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THE PB0FIC1ENT PUPILS. lie Eoll of Honor of tte City Schools - - for the I ear 1B8Y. The following is a Ut pt the proficient pupil, doting tne past year In these lnstiw- lnstiw- tlOnS I . WABHISGTOH 1 SCHOOL. MnelDal's Department, L B Wilder, Prln- Prln- eiL Delphine Blanco., Joaie DlHard. AtaaiM TlanMaggie -winery. -winery. Alio Curry, Second ClaM-Maria ClaM-Maria ClaM-Maria Thompson, Josephine Dara-m? Dara-m? Dara-m? Georgie Loveiln. Hattie Perrln. JlSaxo, Heloise Fortler, Cora Dt TF.rat Assistant's Department. MUs Louise Lynoo. Teacher Fiwi-CiassAnnnsOtara. Fiwi-CiassAnnnsOtara. Fiwi-CiassAnnnsOtara. KilToodeUer. Corinne Brugler, Belle G.eae. Marie Benestorlf. a0"0; AnJiie Emmer. Mane Stokey. LUzle Branot. Second Class Mary Anern. Leonle Grer, AdSS? Adams, Anieu. JBr MeLaughliu, Agnes salgoon, Amelia VnaerT KYnaTourU Eon. Faust. KaUe Hoto?Ki. fr'lrat AulaUDl'l Department. Mim k. i'rav-doe. i'rav-doe. i'rav-doe. Teathe-lrst Teathe-lrst Teathe-lrst Liaiss-Victorla Liaiss-Victorla Liaiss-Victorla Sey moor, v. Mm Em Skinner. Clara Bchindler, HeSeitl UME". Loehen- Loehen- bRnd Class Margaret McLean, Joae-pKM. Joae-pKM. Joae-pKM. "victoVi.gJurreu..oria Mo vJulia Byan. Josephine Lambert, nd Assistant , Departrueut, Miss H L BroTeaXr-Hennett BroTeaXr-Hennett BroTeaXr-Hennett Johnson, Felicia PimTo. Cecilia Knerr. EmmaBrandt, Emily Vu.lLoi Graf. Louisa Cneobold. Carrie vers. Hattie Gieee, Mary Blaes, Julia Sleek Lelia Conrte, Katie Kengert, Laura MoCoobV?!. MoUie Becxer, Victoria Coepfer, , Bella Clark. Katie Seldeneirieatr. FhUouiena wikoV7a.-ry wikoV7a.-ry wikoV7a.-ry son wart?, Josephine Saucier, Lxne Frtsche. UeUa Lynca. Iojea eeuu-bert. eeuu-bert. eeuu-bert. PaUippme Hellstern, Jaiie Schwartz, Beker K'ftf, inma Seeuiore. Second Assistant's department. Mrs R T Moore. Teaeuer E Muuro. B Meicner. U BengstorlT.itCro.vil,ELaroee, M CJaocy, M Borcber. A Mi.ier, A scuiudler, M E F srreil, N Broosard, M Serrano. I rate. B Hussauop, O Xaoniaan, A MeUratu, L Keller, Bobne, X Caagnsrd, A Laporte, K. Bussell.L Monro, MDarsaiu. AtBicsnaauu, AMlohel. Third Astlatanf Department. Miss P CucoUu-Teacner CucoUu-Teacner CucoUu-Teacner Firbt Class Ksther Lani-partr. Lani-partr. Lani-partr. Louisa OalmaDn, Bessia Norman, beelree Lanibert. Amelia fecuott, Capitola BAgeon, Boee Lester. Second Class Louisa Armbruster, Hattle Bu;qaet, Louisa Barrow. Augusta La sob, Netus Green, Liilie Heilerbach, Lizzie tfeuks, Anna Bent. Joeepniee Scbubtut, Matiiilda toteinleld, Louisa bcnol, LUlle iupre. Loulea Kaotmauo, Florence Clanoey. Tbtrd Aaalatant'a Department, Mies Mary V Clarke, Teacher 'lret Ciatie i-thal i-thal i-thal HUiard, asaaiieCaratei'e. LuuUa Uelntzeloian, Vio-torUXbiory, Vio-torUXbiory, Vio-torUXbiory, Mary Mioter, Mary Freto, Jo-nepalneKiub, Jo-nepalneKiub, Jo-nepalneKiub, JouanuiaZiminer.JuJia Ferry, Coarlotvo Jeuks. , . Second Class Madeline Bmitb, Eugene Ar-net, Ar-net, Ar-net, IdaDiemai, Alvina Lammers, Mry Ann Kolg, JohanDia Bickerte, Koja Gianger, Ceeiiy Carey. Tabianey. Tnira AMlsiant'a jjeyartmenc. Miss EP Brandao, Teaoner Firs Class Laura Fu-ton, Fu-ton, Fu-ton, Josephine Hester, Louisa Uletoer, Mary WaUgny. Clara Balz, Margaret lleUsteiu, Lizzie Farrel. Florence Wuccheu. Lena Heine, OctarU Peters. EllaMcGiU, Aaexe Dutrueb, Laura Huskainp. Lulu wnite. Becond Class Louica iieadion, Alpertise Eaueier, Jane Bonuemazon, Carollue Freso, Wllbeliua Frell. Elvtua Johnson. Lena Balz, Annie Hippler, Isabel Boas, Kale Smlib, Louisa Xalazae, Annie Wagner, MaxceUa Bose. Donna Smith. Xalrd Assistant's Department. Miss Amy F Howley,Xf acaer First Claes Annie Bier-borss. Bier-borss. Bier-borss. MaryDinkgrave, Kits Esdorn, Loaise Faibrre, Katie Cassyn, Lou Miester, Berue Collein, Mathllde Carou, Adele Dreux. Beooud Class Lidaa Duplaln, Lottie Lash-ley. Lash-ley. Lash-ley. Sophie Hilliard. Jessie Cooper. Agnes Fiynn, Amelia acberr, Florence Williams. Xxiuise Suezsneaa, Olivia Ericksou. Matoiide Lambert, Angelina Buxkuardu Mary Graff.. Ida Wauing. - . . Third CUas Bertba Eatton. Bertha Die-maL. Die-maL. Die-maL. Sophie Truster, Johanna Xhompson, Edna Zermena, Georgia Smith , LUlle Goller, Mary MUier, LiiUe White, Harries Monto, AaMUfl.Baouer, Margie Johnson. . JTSKTBOTS' SCHOOL. PTiaolpal's ' Department, A P Williams, Teacher Louis A Cray ton.' John A Franeis-oo. Franeis-oo. Franeis-oo. Octave F Williams, Hillery H Do wnee, John P McCarthy, Mod ire Till e J Glover. Da-Tid Da-Tid Da-Tid M Grey. Kulus B Jones, John B Galr. William P Brown, Leonard J Dowden.Jas W MeMeal, WlUlam A Hamilton, Andrew J Delue, Harry T Strode. Wm L Bondez, Ed J MitehelL Walter J Chapman, Charles W Dowden, James Dale. Thomas Smith, John "Deris, Edgar Tomer, George Chapsaan, John Smith. First Assistant's Department. Miss R C Campanel, Teacher Louis Buchanan, Wen-deli Wen-deli Wen-deli P MeXeal, Actoloe Bogers, Stephen Barrel), Louis Laneaux, Samuel Miller, Joseph Joseph Williams, Charles Puokett, Joseph Sylvester, Sylvester, Eugene W 11 lama. Seoond Assistant's Department, air Alfred J Lopes. Teacher Frederic KeeXe, George S Hale, Mathlaa West. William Bebertaon, Harvey Hamilton, David Gordon, Frank Groves. i M James T Cottrell. Teacher Jesse Ham- Ham- mitt, Jackson Jones, Willie Taylor, Sidney Handy, Walter Gray, Charles lrrisg,George Jones, James Alien. XT&K eiXXS 6CHOOL. I-' I-' I-' Principal's Department, Mrs 8 F Williams, Teacher Alice it Moore, Elizabeth Mar shall. Cortnna B Marshall. Bertha M Ed-wards. Ed-wards. Ed-wards. Koa aline Jackson, Charlotte B. Bose. Harriet Moneriei, Celina M Beears,Korma J Flanchard, Stella Robinson, Ida Cleggett, Louisa su'lth, Victoria Elexsoie, Clementine Helen K Jehason, Emma M Wnite, Theresa . E Smith, barau G Moore. Eugenie st Leger, Maggie Mitchell, Henrietta Alexander, Caroline Caroline Bookier, Maria Handy, Louisa Antolne, ane wuuams, aoa usrru, jriorexia jonn son. Katie Johnson. - First Assistant's Department, Mrs E P McCarthy, Teacher Ceiesiine St Martin, Ester Palmer, Aarlne Jones, Carrie Williams, Williams, Emma Howard, Lelia Ginn, Mary Daley, Josephine Rollins. Mise U A Jones, Teacher Minnie Rlcbard- Rlcbard- lou, Irene Riavas, Louisa Esteve, Estelle Wellington. Rebecca West, Virginia Colons, Nellie etewart, Clara Harris. Miss S B Alien. Xeacoer Martha Blek-nsm, Blek-nsm, Blek-nsm, Vioiona Allan. Leon a Deue. Dora ' Huuter, Josepuiue Barrett. Annie Step- Step- toe, joiiacuieman, joua Lis ton. Mrs R O- O- Edmunds, Teacher Elenora Banks, Luellie Bruneau, Bailie St Leger, faarah Brown, Maud Joues. Conone Dixon. Miss E B Eagieeun, Teacher Liiile Buok- Buok- ler. urra i-eruanaes, i-eruanaes, i-eruanaes, Eaiaiise Dumiuey. Ke-beeea Ke-beeea Ke-beeea Cbaille, Adar Bruneau, Valentine Briscoe. . - - KOBBSTSOIT SCHOOI.' ' Principal's Department, A Clem Williams. Teach r Edmund Kasuier, Gabriel Bernard, Bernard, Sidney Bartnelemy, Thomas Johnson, Albert-Dowden, Albert-Dowden, Albert-Dowden, Maurice Harris, Henry Taylor, Taylor, Ernest JTranoea. Miss M Campanel, Teacher Annie Gamble, Gamble, Alioe Alls, Jennie Clark, August Ringe, Antoinette r'ageanx, Olivia Llnasey. . "-alias "-alias "-alias E B Williams, Teacher Weiidell Dee- Dee- dunes, Luolen Hicks, Tbaddeus Wooden, Ernest Alix, Willie Stewart, Wesley Walker, Victor Cnerrl. M'DOKOOH HO. IX , Principal's Department, John A Cheevers, Teacner Nathaniel Cooke, Edward Hogan, Otto Braun, Jonn Dubolen. Adolph Bnlet, Joseph Chiappelia. Charles Xrouliiy. Cnas Belnhart. Kionard Coreorao, Wm. Boune, Harry M anion, Louis Bukee, Antony Hell leers, F B Sellers, James McCarthy. Willie Quinn, John Slvsgo, Morris Levy. First Assistant's Department. Mrs Annie Macaen. Teacher Aluert Arnold, William Kennedy, Arthur Leopold, Anthony Eiser-lon. Eiser-lon. Eiser-lon. Thomas Clark. Joseph Smytn, eelby Renshaw, Henry Aeker, Joeepn Baltar, , Isaao Berustein, August BetCkUS, Lacy ' Favre, Edward Bentou, Charles McGrane, - Johu Kennedy, William Hauaxy, Leon Ja-- Ja-- Ja-- coos, tficholee Lamantla, Samuel Btlerley, Frank Smith, Thomas Ryder, Vincent Anto-lovieh, Anto-lovieh, Anto-lovieh, First Assistant's Department, Miss I B . Grant, Teacher James Azoona, Frank Wilson, Wilson, Alfred Frellsen, Chas Wade; Seymour Greaham, Chas Woods, Peter Dew a, Jehu Moock, Wu Lamb, Wm H Moon, Jacob Greizoer, Samuel Flynne,Panl Spano, Geo Bowsky, Chaa Hesiln, George Petron, Edward Edward O'Hara. David Bear, Clarence Kseung. fceoona Assistant's Department, Miss A Sinclair, Teacher Jacob Abramson, John Weaver, Walter Miller, Peter iSeltz. Pascal Patannl, Meyer Prince, Willie Manlen, Peter Latterade, Frank Walie. Kenneth Gillie, WlUlo Meyer. Aueust Kroll, John Clarke. Willie' Tarner, Frank Broasart, Charlie Boyd. Urban Pefferee, John Clifford. John baueraaann, Charlie Englehorn, Leon Pradee. Seeond Assistant's Department, Miss M. Mulvey, Teacher Ernest Satterley, Leon Goldman, Willie Bernhardt. Harry Bplndler, Joe Maragas, Miguel Appolonla, David Rosenthal. Rosenthal. John Kerns, Joseph Davignon, J allies Rogers, Willie Lyna, Theodore Bernhardt, Bernhardt, Albert S pence, Frank Cox, Irving .tippling, .tippling, Gorman Burke. - Second Assistant's Department, Hiss M K Useable it. Teacher Frank Braun, Charles bchlrm, Jacob Meyer, Charles Dahlstrom, Edwin Post, Frank Willson, Ferdinand Sala-inon, Sala-inon, Sala-inon, Paul Domes, Willie BiguniBd. Leon Prince, Martin Vlgne, John Smyth, Alfred Smith. Seeond Assistant's Department, A L Miller, Miller, Teacher William Ryan, Edward Boett-ner. Boett-ner. Boett-ner. Joseph Peters, John Benton, Edward Bobne, Joseph Fry, Frank Mayer, Joseph McCulioon, Loois Loderbsch, Davia Lmler-bsch. Lmler-bsch. Lmler-bsch. Joseph Ryan, Adolph Davidson, Jos Keller, Charles 2'orel.- 2'orel.- - Ihird Assistant's Detsrtment. &Iiaa Ada Jen Us, Teacher Morgan. Januy GeorgJ T. -r.r -r.r UIMI. VikM. TheddOK HonMOD, Wiilte Veiaar, Euiiie Ctiapills SiuSleton Cook. Aiwl Bees. Fped Gresiiaber. John Mo-Dermott. Mo-Dermott. Mo-Dermott. Hrry isru.loluK. Laurance H oodi. Kobert, Ticker. Willie . - Felix Maitre, Cecar Mothe. RddleAeoeL Toird. Aaalstanfs Departmeut. Mass Marion Marion E Hewitt, Teaener cnarlea Laughoir. Francis Koveh, Robert Seibrecht. eUx Weldner. Robert carry, umeuy Waller Grimo, LouU Peters. John Kelly, or n u.'u ii ration, (leant elscn. Hermann Kohn, Henry Beiurecht, Alvlu Ho-looy. Ho-looy. Ho-looy. Eddy Feny. , Third Asliant's Department, Miss M Mc- Mc- Etngott, Teacner Auguss rm, Feurth. Theoaoie Mayes. Walter Donellon, i uu r. t, Mmian. i.uke Ferris. James Cobb, Willie Cotier, Eddie Boger. Gussle Roseu- Roseu- berg. WiUie epc-mkamp, epc-mkamp, epc-mkamp, jaaie mnji t u'xii. Jonn fietl'ker. Melville Cohen. syaney Kegan, Willie Curiey, John Mocklin. Aaron JOOes, joaa opauu, jbuu -"""" -"""" lMBDie Mwpur, Loau Waeebter. Jacob Msyers. Josepu Scalloo, Cliariey Scanno, limnr fvt. Joe LeTt. Willie O'DonnelL Thomas Carroll, Gabriel Bowsky, Eddie To- To- matit, Willie ChrUtlu. JJominique larramo, Manuel Ferrer, James Staats, Theodore Oolte. Jacob Schwab. Third Assistant's Department. Miss si L Barrett. Teaeher Eugene Lahanier, Willie Secber, Albert Bealer, Harry Kaln, Joseph Barke, Emile Mlddenaorf, Maro Msndot, Frank Troumau, Bulla Riohards, Sammy Koeenberg. Henry Gelpi. Eddy Brugnien. Freddy Bermess, -Willie -Willie Berses, John II Rung, Harry Trottman, Willie Hoefer. Third Assistant's Department Miss May Clack, readier smrgeous Adams, Ray au-Gloio. au-Gloio. au-Gloio. Fred- Fred- Altzan. Eastman Koeeuberg, John Btubblefleid, Jules Solomau. Jimmy Ksne, James Taney, John Coop, Atoerc Fisher. Girard Barr, Peter Iu.za, Paul Kiodsley, Charlie Zeer, Frank Weber, John Grimn. alelse Steges, Robert Clark, Henry Cook. Lee Eneleuorn. Will Berenanom, Jacob Bretts. Cnarles Lawson, Kick etine- etine- oaurr, Robert Hery. John Cooney.Louis eat-eer, eat-eer, eat-eer, Wuiie Patiersun, Geo Patterson, John Holdsworth. . Tmrd Assistant's DeDartment. IMiss Em ma R Llojo. Teaener Thomas Vizsrd, John Bertnold, Andoefae Derbois, Leon Jauin, Cammlie Lahamer. Charlie Flynce, Louie Braauet. George Klostennen, Andrew wit- wit- son, Solomon Beck, Willie Kune, Albert Wertaelmer, Joan cioaa. lserinoia Deoei, Andrew Miller, John Lucas, Harry A p pollen. Joseph Pelietiez, Willie Billet, J as Walsh. Bmlth ha rammil llJklrAr. At Kl.t UtffllKlnA street, makes Scotch short-bread short-bread short-bread a specially, and he has also the reputation of making the best fruit and pound cakes for the least money in this city. Tteliirhtrul Chriatmaa srift a box of Col- Col- gan's Taffy Tola. THE COURTS. Civil District Co art. SUCCESSIONS. Tba auneessions of William Leon Ham mond and Mrs. Widow Louise Herio were opened yesterday. . ; EMANCIPATION. Louis A. Collier has asked to be emanci pated. new buna. Ed A J as. O'Rouke vs. J. A. Sturtevant. Suit for $140 on a note and protest. F. D. B-cker B-cker B-cker vs. Henry Eusminger. suit for fl06 37 on open aeoouot. J. Cauillon vs. Francois Clos. Suit for $2S4 85 and prayer for attachment. Ed J as. J iionKe vs. james Y uou au Louis C Jacob. Suit for 1270 60 on open account. First Recorder's Court. - THon. K. C. Cavey presiding-1 presiding-1 presiding-1 Bernard Joseon and Henry Jewell, for car rying ooneealed weapons. vre sent before tne eriiulnal district court under 1260 bonds "'fb. Hildreth, charged with assault with a danserous weapon, was sent before the criminal court, bonds f'iM). George West, charged with being drank, fighting and disturbing the peace, was fined $-20 $-20 $-20 or 30 days. .bdward Arener, cnargeu iui Tagraucy, was fined J0 or 30 days. - Albert White and James Walsh, charged with fighting and disturbing the peace, were need aio or ao nays. Benjamin Forrest, lor carrying concealed waanons. was sent neiore me criminal (.latrict court under C250 bonds. He and Tom Woods were also charged with disturbing the peaoe, and were lined $10 or 30 days each. W. P. Bates, charged with obtaining money by false pretenses, was placed under 1000 bonds to appear.. Joan Lark in, charged with shooting and wounding, was placed under looo bonds to appear. Charles SnauKbnessy. eberred with shoot ing and dangerously wounding, was placed uuder saaoo bonds. Henry P." Smb. charged with assaulting and wounding Mice Dunn, was placed under tooo bonds to appear. Henry Wenger, Jr., and T. C. Pritcnard, eharged with assault and battery, were placed under 1250 bonds each to appear. Seeond Recorder's Court.' rHon-L. rHon-L. rHon-L. Andre Burthe presiding. Mai v Smith, alias Emma Smith, for steal ing three blaukets from 111 Duphioe street. Frank Williams xor Dealing ueorge uecuir and his wife, Francis Josepn for stealing ten pairs of socks from Mrs. B. Maouso'n stand lu the Bhikapeare market, were placed under appearance bonds. H. C Seberin, arrested on a charge of breaking Into Henry Lawrence's house In the night time, with a felonious intent, was dlBchars-ed. dlBchars-ed. dlBchars-ed. ' He is insane. Mike Maloney was fined t20 or 30 days for fighting and disturbing the peace at the Soldiers' Soldiers' Home. John Brennan, a suspicious character, was fined 120 or 80 days. Johu Provenzano. charged with beine ac cessory to the shootine at Francis Dodee. t 12 o'clock yesterday forenoon, on Bayou road, between Rampart and St. Claude streets; Thomas Mauey, for assaulting Louis Brntin wth a pistol on Franklin, near Customhouse Customhouse street, and W. II. Boley. for entering entering Louis Bass's residence, No. 359 Decatur street, last Sunday afternoon with felonious intent, were placed under $500 bonds each. Tneodore Perez, for beating Stella Lawrence, Lawrence, and Theophile La Croix, lor beating Melia Williams, were plaoed nnder appearance appearance bonds. La Croix was also sent before the criminal court under 1250 bonds Xor carrying carrying a eoneealed weapon. Mareelln Augnstin. a juvenile vagrant, was committed to the house of reiuge for so days. James Cain, charged with entering Louis Mitchell's house with felonious intent, was discharged. He was on a Cnristmas drunx and proved an excellent character. Joseph Rosas, arrested for beating John Wick, was discharged, bnt was fined 920 or 30 days for fighting. P. VaUon, charged with beating Valley Rohr. was discharged, but was fined $10 or 20 days for ueing druuk, disturbing the peace and resisting arrest. George Roberts, alias Washington, lor va-granoy va-granoy va-granoy was fined $20 or 30 days. fiAUTICAL SPIES. . Tne Steamship Ked Sea SHssiog. Some anxiety has been felt for several days In regard to the British steamship Red Sea. Captain C Baker, which cleared from this pert on Nov. 21, and sailed on the folio wlLg dsy for Liverpool, with a cargo of 7865 bales of cotton, 20,000 bushels of corn in bulk. 2730 sacks of oil cake and 22,800 pieces of staves. tin tidings have been received of her sinoA she went to sea. The Red Sea was one of the largest carriers ttiat came to this port. She was built at Newcastle, England, in l82, and owned by Ellis & Co., of Liverpool. Her hull is built of Iron, also had iron decks. She registered 3J83 tons gros, 2166 Bet; her length was 378 feet 8 inches, breadth 40 feet 3 inches, deptn of hold 27 leet 3 inehes, and rated Al. Her cargo is valued at about $425,000, and is insured insured in foreign and home companies. Her commander. Captain Baker, Is spoken of In the highest terms as a seaman, and if her machinery became disabled she would no doubt endeavor to reach Nassau. .Vessels recently arriving in New York from Liverpool Liverpool report having experienced very heavy weather. - . ' The EI Paso from New York. The Morgan Line steamship 1 Paso, Can-tain Can-tain Can-tain H.S. Quick, from New York with a general general cargo, consigned to the Southern Paciflo Company, has arrived in port. She reports having sailed at 8 p. is. on the 20th Inst., and had east-soutneast, east-soutneast, east-soutneast, south and northwest winds with squally weather to Cape Hat-teras, Hat-teras, Hat-teras, thence west, northwest, northeast, southeast and southerly winds witn squally weather to Tortugas, followed by ueavy northwest and northerly gales and high seas to the passes, crossing the bar a 130 . m. and arrived at her wharf at 9:30 a. m. yesterday. On the 25th Inst., at 9 a. m., met the steamship Exceialor, hence lor New York. The Australia from Genoa. The British steamship Australia, 1453 tons, Captain Alex McRitchie, from Genoa Nov. 16 via Port Llmon. eonglgned to G. Vaugban & Co.. has arrived at post 47. Fourth district. She reports that from 'Gibraltar to Gnada- Gnada- laaTM,h hail nnurtll w,xA w ' ..CMBUa OTllU uciTT ,rou a.ltl 1. and An u.. r m. D..Auai uuai 1 UIB Xj- Xj- uifu uu uo ,uik aw moaerate weather uuui iiaaaiug vapo adwdio, wnen ens en- en- u7 ,fik ,crr intr to c nrl h wit n a ti.utv hitrh u. . a.- a.- -4 -4 wmt vvuuuu lng to the passes. Dr. Ball's Cough Byrnpisthe most popular because It is the best and cbeapeaf. 24 cents. 3 S i 9 ST p. to for upper steamer p. be p. the for the master, today for 'l 6808 to had of to evening iu Ma reply, gilt. to - ' of ,

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