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Morning Star and Catholic Wessenger.
NEW ORLAoB.A, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1567.
BOMETHING TO DO.
"something to do-s-methlng to do I"
The chorus is ringing the whole country th rough.
"I cannot do that !" and "' I will not do this I"
I, for one, my peor bysl, do not wonder on miss I
"Nothing to do-nothing to do I"
0, little boy, but I weould't be you !
But it's all In yourself, it's all in yourself.
And it's only because you're a lazy young elf I
Neow first from the spot where you're lying and ya wn
Compinlungand grumbling this fineplesat morning,
Look just two yards round you, and do ,shat you can
That'eJut what yeutll have to do when you're a man i
There's a pn to pick up. and a shoe-string to tie.
Who shall stoop for that peontl I Ssh you or shall I I
You may the point's broken.-then make it another,
It will please sister Jane, or be uEeful to mother.
B the way. I remember you sald you would draw
Thet crious creature you caught by the claw.
" Bo I wlll; but remember deor cousin, that you
Promised, when I drew, you would draw too.
Or if you're too bury at working today,.
That creature and others I think I can sketch.
There are many I wat, so myi paper I'll fetch."
"The dinner-bell ringing the dinner-bell ran g.
Juslt as lm rapoing my woodpeker's tongue i
Hs the dinnerbell rung! O, it canuuot bha tr use,
?or an hour at least, for l've e r m uch to do ;"
THE TOInN CLiITAIN.
A striking example of the truth that a
kind action is never thrown away, is illus
trated by the following story from the His- t
tory of England.
The date was that of the civil war between
the Parliament and King Charles I. The
two parties had taken up arms and were vig- C
orously carrying on the conflict. The king's
army had been defeated several times, and
those of his adherants~taken with arms in
their hards were led before judges, appoin- b
ted by Cromwell in every town, to be con- t
demned as rebels.
Sir Nicholas Newcastle was one of those
judges. He was a man of austere manner, C
but without fanaticism; his devotion to tile
new government was well known, and h
Cromwell htad a special esteem for him. Hisa
weakly constitution did not allow him to I
serve in arms for the causo rwhici lie tlhonghit
the just one, but he was looked upon as tl T
most active and able, as well as the molt i
rigorously just magistrate in his conuty. t
One evening Sir Nicholas was at supper t
with his family and a few of hiis friends, i
when a band of soldiers e:rived with a roy
alist prisoner, whom they had just cue
ceeded in capturing. It was an oflicer
who, after the ront of Charles' army, I:al
been vainly trying to reach the cuoat, and f
there find means of escaping to France. .
Sir Nicholas ordered his hands to bt un
bound, and another table to be plct'ed near
the fireplace. ,
"It is my birthday," said he, " and I
wish to finish merrily the supper which I
have begun. Give refreshments to this ca
valier and his guards. At present I would s
only be his host; in an hour I will act as
The soldiers thanked him and sat down p
at thetable near their prisoner,iwho did not F
appear to be much affected by his position, ex
and fell to on the provisions set before him
with as good an appetite as any of them.
Sir Nicholas returned to his place at the ml
head of the large table, and resumed the
conversation that had been interrupted by a
the arrival of the soldiers.
" Well, I was telling you." he continued, fer
"that at the age of fifteen, I was still so
weak and puny, that every one scorned my pia
feebleness, and took advantage of it to ill
use me. First I had to endure the bad
treatment of a step mother, then that of my ac
schoolfellows. Courage in boys is only the lest
conseiousness of strength. My weakness rea
made me a coward, and, far from hardening d.;r
me, the roughness and harshness to which I hot
was exposed mademre only mere shrinking,
and more sensitive to pain. I lived in a
continual state of fear. but above all I feared
the master's cane. Twice I had suffered Sili
this cruel punishment, and I had preserved sa
such an acute remembrance of the pain that leg
the very thought of a third infliction made imi
me tremble all over. Th
" I was at Westniinster School, as I have by
already told you. The forms were taught leg
in a large room togett:er, and were separa Cot
ted one from anothi r by a curtain, which the
we were expressly forbidden to touch. One the
summer day, drowsiness had overcome me
for a moment in the middle of a Greek leh wd
son ; then a slight noise started me o,ii of ci
my nap, I only saved niestell from falling atd
off my seat by catching at the curtai, an
which was close beside tInc. It gave way
at my grasp, and, to my hot ror, I saw that I
had made in it a tear big enolugh to see the te
next class through. The two masters turn
ed round at the, noise, and at once perceived
the damage that had been dlone. The blamen
appeared to lie between e and the boy c
next the curtain on the other side ; but my i
confusion soon pointed rne out as the Coll- Pr
prit, and my master angrily tordered lme to
come and have a dozen blows of the cane. M
Igot up staggering like a drunken ani; I Itra
tried to speak, to ask pardon, but fear had tert
glued my tongue to my moulh ; my knees t!, t
trembled under me; a clId perspiration or I
broke out on my face. Thi instrument of , ..,
punishment was already rait"..." -., me, pout
when I heard omne ono say,- ]ient
"'Do not punish him. It was my fault!' santl
" It was the boy on the other side of the atd
curtain. He was at once called forward, twa.
and received the dozen blowe. My first
impulse was to prevent this unjust punish- ,
ment by confessing the truth; but I could shift
not sumnimon up courage, and when the the I
first blow had been given, I was ashamed after
to speak. whic
" When the flogging was over, the boy ed
passed near me withl bleeding hands, and i W
whispered to me with a smile that I shall man
never forget all my life,- the 1
"' Do not meddle with the curtain again,
youngster. Thocaue hurts.'
"I sank down in a fit of sobbing, and i
they had to send me out of the room.
" Since that day I have been disgusted b c
with my cowardice, and ,have done all I birtt
could to overcome it. I hope I have not been
altogether unsuccessful." pass
"And doyou know thisgenerous fellow)" o
asked one of his guests. " Have you ever T
seen him again 7"
"Never, unfortunately. He was not in the
my form, and left the school soon after- pear
wards. Ahb! God knows that I have often cert
wished to meet with the gallant fellow who eee
suffered so much for me, and that I would fel
give years of my life to be able to shake
hands with him at my table." cao
At that moment a glass was held out A
towards Sir Nicholas, who lifted his eyes was
in great astonishment. It was the royal- coop
ist prisoner, who laughingly proposed a "Dc
"To the memory of the torn curtain at " Ca
Westminster I But upon my word, Sir alw
iger, Nicholas," he said, " your recollection is
not so accurate as mine. It was not twelve
i517. blows that I received, but twice twelve,
- for having exposed another to punish- yo
ment, and not at once declaring myself to cl
"You are right ; now I remember ! but in
what a si tnation ! in what a service !"exclai- at
med the judge. te
' In the service of my king, Sir Nicholas. to
I was not going to be the first of my family w1
who had played the traitor. My father has T
already died in arms, and I expect no bet- of
wa- ter fate. Never mind ; I only ask one thing; a
God save the king!" th
Wins With these words the royalist returned ed
to his place among the soldiers and con- qu
tinned his repast be
i , Sir Nicholas sat silent and thoughtful. Fe
That very night, after having given orders an
that the prisoner was to be well treated, ei
he left home without saying where he was an
going, and was absent for three days. ei
On the fourth day be arrived and ordered the
the royalist officer to be brought before sta
"Are you going to settle my affair at cut
length t" asked he, coolly. " It is time to pu,
do so, were it only for humanity's sake. str
They treat me so well at your house, Sir no
Nicholas, that before long I shall come to rat
wish to retain my life." by
" My friend," said the judge with a grave ma
a face, but in a voice trembling with emotion, Fo:
" twenty years ago, you said to me, ' Do his
not meddle with the curtain, youngster, for gre
Sthe cane hurts!' Here is your pardon, leg
signed by the Lord Protector; but in my Tly
ehe turn I say to you, ' D not take up arms act
against the Parliament, for Cromwell is see
g- not easy to deal with." dru
id BILLIARDS IN FRAwcE.-Billiards forms and
n- emphatically the national game of France. the,
n- Nearly every male citizen, from the prince voil
r to the chiffonier, knows how to play an car
ordinary game. Good players are always aPp
'je to be seen in Paris at the Grand Cafe, the wh
r, CafeMolbonse, and the Cafe Mangin. The nev
teproprietor of this last. wio i-i one of the
ris best players in Paris, has lately publisheri A
to ajbook on billiards, which forms an excel- 5:sr
tt lent ulrrlnriOal for begilnir'crs, ai:! ieven l xper- wtas
it need I'lr -era ntight tudry I wit, profit. but
iei Tnie is casrcely'- a villaga t'i lIrat:ce that acre
I hs rlint its " crick Olivtyers " oil wLo i the
t.iwn relies to slllporc its dignit.y •;lainst all
Inuw-cotert wi ., liniy ch el.ic ti play. 11f
si, s !rt-ni i ,y a gooi-rnatulredi loking old A.
felohw, .:s tig ;t : i:abby dries-coat and a
S t: tuie.i :,il by couitesy, which would
I be none t u wi,. ifor the aplication of a
I little t op anit water. The otffer of a glass
of winl or a cigar by his adversary will
:. generally eliclt the opinion that "you play a
r good gaurit-, and all you need is practice."
Being once caught in a rain storm between TO
Paris and St. Germain, I took refuge in a
small ineu-shop, which was theonly dwell
ing within sight, and I found there, in a Ca
d small room behind the bar-room, an excel
Id lent b:lliard table with good cues. It was
one of the best tables on which I have DE
played in Europe. The charge for playing obi
was P cents an hour. The general price in Mobil
t Franco is 12 cents an hour, with a small land.
extra charge at night to pay for the gas, bondr
willie in America it is about five times as Pear.
much, a fact which may account for the Tbe
French playing a better game than we do. to ma
ie I have played at a cost of 4 cents an hour,
y and the table wan not as bad as it might To be
have been. The French tables i;, f.ar il- Or
I, ferior to the American, the worknitlhip of c. Br
tlthe latter being much better, and thte r t (o
F piano-wire cushion being a great improve The
ment. Vignaux, the champion French i
player, was formerly, it is said a waiter at
a cafe in Bordeaux, his native town and Amir,
e learned to play at night. After his com- (in.J
railes had retired to rest he used to lip Job C
Sdwn stairs, light the gas, and practice for
hours by himnself.
IMPORTANT TO ROMAN CATIIOL!CS -The
Supreme Co,urt yesterday dismissed the
suit of St. Joseph vs. the St. Joseph Cf!
lIge, and thua settled a question of great
importance to the Catholics of the State.
The suit was instituted several years ago
by the city of St. Joseph to cumpel the ci -
lego to pay taxes under the Drake Consti- [ f
tution, and it caIme up before the Supreme
Court in St. Josephll three years ago, iefore,
the consolidation, and was held under ad
viseinent until yesterday, when tie case JEGYE
was diumisted, the court thus virtually d
ciditrg that suiti proper ty is nrot subject to
t.xatiorn. It involved the right. for citit s
and counties to tax all Citholic schoo!r, 1. "
asoluImIs, aId Institutionr. andl was the;
only test cacte ever niade und,,r the Drake LA
Cnetutlitlrl :, iv tlnti did not give the Leg
Ipl:atur' lj wevt'r to exemnip p'opi:e'rty. As the -l i:
Dr.l) ikt Cti,alihiltion wira ill Iex stelnco feln il,<
yenta, l iau tiit t..,~iin Bei- i ill t.imv r of St.
J,e-ph it w,uld haivei aununited to a con
tis-c<tiolt il Catholie iins uttutior:s at the l"'iti
pr,.esNir, va'lie of r al eshthe.--,t. Louis ' -
Mlure receTi i * xperiments with the Ort.at ON
Itahrsu u til r urlaL e tt shlellhed sou e inipurI
tillt fltes. It is rise placed by,-, ed doubt t \ /i
hr it ia C~ii'i tlhickkine,. nif arTllor ol ter-i great
1e r . ... o l. .· i u is o lid t h a n ii d iv id e dI in t o a t
I, ire with tilk J i retwitn. A ci
pourd shutl, lired r h, the llt ton gun, NCt
ihnt-lnitr -'i r-,itI, 'hijr'y-or i-enchsa into ii
srrtrulwni-tn-l rri'-, ll.ti-'I -n lour io-has thick,
w.) it~ n thits k
Rick ec, adlvise-d one of the -ec-ne
shiftr a ni :.r had met with an accidiient, to lIN
the plan of a subscription; and a few days
afterwards he asked for the list of ramerua, Je
which when he had read it over lie return
ed. "WVhy, Rlck," said thie poor fellow, Vatcli
" won't yon give me stimething I' "Zounds s,
man," replied the other, "didn't I give you
the hint I"
When you desire to know what a person
is worth, sound his heart, and if it does not
give forth the sound of sacrifice, though it do16
be clothed with the kingly purple, genius, HA
birth, or fortune, turn your head aside and
pass on; it is no longer a soul with whom
you ought to have any intercourse. We
i ing failed
The quality of the goods, the style of g1f."
the dress, and the general personal ap- Ren ow
pearance, may make the gentleman in to PaSOe
certain circles of society, but true manli- ch. and
nese, that consists essentially in a strict ddra
observance of our duties to God and our Nmin
fellows, is frequently wanting in such
A man was taking aim at a hawk that
was perched an a tree near his chicken- Endorse
coop, when his little daughter exclaimed, Stto
" Don't take aim, psa let it go off by sacci- o these
dent." "Why so l" asked the father. boSue
"Cause every gun that goes off by accident *'s
alwayI hita somebody,"e xplained th chlld dsh isl
POll ERFUL ACTING.
On one occasion Edwin Forrest, then a
young man, and more famous for his mus
cle than his genius, gave a tremendous
display of really powerful acting. He was
supposed to represent a Roman warrior,
and to be attacked by six mintons of a de
tested tyrant. At the rehearsal Mr. Forrest
found a great deal of fault with the 'supes'
who condescended to play the minions.
They were too tame. They didn't lay hold
of him. They would not go in as if it were
a real fight. Mr. Forrest stormed .and
threatened ; the supes sulked and consult
ed. At length the c iptain of the supes in
quired, in his local slang, 'Yer want this to
be a bully fiiht, eh T' 'I do,' replied Mr.
Forrest. 'All right,' rejoined the captain,
and the rehearsal quietly proceeded. In the
evening the little theatre was crowded,
and Mr. Forrest was enthusiastically re
ceived. When the fighting scene occurred,
the great tragedian took the centre of the
stage, and the six minions entered rapidly
and deployed in skirmishing order. At the
cue, 'Seize him!' one minion assumed a
pugilistic attitude and struck a blow
straight from his shoulder upon the promi
nent niose of the Roman hero; another
rtaled him, about six inches from the stage
by at well directed kick, and the others
made ready to rush in for a decisive tussle.
For a moment Mr. Forrest stood astounded,
his broad chest heaving with rage, his
great eyes flashing like fire, his sturdy
legs planted like columns upon the stage.
Then came a fey moments of powerful
acting, at the end of which one supe was
seen sticking head foremost in the bass
drum in the orchestra; four were having
their wounds dres,ed in the green room,
and one rushed out upon the roof of the
theatre and shouted 'Fire!'at the top of his
voice; while Mr. Forrest, c.lled before the
Curtain, bowed his thanks pantingly to the
applauding audience, who looked upon the
whole affair as part of the piece, and 'had
never t.:eli F1orliet act so splendidly.'
A paper in speiking of a iongstreaes,
a. s, '"S:,e eats c.+t cu high inots. There
:as no mllusic or chert tone in her voice;
oit it was albot six cearsvs aH,)v tl'i
cieech of a lout hloiltive."'
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1 t (BTAIN A
a VALUABLE FARM FOR ONE DOLLAR.
TO liE DRAWN MARUII It Id?7, FOR TILE
a BENEFIr OF THE
Catholic Orphan Asylums
DESCRIPTION.-The Farm Is situated at the head
of navigaltion on Dog River, and on the linue of th.,
g Mobile and New Orleans Railroad. five miles from the
n Mobile Courthouse. It contains forty-two acres of
Sland. fine dwelling rend outhrouses. The fences are In
excellent repair. There ale upon the rlace several
I, hundred1 Fruit Tries. conei4ting of Orarge. IPeach.
s Pear. Plumb and Apple Also a Green-house aol
Vineyard, and two or mote sores of fine Strawlerries.
B The place is well itunated for a I)Dairy. arI c'nveniont
to market. The location Is pcrtrctly Ieal:hv.
PRICE OF TICKETS-ONE DOLLAR.
STo ire had in Mobile front tM Lady Managers of t're
Orphan Asylnm. from tho Slaters of Cherltr or a ni.y
of the following estres A. J. Hamilton'sa loni. Wqrd'.
f C. IBran's, tlo & tl lmo's. T. J. Sararree, . 0. ..dek
A (b 'as.,f PFlruth'e. Peter Btl e's, Chral. luktc'ra and
,f. H. Snow' .
The Lottery will be drawn order the enpervieion of
t; o following geutlemen, who have k oily ronaented
to act a
Admiral Raphael Femmes, Msoar Henry St. Pail.
lan. Johno l IIig ev, lou. Price Willians. Jr.
John Cavanagh, £tq We. A LeBAros, Req.
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he accldentally made a preparation of INDIAN
HEMP, which oured his only child of consaumjson
ke now gives this recipe free on receipt of two stamps
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dole I" - LautrIlle, Ky. 64
then $T. a OSPH'S ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIUP.
indous Conduoted by theStaters of Charity,
was Near E]tmmitburg, Frederick County, Maryland.
trrior, Thi ntituo ieaplaaaysituated Ina b.iy and
a de- Xplcatre..t of rederlok countj , Maryland, half a
orreat milerom f mmO eun, and two mlee fIrom Mout f,
MbC oeeo. It we ooe menoed in 1ey, and eoo.
g.arur by .le ltursof Maryland in 1811 2e
bu . inmgs ar coavenient and speoione.
were The aademlo year 1s divided into two sessions e Ave
.aod month eacha.
Board ao dTaition per academd. year, rneladt
asnlt- Bed and Bedding, Washing, Mendg d
e in- Dotor'a fee ........................... ...0io 0
b 1. . foer eh asoa.................. ...... IW aO
St ALL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Mr. The Academn yeer is divided Lto ttwoSeessiee of eve
ptain, months ach, bega utin respeutlvely on the flrtMonda
Sthe of Septbember and the Irst of Febrnary.
tded, Letters of inquiry directed to the
MOTHER SUPERIOR I
f re. no r 7 ly to .seneaob' Academy Enmiiabndre. Md
ftih ST. MARY'S DOMINICAN AY, ADEMY,
Y the OREENVILLE,
ed a Corner St. Charles end Broadway Streets, 1
blow New Orleans.
other This Academy. under the charge of the Nuns of St.
stage Dominic, occupies a beautiful site ner New Orleans.
there The plan of lnstruotion unites every advantage which
ieht,. can csontribute to an education at once solid and re
li Board and Tuition, per annum ..............900 00
turdy Music, Drawing and Painting form extra charges.
tage. Sholastic duties are resumed the lt of September.
erful For further particulars address
Swas cc 76 iv. MOTHER PRIORESS.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY,
D OW), DRYADESo STREET,
f his Conducted by the Nuns of St. Dominic.
the The duties of tLis Institution will be resumed on the
the First Monday in September.
'had The system of education embraces History. Gero.
graphy, the English and French Languages and Litera. 1
tare. Rhetoric, Mathrmatto., Book-Keeping, Natural
'Philosolhy. Logic, Metaphysics.
btlI Sielrial attention givlu .o Flsttl.ary 'Corrpootdenoe c0
S"and Ctnposi, ,n ; alno) to Tealntry, Embroilry. Plain
o alln Ortranleatl Noel'riwl k to
Lt.oe n itin 'aitlllg anod IIs s oatolk forott re tAx r
L.eooul in Vtc, l nJd Il3::rt- n..tlI Mt.ic by- f E.
(; T IA ')O'li' . Ore ST. LAND!:i Y
I.ECY T IANs A. A
Tils Collron, ic',rr,ealt d by thie State of Lonisiasa mu
with the ltri-lleg oj f conefrring Acadlemic Degreeos, s 18
condlucttl by) the IF'ahr. of thle Society of Jeans. CIA
The pla0nouf inslct'tion embreces the rdiiiasr, course e
of Solence, Litertoture and gomr erce, the sues as they hr
TaE arn taugolt in ot,,et t.esuit Colegens. It
The next seosslon will open October d. ithe
Board, Tuition, Wasvhing and Stat onery per year. t. e so
lS Entrance Fee tfor the first year only) ....... . I to
Medical Fees................. ....... . . 10
Bed and Bedting. when furnished by the Cellege.. 1 Lto
bond Payments must he mads hal tyearly In advance. ph
t For further particulars atply to ye
o the P. POURSINE A CO.. Agents,
l of auo 76 Iv 1411 Gravler street. New Orleans. er
Mie. This institution, chartered by the State Legislture, an
and conducted by the Brothers of the Sacred Lea", r
has been in succeusful operation since 185. Beatifully
situated on the shores of the B sy, commanding n eotrs. E
t'e ive view of the Glf and iaffrdingal the advntages Be
sty of the sea breeze and ~athing In the Summer its spies.
rd id losation is a great incitement to oathffi exerecie Me
da raand anenoe n t for the pupils. The Commerctial arie
ant comprises al the branches of a good English ednotteo
n of Board and Tuition, per esalon, payable half yearly
td advance..........................................Mi no0
Washing, per ion ........................... ...i 15
Besdictg, per sesoion, (optional) ............. to e
Doctor's Fees....................... ....... 5 i(
S Vaton,f spentt theintitt . ........... 50 00
EXTRA CiAlE iGe:
Piano and Violin, permonth, each............... (.6 O
U-- se of Piano, per month....................... . 10
Pint.,, per month................................. 4 00
Braes nstrument, per ,uonth................... I o0 I
Spanish and German languages, per month, each.. 5 00
For further partlcunlars, apply to
nT9 '; t: I, Director of ithe flollt
ST. VIUtIC 1"4 BOARDING SCHOOL Ti
LII1I Yt)ITN( LADIES, rad det
AT IO.VA LDSOST'ILLR, LA. ca
CONIDU3CTEID IBY THiE SISTF.I,. OF CIIAO:I'"V aI.
7hiT Tntthtutittn t I otal, d it thealotte natttcld h.alth 'li
fill htt11 vcllJs. ,. 0ittltt l it tli, juInction of the Mieoue h.tt0
epI'pl rive? r a ,:l thte it\4ii I.,torl. ho. It I. at',e s:b'le
at ..Ill e a-n,. ftl otot,. ytor, Iotlo1 by railwayv ndi water.
Yt ar,.rte aili th,d tor thelr '.uoglltera, In titu Inatitu.
lion, at ; tlil. ltltlit es I'tera :hrttltan anti reined ednm '1:
tt,,n ; troe tt I.rt oif i: li dt:te.to being oIe *at)e. a that , t'
:lrý'l,"tl at .r .1"', p1h* a .\ "altty, El-muo t- ,ll rt. MAiry F
-, land ,of vil' Oth it i ot oratn cI.I 'lnne i out t+-I Aott
rnt .t , rn i .rat, ot of II. ehantsd Con ition of tt,
to ,, tts.i. t-.ri, fla ty.. h tb." In co ttotti t ,itri t •ott . tot 1
1ie." ac t,! tt . t..r ,e dtVfed it t,,t ,.wo . n., of t vr
ltvt),t ttt.ttr o lo.,", e" "'oyiotoiowJtt' ". r nuo. , itso r Et '
i1,rl ai l 1 T:titi ) i lr ,.,_ oa1i rtl r ,tii , F::
err. oeý : ,t Irlr ...................... ............. l.' It
I'.1 11'11 I 'I I ". .. ... .............. ..tt t o ...... 1t. . I O r tlat
. i, ., ,, ' .t, i.",.". t, a t c, trrt at pric:s `.
,. I,":e." ,T ,lt I. tt,tt itl; of Netn w Orlea,.U or
. 1._ 1 " it . .i , t sc e o oc w
|). I :'- 'Ir1.Ac · i;1" SC!IOOL. ...... e
i ,,; .. t ,'."I U. bvu I, , anhl , irt: as boardet'a, f, .' a 3'e I
shat cl o1 7:", 1,r nl..rtth. ;d*, d paidl in adIvanc. with t
T},ld wll it-. v for b, aIt . I0,t l 1, , waoh!ng and lu .ll, . hg ,
Thno ,Ir!4 .o tltc. 'r'r, I !:.y ".p5 " r month Int t tiolo
The iroardero wI loose tih inte o fere irti trea:lono 0 vot
eM the ortltilara snlt it
T'ot r.rrctnetioort io ntttie for the espeela aocomna , to
darion of C'tlatolio fatoilies with Ilimted means. thatt in. to
wiath to govo their btlhotreto a platn Catholic ednoatlo. Pul
at little oensroe; or at leset to g9re them a few month|
of particular preparation for their First Commaniuon SehOt
and Uonflroatloo,. S
Childre.. howver, who are not Cathelies will also Boardi
Apply to the Brother Director o D'Everens Ha Mui
Orphan Asylum; or to the Sister Servant of St aY 'l S le
Orphan Asolun. Natches. tlnsmslirtpl. Ja3075 7 Deawll
St. Alphonsus' Convent of Mercy. A
Tern, made known at the Convent. dei4
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 5T,
Hourr-S A. a. to 5 e. s.
Leasons in Mncai (Vocal and Instrumentl)i Gold
Embro dery. Wan Work, FVowers, Dres aLking. etc Ths
given In private or ia clan.
Particulsr attentlou given to BOOK-KEE]PINO i Home.
the Boys Department. J1lO a faw
FO-E BGAoINS IN TrRUNK8 AND-BAGS sal
Crescent Trunk Factory Depot, wl
5Iilll W IpiOP A. M- ebeeS.
D' JEFFERSON COLLEGE,
ad. (o. MJFSz)
PAZIBS 01 BT. JAMS, LA.,
q sa Situated on the Mlesalpl River, Sasty Mise abea
e This anoent and magalioes hateablihmset, learn
petaled by a law of the Legislature, and empewered to
great diploma. end degree. will open an TUS.
if e DAY, Ootober ad Irte. It L under the dlreteen
of the Marist lathere who arm a seaotty specially d
voted to edunetion. Collage PoInt and Conaeasl eading
S are convenient nd regalar landing places for sleambot
going to and returning trom New Orleans.
today Payble In U. S. meney elf-yearly In advano
Bord, tuition, washin and sa Lbnary. per term of
five month ............................
Doctor'T fee noud medioli.e In ordinary rooee of ll
nd t iee ifor ll, per numt .................. ... I
SWasnblg. por n,;i ......... 30
Sntrance tee to be pald onlyo oe .........._...... o l
-- E lr a Chargel -
German or Spanie . ....
trawig 3......... . . ... 30
se0 of Phbh'l.ephi. 'I A IparatuLEs nd Chemlale.... lit
Vocal Muo ..... .. ut Profeaor'A charge.
Violin or Piano, with use of Instrument per month 1
Use of Lnstrumeot and ousie lesson (Brae Band)
r St. u an n ....... ....... .........
o ol Book. ~itamps, and other school ueeoesarl.
'an.at current prices
lch Bedding, when provided by the College, per annum 14I
d e N. B-All muslo leeons are to be paid for monthly
S Hs GraceO the Most Rev. ArhbLebop of New Orlean I
The Rev. Clergy of Algiers.
1 For further detail.s, apply to the Rev. Pretlddnt, elo
ar. the College. or to
MR. P. POUfSINl,
oCta 74 ly No. t40 Graier street.Nw Orleans.
SPRING HILL COLLEGE,
(eoT. JoenSP',) 7
IeO. NEAR MOBILE, ALA.
This long-established Institution, so favorably known
to the people of the South, will enter upon It Forty.
era filth OSholalt i, year on
SWednesday, October 4, 1876.
'With the old advPntages of a sound Clasaloal eand
-e o Conterc:i l Edlt'loititoo, the I)il.'-tuor or tho College
1,1 ll r n tow of " to tl .,lr ,ar tl e e tll, ailtltoeal addvn
tape of a ylio.-t lto lli.fing, nUtirE! i rlt., alido nuch
nsoiTritir to the fu 'lll.'r C!llEgo In point of ventilation.
rts .rrnnglnl t ald a.:'ltllntl vesh o trl uA
"The 'rod,.aH he. n,'o ,her of a Soriety whlih
ti e three hdrotd 3.- aret il ni itlf to the
Siti l:atinatiot ,lf ytiht hueti to inr 1.v p r the treat al
vf antage.f!' o, tre ad",ojcntl , eian,.. "l'hEtio, al iun
t- o iltuiere. ',.,t ,vorr to vepl ,ol , ;irl oiet h ailr lalt
ordal aof.,rt ai tai. notlhly to aftrn tho niilri1 t,!r
their heat It 1the ae o ll f tut I do on a " rxtoY ! Tb 1 oI ve
for the dte ill h they o dacl a lo in altar-life. hr
ThIe Platn of loteruihtito t.ot,a to l ithlroo rineipal
io;rsea: t1.oe Propattl,)ry. the lr'Iualw.l ild the ti.e n TI
l toea ntr:il. Ti e Prepar.tory onrse e loetl 'sr year, ald
Is itintended to prepar the voi .ngor students aiora igher
N1oat. eiltho in the (ilooiral or o.ttI.rc IaeuLrst.
a The CLASeICAL l( o.rr e lasts eli years, and em.
o 'brace all the branches of a thortugh (ollegiate aud
alivrntory hEducation. At the end of the sixth year
those who give proofs of th e .tq iln knowlledge in the W
Greek and Latin langdages, and sow suflieoet proil
cilency ln Mental and Natural Philosophy. Uhemistry
25J and the higher branches of Matheutiatrc, re etiLled
Itt to the degree of &. B. (Bachelor of Arte).
10 The Degree of M ter of Art (A. M.) Is awarded to
10 those who devote a seoondl ear to the study of PI'hioo
phy and Science in the College, or who have passeed two tl
years tn the practice of a learned profesiou.
The COM.I.IICIA L Cour. lasts l.on.g years, and
embraces all! the btranches usually tanght In Commerolal
Collegos. lFt thl.td year of thil conrse correspond, to L.
Sthe tilth and sixth years of the Clausicale ourse. The
Studenti anlhtttt, e It eties i Natu.ral Phlilosophy and C
Cbheomiety withl the metHere ef the Oraduatling oIas. CI
T'hl agr of a.ln,eeri1 le I froi ilte toa tiftou yearsl hi
re and lot he adtlteet one n.iit previously know bhow to Is
road and write.
,lly TERMS0 !'F, tt ruoopI or roEN 3n4onttL nu
C. Entrance Fee, flrst tear only................. o ,
ee Soard, Tuition end Wohlilngoya palysl I 'fyearly, pri
ae. andin advano .................... 3100
l.e Medlall.'r .... .................... .. I
. e I atItl Ikdding................................. t
Circulars Can he obtaln, itl,y dlrtrelllleI0 the
PKLNSItEiT O iSl'clUG ItILL Uii.I.EGE
io Noar Mobile. Ala.
(K) TIlE JESUIT FAT'IItIEa.
Of Lorasr Baronne and Ceollono streets. Now Orleans, LI
0 1'. POURSINE. College Agent,
00 el It v 4,1 Gravior street. Now Orleans. I:
(oornt of Coumton and Baronne streets.
This Lit.rvr i I.ctttut!ol. inoorporated by theStateofn
Luoioiana, and em!,.,wered to ,lnfer d.,gree. is con. of
deleted by tih.- l'a he:." tIf the Stolety of .ratrs. The build- are
ings are well e"ialat.ld fl,r edtcatlunsal purptoe. A h,
oourtvard.nr.tiel ,btl oiffronf thils treeet, ieO rresrvedbor s t
roerration; no I hlit, frtel tie arvi-.al of the plp!i. At 7:3t 1 irI
A. e.. till th.-ir d.i,iotore ,.t a I . I th.y are Oonslantly Itt
l'he l(' t C l a .«r l , ,. I-, t'eti'"l: Predaratory
+.ol. llelr :iaJ +L:,l! (!bl.,lt a;
"'i O+a (; trill+rr eT (t'k*J['r see i r t.,- ,, l! l o· tx w h., ·.
ot . w .i , ht a t ,arn i. t o. , a ,l r t,", i t. TI
'i':" * I ::.1 ,1 ,*,I c*.l,U Ir I,," , `,,,.. whitde: re to b0 h "" "
bt+d, nteam- 1,, m~ti.' a u t1."d. n ,'+, thLey kl+ow ,,,. v,
t 'en thl i)t t ;.. . o
,."~t e.Coi ,+. -+ r of , i 0,, err . t,,,r , tr.+p t .t'1it
.'F -y :tK ' h a r4;,, ! it . ,,llt to ka1n lt ,$. i ' L InT con-rt .I
d:'- l. , i, e 'tr I c i ; -. ' , i',d a ittelnlda S.e.
f1'|+."` ++,l++l ..'i J' 31-.tI ."1s lip the on re t Meti. ay
of ,:., A 't ,: C 11lW", r,,war,| 1!.e c d of ./lly.
tnit'470 a ly ':,, .i li.lArUTItELvTr PraderL
',rtI'e: ,,for .r t e ":I IC ,S tl'}.ti (,P ST . J S.. I'e
and IP:y, bt. Ioull, .ol the l ,, a hore.
11 -ti.i .vrr +rh r.,gir,,,t this ettaeei. th1,.r it ti
mltlh ;rnl, par, ila,, I')-n )piil,]+ are flvorn e,tat"+.d from
t:an i , tittru , , ,te, l ,et..i aii on to l .h , , p rt-o to are in
th,,. letin for a!. th h tlo , evet r-elllr tetllo o pro'
ollt, lrtt.l. ',lante u.io t l-,oerd tIlt Sor ie and the 'or
tyolnfe,! l.u"t.e i et~ u od tIo ;.t e;r rhrot ardmly ara. I.
y i hz t t,+11 I,,"n tl t't( rtI|t , aire e,,il, .1Ld i, harmonyate e
w -th ti'e+ r,, ,rv ,.lt o ,-'tie ba .th "lng 'en , ,oirt e cooy risle
(olif ti. oeh epve aeI tllrt) ;,h the bgt+ heof acaiom Te
TEig hT , b'e't, o'f~A pari I'n a,l o f' ollowrint lue i
BloardingTeetllh t ot h - - - - 8n4Joct oH tnt aodH a
Sainginlgi. o Lei teno l ,r |)s..- - - - - --cd0 0'r t irh
Poar.ltl pan tng accord. ing .to th ofctbe. ofe 3 in
vNteele-work I. n all Is v t, old ie hoy r daury,
aring erhreon ts........................ pe00
Pastfe oil paintgng paordlnt to tbgonmber ofpo pltlo pa
eaile-wmorth In rl ihrd aetien d gtolden wmbroldl r.tt I
atslctol atowers, IH tomeht to thse bovrderl wtwelet tO I1
whrllge. te Se
wori frtherap iedhalfre ddrays. "epfarlared ote ete
haelmf oa theslator of Tb. Joseph, Boz 151J, ]gw Or.
APply he D.P.or O. D. eLDER, .gen. . C
No. 371 Bienville etreet.
rriJ olol i.·.wmi rU t. r
1 -- --,i
c "The Young Catholic's Illustrated
I REINER W TSERIES OF READEBB
The Catholic Publication Society has prepared a
ance New Serles of School Books, known by the above title
it, at which Is copyrighted.
The following books are now ready ibe deliveryJ
The YoungCathollo'. Illustrated Primer..0 90
The Young Catholic's S" peller... 0
The Young Catholic's " lt Reader 95
The Young Catholio's " 2d Reader 45
The Young Catholic's " 3d Reader 00
The Young Catholic's " 4th Reader 75
SThe Young Catholic's " 5th Reader 1 46
The Young Catholic's " Sth Reader 1 25
and The Young Ladies' Reader.....1 50
The Young Catholic's Illustrated TIablo Book
n, and F'irst Leos'on in Numbers.......... 90
a Thsi l:,All.rs are compild by c,.Iompetent hands, and
+ lh' isroof hourn havu hoon tarPfully rad and reovlsl
Y I 1::v.. I. lSpahl!ng, : T. I.. No lalor or expense
h" Lha ht",I patrd In gEttlng p, t' ii Serics t Readea t.
Til, illutretraionn i0 nmdi to
or It .I.I'STIRATE TIHE TEXT.
the WIAT IS SAID OF "THIE YOUNG CATAOLIO's
I to The Catholio Publication Socloty bas Just received
w the following approval of its School Sollos. rom the
venerable Archbiehop of Oregon:
fll . eo, : PoiltT.AND, ORKOOi, Aug. di, 1r75.
to L. gdioo, EH :
Il Dear Sir--Among the many services which " The
Ld Cathiolic Piuhli,a:uthn bSoiletv " In rondering to our Holy
. ChPurch, that ou hrl, ,ln iihehol a Srlh .e ofr hool
i boos, entiIId "Ti ll TI ng CalLtholic', School Srlel.,"
'to i one or thL lre.gmat. It, havlngsp.aredl nellthor labor
Lor elpoll, Is N oon will aewardowl In the Ser le not
only ,llll touy of Ik Iharaltor, but lo, In mat
JO ter of arrlr.gl,ollllln l l adl ol., fM"r luperir to anv yet
prmenotoil to tIie Catboli liilc A. cuh, I approve
lal rod l otloll l thuth Scrie to parelnt, lteahe.i and
Sp'll,li , latt liago.
Yt Your" truy, f F. N. I:iLAN(LAOT,
A rhblsbop of Oreo.
P'. S.-Y-,our oleso 1 In use In Oregon since laayear.
r I Ch cag, Ill , July 26, 1074. 5
L K eb b, E~q 9 .New York,
I)Dear Slr--I'lreme to accept l.ho, thanks of the Faeolt7
for the thri-n n Ol .m entitled:l e Younig Catholics
Illtltratid Shoiol Serles "-Prlmerl Flirt Rsader,
ASecond Iteador. p:ln hastv perusal. I fid them ex
cellnt for thoe nled of chulo ls anI y wlsh Is that they
bh o Ytroncel ittol~ ury Catholio sechool io the States.
In huatte, vrty repInoetfull.y
JonN (;. VRNNE&HA, S". J., ge.
ST. ALoryeie' AonAter,
Frankfort, Ky.. May 2, 1,475.
of I)Dar Sir-The ,SInt, Fifth, Fcortli end 'rijtl rReadere
Thof "'' h oCaholic: Rorlm," wrllh olu seat me
oir ruicoived with llany th.,ks I baulse 'ou that I
a hauls Ullnone el wiell arie.,illiid A1 C:athill,ll chool
no thie S.etiI. 'ilie oll. Ij ui in thi, readrlg ltgummne are
S eofl tlr Lent v Int I. vl lliltllu:,ud them
Into thls Ai.iu.,uy, .iI will iivie etheilrs e to do tha
sac. You"l i',.pcctfully,
S From the fRoston Pilot I
'ie 'h litd llns .i,.n r Ile e'rtiliy oI e ro the lbst reader
ere, oav Boo h , .r , i adtlll lalllly arreangvd ith
te l,'a"d ux Cithl ollh: Soo*,. " g x bl the" gravigY giee lh
ie Baed elt t tilnureon ie I mt oa
a I'Ihv ii,. t'I,, iCet x I' .Iut·V rc Iu nel . suid wedo
sld ,*an,,t t, ae f.ul ~ :rg tiie any to be p'Afel'redt
r From the (:iir,,n at, 'ctii,,l..' Tml.grajuh I
Wi, 'an .uc !Vty cAc 1,1 ith.- amr ii,,l Idrlly thli.e'
L i( , ,h:l .' Ite a d tlci I,u 'tl , lnh +d In 1th1 l Ollu n try .
(TIIMI: S IIOWei 1;u 's' RlE.41i't
A -mll Cat,."','u",u o f thi, C:atholi., R'oligion,
lprru.hre,',I.l Inv Sh. l t lietori, oif IlanD n from
hei c;t,..,,,n ii thu W rliil to tie IPreeit 'l'tiime
t Villh (t.. .t,h.u fr Fi m4 ..,ieialui . "'Iiat latmit
}im'n. Juhllu L'aillu. S..i Yrit AlllrArrls Oel,.
t.~rr n. I V o l. |I~lr ll.. ............... .... . ....... 73
l+'oriilby'i tlulh anod Churih II .ytiiy. IlliI
itril'.t,il l-h1 1.lt.,o . witlh |lctoii l.t. at the
elur Lhu thok ............ ...... IJ3
A,.t,,, ,f " -.- " orrr .,
The Yonng Catlholc's Illuntrated Bible and
Chburch hioory. Inosnevoluume.
The Yormug Catholic's Ihistory of the United
The Young Catholic's Grammar-School Spelle
Ale well aM aeveral other work. to be aniOuield hare
It Is the inteotion or the C.tholic Publllation 8oleir
to lios rrom tilce to tInre all the booka needed In a
well regulated C:Athoilo S~chool.
amplel of all sent:ree.
Speclal berms for introduoUoen. Addree ike
CAThIOLIC PUBLICATION SOCIETY,
LAWRESNC KXERO. Oenerai,£gsat.
SWarrren atreet, New oek.
aECajep itrewt, NeW OrtcieI.
In LoimolAna' and Miililppi tie Younl Caielia
arlea of Books have swiftly epreng late rawir with
the leadlng Catholic Schools3 being alredg m ed by
the scred Heart snd Ureellne Innu. the lre Pm
and Mount Carmel Satera, tLe Parocle e ef
et. Thea.cand St. 1mph'. Partae. ad me