The school ceusus for 1890 shows a school popultion of 2,929 in this district between the ages of five and twenty years. A singular fact shown by the census is that the flrst ward has decreased 46 in school population in the past year. The largest increase has been in the sixth ward, 82; rnd the second ward comes next with an increase of 43. The third ward shows an increase of 17, and the fourth of 5. The fifth ward has exactly the same number as last year.. The school population by wards is, flrst ward, 696; second ward, 650; third ward, 544: fourth ward, 454; fifth ward, 247; sixth ward, 438. The largest family of school age is that of D. F. Allmendinger, of the second ward, where there are ten between the ages of five and nineteen. The largest American family does not exceed five, while there are ' many American families which exceed this in numbers.