ' : T ' or i ,' ,e f .Mr. Jueph An',,
S, i.< - , t i r -t t ID Id r.np -aturdl y nig'it, -y
S'vt* wo rc "It er'--, tii havie utade a en
" of , It o wr of 5.i'P 'T h. 4 Culd wat-lh
a'cl .i an, a runier ,I art: irs oi iewelry and
1i' t- I e I- i Hav'nta lottery tikets and ff3
un crrrt-eny wor*e ,,'m ,
S·l'. ,, d-- h i ti. be htire corner of St. Petor
.: h, -.tn i .r' 1 t- a,- .'-'1 d b' M r. J. 1.. oe
i , I . ta~, i lT 1- i I ." ' ,itC 1l Tiai a C r..
: r . '' ''y, a---. W: - i." r b ed W -e -
, v ·d , H. ( , id in.nn'm to ti ,e riio i. ,
S' r "1 I , tR F • (,[1 ' | *II, ,-in, I i t an .
" l' I. aI.A <;+,r..: t.'ion t ikq, t'I,:I , _ i'
;t a - . , - ei r i, i t.e, twelve metal
I : i' " :· · ft r s· * notes
Al - i, fl re- :t. - ahuarclar, ron Sin ,y
ii.. v.. c.h rsic' ii the rc-lOd n ,,t
I phi ft -cr, . ai -e ar-errs
"','tr " I ', apiirt-i'i-' iw h r- e tli ur-i
, ixi wi-rc crcep.c'. Hlnt 'inanela -
t Iha P 1g I , e . I i t lW .1 aia ti e it l -u W re
Sr . gl: ' L. .,a1 t s rd atenea towar fthed, ,r
t . . . r, r P.,rpe +. i"..-e th f, al
I "L i i1 - y tes . d t r+ 'en 9 pE n ,. a'
S ".*.s., 'l tio r 'u Ii c,'ierr aid tu i-. tin
iiterk0 in riodi tie two riletM-, a t seizairt
.r. F ," ' ,r . the I ii. t, the tli,--h
, ,-ns t, i o .. : ia i no w a i n, i a t a struggi eS.
i4.: whi h fe swa- Lut alleD very rrtughly by
Is, ,pp nent, ard critn brhiih he only escaie r
,lter a aevere piunding, leavieg hsblalrtieeev ci
i h, i i y n the . .Hta'u' hands. This wasy c: •
a btrought to the d.t,, i ac apoble rmean' f
, enrtifia'ton. eolrwhihe, we suppose the thlief
is laughing in ea other sleeve.
I. -e -t.--The coroner feld an in'tueet on
ui, iy Uion the bidy of Celestin Alexis.
i-li red, at No. 2.' Dumaitne street, aged ,i
3 urs. V. rd:t-intari:t.tory reoumatism. Also
Ibcase street. Verdict-convulsiona.
FaT.Ur STi' i-i Act tY-On Sunday night,
shout half-past eight o'clock. a diffilty occurr-ed
between two men named Joseph Constance and
Eugene lticard, originating, it is saidinthe for
mer's supposing that the latter had struck a friend
of his. whr wa toxicated . Picard wma stabbed
is tl e left side, anc0 died in the Charity lospi.
within two hours. Constance before that oifne
bad surrendered b'meelf at the central station alSi
w a yesterday renanded to the Parish Prison to
await examination before Racorder Becker.
FIRST IIbTPlICT COIRT -Nolle prrwequts were
entered yebt rday in favor of the toi twing p.-r
suns: Patrick Norton and John Mucoven. for
embezzlement : Wm Kelly, as-atilt and battery
and Peter McDermott. for embezzlement.
Westley Good colored, accused of larceny, was
tried and acquitted
Dennis Paul. Ligger, pleaded guilty to an as
sault with a dangerous weapo. Remanded. He
.la:bbed another " manhood " at the corner of
lturgutdy and St. Ann streets, a month ago.
Milton Htardtwle, a neuro. pleaded guilty to the
barge of larceny. the accusation was made by
Mr. Ieon Popuu'u. a Psble nertleman, who states
hat Hardwik stole ft.ur rilltar hals onf his bil
liard rabte, corner of hi nvi.- arti Ba-in streets,
valued, the four of them, at forty dollars. Re.
i he case of the State vs.. cIn Lacaze, for libel.
Is lsill golrg on in the First District Court betuore
1'n ,Tit I lTiTrT Cri: -r -in the case of R. S.
ln-hb %s. 1 . W t: ilIrns, for the Jldgreship of the
ns nlith District Court. the defenda ' tiled an ex
*epttin. 3tsterday, embrarcing ten points. One
of tlie points mentioned began thus : " Neither
raid ordiuanDe orr prorlalia ion authorize plain
till," ttc. 0 I.tndley Mutrray'
TIIE PU' 1.1C 85IHool..M - wNUAI. EX
The annual public exercises of the schools con
ducted under the management of the Board of
School Diretorsa. which had been so auspiciously
inaugurated in Saturday by the exhibition at the
Normal iScihoil, were resumed yesterday in the
primary and gramruar schools of the First District,
twelve in numrter, and at most of them proved of
a character extremely interesting to those who
have the cause of education at heart. We first
I S-x 11001 ,
situated corner of Perdido and St. Peter streets.
Iitre the number of puouln averages tive hundred,
.Ld ha, been ourinc toe past season as high as
live liuJIdrt-u aid asity touur. olui Mr. l i.-ree, the
trire il'-la, Iti ri w u"., and in fa,:t a' each school
wae vetird the ame e fct was remarked. thet dur
Irg i e last nitirth, since the cummer exodus to
ie a atel :r g p! eae nrd the N' rib hhs be.iui the at
t, ruI'n'e ha. ei etrly dim nitlied. Ihlriwg our visit
to i:.e BI'rk i houl we lad the pleasure ,t wituess
1 t he tXall.iUithJn of hIt lit.,i saiz. toIn r nmar.
t i: e tre.tetnt es ahd i'll, iau.4 u t itrlate ril tore
w t re pat,.eir y the pupai- in i way which sih-wed
iii ui ctip'letiy tuanttrer of the language, and
'It1', tirlt ,I tih I'cs l, ily 0l the.r havmZi lehrned
'tr ru:e-. on by rtle, tn is too frequently the
cane with y),unrgters. When we left the exam
ia'ii n was -tll pr-preusnug, alnd w.: to, con -lide
ui tite -if terition with cloLCtplsllnlns andlt due amti
t r. 'I te faculty it ther s:chol cuntIets of Mr .1.
I aidwell tPierce, pti'rtpal; !isst Carrie Kiaso ,t.
I tt nt-letat : hM--es Alle shiiupweil arid N. H.
A at. ,n, teicoud a-",aut.: Misses M. Pinlay. A.
A. Fitch and A. itheau. third a..istants, and Misses
91 I pper anid A. M. Beach supernumueraries.
H e next vi,:ted
1l'e tiC. GRAEttR q'TRTET PlHtOI ,
For colored ichi Jren, under the tuition of Mr. P.
Mi. V. i ilan , . Iuii.pal, and hMs. Mary Wit ltma,
1!', P. W liunms aid Art',ur Wiliulis asistenrs.
i r. H imlianis, who, with h.s wife. Psn anl daugh
trr hasl ettire charge of this school, is a e raduste
, i !ir'nmoutih (oilege. (ii Ic3, ) and was there a
t.'ie-nlite ofl x uniitiarv lovtr-lor Flanders. He
was also for reveralyeara prineip' l of one of the
1 tu,i-lie chols for coured Cllldren in New York
Stiy, ad evidently bilig. to hear upon the educe
l rf: i the v, tth of his own race, grrat abilities
a- an ius lu.-t r. The order preserved among the
ct l;.en durang the exerelee was perfect. Let
t ut a whirper be heard, and a glance from the
I ritcipal sperdily quieted the transgressor. One
< r two s:nipe airs were ,uag in good time aIid
tery tuirrectiy by the chlldren. Mr. Arthur
he itolrs eam ,crmpa!ving them up,,o the pino.
It e first cIe:rs in geography passed a very credl
t,,ic e.nali.atiuh, iepli iug aith proumptitude to
.se orti l il rin ,l pin liistiuus by aviator. iIncludi ig
iun b as' ioulnd and give the capitals of Louisiana.
( o ne ctic at, Rtlhode island, Missouri, Tennessee."
O(i the Ith of Novermter last, when this school
was tran-terred by the boreen to the Board of
bt-Liout l:rtctorb, there waere but sixty pupils.
1t he are now two huudred and twenty, and Ihave
been at one time two hundred and eighty-tive.
the aesa vary from four to eighteen years. Some
of the boys mounted the rostrum during our visit
ntd declaimed very creditably. It is a pity that
better school rooltus could not be found for this
luetotution, for in their present quarters the pupils
are Luduied together uncomfortably close.
ThlE t( UlMON eTRIET CilIHOL,
Fir colored children, was tse next we v;sited.
I.-re at re are at prt sent one hundred and twenty
live children, a:'huugh there have been two hun
dred and twtuiy-three. Nor is tts building any
too laige or cornmoii"iu for the purpo-e to which
it is devoted. 'be achodl is uuder chiarge of Miss
Cori li haClarkson, a lady of acknowledged ex
SIllt Iuce aid abill J as a ins :rurtress, andl of MNs
MA. . Tr itor, who has charge of the primary d.
partnent. tl.s Clarks-in feels . pride, and very
ji.c:th.t.ly too, in the success which has attended
i r florts. One ,of her liupils, a girl of fourteen,
read a conmpoitiun e.tltled " Nothing New under
the -.an," which w ou'ld have done credit to many
c,,;, r pet L';, whi:e another saholar. James Kenu
Iedy, a bright boy of about the same age, ac
q1uiuted hiimself bhaud-rtely in dectlamation, and
a. sa, id Ly Ioint.l calculition the folovwiig im
pr, lsiptl question, adtlure-ed him by a visitor, viz :
" 1I A lhs tao apples, " ltour tiuiessa Imany as A,
of -! I' tw,:e as nalL.; as A and B toget:ler, how
i-ur vi inote- li :~i ' He hoitiht a momentand
rr lie-i "'thtruy.":' mit i di it ust eramulesin interest
t, , w:-Lui ul,.on ,. I isLK! or bh, the ci-as in
ai.1L.i ictis, ri? ui-., in uin ,r of oifftiii I i qi"ations
werr- o rrlrI 11. atIwurue d ny thi' Cis-, :ir geograplhy.
A.;t Lg the vlrtors at this sitiool di;lng th day
': - Il. tcior Ma.',r (C'uway.
TiliE MtilsdN . iIOOhL.
]ttering the Madison chitool, one of the best
,btlltcups in the city for school trrposee, we were
gratined to find not only a very reapectatle. but a
tery select aterndance of scbhlaras and visitors in
the department if Mirs. M. E. McDonald, principal,
who presented a very numuerously signed roll of
.lorr, to hlich was appended a note stating that
it ars particularl y her tiunt) to ientilon the n tmes
If h.--t, K- ' MIirrow, IM E. l[Ean, K. Dalton,
Mi. I aiii-n, J. LUgsdoi, I,. tau'ield, and four
"t /nhu n n l a) ne dl l'li'.l tj i 4 of" a redlit, i'l all the
Su-ea h eqhYred, virrui. Irl cli -. to li) lper cent.
i.re .Jarnll-l y hrnt. litie aOcregto at.nuer oi
i ;.> + .I.,, I i -e- t at'es . sre' 4.' ,in-' se:
7 to tthe Hih t i. h, I tit .i-e r. WtA fotur.l tii,
i, 4 u -li . ii . :.+ r !ro ,l. hr.tt i r rsnst.iers
,t te -eut isrePt . pruirit a50d dii.',tvui, tuidat hli.
I .itr aued the regu -r or-or if the quiestilos
hy traversing from Europn to America. then
to alllea, Australia, etc.. etc., in which
lie risers, nIouiitaus and biundaries of
irth were certlitly and crrec:iy dfined.
i. .. . Wisagur, r, fiSt a"lurlrt'. lue0 a very
] i, .- cl' st-l- ti-i 'At iirle 5 , c in unh r depart
St-i si, ' wi ell :i-i l cusd I.1 the reveral
rile teic lhiit a:nl we ie:'It tI'Ro our
Ssi.,r s not ito 'a-l e Is i:h wioi i Inrg inJiu
Iv i i-it we cire the inam s o. t;rsilo liomr, lieiri
y ar , and +a -'i re 'i- ai vey i'raltiaoble cis:uiilois
lion, pat icusarly the lirot, whili spose of the
jul O-urt.tet - ; ,lrlt'i to the ih iih schotlol. Tie
it er aJri-l.it, are :I -e, N. Iri:silens, M.
it t ord. ititr lu [rster, Mrs. K. C. ',ci ann Miss
.t . t(u gy a. I hih-sb i. . 8anakuiti. t)ir tane 5,ts
-, Illuii 1 tl , we. , iu'1 oly V,-it the deupartimet
,rid-r NMr. "!,'(atri. wherie the sphJrinttritler,
r-i'iC. d o!r irit '.e**. anrid wei per-sitled hy
SJ e Ma i i -, wus,: a m 'c , m t lilg-r ti
tr p- te, e.t'e d tic I'r-is it
! r iitosr,i asll :0 e.c.ted ur r.tublitie's that
:l -;nll yat i.ib It Io la ie " day)s.
At t :e torrir ot i; :.et and Tri "! otreete, atl )r14
ti t . "r) r*,,,~.- who are !lder the contrl
an., Inliui tl ;n ot Ml:sse Jack-on, I ,liegsl and
ilrhi p. At this schooi a Paiutatory addrees to tnt
-,- wac ,ebietrod by M-lc Ella l.ias-ty, a fair
itrte lad a f tourteen, who spoke with a cle r
-,!-e and winning ninoier. The sitibellient ex
rc" i . wenre in the hii,s it degree atisfactatry.
aen reflected great credit upon both papils and
THE HlkArIi. sl;ole'; e(lOO1i,
Under the carertl management of c;eo. W. Lane,
pr.ucipal, is one of the most important in the
city; atd it evinces tLe fact by a steady increase
o1 thuiis from 406 in the year lal1 to the present
roll. wh:ch shows a regnlar attendance of 715I
scholars. We found the boys parug some very
dilicuit sentences, the pertormancee of which so
gratised the visting members of the board of
drectors U to call forth the highest maned of
praise, the teacher and pupils being equally
worthy of each other. In the
FRAIILIN (GRLm.') SCHOOL,
We found IM .e E. A. neaton, prnn ipal, exeerak
.ng her pupils in gramniar: and.atthe rcqleat of
l r. Rot ers, they parsed some very difficult pie
-iees from the poets Moore. Byron ad ,,tt
sltibh fully atteated their abilities in this branch
,.f education. The other departments were as
well sustained as heretofore, and this snesks
volumes. One of the departments, under Miss M.
J Oliver, was handsomely decora'ed witL tes
ron,, wreaths, evergreens and mottoes. One
very large wreath contained the teacher's name,
which evinces the fond afection of the pupil who
be-towed it. " Truth and Obedience," " Love
mlud I sty," " ndustry and Perseverance" and
Welcome All," were among the m it'oes in this
deiuartnent. The Misses llarrit- Kendall. Mul
vrny, Jackson, Ri-hop. Newman and Rogers are
the other alsistants who are entitled to much
Sredit for the marked improvements made is
their respective departments. Next we come
Which ever ranked first on the cata!ogue of
clhoolt since its establiihment. Ou entering the
passage way we were surrounded by a reulaer
.orirst of tmanolias, large trees moving through
it , hall like Blrnam wood moving to Dunsinane.
We found the pritcipal, Miss Cavidaly, at the
doior waiting to receive the superintendent. She
cot duct d us to a select sent. and at once te
uon.ed the prosramme of exercises, which was
carefnlIy divided into several parts; each Dart
(t ntiei.cii g with music from the piano, where
Suor lit'e fr:ied rf former years. Miss IlIlen '-taf
ltrd, was elevated to the dignity of " p'ofessor;"
we were delighted to see her; her master'y
i outi. n Is proof positive of careful study
:rd gold mnstruction in the scisnce of music.
We jid I,( t bear the examinations in geography,
hieti rs, arlthmetic, grammar, etc , but feel very
ct tfident tlat Miss Cavidaly has sustained her
selleart ed reustation as a tea.her, not alone of
reserlbs d forms, but of that rectitude of disci
phlie which every parent hopes to see In his
clldreu as they grow up in. or advance to. tee
higher branches of their edia'tion. "rhe Rs
vin." as recited by Mist De tfa-tr., was unle
niably tic 'le 1'- ,r- ,rr'e of the W\elster this year.
We predi, ld much promise for this young lady
awhu in the It wer d partments, and we cannot
tel rt-s tl e hope of reetln her in the Hiuh School
next estar. the most .imn ltF of aIl we saw was
'"Mr. i ar'ington's Tea Paity. The part of the
old la. y was well sust.ijied by hMlia il. tati ird,
ogly i lvi yystr- ,,1. Tie ::lorc :atri.ctrs were
s sucit ed by Min-es Prn.er. Ai h'in and Planag s.
"I e 1,r st in olf -he 'piris"e' was admi;lbly deliv
i rt o by ilicses De Castr, HIi urn, Isaacsand S uart.
H:e Iist r: i! ed von:g In ly has i. luired a very
great in.proveneat in her vore-, which has
grown round. full and mellow since last year.
We C-nlit co-e in this depar'uit it and not notice
ti merits of Mi'S (Green. She ii a girl of much
Sr nice, and we hope to meet her next year and
, eta~l her Iir ·iieicy fron the low-r oranches up
to where we nisy find her. The dec,,rations ai
Mis ('anvdal)'s room were as usual-very chtaste,
itstructive asnt ail nul-li Ildlumay of the veti'irs
as avtsl as the pupils. In the department of Mrs.
L Mi. Williams. first assistant. we foud so us of
hier fromer pupils, now vi-litrs. the roo n was
lianeionely des otated with streamers, wreaths,
Ir-t, ioq, end not't es of evergreens. We were
i:+, in ti.e to hear the examinaition, in arithmetie,
llan mar. pge graphy. spelling reading, etc., sad
l t- contfe our telvi- gra'ifild but not sur
Srited, as it is not onnoual t , tind the highest pro
wui, ney in Mrs. t ilims' depar ment. The re
, ita,, ons wre. as n-ual well selected. " Mar
ni on and liulaps." Iy Miss Rosenberg. wh;ch
we. inl our laSult al character would pronounce as
"Al" at Jloyds's. " The IMrtyr," by Misseas
(;erardeau end Blackadder. which was well de
itiered. The most amusing feature was "the
Yankee in srise." which would have enlightened
soy of the a srpet bag mi-,ioilaries who II iod the
repro quarters of the Southern plltnt-rs, boasting
of the superior ultelligen:e of the Yankee nation
in tie rim hsadow of a vote being made fir a
colgieen ann who never 01w a battle. Misses
Iteer and Parmtee dild jstile- to the versatile sn
thor, and credit to themselves. We noticed some
ol eas ho It it aog ruit J progress in their
ot'ne is. hut wart .f spare precl:lde their names.
hAl e i. Easton,. second assistant, met us on the
-tai - aid iovited to to see her bl(.k board, on
aIihth we oiir d the nameis of "Emma Taylor."
Ji ta beer" and '"Cady Harris." who. noin ex
alnation, proved very correct and well informed
to the nature and property of numbers, readiig,
wrii.rg., eelting, etc. The number of achonars
his very much increased since last year; in fact
we mihit say that Miss Elstean
Ias a full regiment of learners. Our
mathenatical friend, Miss Simrnmon, is deter
noled Lot to be out done in that science: she had
slome of her very little pupils operating on the
tlackboard in intricate anit complex problems in
proper and improper fractions, whole and mixed
unumbers; all of which seemed an familiar to the
ihildi en that we left In haste lest they would pro
pose some intricate problem to ourslrves. The
tunther of pupils in this small room is more than
is capacity would warrant. The spelling, read
irl, writing, etc., were very creditable. The names
ol u~e other asuistauts are Misses Tubin, Moore,
Woodworth, Denteel and Pinching, and when we
say that their ri putattonas teachers wassustained
in cFch a mnant"er as to ,e worthy the name of Web
ster and the previous reputation this school, we
frid ourselves unable to add anything to them
wt:, h they have not won for themsaelves. We
can only say that the roll of the school numbers
-'C pupils, and has regularly increased from year
ItFF-Ft.TON iROTv) -o110O01.,
L. C. Reed, principal, who, if we remember cer
rectly, was a high private in Scott's cavalry ;
and sa an evidence of his perfect reconstruotion
outside of radi:al rule, he introduced hlmself to
os nnder the folds of the starry tfle which hung
rcuid his desk. Mr. Mount and Mrs. 'urtis are
lii chief acirstants, and are in every respect
enireotly qus.lified for the responsible positions
which they occupy. The declamatitn of Joe
Ilartis, aged ten years, was an honor to himself,
-ulI hla turors. The numberof pupsisaboout500,
at , has a present attendance of 4:,0, which is a
marked increased since last year.
,IACKFON (iyoV'.) t`l(nOr0 ,
Situatre on the corner of Mlagazine and Terpai
chiore streets, which is a great Improveenent on Its
former location. At the head of the stair-way we
rtticed tihe likenesses of Superintendent iogers,
the late 'rincipal Burford and Alderman Bhields.
The preset iluocipal is Dr. Bell. a'gentleman of
Igh atstainments, and from his long explerience inl
'eachlsn is the right itan inthe riiht place. Mrs.
E. ('. Fisher is the first assistant, and we believe
we have seen er teacbhig in tit Infancy of the
puilic scihool systerl. and has ben alrt ,st con
tatnily em;iyed in teacli;nt ei'ihtr girls or boys
.n ier or another 1, the scliols untit the present.
,f i er Labii:y anrd prtli, ncy ,i - 'i :echer we are
-ntl-it to do lert tihait I.u e at Ii. she tmerits.
7T1.- ,ther atsi:anits are MI sees uloan, Lotupeich.
aid hlas. ,tlther.
Was en crowded hy boy visitirs-- ,,t. young
lien-who condulcted themselves so bl.dly that
we were unable to colltnt any particulars, ex
·rept the recItation of a llt'in itd woman, named
Annie Shi:elds, who sustained the character in
-,mih a Iaunter as woold do crepht to many of her
r'orlp. ()One vera liotlt"PBlo fePUre in: this room
wcn t1e decorations on the ditsk and choir none
pied by tJ e ,te Annie Wa'lkr. who ditil May ath,
tao. " May . f- rent in leu- ' wi neatly lo
srted In silver litt, rs on wihirc crape.
Mr. Roiers made a very iritiral eramination of
the lUii rn this i-hool, and inlurn.,d tiimn that
tinir attainntl nts warrtitnted hfm iu addressing
vl m as tung rentlemen. " I am proud of
)n. said lie. Your principal, Mr. DIyer should
as:o he prold if ylu, and yos if hiti. I ami not
c:cappilntmd in yio-lr -i holtirsthip, a:th'orh I ex
tectr d mii h." J t le aoist ttnts are the Misses Mills,
Warner. M LIanchihn and Nnqgent. We were oun
aI;tle to vi-t the Plaullhng (irls 'chool, but was in
termed by that evr In':5.trtons director, Mr.
hely, that all the children in the several denart
nrr enta had acquitted themselves in the usual mran
ner, showrng a wondertul advancement in the
etral t ranches taught.
The annual public c\rrclPs of the Girl" High
School of the Second and Third Dmtricts, and of
the ;rammar and primary elhools of the Hecond
District, will take place to-day.
..e e - ~---. .
VALlUABLE iMiROlVED rAlat EntrATg AT ArstcntI
r tll n iu hnIettr.-Attentlon ia called to the msle
at auction to be made to-day at noon, at the Mer
chants' and Auctioneers' Echaage, Boyal street,
by the sher hl of the parih of Orleans, of two
lots of groound, with tb buildings and improve
ments thereon, situated on Calliope street, be
tween Manpola and Clara, First District. For