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tIOmINO STAR AND CATHOLIC ESSENGR. ci
NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. NOVEMBE 29s, 6les.?
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A.rraL.--Tb Belfast Observer, of Qotober n
31st, says: TMe approaching election.is still 0
the absorbing topic of interest, and sppcu
latlon is rife as to the result. Squibs, more
or less personal, are circulatingin every di- P
.rection. The latest manifesto comes from
the pen of poor old Dr. Cooke, who al- v
though living, antbeing' resolved todie a h
Presbyterianr. is rmmned to,"stat by" V
the Church $tablishment, approves of ti n
addresses-of: Sir Charlea Lqnyon and' t#r. N
IMulholtand, and calls upon the "Protest- a
nt electors" to support these worthits. a
HI thus concludes his singular address:- a
"Fellow-Protestants, be faithful to your k
country, to your ro giond and to your God. sa
Be watlchful against the insidious advances p
of Popish error and despotism; be united
in defence of lib rt and truth, and IHowho C
rtileth King of hat.ions will bless and pros- a
per your cause. 'Farewell !" e
The Northern, lVhig says :-A Southern L
journal mentions tlhaLtlthe Duke of Devon- ti
shire has guaranteed thle advance of £60,000 o
to-the Great Southern and Western Rail-' a
way of Ireland, tr-the construction of a C
line of railway fvom Lismore-to Fermoy. t
When shall we (Kiy lhercn lih jil) have the p
pleasure of fuentioning that the Mist No- a
ble the MaIrquis oftertford has agreed to a
give the £ 15,000 (guaranteed) required to s
complete the Dublin and Antrim Junction a
Railway, mainly constructed so far by tile C
tenants on- his-lord-alip's £110,000 a year f
estate, and now at a stand-still for want of
th-is small money accidnmodation, which C
this most noble Irish absentee has Jlitherto
refused, even when urgently pressed by r
his agent and Dean Stannus? r
By permission ofthe Most Rev. Dr. Dor- c
rian, the Passionist Fathers have establish- a
ed one of their houses in the vicinity of a
Belfast, and ari- about erecting a sacred a
edifice to be called "Holycross Chapel," on
the district committed by the good Bishop I
to their care.
ConK. - The Lord Lieutenant has ap
pointed Isaac Morgan, Esq., of -Tivoli,
county Cork, to be one of the Governors of
the Cork lfistrict Lunatic Asylum.
- On the e gunibguof the 27th ult.,.a young
man named Daniel McCarflby, aged 22
years, and the only support of his mot'her
and sister, met with- a fearful accident
while working at the naval dockyard,
iaulbowline. lie was carried to the hos- i
pital in a most precarious state, one side of
his head being fractured.
The .'cxaminer, of the 31st ult.; says;--
"Yesterday the Mallow Farmers' Club, af
ter a somewhat stormy meeting, canme to
the resolution, by an unanimous vote, to
support Mr. McCarthy Downing at the
coming election. Previous to the vote be
ing takcen, the chairman of the club and
Mr. George (m-Greene, the only nlmembers wlo,
out of an unusually large meeting, opposed 1
Mr. Downing, retired. Three of the Far
mers' Clubs in the county hijve now pry
nounced in Mr. I)owning's favor.
"Mr. IBoyle, a <-andildate --for the Parlia
mentary leiepreseialtatioll of the county Cork,
accopianiet d bh Mr. D. Leahy, and .some
gentlemen fironm Kanturk, r.ecently visited
Liscarroll, for the purpose of addressing
the electors. Ilis reception was most un
favorable. The great mass of the people
appeared to be strongly prepossessed in ta
vor of Mr. McCarthy l)owning, and evinced
their disapproval of MIr. Boyle's candidature
in -the most unequivnocal manmner. At the
hour appointed for Mr. Boyle's arrival a
large crowd assembled in Main street, car
-rying a large banner, on which was rudely
portrayed -a scaflold, with the figure of a
bishop hanging. An inscription beneath
the scaffold explained _the scene-" The
memorial of Killonmackay tyranny, 1641,"
and asked " Men of Liscarroll, will you
have another Boyle I" Above the scaffold
were the words, " The ruins of Liscarroll."
C' A1E.-At Cillaloo petty sessions a
chrage of Fenianisam was brollht against
an ex-policenauant nmed Lally. Constable
Wall, of the Portroe police station, being
sworn, deposed that thie defendant, on the
day he was coming to Ballina to give up his
arms before retiring from the service, said
"he hoped the Fenlitans were not dead yet,
and that he womuldlhave revenge out of that
brute (\Vall) ; a:d that hlie would e death
on all constables in fuiture." ''le next
witness was ex-(onstabl.l ....- . 1.0..
ed VWall's m:ttement against La:lly. 'ime
Bench believed thIe charg', lind ordered
that Lally, who at tile time was a retiring
constable, .lhoml find hail-himself in £20
and two sureties in £10 each--to keep tmhe
peace for twolyears. All in court-which,
indeed, was thronged to excess-seenmed to
feel for tilthe ulfiblrtnlllate mnanl, blit of course
when FenianLisim was in question he had no
possible chli:ee of esctaping. lie will most
probably ie deprived of his pension by the
authorities.--.'hlre Ihdepenrden t.
It is believed thatt the representation of
the county Clare is likely to be again in
vested iin Cl,i..C. tM. Va1ndeleur and Sir
Stackil,,i has cqu:tlly ljea.sanit plroslwcts in
tile IolrollmOn.} were, , Is l)ean Kenlny's g noln
inee, lhe is likely to be safe firont ainy Lilber
DenumiN -At the ieaid Li'olice-olileec , l)UIt
3in, ou the 27th tilt., Jerenliah lKeimny wa.m
chalrged h\"i l-dwtmd imib rneem, oif tile ciomsthl
ulary, e itlh iatim'ing said, \-hilP undecr thi
inti'temmcm tii drink, " God save Iielda iii antml
tile devil .-tic'k tlie (ctuiet ."'
Dr. FlIceet ,iidI C'hli rchimll ht.s hiu cu eh tcdi
l'residiiit cmt thtle K-iig's anmi Q uitm,'s Col
son, l'<.-.. lh cc.vie 4.
'Thle Lt ,ol!,n I' irert;m'i- Nercs says of tihe
]dell:l turimitI' Ii irl .M1iy, to lii (tov\-mrnlmir ifi
Imidia: "I r-.ltim gM-ts ridiof anit inltlts,
and Iiiliat is w;htilehid vlitth amIi iincItmmir:tmace.
c;lyo is. giazietted tit last to the oltlice of
Chief Gcove.illlmr, in successicon to Sir Johni
Lawrclle, of Uiss-i fiatlilne memory. We
wish himi the hick hie hlts looked for during
his Irish c~arcecr. He will not be thie first
Anglo-Irish Governor of India who will be
cursed in Hlndoastanee for follotlyng the to0
works of his predecessors." . • . th
A woman, aged1 107 years, named Anne_
Lawbam, died on the 29th ult., at Swords. RI
She.was born in the year 1761, and was re
markably healthy up to the time of hejgle-. Si
cease. roe was the mother of five sons And th
three daughters, and. oneof her greatgrand jHI
children is now:a constable in the:Metro
politan police. - . f'
Dowr.;--On the night of the 27th tilt. a
very 4estructive fire broke out in the boiler `th
house and drying loft in the rear of dir. A. th
Wilson's extensive spinning- millse, situate
next the Edward street railway: station,a
Noe;t About-400O poles of yarn.on tJhelft to
were tly destroyed. Over 200 ans th
were thrb n out of employment, unmtil the tr;
safety of tlhbboiler is ensured. It was hot ac
known ; how the-fire originated, but it is be
supposed to be by the over-heating of the s0
pipes in connection with the boiler. .h
On Sunday, 11th ult., the new Catholic hi
Church of Cabra was dledicated to the wor- a
ship of the Almighty God. This cli urh is tl
erected iii the parish of Clonduff, co'nuty si
Down. It is a magnificent building, having Co
live handsome stained glass windows, tand
of the Gothic order of architceture. The t
altar is of a beautiful pattern, and -made of d(
Caen stone. In the parish, within the last st
twenty years, churches, school-houses and e
parochial residences have been erected, at tr
a-cost of mlore than £12,000. The exertions sli
made by the parishioners in erecting these
structurcs have been, as the facts demon- in
strate, very creditable and praiseworthy. in
Cabinra is about two miles distant from Rath- II
frilaud, on the post road to Castlewellan. w
At a late meeting of the Loghrea Town rc
Commissioners, Mr. Thomas Macklin pro- tt
posed, and Mr. Thomas Kelly seconded a e
resolution to the effect that the time had ar- ol
rived for the liberation of the Fenian pris.- A
oners incarcerated at Dartmoor, Millbank, P
and elsewhere. The motion was triumph- it
antly carried, the Chairman, John li. Blake, o
-- The Galway Vindicator of a late date says: al
Mr. De Costa has been in town for the "past V
few days. -Mr. De Costa inspected the har- tJ
bor in company with several of-the Clad
dagh fishermen, whom lie engaged to take P
soundings about Mutton Island, so as to be u
in a position to represent to the Government co
of America the advantages which Galway a
geographically enjoys for becoming the high e.
road between the United Kingdom and the it
United States. Mr. De Costa feels assured g
that lie will accomplish his purpose-that i
is, that he will place a line of 3~uite steam- ,J
ers between Galway and America. In doing S
this, he believes, he is performing an act of C
restitution, as it was the treachery and jeal- 5
ousy of Liverpool that annihilated the Gal- a
way packet station. F
DEtttvr.-A correspondent of a London- n
derry journal, says, under date October 23:
On the night of last Tuesday, the country 1
round Park was lighted up with tar barrels, 5
oil the occasion of a young heir being horn 1
to the Plonsonby estate. The tenants were n
told this would be a: pleasure to their laud- u
lord, so they got up these illupuinations at s
their own expense sooner tihan incur the C
displeasure of "his honor." Yet, only the 11
day before, the sheriff tnrned two families t
out oil the roadside-viz. : JiiuiesE,Lth,'uy,
Park, and J. Foley, Kuockmonalea. f
KILKEN NY.-A Callao correspondent, un
der date of October 27th. announces the
funeral, on the previous day, of the Rev.
P. Lynch, O. S. A., whose remains-were in
terred in the Catholic Church of that town.
Deceased was upwards of seventy years of
K.tILtAuE -A man named John Stines,
an industrious cottier farmer, living near
Athy, was found dead in a field at Fort I
Barrington on the 26th ult.. It appears he
left home on the previous day to go to a
neighbor's house, which he did not reach, i
and was missing until his body was discov
ered by a woman going for water. Being
ailing for some time it is supposed Iris
death was caused by disease of the heart.
LLiMEtICK.-The Southern Chronicle says:
Police Inspector" Murphy, who was re
cently fired at in Rathkeale, is progressing
favorably, but the ball has not yet becq
extracted, and-is supposed to be lodged un
Sder the right shoulder blade. There does
1 not appear much chance of the identifica
tion of the person who tired the shot, as it
was tired from behind Murphy, and hit him
on the right shoulder.
.o TIr.-The I)undalk iDemocrat, of Oc
hIreland rmug with the story of John Byrne,
of Ihtiskeen, who was evicted from his
farm hvb Col. Lex~is, because lie would not
send his children to a school erected by the
lautillord, where they would be instructed
as the landlord thought proper. Men of
all creeds denounced tihe proceedings, and
contributed to a fund for'the purpose of
providing John Byrne with a new farm.
Sotme hundreds of pounds were contributed,
Sandm a filurn of twenty-nine st.ttute acres
were purchased, the yearly rent being £35.
Hiere lie lived pretty comfortably till about
four weeks since, when lie died after a
r inftul illtess. lis widow, in accordance
with his will, oflfered the farm fur sale, and
about ten d(ays since it wals sold by Mr. Gil
l-r it t£ 10. The widow and children, we
understand, intend emigratitg to America.
M.tyo.-The Tyrawley Iecral, of a late
-dat t, says: Ve i('.egre('t to aIIII(IIIote tlhe
dleath o|f rev. P. Kelly, Adutiuitiitiator,
cuitiy M ayo, from ta fall received while
drivinui' a blind tiourse. lie was oinly in his
1 .5tht yV..ar. Mr. Kelly was a aird-working
aid zetahitLs plit'Jst, iclove'! bly his par
- ilhioniirs, aitl rt.I'spectd ity aill who ki ew
himt, his Itiend.s bteiig not ai few.
e ir:;:'s Co'ixrr.-(ti lthie 27h ulnt., ani
:tu llcilt.s ti al ui able tl sti itolitttl of julate,
we• i ' tr esl't' d b|" the citizenis, coutuercial,
pirof..sio-t-ai -ruth natn'ufaicturinig, to Mr.
iraicis Power, late .Managur of the -Nation
e ii latink, Ciork, on the occtasion of his pro
omotion to the ianatgetntit of the bank's
head establishline t in Dl tblin..
SoLo.-T'he irish Tirees recently an
m" nounced that election riots, fomented by
a the Catholic clergy, had it-oken out in Sligo,
e where great excitement has prevailed
g ntotngst the partisans of COpt. Flanagan,
t " Liberal," and Col. Knox," Conservative.'
e Those of the latter summoned those of the
former. fo6r-ajtsa61 untimidation, etc., but
the eases were diq smaed.
Capt. Henry iai- Croft6b, of the Sligo A
Rifles, died on te' 1th ulnit., in his 35th
-year. He was the eldest son-of the present
Sir A4alby Croftoei, Bart., and grandson of
the late Sir James Crofton, Bart., Longford vs
iHouse,. county Sligo.
STIPPERARr.--M7. Munster, a candidate
,ter the Parliamentary representation of
Cashel gave £500 for the establishment of S
the sce6ols of' the ChriStian Brothers in
Thme Advocates -We une ndthat
a poor tenant faraetr, residing in Roles
town, in the parilh of Drom, who, like
thousands of his class throughout the coun- tic
try, holds his little farm of about four tii
aoces at-the -will of his landlord, iN about mE
being ejected, without any just cause what
soever. - He has paid his rent punctually,
has worked steadili in the improvement of 1
hIris little holding, a'short thne ago he built
a dwelling-house upon it, and now he is
tlreateiied to be turned- out on the-road
side without any crime or without any S
compensation for his outlay. What ag
gravates the painful nature of the case is,
that he has a little family of five children,
depending on his farm for support, and
should he be ejected, his only resource le
seems to be that of thousands of his counu
trymen-the poorhouse or the -Umlgaant
ship. Tfje Earl of Orkney is landlord.
Rev; Martin Ryan, i D. and C. C., died
in Tipperlary on the 21st ult- But a few
months before hle returned, home from-the i
Irish Colleos at Roume, and the honors
which lie bollained during his collegiate ca- m
reer were fondly regarded as an earuust of
the yet muore solid distinctions which await
ed him in the future. But it had been a
otherwise ordained by a wise Providence. '
After ant Otlice and High Mass for the re
pose of his soul, his remains were interred
in the burial ground of the Catholic Church c
of Tipperary. t
WEXFORD. -- The Lord Chancellor has
appointed William -H. S. Bigott, of Clover
Valley, Taghmon, a magistrate of the coun
On the 24th ult., Rev. Thomas Reche,
P. P., Lady's Island, was visitedi by a dep
utation of. his late parishioners of Ennis- ai
corthy; who presented him with an address
and testiuonietal-the latter a Davenport of es
exquisite workmanship, bearing a suitfable
inscription, together with a sum of 100
guineas. The deputation was composed of
Messrs. William Moran, Laurence Doyle,
J. S. O'Flaherty P. J. O'Flaherty, Thomas i
Sinnott, Peter Dixon, J. A. Sinnott, the
Chairman, P. O'Rourke,, M. D., and the
Secretary, William Murphy. They were i
accompanied by the Rev. J. L. Furloug
Father Roch's successor as Administrator ,
of Enniscorthy. it
\VArTEultroi.-On the 27th ult. the Right 1,
Rev. Dr. O'BJrieu, Bishop of Waterford, as- b
sisted by his clergy, performed the cere
imony of laying the foundation stone of a b
new college, at Grange Lower. Th,_cere
utony was witnessed by some thousands of j
spectators. The site selected for the new
collehg is situated in a coummanmling and
lhealthy locality, about hitlf a mile beyonml
the. preciuets- of the city. The building
will be largi,,and will afford accommodation
for a great mmany students. The college.
will be erected under contract for £1 1,001)
by Mr. B. M'Mullen. of Cork, irrnecoid(tn'ee
with the plan of Mr. G. Goldie, the enu
nent London architect.
WVici.oW. - Two hundred tons of ore
from the Wicklow mines were shipped dur
ing the week ending October 24, at Kings
town, for England.
At the Bray petty sessions, on the 24th
tult., a publican named James Ryan, of
LouglTlinstown, was fined for allowing beer
to be consumed on his premises, he not
having license for that privilege.
- VESTsATII. -The Tipperary Adrocate
says, in reference to the coming Athlone
election: " The retirement of Sit John En
nis has made little change in the appear
ance of affairs here. Mr. John James En
nis succeeds his father's candidature with 1
some prospect of success. Mr. Reardon's
arrival has created a commotion in 'town.
Accompanied by his friend, Col. O'Byrne,
of the United States army, he has canvass
ed the town, and if the vociferous cheering
of his followers is a test of his popularity,
he certainly is the man of the people."
CONVEmISION OF TIII IlIISIioI or OXFORDu'
Sox-IN-LAw.-Tlhe Lirerpool o1fere ry an
º nounces te conlve"sio tio m G C-olic
, faith of the Iliishop of (xford's only laugh
s ter and her husband, the Rev. Ienry Johnu
t Pye, rector of Clifton, Campville, Stafford
e shire, and prebendarry of lansacre in Li hi
Stield Cathedral. Wriiting on thesuiject,
I thie lDaily .ecws says--The Rev. Huenry
f John Pye, whose secessionti ti the Church
f of Rome was annuounredmdy the Lirerpool
- Mercury, wias not a man of such mark in
, the Church of England, either for learning
m or influence, as to make it probable that
l his example will have much force namong
t his brethlern; nevertheless his conversioni
a has a certain social importance which dis
e tinguislmes it f'om the great maijority of
ii similar lopscs which are now becoming so
- disagreeably frequent amon)g our clergy.
e MIr. Pye is not a young curate whose head
* has been turned by time fully of his seniors.
lie tmusnt be mim'c titiu forty yea:rs of age;
h lie is a soIn-in-law of thie Bishop of Oxford;
Cand hie givs iup, in the rectory of Clifton,
a fanmily living worth froimm £85 to £9.i,,
ea year. WVe uay therefore regard the stepl
hlie I:is taken ItS evidtlence of deliberatiion
mand sineerity. It would inot lie dillmcult,
were it worith while, to trace the -gradultal
alipoximation of Mr. Pyc ti tihe goal lie
lhas at I:st reac:i'dl. liI' was list heard l of
SCs (tr':le oft te..sil(', w'httre the liiho-mop
jof Oxfordl ha:d his pIlace, attil trio hew
w, works he, has blhlished tea-,.t of qu,,stion,
Swith which the. cextrei-mu.-l igh ('hulrchl amd
IRitualiscic ]p:tmt' love to occutiiV them
• selves-- as wh[It't ht, r llonI-t't| I unnli aLit'itS
Sotglht" to staiy it the ccelelr:itiom l of tlhim
Lord's sup)per-'whetlmer the sick otgimt to
- be anointed-.ld the like. Now that ihe
y has taken a resolution comfoirm;thblce to his
, personal convictions, we.can only hope that
-d he will be Ihappy in the church of hisI
n, chfice,'- and that, while his jidgment is
.' condemned, his honscaty may have many
ACADEMY -1 I
E QP TI
VISITATION, FOR YOUNG LADIES.
SUSIERVILLE, NEAR MOBILE, ALAbAMA.
The Scholastio Exercise of this- Institution will be it
resumed on ., -
FIRST DAY OP OCTOJIsR NEXT,
ang·3 8t. , n
ST. MAlRY JEFFERSON OLLEGE1
ST. JAMES. LOUISIA NANA.
THE NEXT seSSION WILL COMMENCE ON THE a
FIRST OF bCTOBER, 1868.- b
. The Marist Fathers,who have charge of the Institu
tion, are provided with all-the faclities for mlparting-a a
thorough English, French, Classical and Mathematical
TltauMs-Payable inu advano, S0 in gold, or its equt
valent, for the half-session gf five months. -
Fo further ~ articulars, apply to the 'Pr fdrltat, or to t
3IESSUS. IPOURS1NE & Cu.,
ant3 tf No.:; 3 Natchez street Neir Orleans. t
ST. MAILY'S COLLEGE.
DI1lECTEl l1.7 THIE I;111:1TIAN ltitIfTIIERlS.
Studies will be Resumed en tho e stof August.
The various ariesumned ornes usually taught in col
leges find heru ati l,propriiate place in a system of I
educnation establishe, by experience. , e,,nldcted oin the
most approved p1.aan, and with a devotednless conmt.n- I
atrate with the work engagell ijn.
Ilt view vof the gj eat nutanbtlr of I-lasses in the college,
a thorough grad:ltion for all capacities and r'tptuiretmeuent
lute been attained; and the frequentt examlnations and
proluotions beget emulation, the coul of advatleomenut,
making labor a pleasure and success a certainty.
The course of instruction pursued in the i. llegola
dlvided into throeetepartmeunts: preparatory, interme
diat(, and collegiate. There is, besides, au exclusively
commercial course for students not wishing or not having
sufficient time to go through the whole of the collegiate
For faurther particulars, terms, etc., apply_at the col
lege. ourner of Poeyfarre and Fmlcher streeet, one :tm
ST. JOSEPlI SELECT SOHOOL.
NAPOLEON AVE UE.
CONDUCTED BY TIIE SISTERS OF CIIAIIITY.
The-course of instruction in this Institution Includes
all the branches of a polite education; and evel y efirt
is made to give a solid basis to the youthful usind,.and
make the acquisition of religions and literary ktowl
edge as attractive s it is imlportatt.
loca land nstrumental Music. Drawing, and Decal
conuruia !ifrm extra charges.
For aurther particulars, apply at the Inuatitution.
f nu'3 3m
ACADEMY OF THE SISTERS OF sT£. JOSEi' .
CAhRONDIELE', MISSOURIt, NEt.AR ST. LOUIS.
At this Instittion are taught all branches that enter
3 into the education of a tiloroughly actomplinll-ti young
- lady. The best evidence thle ietrs ctan tthbr as a glte
raonttee to parents and guardians of their ter'ccss is the
ex tensive patronage awarded by the public to their ef
'For the health of the pupils the site, of tihe Institution
is ample sectrity..buth Irells its high potltiuu and its
beautiul suimroulntng coullltry.
All tihe appiaucees ir t t ettuseful study in all the
Ibrtuchtes tautght are atmplly provi.ldti oiir by the ustters;
I besides a ulseueum and an e htestaive chebumirl laot uattry.
The scholarstic year of tetl tmntths cotmltettres oi tie
first ounday in Septlvtber, and ends about thle lath of
. The hiiest incentiven to general merit in everything
thatlt an arn tte al ti o ln etl.tl eIaLratr of the
pupil is held ont by the Sister.;, rr:.grilCte-ss- abor-or
Se'arctu or guardians near tite lint of the Mia.iseelqti.
desarout of ae tiong their children tr wards to thle Coa
lt detrcy. will lhtal t an eay antl ecttle strtlllr e Id oi ,tllrvev.
p hetWttt St. LOti eA Sve ( OIIt SA .
In Ltttetrs aidressed ta the lcalrrtyreso of St. Jo.seph't
L Aaclnly, Cat~ oleert, tMoI . %ill be l.asetir.l-y aIll -red.
S 'tcroepltusesenet, wiuth full partictal., t letn desired.
e yo UNS LADIES' ACADEMY - -
II Under the Direction of the Sisters of the hioly Cross.
f Corner of Rampart and Congress streets, Third District,
r NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA._
pnosPaCTUs --This magnificent Institnt n is situated
in a qcuiet and healthy locality, otn -tie astiburbs of the
city, and cat a snort distance ronl the river. It is very
Seotmmodiuain thoroughly ventilated, and affords all those
advan tages which contribute to the health and security
of its inmates.
IOIIAL AND RELIGCIOtI EDUCATIONI :
Thie aim of the Institutino Ieing to fit young ladies,
ii by a eosrse of instruction, lntellectnual, moral, and rll
gotuls, for their reaspectie Isnitton, irl itorial life., care is
taken to select for this purpotse the most eilteriet teseah
era. 'The most unremtitting plntisrl ate clso taken to
secure the prestera-titm of ntrals b uy a vigitttt bt
tnaternal enlerintetlece of the pupils. at tll timeas andi
i in lli pnlaes. They nren trihed to, hablits of ordlr, neat
ge S. and cleanliuess; while strict ttlentiot is paid to
th le ltivemo of pult a l t< a lla: tgl tlh lllters. Tln h e
re.ligon. latnls (f ether Th toban oi ol art e urt ritted;
but. for tle alke of oifandr rtcgularity, all are obligedr
S ltatlltnd tle Cxercis s aid acufolrtu to the rullc of the
C oea c. and utreerve tile Itwalth of lthe tpupils, the
Sic t r, .ti yIpial rl rti lt eI tilll to . he i llity l the diet,
Itint ,tt T itolv s t at it is t l ll is tlite l
-U ntlitio lue; whtile Itbr t llartte heaver s ntl trtti iolr 'itttoa
I llllllrs ItnI (|lisE(Tllt CIlll noi nll tlirl t yyllll h. Thl hlollr:
"t tthrttt tin u ri ,titt ln tiI Hitatt[I that;t I itt t r lalllt l Itr
1- bo " shulent siltlh+r frlun.to ew\tittuaepll a, II lip;.'ie,tlion to
ruei of the sisters, soul whetsll I tie hieiran iut
in inu.. edlah si.tadauue. of 'hTls passable, tiPm.I lotice
tisgiv.il to larentt ani guttarlians.
T TIOItTiO :
iThe syrstm ef edtettion elllbractsn the Ctrenhl and
Etltc h I;trlltgll:ltgs. trIllt Itl'tavc,- 1 1tit" calltlte aru:
g itllitllg, ltilllg. Ftttll(tth ani tllEglisll Ut-ammar,
it Artitlttt-ic, Antient slltl Model It, Lgltlrahy, tihe use of
the t;lotbes, P'rse,, aldl lPoetical COttlsslll lltts, Iisiory
g Alt-'ttt itudl Mtoder, Saaettd ttd ll'tlutue-Chrouology,
if r.n.1,'h and Engslish literaturei Mythology, Rhl.tori. ,
NaStual l'tilsMophy, Chehatry, Astronomy, tnty,
I- htk-k.tepitng Mttlthematties, etc. slus.ic Drawing,
)f lhiat attir OUrnameuutl N,-eeilt-wokr, Tpeat+t ', thmbrotd
is -cry. .ttilicial fttowacs, etc.
TI-IlUl-S-PAY-MENT.S TO lt?. t.DC. QU.LIITRItLY,
• IN AtVANCE ·
Btartl ntd Tuitiotn in I-tr-tcn -Ih an- Eolsh, ,-r
tntontht -: .....n.... . ... . ') 0o
Entrante Fee for the llhnt yt-ar tI,ly ..... It nt ,
1.XTtA (It hto
i Mtt-ti nit , ,r le Pi ..o, Itt-v qttarter.
V.................. 1' --:1
I "., ilit..i iiii
.... .l~r aishi ng....ritg vacation...... ,..... 4S , ,
- - - aM~WW CNHY-- -
YOUNG LADIES' ACADEMY. rTNDE TUE DT
TWO YILis sltLO-W-l-N.w oatLASx.
This Institution, which the inhabitants of LouIsiaas
wlt adlJaclnt States have kindly favored with their
pltrontal'fir" mule thau a century., needs no particular
reoevotneudatien to be introducesdto public noticei it
will tlhwurforo-uitllce t giveu an outline of the plan of
erli'ation pursued by the Tutotssea of this Ettabishd
.M ):IAL ED'CATION.-The" object constantly kepl.
• 1_ • - isu -is the atorung of their ppup"ls
mlunds witlh knowledge and the formiung of their heart
to virtue. The yonng Ladies are alto aeunstomed to
habits of order, clesnllmss and polite nianners. Thor
Sre never suffered to go beyond the reach of a wathfl
hut maternal auperltitrndence, wh&e vigilance see
the preservatioe of morals and the willing observaneo
uf thei roles. Though the memhers of this Community
a-e excltusively Latiollrs, anUpls of all denomlnatiom
are wadltted. anr no intet ilrene is neet d upob the mow.
of religion ; but tor the sake of order, all are equal
required to assist w ithi prolriety at the exercise
tiviuno \V,.rshlp. '
IitYSIe .l. LtrI)cATTo.in.-Thit health of the ache -
arn is an oljet r nnintelrrupted olullditide tar. th
la.ite; the, ate I c pliat-ly atteuitlin to tile food gitve
to the .pull.,s ant aren t careful that none bh-grvetn bet
ntleh l - i r whllesome,. althotug atuntdant The hinrn
ot rtlfa.attn, :a1e so distributed trouglhout the diay
that nteith etr tie otd nor thle I.ly .of the students sotif
tel a iutla It hir :ptllecntiholu h their l.ussiel dttles.
eruu ai-, atShey r att.endant by t Ont, i tile LAiAi!,
anltihtel i :nltice ll "intven to then', ,aretetItr glitltlana,
ccht': te I tli.yt a:It 'e I;ltl tta of It. t lt 013tLi4'I,4 iL .lwa.s
lIl I.-lh1. st,. lllut4tu ;tliit,-Iv ('tlu :tle r. -
TI'ITII l:: 'l-The m-stnl lt iteat~ructtion enmbrlaces the
\\'ttti y .% atnetic (te;t,.htlt. the l'e ut the (:lobes,
oiir.m;-'" t .\ U 'ieuot and Inotru), mei ntlhy, chronologyh 0
Epientcsiit lirn irae calth iulterature, .~ trot.tt..y, 'Plain ant
I'.a .gSleedlel \Vork. the dwin. etc. Nat a l 'hmlolro
nIhy. i;vta;y ant (Clchmeiatry tre taught in the higher
narticotr ttlr ettention s pal to lualic.
Boardn anl Tuition t u-ntnum te .0, pryablo quar. "
IDny al'l',!;.r., lpru anun:l SIZe, play.ablCe tutrterly
ill i.Illvloas............ ....... ....... 0
lEntr~aale lfl" the l]ltarltan ..;.................. 7 00
Entralt.e for tile I)ay Sttlars ............. ... U
No d•du.t ouetin n inl:in for tlilake who aire with.
tlluaa n bloret tile entl o thlte utlta rter.
Stationery and the tLa of Mapis andi Globes per
ttarter.................................. . 900
MuInpe. pr monttht ........ ..... .............. t 1'00
For tlhe Ue atn Musical Instrumeonts, per montht 0
Draweing including aianer and pencils, petr mouth 50e -i
\aalbinag, jIer tloalttl.......................... it9)
iExpenses tar the bathing sataon ................. 0o
]imka necessary for thle different classes may he fur
nished y thile -trents themselves, or procuredl at the
Etattijalmenu t alt nmodlerate prices.
O(ltEEI:VATION..--Visit aare limited to Sundays and
Thuratda3s aXCLUSIVELY, anti caa only be adule to the
ptliils by their fathers, mothers, guardians, brothers.
Miaters; and on the above-mentioned days, the arlorts
are oleened- bly front ten in to leatrning until noon,
and teomn Ittnlpast twrelve until halfpa t four In the
oveniug. The soing Llcites are forbidden tW receive
fiftsea or other euliteaeiee lit thie ilarlor.
There io a yearly vacation, which commencee theoast
Tday tf Si ltteambr. and ends on the Vd of November.
l catulentc alne reqlestled not to prolong that tie, in norder
that all the .yuong Ladies may reaume their studieskon
the satle dayr. No other absteice is ever ailowed except
in ease of sieknens.
TYouuE .adln visa ting to make thair first communlon
in tihe eatabliseitnteaot ltamt set.rer i Novenller. eU tf l
ST. PETER S SCHOOL,
SECOND AND TIII RD DISTiICTS.
Unlder the Direction of tue nuev. C. MOTYNIIA.N.
Tlils ScLeol will lie opened on TUESI)AY, Sepltember
1, Iost, under the tabove direction, aaistced by a fli.
vaol'l of te;lchera.
l'ronmti,atts will then tako'place in all the classes, and
at the sname til a gradtitng ,l:as will te, formed.
In addition to the brtoanchet s hitherto taught in this
Sctoloal, Fr.-cnh anad Music-Vocal and Istrumetutt.al
will be adldled.
'aen.ts and gtardians woahld do well to have their
childaen aud w;atlal.rt",ent at the opening of the school..
ill oraler thhlat thiey many -tathain ttheir lamsiti.ns in their re
spective .lasces throuholtat tile aelaollatic year.
P aymenta are to be tiade invariatbly in a.dvance.
. . J..OVLN. , ;..lerlntutedent.
Time Crescent Night School, attached to tile aove ea.
tallihment, for young lanies and geontlemen. will open
et tilhe sanle titme. au30
ST. S''ANISILVS ACAIDIEMY, BAY ST. LOUIS.
Miss.-Th'lrin ititnotuol, coniocted by tile Brothere
of the Sactred Heart, has been ila succeasful operation
since 185.. It is beanitiftly stttnated on the shores of the
Bainy, couemandg an extensive view of the Gulf, and
airt-alng aill tahe avanltages of ilte sea breeze.
The spacious recreation grounds, well slhaled by ever
greens; the bolidaty waks in the nelghboring woods, and.
sea-bathing it summer, are for the papils great incite.
mte:tsl To teltolthful amnroment.
Tule eliglltfel sitnatile of Bay t. Louis and the faJcri.
ty of alcees to the place, ts leasons of the year, are so
I well known that only a~n notice of these adan.
taes is tecessary.r. /
T" he systotn of g ernment in thisnsttotltont is strictly
mild and patea,_ infractions of the"atablisihd rol
being prey .el y It a constant watching over the eon
duct e1 trlpupls ir
The" .ligotats and moral instroettnn of the pupils and
th domestio comfort ape attended to with the utmost
icIttae, and conatant attention is given to the foral
tion ofeharneter by Inculcating principres of.virttte, and
habit f it oliteunes. order, neatness, and inadustry.
The scholastic year comlmenes oni tie 15ta of January,
and ead s o the last Thurad ay of November, thus the
attnntnl all.;itl tn lants about six wecea.
Pupils are riecived at any time of the yea-eTl tage
of adll i.~ io is ia-,tr seven to elxtearn yealrs.
Ire 'oitrIn of'h adeatlon cloml.lases all that Is taught in
e null.rtil l inttlitutions,l namely: lleadingn . il'enlManillp,
Eug lil .lllli Iltanl t r ir (ralilao r. m 1,Olieositiun, Arithmetic,
Book-kreeiaa , Algebra. eoametry, etc.
eoard andl Tulitilon, per aeasionpnh ible half yearlyin
Vailalitg plr clt.o ........................... 10 00
]teLdellitt. l1or arnni(,.laat|lltanai) .......... . . 1 Ot
I acation, if s/clt at Ithe illltitlt ion ........... . 00 0
' ICXTIIA CILilRtIES:
ePinno ald Violin. per tonth, eachi...... ....... 6 00
Use of l'iauoi, Ptr mounth........................ 50
tltte, pe'r mlooL4th .......................... 4 I
Itau;ila Illtaa.tnat, ltr .lllllah............ t.. I W
Sipaitnshil sltlui ,;ertsan Iian.'uages per month, each.. 5 00
E:;uh boardler itounld le provided with twelve shirts.
t .lye plocket Iaiullkerahiets, twelve patir stockings, st
cravats, four lnpair of dlrawers, six towels, six talb. nap.
kins. iur sunmmer frock _coats, six pair summer pasta.
loons, two winter coats, two pair winter pantalo ,
three pair shboes, one canp, one matress. (5 feet long and 2b
Sbroaut,) one donble woolen blanket, one pillow, our pi
low ases, tlahree pair shIeets. one mosuaito ir, combc
brushes, etc., all markcl with the name in full.
No advances are made bhy the Instltution far clotbhing
traveling. lw-ket money, etc.. untless a um of money be
depoited to cover tlaea eexlmuat. _.y _-. _
dithltn ii:l fl||dl it aaLrtuiUmeoos to enter their sons or
wa'lcats il tille t'gilttlitagl~ tt OC eheclttn.
Forr f.,rtila aii'ptiat~lar, aphyb 1,-tIer to trother
Sittlarl~u Jltik, NwS )a" (,.t;tria 11eV. ' atiller Jourdon,
'hai adt I tint ti I1. • N r],* atrl|. : •l"t.\tAana(ainea, eOr
(' ci0"... a ,:.,-l-al f (hat-ia',l. .ilthl,. . teYIt
'1 1I- 1..4 :., 114.;. ·i, 4l. ,atci lr,t,.II,! 1,v n ha S Lnte
, t ,[ t I H.t . I·I.,t I,-t| i.. .a |a-.- atii: r
t.I. : -h 1 I Iaa--. I- i - I '- - - I'It, (nlzr.tl by
I .at' i ll ,t l*t ;a .', ,,|aat l.-.*-."I t'|ialal 1.1 -the usanl
Oat,,l. rn.ia ea ttnoiltt tti., :ttt of J aly.
C'lthegtste Conrse, payable in adieance. and in UnP.ti
utt;.t -nU ,trr.tlrcy, two months, t'.lt..
rrenpaatory Course, etc. fee iy