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WMAT AdIIel 9 A$AM A iNI
The oiportIsums of the Prre
PemuOle hool tued, JiuM mde. for
the wqu r aedlag 0th of June
prese, skows $*14?4,00 to be
distributed to the several Parishee
of the State for the hret quarter of
the saol year. This gives to the
Tyr, wehich .l aspire ota Marh
1e1, the rsa of W04,l788,00, for
edeestiontl purposes, in tloulsans.
The number of children, of both
trses attediig sehooI le set dow
at 50,11. In the city of New Or
lease, the snmber of ehlldren ie
54,11s. She will receive for each
quarter during the year, 0, 194,19
The Parish of t. La tdry stands,
first I order of importance among
the Parishes, whilst East ltston
Iourp oeuplee the third rank.-
Priendly legislation by the Iet leg
telature, I. the asem of an ihere
ed appropriation this year, over all
preHeeding ysars, minee the ins
g Iration of the Free Public School
system. Oertainly, the ram now
appropriated, Is seblently larIge
to be productive of meoch good, aad
it is for the people to say whether
or not they will sllow it to Ine
aqualdered as heretofore, or prop
ay. applied, We boast of living
is a elvilised, enlightened and
Chrlitia eomemualty, sad with this
Iattering uection, reat cotented ;
bit btet and flgure, show ignor
a**e and credulity-twin sisters
largely on the inease, if not ab.
solately predominating in their in.
Itsem There is evidence abund
ant, In the past few year history
of the State to prove the asertion.
The orgasuatio of the Vigilenoe
Ommuittee out of, as well a Is the
d-y-ad the speotalek new pre
setd in St. Landry, COloaslei
aid Veemtles, show iganorance aod
eersL prdominent. Wei sy igr
eft besase It Is a settled that,
that an edmnated and ltelltigent
people, who usdsretaad their tree
Iiteests in soeity. meat per force,
be orsderle iag, lawaidlg peo
pt. It thL isnot tim t elt of
what Is sadled edesatlos, thes it to
NIo, and ought to be coeemned,
that we may raters to the Oysiat
that does not ted to this result,
Is th easmy of true progress.
tar hbette is , that we ehkold fall
bask h blissI gloranwe, sad e.
Sotrestrpls to the keeping of
priests, and our temIperl sla, to
ge and masters. The shallow
devises of kLa ,easa never lead
hr astray, an eluseted people, who
kaew their tights, and uaderstaad
their ations to other. Yet in
the ee of this argument, we
meet admit tast, awe mae, are the
very owem of ti times And how
is itt Dotleynt grow out of,
and feed pos, the commos iguor
eas whisk thry Io ready pleated
al evr the lad of liherty ? It is
oweva s. desatiou maet have for
Itre end, the lteme d ofthehe bart a
wdilasthehebd. If the head be
elsated at thre eupem of the
heuart, we mst eopot a disased
oomldtioa to fLlow, see a, we
now lad eustig among tme fre
men of th natiOa. Thy can talk
as the mUltl ra ne-mnd write, to
errum the ammoth sheet, and
wht doslt amount to ? Nothing
-It ras not the ul purpose of
th1 eth an sem od thm ma.
We wat a few me in oouncil.
dhk as livld ia the olde4ime!
sink as hdn elijeot i. life and I
aprlaople togevrm the. Now,
reat m go to ad, be(nr, oe
lag to thI mture age of true au
hood. They k ao strength of
metul; evigwr othert,to atead,
ths led i f d a rb Theyk s
eerthIle the , for the thie.
vilhla- - whatsl m pyee hoose 1
to eel it, demademork pattrooa;
Stbhey9mea mt s t tWer Leats.
Ms trise, WhoaiheUld ednestiem
tesht, thetm ft eow as the
ad raple ws each grats prodeae
f i r e itsb own ktidhIat i se
a fit deal better OrL ou r te
aill welb d spiritual wdeltre, br
tb to iay at home sad min4 lr
own balieas., than to netddle with
other peoples affairs. Here we ind
mple room for the enerose of
what should bIe understood by
Itttens-tights lem-oteaey. It would
he deflned by and by, the right
that we bias to maid eur owe bee
inmrr, and leave others to do like
- 4---- -
IPPAI?rltm or Pt.LAn$1tPnIA Mon
none tlft PAI.1t ias.-Y-eseliday
afternoon a crowd assembled at
the depot of the leeding Railroad,
at I)road and Uallowhill streets, for
the purpose of witnessing the de
parture of a large number of Mor
mois for the great haven of Mor
men Braints--alt Lake City, The
emigrants for that distant point
numbered I11 adults, about one
half of whom were females, and
about eighty ehlldred, thirty of
whom were required to pay half
fare, the others leing too small to
deserve the notice of thle ticket
agient. Of the whole number, over
fity were natives of Philadelphia,
hut principally desoendants of ng
lish, Swiss and lfermans and the
remainder, with the exception of
about twenty, that starrived lasnt
week in New York from Rngland,
have been residents of this eity for
some time, and connected with the
t(onference which has its ofcers in
this city. This (,onference embraces
the 1tstae of I'eneylvanla, New
Jersey, and part of conneCtiest,
and connetedt, with It is a saving
fund, where the faithful, who have
an eye on Utah, with a view of
making it their abiding place, de
posit their savings until they so
cumulate a saufcient amount to
take them out, and provide for their
waste until they get into business.
N.Bt few ever go until they have
taken nat themselves a helpmateI
and never more than one, they say,
leaving the question of a second or
third to be decided after their set.
tiement in the new country and
ascertaining their eapabilited of
taking care of a plurality of these
bounehold vonvenise . Most of I
them acknowledge that it was hard
work to take eare of one wife In
their present localit, and naute
the land of the Prop should be
more abundant i the fat things of
this earth, they should be averse
to making any more knots in fly.
men's silken coFd.
The party that left yesterday
wore evidently a hard-working pen
pie, and, judging by appearances,
their lives have not been spent in
the ways of the rich or prosperouse.
The women were evidently more
to be sought after for their power
to hithfully labor is household do
ties. They seemed to be ndifferent
about their departure, and moved
about moeR with the splrit of thoe
who were flly carrying out the
iiuctcleon, "WIv, obey your hee
edn s." But here nd there ould
be me a coenteasue that plainly
indicated that the separation from
friends, oome and a native ity
was painflat, not only to them but
to relatives who had assembled to
bid them a toodadieu. Many tears
were shed, and the parting in some
semes was dietreeing and tearful,
eves to the spectatos, who felt so
prrtlelar interest in the matter.
One mother received a daegrreo
type from a son, who, with he ysog
jfe, wasn about seeking a fortune
n that far distant cooustry, nd a
nther gave the agent moey' to buy
ittle oomforts for a dauolhter,whose
tars and sobs told bhow agoaiag
was tbs partis The men, as a
t*I*ral thlg, dind ot ehibibt musch
.=eling, but acqted and looked u if
their condition conld not be damag-
Seuby a fight to Utah. One man
from Wilmington, Delawa, was
abot leaving, wheu n oscer ar
rtekd him, bhe havi left that otly
aint n ldividul *0I. The
,, were soon notiled of the
act and a few mlaute before the
train left the money wae olleeted,
4d the Wilmington Mormon al
owedtodepartin pelace. The emi-'
grant are auder the special ohrge I
O. J. Mersor, aGeae, and a
residest of this ofity. Hi orders
re supreme, and the emigrnt are
specter d to obe the impllstly.
Ts party are ticketed for r
ss, where sm of them will t
=Te demert D-edidsts
h meet elastics ia PhladslpbIs,
kay. empiqed thre aeinent lrs
I'm, Iawn athelpse pt th.
Thiu Aesme *0s el8e
The wleer tea ~ a -
with sm aw.I heaedes
And walitl tlrog the cri si
The slem. beesne oet.
ee ete betgse pthest 4ell 1
t smm eone me to se
The gtllr of the imtenet im
m4 meoowde , tote cad tae
My b eeetlls itu lrty's prime
And thoue semeae near So me,
Tee, thie whom I hae love s ein,
Whese lightest weed oeld smil
The smile, the blsh to lip sad heek-
0, beet beloved of all,
t Ia no eomnnme lovee that thee
Hold my pt d enh is thrall.
-When momt I seoed to own thy poe,
And seemed t sheI thy nde
oue mover d4emed yen der were
Then ell on earth beside
And ne between evermon,
Despert's darta waets gilde.
'Tie lbter so I The hope deed
That ealled the eneen my nn
Dead as th etlep ad wihiraod lest
That dove the path is blwe-
U let r O hope Osenalegheat I
Thy Iltb sad he ase se I
IMnioTAuAIt at A Sear1r3IPe
Paoess.-There I. a. oid Freseh
esmle plete, of musble. far rejer.
e.atoi hurems M edihe by ieudle
them over. est aud wraImled eid
wee mad wome us pitched late the
hoppe and ease oct a the holom
of the mill b ieesg d ! Nl , asd
redy to bedsit ht a sa A Ferrb
Sesae ared Flersee, a meber of
the sademy, has beeme estheelas
tie ,ver the idea that the ebeet of the
aill he relllsed by a sele tie
p -ee. Paules tepetheo the two
fete that bees are sometimes renew.
ed by stre where their mombse.
lesh ls ie so epped fim that they re
made to Krow lage s those pert e
the body which frelis the most ral
cable beef, ae the l ca ed usp, he
lter, that the body nay he sewed
pim. by pies, bhe. after bse, sed
mesce sher measle, sad as h
t hey_ rsuraw. By this ep.
edI b dily deos, cad Imprn hd
said utll very rerL pr.
le .g Se. Bst as.7I rseem tbsl
4sod c thle epair the lertmasi
seges. A aleseald out eary ei
ht wis h his bid O teteh or
It, Whie aew s wee lael g.
Orres llossems.--t.ov, tlis,
of Milomrl, said Ito hl speech I
Augusta, Oa., on Friday eveag,
that he hoped some plIe weoud be
ad at the Natiwael Descrat.
to dcrveatlo to etnlade at Peder.
al oece holder tr coloshlg
seats in uah eonveatloss la fa.
The Washington States cad U1s.
ion, is a recent loes, says
We hope to see the day whb
oler bolder of every d rtil.
shall be easolded from selttg Is a
NatlonaI oovestlos of hem people,
as the mlishief mskws I sr rah c
ventlone ame generally composed
of this elas of men. The best
plan ih could be latrodeued
into the Demorati platform would
ho their esolaeion from prticlpa
ting In oech a body, ad their cos
dersnation of interImanc by them
in any form with Its proceedinge.
TiU Ks EuyrmSO to OsersI.--The
Hong Kong oerreopondent of the
London Times anconecs the arrl.
-rl, on the 1th of Macrb, of Sir
Hopel Orcat cad sta, from (eskt
ta cad cyto:
PreparlioNs go ou estudlI for
she Northra elpeddiUon. From
Pekin we have merely rmor cor
Armie the kele tht a doletmia.
edr esltraco will be made to the
allied foree.. Tr oo uad .
are b eig coll ted ro the prowI
noes, and the rebels, taking ad
ventae of the oppoa·tly, are
sproeadi g theuoltmo In ailldire
tone.Th heae eeatod the
silk districts, cad Basbgew, ao
lmportast city at tihe soeer.m n
trance of the rand Osal, is ms
aced by them. Eves at Snochow
great feere re etersilasd, ad
shoiuld it be tues, theim trade of
Shanlb i would be entirely de.
tro. Neaw ~uaes, alsbo, large
o f maranders he possme.
ed hmseles of the traselt rotes
to them oetral provinces.
Asonum asa 3memuruwn-Tbe h
um the eois we.. The awe I'
hlendu a sp Ule e(in
rsehel s h the most s k l e
a -leved.r P w*ld71 evt
bhesI b n34ulh~h be~l
he be J
thu1 .1 e k th
#·k, b lrm wrt, iL
W I. this eoeetr, th
ofel.hells. Questlo. sad
ties is Nom.w ad lNeprl.-a fiP 'r'
/wLetters from Jerusaem.Con
am-iR the deeeorantlc of the
UIn of th y Mepulce. The
dum behemISr Id, and the church
I. partally inundadetd with wet.,.
I 'The .JrenI Jur of the IT.
mat"es I)Itrdlt otwt, In .eIemn at
Rave uh, fiend a tre bill te lm
Merttl V. Btreed.7 a S =
Mseet. Mest, t reta.*e 1 rn
e from the luda.
b. The e*1esoai0o ritarri
by proxy between the prince. Y
thilde, Peehieu of Hav r, and the
Onewt of Tresl brother of the list
nf Naple. wili taims plies on the
fiat orf t"w preeent mninth. The
Primper Lou'is William, eldest broth.
er or the illustrlous bride will rep
resrent the Jounst of Traci.
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