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T.hei 5mtr forolders to live upon
The biiher end-the last half inch of 4
8em pofle are positive jast in propor
,tiono~i uance. Mark that.
'bWirl =easiest way for.a bad rider
to shor.w fmelf off? To get on a spirited
On' rweek das you buy music by the
het - oSundSys you can have it by the
the :'woat-Sin of weather he bad over
The edistot of the Middletown Jaf offers
"to vaceinate frt
su ers .to his paper, fort e ty
Wbh its drunkard, hesitatting to sign the
pledll, like a half-converted Hindoo !Be
cauep hi is in doubt whether to give up the
jug or nat. -
Thep ma)' (bit the wind blows with snob
force In Colorado, that when a man loses
his hat he has to telegrasph to the next sta- i
tionto have it stopped. ..
We've heard of a secret which was so big
that it required all the women in town to
keep it, a:nd.. then they could not do so
without the help of their husbands.
A New Haven doctor quieted a clamor
ous landlord by showing him a skeleton in
a closet, and saying tha that man came
here just two weeks ago with a bill." d
'"I am speaking," said a long-winded
ratyr, "for the benefit of posterity." h
Ses, said one of his hearers, " and if s'
on keep on much longer, your audience
ill be here." d
A bare-footed, bare-headed little boy
stonished a worshiping congregation a
ew Sundays ago by rushing into the church
-nd exclaiming, " Where's my papa? The
igs are out I'
A little boy accosted his political papa
bus: "Papa, are you growing still '
'No, dear what makes you think sot"
'Because the top of your head is ioming
brough your hair."
When Charles Lamb visited the Lich
thedral, his guide told him that
ree men once dined upon the top of the
eeple. They must have been very
harp set," said Lamb.
An English paper publishes the follow
ng: "A deaf man named Taff was run
own by a passenger train and killed on
.ednesday morning. He was injured in A
imilar way about a year ago."
A country newspaper, which recently
poke of "buttered thunder," and wsasasked
y a contemporary if It had any affinity to
'greasedlightning," manifested'some anger
anexplaining that mattered thunder was
hat was intended.
Literary Taste.-" I've threepence left," a
aid an idle lounger, " so I'll buy a paper
ith it." "What paper will you buy "
aid a friend, curious to lehrn the literary c
aste of his acquaintance. "A paper of
obacco," replied he. b
"Let me see," said a Chicago boss-ma- Y
n, reflectively, to a burned-out merchant, 81
have got to put up a block for Brown it
his morning and a dwelling-house this w
fternoon for Smith. Yes, I guess we can
er up your store this noon by takin' only w
aif an hour's noonin'." .
A couple of countrymen visited London a
or the first time, and on getting out of a e
railway station in the centre of the city,
they gazed around forsome time in silence.
At length one said to the other: "I vow,
Jim, I never see the beat of this afore-did of
von. The roads is all fenced in with
The postmaster at North Bennington mi
ras somewhat embarrassed the other day Mi
In being asked by a lady if there was a
etter for , my cow." Being dispo-ed to o
eat her politey, he replied tat there was I
.othing for anybody's cow. The lady,
aing equally embarrassed and disposed to
e polite, said she inquired for Mike Howe;.
A sculptor was engaged to carve a mon
'ent and select an epitaph for a deceased Bu
sanufacturer of fireworks. He saw this des
scription on the tombstone of ) celebrated be
nusician, "He has gone to the place where for
bly his own harmony can be exceeded," wa
Od, thinking it was a very neat thing, if i
lapted it to his purpose by changing one ard
,'rd, and-carved on the monument : "He hoa
es gone to the place where only his own V
reworks can-be exceeded." thei
Mr. Nasb, of Plymouth, Indiana, is the thri
net grateful being we ever hlard of. He Y
'teas his thanks to his noble fellow- T
tizens "for their kindness In pitching "c
Shousehold goods out of doors, ono-be
casion of the burning of a small barn ther
ar his house on last Friday." The goods ther
ere badly and unnecessarily -smashed, T
id were in no danger whatever in the
use, but be is very thankful to the good and
ople for their generous assistance. you
The New York Post tells the following stre
eusing incident which occurred in Car- mot
Sstreet the other evening:-A lad At
lit up stairs to put her little son to be, Asigt
(, as she was about to light tie gas the
id, hearing a sound of breathing, cried A
, "Oh mamma, there's a dog in the up tL
" "Ga Gesa not, child; I ain't no dog !" full
n angryt childish voice, came from the parts
r Turning toward the couch the lady the a
Stwo eyes shinig like balls of fire in boata
Idarkness. Seizing her child, she ran on on
ghted and screaming to the street. Raila
0 poliemen were summoned. With and r
e and dark lantern in hand they invest- of pal
the chamber, and when the gas was unifo
ed on, there, snugly cuddled up under and a
ed clothes was a four or five ear old ingg
er: as self-possessed as if Upon his dress
ersk nee. "Who are you " said the and
I. 'tl orace Greeley Bennett sir" smeki
Schild - Where do you five 4" chattI
Anderson sreet." "How did you coffee
e re t "Father went. oat awid t d color
ream, and I- tuk-. *alb.* f-b. a a lOa -
h had seen the,
In an o ee-iesr
o te you ay pitch o-e
. l ea batehes over a nail
at' as agai *It ouengh, so the boy
haqls& kill a meat' and took a ring. Hie
Sstepped back, to "a stake, tossed his ring,
Aa Jr,_.gbt one of the nails.
- WtU you take six rings to pitch again,
e `rSix asats," was the answer, and two
d' -heent Pe_ were put in his hand. He
-t ppo I o *ff eli satisfied with what he had
he aone, eub prably not having an idea
Sthat bead aone wrong, A gentleman
stan4ing neat had watched him and now
n licompanon, laid his hand on his rhorl
"M bl J lad, this is your first lesson in gam.
ws " Gambling, air t"
ir You staked your .penny and won six,
"Yes I did." -
• You id -
ot gven you; you on them just asgam
blers win- moey. You have taken the first
step in the path, and that man has gone
through it, and you can see the end. Now
I advise you to go and give hint ai cents
B back and ask him foryour penny, and ten
stand with the world an honest boy again."
He had hung his head down, but raised
it quickly, and his bright open look, as he
mid, I'lli do It," will not soon be forgot
ten. He ran back, and sopn emerged from
the ring, looking happier than ever. He a
tipped his hat, bowing pleasantly, as he b
ran away to join his comrades. That was
an honest boy.--Young Catholic.
THE WOOD GATHERING.
Two boys, the sons of poor parents, went
one day in autumn into the forest to collect
dry branches. The one, Everard, was the 1I
son of a good widow; Matthew, the other
had a hard step-mother, who was often at
strife with his father.
When the boys came into the wood, they
determined that they would go home to
ether, and then they separated, to look
or dry branches. Everard collected them
busily, and whenever he sai a withered
branch upon a tree, he climbed up and
broke it off. In a short time he had col
lected a heavy bundle, whicl he bound Ira
Then he ran to the other side of the forest. B
and called to his comrade. Matthew an
swered out of the depths, of the wood, To
and when Everard ran up, he saw hi i
among the nut bushes. When EveraFd
caught sight of him he said, " Come home G
now. Whereis your bundle 7"
But Matthew answered, " What! have B
yoq done already I have found nothing
Vet." - -
an Everard wondered at this; and when he
on saw that Matthew had done nothing but
a g look for nuts, he said, "Come, I will help
-you to look. My mother is waiting for me:
lmake haste, or we cannot go together."
d Now Matthew brought out a large crook
Sed knife, and looked cautiously around to
tosee if any one was near. Everard asked
er him what he was going to do, and he re
'a plied, "You go and gather a few dry bran
ches, that I may put them outside round
t, my bundle. I will manage for the inner
" Then he was going to cut down a young
ry oak tree with his knife. Everard was
of greatly shocked, and cried, " Heaven for
bid that you shourld do such a thing to the
a. young tree! That would be a sin and a
t, shame. And if the bailiff came to hear of
,n it, he would forbid every one to collect
is wood, and you would be the cause that all
n the poor people had to go through the hard
y winter without faggots. Heaven forbid
that we should do such a thing! Only wait
a little and I will fnd a better way."
a Then Everard looked about an discov
ered an oak tree-on which there were many
' withered branches. He climbed up like a
squirrel, and broke these withered branches
d offto the astonishment of Matthew.
, Before half an hour was gone they had
got wood enough, and Everard made a bun
dle of it, and carried it to where he had
' laid his own: he put it down, and said to
MP atthew, " Now take it on your shoulders."
B ut Matthew said, "Yon had better give
me the other bundle, for that is smaller and
Then Everard laughed and replied, "Are
yn not bigger and stronger than I But
it shall be as you wish."
So they took up their bundles and went.
But Matthew panted and grumbled a good
deal, and before they were out of the forest
he begged Everard that they might rest,
for he was exhausted. And wherever there
was a nut bush, he wanted to look and see
if there were any nuts upon it. But Ever
ard restrained him, and said, ' I must go
home to my mother."
When they had gone some distance on D
their road, Matthew became angry, and P
threw his bundle on the ground, crying,
"You have made it too heavy."
Then he pulled outs few sticks, and said,
"Any one who likes may have these."
But Everard picked them up and added
them to his own bundle. "I will carry
them as far as the town for you," said he.
Then Matthew was astonished at the *4
kIndness and strength of his. companion,
and looked at him and said, "Who teaches
you all this? and what has given you such
Then Everard replied, " The love of my
And Matthew turned away his head and 10
sighed.-Young Crusader. T
A GLANCE AT PANA-MA.-Pnas ga sum
up thus: An ancient, walled, red-tiled city,
full of convents and churches; the ram
parts half-ruined; weeds springing atol
the steeples and belfries; a fleet of small
boats in front of the city; progress a little
on one side in the guise of the Isthmus
Railroad depot, cars, engines, ferry-boat
and red iron lighters; a straggling guard
of party-colored, tawdry, and most slovenly
uniformed soldiers, with French muskets
and sabre bayeonets, drawn up at the land.
ing, commanded by an officer smartly
dressed in.ble, gold, kepi, brass buttons
and stripes, withga villainous squint eye,
smoking a cigar. About the oar'rindows a
chattering crowd of blacks, quarter blacks,
coffee, molasses, brown, nankeen and straw
colored sativies, thrusting sklnny arms in
a ~$ laeow, and at the ead of those
sAd small, ip e.aesa
ill ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oflce, No. 160 Comm.on Street,
. '!t 1y sow New Orlean La.
DI DENTAL SURGEON,
S165..----...St. Charles Street.... 1..
e 8 7 y Coraor Olrod.
. A . L.ANCASTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
30 ...............Camp Street...........30
* * *.. ....Camp Street....
G opel ttno to ving of the n Oatur. teeth
Artifcial Teeth ineerted with or without extracting the
. roa. Trice withino the reach of all.
Teeth extracted wnthout pain. t e2, Ttle
Jew 4 i ly New Orlean uust .7. Magainetreet.
DENTAL NOTICE.-BEING COMPELLED
myrofefelon. I most cheerfully mf Pate
Oerae and Rihardence
S46.... ...Jackson Street. A .. Dentist. a
New Oriesn, Anguoet in mi87.
Referring to the ahore curd, I most respectfully solcit
a otinuenee of the petronage
betowed upon Dr. mrter. hereto t lib3r
Dli. 3. W. BARNUM, Dentiet,
New Orleane, August n 7. 508 Magazine street.
DR THOMAS LAYTON, 71 ly
Office and Reldence
k . AITKENS & SON,
S98.......* TCHoUProuA STRET.... ... 23
I DEALERS IN HARDWARE,
l Iron, Steel, Copper,. Brass, - p enized Spikes.
BraNs and Compoition. Bolts, etea
Brass and compsitlon, Sb Hrdware, Builder' Hard
Gare and FrsOte.
Lokmiths' and Beil Rangers' materials.
-, To-thrl osmgreatst varety Of every description
O r, er ....Too iad Hardwre to be found in the
South, ateasonable prices. je 71o I
D G.'T I iALER Ix
Builders' Hardware, Grates and, Mantels,
PAINNTS OILS, VARNIS TH Rir
WINDOW GLASS and WALL APRE,
e 3G....... Common Street
S (Sueseuor to Bennett & Lurge.,)
Southern Ornamental Iron Works,
Corner Magnolia and Erato ats.,
Near Jackson tRalroad Depot,
New Orleans, La.
Blsekmithing and Housework In general, Vaults,
Store Fronts, etc., made to order at the stortest notice.
Offce at the Foundry. se2571 ly
N, W TUBINE is In gI.eneral use, tbrnuo ho=t'
ue United Sts, ea - six ncH Is used bythe
Nhovernment in the Patent Of51e, Wa-hinton
D.C. Its simplicity of eonsernction and the l'
power it transmite renders it the best Water 'vt
Wheel ever invented.
Pamphlet free. r
ap8 eam N. F. BURNBHAIr York, ,a.
all . FINANCIAL.
ard -- - -
bid NEW ORLEANS SAVINGS INSTITUTION
rait No. 187 CANAL STREET.
fly Dr. W. Newton Mercer,
ea L. . eneres, David Ubhart,
George Jonas. John G. uinea,'
! Thos. A. Adams, Carl Kohn,
Thos. Alien Clarke, Chrlstian Schnelder.
ad Cha. J. Leeds, Samuel Jamison.
D- L. F. GENERES, -President,
ad ap76m. SAM. JONES, Ja. Treasurer.
a." LOUISIANA SAVINGS BANK AND SAFE
ad 51..............Camp Street.............51
Pre. Ident--W. VAx NORDtY.
re Vice President--..eRyN PayCyAUD.
t Cashier-JoHN . WALro..
it. Heny Pchad, President Hope Insurance Coo
Mi David Wallae, of Wallace & Co.
at John S. Wrlton. n
Henry J. Mullal , of H. J. Mullan A Co.
t, W. Van Borden. a
re W. H. Thomas. of olger & Co. _d7 71 ly_
H AIBERNIA BANE OF NEW ORLEANS.
SNnw ORL.Saas, Juno 19, 1871. m
STERLING BILLS ON THE HIBERNIAN BANK. or
DUBLIN, payable in all parts of Ireland, from One
d Pound upwards, for sale at this Bank.
Je23 ly Jle. J. TAP.LETON. Cashier
COAL AND WOOD.
. J. CLARKE, A
WOOD AND COAL MERCHANT, ho
Office corner Julia and Dryades streets, ti
And Corner Liberty and Julia streets, Ha
Box 199 Mechanicq' and Traders' Exchange,, hi
Dealer In Wood and Coal, Bricks, Sane, Lime, Cement, at I
Plaster, Hair. Laths, Shlnlee, Oakl Ash and Pine hel
Wood, Coal and Charcoal, wlolesale and retail at the oth
lowest market rates. Orders filled and steamboats
Supplied at shrt notice. my53m
OAK, ASII AND PINE WOOD, io
SAND. SHEELS, ETC., el
Sipplied on trhe mont Ieaonable Termna, Pes
deN,. FJ9 NEW B ISIN, Julla Street LandingS , of
de - . . N ew O rleans. low1
XVOOD AND COAL. . .R -
• • I@- OOMFORT
OAK, ASH AND PINE WOOD PITTSBURG COAL
CHARCOAL AND) WhITE SAND. mud
Steam boa so Bkertea, Fonunder. and F'amles sf p the
pl'ed at t he horlsir es and lowest market prIce. pe
' o- S
House and Ship Plumber, Gas Fitter, Etc.
No. 464 Magazine Street,
S(ear tho corner of Race,)
GDealr in Plumbing and Gas FPttng Materials an
PuLuerLc atentlon is solicitd to his . arg..
ple aertcnent of article. in the aboe irl. and com.
" o lt I c 'NDRICE ha just received a large variety
'AMERICAN EARTH CLOSET,
the neatet, beat fntahed, mnoa o .. ..
and durable artle of itl. ind woe-pa yet ke i
fore the publo. Beingaupplied with
AERBICAN EARTII CLOSET.
r.he areobas objcon foundrin lmlrr a tlos lub oetht I
M r.MteK. an also ien store (and for which he lagent)
an extenelvo aseortment of
THE BEAUTY le
ELEVATED OVEN RANGE,' Io
S MAEC or C
THE UNION STOVE WORKS, Ps
(Late R. R. Finch's Son,),
JNew York. S
D. McKENDRICK, Agent, anu
54 ...........MAGAZINE STREET......44 ih
New Orleans. sl
To Bayers of Ranges. con
In presentnIthe - e
BEAUTy ELEVATED OVEN RARGE Wt
to the trade and to the public. we earneatly rneoet that
they will examine into ansi compero it with other
Rangoa in nae, feeoalng fll _. .... f li .ottr
-lnantton they wll tel inbs BEAUTY rboA r s i ex.
others for it. many pointssuperor proctf uuaboy all
lin the .
7I ly A Comparison.
s ome of the Elevated Oven Range need the service
of a competent engineer to operate them, and to keep
them in working order. This one ds noat. An er
-tels, Ta -i poses--- ordinary inteolies n Any ser.
e i lnj ioar nel noe can on rate it
va4nthep lly. It-, , thereore in the days -engood
help s rare, of great importance to housekeeper that
.. . the'
--CULINARY app i -
shoaldbe supplied with so simple and effective an ap.
re,) paratus s the
BEAUTY ELEVATED OVEN .ANGE.
- Annoyances Saved.
If you would save yourself from great discomfort nd
misery, consqusent npan halfecooked fo. d oran Indfin.
Stelytpostponed dinner, because the ange yon huve is
L out of orer and wll not bakt-nhe adltlonal an
noynoe ofdlsappointmentfrom the forgetful ordilatory
ans rsg vie ,t"P iittfrom Bu rs.
tile. arne Oth" tol d anr promised-yoin will at once
Sard the old rte contrivances of antique
I i r and procure the
BEAUTY ELEVATED OVEN RANGE.
w.5 hich Is none the loes valuable because it is beautiful.
e . Failure of Old Inventions.
1 Our experience,
AS MANUFACTURETRS FOR THIE LAST FORTy
n eables us to furnish numerous cases of cooking and
heating inventions that have ben inposad upon the
public b i t and obscure makers of hret
taenslons, and, after abrlef bu vexatious and pre- E
l, e been proven seles and entirely worth.
Advice to Buyers.
In selecting a Range there are sever mportat "
points to be considered via ovr mportat
I. Will the Raneo D what is claimed for It o
2. The mo'e of operation-la it simple or comlex A
3. Can the parts (or plate) be easily replaced ca le
they are burnt outer accidently broken .
v. Then general constructlon--. it durable and con
5. The COST-to buy and to maintain.
Our Claims to Favor. S
r For the
FE BEAUTY ELEVATED OVEN RANGE, Sit
51 As m~ e by the UNION STOVE WORKS, it is
1. That It will do as much, if not more work, and
with LESS FUEL thn t any other nge In ue. p
2. That It is less liable to get out of order, and oets gr
less to buy it and to repair it than any other-very Ir- a
portant items, as all housekeepers know. Oct
3. That it Ise mechanical impealbilllly to makes rat
ompiete Rang anymorslmp
stand and operatesee directions or e r to undhere
nothlngin the BEAU CY LEVArE OVEN A,\;/E, nle
except the ordinary grate and covers, to BURN OUT, to
and these c be rePc without the assistance of an.
expert, as can readily be seen on examination. The
Orate works with extreme simpllcty, which will be I
appreciated fully by those who Lave labored and en.
deavored in vain to get theashes and refuse out oiB
many of the ethers in use. DeI
4. That its convenieoces cannot be excelled-tsita DO
C, ovens are large, and Lis rechamber are exactly the ati
5. That it not only bus a solid and spbstantLal look In a,
hatnIs REaLLY to , and ISgeneral appearance s trnly
otaasunte to any Lttoheo ... sgOstin the .nam o0 il
0. That It will BAKE QUICKER and BETTER than
any other thing called by the naue of Range. Pu
- A Good Range Essential to HIome Comfort. at l
Many persons. In frnlshl g and completing their
honusbold appointmente, do not make the coking .e- AC
~ ropersudy hbn. in fuact, It requires the
bes judgme nt. ýA rPOOR breve or B age will dd·(arb
the barmony and marthe comfortof eerymeal Evero
n "use should have a nirst-cl€as Cookin--pparotus; but
high prces do not always uirish It. Wj rBpsll theus ut
BEAUTY ELEVATED OVEN RANGE The
at suchb prices hat iall can have andn the and we
believe them, to nb Cli EAPER and BKTTI than an Par
other Rauge of its class known to the public. SchrJ
Its Rapid Success.
THE IBEA.'TY ELEVATED OVEN RANGE C atl,
is rapidly kineg the place of the low oven patterns. Its morsi,
Sconvonieonce fcr Bakfin and Cooking; the i etisrs(ii o mate I
the ovens s·Iess heatingtthe ease of aSTANDlG ionl
position, ntead olf a 'OOPING one while baklng, App
(saving a lame hack and lteattendant evils.) area few Mmloirn
of the superiora vantage. this Rangeposseses oer a street.
low-oven Ranges. ,
It Must Bake.
THE BEAUTY ELEVATED OVEN RANGE
must bake, a the heat passes direl U d round
the Ovens, before leaving the Range. up and round
Special Conveniences and Improvements.
The Ovens are provided with veuilaos for tho escape ogea
ofSTEAI. There es Slide I be balk for the escape ieronl
of SURPLUS HEAT tfrom the-ep angB8e;o an s i -e er
a damper, at the bottom or the ats, for the rll he
escape of Dnst, ste, (atesig frem the raking efo the wleguss
• ses prevestlmsgtfhl /orbpi e t me w/ithe
eTk €- coa t passed to or frotm eShe f he Ovens, s i
-by OreVEaNStl the dampen itih ,r-e The0 OVES
bas be DRAWNl OUT stwnMg ts a----.-od dint to b -
isoved itl w ht tsoebis ead h -- ,e
geLdever sc- OVaN Sha. esiessf aple i
_--lace al Asl i .
. QT J O °t-tyPSB e [ T FO mOtaro .ADW
Nc. aduc a ers by , Cha
ear Rmtebr Wredei tleaty -aaylaa&
hIt -ft.n go sitosted ia a halthaad
mle hemuree. P S Ya clf
-"-- t_ wab'a1 tw e fim liouant U.
M oonr rant an d Td o 191L li
Bodard Tuiton W
.Bed ad Tleddinper 1o 7ar, Including
,Dotorr's fee .. dlnag, Mesnding andJ
L '--or e o .;h ......on ... . e 0
,. ALL P4.L, D N DVANCE.... 1,0 00
mv Dy MOTHR cIIOr
I y ' Teas'e Acaedm. Emiobur, ld
on t Tait
Ie " Corner f C o..m., .. d ,o .an, stret, 0
S 'his Literarp LUtutto-n o
Liositra, d ItdmitL te by the State of
to ducted by the pao _O lftoer d tegree, aolan.
"e k ogs re well a t I a Y0at . Tbet at rom
R .ourtard, eqrtiolrutd off foro tiho' n,, l*a i,.
oA. U.. tll their de- a- th Pupil
secluded and sPerintended . ., they ar, ooa"tsa 0
Thne ormre f * 3 anct o d
nopbrisanch Poetry' Rhetorc ro at G'ere,
or emte Addtion, Natural and TYait e ea.nY
wito h te o - on ookkeepi....,. nasa
mmere. Branch..- also the Oerml.-n&O lth
Studeants a not admitter sled pheyb h o wr to
The mral and relihlou training of the tudenta. 0b '
lead.n oltecta of the insttuotor.n
veryJ onth a report I r meat to tpaar n.ating oce.
duc, cproge, rank in ca and ayr beg on the nt Mo,
otober, and-ends .aou on toh 31 rsto Monday o
iollegiate dou'rse twyable on a
Statet urre c a 'o a ,and I Unned
Prertory Co~~sea. iLe.
ap2I 72ly iht. F. .GAI[TP.LET. Prealdent. V.
IAr Sr. Louts, M oLeeaen.y.o
This institntios, chartered by the State LegIslature
and condlcted by the Brothera of theSared Her,
has been In successfuo ferato e e " Sir r
situated on the ehoreas - -the B uiose8n.j. geYtf
etre vlew sf the Gulf and affordlug authe anent, en Ae
of the sea breeze ad tath-g In the SUammer -als
did locaton l ~ fnl-ebment to beeiorcl
an i ameusneent for the pupils. The to o ' T epCo use
comprises all the brauches of a..... .rl Counp
Board and Tnltlo P to
advance.n, per seseion, payable half yearly in eat"
Washing, per seon ............... e
Beddi r seso optonl) .................. 0 o
DoctorsFoe •t"................ an
Vaaotionm, if eapent at thse ietitutl...:.. . 500 dra
nriTK clL.non: .... 00 d
Piano and Violin, per month eh ........... O
Use of PPiano, et month .0.." i ek
Nlutes per mt th . ............. . -.... p
Sraenstrument, per month ...... 1. aPr.
Sp onieh and Germa n Ilanguges m t I net
oW rt D r ilae r ceo a e-r,, m o n th , e a ch . 0 0 i ne i
mbh4 '7 ly --na . FLORIOND. Iaeos
. . ..Director of the Collaege. t
INSTITUTIGx or TE 818TER OT. JO
- CorsfnfeflIPh, . ow ST. JOS.iEp
New Orlens. Poe
____ _ _ tt andl OUalvoe at -stre
new Orleanns. -
-p, The government throughout thi e b
th teir inetrttratressce over separated tram~
e breatfon, table, dormitories, faa
rthnume /r·1u~il. I snot, eveptla I endor to roe~r'
mote ·feotionate union be-t-- l t ed to pro.
young Laide intrusted to her niotherly care.
The instruction is thorough andsold, and in armon
ad with the qureumen-s of iety- The i harrmomny
S(in both English andFurench) On the brcuhes of Lnr
aia; ledge cultivated at the pr .alt~ ~~eaeu 050 00ow.
ais taught by ntives of treepnt dany. Each language is
Brsre correct pronuncitiou e ountries, so a to In.
ted Thnd sacdem.icnl ea.ot on coses with a public exlhlbltlon
td ad tdiustriuion o premiums, to ýwhich parent, are in.
Education ie here the object of Spelal attention ad
solicitude. Governing thoes olacei under theiricharud
1. by moral euaeionnua e, the tiC o Jueeh ge
vor to inuelcate theist ors ol S, Josph ,ndea.
trtoeaprincildes of solid ... ty require the
strict observance opoteand amal e deportment, and
instil feelings of respect tand a'fo towap partent,
Pupils ofall deno Ination e t odm ard in
Y School is moved to the Ba St. Luie whore the Sisters
of St. Joeeph hare a lourishino the Sisters.
i Boarding, pert e paid In siance, as follows
. Washing, e.r he onUths............".........54 00
e Entranre, .. ...... 10 o
y. gusic Lessons and nue of Ini.tru::......... 10 00
Singing Lemons. - ..... 00 C
DrwigLesns................................. d p0
Drawing Lessons 44 6 os
Patel ot.l palntli ................,--... -. 00
Pseoi anig, acordingRto the number of punis
Neeele.werik in all Is varieties, guiden emrorsf, p
a .rtiflcil fulowers, is taught to the o,,rder without ,
tcharge. enta j
For further particulars addreas "SperioreM of the th
Academy of the Sistnre of St. Joseph, Box 1511, Neow Or. th
leans;" or, if more convorenient, aipTto O
Snoi:I TrIMA, LA YTONr,
no 1ly or C. D. ELDER. Agent.
ST. MA RY-J E FE R SO -o-L L' G
I'AII.IiI U- ST. JAMES, LA., Es
Sit'lat~,d on ilhe Sl;aslippi River, Suxty Miles above
New Orleass. IC
Th:s ancient and magnificent establishment, Incor. As
poratedl by a law of the Legisliture, and empowered to di
grant dipleuma and degrees, will be opened on the 3d Te
October. It is under the direction of the Marlet
Fathers, who form a society specially devoted to educe
tion. College Point and Convent Landing are coers n
alent and regular landing places for steamosboat going
to a 4 returning from New Orleans. Eut
Payable in U. S. currency half yearly in advanoe: o
Bofrd, tuition, washing and stationery, per term of Mu
B:re months ......... Us
Doc.or's fees and medicine, In eordinfry iw of ll.
p e ran, nm.... . . .
ntne (ef to be pald srni on," . .................. 10
N;. B-All music L,,.. ';''' ox
in advance, leo re to be pd r monthly
lii rce heMot5i cagc55, Pats
-is Grace. the Most Rev. Archbishop of New Orleans; Bai
The 1ev. Clergy of Aiier. T
For further details., apply to the Very 1ev. President, un
at the Collrge. obd
MR. P. POURSINE Be
ocl ly No. 40 Oravier street, New Orleans. P
ACADEMY OF TUE VISITATIONf -
Monte Maria, Richround, Virginia,
The dullte ol thi InLtitution will be resumed on the
FIRST MONDAY I" SEPTEMLBEL
School fo.r their Daughtr a dn ruds t wi llrlndheD*
ILocated in the healthlest portion 9f one of the moat
healthy cities in the lSouthb with large grounds ad t
a rret rel ad romantic situation, it ragro . nd, did l
every facility lor acqnlrig an educatloa, es !dle
moral, of a Yhlb grade. Large addition. bars been
tons to the admlon to meet the increaslang applie
Apply for Pro~pectna and Terrm to tbr, Mome of the
stoeretlnll.r gdCltholle Meuengor, 1241 Crondelet
HIE MENEELY BILL B OJNDXT.
Bell. foa Churches A d.e,. saoterieate ad g
sad iegddrimeIa n( , Al4d an,
.In brased inquicle. t the undeusigsed.
isue, sea*t uu1I a' Ilrtnued -at
1I"W Y DOoZ Lbozru
THE DIRECTION OF TEN
f Two ile belo, New
Car- Thia Ina~tthnem "buhad
Th and the m~acnt Mleto tM %al kiin ly
W~m tlrlllIo o.~~~lnJ
ord "A bOa r nab'
w rllethac.,am tsu io give a.
advatlee ptlmb tlrt,/ , •yIMI In
Mpt as Day the Tnter~u~s ý
Ieo d the h"mdt g .1 their t
du T ltontem t .a l atlit
Thy .. . n eo t'D ... .
,or wel astoba l of laený Vmnr". ies ,,
hA .wa.. 1I...!, z z- J ita
Thery e, mever ofb at d a iabe
waeihiW but maeu b ead the
ansonueathe ............................... !!1 e
a ofrs re .m , mnt.
- - ommonth are ;'r ,.. ...
nomlnatl ae a dmitte y -
upon the rmo o bt te ekb ea
N xer e Iaep in orshi lo*emte iiS
Phyrio t.-Tka health at the
objert o lnter r d olie ode beth Ik
- arit ttien lpald s their is16 •
dp PcatIon to their cl asamica s dai. Whl~k
whPaolam me 4 n unt """ omt.
br avie to hrb onParee ott ad
mied :oa'~Mma~diat. a•tmndneao.
30 towing Objects a
~ t0SA.I~1 ,~ 0 oP0ene
!r.U e loebne
el Oedletwolre I rn plnardl nd b r--i-
ithn and onaami n et..l
Vh o Iendn U seat tf..e.. . i
by. ....~o. tap tu o oe,b B4p'.re~1t. u;d_
,- b 0t pronon theo"ie t "'seoyý t aa".
to P M 1yti'o-tphU i uu ie
rd cond sanm third In10buryn Jaebr, ah ...gn0
Day Scholars. peraealoni payablenavt
each term...................a te.
Entrance for the -1oa.J ""'""ee."""
Entrancefor Il.te Day 0holarl Ln...........
SI..fblsm n tllelrJ 'vllr
mnodedno tica Iab mad fNor thee ho~ ac wtdraw nhe. ~
roUn Lh end of a term e nor fo . aciden aheene...
Sttinry XTR. CIIAUGUB.
Stt yand the Dee of)Yaps and Globe. per
Mn ao er month ..............................a ! 0
Furtho ., of i kelOIntrumentsl . t..I0.
Dwing mend~iung Paper and Pencils, per mota0
rtilci Piowepore laton...e....... .. e'.. 10 y
Wea Waiing per omoPtf term..
E~pdnecfr thelaathng Sepion ..............s.. d0
4Or'Wr 400 yIfrmr r s
Bm txee by th e them ia jyea or pr o cuy at f hn
and cape with a blaok belt, and in aa~o b
dree. and cape, blu. belt end rtbbee.
achangeuof lne muto be wth elve
pioof stockingf.,ieigh towel s, pketpdlobn Ob, wev
eight nigbt cape oreag.ýdn a".Iº
apren, a white veil fethroepats. of agei cgs oat
noe., ta eda balm' thet nih tweabe.ýetoNe~
linen, two smaller ones, a an.beanj?
aconet capes. having the rattee edjad: with lace one.
mo" wide. The a ale the r miea worm with the
winter uniform meee th model
adopted by the Estblshent Al sunte J
.tflundartl-es-mrked wiih Indelthibe Inkffy
papce and fIk a knife Rand oliver tumbler, aemat
ster, two blancket. a pillow two feet lon nd ee
pitcher, a emall bucket, a ptuetlaglaass wis ra twiend
and key. alittle chair and a email we laioe
look and key. rkbb a witto
Obere l ara limited to Sundiay an
Thursdaseezefusful and can only be mad. to the pnp.
and y theitera, mother. goardLaun brother., aletera
and 0 te ao ve~meouooe daa ie ror a.opn
from tehlujn(, the~YUD bnhi~
ed only frotatoie mornin g a~tiP noon. and ibea
alf-paat twelve unol t hall-p act nor In the eveatang
The young ladles amreforbiden to receive Anita rothop
dellcacies at the parlor. Thare Ia a yearly vaeetia,
codsao00 the e4th of lNoveumber. h Parent.etmbr ar0 r eqnee.
not to prolong that time, r that the Jeen
ilitne may r.:nrnma tei ttimein onrte no ay
rother absene Is ver llowe owe It Ifirn are f sicness
Youn laieswlaingto nakether s co n , fo in
Ithe Eutabilihmmrnt must enter ln November.mnmi a
oItrr 71 tol s 72
YON LADIEi' A ADEMY -
TIlE HOLY ANGELS.
00 Under the Di)rection o the $Stre Marlanite o'f 8~elt
00 Cornoroftampart nd Congreas streets. Third Dsutr,',i
New Olleans, Louisiana.
. This tmagnilcent Institnutoa was chartored Io
F. 2 Ist. Ie luituated Ia quiet and healthy lecaiifl
a tie subur of the oity l, and at a hbort d ica a
the river. Itsl very commodious, thoro.uhlytetatl g
' rand aord all those adantsges blc contrlbu. t.
c- the health and scurity of Its inmates.
Pupils of all denominatlons are admitted but felrS
tend tle Pablo exercie and corot ub
the InTtlution. to th rl
The system of education embraces tMe Frpeeu yd
En lllua-g-e Grama r, Arithmetic Anckent a "d
ea Geegraphy. ne of the Globes, an jZ7,
Prutane), Chronlogy, rech ud '1ish Jiera ,
Rhetorei, Mythology, Natnral Phleh -
Music, Drawing, Paintine Pla an,, - d O el
Idl-wor.k, Tapestry, Embr4dn.y, A tkl uz.a - ,I
TERMS--PAYMT NTu TO ig MARjD QUA"TEElt,
I. ADVANCE :
Board and Tuition In nFrench and IngltUs, pr
month... . "......... ...........
Entrance Fee for the net yea carl. lorquartew o its
y . ............... logo
Gr EXRA CHABGES:
Vocal Music......... .isa.
Musc... t o..........................I. HN
nOse. onh Piano, per quarter................... w ,,.
Stationery ! .
Washing . ........ .
ea t - "ry an d z h'b ro i 'ry "" " ".. a .-
'A r t fl cI a C l F lo w e rs. . . .
Drawing a....... "" .
Baths fr the Summer Seso ..................
The clases t ommence about tbe Beet .. .... i u
and close ly the end of June, by an ez aj~ am
Booke. etc., may be procured a the LMtltses at
Puple e received at any i dkrils e yem, and
ehs-gr made from e data at ues-..nee. ri,.
O further prtclarapplyto the Meteg, o Ie
Academy of the Holy Anrlal ___
SALNT VINCEwT'S COLLEE.
CArs OlsanesAU, MLaIousl. "
Thlu Intttlo anduacted b the Prdeat of the Con.
rat of the o of $$ tVincent Paul, I.
orurlr nif, od ton hu read ad at ms btlo
The College bildinge are laer, eon mooao.and weirl
ventilated. Thetroue are utifunl. entniva, and
well adapted for bealthul exerclise.
Tb. College I. of eray arses.. Eegt;ar dady packet.ý"
tuLch at Cape GOrardeau.
The aeholantle year bleins on tihe RST MONDAY
OF SEPTLEMI , nd enn about the first of July.
Board and Tuition, per c eyear... --......t yea
Wabing. and mending of artlen wahed......... "
Physlelan's Fee and MCedfclIa .................. It
lntrumental Munlo . ........................... .
For fuorilr Information apply to
Rev. A. VTBrNA. C. M.
Pr esndtm at H -
Or to R. THOS. J SMIT .t.
au7 71t v lit. Joseph' CLhse. Nlow biar.
SAM&/GAlUT,'-.MANGAIVEy&r 8A OIz5_
STEAI AND MECIHANICAL BAKERr;
71 76 and 7?....'ew Lev..1, ,74, 76 ad 78
.Nea Pojdra atr., Bat ,am -
cog i_; Cas