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hement = "Oeadfit;t!ºh rtejdbp
arrive at h$ hill, ,iieulta
fortae die b..g .
economy all morals,, are *invrse 4"
vIn e eommunityu "i j No&RdC`te
persons ww are
Tý or
to act the "g au asl Ielmms many
pwom ee de
stil to-be perfosmed akin think th
d arer Cathol Ch
and ere ' b ofit nearly eert leadinge, vi
of its of asystem, lifthei eonomy
cc up thictufoeJll ' i a aor der.
inaente shaldsi be don the attempt
are" scnt orfa h ther wesat "ih
o*etween' e He a sa A th _ Rrr esA d of n
dom ceases; i lnte-Beavetaske s aun bds
- eB wil never be]a lls tds will bethat
served, ms asll tht in `o d n the s em
finduir wsi h emali utisuie ý bg e
A w whah s bieeme atolaiate d, or d the
tncient .Chaceh..w h!hsB.hedome Ameios- •
ied. Whatvrof taereiis of+tsi a dorer, andle
den dmostof "a life. Political economy ha
Supin t the, tIateve thehure s oare about
ilents and i nsenaibly to a.n rthe attempt
cording to Mr. Lowe, ot of thoe hundrd " oh
belongto the Irh Protestant Church the Headstf b
efflishmcient. The Cathol ic system will of
-serveick, andfor allnstnc, has a popalation of
weleven to itho ad no one hundred d twre ntyo
inquire in 184~o whetZ itisthis alledC que, For
hAmerica weohich has beortion tofi population
anthe bishop ree w hs £40s0, andAmerican
ed. Whatevmore. Bt there of hundred auindble
elght-three thou and four handred and 1
in this Church, whatever there is of gocd ap
suitable In the universe, Aqrlcawill assuredly I
InItti CHURCH Bzronx.-In Ireland, ac
cording to r. Lowe.. out of one hundred of
forhe persopulations e seventy-e ignored _b hioman
and ohialergy. There are two eeelesauti
calchiefs in Ireland. One istants and twbpelve
Trench of the EIrish Protestantd EliChurch ChEstarcb-h,
- three hundredand ninety-fotwelve ouat of
every hund of the po, ion; the otherly
eleven thousand one hundred aad twenty- I
-we iongto-theEstablished-C o rch, For
bishop'Trench weeks above the Lord High
Chis care this portion of the tr y of
the I Cllen o state
the bishop receives £40, Arabishop Trench re
e£12,000 more. But the three hundred and
alforty pClen does ar whollye pgnoredy. Theim
cleand hicle 'hblshbrep are ecclesias
of good society; *thee of the C t awe
cal chies in Ireland is thOne is Archbishop
itrench of the eclesiasticalished Etiong in IrelChurch,-
el the whole body of twel native peopleut of
every hundred oftached to whplaton; contd oter
is Cardina p pereen, who ilethe Roman the
church of the stranger is  and sup
orted by the ndGoverment--tspihe tone of
Protestantauthorities has been taanting ardI
exasperating. Mr. Janes Godkin, _ very in
telient y-eightnsible writer upon these Arnb
jectbishop thench rigks above the Lord whom
are have been beore indebted, quotea from
the charge of the English Bishop of Kilmore
in Ireland, who, as he says, kicks the Irish
by remarking "that it was t righteous
judgement of God that the Roman.Catholrd
shonamely, likthe twhole uodyofthenatlve of the
famiy of Aaron, 'croach for a morsel of :
bred'" And again; " Should the'British
Parliament consent to degrade they considweaer
sister chureh in preland to a evelhurch, with the
Church of thome, as a recognr is fed teaher ofsup
the people, it will spit nhe overnmethe fate of the
Enstantauthorities, who mst share in the de
exasperaton which the other s okn aers;"
HOME WITHOUT A MoTarR.-- What is
home witho and sensible writer upon mother's sreseae,- It is
like havihe bee a book to readeb without the aid
of lightarge like the face of nature wihoutf the
.sun's bright and soothing rays; like winter
without beautiful, cheering s mmer; l ike a
mariner cast upon the migtty deep without
aj udder or cod mpathasst o Roman Catholic bark
safe into port; like ering winter n
claimed bylike the unfaithfueeng smiles of spring.
Oh, thereof is an inexhaustible source ofpleas
ure and profit in t;at home wherein ; ten
der mother dwells, from whence and rom
whom may be derived the wisest maxims
andrules of bliRome, as life ! Ind teac home
may be found the obedient child, the duti
fuldation hter andthe tenderand affectionate
son. here alo A may be seen every virtue
thatean dignify human nature, and make
this transient lif most tr'ly happy. In as
a word,'here may be acquired lethobeauties
and knowledge of the world, without the
danger of being infected by its bad example
Whsunt is like t ande innocence and purity of
chmarildnerood Just look into the eye of a
child. Seb there the clear wells of unde
iled thuge ist! Whaust can be more beauti
ful ? How unsuspectingly it looks up, and
little orbs meet yours! In prayer, how
earnest; in oy, how sparkling; in sympa
thy, how tenier
Inthe d profith of the sea the water a tre
still; the dweviest grief is that borne in
silence; the deepest love flows through the
eye and touch; the purest joy ma un
speakable ; the most impressive preacher at
a funeral is the silent one whose lips are
cold.
SAk.
PIANO PORTE' WAUL m . -.
1d0.L - CHlMII 31II3ISV OP4A
No.. NO Cash, eeer, xsw br4)y
SeleAgmant eo 00tabaes
STWINWA TT ION'S PZANOS,
xAao. 4 AMxtas ORGANS,
Bth of whisk rae a sasthed 1sag irises at the
bshesm er al si oee seesder men
eUr d a ~oeto 1
Al.oe handy, it aase
the
oo . teVti P p i OIna
a=- sar bomad.
t -* - BLmK ROOKS
la-mp R solo. setnsd. stylore nid etdera.
1. FR. oobarrd.
lrer as l.of lag tom tly astende toel, as
Bookpn . 0 . ts T
A OR rS ELR AND STATIONERR
1 Cseop street, eppete St. Pa"te . .Mredh,
Has a gsneral sleek rt SCHOOL ROOKS, especially
thse used-in, Cathll Sentsio and Colleges. Bibles,
Imyr eaks, S4ard and s m Work, --a
Sbyt ihstCatdsllo authorities. All the latest
set
sen stree ts, Bw Ord Sleea.s
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
o. 1s Joseopin Seet, next d .e to St. Mnary's
iSo ma . OU . . r
oes-kof CathBliT Pr.overe
J. . 3erll ll.am. end U. pon 3 ta.
P YLL & DICKEY.
UNDERTASRS-RUILDERS.-PAINTERS.
F. JOKESiTNDERTAKER,
No laS ERmpart street, between Dseord and Calliope.
Netalie, Mahogbay, Walant sad Plain COFFINS
always on hand.
All orders for Carriages promptly sttended o. y
SCONDON, NDERTAK E R, -
No. Se3 Magaeine street, corner of Deloed, New Orleans.
BulCaso and. C eke, Mehagmy, Walnut, and.
0 s odppeid ] d=itrredbm e ar.·
app.Carriages to hire. zhbS ly
A. UNDERTAKER,
No. 8ATSheaupiteele street, between First and See·
Hearses and arrlss for hire.
Fanesmnl attended to i persen by the proprietorr and
be hopes, by strict attention, to obtain a share of the
public patronage. -- aplO ly
ANDREW LEO,
HTUSE CAFE-LNTER,
No. 913 St. Charles street, between St. Joseph and Julia
streets, New Orleans.
All orders promptly attended to. mys Sumn
W. KELLY, BUILDER, CORNER MAGAZINE
Wi and Terpsichore streets. Repairing fttg up, and
all Job Work in lil line etlaleetorily at to
J.HOULAHAN
HOUSE, SIGN, AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
No. 375 St. Charles street, New Orleans.
Box 163 Mechanics' Exchange.
Orders seliclted and promptly a htendodtea-mbl 3m
BAKERIES AND BREADSTUFFS.
" AR GARE T,"--(MARGARET HAUGHERY.)
BREAD AND CRACKERS BAKER,
No.76 New Levee, near Poybras street, New Orleans.
Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of Bread,
Cleam Biscuits, and Crackers of every description; all
made by machinery, at lowest market prices. mhl ly
L RICE MILL, No. IN and 70 Tchoupltoulas street,
(old numbers 98, 998 and 300,) New Orleans, La.
-Constantly on hand
WHEAT, RYE and RICE FLOUR, CORN MEAL,
HOMINY, GRITS, CHICKEN and COW FEED.
Orders promptly attended to, and delivered free of
charge. obnh 3mn
C AHILL & COFFEY
JACKSON CORN MILL AND FEED STORE,
Nos. 796 Levee and 35 Water streets, Fourth District,
NEW ORLEANS,
DRZASs IN
Hfay Corn, Oats, Bran, Flour, Potatoes, Oil Cake, Rock
alt, etc., and Manufacturers of Seltl aisng Flour.
Al. have constantly on hand. a superior qqslity of
fresbh-ground Corn Meal. Oat Meal, Hominy, OGrlts,
Chickn and Cow Fee Corn Bras, t.
All orders promptl flled and shipped, and goods de
livered in any part of the city lfr s odrnykge
We sell cheap for Cash. lve us a carl and convince
yourselves. pil ly
SA.. .s .. .. I sMU . y't- .
RNEAL S An  A.m!' . -
a0. S1 coacsaL i a,
New Odeims.
Ne,140 Poyras street, New onleeps,
sig e"nl Aeat nor iy CalegIs, Co Ments, and
Academise it Southern and Weatec States. .eers
(gates) teallites to parenta and soealime who wIeh to
elecs schobls Erm their hlrsmd WedMs.
Cethcol( Imnettutu IOU , bate thdueir pet. end
ay ether ls.mesuse ames sy
In , a4 s ," . -I c a L
Boo. t4.s e4sas.e'x* o.sems, La
"INTER AND LIQUOC S,
N 11 Cear Ne. Oseans
-Nekf HISos,
Ca'rer of Glrhd, eme abve the Cy Hall.
1s4. i . ,155.im. . -SoaDB
s:n We wabshi strte, Jarr constme,.
IICHRIION rL OEXA, - _.
No147 t ADCTWENTn EOt D AT rw.
Noet. wee TrdManel p ltesaoN AvOess. t
wr uS AND LIQUORS,
Ie ly eNew O rk.
G.HIE ORG OYD, COMMISSION -,
No. 1 .St. Charles tt .No. 155
Corner, o aird Twi, ne Irore above the. Citr, .
M PR. SAMUEL .ENOLDS,
No. N Washington street~ orner Constance,
N Camp New New Orl,
Country her servces toy attenfed to.
o B-el.a.!, a. s apt
HENRY E. SHARoP,
aFEas e ncrd.aee
No. 147 anmd 140 EAST TWENTY . SECND STREET.
Between Third end Leinst Avenues,
apes ly New York.
C amSX &OYD, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
And Dealers in -
BiNog. , Rope and Twine. Iron Tieo. .Hay. Cosr, and
No. 84 Poydras. Street, New Orleans.
CITY MONEY AT A PREMIU hommdr work at
a~r o~ ~RR HART,
Vled BWholesale and Retofl Dealers inm8 m
,MEB BBYNO.LDBi,"PB.
FANCY. AND STAPLE GROCERIES.
No.r Camp street. Nw Orleans.
LCountry ode promptly attended to.
f  b tluan, P6
J lanes A unt. wussaxmoeas.
SC Manubtureand Dealrs. in
BOTS, SHOES- T IN., VALISES. AND BAGS,
DetFrenT and AmeOTriHCY,
No. nd 101 Canal street, and No.5 Chatre street,
11e Orleans. ,
Fair of 185. -11
lver Madl ind e in Ribbons for eat Trnks.
Non. 100 AND 104 POYDRAS STREET,
Nea St. Chas, New Orleans.
NRU UTHO, xUr_,ltne, O t
MARBLE MANTELS, MONUMENTSa, TOMBS, AND
Cabinet, Pier, and Plumber Slabs made to oer.
N. B.lMarble and Brick Tombe built after the latest
cheap, if not e.heser, than by any ot erMree
h ICamest ain thse of y. . fee hA
CRESCEINT DRUG STORE OI
LLPRS b d wt hl one o ct
170 Canal Street td Christ Church street.
y HENRYO .TAUZIN
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY.
Preesodtonsa cnstelyon ended. Althe standrd
Patent medicinTes, and Tee eS, O.f, hle
The busie cad omte fly ofber the lete
deDr. WILLIAM CLEARY Atnd the public may dend
that norathin be thes onrn, eser ulo v ambp
s or use D. P. SC ll
CARPET WAREHOUSE, PAT,
A. BROUSSAU A CO., Importers, offer at low prices
CARPETINGS. English and tAmerican, of he k.inds
M goRF p rnt u nUs Enel OILstLrTH
aos . e , Cocos.
CRUMBl CLOTHS, Dr nla gg et Linen, elt.
'FURNITURE COVERING, Linen and Cotton,
Stripes, etc.
CORNICES. Beadd s Pint. etc. feo 3m
eLOAT'S ELLIPTIC SEWING MACHlINE.
coreflly, on meet reseoatbleterms.
felt If
wmsemi .I Leouisad CaOM eisk ,w. Od~,nsd ko
., . LATRCb OF,'T* SODA as WAT
ewim oi d tormaulrlister i, Irm. and wor.
da. the Soda WatsR and Meud t a ,
GoLD & ., _ 85es nata I s'x -a
te-Zlem'akr r t .ua u4 Jalsroe
ADW ATD ORLOUE MATIBW O AVRES.
0 U TEA * O R G ~IUTLERT.
BL C  MITU8,
brstwe St. Joseph and Jua l ~ .ster.
m TOnd lne.l... eeg. 5i ~ 0ad woIorerdi td.
0 A.ME 'OAK OOGEW STOVZ i
SFITTE RS AIn USnR
Gow M.DALWaant SU 1, AT I.UinA SrrTs
Swt ,, e Wa me the state,
wrm ad est nde . te ·pal. aaet
oelle m, isr m7es ..A oli.stret.
D Wtedu wl, dealr ia eas aP N
TI Cp otret; Cew OrLan PL.
nh.g, Otainag, and o blade ofJopp ingtd. it
STEAM BOILER MANUNACTUBERS
BLACKSMIDTBA5,
eoe. 183 and 183 Fulto, sad 213 New Levee street.
between St. Joseph sad Julia attest..
Low Prsure Locomotive limed sad Cylinder 3Boil
=* denti, More ard m icO.Pez aule attli short.
WillH mke conmtractofor Biers,,and'allm necessry can.
neGAS ITUeach Cire , B , te a.,nd
m rand vales, ea Cbmall nd reoeehmg. al
An work hiliwWd bemosrnfah at theo lw
Smhe ity or hotel wsbere. pi alm
PJLa and eho M.l H. avLIeATed
GAjSFTTERS PLUMBERS,-ES.
- --N-
MOUSE ANdD SIP PLUMEER, GAS dTE, m
144............M..APOYADR STREET...... .44
Betwee. Bas me Rb
From twenty years' practicl ezpeuisaesia the bades..,
a. bw--- all wfor Colw-l', haw illards Pat
he spared smest theedee at hispae. ., by ban.
me latest t rpeseemeat, oa ths uet od~eate~em
DWELLINGS, OIFFCES, STORES, tet,
S Fitted up with Water ad Ga Pipe.
OT, d COLD, PLUNGE,
dnd Shower Bthldg Appartus.
SHEET LEAD, ZAUCETS,
ZINC,
GAS FIXTURES, CHANDELIERS, eta.,
CHALLENGiE COOKING RANGES,
abi ly For hotwater pipe attsahmieift
JOHN SWrILn . IL AP1IZoATL
MCINTYRE A APPLEGALE,
PLUM BE BS,
DealersCCoking Rages and Boilers. Blth Tuhe,
end Force Pumps, Ale omps, Sheet an Iie P~pe
Braos end Plated Cocks of all patterns.
146................POYDRAS STREET.............146
NEW ORLEANS,
N. B"- Senta for Coiwell', Shaw & Willarde Patent
,,drmuts put up, extended, and repaired. Ii r ng
EDUCATIONAL.
T. STANISLAUS ACADEMY, BAY ST. LOUIS.
S M10.-Thisntittion, condUeted -by the Brothers
-f the laed Heart, b been in suLene s tmoHeum
sla i l. It is beautifully situated en the hore of th
on, 'saradlt an extenivelt ew of te Guilf, and
di a e d ctntag es .t the ma seease.
The pe atiouaeatin l otnde woll hd he evr
geen5s the hrd walksG m nt eiuhb onn t  wo ics, n
eaUana p ien m e, o renm t inthe-pus at .inst
-anta h Mth l amusement.
Tbe delsght'asitnation of Bsy St. Lonus or thi fall
wraell known that aoaly, petcn -notles of tl ne le
being ravented by a constant.watPhing over the on-u
duct . the pupils.
T,i religione and moral instruction of the pupils and
their domestic comfort are attended to with the utmost
-olicituel. and constant attention is given to the forma
tion of 'areracter by inculcating principles of virtue, and
halite ,f politenes. order, neatness, and industry.
The eholaatic n year commenceson the 15th of. tnnary.
and endr on the last Thursday of Tovember. thus the
annual vacrtion lasts about six weeks.
Pupils are received st any time of the year. The age
of admission is from seven to sixteen years.
The course of educatlon comprises all that is taught in
commercial instltutions, namely: Reding, Penmanship,
English and French Grammar, Compolsition, Arithmetic,
Book-keeplng, Algebra, Geometry, etc.
TERMS:
Board and Tuition, per session, payable -half yearly in
advance ............................. ...... 0 0
Washing, per sessaion ............................. 10 00
Bdiper sesaion, (optional).................. 10 00
Doctor's 'Fee ..................................... 00
.Vabtion;'if spent attho institotin.............. 50 00
EXTRA CHARGES:
Piano and Violin, per month, each................ 6 00
Use of Piano, per month.......................... 1 50
Plunte, per month............
Brass Instrument, per month .................... 100
ISpadish and German languages per month, each.. 5 00
Each boarder should be provIded with twelve shirte.,
twelve pocket handkerchiefs, twelve palir stockings, six
cravats, four pair of drawers. six towels, six table nap
kins, four summer frock coats, six praierenmer paata
Icons, two winter rsts tw pair winter pentaloons,
three pair s aes, one cap. one matreSs. (5 feet ion and t
broad,) one double woolen blanket, one pillow, foltr nll
low oases, three pair sheots. one moequito her, eombe,
brushee, etc.. all marked with the name in full.
N. advances are made by the institutlon for clothing,
traveling, pocket money, eta.. unless a sum of money be
deposited to cover these expenses.
Tem number of pupil s lmited, Parents and guar.
dian will find It advantageous to enter their sonus or
wards in the beginning of the s ion.
For further particulars, apply by letter to Brother
Odo., Director of the Academy, addressed to Bay St.
Lounl, (lhieldaboro',) iss.
rauxcno-Mr. Thomas Layton, President of the
Southern Bank, ew Orleans; Rev. Father Jourdon,
Superslor of the Jesuits' College, New Orieanms Rev.
Father Durler, Pastor of the Annunciation Church
Third Diatrict, Now Orlean; Brother Athanasius, oar.
nr of Lawrence and Masaehusett streets, Mobile;
Very ev. Pellcee, at the Cstihedral Mobile: Rev. Father
Cyle, Vloent Church, Mosm. fees
.Ise, .A..t .. . .
sl d ta eaes n n t
t mN
5hoeJýg~ wh, mh all
m sae ws wwe ,-iTa -"l
u ]rt, /,eal,a e- alr termy
tranee e, to be pld once only. .wh . t . toa
I eu -la ol le . ot ..... m.... le
Ims " iin (n c ui'A , N. af way
Sc thir anyea oTher o f nar toper
enw ransinte a yotu s
mhs.....ic cemmenme eutbe Srtu Moeely Mi
S nd me .atthe begi in ....... .............
if rav w ........ 0
ntriance he, to be paid tnceonly .... ..... I
Vaconti yCege.1., at! ..... fig ... t o
Mui-Fue, or ay otr wind instrument, per
term of five mouth ..................... a
o it. n the sdy of natural phi
oA ndil I ·sto omnd o
a hLata ab.mar
hy and chemistry per en....................
mem"ers of wh, a cho dO ISmo AH Presedtent..
dwes street. Post" .t.e addres.. Box 904. . .
T. ARS COLLEGE-DECTD BY T
n Christian wmther-Corner of Poyefiarread Fweher
-ttaitor, New aOSeaeas La.
This titatln ineorperated byuan at of the gi. na
mbi, eeer Degreoi hadbetewl litoten ryhea, di
a.ta tbe thephylaalnol. s In
sor h ituated in quiet a nd ealth, p of the
city. to uectl ens re has ewaet by theal d ge
[ pm1clae oadce itn halready gsind, an an e
Imtes g the number of Students. The syste o" gev.
.ri-et Is, ml and paretal, yet Sm In _mem..,l th
oeie frmanother Colsg1without otp1e ,a
tetl8aneals; and none will retainedt wense granse
and otrels are not fatlsor yPuppIs ob ral denemi.
nation nsta l ad n mt e ge aw aos ar
hurth,-ee Ai 1th.
........................................... l10s
Mulc-.Piano, per quarter .................51S N
S lasrmrte, o anythor d.Iarnmene, l _ -
Drawing................. ........:.........I e
Students en-eringl ten
-l tr-, a, P Iwll but
t me.ýL Nd, if aek or maoe hem ther. ia ta
the said qnarter to the time ofrigtela, wl dtee al
Bthbib er the endigtuoar C ter.M
doh sandry UtetlrhisheC a at canretpd In5. -
Nt dedectien Ger absa, once IncaseR , tp ed
llne.s oit dismissal in which flatter ase, howver,
yte pheottor.n
without peredloait doem not satlsetereIlyapspaep er
.-protiacted absence, when he reopeatedly ttaNgeoe the
rhlerf the Cs toege I maltlte of ia qr d wetar
eadmonition incurs. aecorin o the Preident 'a
juaent, the peulty of exphn, the Diretetre do net
ems olhund to ref nd any ubit the mny paid
in adrance.
No Student received forn a e borter perod than uL
Qurter. No deduction made when withdrawn during
nthe go COURSE OF STUDIES.
. a COJ--iAo u. -s a
English Literature, Logic and Rhetorie, Hsory
Ancient sod MOceo Elocution, Metaphysics. Etho .
Chemistry- Algers a gher; Gecmetry, Mrae Solid,
.and pricl Treg... a e.. r..y. Surveg, Navie, n .
,y rithmrti elmean> pHistory, Frene.
Tunior Clas-Spelling, Reading. Writing, Arith,.e.
_tclc Tables, Cyphes forott eading.
termedsiatte Clm tI addirtion, to--rthe a.v
hGeography, Englsh -Gramnmar, Arithmetic, Itehe
ander "nu . .red Hustor. Composition, Elocutise
tLea t me ; IFdrench eMusco. s and istens.
mental, and Latir r .
peol attenton is given tbo the Mnlt l Depaditmu.
bo vocal and Instrumenta . Two braes beade. th
member. of whic are chenn among the stdentl of
The Commercial e rtet is expressly designed e
constant's prohteslon. -
rostudents are promoted, athough they ay e rmted
oftener in case of remarkable proiciency. At thes and
merit. Vacationa commence about the 3d of July, and
end on the firt Moanday in September. tb a
diae street.il Post-coe addreshs. Box tr4 er f Nod ItMa
•T. CHARLES COLLEGE.-TiLE SESSION AT T.
an the 4thr of October, to end, as usual, about e 9oth -
of Augao tct,.S
Board. Tuition Washing Stationery, and Medicel
Fees, 51l. gold, or the equivalent In public currency.
Entrencefee Maneso
Books and edilne form extra chargs.
Music, at the option of the parents, 1pgr month.
-The arteoore paBin mfudrhd by hal a. o ada:
th.re Ctaneteillu. - 04thOo, the

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