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evrr. Ttieeria. ;.:„i l"r,.!av at 82 _), in _dvar.ee.
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.'■ cheater.*! fear .e.uten. r. o • Ibe "Ih ol Sep
tfii.'*r I. ...... ss heretofore. A .-"»" hOARDKRi.
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..itivici-iki t-taiti.t « «n. Lfft. F,
(—~ \H 01.H POIKT AN° HAMPTON, VA.
Ths e*i eesu.ia -.I this in. t. uti.in will r-oin
weneeenthe ..-.i w . uNV,.. ,\ . in October
..t,.in. <••« ..ordinary oa account ot its
li_lee__, toe Mil to it,
~ ,:, pr,-\i»iit» tn HB_np*>_i, Norfolk ..nd Porta
month, i« pertH-derlj raited to a H.arriipg . cv. .d
yore ot 'he d vertlea bt tempting in flu once* of
• Ihe pup..*. Nor i. t.rra any
~ ~ Iroiudsj p.*''* aa all are boarders.
„ f :■■'- .■• < ttie refinements and pleasures of
a well owls fee ramm>. T_# . nrac ••! lastrsotioa
.-,.,' mto tsa dssartmenta or aeh .olr, la eioh
~f . t..0.i.: jlos-*ssrs swardß_l up. v written ex
~ _ .t...r,_ Ti.e ."arhera ire tentlf men off bor
- i st -i i. v. c "rciire.l lor theinaelves
„, ii me ir.at.f.ition a hmii resatstioa.
U,.*-.!, il -".i.i il.. fuel, lights and washing, for thJ
_ be **xw .»ir §135 oo
Krr-ah iinimiiin para tor v _rd Colle
t.\te I', part men la 80 CO
« llisr Iwßncbea. ext'-a
For ratalowuea and '.inner inf.-.rmr,tior,
»43ress. Kkv.O a HaYMONIi. Haniptoii. Va
Kav. THOB. UUMK, rortamooth. Va
..i j;' -ti
MR. Bit X WILL OPr.y i A_ K_GLI*H
.'I OH CLABHIOA ..I'Hixil, ON Till: 1-t
I . riMiHi r.at Mb. BROCKKN-SIKO'B,
i■ n i !. . ■ STRI IT. . X I'WKt ,N 3.. A NDitii.-
•i.rte of n*» .i.tioi, will he s. eteaistir end
i ..r.Hi, h. Stsfcraotat tliat *". p' anat.-rv courae
r whicn no real prmiresn can 1-e nivl^.)
v : -i- e**m perssed hi hi« in.Hherfortae 'on
;iy>.--ar«-. '.nd he hopes, bf a Ititiifui and een -fit
...• .in ii.ectiar_;e of his d.itias. to receive tbe pat
_r of those roii'y deainr.i: tiie iiuproveinent
io I .ul'.ai cemct'.: of la ii.'■'__..
•-:. i . .si Dr Hurr.iu.. >fr. Ds Witt, el
the Index, ami Thomas li ... .r.es, Eg**.
l!i» .-.v, l>e >.c n st sal lima l» cail.ni at hla
ki il .'..-», on 2.1 street, bet wean Clay
and 1.• -ikli- le.-ui. m-i-lo iiiowii on apt>.ication.
an U .'■*
HKV. .1 J .11. HI- 111 Al HKR 594 lIOOE,
In . ... k .».--....->.- ol TUB . .in-ii.ti,
On lit* Street, n, i Marshall.
T';- - fifteenth session nt __-.■ M. J MICHEL
fU.'ii_kß'S SCHOOL wni commence on the first
■ S .A". ,i Septem *r.
Mi li. wul be ■salute* t--> Mr. EDW ARO TUB
NKK. who. in ti..' a.*i 6* a sessions, n_s teeeived
Ibe spi-". • 4 lbs patron* end nl the Principal ol
loeiisnd en Mrs CI" IJKNNhi'T,whose
. .wi ■ ritß ss s teacher make it unnecee
fo v lo m> ni.Te n hat »''.
["he fo (owing asßjeeta oomsf-Si toe studies of
Mi. M 'c et t>-". f
English with a': its branches, inekiding the
- Lettree; German, French, Hebrew ar.d
Price of Tni'ior. of the se- .tor., ending on the Ist
,_ J. -■ I - and 9»
I jrtiicr information, .-uldrecs
M J. MICHKI.BAf'.IKR,
,v 11 —ts Comer of Ist and Marshal --is.
niIISM'KAKK l:\l.i. KKYI. ___~_. _»t_ »ll«
*■ NARY.HAMPTO-f, VA.,Mas. Da. BANKB,
■■-.'. .- The next eesaion of Una lastitu
mmenoe on tha 17'h of Septethoer and
r_e the Ist of Jnljr, retma very moderate.—
Boarding scholars oa_ remain at the Hall during
tne v,nl nt ».,-,>.. st 923 ser month.
Addrer. "CIiK,.Ai'EAKK HALL," Hampton.
Va. bb ll—lm*
Mrs. peLlets stnqoL.
UN BROAD STREET,
BeTWBSB K'lll ant. Hth.
Mr- PELLET wil) re.iuiip the dutlSi of ncr
• oa MONDAY. On M, and will he aided in
. ,*.s departments bj at. efficient corps of teach
Parents whoentrsst tni>ir children to her care
.•ire H.-._ti-e.i ii.-it tne. will be tUor'-u.:_ly grounded
the _M_so_ea essential t.i a finished educ;.
'_' iH_i> male known on application at. her r<_i
in'9. au 10- 2m
U'AMII.-«.TO . A T .1l>"__»IV. A > IH. l. IA,
VA.—Th* next session ..r this Institution
ci inment es >_>pt. __. sad oktsee June __4h, lacjl.
Refers oe I i '.ie Trustees ami Patrons: Hon
Letcher: lodge .1 W. Brockenbrounh; Ooi.
r. H .mith, V M. i ; Major John T. L. Preston;
Faculty of Washington College: Win. 8. White.
D. D ; Dr. (Je-.. Beott,
No deduction for loss of tune, except in case of
JNO. A. R. IMBODFN, A. M.
Fi.sn Mtm. Amelia. Vs. It _B—t_thß.
MRS. MORSE wiil eaea a SCHOOL, eaMar
kfiaii street, between 4rii and 6th, ooiutueno
. is lsi OF SEPTEMBKR. an.l endui- tne
l_i "l July '1 ii. nsu'il Engllsß branches will be
Alio, .\i (_. _ on the I'iano.
i-.-r further particulars, apply st her residence
after the 16thof Au-tu't.
Rbfbbb .cbs.—Cu. 8 H. Parker. Alexander K.
Parker, Ksa . Col. T J Evans. _n -fw*
HP K. BASS ' _.>».__. IMI a..£.» __a>_h ,_
• • .-..'HuiJi. —The ten-h session ol mr Bchool
i enmencs on the 3<i September, hi my reel
dence, on Claj street, between Ist sad Id streets.
'I ■ runi _c usual.
Ir: tbe ''iiFsit-a! Department 96000
lathe -_ngli_.il Department — _-_ . ~. 52.00
Per-.ma des.r.ns to enter scholars will p'.e-i.e
call on ate st ai] residence. T. R. BAf.B.
in 7 Imj
_;< iioui, t._ki>.
1 Mrs M. C. i.AR V will resume th? responsible
■ut as of her _cii.ni; on the first MONDAY in
_ __V Residence, tin street, datable*. Hill,
IK H X RSON ITA._ I« Al. ... It" i <l» .1
--.1 MKt" ALBCHOiiL.I MihH THK DIK-.0-
T 'i> OF W. J ti. WILLIAM,., A. M..o_ MAIN,
BKI -VLI.A" iirn AM) aiTH STREETS.—The
lessioa "I tins Bebool will eo-Biseneo on tne
li ni ..ept.'iiiNer, l-_r)
r'or furilier iiariial.n. as to ternia and refer
es, _elj at mv rsiiSesnn. oir thnmchtlie I'rait
Cftice. F'lrcuts deasroui of obtaining .c ita tor
i.iidreii musi uppiy early, us the nuinl/erof
i _ is liiiiiied as .'. lm
\IKV 1»H XL!» I' ia--s to .nnounce tli.t there
-'I .re va lanciesm tier Fmate ClHse fur ITUUNG
Ladies, wiuea wiit reopen ooioi-ek i»t, lata.
vi tier residence. Main street, between <th and -.th.
'i ne _i.iini._r nt pui Is beiai limited to eight, esrlj
appi.cik' naa "ire raapeetfel y reijueate.. (aa 1 loi
f'rtl'.Otßll h'S JIAI_T.
T FEMALE SCHOOL.
The third session oftbis'rhool, which is locited
wrthin half a mite of Frederick's Hall Dapot. Va
n utroad. will 00-Bbmbm on the Ist ol next
Septen Ler, and close on tne l_.t of July followiag.
!>_->.- Pel Sessional T,n Months.
Board a__rl '1 uition is al. the English brsaohes for
U liio'itha fflStl Hi
- on tin- Piano,w,tii use ol instrument, 35 uo
i reach Li-.-ue .. lo no
Drawing and fainting, each .... lo (tv
. Ink and Crajon.saah. t u>»
t.-.. .i...il_.ry S iio
.*.. accomplished and exper.e;.. Ed ts_bOb?r -v-iii
i;. true oi this Bobool.
Mr r..: ; ire«B is Frederick's Hell. Louisa eouiitj,
V rxißiß NATHA'L W. HARKIri.
jy 17—tut Sept
Old ou_ii:.io_T_Vi i ri ir..- itieuJxt
aession of this SCHOOL i-'OR i'OUNG LA
DIKH, Incited at the comer ol 6th aud Franklin
streets, Riobiirin.l. Va , will liegm on the Ist day
nl October, I*_o, and close on the Midi cf June,
BOARD (if INfITUI -*TION.
I E. SHIM I TK. Mental find Mora! .ciecce,
and Aeeieat L-'inguagea.
X <j. oiLSO.N, Natural Science and Hatha
a ii ..
Rev. JAMKS A. DFNCAV. Biblical Literature.
Mons. : DOT- RD HOUDA. Kit, French.
LAli' OS 0. MI.KA. f-paatsh end Italian.
ALBKRT Dk tOEIMGEB, Serman.
Bite KLVA M. ,lu> f S. Jnterii.e.iiate Fngliah.
v._ MAOBLB D. i-RANDi-R, Frimary Eng
ht>_A"K CHABE. Piano and Organ.
lir-I.NKiCH _oH..e!i;l - -K, H._rp.
O. A. KRICSSON, ',o t .r.
o..\vai.d I! f.l.NKlfii. Psiauag and Dramas.
J V. REKVcI. i'eiiiiiiiii .iiip.
Forth* Sesfci-.n. payable hslfns Ist of October,
rc-iilne Feb. 14, 18<J1 )
ir.maif Rssbsn, i-teled-os '/..n-ii Music .. $;iO to
[aterasMi-te Eaciish, tnoladint Vocal Ma-
, ■■ 40 00
.i. .hciuiling V'oc_.i Aiuaic 60 UO
. en, 10 U0
~ 0 ...i Galtsr, of Cultivation of the
. c for BeH h ur lessons,two per week 50 00
■■'.•■Hi, Getter, or Caltivmtion <>1 the
. .•-.-.-. ior one hour leanor.-., two por week. M i*i
mtißg 66 uw
i .. wi ■.. W.Usr Colors, Cr_i>on firawiui! ao oo
I'seeffis-M ia oo
tents! Hranches mi no
I' ar.! . 2UI uo
.< and Lights *» 00
•V Appiiciition to enter DUpils, SBd-dl coniuiu
: istions eonoeminy ttie School.. li.-uul l«* made to
TBOMAB 1.. fiALLKHEB.
»\»I iiaannou-icei'ieiit foi theaeaaion ol l_ B til,
wi.i _■ furnished t. those wbospsty,ssis_iostea.
SB 7 Ms
MK_. OUllflk.. Mfl)AHt)liM..l_i)_)tV
SCHOOL.—I h« secondms> on •■( tins Bcaoo.
» .. (..inn...-...,-in-- URBT DAY Or" OCIOJJKR,
IWO, aim end the Ist of Ju.y. i v.l
All the uaual t>ra_i - h.-i <>| FKMALK KDUCA
'ITO.N are taught, the Modern Languages by a_i
tiri in_»ters, and Latin. Music. Dra.lng' and
i'aiating. f.y competent Frofassorn ia esoa deeart
The French Language wdi be tnugr,. i,v a
. ci.( i'sri*. iue grow.njt neoeasi'y fortius
ice tn oar oouatri, ma,e« ittsaeutial tb_t
il mould ta; taught orally, tor .inch ie;i_,n a will
i_i the langaage »i tl»e seboo) room, rmd im,,,.,,
aa a proper selection can be mide a Fiencu ladr
wid i.c pr .(..-nr-.-d to reside in tbe family.
A ' .hi, vrifl be formed in Engliah Liter. ture.
Mid the course of study will be thorough.
A corps of experienced tea_lieiH (DIM in nuin
l>«r' 'i'tve iM-er ciigagsu _> v ofhsrs viil b« adued
mould the exigences of the r_h._<_ require th"n..
H_.ritßß.CK.—Jno. R. Tucker, Attorney Gen
erai of Virginia, Ri. mi.r.rli Prof T) II Tucker,
Medical College ol vitsmis, Riokemsndt Hon. R.
M. T. Hi-'itcr. U B ._ii_iir,Lioyd'a, Bsiex noun
t> v», Hoii JssaseM. M_„_i_, v. s benator,
Wioolies'.-r, Va : Nt lieu Tuoksr. K«q., Ashland,
Va,; Higiit Rev. UutUoo Johns. Alexandria Va.;
Hey T V. Moore, kii-htiioi.l. Va; Rev. Jsßies R.
• jr«i__m. Wiu.-he-'U-r, Va , Th« m_» Fur mau, Esq.,
_av»nnah, Oa; Judge HH. Marshall, Charlotte
ft •**« V *.., ' _!f3*ft; . •_ yt, * n ' fc <X . Norfok,
\ a , Key. « i.■•.!..-» 11. Read, Kisinoona, Va.i ludte
Jjime. D. Hall*lisrtou. iI.C.H 97, Ri-hm.na.
Va ; Air WiJljam or*ut. Ricliiuond, Va , Mr
/brain Warwick, d«>.;M' .*. nini.i A) r*i d . ; Mr'
« « Wiintli.do ; R- t- Dsßiel, Big., do.; C.Aonel
11,._. Kflia. do 5 Vr Rol-ert 11 Caheil, do
• -./ terms and oihtr paruoo sr» relating u> the
_.vii"_» H. ' . UtOOKK.
jy 31 3tlO Mirhm...i.l V.
'I'O -»KRa.O**a I*. Ot-lcUArt. lii^f7\\i,
* we can w<tji c,uLdt>tvt* reijojiimeod K'lxir »j
Ca,t-a>a,or Berk, Tt n> n dlSali.it <ierdi.il,,Mid
■obeiifthe-best wn..-.•..! _fdfi.ii-.i__d
• .••..in A full supply for sale lo
i/Wj. _ W„ Wholes. i« LHpggieio.
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VOL. XVi II.—NO. 3fl. KICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY. AUGUST 16, 186 C. PRICE ONE CENT.
THTTiS »*Y M'tKNIV •_.... ATO. l_. IH_>.
LlbE IN IKB FAR WEST.
Au Editor's Experience ut Pike's Peak-
Mob 1.. i.-n.ii'l - Killed, Ac, Ac.
In sn affray st Denver City, I.fee. Peak, a
short lime sincu, a man was shot and killed
by Charley Harrison, a gambler. Wm. M
Byera, the editor of the News, denounced the
deed a» a wanton murder, but retracted a por
tion of the article af lerwards, and expressed
the hope th_t a legal examination would ac
quit Harrison. A letter, dated Denver Oity,
Aug 1, gives the following picture of frontier
life, resulting from the above facts :
Thia was satisfactory to Harrison, but not
to his brother gamblers, who were greatly in
censed a' the refusal of the editor to make a
direct retraction without ssuafactory proof
that Ins charge was false On Tuesday last
Mt. i-.vera was sitting m hi-- office, engaged in
conversation wi'h Gen. Larimer, Edward
I'ieighton, Esq , Irom Sf. I. ins, and the Rev.
Mr Rankin, from Wisconsin. None of the
party were armed, and as the two gentlemen
lust named had but just arrived iv this region,
the succeeding events mist have given thema
novel idea, of the state of society at Pike's
Four gamblers, uamed George Steele, Carl
Wood, James F.unis, and John Kucker, sud
denly ettfered the room, wi'h their corked re
volvers in their hands. Wood seized Byers
by the collar, and while the four weapons
were all aimed at the head of the astonished
editor, ftp .lied the most abusive epithets to
him, aad inss:ed that he should at once ac
company them to the Criterion Saloon, two
squares distant, to mevt Harrison. Resistance
wfia out ol the question, for the only weapon
in the office was a single shot-gun, in another
apartment. Mr. livers wai. therefore com
pelled to g > with them, Wuod pslaining his
grasp up n his collar during the walk, and
repeatedly exclaiming, with the most profane
and insulting epithets, ''If auy of your friends
make ihe least movement for your rescue, 1
will shoot you upon the spot."
On reaching the saloon, they insisted upon
a retracfiou of the offensive article; but Dy
ers maintained his former position. It ap
peared that Harrison had done all in hi" power
to restrain the desperadoes; and, taking Dy
ers aside under the pretence of conversing
with him, he succeeded in enabling him to es
cape from the room and accompanied him
back to the oltl'-e. When the gttrcblei. learned
that their pre. had tied, they remounted their
horses and returned to the News building.
Wood, with hla two confederates, remaiued
near the edifice, pointing a double-barrelled
shot gun at fhe front door, and expressing a
de'ermiaatioa to shoot Bjrera when he should
attempt to escape : while Steele rode around
toward the rear of the building and dia
i barged two shots into it. Fortunately, they
did not leach any of the occupants; uud one
of the compositors retnriiing the lire, suc
ceeded in lodging a ball in his shoulder.
Dy this time intelligence of the affair had
spread through the oity, and half a dozen
armed citizens on horseback reached the scene
of the attack. Tbe gamblers tied in tumultu
ous haste, and were followed in hot pursuit.-*
Steele crossed Cherry Creek, Into West Den
ver or Auraiia, endeavored to pass over the
bridge across the Platte, hut was "headed off,"
and returned into East Denver. While riding
at a rapid gallop along Blake street, near the
corner of tl, he was met by Thomas Pollock.
Esq., the Marshal of the Vigilance Committee,
also riding ut a b.eak-ueck pace. Mr. Pollock
Instantly presented a shot-gun, and Steele
drew a revolver ; but before he waa able to use
it, Mr. Pollock _i"J. Notwithstanding the
unchecked speed of both horses, the aim was
deadly, the entire charge of shot entered the
head of the gambler, near the right eye, aud
he tell heavily and helplessly to tne ground.—
He was taken to the Hospital and died in two
hours. Steele was one ot the desperadoes
driven out of Leavenworth by thecitizens two
year* ago, not on any charge connected with
ibe political troubles, but for his general char
acier aa a cut-thrw.it.
Enrus made his escape. Kucker was arrest
ed and placed under guard. Wood was pur
sued and surrounded on F street. At first he
presented a shot-gun at the crowd, but the
sight of scores of revolvers sad riOesinstantly
p ess led at his head cowed him, and lie gave
him»eii up. While he was being taken to the
hall, over Graham's drug store, for safe-keep
ing, repealed cries of "Hang him!"' "Hang
Uuu at once!" came up irom the crowd. He
pleaded piteously, however, ler a trial,and
was saved from summary punishment by the
officers of the Committee."
In the evening amass meeting of nearly two
thousand people assembled in front of the new
Post-Office. Mr. Dyers related the occur
rences ol the day ; and addressee recommend
ing watchfulness and prompt though deliber
ate action were made by Judges Purkiiis _nd
Waggonuer, Dr. Casto, and an old mountain
man, who has exchanged bis scotch cognomen
of M( t_i:i,for the extremely indefinite appella
tion ol Captain John Smith. Jai-i: Henderson,
of Kansas election frauds notoriety, in a state
of inebriation, also commenced to harangue
the crowd, but was soon cried down. A reso
lution endorsing the action of Mr. Pollock
was unanimously adopted; and wneu some
one in the assembly called for " three cheers
lor Tcm Pollock!" they were vociferously
The trial of Wood commenced last evening,
und ia not yet concluded. It ia conducted by
the Vigilance Committee; but the jurors were
s.lected from the cit* sells without regard to
their c_>nueetion with that organization. The
public feeiiugis exceedingly intense, and many
declare that if Wood escapes through any
technicalities, they will shouthim down wher
ever he may be" found. He is well known aa
one of the most desperate characters in this
lesion, and is reputed to have been one ol the
"destroying angels" of the Mormon Church
at Salt Like, and to have committed many
murder- in that capacity. Hla trial will be
succeeded by that ol Kucker, who is notorious
here from having killed a gambler named Jack
O'Neii a few months since. Eunis is still at
large. He !>_oii£s to tbe same class, and wan
tonly shot John Teef, in this city, on the ith
The predominant feelnig among the citizens
of Deuver is. that the reign of gamblers and
cut-throats has continued quite too loug, and
that the desperate state of affairs requires des
perate remedies. The city has been guarded
for tbe last two nights by nearly two hundred
patrolmen. Especial watchfulness is main
tained over the building in which the prison
ers are kept, and two of the officers, stationed
at every corner in town, cballerge all suspi
cious parlies, aud if they are unable to give
the countersign, conducts ihem to the head
quarters ol the Committee.
Tue Git-rax llbvival in __wki>.__—A late
n umber of the _______ l|uar.eriy Review con
tains an historical sketch of the retuaikable
revival in Sweden, brief notices of which have
b.en given Irom time to time, aud Irom which
we compile the following:
Scarce any means have been employed be
sidea the circulation of tracts and the "reading
of the Scriptures. (.»■_■ n.g to the peculiar regu
lation ot the Lutheran Church, the Swedish
people wore only acquainted with asmall por
tion ot the Bible,aad thus it bad tbe freshness
of a new book. Small meetings tor prayer and
reading, almost entirely by laymeu, were
everywhere largely attended. The lowest es
timate place, tbe number of couverts, or as
th.y are termed in Sweden, "readers," at __ . -
(kjoout of a population of :i,. (.boo. The taor
aluy of these jteople ia remrukable. DriuUing
bus .-o decreased, that two-thirds of the distil
leries have been closed since 1.-au. In the pa
rishes borderiugoii where nearly every
man was guilty of smuggling, hundreds of
persons refunded the duties of which they had
defrauded the go"\eminent. Many sold their
property to obtain the money, and others, who
could not i_u..e the sum atouce, discharged the
debt by Instalments. The perplexed officers of
customs laid the matter before thekiug, who
decided that the proceeds should be distributed
among tbe poor. The average number of law
stilts has decreased from o,r.gi to three, four and
six. In villages ouce remarkable tor their pro
fanity, uot au ostb is beard, aud the Bible and
sermon* have replaced low literature to such
an exteut that the booksellers only keep reli
gious works The awakening has pervaded all
classes, and is exteuding among the nobility
and Urn» wealthy.
Ice Watu Fkkk.—ln St. Louis it is pro
posed to erect a public fount in front of the
Court-lfouse, lor tbe dispenantion of pure,
clear ice water to tbe thirsty populace. It is
•nltsii proposed to have a baaiu, which will cou
taui fifteen hundred gallons of water, with
forty-four perpendicular supply pipes, run
ning through an ice vault eleven feet in diam
eter, goiug toadepthofalxteeu feet below the
pavement, completely secured by brick walla
with a epace filled in with charcoal, to act as
s uou-conduclor. The plan also embraces a
pagoda and pavilion, covering tho ice waler
•himp, built entirely ot cast iron aud elabo
lau-ly decorated—the pavilion to serve aa a
speaker's sfarid on public occasions. The fount.
It ia contemplated, will be a In vgon in shape'
with six faucets, of e_-y access, so that half a
doztu pet-son* may be accommodated at the
Minis nine, Tbe et'pj'lf ef'Water will, yt _*
li-M .1. be abundant f.r five thousand pe__.__»
a day. The whole atlair, it is estimated, will
VOSI but -.- ia_».
A Fete of the _u-.il.oiru--_ Fortune (.it en
The Heenan exhibition at New York, came
off Monday as advertised. There were alto
gether :.ii,ih*i persons, in Jones' Wood, the spot
honored by the champion, snd steamers and
cars were runnißg from the city all day, load
ed he_\ ily. The New York World says:
At I. .is a natioual salute of thirty-five guns
waa tired irom three brass Held pieces, on the
bank of the East River, jnst south of tbe Man
.ton -loose, chattering the glass in the win
dows of the neighboring houses At one
..clock a Royal saluteof 17 guvs was tired in
bouor of Jack Macdonald, wboae course both
here and in England haa won him hosts bf
friend., aa was evinced by the kiudly greet
ings everywhere extended to him.
lie.pits the immense crowds, every one
gained access to the grounds, and not a'single
scrimmage occurred. This removed all neces
sity of any arrests by policemen, of whom
there were over one hundred and fifty present.
Of course there were about the place shows
and lager beer stands without number, and
other little arrangements more ornamental
than useful. The place selected for the dis
play was in a littlehollow.around which were
erec'ed r_.ws of stats, rising in tiers one above
auotber Heenan and the lesser pugilists were
quartered in tbe hotel u_ur by, where they en
tertained their friends, or rather such as were
able to procure from the manager tickets of
admission to the rooms.
Hardly was tbe concert concluded, when
Johu C. Heenan stepped into the ring, amid
cheers and ones of '-take oil" your hats," "sit
down in front." Walking coolly about, the
champion bowed gracefully to theerowd about
him, which only served to intensify their en
thusiasm. Meanwhile, the other pugilists rode
up iv open barouches, and took their places
within the arena.
Immediately the distinguished Jack Mc-
Donald and James Cusick stepped upon the
stage and displayed two very neatly fabricat
ed undershirts, and such a dropsical pair of
glosee. They made a few mot one, twitched,
swung their arms, aud all at once stopped; we
looked to see what had been done, and at once
the most deafeuing cheers clashed upon the
ear. They then swung th<»ir arms again and
leaned upon the ropes. They went through
about tbe same performance again, and again
tbe crowd cheered. This was repeated sev
eral times, and then the pugilists bowed,
threw down their gloves, aud the spectators
The next contestants were Aaron Jones and
Edward I'rice, of Boston. The appearance
of these men on the stage divt-railled the en
tertainment somewhat, tut Mr. Jones was
very stout, and wore a flesh-colored shirt, and
Mr. Edward Price had a very thick neck.—
These geuilemen jumped and dodged some
what differently Irom theother two. The ap
plause, however, was the same.
Then the gieat event came off. Heenan
threw ti hat into the arena, and immediately
Prolessor Ottignou—a very robust aud portly
man, followed; that is, not thrown after the
hat, but wa.ked iv, ol course—and immediate
ly afterward elevated his beaver. Heenan
took oir a black (rock coat, and displayed a
flesh colored mi tier-shirt with short slee\e_.—
Professor Ottignou also hadouau under-Shirt,
The two muscular divinities struck at each
other, and then, like kittens, s'epped back ami
smiled. They pimped around considerably,
and perspired still more. After they threw
down the gloves the applause was deafening.
No pack of wolves e\er howled with better
After the performance the crowd strolled
about the grounds, and many hastened to the
cars and boats that were to bear them city
ward. When a portion had dejirted, Heenan
was escorted to the platform by his friends,
and the ceremony of the presentation took
place. Mr. Edmund Biaiikinan, on behalf of
ibe committee appointed to collect fund 3 for
theehampion, pret-ented him with a check for
tlO,t__ and a heavy gold ring. In response
Heenan made a lew remarks, expressive of his
gratitude for the token of regard thus bestow
ed upon him. His trainers, McDonald and
Cusick,also received testimonials in the shape
of gold rings.
Thus ended the exercise of the day, which,
to such as delight in those mauers, was one of
more than ordinary interest. It is but just to
add that though theerowd was immense,num
bering at least twenty-five thousand, not a
single arrest was made tor disorder ef any
kiud. It waa au apotheosis of muscle, nothing
more and nothing less.
Later fro'i Califorbia.- The Pony Ex
press, with dates from San Francisco to Au
gust Ist, arrived at St. Josephs, Mo., ou the
l-Jth inst. The following is a summary of its
news, dated San Francisco, Aug. 1.
The ...earner John L. Stevens sailed this
rooming lor Panama, with __) pas-seugers and
_t8?6,0t _ in treasure, of whicu _-.e_,oi'(i is for
New Ye-rk. Among her passengers are Lieut.
Gillisaud the Bishop of Victoria, from Houg
The Pony Express, with St. Louis dates oi
the 17th of July, arrived on the 30th. Another
express, with dates to the ISth, is telegraohed,
nnd will reach this city to-night. Confidence
ts now restored in the future regularity of the
The Democratic State Central Committee,
as appointed by the late Democratic State
Convention, met at San Francisco on the 3i»tt
and 31st ultimo, aud, after a long discussion,
in which it was endeavored to avoid a split in
the part; by holding but oue State Conven
tion and nominating but one electoral ticket,
it was found impracticable to act harmoni
ously. Finally, twenty-six members of the
committee declared lor Breckinridge and Laud*
and ten for Douglas. The former have called
a State Convention to nomiuate ati electoral
ticket ou the llth of September, and the latter
hold their convention to nominate a Douglas
electoral ticket on the ..th of the same month.
The Douglas men claim that the federal pat
ronage and influence has greatly weakened
their strength iv tliecommittee. Each branch
of the committee has published au address to
the Democracy of the State. One claims that
Douglas was regularly nominated, and is en
titled to the support of all the member., of the
party, while the other denies that' either
Breckinridge or Douglas were regularly nom
inated by the Baltimore Convention, and
leaving it optional with the party which can
didate they vote for.
A Breckinridge and Lane ratification meet
ing was held in San Fruncisco ou Saturday
eveniug. It was called at. a Democratic rati
fication meeting, and ihe Douglas men attend
ed in such numbers as to be able to rote down
all the ratifyiug resolutions.
It ia now alleged that the Douglas Demo
crats are taking courage throughout the State,
and that they feel confident of carrying the
mass of tbe Democracy with them. The
Breckinridge and Lane men, however, are
preparing for great efforts, and their complete
aud thorough organization and federal back
ing up gives them great advantages.
diaries Ruehl, editor of a German Demo
cratic paper, lias been removed from a lucra
tive oliice in the San Francisco Mint, «n ac
count of advocating Douglas in his journal.
Of the sixteen of the State Senators who
hold over and will vote for Mr. Gwin's suc
cessor at the next meeting of the Legislature,
six are kuown to be Douglas men, and several
others are non-committal.
A movement is ou foot to call a Bell and
Everett State Convention to nominate au elec
General Shields arrived at San Francises
this morning by the overland mail stage, which
left St. Louis on tbe till, of July.
A company of one hundred persons, having
thirty-eight wagons and five hundred head ot
stuck, have arrived at Carson Valley from
Salt Lake, They are Mormon secede'rs, and
escaped with difficulty, being pursued by a
band of Saints, and threatened with veugeauce.
The ship Ocean Pearl is to sail to-day for
Hong-Kong, taking *1.-u,oi _ in gold and silver
aud $41,000 worth ot flour, wheat and pota
The sliip Victoria has cleared for Australia,
with some itf.uoo bushels of wheat.
Diminution o_ Ckimk in Ireland.—An
Irish journal states that the at. m __•_-. now near
ly over throughout Ireland, have been re
markable for tne email number of prisoners to
be tried. In the county of Antrim, one of the
largest in Ireland, there were only three per.
-mi. in custody. In Mouaghau there were but
two prisoners, and these were charged with
petty larceny. At lio-common there were
seven cat>es, the most serious being a charge oi
manslaughter arising out of a drunken Iray.
In Clare there was one serloas ca_-e, but ouly
four prisoner.). Iv Meaib tbe calendar was
"free from agrarian crime." lv Limerick
county there w_>re seven oases, aud oulv one
of magnitude. At tbe city of Limerick,'there
being no prisoners for trial, the Judge <_ as pre
sented with a pair of white gloves. At Wex
ford there were two mauslaugbter cases, one
being a case of furious driving. In tbe King's
county there were uo new cases, but fourbiils
were sent up ol old cases remaining over. In
tbe county Dowu there were three cases, aud
Wicklow aud Lietrim ouly furnished four
prisoners between them. Tbe Globe says that
this gi eat stated things points iho moral, tbat
the great body of tbe Irish people is engaged
iv peaceful ludustry.
KiLL-tD.-On Monday evening a _\>w oc
cuired.it Delta Grove, New Jersey, among
some excursion is ts frcm Phiiadelphia,iu which
a man named John Hockey, of ihe Hiberuia
Hose, was killed by one Keyser, a member of
the Uuited States Hose Ceaapany. Dnrlfig
tbe day there toad been several riots ___ween
ihe partisans ol those rival hie companies,
aad much ill Jeeliug «*i»icU, '
A Naw Fi__-Exti..-gcike__i— j„: ..,,!<
Experiments.— Anewflre-extlognisher is being
experimented with by the New York Board of
Underwriters. On Monday au old frume build
ing was used to determine its efficacy. Tbe
Tribune says :
The first test was with iu_in, an article tin*
extlngniahable by water. This substasce was
placed in au iron dish and tired, and from tbe
intense heat generated by th,- burning rosin
the diah became ulinost red hot. The com
pound was twice applied when the flames
weresubdned; but on allowing it to remain
open, the air coming iv contact with ibe heat
ed dlsb caused the rosin to iKuite. This trial
waa considered satisfactory, a. rosin ta store
houses is confined in barrels, and uot in heat
ed iron tanks. The second trial, in conse
quence of the satisfictory results of the first
Capt. Story determined sbonldbemore severe!
Roam, with half-gallon of turpentineand half
gallon of alcohol, were mixed. These inflam
matory fluids, thus mixed, equalled camptiene
in the intensity of heat which they generated
When the match was applied they bursted
forth with a very load noise, half filling the
room with flames.
Ten pounds of the compound were thrown
In, and in fifteen minutes tbe door wat. opened
and all fire found extinct. The dish, with its
boiling contents, waa then taken in'the open
air and a match applied. Once more the fluids
blazed up. proving that t_e Are had been ex
tinguished by the compound Tbese trials
were made by the special request of several
distillers of rosin, campheue and bnrning
lluids, as the insurance on such factories va
ries from lo to 1-1 percent. The third test was
with looae cotton piled on an old pine board
and two barrels ; ihe match was then applied
_• ifteen pounds of compound were then thrown
in, aud the windows aud doors closed for an
hour and a half, during which time the guests
partook of a collation.
Tbe door was then opened and the cotton
dragged forth, most of whicb was toniid ex
tinguished, but some embers remainiug on the
board, the cotton again ignited. This was the
last experiment of the day. but in consequence
of the room not being as tight as the hold of
tbe vessel, there being in the apartment three
doors and two windows through whioh the
gas escaped, the trial was not considered a fair
test with regard to cotton. Capt. Story ad
vises the cotton trial to be made in an iron
tank or bold of a vessel, when the test will be
thorough and conclusive. This trial, we un
derstand, will be shortly made, as theextin
guishmeutof fire ou board cotton ship-, is of
tbe utmost importance to tbe underwriters,
their loss last winter by the burning of cotton
ships amounting to S'-00.000.
During the severe .Sfals white enameled
cards aud paper were thrown into the room.—
Affer the experiments had ceased they were
examined, and found not at all soiled. This
testol the card* and paper was made by the
Inventors to prove that the contents of a par
lor, picture gallery or iihrary would not be
injured by the application of the compound,
thus saving from the destruction of fire and
water collections that no insurance cau re
HYD&orhobia.—A very decided case of hy
droi-hnbia had a rapid and fatal termination
in Roxbury, yesterday. Mr. Thomas Das
comb was bitteu on the hand by oue of his own
doe* abont seven weeks ago. Not sunjic-sing
that the dog was mad, he took no immediate
precaution against the effects of the bite. The
next day, however,he went to Dr.CM. Wind
.hip, who cauterized the wound,although the
time that had elapsed rendered it probable
that tbe virus had 1 _en absorbed. On the
evening of Thursday last, he, for the first time,
felt a disinclination io take water; he pre
ferred milk. The next morning the symptoms
had become so aggravated that he could take
nothing liquid. Dr. Wlndship was called in,
and offered him a cup of warm tea, but the
very mention of it was enough to throw the
patient into convulsions. He barked like a
dog, and a vicid saliva, resembling froth, gath
ered on bis lips.
Every remedy of which science is cognizant,
was applied by Dr. W. and the other experi
enced physicians who were called in: but lit
tle could be done to alleviate the sufferings of
the victim. Sometimes in his movements he
would imitate the action of a dog: and several
strong men found it difficult to huid him. A*.
twelve o'clock yesterday, after a violent
spasm, the agonies of the unfortunate man
were terminated by death. He had been deM
nous much of the time. We learn that several
physicians who had been skeptical as to the
reality of hydrophobia, have had their doubt 6
removed by witnessing this case. It is feared
that several dogs, both in Boston and lioxbu
ry. were bitten by the diseased dog.— Bottom
Killed by Lightning.—Duriug a storm in
Philadelphia, Monday afternoon, a man
named David Hewett, working in Mr. Sheety's
brickyard, in Duck lane, was rendered insen
sible by lightning, which struck near him. A
companiou named James Hewes, residing in
Federal street, near Thirteenth, started To get
a wagon to remove Hewett to his home, when
a second flash came, strikine Hewes, killing
kiminstantly. Hewetisub.-eqnently recovered.
On the 1-1 ih inst.,Juo. Stout, a colored preach
er of the M. E. Church, was killed by light,
ning, while at work in his garden, near Mount
Joan, Lancaster county, Pa. The Herald, ol
that place says : He was standing almjst di
rectly under the telegraph wire, ia the act of
banding money to his wife, who was standing
near him, and who was not affected by the
stroke. The electricity followed the wire,
emitting showers of brilliant sparks and a
succession of sounds similar to those produced
by th-> explosion of flre-crackera. It ma
terially damaged the telegraph here, and its
effects were also felt iv the office at Lancas
ter. There was but little thunder at the time,
aud lew indications of a shower.
Thk AuapemonkCase —A case was recent
ly tried in England, in which the brother of a
Miss Nottidge sought to have abrogated a
transfer by hero! _E_.,._-, in the three per cent,
annuities, to a clergyman named Prince, who
claimed certain extraordinary religious pow
ers, ou the ground that the lady made the
transfer while in a deranged state of mind,
caused by the influence which Priuce exerted'
upon her. The Vice Chancellor sustained the
view ol the case presented by the brother, and
decided that the transfer of tho stock should
be declared void, and the defendant ordered to
transfer the stock, together with the dividends
since the death oi Miss Nottidge, to the plain
tiff, and that the defendant must also pay the
costs of the suit.
Steam Uujdola on an English Lakb.—
A very handsome gondola has lately been
launched on Conistou Lake, Lancashire, one
of the most charming sheets of wafer iv Eng
land. The vessel is of iron, or rather steel
plates. It is .5 feet loug, beam 11 feet, draught
of water only 4 feet, ti feet aft and 1 foot for
ward. It is propelled by a screw, driven by a
sixteen horse-power engiue, on tbe locomo
tive plan, burning coke, and placed quite aft,
thus leaving the best part ol the vessel lor
passengers, and relieving them from smoke,
smell and noise, the disagreeables generally
complained of in ordinary steam vessels. The
vessel has beeu built to convey tourists round
the lake at intervals during the day, and for
the use of private pleasure parties at other
Trouble*, witu thk Inuianb.—The Santa
Fe mail bas arrived at Independence, Mo. By
It we bave information that the troops at
Hatches' rauche, uuder commaud ol Lieut.
Frank, had a skirmisb with seveut,y-flve C'a
ui'iiiche Indians, who were ou a stealing expe
dition Two of tbe Indians were killed aud
several wounded. Shortly after this a number
of hor.-es were driven off aud other depreda
tions commuted, it was deemed prudent, un
der the circumstances, to .ond a reiuforcement
to Hatches' ranctie, and another engagement
is soon looked for. Ihe command ol Major
Hufus, ou the Pecos,ilis 83id, has had a battle
with the Camanches, but with what result ie
uot kuuwu. Bent's Fort at last dates was
threatened. So great was the apprehension of
au attack that the sixteen liuliau prisoners
receutly scut there were releastd.
Remains o» Ameukan and British Sql
iukrs oy tiik War oi 1818.—While workmen
W.re ranking excavations at Toronto, Monday,
near the old fort iv that place, tbey discovered
the remains of fifteen bodies of British and
American soldiers, who fell in the war oi l_!_>.
Several buttons, bayonets and epaulettes.were
also found. Oue button has ihe iuitlals of the
Pennsylvania Ranger* on it; another is mark
ed "U. 5.," and another "bib British Grena
diers. 1 " A few Americau coins were also found.
From the positiou of the bodies, it is evident
thai tbey were buried in a trench near where
they fell. General Pike and two hundred
Americans, and a number of British, were
kilted near that spot is 1.13, by the explosion
of a powder maga.uic.
Sri'i lies op "Jem us Bau__" Failing —
A geutleinan, long resident iv South America,
states thai there is danger that the supply of
Peruvian bark and tbe sulphate of Q,uinia ob
tained from it may soon be exbausu-d. The
cinebona, the tree which yields tbe bark, grows
at a gtest height ou tbe slopes Of tbe Andes, in
various localities, from Bolivia to New Gran
ada. Iv the latter country, it is found urn the
central branch of the Oordillerbt, snd tha two
best varieties havebither-o beeu those of Pitayo
aud Fauagamga, two New Grauadiau alpine
districts. Bnt tbese are already . __bau»v,i.
and both m -ui-country and Euglan-Tauotlfer
Bud poorer'kind, known Hi Alu.ugt.er bark,
which was at Mist totally unsaleable, is vow
1 _•«_ iv a very |rt»at «_,<__
FrOHT BXTWKBN THB IKD.AS.. AMD THI
La_d___' Waoos Road PaaTr.-A dispatch
from Washington saya:
Private letters from Col. Landers- waaou
read party, dated Honey Lake Valley, J uiy •>
give accounts of an engagement with the'
Paheute Indians, on the 23d of Tnne, flvs
days' inarch eastward from Honey Lake Val
' Landers* party was attacked by Indiana in
ambush, and a young man named Painter
mortally wounded at the first fire. He died
next morniug. Tbe Indians were pursued
into the mountains, but returned next day to
the number of three hundred, and renewed
the attack, which was continued about five
honr% when the Indians were routed and pur
sued—several being killed and one made pri
soner. Among the killed was a chief called
Big Jim. The Indians continued to retreat du
ring the night, and were followed two days by
Landers without coming to an engagement
ilia provisions now began to grow short, and
Col. Landers was obliged to return to Honey
Lake. After recruiting a few days bis party
will commence operations on tbe wagon road,
which they expect to complete in sixty days.—
Landers had seventy.three men with bim in
the light, chiefly armed with Sharpe's ritle-i
A Scene in aChubcr.—A letter from Rome'
of the 17th, says :
"The Pope repaired to the Chnrcb of the
Jesu on Sunday morning, to administer the
Sacrament to the faithful in honor of the rai
nvcnlons picture of the Madonna which had
been transported thither from the Cbnrch of
Santa Maria Maggiore on tbe preceding Sun
day. The crowd in the church was very great,
and suffocating irem the press of person*
anxious to receive tbe consecrated wafer from
the hands ol the Supreme Pontiff. An Eng
lish lady, long resident in Rome, Miss Claver
ing, eager to approach bis Holiness, waa thrust
back from the altar rails somewhat too vio
lently by a Swiss gnard. The lady screamed
and fainted. A slight disturbance took place,
In consequence, immediately around her; tbe
more distant spectators saw the commotion,
and imagining something horrible had taken
place, fled from the church as fast as tbe crush
at the doorway would allow them. The Pope
aud his attendants had sufficient presence of
mind to turn rennd ami make re-assnring
gestures to tne terrified congregation, the
boldest of whom resumed their seau- incon
sequence, whilst the more timid rolled over
each other down the steps into the piazzi, and
fled rapidly to their respective homes."
Killkd While at Pbavbe—We have al
ready mentioned the death of Mrs. John
Drown, by lightning, on Wednesday, at Hamp
ton, N. H. The correspondent of the Ports
mouth Chronicle gives the following particu
During the thunder storm Wednesday even
ing, a house owned by Uri Lamprey, Esq ,aud
occupi»d by Mr. Dearborn and Mr. Brown,
was struck by lightning, and Mrs. Drown, an
Iris-h lady, was instantly killed while at
prayer, having just made 'the remark to Mrs.
Dearborn that if the Lord was to take them,
she knew of nothing better to be doing than to
be at prayer. She leaves lour small children
to the care of her husband. Tho house is so
much damaged as not to b>. worth repairing.
Kapid iNt'EBASB—The population of Wes
ton, Lewis couuty.Va., as reported in the cen
sus returns is Dou-in l&oo it was 5.0, thus
showing an increase of 3__ in the last ten years.
The Weston Herald says!
Tbe popnlation of Lewis county, as reported
in the census returns is _!,(__— ih 1.-50, the
population was 10,031, since which the county
of Upsher has beeu stricken ofl", and this, we
donbt not, contains a population equal to that
ot Lewis. This shows a most remarkable in
crease in this portion of the State. As we have
not the means of ascertaining the number of
inhabitants assigned to Upahur, we cannot
give the actual iucrease of Lewis,yet the llgurss
show it is very heavy, the population ol the
county being within-J.ooo ot what it was teu
Mkihodist Pbkiodicals.—The Repository
for July states the following as the circula
tion of the periodicals published by the Metho
dist Episcopal Church. The figures are lor IS_._>"
Ladies' Depository, 33,4 iK); Methodist Quar
terly Review, 4,-_o: Christian Advocate aud
Jouruat.'jy,uuo; Western Christian Advocate,
ai.otiti. IVonhwesteru Christian Advocate, 13,
--ooo; Central Christian Advocate, s,_»ltitFitis
burg Christian Advocate, (about) t,oou; iS'orth
em Christian Advocate, 11,005: Pacific Chris
tian Advocate, 1,._-0* California Christian Ad
vocate, '2,000 : Christian Apologist, ((rerman,)
10.000 ; Sunday School Advocate, 206,W0; Sun
day School Bell, (G-erman,) ll,_to.
Donations or a Phince—The Prince of
Wales, before leaving St. Johns, Newfound
land, presented to the iady ol Cloveruor Dan
nerman aspleitndid bracelet,set with diamonds
and emerald--- also the por traits of his brothers
and sis'ers. He also gave B'2oi) to the Church
of England Asylum for Widows and Orpnaua,
8-150 to the Benevolent Irish Society, aud $-'5o
to be expended amongst poor persons in the
town. Five hur.dred dollar, were left as
prizes to be contended for at a regatta—the
Prince n. mum'.i.ff, as the day on which the
regatta should lake place, the -Jftith of August,
his father's birth-day, but that falling upon
Sunday, it will be posponed to tbe following
Naval.—Lieut. James M.Duncan arrived
at New York on the 13th icat., in charge of
the prize brig W. R. Kibby, of that port. This
brig was capiured by the United States
steamer Crusader, Lieut. Commanding Maflit,
off Angnilla, on the v!3d ©f July, her sla>es
having beeu embarked iv Spanish lighters ere
the arrival of the Cruaader from tbe east
ward. In overhauling the brig three African
boj s w?re found In the hold, supposed to have
been overlooked by the slavers m the haste of
their departure. Intelligence has been re
ceived of the arrival of the steam sloop-of
war Narraganaett, Commander T. A. Hunt, at
Si. Catharine's, Brazil, on the 2d, and of her
departure from that port lor Valparaiso, ou
the 15th of June.
Boston Horses fob tub Empkbor.—The
French legation has lately visited Boston, to
approve tbe purchase by a well-kuown horse
dealer, of Aye superb V'ermonl horses for the
stables of ibe French Emperor, wbo already
possesses twenty-four specimens of the same
breed. The new horses are fifteen bands high,
having a fine action aud a speed of not less
than ___. They are of tbe Emperors favorite
color, a deep bay, as are nearly all the Em
peror's stock ol lour buudred, and their tails
are of the natural lengih, with one exception.
The cost was between S_,ou_ and $~(__> a pair.
These horse? will be taken to Europe in oue
of the Vauderbilt steamers.
Am Anta kcttc Exfloratios.—Commander
Maury has addressed a letter to Lord Wrot
tesly, which was read at the recent meeting of
the British Association at Oxford, in which he
proposes au expedition to start from Mel
bourne, for the purpose of investigating the
continent surrounding tbe South Pole. He
thinks the circumstances which lavor tbe ex
istence of an opnn sea at the North Pole, are
not so strong nnd direct as the proofs aud iudi
catious of a mild polar climate in the Antarc
tic regions. He promises to do all in bis pow. r
to promote the sailing of a South Polar ex
ploring expedition from the UuDed States.
AH INTERESTING HKtICT OF THI HIBOOr
the HfcKMiTAOE.—We were shown yesterday
the hat worn by General Jacksou on tbe oc
casion of hi. inauguration as President of the
United States lor a second term. The hat is
in an exc.lieui, state of preservation, and
though in iv style forcibly reminding us ot
its distinguished wearer, ii would hardly pass
for fashionable. It is white, very broad brim
med, aud has a wide crape on it. Tbe tip
bears tbe imprint of tbe maker, " Orlaudo
Fisk,Broadway,lo7 New York—manufactured
expressly for his excellency. Gen. AKDBkW
Jackson."— Nashcitle Banner, Aug. lt)th.
Illinois Statistics.—We gather the fol
lowing statistics from the Illinois State Di
rectory : There are in this Slate T4 banks of
issue, with a circulation of >-,-'• 1,. _.(. which
is secured with a pleilge of public Blocks,
amounting to There are 18 ga-.
coinpauies, 1!) insurance companies, repre
senting upwards of &s,(_M,t_>o capital j BS col
leges aud seminaries, exclusive of smaller pri
vate schools; 1,040 post-offices; I,*_.'l churches,
aad 368 weekly and daily newspapers aud
Tub 51'bz Canal— It is said that, at a late
meeting of the shareholders of the Suez Canal
Company at Paris, accounts of tbe company
were produced by which It appeared tbat a
milium of f nines have beeu expended in the
cost of the directlou j tbat of this sum live
bundred thousand francs bad beeu charged
lor tbe journeys of M. Lesseps ; a further sum
for furnishing bis apartments at Paris, aud
four hundred thoueaud fraacs for the salaries
ot the members of tbe direction, consisting of
M. Leaseps and one or two associates.
A New Naarg-ThT tiger has" assumed a
new name iv Mobile, Ala-- and a pretty
oue-"The Eveniug Star." The polteeof that
city recently discovered a secret association of
negroes called The Evening Star," the ob
ject of whicb. as developed bjr investigation,
was to afford its member* mullets (bed oppor»
l tunnies 1 r encouuteriug the tiger. Tbe little
evetiti g stars twinkled at the whipping post
aud thru faded into a darkuess which even
■ lb. iifer «auuot i-ene irai-i. j
The tJrtßi Jury ot the Hastings i.'ourt met
yostorday, sad found irsr bill* oa the foi low
tug ~. .-.ata.iiL. formiademeauors :
Joaenh Kelly, violently assaulting and beat
ing John (lonrorand carrying a slnng-sbot.
Wai. Oouley,' for stmliac a carpet-teg be
longing to Benj. J Hard in
Patrick Wood, for besting Mary Jones.
Charles Grace and Oeorge Smith, stealing
boots worth . ♦ from Morris Kanfmai.
Qeorge H. Ilotman, for receiving tM wortli
of boots and shoes stolen from Thos. Wester
man, ou 2d April.
Benj. F. Mosby, assaulting Henry S'reet
Thom_« H. Fowl_res, presented forsn'ss
sanltoaJobu F. Hegnault, a Jusileeof the
John Nettles, presented for creating a nui
sance by a smoke-stack and machinery at the
corner of 17th sad Marshall streets.
The Oraad J v ry were then discharged.
Assaulting an Officer.— On the 23d of June
last, a yonng man named Wm. Curtin rand, a
violent assault on Lieut. Lewis M. Carter,
of the City Night Watch, and then fled from
Richmond. He was followed to Petersburg
by Lieut. Crone, ard two days thereafter was
arrested by officer Peterson and partner, after
adesperate fight, and _■_■__[ hack to this
city. After an examination before the Mayor
he waa committed fo jail to answer an Indict
ment, but before the Grand .Turv met, gave
bail for his appearance. Since then he has
been indicted for the oflence, bat when called
for trial in the Hustings Court yestesday,
failed to answer, and his recognizance was
forfeited. The Court then proceeded to try
him in hla sbsence, and the jury after bear
ing the evidence, brought in a verdict of guil
ty, and fined him tIOO. The Couittheu award
ed a captas to have him brought in to receive
his sentence on the first day of the September
Interes'ing Collection committee having
charge of the mutter, are getting np a collec
tion of oid paintings, prints, engravings, man
uscripts, coins, plate, tire-arms aud relics ol
the past for exhibition at the approaching fair
of the Virginia Mechanics' Institute, to be
held in this city on the 10th of October next
Our readers, iv city and country, are invited
to contribute to thia collection, aud thus aid
in giving interest to the exhibition. In the
manufacturing department, we presume that
specimens of every kind of Southern work
will be sent in to compete for tbe premiums
offered, and that the display will fairly repre
eent the skill and capacity of Virginia for sup
plying Sonthern wants.
State Armory.—When the Armory buildings
are enlarged and improved, as the Legislature
designed, and the State is prepared to mauu
facture improved fire-arms, the volunteers of
"Virginia may expect to receive good weapons,
but not until then. Whatever the urgent ne
cessity, the militia of the State could not be
brought into the field at this time properly
equipped, and to call them out with smooth
bored flint muskets, to meet an enemy armed
with Minnie and Sharp's rifles, would be to
lead them to defeat aud slaughter. Many of
the infantry and cavalry companies of the
State are now awaiting arms, which cannot
be bad elsewhere for money, and which must
be manufactured here sooner or later.
Accident.— Yesterday afternoon, a lad abont
sixteen years of age, named Thos. Fihnk.a_,
in jumping from an ice wagon ran a large
hook into bim just below the small or tbe
back, and to the right of the spinal column,
and was thus impaled for at least a minute
Tbe hook penetrating the back bone for a dis
tance of two incbee, making an ugly flesh
wound. Dr. J. ii. Watson was called on and
dressed it, the little fellow bearing the pain iv
the most heroic manner.
Protecting the 0/__..s.—Thomas Smith and
Charles Camp, indicted for assaulting and
beating watchman R. L. Carter on the sth of
August, while in the discharge of his duty,
were arraigned before the Hustings Court yes
terday for trial. Smith plead guilty. Camp
plead not guilty. The jury fouud both guilty,
and lined Smi'h __o, and Camp g_o. The
Court gave Smith thirty days* imprisonment
in the city jail, and sent both to prison until
the fines are paid.
Sunday Row— Dillon McCormick appeared
before the Mayor yesterday, to answer tbe
charge of assaulting and beating Cornelius
Oraham.on Sunday la*.. The evidence show
ed that .here was a general row iv Hughes'
row, in which several parties were engaged,
and with the hope of getting the Angers of the
law into the collars of the ring-leaders, the
examination was adjourned until to-day.
Tiie Census Takers for Richmond have nearly
completed tLeir labors, and will be ready by
the Ist of September, or earlier, to make their
returns. Their labors have been arduous snd
annoying, because of the difficulty of making
the ignorant portion of the community un
derstand the necessity of answering the nu
merous questions propounded to them.
Lt __.—Thomas Kent was before the Mayor
yesterduy to answer for getting drunk and ly
mg on a sidewalk. Tom was very sorry that
his head had become heavier than his heels
and that he had fallen helpless on the walk
way ; but he assured the Mayor that the affair
was entirely accidental, and prum_uiug to leave
the city at once, was let off.
A Suburban Police is necessary for the pro
tection of tbe lives and property of people
and the Keurico Couuty Court is the proper
body to appoiut it. The Mayor, very proper
ly, has determined, in the future, to let the
county officers take care of their citizens, so
that his own aids may devote till their time to
Compromised —Meriwether Roach appeared
before the Mayor yesterday to answer the
charge of beating his wife, aud threatening to
kill F. W. Uuland. Wheu thecase was called
the complainant stated lhat the difficulty had
been amicably adjusted, and the wanaut was
Receiving Stolen Coal.—la the Hustings Court
yesterday, the jury in ihe case of Johanna
Drier, indicted for receiving a load of coal
stolen from S. P. Hawes A. Sou, knowing the
same to have been stolen, brought in a verdict
of guilty, and the Court sentenced ber to ten
days' imprisonment in jail.
Disorderly.—Bernard Huigley made his sec
ond appearance this week before tbe Mayor
yesterday nioruiug, to answer the charge ot
being druuk and disorderly aud disturbing
the neighborhood iv which be lives. He was
required to give security for bis future good
Resisting tht Law.— James A.Gill indicted
for asbaulnug and threatening to kill Samuel
W. Heury, a deputy constable, while in the
discharge of his duty on the 2"Jd of July, was
tried before the Haetiaga Court yesterday,
found guilty, aud lined _; aud costs.
Violent Assault.— Tbe case before the Hust
ings Court of James 11. L. Taylor, indicted for
a violent assault on Ctuciunatu-., tun of ti.
W. U. Tyler, was called yesterday and con
tinued to the next term, the prisoner giving
bail for his appearauce to answer.
Acquitted.—Al a called Court of magistrates
held yesterday. Hie hard P. Turner, charged
with felonionslv stabbiug William Shelley ou
the 4tb of Jnly Fast, was examined, aud unani
mously acquitted, it being clearly proved that
the cutting was jusiiOsble.
Good RuU.— The Hustings Court have adopt
ed a rule to bear applications of tree negroes
for registration ou the first day of each term,
and on uo other, uuuiali other business is dis
7i__i_....ig Down.— For want of a proper roof,
the ruoms iv the City Hall are all being dam
aged by serious leaks, lv a lew moiiibstbs
Council will be called upon to repair the
building at a heavy cost.
Muddy Water.—The late rains have caused a
swell in the river, aud gifen ihe water a tery
ciderisb appearance, though as yet tbe by
drautnareuot pouring forth as mauy dissolved
acres of red laud as iv the spring mouths.
Fighting.—Tmo negro fellows—Henry, slave
toOreen A Alleu.aud Robert, slave ty H. C.
Wnigtlelfi—Were beta puuisbed by the Mayor
yesterday, for engaging iv a tight iv tte Sec-md
Gate JJai..--Thomas Berry, for being noisy
and disorderly last Tuesday night, was beferv
the Mayor yesterday aud held to bail for his
tutor, good behavior.
Going at Large.—A. R. latum, indicted by
the ti rand Jury for permitting bis slave Ben
to goat large, plead guilty before the Hustings
Court yesterday, aud wss tlued ffl u aud costs.
Sent On— Joseph Kelly, for assaulting and
beating Johu Conroy, was before the Mayor
yesterday, aud remauded for iudictmeat by
tbe Grand Jury.
Ne Papers.— Beverly Morris, a Chesterfield
free uegfo, was puuished by order ol the
Mayor, for remaining iv the city without a
TV I'ow.iy Court of ll.nnco spent the greater
portiou of yesterday iv tbe trial of a tnisdr
meaiior case, of very little interest ty the p«h-
iu&mmih 'f ijjpnitjr.
TERMS OF ADVERT IB 1 NO.'
L.,.d0-Sdajs 100 I.X :.«"«■" c.
l__.s, sdars i_*ji..._o. .:i__, T _|.h, ~£!
Larger advtrltstmtnt* •_ «..«r< srssortiow.
■%. A-iiertiseßients pabltabctl until fort m, Wl ,
be ottsrsed BB oents per t. tare of eistrt bees for tb c
first insertion, MidH cents f<_ co_u eontiauanrie.
HAMPTON At ADK IV.
■jit s a >• fl, b 4
JOHN B. CAR .. _T M _^s___b__
WII.FKKI) X Ol'¥_* *W v ' .t
■Vi- KM MA A. CI/K1 rll.ANtf.
The exercises ol this S<, ,(*,! *.ji i*.. lv OJI iu(> Ut
ef October, and continue «n mdri»_s .
Board <ii«lits extra) luMt limine in a i . i. nr 1,..,,
iwa_.es, M*A**mtA*l*h kc ,tl_.»ij -_e.i_(i. paya
hie semi annually in _/■■«_'•' Modem l.an
.narea. ear-It, $20. and M.iie fee . »_»,
to-* cntaloaue or lu.tt.ar mi. r__*t__B. aiidreaa
the Principal Hampton, v a. ssl-lm
li HMIU..D ♦'-fclhAtC TV_T fT. Tfc.
Th«.«eventh Session betifta OCTOKKR l-r,
l__t_ •_ U ends the last of June. I*l.
Tlr. increased pr»apentv of the past session en
coii: the-resident in the trCtm. to make the
ins-itnu.myet iaor«deserv,mc ol tee larisepal r, ~
ago uud tiie pith literan character it. has ac<iu>rail
fta fS-itstv is Tar»e and a* le. its b ui!d;ne»'_nw h
have an ample pl«) (round att _oh«d,l ate* beau'i
im.) in _•_ ii.v tUor. .until i Jiirr.iahed. it. nvp'i
ratus costly and complete, its course of study con.
pretienaive and eaorowth.
Tfte t.uslisti Course, as _riJl be seen from rmr
1,-ualome, ia umiru dfy lai-*., ar.d it i. made t *
peeialli prominent 'brought mt. t.n.K ...«• .im
tan. lit ai.er tha methods best, adapted tu*rour_
mental Ciiciplme. which spetna the true end of the
study ; bst. in _ rent-It p*rtieul._rl>-, cm ._._,.■
is aiso ciremiiv _lteu_sd Ui,
The Musical Department r_t_ai.ii in c.h*rxo of
Mr. Clap. , and Mr C. C. M. si has been lulled
to it. .a. vi <\ >
Ctiarleair. Wi niton, A. M ,i .'niv.of Va , Frest
dent and Prof, of Moral Scienea and Kit .fish lit
Rev. J. L. Burros., D. I)., X .denoea of Chris
J._MssLeish Jonea, A. M.,( Unir. of Va.,» Maths
in itii « aud Lacau-utes.
R A. Lewis, 51- r> . Jaatntal S. i.fioes.
Prof. F. Kminii.iof Par's,' I* .-ifi-.
Senor Carlos _ Mera, Spanish md 1u..: a.
Mias Vary 1,. Leftwic h. DrAWing, Paintinr, A.
'■fan W. Reeve. Penmanship.
Miss S, P. Royal, English Braaches.
Miss If. 8. Valentine, Kngiiah Branches.
«issJane». WMM, f-Vepiira»or» Dspurrmont
Mrs. Ann fc. Mallor. . Preparatory Paaensirut.
Mis* .Vlary O. Latsrop, Pre|..r-.t>.-v |i. in-tin put
N. B. Oiapp. Fripeii_atof-Klu«-,esll>epartMiei"
C. C. .VI era, I'll. _>.
O. A. Krieaaon. (iuitar.
The President will ._»r Ih. recitations of «
.■.'. i.. -s st i_im.ii intervals, _~..: syeiiial attar.
lon to the Frimarv pupils.
thsmi nm *«i.N_ aroMiii.
ißa'f payable (»et. i, I*__ Bah, 15. "1 I
Lnuliali Tuition, Freparatorv Department.., 30 (. .
Kneiieli I'Uitifn. Colieaitfe llepirtmeTit. . '60 no
Ancietit.sndMi-dernl-iiKuaias.c_oh .... MOO
Musicon liano, with Voc_i Miuio £»i m
Munio on Goitar. " "■■ *■• 4010
l"ae of Instrument fi.rpra.nn_ 6 00
Vocal,Mu*ip»lote.(tasea b* all in classeal 2 1.1
DrawmK. Needlework, or'rltecian Pair.i-
Oij F-ii ii tin»_.._,... ".'777.7.'..'. .'".".V.V.7 * to «i
Board. inclndin_r everythihsc* except Waih
A re.lnctinn oi oa- fourth to" Mtnrsteri
9cn.No extra cb»r«es Fnpiia piovofe looks
and stationery at their oe_ expense, in cue ot
protr-wted sickness,/.deduction wilt be nri.le for
Boarders are members of tho i'resiiteiil'a tann
Iv. Money to meet tliefr IncuteittHl r.tifn.i,
nil.nnd bedepoaited with niui. and a. ietiera lor
tli°m a-nt bi lua oare.
Catalogue*.containing full details, hiit If oh
lamed at the BoakaSeres, oil. 1., --i- . t-. ti
Freailent. CEAM. U. V\'ins I ON.
RliH.>lo_l> _t..-_,vi,t. .1 'i, u.i,iiy
ORACK HTRFKT. B_.TvVI.KN Itl 1 M l l •
AND FOURTH, RICHMOND, VA.
A. M. Drpl'V- A. M Ft.-*.':, v.
The next se*- ion of thia last-taMet. wni torn
mence on the Ist of Uot.-ber, i«_>i, and wm tern.i
nate on the :wth Juii*, laftl.
The Principal will be aided: Sa heretofore, by a
well selected corps of A-natauu., wn... with their
ability and experience, cannot jail to give saii.-i ie
i tie Boarding Department will be under tee man
agement of Mr. and Mrs. Di'pia, aasi-led lo Mrs
Mast _. OasßßtS, formerlr oT _aS_n_a_. Tney
■iloi.ewiil reside in the _iemi«ar. with tbe ytsont
ladies, and will exercise a. parental care and n
troi ever those committPd to tneir charg*
The auooesa whioh iias attended tins effort to es
tabli-.fi in the city ol Rich . ond a Female Bam
nary of the first class. hasenci-trn-'edthe Principal
to provide more ample _■_)< uiiiioda'ioiM ior ihe
next session. The I n...: in» < a.-j vow ... sen
larger!,-md important m.xlifi.a .. .m wiH he made
in il.e.u, which will H.hl greatly tv their sasra
nience and < i.mlort, ihe lodging loom. ~re lar*c
and well ventilated, and n..t autre than !r iib two
to lour boarders will occup , one r.v.rn. '! l>_ Reci
tation Rooms a ill be wen a r.u. E.i tor the accim
niod_tii.n of tl c pupils.
Tbk_«— For Nine Months.
Board , *899 N
Was'iinf, fuel and lulita 30 011
Tuition in the Preparatory Dej. iitin. Nt .. ai hi
Tuition in ordinary Engliati Br_nci.ee in _|
1 uition iv advanced Enuli-ili lira-: ' ej Wi 00
Tuition in Modern and Ar.cif.nt Languages,
eaoh „ , toco
Music, Vocal and Instrument .1,. Pinno and
Ou'tar)— For one lesson, of one hour pc r
week-. _.. MM
For two lessons per week, of one hour puoJi so M
Use of Piano in no
Drawing, in crayon - — 60 on
Painting, in water colors ... to m.
Painting, in oil U) (ii
One-liali payable on the Ist of October. I*3o. and
tbe remainder on the lfith of February, l_»l
Reference Is made to Key. Dr. Moses D. Bog'-.
ami lo any of the former patrons of the school.
Catalogues ot the .-Seminar., containing store
detailed information,can fie obtained at any ol the
Boon .tores, or by application tn tie un.tersi_;i,-il.
_Jy2S__m A. ._. Dl FLY, Richmond. ....
MR. l.t I _.H\ Xl _ St Hool_.-The nex!.
session of our School l<et*inn on the FIR. T
DAY UF OCTOBF.R, IMb, and terminates on the
Ist day «f June. l-_l •
TKIIMB y.»R THK BCHOLABTKI VliAll,
Beginning the Ist da] otOo lobar ami ending tii*
lat day of July :
For board .______.— .— — ~ .__-. i _*** )}<m.i
For Washing KJ. ■) M
For Li.hts .. ;.. . low)
For Fuel . ...., ..... in uo
For F.iuliah Tuition _. 41. 1 _
For Modern Languages, each ' a* _.
For Frei.ch, when studied exclusively nt
the Kuglish branches 40 hi
For Latin '. „.- '. 20 ml
For Literature _. 20 UU
For Music on Piano. Guitar. Oiaas of .'•inginn 1
For one lesion of an hour' a week. ... M M
For two ie son. • .<( an hour) a week..... .' (»i
For ih.ee lea. ohm io) an boar' a wen*..... I2u in)
For four lesaous' 01 en hour, a wees Itloiu
For Sacred Music, in class HOD
Fur Harp. Teachers' feea.
For the use ot Piano . _ hh*>
For Drawing, f. ..111 Models. i'u o>>
For Drawing, fro-.. Nature MM
For I _intins..in Water Colors MM
For tbl Painting . ... fu ta»
Primary Department—for Children under H
years ot age 30 00
Vjfc. No extra eliaues."__'
Üb. All letters to be directed to
HUBERT P. EF.FEBVRfe,
J ____~ _______ Richmond. Va.
\1 ts . i fci.K IM _ SCHOOL.
The Fifth Session of this School W.lt be_.r. on
the first day of October.
Ifiss HhiiKAVl deems this a proper occasion to
express her grateful senne of tiie eDcou-uemeu'
wiiicti has attended her efforts ia N_t___M < .-.tu
To the pupi's. whose b (faction and ir.dii.tr, _sre
ohnered h»r i_i Kirs, and ts the parents, whose kind
esi.reci..im ..I approval uive »-__*n her Si__«-t re
w* rd. as well as to the maur friends wtu.se influ
ence h «s t-een oot.tr mil? osed in her hehVf _.i._
i b i• X.AM returns«iuce.e auaaor-Lat t___ *a.
fhe trusts that t c increased experience .ie*-_
year, and uarelaxini; eJ.>rt. on he. part t... ■«.
tbe .'....!:.ici.ee reposed in ber. will rustler h i
Beaool worthy of continued succe»_.
•t.i'.u ii'-rne., with full particulars, m-vvTw had
■Hi ni"i.'.'..-'iii. Alas. J. '_' i t '.((.' M
au l d_< wiui* Ltadee. sears.
J f.MO_ rfc.n.LEli-VriTIXK.-l'tieri<_r
t_/ sension of this Institute will opeu._i the '.'.;,
of .'•'esieint-ir, snd close on t hre _uth lanelnlrowiag
The present Trincipßl, Key. It. P. Sl'l Jill., a,
resigned that position, and tbe scltool _i„ ,t_ i ,
ture. be under ttie Presidenc. of Hdv. Mr. J
The scholastic >«ar will bo divided at., two
' terms, the first comine.-icini. on the ITth ..f . <v
.ember and _lo_iii< on the ilat ol I n, .-. : 'no
.■croud coinßieni.ir.« ..n tbe Ist ol iebr_i_».> ami
oloiing on the SOili of June
The F_e»_v ol the Inntitßle will be »* follows :
Rev. W JTOi.M'B. M. D . rn_ci_»t- rmtwmor
of Ancient an.) Modern Languages ami of Moral
and Mental ! - _i*'flce.
Rev H. F. bTLIUIiS. Professor of Natural Bei
• one* and Vaiiierva'iea.
Mi-eeUHLK l»Oi.NT..lostniet»e»'. m l*t_*ara
tor> JJepartmeat. and At_ust_uii in Modern i , v
FA. NKWHISFR, Professor of Instrument.,:
,V;ss ADFI.K POINTS, A__.i.t ut ia«iruct.-e*«
in *lnsie. _xp__.ks'l>Bl rrs_:
i jUoard. moiudißi lodgißg and fuel f* >
, Tuitionin P.imtr) ruglisUhr»nche» J- ed
Cirmplete Knglish Course . . ft) H
Au-'i. ut and Modern Laain tsee. e__-b i. M
Painting, I'raw.im. ti..:.m.ri *.»;».-V ,eu- ... 10 111
I Music on Piano, and Vocal Music toon
Use uf l.struuteat ... 2to
Washing and Luhti i .....,^..,„....... io on
I Alt fees pliable half in .ad vane*, .od.duotivii
exoept in <•..»«• tel .rot. nned sickness. ■
All U.rini_iriußiioi, sbpa^ r be ci
rectidt.. Mr. A r. STI BBS. Richmond. Va., t. 1
• lei Meptemeer; _«t«r ttteti to the Ptrtcipal
l>e ui.d«r*igs«d aoiieiu a Uir ai.Ase of tea put
. rtcpatrona.e W. J. foTSTS, _l. 1'
t »*»- It _v-t.6B* • -
U.IV _I_..ITV HIGH .1 HliOl Ittßl K
«OT SPHINUS, POWHATAN OUI'NIY.
VA.—A SCHOOL wul be opened st thi* _•;%-■«■ uu
. the FiRsF OF OCluafclT ssxl, sadsr the di
rection <-r the undoriigned.
l'h'.usii designed eepeei_i:» as pressm-ify to the
L'niversitjr ol Virginia, it wiiL t"i this immib. si
ford bo fewer advantages tv '!..>»« .tUyiHLug to
' ester other I'uiversitiee,--- in. College
i One of the Pni.oij>a_ vUI 'fsub MA. 11 __UT
. I OS; the other, LANI FA .KS. ..ssist_i t In
strsc-ers shall, ib vrmy p**o. be . rsdnatSs drtu*
L'utver__Ui,iil VjigißUt. C»»iU»*.u«i o-boms.sx.w
. ever, in MODERN LANuLA'lhji, will itse'.e
I occasional ißStrsettou from nat.ven ofCioie [an
' 'tf&srges for ths i.uiuii, •--•"•
Cirouiars wsj bs obtained at tbe beubsterSß ta
* S;_houf poVJ«^ Uo * * * »»*** lh *
• SIDNKV M.OWE.NB, Jb. A. M..
t Loisij _ iul-wjMvr ot UiertS .n H .nmoml C«i_. ( s
/^^M^-*-»JaXAMU. A M.
Ass■«i._ut Proisl__«r at, V. _ InsUluM.