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nAIIiHOAUB.
OHIOK DALTIMORM AMD 0DI0EAL
BOAD COMPART.
WuaraTOV. Deeeb la. 1K4.
OiaaA after SUIIDAY AMOUT. Dm. it, 1M4,
hiuiltr Tralaa Betereea Weaalajtea aa Bel.
Uaere will mu lillwi I
TBAIM KOVIBO XOTtt
V. 1. BALTIMOBI. WAY STATIOB AHD
HAftRIIlUBQ TBAIB tore Waealafvei I. II
a. n. ArflT.rtBalUnereB.09a. ja.
He, 1 SAW TOKK ARD rniLADXiraiA
IIPBS-lTWnklllWaT.I a. m. Ar.
Ufa at raUeaelpala 1. M p. n. : Haw York a. W
. ra. Ho Baltimore Makata eolo. ..
Ho. S. BALTIalOBIAHD WBSTIRH TRAIH.
Leave Weetlatoa a. IS a. ra., itapplai al
war itaUoae, eoaaKtlBir at Ralar with the Uatl
Trala tat tne Wait, aal taaaalag Baltimore 1. 00
Ha. 4. -HAW TOEK MAIL TBAIH. leare
WMklaitoall.lt a. m. Arrlta at Baltimore
1J.U p. m. Philadelphia 0.57 p. m. Haw
York 10. 00 p. n.
Ho. a.-'-SALTIKORITBAIlC AHD WAY8TA-T10SS.-U.Ta
Waahlafton LOO p. bl, too
aeetlaf at Baler with Itaiatltk trala. ArrWe
at Baltimore 4. 43 p. n. .. .'
Ha. t-BALTlVQRI COHMnTATJOX AHD
PHILADELPHIA-TRAIH-Uare-WOMoafcia
4. SO p. m. Antra at Baltimore . 10 p. m. Thla
trala atopa at Bleaeaatarr, BalUTllla, Laarel,
aad Aaaapolle Jaaetloaoalr. .....
. Ha. T.-BOSTOH, ALBANY AMD HKW YORK
1ZPKESS TBAIH Leara WaMaitoa.00p.m.
ArrlT. at Haw York 4. 00 a. n. alalia aad pai.
aicara br thla trala aoaoaot with aU tba early
moralae-, llaaa l.erle, Haw York lor tba East,
Worth and Wait, Ha Philadelphia and Balti.
mora tlekata aold br thla train, wbleh li limited
la capacity br aorernment orders, to taiara tha
malla.
Ho. S. BALTIHOBI AHD IUKBI8B0B0
TBAIH Laara Washington at 1.13 p. m. Ar
rive al Baltimore al &. Up, m. ...
Ho. . KKW YORK, PHILADELPHIA aad
WASTER!! TBAIH Leare Waahlnitoa al 7. SO
p. m., atopplng- at Balar Iloaaa forwaetera
paaaaarara-to taka Espreae Train forOraftoa.
Whaallai, Pukarabnrc, aad all polnta la tha
Wait. BaachaaHawYorkat6.1ta. ra.
Tor Aaaapolla tha coonecilona will w made
wllkthas.lt a. n. and the S and 4. So p. m.
front WashlartoB. ,Ho trala to or Iron Aenspo.
11a oa 8aadar. .
8UHDAY TBAIHS.
The onlr tralaa from Wuhlairtoa for panes
Sara oa Bandar are the 8. It and 11. 1A a. m. . aad
,00 p. ra. for Baltimore, aad 7.80 p. m. for
BalUmon. Philadelphia, Hew York aad the
Weil, aaitbeS.eOp. m. for Hew York onlr.
TKOK BALTIMORE, the onlr I'Alal oa San
dir are Hoi. land 4, at 4.80 a. m., aad8.tOa.
m. , with the HaW York paiiengere and malla,
aad the No. at 8. 80 and No. 8 al S. 00 p. m.
Sleeplaf care direct to Hew York oa 7. JO p.
u. tralaa dallr.
Thronnh tltkala to the Wait, aa wall aa to
Philadelphia, Haw York or Doitoa, can be had
at tha Stalloa Ticket omce al all hoora la tha
dir, aa well aa at saw oOce la the Anterlcaa
Telifraph Bonding, PenniylTinli mm, be
twaaa Ponr-aad-a-Ualfand Elzlh atreali.
Bactaga will be checked at all tioari i alio for
tbrongh polnti, to hto troable aad oonfailon at
the dapartore of the tralna.
For farther Information, tleketa of e?err kind,
Ac. , applr to Oaorie 8. Kooati, Agent at Waah
l.gtoo..lthaTr.k.to..wp swTn
Halter of Traniporutloa.
L. at. COLE,
delt.tf Oeneral Ticket Agent.
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINQTON, AND
BALTI110BE BA1LBOAD.
T I af B TAB L K .
Commeadag MONDAY, December Mth, ISM,
tralna will leara depot, corner of Broad alreet
aad Waihlngton arcane, aa fotlowa t
Eiproae Train al 4. OS a. m.. (Mondiyi ex
cepted,) for Baltimore and Waihlngton, Hopping
at Wilmington, Perrrrllle, llarre-de-Oraca,
Aberdeaa, Parrrman'a, aad llagnalla.
War Hall Trala at 8.14a. la., (SandtTl !
ceptd,)for Baltimore, itopplng at all regular
atatlom, eonneetlng with Delaware railroad at
Wilmington for Mllford, SaUibnrr, and laterme
dlate itatlono.
Bzpraia Train at 1.13 p. a.. (Sandlji ex
cepti4,) for Baltimore and Waihlngton, itopplng
at Cheater, Wilmington, Elkton, Perrrrllle,
and Harra-de-araea.
Xxpraia Train at 8. SO p. m., (Snndara ex
aapted.) for Baltimore aad Waihlngton, itopplng
at Wtfmlnrton. Newark. Elkton. Hortheail.
Perrrrllle, Harrcdl-araca, Ferrrman'a, and
Ifagaolla.
Nlihl Expraiafat 11.13 p. m. , for Baltimore
aad Waihtagton, atopplagat Chaitcr, (onlr to
taka uaiumoro aaa weiamgton paiaeogin,;
Wilmington, Newark, Xlktoa, Northern, Per
rrrllle, aad Ilarre-de.araca.
Paiiengere for Tortreai Monro! will take tba
8. It a. m. trala.
ACCOMMODATION TBAIHS Stopping at all
atatloaa between Philadelphia aad Wilmlag-
Laara Philadelphia at 11.00 a. m., 4.00, t.80
aad 10.00 p. m. The 4. 00 p. m. train cennecta
with Delaware Railroad for Mllford and later-
vnailtktA Italians.
Leare Wllmlagton at7.lt and 0.80a. m., ISO
ana o. ou p. m.
-rlfKOlfnil TRAINS PROM BALTIMORE
Leare Wilmington at 12 in. , 4. U, S.SSand.M
PVnEflTXSTORPIlILADELPnlA LeareChec
tcr at 8.18, 10.14 a. m., list, 3.1 J, 4. M, 7.30
and B.00 V. m,
P SITHDAY TRAINS.
ExpreiaTralnat4.0ta. m. for Baltimore and
Waihlngton, atopplng al Wilmington, Perrr
rllle, Uarre-de-arace, Aberdeen, Ferrrman'a
aad Magnolia.
High! Expreia at 11.18 p. m. for Baltimore
and WamingtOO, iwppiu li ,ua.r, wvr wbi.i
mnrm n4 Waihtirton caiienfferi. I Wlfmlnirton,
Newark, Elkton, North-Eait, Perrrrllle and
Accommodation Train at 10 p. m. for Wll
mlnrton aad War Btatloni.
BALTIMORE FOR PHILADELPHIA.
Laara Baltimore at t.U p. m., atopplng at
narre-de-Oraee, Perrrrllle and Wilmington.
Alio etopa at Elkton and Newark (to take pai
cagara for Philadelphia and laara paiicngara
from. Waeblngton or Baltimore,) and Cheiter to
leara paiaangera from Baltimore or Waahlng
! ton.
Leara Wilmington for Philadelphia al 8.30
P- PROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
Leare Baltimore 8.21 a. ra.. War Mall; 1.10
p, m., Expreia; 4.23 p. m.. War Train; 8.83
p, m. jupreai: v. a.1 p. m.. azpreia.
" tit A INS TOR BALTIMORE
Leare Cheiler at 8.87 a. m., 1.60 and 11. to
p. m.
Leara Wilmington at t. IS, 1. 40 a. m. , 2. 23,
4. OS and 11 25 p. m.
PBEIQI1T TRAIN, with paiiangcr car at
tached, will leare Wllmlagton for Perrrrllle
and Intermediate itatlom at 7. 03 p. m.
Jaall U. P. KENHEY, 8opcrlatendent
KXPRE88.
A DAMB KXPRKSS COMPANY,
J. OFFICE 014 PXHN.AVENDE,
WACBIiroTOX ClTT,D. 0.
GREAT EASTERN, NORTHERN, AKD WESTERN
EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
MorokandlM,Moner, Jewelrr, Valuable!, Hotec,
DIOCKl, DODU,, at. ,
Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all
acceialble eectloni of the countrr. Thte Com
panr baa Ageaclee U the principal rallwar
town. io me
NORTH, EABT.WEST.AHD HORTUWEST
Ite principal offlcei are
WASHINGTON, D.C.NEW YORK, BOSTON,
rUlLADELPUIA, BALTIMORE, CIN
CINNATI, ST. LOUIS, LOUIS
VILLE, LEXINGTON.
Connection! are made at New York and Boaton
with llnei forwarding te the Canadai and to the
Brltlia Prorlncei, and with eteauihlp llaea to
Llrerpool, Southampton aad Uarra.aad thence
br Earopean exprenea to all prominent commer
cial town! In areat Brttala and oa the Continent.
Collection of Hotel. Draft! aad Bllli made al
all acaeealble parte of tha Dalted Btatea.
au a ft a DDMM
Jell Waihlagton, D. C.
npn KIDWELL 4 HENDERSON.
367
PAPER nAHGINOS,
WINDOW SHADES,
SHADE TRIMMINOS,
Bclllag al REDUCED PRICES,
897 D etreel, soar Ninth,
Franklin llall Building.
All work In their Una executed promptlr In
'tha CITY Ot COUNTRY, 1 frl'lf
It A. I JU At O A. i a .
18G1 ARRARQKMKNTS
18G4
HJJW TORE LINXB.
TBI CAMDXH AHD AMBOT AHD PHILADEL
PHIA AHD TRXITOH RAILROAD COMPA
HIES USES.
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO HEW YOSX
AHD WAT PLACE
FROM WALHDT STREET 'tTTIASP AHD
XEHIIHOTOH DEPOT,
nu lbavb Am roLlowa. Tilt Para.
At 8 a. m. t rla Camden and AmborC aad
A. Aeeommodatlon -. ..81 It
At I a, m., rla Camdaa and Jeroer Cllr
Hiw Jerier Aeeummodatlon. ....... 113
At 8 a. m., rla Camdaa aad Jaraar Cltr
Morning Expraaa ,..,,. 8.00
At 8 a. m. , rla Camdaa aad Jereer Cltr
Id Claia Ticket.....' 113
At 11 a. ra. , rla Kanclngtoa and Jerier
Cltr-ExBrcaa 1..- 100
At 12 m., rla Camden and AmborC. and.
A. Aeeommodatlon. ..,.. .-.. lit
At 3 p. m. , rla Camden aad Ambor. and
a. vprooe ,. .w
Al S p. ra. ,, rla KenalatTaWagJ eerier
Cltr Waahlattoa and H. YrUsraii.. 100
At 61. p. m., rla Kealtngtoa and Jereer
Cllr-Erenlng Mall 100
At 11U p. m. , rla Keailagtoa and Jerier
ClTr-Sonihera Mall 100
At 1U (Night,) rla Eanalngtos and Jaraar
cltr Sonthera Expreia S.00
At 6 p. m., rla Camden aad Ambor Ae-
eommoaailon ureigDi ana p.iaKer;i
lit claii ticket.... "....113
Id claia ticket 1.60
The 8.13 r.. m. ECcnlm Mall and the 1.80
(Nlgbt) Sonihera Expren will run dallr, (all
otberc, Snndara excepted.)
PHILADELPHIA AHD NEW YORK LINES.
Leare Walant atcect wharf at 8 and la, u,,
12 m. , and 2 p. m.
Leare Kenilnaton Depot at 11.18 a. m,. lit.
4.50 and 6.43 p. m.. aad 1100 a. m. (alght.)
The 8.43 p. a. line mm daUr ; (all othara,
Snndara excepted. )
HEW YORE AHD PHILADELPHIA LINES.
Leara foot of Barclar etreel at 8 a. m. and 2
p. m.
w rom tool 01 uoniana Btreei at f, e, aaa to m.
i. . 12 m., 4 and 6 p. m. , and 12 night.
The 8 p. m. Unernned.ilrl (all othere, Snn
dara excepted.)
TT, 11. U1I.M1 ARCMk,
Philadelphia and Hew York Llaea.
Fa-n.ADlI.rxiA, Dae. 23. 1861 daSl
G1
RKAT PENNSYLVANIA KOUIB TO
HOBTHWEST AHD SOBTHWESf.
RON AHD AJTIR DECEMBER 23, tralaa will
are Baltimore, from North Calrerl Button, aa
toiiowit
Fait Mall, at 9.20 a.m.
Harrlibarg Accommodation 3 p.m.
Erie and Plttiborgh Expren 8 p.m.
Plttihnrgh and Elmlra Expreie 10 p.m.
THE 6.1S A. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
Connect! with the 9.20 a. m. trala rrom Dal
tlmore for Plttihnrgh and the Weit, and
for Elmlra, Bnffalo, Rocheiter, Dun
kirk, Caaaadalgna, and Niagara
Falle, and for New York Cltr.
THE 4. SO F. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
Coaaecte with the 8 p. m. train from Bal
timore for FUUbare and Erie.
THE 8.43 P. M. TRAIN FROM WABniHOTOH
Conneeto Wlin tne ill p. m. axpreii iron
Baltimore and nine throngk to run-
bnrgh and Elmlra, without chaaga
of care, coanectlng at Plttibnrgh
for Clndaaatl, Chicago, aad
Si. Looli, and atlElmlra
for Boffalo, Rochee-
Iter, andBrraco.ee.
ONE TnRODOn TRAIN ON STJHDAT,
Laarlag Waihlngton at 3 o'clock p. a.
8LEEPINO CARS OH HIOnT TRAIH8.
Bolduu' Ticxan at Ootxbkmivt RATB
LOW FARE AHD QUICK TIME.
AVFor Ticket, and anr laformattoa applr at
the OOc. of the Great Fenncrlranla Ronle, cor
ner Pennerlranla arenne and Sixth atreet, under
national Hotel, and Depot Hoaie, No. 463 Citr.it,
near Hew Jerier arenue.Waehlnirton.
J. H. DUBARBY,
Superintendent N. C. K. K.
E.J.WILKIN8,
Paneagerand Ticket Agent.
JHO.QILLETT, Faiienirer Agent,
Corner Sixth ilreel aad Feamrlranla arenac
dc28-lf
STEAMSHIPS.
N
K W Y 0 It K
AHD
WASHINGTON
STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
(OLD LINE,)
airwiix
HEW YORK, ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON
AHD GEORGETOWN, D, a
OCEAN STEAMERS
BALTIMORE, REBECCA CLYDE, AD EMPIRE,
IX collCTIOX will IXLAXb RIAXIie
GEORGE U. STOUT, MAY FLOWER, AND
ANN XLttA.
Regular Sailing Dare TUESDAYS and FRI
DAYS, at 12 m. . from foot of Ula b .tract. George
town, aad Pier It, Eaal Rlrer. (fool of Wall
treat,) New York.
ror ireigui or paa.age appir io
C. F. IIOUUUTON, Agiat,
foot of High atreet, Georgetown,
M. ELDUIDOE A Co., AgenU,
Prince Street Wharf, Alexandria,
JAMES HAND, Agent,
117 Wall ilreet. Hew York.
Freight recclred comtaatlr and forwarded to
alt parti of the coaatrr wlth.dlipatch, at loweet
ratee )e2
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP CO.'S LINK
A.B. or
SCREW STEAMERS
BITW1IX
NEW YORK, WASUINOTOH, ALEXANDRIA,
AND GEORGETOWN.
STEAMERS
X. 0. KNIOIIT, Captain J. J. Maioa,
JOHN GIBSON, " J. B. K.llr,
Leare Pier No. 12, North Rlrer, New York, at 4
0 clock, p. m. , Tue.aari aaa i riaari.
L..allnow'i wharf. 107 Water etreel. George
towo, at 9 a. m. , Wedneidaraaad Saturdara, for
Freight rccelred dallr, handled In the tnoct
careful manner, and dellrered with tha greaaeal
dlipatcb, at fair rater
Put.... and State. rooma. with auperloraecom
modatlom for comfort and pleaaure, direct
tl,rAiiirh tmm WBhtnetoB to Albany. Troy, and
Saratoga. Tleketa good for either alght or dar
.teamen, SI. John, Ileadrlck Hudeon, Daniel
nu. .j n vti.t,up.l. m tha Hndion river.
Through to Frorldeoce aad Boitoo br the
pleadld ateamere of tba Neptune SUainahlp
Conipaur, and to Portland br CromweU'eotd
aatabllihad line.
Vnv Vv.lulit tad It...... .nnlV tO
r w;'b.7bnow a CO..
107 Water atreet, Georgetown,
FLOWERS A BOWEN,
Alexandria, Va. ,
n. B. CROMWELL St CO.,
86 Wait atreet, New York.
Panage and State-room, can be engaged at toe
Compaor'i OOlce, 241 V alreet, between Thir
teenth aad Fourteenth, WaialagtOB, D. 0.
JeS-d
JOHN R, ELVANS A CO.,
87 Loulilana arenne and 603 C atreet
WABUIHOTON, D. C,
DilLiaa IB
keq Hardware.
CUT NAILS Flnlahad, 8 to 111; Feaae, 8 to
12d ; Box, t, 7, M.
CUT 8PIKE8-1 to7lnch.l.
CLINCH NAILS.
PRESSED AND BOAT SPIKES,
UOKSS SHOES, Burdan'e aorernment. No. 1
totl Bnrdea'e Cltr, No. 1 tot; C. and
F. , No. 1 to 4 J fiul. Shoec, 1, 1 3.
nORSE HAILS-UrtOa'a. 6 to lot Putnam 'a.
6 to 10 Pntaam'a, "I, " 4 to lot Haw
iMaaoB, v tw .-Ameneaa, f u to,
apll IUW t BIT HMt
I'llOI'OBAIiB.
T ARQE QOVERNIKNT SALE
STEAMBOATS, WHARr-BOATS, TJARaES,AN.D1
OTHER PROPERTY. T
QoAirBiMAiTBa aaiBAL'a Ornci, I
Wabrirotob, D. C, Jnlr 20, 1863. )
SaalaJ Pronoiall are tarltad and will be re-
celred at tha plaeee, sndantll the dalee herein-
aner namexifior ma purenaaeoi tae loiiowiog
named STEAMB0AT8, WHARF-BOATS, BARGES, aad
other propertr.
AT LITTLE ROCK. ARKAHSAS.UNTIL MON
DAY, SBlTKMUBu it, ix at., ror toe
Side-Wheel Steamer Dareaporl (ferrr-boat),
r. lateral IRQ tnnl.
Stern-wheel Steamer Conror, Ho.x, registered
iitioae. -
Which can Uaeeaai LITTLE ROCK, ARKAN
SAS, until tha dar of aale.
AT VICKSBURO, MISSISSIPPI, UNTIL FRIDAY,
"SEPTEMBER It, 12 M.,for
Screw Tug Belle Darlington, registered 84 lone.
On (1) Wharf-boat, 796 tone.
Oae Ui.Wberr.boit, 787 Ions.
ModaTSIargea Porter Rhodec aad George B. Me-
Clane.
Nine (9) Gnnwale Bargee.
Fortr (40) Coal Boala. -
Oae (1) Yawl aad one (1) Floating Dock.
All Of which can be eeen at VICK8BUR0, MIS-
SISSIPl'I, until the dar of aale.
AT NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI. UNTIL MONDAY,
SEPTEMBER 18, 12 M., for
One Wharf-bolt, 700 lona.
Model Barge Mollle.
Fire (0) Gunwale Bargee.
Three (S) Coal Boate.
All of which can be eeea at NATCHEZ, MISSIS
SIPPI, until the dar ' 1-
AT HEW ORLEAH8, LA., UNTIL WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 4, 11 in., for the
Model Barge Mulligan, aad oae (11 Coal Boat.
Which can be eeea at PORT HUDSON, LA., until
the dar of aal a.
For the Wharf-boat Hatches, 700 torn ; and two
(2) Coal Boeta.
Whlah can be Been at BATON ROUOE, LA., until
the dar of aale.
ALSO, for the
Side-wheel Steamer Colonel Holcomb, (bultd-
Inr.) registered 220 tone.
Side-wheel Steamer Illlnola, reglatered 600 tone.
Side-wheel Steamer W, D. Sarorr, regiitered 62
tonl.
Side-wheel Steamer J. M. Brown, regiitered 339
toai.
Sldi.wheel Steamer A. 0. Brown, regiitered 229
tone.
Side-wheel Steamer Ohio Belle, regiitered 300
tonl.
Side-wheel Steamer Muatang,regtitered 176 torn.
Side-wheel Steamer 8alnt Charlee, regiitered 637
tone.
Side-wheel Steamer Diana, regiitered 780 torn.
Blde-wheel Bleamer X. II.. Falrchlldi, regl.tered
631 lorn.
Side-wheel Steamer J. R. Adami, regiitered CS7
torn.
Side-wheel Steamer Swltierland, regiitered 019
torn.
Stern-wheel Steamer Ida Mar.reglitered 230 ton..
StirB-wboel Steamer Iowa, regiitered 482 tone.
Stern-wheel Steamer Allamont, regiitered 892
tone.
Stern-wheel Steamer Dick Fnlton No. 2, regii
tered 118 tone.
Stern-wheel Steamer Colonel Benedict, regiitered
181 torn.
Btern-wheel Steamer Colonel Chandler, regla
tered 20 tone.
8tern-wheelBtoemer Llixle Darie, regiitered
tons.
Btern-wheel Steamer Colonel Chapln, reglatered
tona.
Screw Tug Lerlatban, regiitered 324 tone.
Scnw Tug Btnnte Banke, regiitered 32 tone.
Screw Tug Baltic, regiitered HI tone.
r.ar Tno Cntaln Pltklai. fnoW balldlnjr.l
Screw Tug (n'o name and now building.)
Screw Tug George B. Trier, regiitered 116 tone.
Screw Tag America, regiitered 418 tone.
Screw Tug Uaneox, regiitered 130 tone.
Screw Tug Admiral, reglatered 10J torn.
Screw Tug Gladiator, regiitered 171 tone.
Centre-wheel Steamer Kepper.reglitered 81 tool.
Centre-wheel Steamer General Ramom, regii
tered 101 tone. ..,. ,
Centre-wheel Steamer Colonel Colhurn, regli
t.redOl tone.
Model Bargea Noi. 10, 11, and Abler.
Canal Boat Koaalle.
T.n lint fliinwala BarBea.
Tweatr-four (24) Pontoon Boata.
Four (4) lawl Doata, one lif oau ua, una i.
Metallic Boat, Era (0) Skill, and one (1) eel of
All of which can be lien at NEW ORLEANS,
La. , until the dar '
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DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA. WAHl.lNCITON
COUMTV To Wit:
Th thm tsiBiofThodora V. StokcH.admlDUtrator
of William It. Domo,decaft4tod,th Adiulnlitrator
aforeaald bM, wlla me approuauou oi ma ur
pbana'CoartufWuHlilDRtoaCoautyaforeitald.ap appoloted 8ATUKDAV; tba 9th day of Hep
U tabar neit, for tha final lettlamtut and din
trlbatloa of the perifon&l e.tato of aald da
eaaied. aod of tua uaeta la hand, at far aa
tba lame haro been collected and turned
Into money ; when and where all tba creditor
and helra of aatd deceaied ara notified to attend,
(at lb Orphana' Coort of WatMugton County
aforeaald.) with tbelr claltna properly Touched,
or they may otherwise by law beaxcloded from
all benefit tn .aid deceaaed'a aiitata. provided a
eopy of thla order ba pabllebed onea a week for
three weeks U tha Nino a L BiruuucAK pre-
vloaa to tua aaia via aay oi oepiemwar, iooj.
Tail: 0. ROBBINS,
Bigiitir ef Willi,
aul.-w3w
Th Com tuff Fotllcnc-
Tht lateit Intelligence from Korope eon
firmi tha attrirehenaton that tha Ailatto
cholera, in Iti moat maUgnant form. U on tti
march, and advancing iteadlly westward.
'ine representations or meaicu men mai it
was generated In Arabia and Egypt, and
would probably not pass bejond thou coun
tries, hare not Droved correct. It originated
In neither country, but camo thither, as at
rormer periods, rrom in ma, xor so many cen
turles Its home and first itarttng-place. We
hare the following statement, showing Its
presence there, from the Timts of India
"Cholera has broken out at Aden and In
Label, and ft requisition has been made to
the liombar OoTerament for three more as
sistant surgeons. sie famine) tpreTaUt In the
provinces of Lahej, Moctyi, and Xlodtjda, In
Araoia; ana me xiritun lumoruiu au.d
bare requested the Bombay Qoversment to
send promptly a ship load of wheat to Aden
to meet the requirements of JJw peoplo of
that place."
rRAnrcti mo at a lit v in iott.
Accompanying the caravans of pltgrlmn to
Mecca, the pestilence was not long in making
Its appearance In Egypt. It prevailed In
both countries with Its usual severity. To
be sure the .French physicians at Alexandria
attempted to lull the apprehension by de
claring that the type of the disease was mild,
and that It partook largely of the nature of
endemic. The deadly character of the Till
tatlon, as attested by Mr. Hale, our Consul
General at Alexandria, disproved their as
sertions. An English gentleman who had
t lilted Cairo. Alexandria and Constantinople,
In a letter to the London Timet, made the
following declaration, which Is sufficient to
determine the whole question :
"From a conversation I had In Cairo with
an army doctor of great experience among
the natives, as also among the European
community, I find that tho cholera then so
severely raging was Asiatic cholera In Us
worst form. The gentleman In question has
been resident many years In Egypt, and seen
cholera at various times and places, and he
believes the present epidemic to be the worst
he has ever known.
"The great percentage of eases and
deaths, both in Alexandria and Cairo, were
among the native population, and generally
of the lower classes, the bad coses taking
them off In an illness of four or six hours, and
others In ten, twelve or fourteen; the symp
toms being vomiting and diarrhoea, followed
by cramp. From my personal observation I
believe that cholera first attacks thoso who
lire In close, confined quarters, where there
Is no drainage; where all sorts of filth and
refuse Is allowed to accumulate; low diet
and general bad living, and from the ex
tremely bad condition of the Nile water; and,
beyond this, I believe that those who are
constantly brooding orer a probability of an
attack are rerr likely subjects to bo ulti
mately carried off, and that habitual free
livers run a great danger; but among a Eu
ropean, or other population, whose residences
are not overcrowded, where tho streets are
bfit r1an. (rood dralnTe. (rood water, nlaln
living, and ordinary cleanliness, I consider
me u anger wouiu do reuueeu iu ihidiiuuiu
even In a badly Infected place.
UKDITEJIRASEAN COUNTRIES VISITED.
In July the pestilence had visited Euro
pean and Asiatic Turkey. In the villages of
the Bosphorus It raged with extraordinary
violence and mortality. It also made its
fearful way westward to Malta, Sicily and
It air. A letter from Valotta to London.
dated the 31st of July, gives tho following
statements In relation to Us progress:
"While accounts received from Alexandria
Indicate a constant decrease of cholera In
that city and throughout Egypt, the dlsoase
has somewhat Increased In Malta during the
past wcck.
"The following is a summarised
statement of the course of tho malady within
the last eight or nine days: Un the ZZa Inst.,
after an oppressively hot day and night, sev
enteen attacks were reported throughout the
Island, In addition to the military, of whom
seven are said to have been Interred on the
23d. On that and on the following day there
were fourteen now cases among tho civil
nonulatlon. and seven deaths, and nearly as
many among tho troops. On the 25th and
2tHh some twenty-six fresh cases were re
ported, of which about half terminated fatal
ly. On the 27th there were twenty-two at
tacks, seven of which occurred In Valetta.
Among the military there was only one case.
On the 28th the number of attacks reported
was twenty-eight, and the deaths twelve;
on the 29th, thirty-one attacks and eighteen
deaths, and on the 30th, twenty-three at
tacks and twelve deaths. Several of the
distant villages have returned a few coses
each, and two cases are reported to have oc
curred in the neighboring Island of Ooio.
"Letters from Sicily state
that, notwithstanding the absurdly rigorous
enactments of tho Sicilian Board of Health,
some coses of cholera have manifested them
selves In Catania as well as at Palmero.'
During the month of August Spain and
France In their turn hove been reached. We
have news of cholera at Port Mahon and Mar
seilles ; and even sporadlo cases at Paris,
and Birmingham, In England.
THK CHOLKBIC "CONSTITUTION.'
It Is notiooablo that when an epidemic pre
vails, thero Is always a prodisposltlon to dis
eases of the type or character to which it
belongs. Dr. Farr observed that In England,
from 1825 till 1865 there was a great tend
ency to malignant disease of a dysenteric or
cholerlo nature. The London Timet remarks
a similar tendency now. It says :
"Our time, of course, may come. The
cholera Is said to bo advancing westward
slowly, but surely. The lost report was from
Marseilles. In London we have had a good
deal of that sort of illness which Is supposed
to turn into cholera under certain conditions.
Wo feel sure, ho. rover, that If the cholera
comes this way, no quarantine, no deten
tions, no fumigation, no lines of demarcation
will keen It out. Tho disease will appear In
many different places at onoe, many miles
from one another, and all fur away from the
traditional sailor landed at Kotherblthe. We
well remember the sporadio appearance of
me uibciuu au uvcr jugiuui tu ., m til
lages, In situations high and dry, selected for
health, In parsonages where contagion and
intectlon were impossioimies.
PROnAllLE ARRIVAL l.Y EXQLAKD,
The London Telegraph, speaking of tho
advance of the cholera, remarks that dangers
are like wild beasts look tlietn steadily In
tho face, and half their power to daunt and
Injure Is gone; fear them, fly from them, and
like the same wild beasts, they advuuee up
on yon, and take you at a disadvantage.
(Solace ami counsel are io oo uruwn iron,
that old truth, when ndraitting that a gigan
tic danger is now threatening Europe and
England. The cholera is on Its travels that
fierce and pitiless plaguo, which has its rest
denoo Ju the East, but sallies forth at porlodi
cat Intervals to decimate West, North, and
South. From time to time we hear of the
visitation In distant placesdeaths by whole
sale In Central Asia, deaths la Southern
Russia, regiments disbanded by deaths on In
dian marohes, and rivers choked with corpses
In the Islands of the Eastern ocean. The
last Red Sea news brought word that Mecca
and Medina are this year vast lataar-houses
of choltra-smltten victims, the pilgrims per
ishing all along tho roods to the ibrtaei
from Jedda and the southern porU, and
Sheikhs who had come to kiss the Kaaba
turning back In horror, with their trains, to
succumb In tents and houses where they had
shut themselres up. Already Egypt has
been reached, and the fellahs there are per
Ishlng by thousands; so much so, that the
Italian and rencn narbore are shut against
ressels from Alexandria.
A disease so horrible, savs the TeUfrravh.
that our neighbors call It "a mart Jet
cAietit;" to fatal, that men say "It begins
with death;" so agonising, that the spasms
and disorganisations of long maladies are
condensed into a day, or part of a day, and
the victim, healthy in the morning, perishes
in the arternoon.waatedanddlsooloredjuea
a disease must ever seem horrible. Even In
the country where It Is always present less
or more even in India familiarity with
Its fierce attacks has bred no lessening of
fear. The Hindoo, In trembling terror, has
made agoddess of "Zerrlmerri,'' and builds
temples to ber dreadful power, where he
pours ghee and sprinkles meal and flowers
till bis timid heart brings the plague upon
him. Every Indian village has some tale of
awe and mystery about the curse which oomes
and goes and comes again, and leaves the
river-side crowded with corpses, bluejand
ghastly, awaiting the torch; some tale such
as that of a horseman, with his head covered,
who rides at night down to the ferry and
crosses the stream, leaving the ferryman
dead In his boat, with one hot, poisonous
stream upon his lips, and disappearing in the
districts, which next day ara fall of mourn
ers, ringing with shrieks of men.women, and
children In the convulsions which precede the
merciful collapse oi tne iramo attacked by
cholera.
TIIK PATHS Or CHOLERA.
The pestilence Is wont to roam In the paths
which are mode for its progress. Cairo has
not a drain in It ; dogs and the sun are tho
only scavengers. Alexandria, Constantinople,
and the cities of the Mediterranean are cen-
erolly filthy. They make no preparation
against disease ; and when u comes, accept
Its misslqn as the dispensation of Providence.
Cholera invades such places and makes havoc,
as If it had been invited.
So for tho cholera has followed the same
route as In 1831, It has not, however, mode
Its way Into Russia and Poland, as at that
time ; but followed steadily from Egypt into
Sicily, Italy, Spain, and France.
But It Is hoped from sanitary precautions
to avert the pestilence, at least to mitigate
Its virulence. The latter is to bo hoped. But
erldences exist already that our own country
is in tne peculiar stages oi preparation lor Its
development. In many parts of tho country
dysentery Is unusually malignant; In our
cities cholera Infantum slays Its multitudes.
Influenza, croup, diptheria, and kindred
diseases indicating another epidemic period,
have disappeared to a great degree j and
dally the evidence accumulates that the de
stroyer from the East will In a few months
have come to our own shores.
If our sanitary authorities have any Im
provements, any preparations tq, make for
them proceed to put them Into operation.
Foul vaults, cess-pools and stagnant water
afford a rest! nsr-pl ace for the infection, be it
what It may; and crowded houses are soon to
be visited by pestilence. Everything which
can promote health and cheorfulness should
bo done speedily,
Tne VOICX Or THE PESTlLiaCC.
Tho following poem, written as long ago as
1831, on the approach of the great cholera
visitation here of 1832, is once more, we fear,
appropriate:
Breathless the eon rue of the Pale White Horse,
Bearing the ghastly Form
Banld and dark as the spectre bark
when It sweeps before the storm t
Balefntlr bright through tbe torrid nlgbt
Eosangnlnod meteors glare
Fiercely the spires of volcanic flros
btream ou th sulphurous alrt
Shades of tbe slain through the Murderer's brain
Flit terrible and drear
Shadowy and swift tbe black storm drift
Both trample the atmosphere I
But swifter than all, with a darker pall
Of terror around mv path.
I have arisen from my I am pies prison
Biave ot mo nig a uou- wraiu.
A deep voice went from the armament,
And It pierced the caves of earth-
Therefore I came on my wlnga of dame
l rom tne aarit pia e oi mj umu i
And It Is said ; "do from the Booth to the North,
Over yon wanderlug ball
Sin Is the King or that doomed Thing,
And the aln-begulled most fall!"
Forth from the gate of thy uncreate,
From the portals of tha abyss.
From tbe caverns dim where vague forms swim,
Aud shapeless Chaos 1st
From llades'a womb from the joyless tomb
Of Erebus and Old Mgbt
From the unseen deep where death and sleep
Brood lu their uystlo might
I come I come before me are dnmb
Tbe nations aghast for dread
Lo t I have passed, ae the desert blast
And the millions of earth He dead t
A volco of fear from tbe hemlspbero
Tracketb me where I fly
Earth weeping aloud for her widowhood
A wild aud desolate cry I
Thrones and dominions beneath my pinions
Cower like meanest things
Melt from my presence tbe pride and tbe pleas
annce Of pallor -stricken kings t
Sorrow aud mourning supremely icornlng,
My throne Is the boundless air
My chosen shroud Is the dark-plumed cloud
which tbe whirling breexes hear !
Was not I borne on the wings of tbe mora
From the Jungles of Jessore,
Over the plain of the purple main
To the far Mauritian shorer
To tbe isle which sleep on the sunbrlgbt deep
Of a coral-paved sea :
Where the blue waves welter beneath tbe shelter
Of Heaven's servullyl1
From the womb of the waters, athlrst for slangh
ters, I rose that thirst to sate
These greeu Isles are graves to the wante of the
waves,
Their beauty Is desolate I
From tbe wide Erythrean tho noise of my IVe n
Rolled on tbe southern blast
Eternal Taurus made answering chorus,
From tbe Kclrs loue and vast I
Did I not pass bis granite mass.
And tbe ridged Caucasian hill
Over burning ssuda over frost-cbalued lands,
Borne at my own wild willf
Then hark to the boat of my hastening feet,
Thou shriued In the sea
Where srn tby dreams that tbe Ocean streams
Would be HailVty uuto tbeer
Awaken I Awakeu ' my wings are shaken
Athwart the troubled sky
Streams tbe red glance of my meteor lance,
Ami (ha. ultra of mine cuirer ore I
Hearken, oh hfiirken' my coming shall darken
The light of thy festal cheer;
lu thy btorni-roikfld home, ou the northern foam,
N ursltng of Ocean hear I
BETOMZATION AH A CHECK rOR CUOLKIU.
Sir James Simpson, tho well-known medi
cal author, tuggeiUs the Immediate recourse
to setonhation as apropbvlactlo for cholera.
Tho philosophy is to raise the pulse, and
koep It so, during about thirty or forty days,
during which timo the epldomto is at its
greatest hoight in any locality, lie thinks
Us Introduction in armies should be Imme
diately commenced, together with other san
itary nnd medicative treatment, t ocelli or
with isolation. We believe the utility of
setonisation has ueen muon utscussed In
Europe for several years. It was agitated
"In the Academy of Sciences, In Pari, by
authority of Napoleon III., In 1854 and 1855,
during the Crimean War." The London
Lancet of 1855 speaks of it; m also the Lon
don Timet, and several of the leading Jour
naJs of France and Europe. The views as
discussed then, and referred to In 1885. now
ten years since, from experiments and notes
made or the practice during cholera out
breaks, and Us use In Bombay. Calcutta, Ac,
are these:
1. That during the prevalence of cholera
It frequently happens that In every one, all
being more or less poisoned by the deleteri
ous choleraic vapors of the atmosphere, the
pulse Is extremely low. and reduced from
forty-fire to forty-two in persons apparently
In perfect health.
2. That this symptom Is nnaccompanled by
any oiner aenoiing momia state.
3. That when the pulse U low, the blood
becomes dark and vicious, while In persons
whose pulse Is In a natural or normal state
during the epedemlc. the blood li perfectly
healthy.
4. The cholera only attacks those that
have previously experienced a diminution of
tneirpuisos.
A. That this diminution. which often occurs
before the regular attack, teay be considered
a pathognomonic symptoniie approaclL, Kot organised, Secondary No. 7, for want of a
cholera. ' -n room.
0. That those who have experienced the
treatment In question have always escaped
the disease whenever they hare followed
those means calculated to accelerate tno cir
culation. 7. That tho falling off In the pulse, and,
therefore, thepredlsposltlon to thed!seaso,are
In general proportional to the wont of energy
In the circulation of the blood, and to the
access of atmospheric pressure.
8. That the diminution does not occur In
healthy subjects when the epldemla has
ceased. Hence the utility of the proposed
preventive means of setonlzatlon to raise the
animal heat In the vital economy, preventing
the development of the disease under any
form, producing Its powerful derivative action
on the human body, and thus disarms the
terrible scourge of its terrors, and will save
human life. The soldiers and masses every
where it has been tried and experimented on
have faith In its efficacy and confidence in
Its beneficial results. Thatlsmoro than half
the bottle
LOCAL NEWH.
Board or School Trustees. An ad
Joarnad meetlnir of the Board of School Trustees
was held last evening;, la their chamber at the
Citr Uall : the l'reMdent. Dr. Walsh, in tba Chair.
Present: Messrs. Brown, Tnatln, Wilson, Miller,
Wight, Holmead, and MurUt.h.
After the minutes of the last meeting were read
and mora red.
Mr. Martagh presented the application for
teacbershlp of Miss Nellie M. Saunders. Re
ferred to the Committee on Examinations. He
also presented the resignations of MUn Maria F.
Witker as teacher of becondarr Wo. 7. and Mrs.
E. 8. Bolseau an teacher of Secondary If 0.2. The
resignations were acccpiwi.
Mr. Wilson presented the application of Miss
alien uiuus ; wmcu waa reierrea io ma vomniu
t ad Examinations.
Mr. Milter presented the resignation of Miss
Eosan a. niiey as leacneroi iTimaryno, 4, cee
ennd District: which waa accepted.
Mr. urown presented me resignation oi i.u
mmAii. vii District, Accented.
Mr. Wllten preaentea a communicauon iron.
Miss M. E. Uodler, teacher ef Male Intermediate,
asking tor a remote Mconaary,
Mr. Walsh presented the resignation of Miss
Kate Sanderson aa teacher of Secondary No. 3,
and Mrs. Eliza W, Clarke as teacher of Secondary
No. 1, Third district. They were accepted.
Mr. Walsh, from the committee on tbe exami
nation of candidates, reported that tbe committee
met on the 1st of July. Two gentlmcu aud
twenty ladtea were present at the examination.
Tbe committee report tbe following named per
sons aa qualified for Intermediate Schools: air.
Chase Roys, Miss Helen Williams, Mlsa A. Kirk,
and Miss S. Ecktoff. For Secondary Schools, MUs
A.Adams, Mlsa E, Allen, Mlsa E, F. Uedmond,
Mis S. Tllley, Mlsa E. 1. Morse, and Miss A. Tait.
For Primary BSchools. MUs M. Aruilntead,
in., a. UriB-ht: Mlsa It. Garrett. Miss J. A.
Brown, Mlsa S. Brown, Mlsa M. h. Parker, Miss
A. Mllhurn, and Alias r. reyion.
The committee alio met on the 29th of July,
and reports aa qualified for Secondary School,
Mlsa Josephine 8. Bird. For Primary Schools,
Mlsa Allen aud Miss Clarke.
On motion tbe report waa accepted.
Mr. Miller, from the Committee on text books.
reported a list of tbe books to be used during the
ensuing year. The committee recommend the
following changes in tbe Grammar schools that
me Bpencerian system oi i enjnenjiin De nsca
Instead of Potter and Hammond's; Worcester's
Comprehensive Spelling Book Bryant, Stratton,
and Packard 'a Book -keeping, instead of Winches
ter's; and that weDster'a unaonugeu uic
tlonary be placed on the desks of the Teachers
of Grammar and Intermediate Schools.
They recommended the following changes In
the Intermediate Schools t
The Comprehensive Spelling Book to be used
natBd of Worcester's Pronouncing Speller.
The Bpencerian system of penmanship be used
Instead of Potter k Hammond's.
In tba Secondary Schools, that Worcester's
Comprehensive Spelling Book be used Instead of
Swan's Speller, and Worcester's Primary Speller
be introancea.
In the Primary Schools, Worcester's Primary
opening iioox.
The report waa adopted.
Mr. Miller also Introduced a resolution pro
hibiting any teacher from using any books but
those adopted ax text booka. Passed,
Tbe prices of the books are as follows :
Worcettar'a Primary Spelling Book
Price lu exchange for old books 12 cents.
Price without old booka 17 "
Worceter'a Comprehensive Spelling Book
Prill In exchange for old books Id "
Price without old books '(; "
Also, authorising the beoretary to have two
hundred copies of tbe list printed for tho use of
the Board and teachers.
On motion of Mr. Wilson, It was ordered that
all tbu schools adjourn on Friday, the bth Inst.,
to meet at tbe Institute building for tbe pur,Hse
of receiving Instructions from Prof, Hays lu pen
manship. Mr. Wight, from tbe committee appointed to
examine pupils for the Colombian scholarship,
reported tbatthe committee bad decided to award
the scholarship to KobertC. Harkness, a pupil In
the Male Grammar School, Flrnt district.
On motion of Mr. Holmead, the report waa ac
cepted, aud the Secretary requested to notify Dr.
8111 son.
The Treasurer presented the bill of Jackson
l'umphrey, for i9i); George Courtney, .lit,
Me (Jill & Withe row,,t0.30 ; 8chemerhoro,Baiicroft
4 Co., HV48; Samuel Lewis, l.41;K. C.Johu
sou & Co., 7S.6S; Win. Batlantyne, aV.12. 21 ;
Marks A Btromuerger,V'.tMS. te; .mni tiepub.
Ham, S)7,83 ; Kvtning Star, 29. Sit.
Ou motion, It waa ordered that they be paid,
Mr. Brown moved that the resolution otfere.l
by him at the last meeting he taken up. The res
olution forbid h any teacher to disobey the de
clsloaof a trustee or appeal to auotlmr liuntee
without the kuowledge ot the triuico miking the
uecioiou.
After some debate, ou motion of Mr. Murtagli
It was postponed until the next moetlntr.
The resolution granting a medal io a pupil of
a Secondary school lu tbe becoud district for
vocal laukic, waa not auopieu.
Tbe election of teachers for the ensuing year
was men iiem ;
riKsr tiisTnicT riitsT Ann aicrtim wabim
Malo Grammar H. John Thompsou, U street
north and fourteenth street west
Female Grammar Anule K. Evans, II street
north, between Thirteenth nnd Fourteenth.
Male lutermedlate Amelia M. Kirk, (promoted
from Secondary No. 4, vice Mrs. M Klir.
trausferrnd to Secondary Ko. A, at ber o n re
quest,) Twcutletb street we., bitwueu H and
Pennsylvania avenue.
Female Intermediate Vacant by rlgoatli.n
of Mlsa Lowe. A teacher will bo assigned to tbe
school on Monday by the sub-mwru.
Secondary No. 1 Fauale E. Hoover,
'.anil. a.trast Wataif atll.l StlW Yoflt UVeiiUtJ.
Four-
N..oAn.i.iv Nn. 2 K. V. Keduioud, (promoted
from Primary Ho. 1, vice 11. II. bister, deceased,)
a uii-HAf n.irth a u J i-'iiurteviilli utrm't wet,
Secondary No. S Mary J. Mills, Nineteenth
ir,..t ur.t.t tid lVuunvlvsnU avenue.
Secondary Ko. 4 Letllla B. Allen, vice Mlsa
Kirk, promoted, Tweutleth street west, between
iimn.i in&svlvanla avenue.
Secoudary No. C Mrs. M. E, Uodler. Fourteenth
Itrset west, ueiwcvu vuiv avpnuq aaa v atreet.
rrtmsry Xo. 1 Miss Be rap bin a Brows, Mae
teeath street west and II street borth, "
Primary lto,2-MU Emily Kebtneoa, Viae
teenth street west and Pennsylvania avenue.
Primary No. Vise Amelia B. Hub bard, nine
teenth atreet and Pennsylvania aveane.
Primary Jfo. 4 Miss Oceaaa A. Walker, Fear
teenth atreet west, between I and K streets.
Prlmarr lo. fl Miss Adele TalL Tenth stntit
and Louisiana avenue; 8ab-asslitant,Mlee Kate
a. aiCManoa.
skcojto distxict mian Airn rocaTa waidh.
Mr. Thomas M, Won,Melarata.nr8cho0i,
corner Hew York avenue and Sixth strett,
Mlsa Etltabeih II. Boggs, female Uranamar
School, corner E aod Tenth streets.
Mrs. Emily Myers, Male Intermediate School,
corner New York avanne and Sixth street. Wt
Miss Emily V. Billing, Female Intermediate
School, corner E and Tenth streets.
Mlsa Jane Thomaa, Secondary No 1, eoraer I
and Fifth streeta.
Miss It. F. Ellis, Secondary So.2, corner Loal
elana aveane and Tenth street
Mlse Mary A. Tucker, Secondary No. 3, eoraer
E and Tenth streets,
Miaa Martha V, Fletcher, Secondary No. 4, cor
ner Massachusetts avenue and 1 street.
Miss Maria Morse, Secondary No. 6, eoraer
New York avenue aud Sixth street.
, Not organised, hecondary No, 6, for want of a
Mlsa Julia A. Brown, Primary No. 1, corner
Massachusetts avenue aud I street, vice Mlsa
Gad gin.
Mlsa Maggie K. Planner, Primary No. 3, corner
3fassachu setts avenue and I street.
Vacant. Primary No. 3. corner E and Tenth
afreeta.
Visa Maria Y. Davis. Primary no. 4. Louisiana
avenue and Tenth atreet.
Miss MarvE. Itowe. Primary No. o. corner
Massachusetts avenue and I street, vice Mlsa Da
vail.
Mlsa S. 1. Abel), Primary No. 6, corner E and
Tenth streets.
Vacant, Primary No. 7, Ninth atreet, between
0 and P.
MUs M. Louise Parker, Primary No. 9, Ninth
street, between O and P, (new school.)
Third Distinct Firm aud Sixth
Winn. Composed of the Fifth and Sixth wards'
Male Grammar, Wallach Building, Mr. Wu,
McCathron.
Female Crammer, WalUeli Building, Miss
Ramsey.
Male Intermediate, Wallach Building, Mr.
Chas. Keys, vice Miss Morse.
Female Intermediate, Wallach Building, Miss
Frnncla Elvans,
becondary No. 1, female, Wallach Balldlng,
Mies Addle Thompson, vice Miss Clarke, resigned.
Secondary No. 3, male, Wallach Building, Miss
Helen Williams.
Secondary Ho. S, female, Wallach Building,
MUs Catharine Morphy, vice Miss Kate Sander
oo, resigned.
Secondary No. 4. male, Wallach Building, Mlsa
Lucy Davis, vice Miss Murphy, promoted.
Secondary No, 0. female, Wallach Building,
MUs Lucy Moore.
Secondary No. 0, male, Wallach Building, Mlsa
Josephines. Blld,
becondary No. 7, female, corner Third and A
streets, MUs H. Juhnion
Sccoudsry No. 8, male, corner Th'rd and A
streets, MUa Jennie Kainsey.
Secondary No. B, female, , between Fifth and
Sixth streets, MUs Jane Morse.
Primary No. 1, female, corner Seventh and O
streets, vacant.
Primary No. 2, male, corner Seventh and 0,
MUa Sympbronla Lmby.
Primary No. 3, female, corner Second aud K
streeta, Miss Alberta Bright.
Primary N. 4, male, corner Second aad K
streets, MUs Mary Aukward.
Primary No. o, female, corner Third and D
itrMts- MUa Mirr A. IlllL
rrimary no. o, mate, corner u ana oeventa
streets, MUs AmUtead.
Primary No 7. female, New Jerusalem Church,
MUs E. A. Allen.
Primary No. 8, male, Mission school room, Mlsa
Ell m J. Wheatley.
Sub-Assistant, MUs Alice Martin.
lu this District, Mr. Chase Koys, Is appointed
to tbe Male Intermediate, vice Mlsa Jane Morse,
assigned to Secondary No. .
FOrSTIT DISTniCT MVXXTH WABn.
Male Grammar John . Thompson, Sixth
street, hetwevu D and E.
Female Grammar Mrs. M. A. Amldon. Sixth
street, between D and 8.
iuaio intermeaiaie Aitss ueneva a. neeu, t ir
glnla avenue, between Four-and-a-half and
blxth street.
Female Intermedial MUs Sarah E. EcklotT,
Virginia avenuo and Sixth street, v'ce MUs M.
A. Lee, acting.
Secondary No. 1 Corner of Virginia avenue
and Sixth street, MUs Annie M Adams.
Secondary No. t Bacrment, Seventh atreet
Presbyterian Church, MUs Mary A. Lee, vice
Mrs. BoUeau. P.eslgned.
Secondary No. 3 Mm. Mary E. Martin, Four-and-a-half
treet, between M aud N.
Secondary No. 4 School Square, Mrs. Mary A.
Bowen.
Secondarr No. 3 School Souare.Mlsa Alice E.
Adams, vlco Mlsa EcklotT, promoted.
Secondary No. 0 Behoof Square, Mlsa Hattle J,
Mage.
Secondary No. 7 Twelfth street, near Marr land
avenue, MUs Auulo E. Ilalley.
rruaary no. i .uisa josepnine a. iee, oixm
Presbyterian Church.
iTimary no. Annie an iiorn, oiziu rres
byterlan Church.
Primary No. 3 Emma P. Morse, vice Miss
Adams, promoted, Twelfth street, near Maryland
avenue.
Primary No. 4 Rachel A. Garret, vice MUa
Bally, promoted, I street, between Four-and-a-half
and Sixth streets.
Primary No. a A. Mllhurn, Sixth-street Pres
byterian Church, (new school.)
Primary No. tf J. Pey ton.Prcsbyterlan Church,
(new kchool. )
Sub-AsxUtant Mattle E Grey.
Mr. Tuatlu offered tho following, which waa
adopted:
AY.on-', That this Board baa beard with great
rtM'rnt nt the, dtiih (if Mlai Henrietta 11. Slater.
for Keveral years a faithful and succeaiful teacher
of the becoudary School No. x. First district.
A'urotv.f, That the secretary be requested to
furnish the family of the deceased a copy of the
foregoing resolution.
Aud lue uoaro aajoornea.
J1V TELEGItA,rH,
Gcu. Meade aud Ste.lT at Port Royal.
ISbw York, Aug. 31. The steamship Em
pire City, from Tort Hoyal, on the 28th Inst.,
has arrived.
The stoaraer Quaker City, from New lork,
arrived at Charleston on the 27th Inst., with
her engine partially disabled.
Q en. Meade nnd staff arrived at Port Hoy a I
un the 2Sth lust.
From New Orleans.
New OnLKANU, Aug. 30 The steamer
Andaluslan, Iruui Boston, arri.ed hereto
day. Carl Sohurs has arrived from Vicksburgon
bis inspecting tour. , ,
The steamer IS. E. Tf til was sunk in tho
Yaioo rivor on Saturday night. Tho boat
and cargo wero a total loss.
HuUlde.
IlAniusiU-Ha, Aug. 3U Jacob Lebo com
mltted suicide in PhiJhpsburg. Centre county,
on Tuesday. He had been accused oi robbing
a rtoro on tho night before, and In despera
tion cut his throat. Lebo woswoll known in
Philadelphia some years ago as the keeper of
tho City Hotel, un Chesnut, below Third
street, and latterly as the keeper of an ex
tensive boarding-house at Alexandria, Va.
A sativk of Uurmah gave an address on
tho habits, manners and religion of tho Bur
mese, lu Newport, on Sunday eventuc, Tho
speaker was dressed In his natlvo costume,
ana rcaa ana sung in his own language.
A young man was relieved of $t,000 in
Cincinnati on Wednesday last by a sharp In
valid, who fell In an apparent fit, soon recov
ered, and walked off before the robbery was
discovered.
Guerrillas aro still active on the Missis
sippi. On Saturday night two planters near
Cypress Demi were robbed of I, -100 and $000,
severally, by a party of eight scoundrels, who,
made their escape,

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