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UW* ORLEAN8. SUNDAY. JULY 5. 1S .
The Plo-Rio To-day.
To all whom it may concern, greeting:
If you don't want to go youbadlves, send
the young folks, at any rate. We're speak
ingof tire great pie-nio, the pic-nic which
commences at-twelve o'clock to.day,-(Sat
urday,) at the Oakland Course, and of the
MeGlnin line of packets, which goers into
execution, and, to a certain extent, into
liquid-ation, at eleven o'clock, 'peelely,
to-day, commenulng atthe MagnolIs bridge,
Not Don't sacrifice the hopes andjs of
- -ma ws s thetr ii Mlaodwa g,
in foer weekisY st, andtefr t $ ir
letooas for m.ots ta oile * i tlq k
listless isudlfremee or 'of i ,smal ' M
Thos=big t og gltovepp ?esPmgl,
as well as aerm , howk malh etua t is
to go down two feet than up one! That ex
emplary scrub race for mules, wherein the
hindmost wins, to the great edifataion of
those who seek the lowliest places! Those
exciting, manly games! Those-eoollive-oak
shades and cooler fee-emeamat Those floods
of music and oceans of lemonade-and all
for four-bits (to commence with)!
Oh! ye who sneer at Fourth of July
.enthusiasm, whose dusty souls, arid with
the breath of square-block, have forgotten
the dreams of sylvan bowers and the mes.
ories of rustic joys --well, stay away snd
dodge around-the enticing eorneas of St.
Charles street, but, by the. shade of Mrs.
Candle, don't withhold the needful from
those who can still appreciate the beauties
of nature and the freshness of-innocent
gaiety. There will be plenty of room, how
ever, for all.
X1ITORIA -AmD -0= MU
The, new tax on whisky-will be" sixty
Bogus five-cent nickels are abundant in
The hot weather in France has caused
The Jews in Poland bear the proportion t
of one to seven.
The agricultural promises of Ireland th a
season are cheering. - .
The Pripe'.o Wals is to visit the nbosob t
of Ireland in Augaust.
Anr Enn i ah ams herie chu.rn gis
butter in $v e- I... - t. I
Butter.has falle. a little; so poor people '1
can gtesee thelr eapps., - I
AbyssinAn' Naper. has arrived in Raiid. a
Tie is .to have a peerage. - ii
The Democratio majority in Mississippi s
will be twenty thousand. .
A sy ogue, to cost one. million dollars, Iy
is bumlding in New York.
Five thousand German men and women -F
sweep the streets of Paris. L
The sovereign Prince of Liehstenatein F
has disbanded his army of ninety men.
At Largo, Scotlnd, a codfish was lately v
Sca - - in- s-atom ach. . ..-- .- - -
Dr. Lee's successor at -the Edinburgh
University receives a salary of 035,000. ti
The Austrian Archduke Albert opposes al
the Beaust ministry in their sham reforms. *1
The Pope has badas medal struck tocom- l
memorate the discovery of precious mar- 0o
The letter published by Count Chambord, V
eausing so much sensation,.Is pronounced Aa
forgery. . m
The Democrats are oiganising Jackson hi
associtions all over the New Eagland
-Dr. Caimbig admits- Roman Catholides
regia calrer n Sagland. He isc ioing 7'
Ges. we bas been removed-from
an4 IenEu pplaited to, the Pourtlh
Although Coniectient is known for its to
steady habits, still it is about erecting an fc
tebriate sylum. ed
A man named Ben Wade has committed br
suicide in Illinois. The name must have pa
struck a vital part. -
In Victor Emmanuti's "united Italyn dr
deaths from suicides and starvation are sk
frightfully numerous. --
Dr. Thornton, a grandson of ex-Presi
dent Harrison, committed suicide in Cidi wi
cinnatii on the 29th nlt.
The famous wine estate of Chateau La- ho
fitte is to be sold at auction. Itsoestimated o
vsalue is 5,000,000 franc. the
Nearly fifty thousand dollars' worth of H(
gold is annually used in decorating china an
and earthenware in England. - mi
A man in Glasgow, Mo. has invented a
machine which reaps, threses, cleans, and
sacks wheat at one operation.
CGe. Pillow is engaged in8 fve hundred
'thousand dollar law suit. Not a suitablo re
pillow on which to seek repose. on
James McHenry, the great railroad con- ne
tractor, is before the English Bankrupt mc
Court-liabilities, three millions. so
The cables for the new bridge at Ni agar n
Falls--fourteen coils, each coil weighing o
fourteen tons-have been received.
A new locomotive reflector has been in- se
vented, by which the engineer can see per- th(
sons getting off the train in the rear. sir
A poor painter, out of work, recently
applied for the place of a bear which had col
died at the Zoological Gardens. He for- fa
merly acted the bear in pantomine, and the
says he can give satisfaction. ral
Tn. VIcKERS AND PUoCZ.L CorNROVXRvS.
Resi tfully dedicated to all Lovers of
Troth; By Jobe'i B Purcell, Archbishop
of CineiauatL Ciaineiti fi B m Bror.
ad uo rTeleaph,-a-series of papers by the
ch Most Rev. Archbishop of Cincinnate, In
reply to in actack made by , certain Bev.
Thomas Vickers~pn the seedaonof. a ad
f ,,t a a, a m h oling.I r
oe dass hiehhe dliered befe *a magSirn
oe: t the pub i
emfor a epy' the week.
We acknowledge the reeadpt of a espy of
tthe catalogue of this wd qkown edaea
tional establinsmeet for 1 t87-1868.
s Organge, Judd & Co., New York.
This ever welcome montbyas been re
eeived, aowe ath a nc way better evince
b our seaeofitsmeritstiuaniheartily to-recom
She it to our readers, whether engaged in
a large or smabl way in agricultural pr
Asuit. The eltivation of our soil is the only
h sure way of estmring prosperity -to the
SiSouth, ad an eanlightened, experienced
h guide,attu- the adefwed the, is an inval
n able auxiliary in attaina ng this end. This
Snumber is llustrated i y the frest engrav
ngsu-the one on the ting page being " Kerry
SRo IIuTh d AT ST. e bnen SCHOOedLS.
+.:.J.]M .s. DEP'ARTMENT.
These schools under the direction of the t
nSisters of Charity, held their annual exhi- g
S teoon, dJoy 1st, before a. crowded- and a
eainght, he audience. ag ....
A-fer day e ago we recorded the examine
tion 0fea, a e tt of these r
excellence infeorrto none in the ity.a
To-day, 'tie our ple-asuret adid a ke se
laurel to the wreath of supbllOy theat ha l
oni dollaad a htja. eal e sr
signalied these "chools, bai recount
ing' the emelantsuccess -.the
Me lrs. Smh (st. eo St. Joseph's,)
Duncan, e by, ad oglol the aristF
Fathers of the c church; therKelly,
Lasarist of-the C hemidhr Bouligcy;xi
Father Konney, of St. Theres acnraded anhd ji
heehan, of St. Patrick'. The Mot Rev.
Archbishop who was expected, was una- -a
voidablya abent which detracted ota at
little fism the ceremonies.
The halls were agit simple-no decora- a
tions -a neat platform for the w
speaken being tond the ordinary e t
oe-yr day,- 'iouwe except the a
sple d set panh , pro, dly conspicu- e
one, that won t cmedal at c r late th
Fairothem ohadlwork of the pt i
Mlars ofSm th, o (pr Chr St. J osep hso ,)e
F llaether em els of the thee- ie
_his ý t a aimbeau oa .
hoaist ,e oft h emhary d eu gy -
ather e ey of .eres aone d toh r
Sbrelto the futureomesbof St. PJheos eph's
pomw earish. " aaad bea-n a O
ArcWhens who was e d was an
e srl wl iaveredn with great tasted a ae
Tse h cla younwigily wh ose modest grace a
t o nas aceived and happly expre fssed.r
e pieces werthe alisternated withe musi I
udutiatted en- t tg m reat cr da to tl
th themelves and etheir woerher Your- we
orrespondenvt was especially charmed with
the performances of a little girl, nmedP
elena I Roug ola whle sear e" age, ls
n sical talent has been, even atmee
Among the spoken pieces (not havinchg a
programme by our side we can olr-ad re
from memory- ome of the most marked,)e
one was dehrere d with remarkable clear
nees and precision till the close, when tiep
modest speakere overcome wr the gaze of o
so mano beamftg eyhes, f surrenderedesp
nd retIred, leavig hert ad g audience I
ot less impresed by the sucd, ithr of her er
aIdress than her maidenly s modesty. r
A aort piecl, of severals partie, by the
senior pupils, created much amplemente--d p
Thire for its continuance. u ti
A musical piece, called the "Storm," was e
considerably enancedt in its effect, by a e
the skillful per former were most eartistically n
ratting out thunder, away down in t e
,` u o.'%bhi 't! the linas. The,
p i of er app roval.
•ars , is euie i their
ay Is opne lhat ttbe a at anir a
.. he readi. w theesare a
h ,y seera nior p l was I for
very B e, sad th .t u-i»- A the ,
yvao,.s a a c m shar.m.ers,, wlae I ,
. r. om oes acomti e and W -f -
- acould rendSt. er itsa'. The son should d Judithe
aevdence o i e Ience
h mtaste, and skill and reflected hnnoaleredith
of g on his i
A duet on o bytwo ofthe puad lsI
while ast read names of the "Cor
Pet I o t , fet on the innocent
tiey pridem the reverend dispener with
-.liOSra hamcwi beii mueh museent
ie Fat K nd rt etu es thbain
tatl over with e d pleasure, hande
Swreseiv e d s d otiem r her dollS
in'Prown boob,-or i" e ' " , c'as to. n
w of lllfnul choristersa.' li
_ Wheni the emore n were wh closed, t t
ather known that the remuneration fornus their
ethe general tra the times, not g eu
ofat a dressina majoraudience on his blsh- we
SThe reluctant f tiend, Fathesr Kenney;s i
jo ey ra aesting tlein nsot to look" too I
aaae test his moaeera y shouldgils way, U
and teywould ioe alne speech ... "- " t
nvoices wenas charming haracterstic, while
Y Prof. Tom Hofe's accompaniment and di
rection made terecms, the beamsiut, talent '
could render itth The song of "Jundtho
rwas an eidence of considerable experience,
taste,and skill, and reflected unusualcredit
on the young lady performers.
A duet on the piano by two of the pupils
was well exeno ted, and won well merited
The last dispensatisplay of the "Corn
copia." o0flistihction, fell on the innocent
Stinypp as the wtverend dispenser o
.hono hain thehsapine of tasty, dingpreset
f little' dalI'a -TZwhich elicited much amusement
as Fatn he sat doenney amit features beamp-ng
i all over With 'unfeigned pleasure, handed
the little ecipiet ir chkin derirectshed trecas
arean. One I ittl ipn4is a he r .doll
tlth sO7th b ")vIngiit is no
I trlq, asý ' Aie. 'ddled, off
ainThe tinstuloii ii o'oer, music and a
i "e on f e tion. Amonbf severao closed
inhree femt in se. T , indeed, w mas a ner
s of work in oathe g~n ros oiandl
gUpiOf isp ,e in id s anfte na
sw band orkf illfl choristers.
Wheni t.e Patrickewsremarkable -closed,
Father Smithadroitly and enery, theonus d will
of ladressin. Weg sawa beaudience on his blush
ing, reluctant frieicd, Father Kenney; it J
jotill incompelyeteuesting tnifent pitoloo toold
closelyat the orator while eliveri by a young his
address, lest his modesty' should giwe way, Ft
and they would lose aheart, fne speech. ---with
throbbins of just pride in they roeafteroe heanticipation,
er earthlfen l or, enminutes-reviewed in ,
owarm and glowif terms,- the beauty, the .44
utile hoity, the ha produced and to better an
prod by the evidenreward eof her skillful fingers, butnin
the uriold fruits promiseand beto insnocent in store
irtuous hearts, r of She. Joseph,d a shor the a
before the distribution. Slippers worked
fter all kinds of patterns, and with con-l
ith many thanks to the good ister, we
be" h99 eab-q* modest, eamS,
un thws .
tr ls odsand of- non:o s
order o¬ St: 'incept.o Pe Pail The mv.
tathealoses as eloquent. address by con
ga bula ig aJI cpnwpcted with buiaug s
abou tietlfui display of virtue atdi
edaiCa winesaed witra-n h delght, by -
when he sat, down amid murmurs of ap
On leaving, the Sister kindly directed our
attention to the parlor, where tbQ '
paintings, and a i kindsoef needle work
ft d gtsdand ipreedLth mauy re
>de, who have sua hors'Sd ac
apiU~hed wrmsea to lead themtoscAibce,
am- u n e.roadto point out by wad
,_ thea.war to heaven the groa-t
ni mrberioi". - in attendance
Musing the year was Ae hundred. Thus,
* betwee thi ale aad ~ale department,
al thMs' i over a thousaud pupils attending
eiheoli 4-St. Jeeepi&.
We muat-reihtls ty emelude this notice
foi without Ousoeo .on the chief char
t mhris of= exhibitS. and its,. happy
S ..use auml, 4at- eha., ng, subdued. l
.alone a'-it. J. M. ,
AZd cE sEtoI ` liRc.K4Jaat as we
49q to .I reg1 P 1+ao kind blend aent
a ste 0~8 Ie dls qsdlale whicht esatals
a full aecount of the receptltoe t this Most
la e:. Preate. .The eeount in the a oui
Semeevns a Oee o.f tha. comana anda
l. .The Deee~msa i three milee
o ltt.h, sa • eder i, ....e I
a in the Sg oh. sentry ta Mr. . A nder
s's, No. 183 nal street, then we havebeen
Sunfortunate in not having found it. However
Sth may- be, we know it would be diffoult to
it convince us that there is any other saloon
where photographs are more artistically taken,
or better likenesses are produced. There -is
every reason why Anderson should-take ar .
le des photographs, end none why be should not.
1t He has all the latest improvements in his estab
*e liahment, and employs the best -rtiats. Let
those who have ner-r "-t - dereon try him
The great trtting horse ac will ome 4e to-day,
at Oakland Park.
is NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LOUs Ca AW s .W.s
it No. 129 CANAL SEKgrT, NEW OuASs
Sole Agent for the Celebrated
blTEIS~:'.T A sox"s PIA oOS,. '
- DfMASO- , RAMLTS ORGANS.
Both of which boiune have received. rent prizesat the
S. late Paris Exhiblin.
ST a meeting of the ae4 bet over man- d
Dii~dend of IV D per share, n ofti d toa,
a declared, yable 0th Jul nextor.
r r on band. etook of leelad other It
I pitted Planos, 'Which toll be seld at price-tlu u ]
w SOLTU5na BuK,: tt
New Orleans, Jos 7, 1868. T i
At a meeting of the Bme-ef Dtreetore, ths day.- -
Dividend of WFIV DOLLARS per share, freest tax,
was declared, payable 90th July next. -
-jy It JOHN G. DEVERIUx, Cahier. be
DRY GOODS .....................DRY GOOD
FOURTH DISTRICT NEW DRY GOODS STORE.
FastColored CALICOES.......... .
Genuine Luandale COTTON...................- C
44 White MATTING..................
-4 OIL CLOTHS............ ......
Flne Black GRE , (ilk Mixed,). ....... 1e
BI-::~A *-.*......... ...........45 SA
S" B Swim MUStLINS...... ........e
whit J""...... .. "r....... " =' ,
L"" hd White SriUTS, (B lek Beilai,). 2 G0
No deviaties hom the abet, - I have oily sue ptese.
REMEMBER THE NEW BTODL. -
Ne.8 Jackso, creaer sTbsespteaalssus
Jyaif Mt.. t
L AT TWENTY.?IVuAr r
, is ST>IPUD GOLsgAlEg -
Lass A*D can3esaOmJ
SCOTC GIOGItAnB. PLAIN AND C CEzD .
PLAID AtD 1b IPRD MOZAMgtQlts.
FIGURED LOAWNS at............... 1 Cetaes
J. t. BPRASHlXAt O 00,
Jseand -Ie.....31AOAZIE STRET..... R e sad 50
Corer of St. Andrew street.
pHOTOGRAPIls .... .--; -- HO---OGRAP0
1aeJust itted up, with all the improvemests sad app.
anes necessary for his beautiful Art an elegoat fo..
lo- -.;..:.CANAL STREET.............g.s
S . rThree 81atesr nldlnge,)
And is sow prepased toi oute Plain sad Colored Ph- 1
togpl, snd all deacriptina of work known to lhe art,
in a style hitherte ~ealed inL this aosy.
The publeo i4 rpeptfdly ilvarIted to mll and ie oar
sew Stadio, an4l examlne our a~i ie.
As. ANDERSON, wui
Jys It Ne. l Canal oatreet, (Three aZiter Rildesea.)
G-RET EM-PORIUM OF LIoGHT.
No. 15 Danuphln street. near Canal.
The SRPTOLINEAOIL (IGMP4NY armow eIelu nl
h ls non-explolive brning 1il and all lamps md bnr
eo alt fo the try thils oil, which is destlaed to super
BP. R. HOOPER, General Ant.
AUGUSTIL TILEZE-- MAUFAOTJ-E ER AND a
d .eaer inall kind. of FLshlin Articles, Seines of ai
desoriptions, as Nes, DrN e,, rab Nets, Fish
B!pulenvllend csta stresta, New OUrlans.
Dplm--tge highest awardl-.ua for the test Flalg T
Seine. and the other for the et. Cut Net. leSS Ian
M'"IED TEA, (GREEN AND BLACK,) SI 5
int. SI 5per lb., wrranted equal to ny Taaei4
In thi·aityat pmetee twenty-fiev percent. hflger. Ire-e
ria. SIn2l, 6 413-_Snese SI eeper lb.- OeIteigi 1110e
5nest, l perlb. Japand Enghe -rahl, 55,
Sneatl! 5perlb. A ttl of ourTTSS wllauluriyvr;
:o. J.W. PLATT C( -
JeQt in Corner Cam n&P y ~deoa-r~ i P 1'
Grand Catholic Festival and Re.-Uni
h THE S. 1.6PW3l P0Iriso. £fO
ace SATU'RDAY, FOURTH ()1' . liLY,
lag Trir Amlrrnoor oF s7wrAr, JULYS, tap,
,Pn OAKLAND RIDING
o ite wIl py r•glsiy foees ..",;n e
aIn* , to he Gisdd, oee iy ld ii , i l j"
the Festival, tree heat.
TicetsAo at Alem a eiwte t et . Cheir ,ets re
We sam yeses f a ea . . f te
a stu rda •y, biartn. aoSy
T e sme will D e roTe-am, tbytti t hanfeo, i
Irtd bet two t th db t e win. Pris-.A ,aF e ie
alter thin thme Dteemls r entered,-oeadi d
t" Iread, sa n Adll dldere, ge t thw r wi eth dt ea
Sl g ly be entled to run s the eeeesi..
i M'aermstersaL twilt cra mesmert ton the beiew t
mi NUNNIDL RACE,; Mile bestse heat two i three oel,
huies-Zidsg Whips ad spars..
r bee t wbe, -is threse ts win. Peddlie-A bridle.
SRU RC d of one mile, last mle
r If mere inthem ted amty teo radr his own e ti .
o onn e uly divuided, and the winner is each diaenter
. the Idsthbe lted ll be ntlte to run in the Spsee
SRUNOT G RACE ; luorter .) tele " hpe, best two-iL
three to win, Prie-RLing dll end idMedal.
~ SCRU RACK;-fulAes.; dash of one mile, lest mole so
win. No interestcd party to ride his own tese.
- None hut souneabelee-eteni he allewed tobe entered
O I OT RACE; Quarter of a tally. open ts-el--pers
FOOT RACE; Two hundred yi re. for IMvy. Prin.
I, Silver Medal.
SACK RACE; One hundred yards, upl. to all peIons.
HORIZONTAL BALANCE POLE. Varifoun Prire
GREASY POLE. Various Prize-.
GREAS.Y PIG. Catch'er anti Take 'ea,.
.;ICANKD FOOT.IALL MATCH.
SElCO D 0 DAY.
Sunday, July 6.
Tldl'TTIN4 RACE: ; Mlu. to harnes, sil.e BeaLt, boat
e san City and ourth Disetrict.-." -
If more thsn- Siale arse entered- trlte
shall he equally divided, and the wiaerein eoh divehoi
- he the irsat heat only shall be entitled tso wn in the
seaeed. , .
e MULE RACE; hzunnlig uesaor ddle, m4jb1# ae h
two in three towin. Priee---ddlu sed Rdnum
TROTTING RACEI Hack lhries tobeae, mileaisbe
-- . best two n three to win. Pris-A handeime
It mee than three bhMes are eatered, the eaties sha
be equally divided, ad the winner Is each divisiso h
the frs heat only shall be entitled to run i the osesm,
FOOr RACH; Two hundred yards, open tohe l pes
weighing one rewured set-enty.ave-parndi or
over. Prise--ilver Medal.
SFOOT RACE Three bndred yards, open to a pe"era
SACK RACE; Os hundred ysrd, n to eall -
-EORN POLE. Varino, Prisa
GREASY POLE. VariLms Prises
.REASr PIG. Catch *'m TAW T l . ..
...-4RA D POOT.ALL MATOC.
h sa & is but ane ery, me peise wil be ives.
IIs Ir tmaeitu e arsees wilt e riirgIw
are Wedasiay, jeol Oeu.
e Aidetl tar olse. sach evening eat sight ebla
pnetmsy. Atwhia time the lt heat will eave tie
sT E WARDS AsNXD CL .V-T 13, - .
The felowlslag istlmen have bees appeatstd he t ea
Stewd ewnd COms tes dariag t~e oe.l.l:
T epictD Mark-ey. fb .... .
M aeghtoa, D. P.a SesR ,
Thema" O'em. Joebtrs
Joi T.. GObbo. Dn, C ,,,,
J. Clmena, Jgame bze,
wiiam horeidan. Chusetphet Duose,
Job ager, H gieehaslrguese
Willim Yhn. - Jame ODowd.
Tbomas Egan. James MaaKo.
.fohuanomee. Thomas Mackey
Michael Casey. -.
Wiliam Hart. Tbomas Byrme, Thmas Nam..
OMMiTTfiE )N to1UWluh AND AaMUehanm.
J. J. Flnney, J. . O'Dowd,
Wills.m H. lByrne. J. . OGleason
.Jamles Flnney, P. P. Duanmetr.
c4)MMirTg ON BOATS AND TRLANSPORATrolm.
Henry Mcalsnn. John Heirn.,
William Lee. John Ferd
COLLECTORn ON BOATS.
'. D. Garder. P. F~ OIey;-
John HKnnon, PatricLk Bapkt.
GAr KEEPERt AND EOiaca
John Power, Jam effagent
Thomas McArdle. EdwardBSheter.
M. J. Kernaghea. ThbIes Masho,
P. Kane., . ong
James Tiernoy. MI.ohael Pohany,
John Slanott, Jaue Hy
P. A. Plwar, Seertr. e sa