th School, took place there on Tuesday night, and were very interesting.
After a prayer by Rev. Dr. Doggett, the exercises of the children commenced with an opening address by Master Edward Lockwood, which was followed by a "salutatory" by Miss Fannie Evans. Five little boys — Masters Lockwood, Riddick, Richardson, and John and Andrew Wood — then spoke an amusing dialogue, which was followed by other dialogues by little boys and girls. "Rock Me to Sleep, Mother," was very sweetly sung by the Mllent style, the States being represented by these little girls.
South Carolina, Miss Wood; Alabama, Miss Odell; Mississippi, Miss Walsh; Georgia, Miss Riddick, Florida, Miss Duncan, (the smallest of the band;) Texas Miss Bransford, Louisiana, Miss Evans; Virginia, Miss Robbins; North Carolina, Miss Lambert, Tennessee, Miss Phillips, and Arkansas, Miss Arsell, gracefully carrying a backwoods rifles.
Missouri and Kentucky, wounded and weary, were represented by Misses Geff and Wilkinson. --A la