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WSW ORLEANS, SUNDAY, ArPUL 0, iaes. --- - - cate, - - - A ,GEAT DAY AT sT. VIN lT 3D PAUL On Sunday- ias, the 19th instant; from the ushering in of the rosy light of mornmg, until the sun's declension, or when his fer vid rays began to pale in the far off occi dent and to tincture. with 'lrious Palo of blended- purple ap gold te firmamental clouds, the church above named was open, and for the greater portion of the-time re ferred to was thronged with devout wor shipers. At half-past six in the morning from the belfry rang out the summons to matin prayer and the'worlhip of the Omnis cient God. At #even o'clock, when-all werb assembled and awiting the cdmineneement of the impresdv 'service of their holy reli gion, from the adjoining school-houde or thilom church came echoing sopnds of lati dation, hymns of' humble but seraphic prais to the Supreme Being, wl~ieh, brne on the bland,, pure air 'io opening day, seemeddto'ariee--as cen-awarftd incense from the :lrr of sacriLceL-to' the Eternal One! Theste strins aguld forth in silvery rippling* from the i sles hearts of the youthful of both aesjaisllshled in' dual ranks, and 'as they approached earer the church, their loud and admingled chantings reached the ears of .tle kneeling ihultitade withih the holy fane and stirred the pulses, not alone of parents and relatives, but of all there congregated. The Rev. E. J. Foltier, pastor of St. Vin cent, preceded the interesting and pictur esque procession, whilst his potent voice from the vestibule' resounded through the sacred-edifice. The iore juvenili-of te very tastefully appareled and- tiny girls followed directly in his footsteps: Their dresses were of white muslin, stainle and spotless as the snow on the crowning of Alps. Blue sashes were suspeilded aaown their shoulders, and zones of similar- hue girded their slenderiwaists. Wreaths of ar tificial and other flowers garlanded their smooth and alabaster brows, on which care nor time has yet made impress. They looked like cherubs that had temporarily winged their way to this mundane sphere from the celestial realms of their great and glorious Father; for the leprosy of sin has not as sailed their immortal souls; neither has venial transgression reached their suscep tible and simple hearts, nor mingled with their almost infantile ideas. The larger fe males-young ladies, some of them may be denominated-moved slowly and gracefull after their little sisters in God. One of them bore a banner of the Virgin Mother, which Sol's early beams appeared to salute, mo mentarily glittered on and imparted a lus trous radiancy. They were similarly garbed to their predecessors. All bore in their hands lighted tapers, their light symbolic of Omniscient truth and the never-waning lustre that irradiates and illumines theking dom- of the Most High! The boys came next in order of procession. They were cos tumed in black jackets and white pants, badges or rosettes, with central crosses on some of them, encircled their right apos, the folds drooping prettily if not poetically downwards. They also carried large wazen tapers, and with more muscular v ices than the other and beauteous sex, chanted the refrains. The procession proceeded reverentially up the nave of the church, until the altar railings were gained;,where at large a nmtm ber of boys and gs as could be accommo dated within e sanctuary entered and seated the ves, the remainder grouped outside or seated themselves on chairs ar ranged in the nave. Mass was celebrated by Rev, M. Borias, of the church of St. Augus tain. At the termination thereof and prior fto the imparting of the august sacrament of communion, he addressed the youthful and sinless groups kneeling beneath or clustered around-him, Rarely have we harkened to language as fervid or tones as deep and pa thetic. His sympathy, his feeling, nay, his very soul appeared to be absorbed. His heart's calm utterance seemed coined into unctuous words or fashioned into intense and ardent devotion. He discoursed as if God inspired, and the honey that came,-as it were, dripping front his lips, was sweeter and purer than that distilled from Hybla's Mount. He seemed to gaze on the beauties and beatitudes of heaven, and to look on the ministering hosts of cherubims and sera phims circled around the throne ! Beside the white robed maidens and well-clad boys, a large number of men and women received the bread of life, Sunday being the close of the tridnum. At ten o'cloclk, a solemn high mass was entoned by-the Rev. J. Cambiaso, of the So - ciety of Jesus. As in the morning, the pro -cession of the juveniles made its entry into the church from the ancient edifice of St. Vincent, chanting hymneand bearing waxen lights, with this exception: that the Arch bishop, in pontiflcals, crozier, mitre, etc., attended by the Rev. Fathers Murphy and Foltier, accompanied the children. On their entrance the organ pealed forth, and the choir, in sweit and solemn melody, sent their song of laudation re-echoing thronugh the spacious temple. When the sublime service of the mass ended, the Rev. WV. J. MIurphy, of the Jesuit Order, advanced to the railings of the sanctuary and fluently, felicitously, and with a devotion as heart telt as it was forcible, and impressive, 4liscoursed on the great gifts of thie Ioly G;host conferred on ftith-elerti~nTgconlirma tion. At the close of his instructive cxhor intion, the Archbishop, who looked feeble, -iling, ahld bowed down'-suefi ring, we hl armx. niull l'lV frola lieuralgia, proceeded to Idlmiinikteri' the sacaiment that sust:ains mnud Iml:tkes stli'ol,na/nd which, imliparted 1,"' tihe iove-like "sp~riit of the third person of the Blessed Trinity to the Apostles, enabled themn to go forthl unappalledd land preachl the doctrine of Christ crucified to all nations and all peoples. - Whlen all had been con tirmed, the Archbishop. in1oow and tremu lhus accents, desired the children to recite three pater aosters. The Rev. J. Cambiaso, imnmediately thereafter, in an eloquent ser mon in French, which occupied in the de livery nearly three quarters of an hour, ex horted the children in their duties to their parents, their religion, but especially to their God, when all returned as they had preveumly entered to the old church build lag. If possible, more imposing and ethereal was the evening or vesper service, condueted solus, by the zealous and never. faggn pastor. Fromt hortly afterfour o'olock-hn the luminary of day had traveled far down in flu erimsoned west, and the sombre m clouds, aest couriers of darkness and night, g, draped the-sky, exercises, consecration, ser r- mon, and-chpral nielody ocupied the time i- To gaze on. the numerous, waxen lights, of which flared and flickered in the gentle al breeze, as held in the upraised habds of n, boys and girls, to hearken to the music of c- their unciltured voices, the tones of the r- organ, and the modulated strains from the g admirable choir, was to cause the pulse to o throb and to 'conjure up from the well i- spsng, of the heart earm that trembled on b eachoptic's lash. On the' i evMr. Foltier if descendin from the piti where for fully - half a.howr, heendeavbedtde impress on i tthe ductile minds of the recipients of the - sacraaeatitherii .obligatins to: Glod theiir Lg paremts, and ietro.toret. alhreh le them in order, and at theiirladl .oceede ddwn r, the aisle of St. Vineoa tl. place of con=! e secrationa Returningup theonave, -a the it time chanting plaise to' odi he called on' y the membearwof the .8e'i St.: Vincent de Paul thkrenter the saidstiasy, end before d- the shrine of the Saint tooff.erpifprayer d to the Mosti High.for the spiritual protection s and blessing of theyoung male recruits he e was about to enroll in their ;akss...This ', perfected, he spoke eloquently of the lmost I superhumap viutues of the humble and the good,.tlhehumane, and the charitable foun der oftheii order ediction of the Blessed Sacrament. ded. Then, when the e gloaming admipisi1edThin of the evanisbing e time, he oeted the ahildtren aroudhin, e and on each one he bestowed a large em a blematic copper-plate engraving, contain r ig his or her name, and the day and date I ofreceiving the sacrament-on which gifta r (poorlyrenumerated priest I) he must have a expended some twenty or thirty dollars. e Prouder than the victory of some gory field - of fight, the children bore in their hands, r and gazed on the attractive bordering, these a graphic remembrances of a day devoted to I the Almighty God, and that will be apt to 1 live in their minds foraye !- P. c. J. S NO PERSON IS WITIIOUT INFLUENCE.- - Some persons fall discouraged on the high s way of life, because they cannot be this or that great or eminent person. Why not be 1 willing to be themselves a No person, who - ever has, or ever will live, is without in B fluence. Why not make the most of that Since you cannot grasp that which you wish, 1 why let what you have slip through your 1 fngers? No person in the world is exactly like. you. You have your own faults, but you have also your own excellencies. Give I them air. Because you are not a poet, r should you not be a good merchant t Be e cause you cannot go to college should you i therefore forswear the alphabet? Because yon cannot build a palace, should you not B3joice in your own humble roof, and that - because it is your own? Will not the sun shine into your windows if you do not ob I stinately .prsist in shutting it out t If you cannot have a whole hot-house full of flow r ers, may you not have one sweet rose t - GENTLE WoRDs.-There is a magic power in gentle words, the potency of which few - nUauren 14, -, oU as wholly to resist. t Would you have your home a cheerful, r hollowed spot, within which may ever be found that happiness and peace which the world denieth to its votaries t Let no harsh I words be uttered within its wall. Speak gently to the wearied husband, who with an anxious brow returns from the perplexities r of his daily avocations; and let him in his turn, speak gently to the care-worn woman r and wife who, amid her never-ending round r of little duties, finds rest and encourage I ment in the sympathy of him she loves. DEATII.-It is doubtless hard-to die; but it is agreeable to hope that we shall not live here for ever, and that a better life will put an end to the troubles of this. If we were offered-immortality on ,earth, who is there would accept so melancholy a gift? f What resources, what hope, what consolea ` tion would then be left us against the rigor r of fortune and the injustice of man. God permits us, after the consolations of faith, those of friendship. Nothing earthly is sweeter; and our Divine Saviour seems to point us to this in choosing to have, at the foot of His Cross, the disciple whom He loved.-De Guerrin's Letters. HARDWARE, CUTLERY, AND STOVES. J. a. AfKR. C. L. ATrrX. J S. AITRENS & SON, IxPORTERS AlD DEALseS LN IIARDWARE AND CUTLERY. For Machinists, Builders, and Housekeepers, 236 Tehoupitonis, aoe. 68, 70, and 72 Delord street, mhl 3m New Orleans. CHARTER OAK COOKING STOVE ! THE BEST IN USE. GOLD MEIAL AWARIEDI) TI7s STOlE AT LOUISIANA STATE FAiR oP 10titi. Prize Bre.ad bakeld in a CHARTER OAK at bothll State Fairec-lacin anut inS. IIlCE BiOS. & CO.. Agents for the State. 69 and 91 Camp and 5.5i Magazine Street. CHARTIER OAK WAREHOUSE, fe16 3m 97 and 99 Julia street. e pHIILIP McCABrL CCOPPEIR, TIN AND) SHEET I Iron ,,orker and dealer in Stoves and Grates, No. 166 Camp strret. tow Oh.lhitliaT. Roofing, Gottering, aud all kinds of Jobbingdone with An asortment o, Till Vare alway. on hand, and msade I toorder. fIt,6 3m l -i',Alt, O'IO01liKl'I. O1t IIIE I F.A(.lltll, 3,IOUiRKE & ME.\ACIIERI. STEAM IIOILERII MANUFACTLUEI!S BLACKSMITHS, Nos. 1B3 and 185 Fulton, and '213 .New Levee streets, between St. Joseph and Julia streets. Low Pressnre, Locomotive, Filued and Cylinder Boil. era. Clarifiers. Filters and Juice Boxes matt, at the short est notice. Will make conttrets for Bollers, and all necessary con. nectlonss,,nh as Fire Fonts. Grate Bare. Steam and Stand Pipes. Valves,. ete. Chimneys mand B reching. all of owhich will be furnihed at the lowest ounndryprices. All work done at this estabtlshment will be guaran. teed eqal in point of workLanship ad materal to any in the city or n ae e ieer ai. call and examine oer work a prios m l 17 - BUSINESS CAbRDS. ld adtumL . assu . TIoxAS , . amU.LD GREEN & ELDER, _ REAL ESTATE AGENTS, m xo. 21 couansactAl , le Front Omee-Lower Floor. eO 9 3m tr- EDUCATIONAL AGENCY. SCHARLES D. ELDER, No. 140 Poydras street, New Orleans, Being Special Agent for many Colleges, Oonvents, and of Academies in Southern and Western States, offers (gratis) acmlities to parents and guardians who wi select schools for their children and wards. SCatholic Ttiattons may have tir collections and any- other interests faithfully served, by placing them prsmptly in chbarge ofthis Agency. S LAddss: Box 2034, Postomee, Now Orleans La. BYr ,hem, O PLANTERS AND MERCHANTS! PREMIUM COOPERAGE, No. 13 Conti stoet, New Orleans. , Constantlyon hand, for sle a large stock of Molasses Ba rels and Half.Barls; als&Hoop Poles for Hgh-s-s r and Brsdelivered at lowest I; mh- m ?1crimY. 10 1. L ICHLARDONx. JA14D. C*oLMAu . >SR'DICHARDSON &COLEMAN, t ATTORNEYS AND C'OUNSELLORS AT LAW, No. 5 Commercial Place, New Orleans. fe9 tf l EAYFNESB. 1e DR. W. L. DAVIS, SAural Surgeon and Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon has removed to No. 131 Canal street. between Basin and St Franklln. te Dr. Davis can he consulted daily at his office; Hours of consultation on Deainesa and kindrd affi. d tions. from 10 A. M.. to 2 P. M. ap5 tf 1 JoHN HENDERSON, Ig DEALR AIN , .-WINES AND- LIQUORS, 1- No. 88 Tchoupitoulas street felO ly INew Orleans F. JOHNSON, ,t. F UNDERTAKER, 'e No. 325 Rampart street, between Delord and t'alliope. - Metallo, Mahogany, Walnut and Plain COFFINS Id always on bhmd. 8, All orders for Carriages promptly attended to. l mhU ly SO D CONDON, .* RUNDERTAKER, No. 213 Magazine street, corner of Delord, New Orleans. Beeps constantly on band alrge assortment of Metallo Buria Cases and Caskets; also, Mahogay, Walnut, and plain Cottin. Bodies disinterred, emba ed, and care. I- lly shipped. Carriages to hire. mbh5 ly r A LEITZ. ie UNDERTAKER, No. 885 Tchoupitoulas street, between First and Second. Hearses and Carriages for hire. Funerals attended to in person by the proprietor; and be hopes, by strict attention, to obtain a share of the Spublic-patronage. aple ly y J.HOULAHAN HOUSE, SIGN, AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, No.375 St. Charles street, New Orleans. B- Box 163 Mechanics' Exchange. It Orders solicited and promptly atjended to. mha2 3m JAIES D. .LAeuLY. WILuuiA Bo0. It KELY & HOGAN, Manufacturers and Dealers in ~BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, AND I AAGS, French and Amerlian, Nos. 99 and 101 Canal street, and No. 5 Chartge street. New Orleans. Gold Medal awarded for beet home-made work at.State. r Fair of 1868. Y Silver Medal and Three Blue Ribbons for best Trunks. SValises, and Bags at State Fair of 1868. mh8 3m e JAMES REYNOLDS, - 1 e Noe. 160 AND 162 POYDRAS STREET. h Near St. Charles, New Orleans. k 0ANrFAcruan orF SMARBLE MANTELS, MONUMENTS, TOMBS, AND TOMB STONES. id SCabinet, Pier, and Plumber Slabs made to order. d N. .B,--Marble and Brick Tombs built after the latest desiens, and executed in a workmanlike manner and as cheap, if not cheaper, than by any other Marble estab. C lishment in the city. I CRESCENT DRUG STORE, it 10 Canal Street, opposite Christ Chlrch. Li In carge of e HENRY i. T AUZIN, SDRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, (Lately with T. K. Finlay). c Prescriptionas areflly compounded. All the standard SPatent Medlcines and Ierfmery for sale. The uasines is carried on for the family of the late Dr. WILLIAM CLEARY, and the public may depend that nothtin but fesh, pure, Renune artcles will be sold or uaed: D.. P. SCAnLA, o i fe For the Administration. CARPET WAREHOUSE, a S19...........CHaE&TRE5 UTREET.......... 1 e BROUSSEAU & CO., Importers, offer at low prices a CARPETINGS, English nd American, of all kinds, a FLOOR, Furniture and Enamel OIL CLOTHS. MATTING-300rolls China, 10 peces Cocos.e WINDOW SHADES, Table andPano Covers. CRUMB CLOTHS, Drugget, Linen, Felt. CURTAITNS, a, Reps Wornte. Damask, etc. FURNITURE COVERING, Linen and Cotton, n Stripes, etc. - . CORENICES. Bands, Pins. etc. re9 3m d SLOAT'S ELLIPTIC SEWING MACHINE. ti TIlUMPHANT AT THE LOUISIANA STATE FAIR! ti I am sellina them now at the very low price of FIFTY DOLLARS, and with each will thlrow in one or McCall's Royal Charts for Fititng Lalies' Dresses, at the Great Southern Machine and Variety Store. mhl 6m M. S. HIE)RICK. 87 Canal street. IHNRY UTHOFF, FURNITURE DEALE , No. t 155Camp street, same old stand, oppoeitdSt. at. rlck's, New Orleans. T Keepe constantly oen bnnltd a go assortment of Bed teadas, MattreMes, ArmolIrs, Tables, Soesd , Chairs, t Looking Glasees, etc. Furniture taken on Storage. fore9 3m ATTIIEW WARD, FURNITURE AND BAG gage Wagon, No. 371 Melpomneu street, New Orleans. V Furniture taken down andi put up, and l'ianoe removed carefully, on most reammable ternsm. - SOrier may be left at the Music Store of Mesers. Zorn U & Brlrenr, bo. 9i Camp streeb F The Car stanuls at the-corner of Camp ani P'oydnls I streets. " mil ly - WM. KELLY, BUILDER, ('OtIINER MAGAZINE is IV antni Terplichorn' streets. Itepfirii. ftting nilt, and c all .jli, IVork in lis lino oatiotlactorily attendedi to. i ].]'OI'E INSUI ANCE CO3r'"C. OF EWn " Ol]f.E:,ANS. Oillre--no. 21 Camp strict, near Celmmnon. Louis Barne·tt. Secretary. DI REK('WU4 : Lafayette Felger, JohbrJ. A-tims, P. hialonh'ee, Thomas N.Blake, C.-W.trsalubry, Aug. Coutnrit. di Felix A. Ducroes, Thee. B. Miller, Hy. Peychaud. fel6 tf TIVNDOV GLASS, PA INTS, WALL P'APER, WINDOW SIhADES, ETC. IA large end well selected stock of the above goods Ss always on hand and for eule at greatly reduced prices at Fm the paint ste of Ti N. WHEELAAEN, V fev Iv --N.l0Csl st. Cs BOOKS AND STATIONERY. -T. ._ __a__ -B EO BLANK BOOKS S No. 76 CAMP STREET, NEW OILEA7& 1 Blank Boeks of every alsoe and style made to oenter, anad Books neatly buand. - - Job Printing, such asCamts, Bill Heads, Letter Heads,. d C BiLrnal Lding, ete., neatly and promptly exe ented at the lowest market rates., ,I G VE OUR OWN PRINTING OFFICI'S AND BINDERY. e ad Odes respectfully solicited and carefully atte;it , fem p F. OGARTY-a CATHOLIC BOOESELLER ANDS TIONER, c - 151 Camp street, opposite St. Pm hk's Church, a Has a general stock of SCH BO OOKS, esp~clally these used in Catholic So and Colleges. Bibles, Praybr Books, Stadad Mtellanrsoum Works, ap pes Proved bythedghest C sloaatherities. AU the latest Sti Cathollc Publicatons ds. edoals, Crueixes and rall. glrus Picture._ agent for all Catholio Newsps Spers and Magasies. Base Balls, Bats, Bases, and Score o" Books. - felp'a m J. x. Kcal si e..lncKtr. a R & DICKEY3 A D Y wulOLasALk AND 0lrA;I BOOKSELLERS. AND STATIONERS, 106 Canal Street, New Orleans, La. n Law, Medical, Misaellaneoous, chool, and Juvenile SRooks. fe9 3m' to P ILIP.ANTONE, , f BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, I No. 103 'Josephine Street, next door to St. Mary's German Church, k Keepmon'hand general stock of Catholic Prayer Books Bibhes -Live of- Salnts Aste t-Oontroverasx - Histortcal works. Also Ifieaals, Breviaries, Altar cards, I Cruets, Sanetuary Lamps, OUil-stooka, Pilp Ciboriums and Chalices; a large assortment of Beasa and Medals D Crucilixes, Holy-water Founta, Statues, Lace, and all B kinds of religiois Pictures.- Also, the only pure Wax Candles of the United Sates. etc., etc.; at thie lowest prices. Pictures. Counters, Show-cases, etc., framed and made d Sto order. ap19 6m GASFITTERS AND PLUMBERS. a' D. MciENDRICK. ,e. HOUSE AND SHIP IPLUMBER, GAS FITTER, ETC. d lie 464............MAGAZINE STREET........... 464 lad Between Race and Robin, o, C- From twenty years' practical experlease in the businesa, can warrant all work entrusted to him. No pains shall be spared to merit the confidemc of his patr°s, byhav. id. ing all orders promptly exeeuted with th best mstirlals i and latest Improvements, on the mst mederalte teri)a. n ad DWELLINGS, OFFICES. STOR., etc., he Fitted up with Water and Gas Pipe. 01 HOT, COLD, PLUNGE, f And Shower Bathing Apparatus. T WATER CLOSETS WAHSSTANDS, T ZINC, - COPPER and GALVEANIZED IRON. B GAS FIXTURES, CHANDELIERS, etc., CHALLENGE COOKING RANGES, mhl ly For hot water pipe pttacbments. SJ JountN'InTIr'. N. U. APrLOLATL I McINTYRE & APPLEGALE, . PLUMBERS, t ND-EW ORLEAS w -Dealers in Cooking Ranges and Boilers, Barth Tabs, S te Water Closets, Wash Stands, Kitchen Sinks. Lift and Force Pnum, Ale Pnmp.s Sheet ad Lea d pi, a and Plated Cooks of all patterns. "146 ................POYDRAS STREET ............. 146 NEW ORLEANS, w N. -.-A~enta for Colwell's, Shaw & Willard's Patent pi Tin Lined Pipe. ydrats put up, extended, and repaired. Repairing neatly done. .fe ly - BAKERIES AND BREADSTUFFS. in D M A RGA RE T,"-(MARGARET HAUGHERY.) BREAD AND CRACKERS BAKER, at No.76 New Levee, near Poydras street, New Orleans. w. Keepe constantly on hand a large msaortment of Bread, b. Cream Biscuits, and Crackers of every description ; all Cl made by machinery, at lowest market prices. mbl ly A DH. HOELZEL, LOUISIANA FLOUR, CORN AND As L RICE MILL, Nos. 268 and 270 Tchoupitolas street, (old numbers 96, 2 andnd 300,) New Orleans, La. -Constantly on hanid WHEAT. RYE and RICE FLOUR, CORN MEAL, G HOMINY, GRITS. CHICKEN and COW FEED. Orders promptly attended to, and delivered free of charge. - mnhl3n tic 'd EDUCATIONAL. Al d T. STANISLAUS ACADEMY, BAY ST. LOUIS. b S Mi.s.-This institutiuon conducted by the Brothers m of the Sacred Heart, Inrs leen in auceeafull operation since 1855. It is beautifully situated on the shorms of the ay, commanding an extensive view of the Gulf,-and .affrdlng all the advantge, of the sea breea. The spacious recreation groaunds, well ls s ever te greens -.the holiday walks in the neighborlng Vib and sa-nating in ,.ummer, are for the pnpils grat liset. monts to healthful amusement. con - The delightful aituation of Bay St. La and th falli. ty of aeceas to the place, at all aetasoh of the year, are so well known that only a Ilasning notice of these advan- a gt necessary. - - The system of government in thlslustitutioin 1s strictly ea mild and paternal, unfractions of the established rules being prevented by a constant watching over the coo- m duet of the pnpils - T. rotgl ou and moral Instruction of the pupils a dre their .lonmest comfort are attended to with the utmost solie;htnle, and constant attention is given to the forms Il tion ,:' character by inculcating principles of vtrtue, and habits. ,' polilteness, order, neatnsem, and Industry. on Te .ch,.hlastie yeayr commenceson the 15th of Janua, of and en I. on ithe last Tlhursday of November, thnu the B t annual , :ation lasts about six weeks. Feu Pnpils .re received at any time of the year. The age En of andmission is from seven to sixteen years. ' The course of education comprises all that is taught In 1 commercial institutiLns, nmely: Readling Penmanship, I English and French Grammar, Compoeltion, Arlithmne 10 Book-keeping, Algebra. Geometry, etc. YTE It H:S Board and -Tuition. per easlon, payable half yerly- in e lvnDoctr ............................ .......... 00~ Vacation, if spent at the intitution.............. o 00 - EXTRA CHARGES: 151 Pano ane Violin, I'r month, each................ 00 d SUse ,,f 1llano, ltr month.......................... . F Flute, I*'r 1otl:hr......4...................... SBrn;n Ilnstru.n;.. t, r .moth................ ... I t ft Spanish andi Gcrn-nan languages. per mouth, each.. ii 00 13 EMalh larlrdr hould Is' proaind with twelve shirts i twelve in-wkt nhantdker-llchiefs twlIve pir stackings, six T Scravats, four pair of drawers. aix towels, six tsble nap- Lu; kine. four enlrummrn frock rana., cix pair meumer pants- due hlunll, two, wi,:'r coatn, ts,, pair winter pantluoon, T lhlr,-,- i el, shI.n.I e ,llnl( CI,. olt nnantr'eo. (C f,,t long and 21 coo lilrad.) ol,,,dolublh s' EOlw,)|Iblaniket. onne pillow, four pil--rev, low alma-a. tr-let pail" nheet,-. nine mosuquito Isr, combs. A. brnshle, etc., al umarkei witl the name in ficll. A i No aivanc-ns are ounllle lby the in.titution for clothing. T traveling, plocket noncy, etc., unless a sum of money he En Tdelsited to cNver tlhene expenses. tml The umber of pupir is lmitet. Parents nd · oluar- ol diane will hind it ulvantageobs to enter their aom or wardls in the b.ginning of the session. For Yarthnr-particulars, apply bv letter to Brother rei Odon, 1)irtor of the Academy, aldrsesed to Bay St. T -Lonllls. (i5niecilstsue',) iss. led Rltngaerlcxs-Mr. Thomas Layton, President of the H Sostuhern Bank, New Orlemns Rev. Father Jourdon, duo i up erior of tie Jeanltl' College, New Orlsas; Rev. T Father Duorer, Psetor of the Annnelation Church, Gai Third District, New Orleans; Brother Athanuilua, cor ner of Lawrence and Minmachusetts streets. Mobile; Cel VyerRe. eler, a.t the Cathedral, Mobile ; Rev. Father SI Coyle, St. Vincent Church, Moblle. fs0 Ptoj EDUCATIONA PASSC C 8BTIAN COLLBG PAIS C313E1A . M Inoep eatud Osb as oft th Chriatian Brothmers. e Die ds aum tt _d _ ,tle asst e Mll _ aving lorg felt tho y udconenienes ahi ageedig an Sloss ing aot sel in t t, the Christisan Bethsi bm-v I n trtu .etn c ry, aeiirta t prolace onw tla I i. for nt me c , tnd the ae m thL nadte lo tmi of Inf their patrons and the public ht s vie, Is fItd up In astyewch en anot a wma iTe t a favorite resaet to students and their pemb eadat. a m' D ite swa to tine mummer exoulm The paclos buildingm s of the eel nw ao ied or - edleatenatel purpofte the ample and welltL d play o, grounds an d surrom n lln groven, t.he sa.ih. e...o of the wiote.npred psne et in tCol he rear, tt. - purtmmite. for sebthing afforded it tbhe GlfW Matly io tr , darnd teu lle t futve lop . sea b .sR M oe3 in mkit. Pto tChristin C g. e whatever it o aNlea could culim fer It, or any of teir patr ew l pe: That nothing might be swantonanto ther slik. a comply agynm alum baa beer onustrATned, prealenq py inbr in uselect work estabelised, and oa na0 eo in I from the stat dise Lgisltre, B e ieha th espw tuit. l Ate arEGerM R :or. hridn•.tint- Toermaor i e onftr ienr ribl and bad at The as roomsn, atudcy oball dortorsyt, e tSie r ae nra cale e, oa teiao a i nt'he co y10 d a. With greater m mll ies .. to..han those . .t ed va for thei Chrinti lauirothera the favtio- the pubmlicnthe now lbe better abut. ae, as foli dwl r mtra and intellectual devolopi.m.pr.. bp. . qa committed to their care. Tahe sytemo thee mild aind parrentral yet frm In enfor..ing . . ee Ur. ofentablismeddiaiptine,. Nd stude onttwirt lathao.r who e manner and morale are notat ieiery. s a of aln denominatione are admitted, and tLbe religiou. opinions are unreatrlcted. The acadoemi year commaence on the m irat Me dayia September and ends at the beginning of July. N. , II.-Csseisw be kep uyL during vIcation, for it the. who may drestretoAal tlaselre uarof the oppor tunity. TERMS: Paymeuts-Term of fwe mouths, nvaritahly in advance Board, waringr, tuition, and doctorars e, per terr of oavesmont..es be phlsicely............. SIT10 Entrance foe, to be paid once only..10 Music-Piaeno, per tnet of Lits. m ...ommio...... . S ontl ulio, (strin gs firnianhed),.pcr telt -frv. - - cimonty. ts .............:.h.i................... 98 If Mui ic-Flcte, or any other wn d instrumiRl, ft r s term of live umonthst.........u ................. O e Dramngt per temtl of five monthl................ 24 l Use of inatru enta. in the atucly of natural philomlO x phy and clrmmttry pner essithn......... ...ee.n at a no kw AII, Prmtsldanert. AIn lt in New rlefns-.Cmarle ). Elder. No. 140 Psoy AU Christian lirothers-Corner of Poefrreanud oucher streets, New Orleans, La. This Insetittiona uorporated by in act of the Lmgli Tltura of the year lMot, and empowered to grant Dillo mos, confer Degrees. aumi beesiowaltliterary honre, tA'em many a tveantager for the phyaica, mora, aud intellectual r. devtlopmnt of Studnts. It Is commomious And well wentlated ; situated in a quiet and healthy et of t e city. Ite aneeasfo career is marked by the .high degree f pubhlic confidence it ealrelady gained, sad the anual incre to the lumbl r o Students The arter of goy. Sernment is mild and parental, yet firm in enreing time Loboerance of eatabiacemt dimipline. No pupil will he v. receiwed from another College Without Unexceptionahle tetimonolsurtand none witi retained whoe maonner andi morals are nmt satisfactory. Pupils of all denoni. nations-are .l.mitted, and their religious opinions me unrestricted. TERMS: r., Paymentato beU mae quarterly in advance, as fllow The brat, on tie first Mondtay in teie mber; tie second, on November 15th; the ilmimit. on ebrmuary lot; and the fourth, on April 1ath. Tuition-(Colegisate anro Cmmereial Courses) per quarter o months ...... ................1r 00 Tnitl Qn co nd FrtPreeparantory Clos- a q ter of moth............................ 15 00 ion-Thir Preparatoryt Clss, per quarter of w month ................................".... I e Tuition-Fourth Preparatory Cla., per quarter of t monthe .. ...... . .................... 10 00 Ba nof qBoarders n............ ..................2 0o EXTRA CHARGES. Muio-Pino, per quarter. - .............. 1500 oViolin, et - fr.... B3 0 SFouea , or any othier Wind Instrum et, per quarter....... .................. ISI n. Drawtng ....................... .......... 1!0 Studentsl elntering after tme beginning-of-a qarter, will pay the quarter in funl but properded thin r the time elapsed, if-a wleek or more from the eginning of the said quarter tothe time of entering, will be made m ae, the bi fort the enlsuing quarter SBooks and Stationery fornished at currsetpens. e, No edction ct for absence, except in s or protracted illness or Udismissal In rwhich latter case, boyver, it in 1 reLpetllIyuggested to psrente and guardians to -ear in mind that when a Student leawe the Inetittion without permission,or doea not atisfactely Acount lr at protracted absence, when he repeatedly transgreses tL rnol of the College in matters of Importance and after ig puroper dlmonltlo, incurs, according to the Preeident' judgment, the penalty of expulsion, theeirstory de not old nthemselves beound to refund any of the moey pa in advance. No-Student received ftor a shorter period than one - nerter. No dednoetin ine when withdrawn during . te unarter, no matterhow u orta time he ay ha bet in the Collegne. te ee.COsURSE OF STUDIES. English Literature( Logic and Rhetoric, Hitory, i, Ancient and ModernElocutioMetaphyicEti, T Chemistry. Algebra, higher; Geometry, Plan Solid, and Spherical; Trhigonometry, Surveint Naatlon Analytical Geometry DiuMferendtlband ont r iClosilu SAstronouy, Natural milomophy; French, Gmmmar a Composition; Latin and reepk. COIU3RCIAL. Grammnar, EpistolaryCorrepondenc Competion. deogray Areithmetic: Baok-de p. History. French. paid to Penmanship. I RA5RATOT . Junior Class-Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithuse. ticl Tahles, Cypherilng, and Frens eading. Intermediate Classes-In adition to the abow. Geographyy Egish Grammar, Arithmetic, ntellectual. Mg. elelent French, Music. wocal and insirn. mental, and Latin rmmar. - 'OP' ogAL erUDiaa-rvnxxCu, iatWuco, RUNG. Special attention is gitben to the Musical Department, both wocal and Instrumbutal. Two hrass bonds, the member of which are chsen among the student of the College, rehearse daily under the guilauoe of a compe The Comumereal Depasrtment is expresly desIgned for youeng men who intend to devomte themselvs to the ac countants profession. There is an examintion held each qnuarter, when the student'aare promotemd, tLmumgh they may he ptnm..d oftener in cae of remar•alueprofcisncy. At thiand of or t year is held the publc examination at th cel of which premlms are distributed aooOrming to merit, Vacations o ,m mnce about the d of July, ane end Tn the first Monday in September. Agent in New Orleans -Charles D. Eldmer, No. 140 ,y dras street. Post-oice aoddress. Box sr114. fe CTCHARLES COLLI2UE.-THR SESSiON AT ST. on threathiof October, t too ed arusual, t oheut p te Ib lio Board. TluitIon, Washinga. Statinay,-and Medical Fee., quo In gold, or the equlvalent in public currteny. Entrance fee 010. Book. and Medicine. form extra charge., yMusic, at the option of the parelrnts, o per month. The articleo of Bedding, if furnshed y the Collegte. 010 per annum. The ge of admi aton Isom ten to fiten years. It