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01i OF TE CATHOLIC
-a ?BZmOOD.
- rsw Task Cabsta iei esw.J -
Shis besat known saermons Dr.
Wdiela with all the force and per
SbeewboIe' be is famed, on the fact,
Sbe fowgqtn, that men and not
re ..the ministers of the Gospel
I to sa, Cathbolies ame, in one sense,
Sexpea too much of priests, to forget
they ae human, and to be unneces
'sheaLed and scandalised at oeca
idttle sortoomings, whiobh in other
ey would find perfectly natural and
y count as faults. What ins layman
regarded as an amiable weakness,
spriest is looked upon as little short of
me.
Whis feeling on the part of the laity
a the clergy is very natural and ersy
e fplapatioo. Beyond all possible ques
Stihe character and omole and dignity of
priesthood cannot be set too high.
-higher-- then, nothing
so high as, the priesthood in this
- The priest is the offerer of the
Saerifice, the minister of the sacra
whieh -give grace to the soul and
~M~lagthen it; be is the mediator between
,Gd and His people, as Moses was; he is
4dlr.eet and immediate representative on
eLA of our Lord Jesus Christ, the pastor
ofý: uls, and-his person, character, and
0ia are sacred.- So that, taking into con
ldwritioo the awfulness, the sublimity of
his great office, the nearness with which he,
.of-Aceasetty, stands to Christ. it is not too
ati to say that if every priest is not a
be ought to be.
tlli, we must bear in mind that in
aiether and the ordinary sense, the priest
human like ourselves,'made of flesh and
subject to all the ills and tempts
to which flesh is heir. He is not
up on a height and set apart from
the people, his head and heart
a in the height of heaven, living on
tqiby day in a passionless calm-a sort
mysterious automaton appointed to
form certain offices for man. No; he
something far different. He is a man of
sen, whose life, if it he true to his vocs
i, a living sacrifice. Sharing to the
-ir alt the passions, troubles, trials, temp
tatiens of men, he takes them, groups
Amee together, and makes of them an altar
whpmeon be lays himself out as a sacrifice
to be consumed before his God by the fire
of sufering-and penitence, and prayer.
This Is not at all a fancy sketch ; it is
theltrue palest, but most inadequately ex
. The man who lives this life
heaven be praised I there are thou
who do live it-is a theoferos, a man
W bears God about in him. The light
god shines in his face; the peace of
aid s set as a heavenly seal on his heart;
obharity of God lives in biml and makes
oly all round about him. Men are never
wed in him. However lowly, how
degraded, however proud. they inva
ely recognize the finger of God, and
easily when it is visible in the crown
glory of God's work here on earth
..is men such as these who move the
orld, more than the greatest of captains
of statesmen. Their lives make the
holy, and are in themselves the most
onderfal testimony to the reality of the
viCe Creator. And when to this good
is joined the highest culture, a pro
d knowledge of the science of God, 4
ad, strengthened, and widened by
t prayer and meditation, the world
Indeed, and readily recognizes, a per- a
man.
j'We talk much and hope much about the i
ralon of this great country to the
lie faith. Judging humanly, it is
aly a work within accomplishment;
the United States, instead of having re
the word of God, has received it
bly, and allowed it free scope and <
ie. There is, however, much stony e
pad to be broken up, many thorns and
ra in the way., The Church here was t
lanted by martyrs and so claimed for
st. It must be won by saints, by t
ally lives; and where are we to find t
late if not among the clergy I A chaste t
Itood, a chaste people. Sanctity is e
first requisite; intelligence and true e
pathy with the people the second.
hen a man is holy, lerned, cultivated,
I alire to the movements of the time, the e
irations of the people round him and r
r needs, he will need no trumpeting to 0
nounce him to the world, his work wi-l t
e itself felt perforce; people will look t
him as their natumal guide, and Ihe will a
out of life and up to heaven, lepying t
hind him a rich legacy to the Church, I
bhecountry, and to aftertime. t
An amusing instance was told a Hiarp- i
n, Va.., correspondent, of tie quick e
-ttedness of a negro preacher, who had
elaborated a new theory of the exodus, to i
wit, that the Red Sea got frozen over and I
so afforded the Israelites a safe passage; t
but when Pharoah with hid heavy iron t
chariots attempted it, tl:ey broke through t
and were drowned. A brother rose and f
asked for an explanation of the paint. I
"Pe been studying gography, and the gog
raphy says dat be a very warm country-- t
where dey have de tropics. And do trop- r
lei too hot for frentzo'. Do pint to be I
slaned is'bout breakin' throug.l the ice." 1
The preacher straightened up and said:
"Brudder, glad you axed dat qlrestion. It
gives me 'casion to 'eplain it. You see that
as a great while 'do-in de ole times fo'
dey bad any gography-fd' dare was any
tropics."
Wao WILL TaKE CARE OF THEM 1--It
is commonly supposed that engineers get
so accustomed to fast runniong that they are e
unmindful of the perils whch beset them
durinlg every minute of their journeys. This I
is a mistake. They appreciate the dangers c
of their occupation, and, though it is rare r
that an engineer falters in his duty, they 1
do not, as a rule, like to exceed a certain
speed. This aversion to extraordinary
uning was illustrated in the remark of an
d engineer, yesterday, when informed
She must take out one of the fast trains c
en Monday. Removing .his slouch hat, a
and running his fingers nervously through t
hisb hair, the old engineer, who has made C
all aorta of time, in daylight atrid darkness,
fo twenty years said: "' All right, boss,
Iil take her through, but who'll take care I
of my wife and five children if anything
shldhappen !" The remark showed that
engineers sometimes, perhaps often, think a
f their families at the same time they are a
wstehlg their engines, and that there are I
oe things that they like better.than run
dlug £l miles an hour.--hicsag 21asee. I
S8o, months ago a gentleman from
ba Duffl paid a visit to a friend of hib in
the township of Beverly, Canada, a Mr.
HRery, and remained with him several
days. Daring his visit the Dumfries ge
tleman complained that his bouse was hlt
erally infested with rats and mise. He
had tried every device to get rid of them,
and all had failed. Mr. Henry. who is as
ingenious as he 4e fond of sport, declared
that he would battle the rats out of his
friend's cellar in little hles than no time, to
use his own expression. Next day the two
drove to the gentleman's house so Dam
fries. Mr. Henry took with him a common
quarter gross match box pierced with a few
holes, which he carefully placed under the
seat of the baggy. The Pumfries gentle
man feeling that his friend was going to
give him a surprise, probably with some
improvement on* a ferret, asked no ques
tions, the better to enjoy the surprise when
it did come. Arrived at the house, they
had dinner, and after the ladies had retir
ed Mr. Henry placed the box on the table
and removed the lid. In an instant from
the bar leaped a fttl-grown garter snake;
measuring three and a half feet in length.
The reptile, which was highly excited with
the heat, reared itself almost on the ex
tremity of its tail and glided about the tas
ble with remarkable rapidity,.lickiug its
ghastly jaws with its fJrlted and nimble
tongue. The Damfriea gentleman shrank
back into the corner a!mist petrifi:d with
horror. Mr. Henry showed how silly this
was by taking the snake upon his arm and
handling it much as a back driver would
his whip lash. His fears were finally over
come, and when he had composed himself
he led his friend into the cellar where the
snake was set at liberty. The reptile im
mediately darted for the wall, and the next
moment discovered a hole, into which it
glided with the greatest ease, an interest
ing terrier stood at their beels, and both
gentlemen held clubs, which were trumps
just about then. The snake had not dis
appeared over a minute before half a dosen
rate bounced out of the hole and met a
terrible late at the bhands of their enemies
outside. But the snake was not satisfied;
it discovered every rat hole in the cellar,
and glided in and out among tie rocks
where even rate cou'd not have gone. It
was finally taken up and placed in the box
after twenty rats and almost as many mice
had been killed. The snake belongs to a
black garter family, which are in reality
the best friends the farmer has got. They
live exclusively upon the field mice, worms,
flies, and other vermin, and if they occa
sionally swallow a frog or dine on a couple
of young ground birds, or accidentally
glide across the path of a human being,
their lives should be preserved, as their
good qualities counterbalance these de
fects. The one possessed by Mr. Henry
was captured by him last summer in a pea
field, and since he has had it, no rats are
to be seen or heard of in the neighborhood
of his house. The reptile is kept in a box,
as before stated, and fed upon liver. Next
summer Mr. Henry intends to capture all
the snakes he possibly can alive, and
train them up for the benefit of his neigh
bore.
In one of the charming letters of Mar
garet Lucas, Duchess of Cleveland, writ
ten two hundred years ago, she says:
" Children should be taught at first the
beat, plainest and purest of their language,
and the most significant words, and not
as their nurses teach them, a strange kind
of gibberidge. brokes language of their own
making, shich is like scraps of sevt'eral meats.
heaped together, or hash 'd, mixed or minced;
so do they the purest of their language;
as, for example, when nurses teach chil
dren to go, instead of saying 'Go,' they say
'Do, do, and instead of saying, 'Come to
me,' they say 'Tum to me;' and when they
newly come out of a sleep and cannot well
open their eyes, they do not say, 'My child
cannot well open his or her eyes,' tut, 'My
child tant open its flies;' and when they
ahould bid them speak they bid them
peak;' and when they should ask them if
they will or would drink, they ask them if
they will 'dink ' And so all the rest of
the language they teach children is after
this manner. Likewise they learn thera
he .rudest language first; as to Oau them
Say such an out' lies, or to call them rogues
and the like names, and thou laugh as if it
were a witty jesat."
These suggestions of the DJchess are
ixcetdingly timely. This excellent lady
]ever bad any children herself, but she
moult. have tdoubtiss made them speak
:he Kibg's Euglisli f she lihad possessed
hem. It is this early inoculation of clang
and ingrammaticsmu which c!ings to men
And women through li:e, which breaks out
I ke a linguistic leprosy at intervale in t
htat eho unve leceived the besu tof educa
;ion in the schools, tnoi have made a mark 1
n the world. The teaching is not conlla
id to nurses, us the Dachiesa intimates.
rho parents ate largely to blame for taiunt
pog lie elilid's lanu&igt.. hliving been
put through the word nmnngling process
thrreelvto, tlhy p,;'iepgato theo ystem
through thtir iftlpriug. aimd thus make
bhenselves and their c:itldeu slerctackls
or gods cand mieu as coi ruluture oi the Eng
islii language.
'Tihe re uiedy hies in tho aba:iiid'nu r. t of
he dialect of the nrrner y. 'There ai ro
aen why pure E-glisl Ehould unt bu
iabitually spkcn in t:ic th;ldreL's r::!l,.
rhe prestut di!octc of tihe huldey is out
ifuiernt lfromn tiaut in tae two hudrcd i
fears ago, in the Duclle-a of Clevil:i; d'a
time. It is a dialect which a/olld have
o lilaco in the household. It is an e-l-my
)f the glorious Eniglietb laugua;o. Trhe
grafting of slang plhr~scs on nru infant e
mremory is simply an utrocity. Ac to the
iralting proniiciation of oordE, inestad ol I
sucouraging it, it should be corrected. 5
IIontesquieu spoke and wrote Latin pure
y and perfectly at sev-n years of ago, be
:ause he was allowed to hear and speak
cone but the purest Latin from the cradle.
A child gatets its language from those im
nediately around it.-Courier Journal.
About two years ag3, some benevolent
eaidents of San Frauciaco assembled to,
oneider the amount of juvenile vagabond
ge and destitution in time Golden City, and
o devise means to diminish it. Their
leliberatione resulted in the establishment
af the "Youth's Directory," a free employ
sent agency, where work and a consequent
ivelihood could be secured by those in
want of them. Up to the first of January
cf this year, three thbousand, one hundred,
md sixty seven boys, of all classes, races,
and creeds, had obtained sitnstoattoLon
rarms, In stores, shops, and factories. Men,
womeo. and girls had aleo been assisted in
heir efforts to proenre employment.
mane* is tiessbeten, tb eleath's DIlie
toet' bas donf muo h god4 and its seep
has widened as its oppotulnties have nla
ereased.. Darinr the ten moauths endlo
Janury let, 1877, two tbosand, five huba
dred and forty-fve destitute lads were ree
cued from the streets, provided with situm.
tions, and surrounded with moral tlai.
caee, whitle very many others were far
obshed with free lodgings to the number of
138, and with free meals to the number of
575. The cost of ibis charity during that
period, including the wages of the superin
tendent, the commission of the collector,
alms in extreme cases of dietress. efLlee
expenses and nondries; was only $778 85,
in averare of $77 88 a mothb.
MISCELLANEOUS.
SOUTHERN RELIGIOUS ART.
E. HUMBRECHT,
FRESCO PAINTER,
Hv 'n given entire sitlifattion to his man, patrons,
has been eneouraged to open a STUDIO at
Under St. Patriektl Hall. on Lifayette St,
Next to the corner of Camp.
(Resldt noa--3 Goeodchildron street. Third District)
for the dioplav of his Platrtigs HEe Is perpared to
excto uode's for all kiLds tI. work, locludlag
LIFE-SIZ PICLURES FOR CBIURCHES;
STATIONS OF TILE WAY OF THE CR)SS;
BANNERS, etc, as also for
Frescoing Churches.
Prices a'apted to the prrsen' clrcnmataoeos of our
ro'plo aod. ctnoqueut v, below those charged for
the ..mes works as per Catalogues from the North.
- 8efers to -
His Orac., the Moot Rev. Archbiahop. and to the
Clergy of 7 ew Oilears; and io his Foesc Paeint.
louge in the folloalng Churehea: Cathedral,
1t. Augustine's and Holy Trinity.
Tbh publin are cordially Invited to visit Mr. Hum
brecht'. studio and examine his works. mhhitf
BLOUNT SPRINGS, ALA.
Great Southern Health and Pleasure
Resort,
The waters from thess Justly celebratedSprings are a
oertain and speedy core for
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA,
Chronto Sore Eyes, Goat, all Eruptive Diseases of the
Skin, Pimples, Blotches, Ulcers of every description,
and for Paralysis and almost every disease the human
flesh is heir to. They have no superior on this Conti
nent.
The JACKSON HOUSE and surrounding cottages
have been refitted, with capaelty extended for the
accommodation of mole guests this seseon than ever
before.
SATIn G1 BOARD DURING THE 1 UMER MO ,Tile.
By the day............... ..... 2 50
Bythe wek ................................. 1400
By the month Itwo or more in one oom)......... 40 00
By the month (aingle person in room) ............ 50 00
BLOUNT EPRItOGS are on the South and North
Alabama Raltroad, 130 miles north of Montgomery, In
the mountains and mineral region of North Alabama,
and on the direct line of travel from Cincinnati to
Mobile and New Orleans.
J·el lm J. D. TOWNER, Proprietor.
FOR BARGAINS IN TRUNKS. BAGS,
VALISES A~ND ATOCHELS
00 TO TIll
Crescent Trunk Factory Depot,
36............. MagazineStreet...........36
Where youen will find a foll assortment of home made
goods of the beet material, at the LOWEST PRIOES
in the clty. Also. Trunks Repaired and Covered.
Ccuotr' ordere will receive prompt attention.
m2UO 7 ily A. ENIMINGEIK. 1t Magastne stret.
.[THE BEST
Photographs in the South,
PERFECTICN IN LIKENESS, RICH IN TONE,
UNEQUALLED IK EVERY OTBER WAY.
ARs MADE, AT
WASHBURN'S
NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Corner of Canal Street and Exchange Place.
Elegant D. i;gns, with all Moddrnl Ivlrovemente.
mho4 77 ly Finest Art Work. Prices Moderaote.
IMPORTANT! ! !
TO THE SOLID MEN, THE BUSINESS
MEN, TIZE YOUNG ME.V, dND
THE BOYS AND YOUTHS
OF TillS CITY.
COGAN & SONS'
Dustom-Made Clothing
IS JUSTLY CELEBRP.ATED
.or Its Style, Durability and Cheapness.
As we keen no El'sern.made Clothilg. our Goods
ore oen:irl. OUR OWN MAKE-cut and made in Ito
couse by first clans Tailors. in styles eptcial;y to suit
lis city.
rcm the NEW E4T PATTERNC in SEASONABLE
:LOTHe, DIA(GOVAiA S DE)t KI)S and CAtS!
dELtEd.. we are c'.nstantly making up I
NEW STYLES
N CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHIi1G. FOTr MEN'S,
O'TTHb' AND BOYS' WEAR
A etrlot role 'of the house Is to nl"'at g:vn a
rIlihT-CI.AiSS FIT, andl Lilt PRICES wrili bo f.ioord
Sheto a reat deal lets than is usually rail for ilorlior
corther.-made gcod,.
'I" l bouyers andi e,.rrera of iloti,n Lo esult tho)r,"
o.vcs better and pay I -s loan ;1) at
COGAN'S CLOT*HING.HOUSE,
HAN A AN~ 0 F'1r P.ACi IN; THIS Cl ITY.
- A IL.. -L OF ,.JRt .iIc..LE i,-.
)ni'al,l Iil'o~N PSS SU.l'Ti, f'nm .... .. !1 :S, to F12 10
l'A'-- til .l' IT +,E;r ;......... . 9 1)to 14i11
':re,ch 1'I. 'N .T, l l' . .. r .... . .. Oll to t15t)
, . .n I. ( C 'T I , trnm .............. 1.. n' to 21, 11
qearoCrot SACK CtVO'7i'. Irom.......... . 0to 9 )i r
o,,hh C t0 tlS.tEI'1.'N'I". f0m0...... 4" 05t 4).5
hi,:li-h W 'o)I-'" ll'l I'.\'lN f:'iir, .... .. 3.'.4to 5 o
itck IDOESKIN PANT''. frnlt.......... 4 to f 110
iv.,laotinto .tl: *.'i I'ANt. rfrom....... 1 50 to 2 5
Pnasionnltoe I14ESd VFST.o . fto,*....... 151 to : 51
,,ya' S1IIo(),iL and TIl)R-. Si7I ,I, frorn. 4 51 to 90 0
ight arnd He try OVEIICO)A''S. from.... 5 tO to 12(0
Aleo a rnocril liLo of .opl rtrol ('LlTftTS,, CAS)
gElitTS IIIA(,O)NAL J I;I. 1.(;1. I)lFiY CI.OTB S
o- tteoerho h ii ), lto have their Clothing made to
rdr at : qually low i r. a-s
COGA;'S CLOTHING HOUSE,
Ii Canal etreet,
letween the Customhouse acd the River.
Opocu until I o'clock P. . xor Suonda". fr25;7 by
,jARLIN WEYDIG,
Manufacturor of
ADDLES, IBARNESS AND HOSE,
Firemen's and Military Equipments
MADE TO ORDER.
Staler In ell fn'tnd of Lrather end Rololer lice and
Irloahor aootl ltlboer P: pots. utolon+ cod 'ire.SlLek
rts. Iforee tcotsootar lIlacn ts. Lap ]Lnatere,
BogrJy iobe s Flr Nets a5d Wtly.s,
en all klmota of "addolery Hladwaoe.
Country orders promptly attended to.
S.... ....Pydra Street...........170 a
poNTOnARTRAIN CHEAP LTORE.
J. A. LACROIX,
Oorner FroEohhoa and Vlotory Btreet.
LADIES', oarT, MSRES AND OU2I.DR3N
BOOT8 AND SHOES
Of al1 desortpgtone.
Always o bhead a fall sbsertesat of amtwelaai geed
aBssw ixm-aecy oopott ton.
w ad aao my reek before perekag elsb.
IMT MOTTO. "Quclk sales nd smaml proits."
Jaokso BNltrroates pam in frot of the sore.
spe77 y
JOHN FRIEL,
Fashionable Hatter,
54..........t. Charles Street........ .54
Two domes from the corner of Graer,.
oem 77y tSEW OCLCASU
J D. CRASSONS,
o o
26............ Freachmen Street..........26
oanti7 Iv rvw cRLPANW
GAS FIXTURES-RANGES.
GAS FIXTURES ANI) BANGE3
AT
N*EW YOIRK PR:ICES.
Ageiae for the -
GREAT BARSTOW ASDl WARREN RANGES.
Dealers in Gas Fixtures. l'ums. Bath Tube and
Plorvbint k4atortials.
Plumbing and Gas PFtln promptlv attended to at
ULIIVAN & BULGER'S,
feb25 77 ly U7 Camp street. near Poydras.
THOS. McKENDRICK,
PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER,
62.5............ Magazine Street;..........625
Above Joephlne.
DEALER IN PLUMBING AND GAS PITTING
MATERIALI, CHANDELIERS.
BRACKETS, ETC.
AGENT FOR 711 1
NEW BEAUTY ELEVATED OVEN RANGE,
PARAG3N RANGE,
BEARTH AND ROME COOEISO STOVES,
for Wood or Coat.
MIXED PAINT, READY FOR USE,
ROUSE FUBRNISHIING GOODS, ETC.
V` All orders will receive prompt attention at low
FINANCIAL.
NEW ORLEANS SAVING INSTITUTION,
156.............. Canal Street..........- 156
- OmiCE :
D. URQUHART. President.
THOd. A. ADIAMS, First Vioe Presidont.
THO. ALLEN CLARKE. Seconad Vie President
OCHARLES J. LEEDS. 2 bird Vloe President.
CHARLES KILSHA , Treasurer.
TaUHvs:az
Thomas A. Adams, George Jonas.
Thomas Allen Liarks, Jobn . Gaines,.
Ohas. J. Leeds, Christian Bohneider,
Saml. Jamison. (arl Kohn,
A. Moulton, T. L. Bayneos.
Hi.. Pasfrey. David Urquhart.
Interest allowed on Deposits. oo15 76 ly
LOUISIANA SAVINGS BANK AND SAFE
DEPOSIT COMPANY,
51 Camp Street,
Capital ............................ 8500,000
3. C. PALMER. President.
JAMES JACKSON, Vioe President.
DIlIerORS.
ED. CONERY, FREDERI(7 WING,
J. H. KELLER, W. H. TIlOKAs,
W. B. SCHMIDT, JAMES JACKSON,
e. 0. PALMER.
This Bank insures egainsst ie by BUHRGT.E38,
THIEVES and FIRE at low rates.
Depsilts of FIFTY CEETS and upward received
and Six aPer Cent allowed, payableJan. It and Joly !1o
I oapltal and the caartrcter of its Directors gRatr,
tee I)epooltors larnset loan.
jyll 76 ly JOJ0 . WALTON. Oei,3t
CARRIAGE MAKERS.
.u F. CLARK,
134 anRd 13(.... Rampart Street.....134 and 134
BIetween Toulouse and St. Peter,
NEW ORLICANB.
Manufacturer of all kindeof -
Carriages, Barouchos, Buggies,
Eri.ro*i, Wagone, Platfo:-o and Elliptic .l,.r;rt
Wagone,
SEWING MACHINE WAGO.S, ETC.
&gcra for Jas. Cumnngham & L on'o otlobratod ('t.
rlagon and IHearte.
Uoontry order, promptly attendcd to. api2: 7 .
OSEPII SCHWARTZ,
IMPORTER AN1D .KALER IN
C'rr mge, Wagon and Cart Materials,
ipr'i 4:,.a. Bolta. Ready Made V hetla, Bugg
S-A. Wood Work. Trimmings,
t'a t.t'; : oIND V.1.I TiSIIEN
SALVL'LN PATENT WRREL,
C' ., ',, Wairn Mlater and Repairer,
--- . aleeroor and Factory -
".',. 4:, 4.7 a, d 47 Perdido Street,
I,;pposite C:"r'oV Street
T deA L j itANA
. T[!OI ',; N & tItrS,
Carri'.ge anrd Spring Wagon lakers,
.t..nd R0.. tm... air:ilit it reit...-..G and 7(
,'wton Clo aLon d Gravier.
tl-r·erd Tihrest i'rem:unm at State Faire of 1t71. 1t1
IJ. and 1-. for best "'anrtli Pli-aton, Victoria, UOp
and 'Top BRoggie. Ior Wa1on, Greor a
Vagon, Liprea Wagon, eto.
r.ein: p.ractical workmen, L:d employing nre ic
bho bet toianice. we are prepared to make to order
nr repair Carriagtla, Bogieo.. l,ring Wagon., atc. Can
refor to utiay li)oinena loon In thie city uaing vhlrilen oi
oar maooacture. All work ouararlteed. ftr"1t iv
UNDERTAKERS.
F1N1C JOHNSON,
Undertaker,
203 and 207 .... Magazino Streuto....03 and 2(7
Now Orleans.
All kinds of 1Metalld (wao and Caskete. oenweod,
Mahogany and Paia U(oeins. mbl$ 7 ly
Chas. C. Jrone-, John . Itoche.
(formery with Frank Johnson )
JONES & ROCEE,
5 eand 2~5 Magazine Street. near Delor.d,
LUNDE1RTAKERSi AND EMJBALMFBRS.
All business entrnast d to the firm will recelve prompt
and carelul attention at moderate rates.
CAttLIAGkS 1TO kitE. 2877 ly
JOILN F. MARKEY,
(Successor to Thomas Markey,)
UNDERTAKER,
40, 42 and 44...Claiborne Street...40.42 and 44
lB.twnou Cummon and Palmyra Streete.
Patent Metallic ftnrtaI Case, Mahogany, Black Walat
and Palan Co-line alwaye on haae
UU-BRALLS attandd an by the Pronpriat In Dreren,
•o bes, b [email protected] attntlon to bu talaao obtala
OIBSAEit. TJlaaen ty
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InDUCtlIOnL.
COLL3Oa .B
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION,
Gerer e' Oeamema sa Bare ms st'reet.
NUW OBLUA&S.
shiai i tshy a lerstetta tarnepenstei ythamel
niir ai a e -l us 1 .oss arival. W peenee.bt Trip
T e a stse s for thee wh desire to hm hve a
I.. d u w ellies ee4 \na' h.
The rsoteamur it .r bae heg kaee t o
Tie Or m and lous trne of heen ettS deab w deW
eat wrab at jetro Lat intd rtoet.
The O natm h O e p t r t hee wh dei e have a
dt, pgess the clha e anddn co o...
Tsepatrea maol admitted ins e the knwa ho d
readani welto.
0The mral and Rel PsUra t et o theL Ta Pdreele te
leadu obecst if the eL etoe.
r y mouth a repot Loso to to Meat. ettig -
duet, prlree, renk M L dne d ea Id 
The atdemiul year beins thr the nleet Ilonde
of Oosnee and closes toward, the oed of July.
TERMS:
Entrance Foe. t e.
COllegiate Oonitw, pelyable in edvauee, and n Uaited
-state ofirrenoerv two, n.nth. .O.
reprarthery Coptc , a10.
my70l 7 ii lino. F. 6ATTRELET. Presldeut
ST. STANISLAU G
COMMER'IAL COLLEGE,
BAT ST. Louum, Mnsuelrrt.
This institnuton, chartered by the State Leglslteure,
end conducted by the Brothers of the 8acred Han,
h ba been In elootcofoul operatic. sineoo 18. eutliul'y
situated on the shores of the Say, oommanding an edt..
eie vidwe of tne i nilt and piordoing all the advante
of the sea broece and bathing in the Summer, its splat.
did location it a . -t lIciltement to healthful mexercise
and amsemcent for the pupill. The Coommercial (Uose
d omprises all the boaohes of a good English edica
Iard and Tuition, per seesio, payable al yeasy in
adaeo................. ......................oo to
Wshoing, per as ion ..... ................. 15
-d B ,ddip, u , session. (optional) .................. I 0
Vacation, If ept at the insttution............ 00
IXTRA CIItAILe I
Flannend Violin, per mouth, stPo.............. 00
U of Piano. per month ............. ............ 1
SFlute, per month .............................
raft tramsnt, per month ................... 100
Spanshh and German languagee, par month, eah.. 00o
S or furthsr particular., apply to
BRO. GABRIEL,
m310 '7 IV Direetor of the College.
ST JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
FOR YOUNG LIDIS,
Conducted by the Sisters of Charity,
Near Emmlteburg, Frederick County, Maryland.
This institution s pleaantly situated Ina heathy ae d
c picturesque part of Frederick conty. Mrylannd. half a
mIle from Rnmithourlg. and two mnule lfrom Monet St.
Bary's College. It was commenced in 10, and noor.
porated by theLegslature of Maryland in 1816. The
building l aro eonvdnient and spacious.
- Walli -
The academic year is divided into two seione of ire
months each.
Board and Tuition per auademlo year, ineludlui
Bed and Beddlng, fWashinLg, Mending and
Dootor's fee............................... 0 04
I1. -for each session ........................
ALL PAYABLE IN ATDVAiNC.
I The Academic year Is divided Into two Selons of Ive
month, each, beglnnlng reapeotlvolv on the frat Monday
of Septedber and the fcrt of February.
Lettere of liquirydirected to the
MOTHER SUIERIO.
no8 76 ly 't. Joseh's Academy. Emmitobueg Md
ST. MARY'S DOMINICAN ACADEMY,
GREENVILLE,
Corner St. Charles and Broadway Streets,
SNew Orleans.
Thin Academy, under the charge of the onen of St.
Dominic, ocouplee a beautiful site near New Orleans.
The plan of onstruction nnites every advantoagswhich
cn contribunte to an education at onoe solid and re.
fined.
Board and Tuition, per annum.............. J200 t
Muslo, Drawing and Painting form extra charges.
Scholastic duties are redomed the lt of September.
For further prticulars address
o002 76 lV MOTHER PRIOREItS.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY,
DRYADES STREET,
Conducted by the Nuns of St. Dominic.
The duties of this Institution will be resumed on the
Fist Monday in September.
The system of education e'nbtaee History. Geo.
grsp'hy, the Eglish and French Lngtusgoes od itera
ture, R'hctorlIc Matbnnattc, liook-LKeeptng. Natnral
I'h;losophy. Logic, Metaphysics
iRpeaoll atentimn gi-ven to EpLithlary Correepondnce
and Comp:,itlou; also to Tap.nsry, Embroidery, Plain
andi Ort;.lmtal N.eedleworkr.
Leoeon! in I'rPiting and Wa-.work or frm extra
hllarge m ,
Lie ,onr In Vocal and Iutl ime ntal aMnrae by a
ProInu',a. aur7 tf
ST. CH&RLES COLLEGE.
GRAND COTEAU, PAItRtII OF ST. LANDIRY,
LOU ttihANA.
This College. icrcnporatd d by t'e State of Loullnsna
with the privtlveg of conferring Acadewlo I)egrnes. is
oundctend by the Fatter, of t'he Society of JAons.
The plan of iostrtcltioneastrice the ordinary eon rne
of Sctenct, Literatrpre aon Cor meree, the ame as they
Cre taught In ot, er J.suit Collegel.
Ihe next ~mesi will open ttolcer Id.
lana,. T!tiotn, Wanting and Stationery, per year, 125
Ontrane . Fo lu(for to. tlet yer uly) .............. .II
oMedical e ............. . . .......... In
Ied and It,'tlnm. when tfrnlshd b'i theo Clleago.. tI
PoyStvei muit ibe made halt-yearly io advance.
Fur farethr par.inon r art'vc to
P. Pttli'.NINE a. 0. Agente,
anl3 70 ly 14i1 lera-ier 'tr-rt. New ()f ,:canl.
PLAIN iBOADRI)N SClIOOL,.
The t~atl.r,lh:, Orjchtn Auy;htts it a'.chta. M:sc n
ulp;)', e!!i rectcdre bhlc a and p.; as Itiardere, o: t ie
oharfe of i1 IPaer monlh. elia..ts I iid In 4vance.
Th'a will rgy for baral. toil -I.,*, washing and tultiot .
The h.i'l, tou. p,y txtra Ilfty c-nft por month oe tit
o Ho of the tntforon. .
The botrdt-rt will Lay Ito came fare and tretmei I
an the e-shac s
TIIe arrnpemant is mado for the espin·l aomme.
datlon of Catholic famllles with limlted moans. tini
ulith to Ia-s their children a plain Cathollo edocatlue
at little expense; or at leat to gier them a few months
of particular preparation for their First Commualniu
and Confirmation.
Children, however, w.o are not Catholice wUlI ate
be received.
Appiy to the Brother Director of D'Bvereux Ia
Orphan Asylum ; or to the Sister Servant of St. Macye
Orphan As.lm, loothes, Mlaulsslppi. jll
NIGO T )ChtOOIL
St. Alphonsus' Convent or Mercy.
Houre-- r. 1. to ct r. a.
Terms. made known at the oveInt.
INDU8'1RIAL SCHOOL.
EmbroLidery. Wa Work, i'aweee8 Diel. MaBn ed.etr
Ive in prlvate ai els.
. Piionia ettios Iivem to BOK.KEE? O@ in
the Btpe lDepenmeS.nj je
r, SISTERS,.0P T. JOIE.
tl mr Se. a.Up eel eabesaeisee
r wit b r lhet s-l . i
I e we llptsmat Jelw i ea am -
dI.. t t . lr.e r -sa. e -
l sar te<armBiai r.>
ta otSthrer Ot h rm M 
I tastei a t n • "r .mies 8. N ,
Thes Imel on Is eao mal.ee a esta ,l
byrb te h buRao -dlaw o sth oe s ai r an
r teaht awl mase I eMees wioh e .p r , "
Sver N y leae ' o of wUldn .
I* DTe eOmbe,·r va poeit e e mreaitee
oehrist B rthatep hereh Ser a seatetypal g
vete S r oMs e e ptoable mild pait o . ea .
Bard etne pera e re f lapleand placesbaee
_ boo- ni so 3lv Urthe q 0s I n
,Entrance., o be-o ..................
-MaiLo Lesoa and use of Iairme. ...... . U
Singing Leons............................. . .
Drawing , ,. ..............Le r........ni db the '
eoe.-Wlrk mIn all son larlol, epifr aNe hll
MHIratoaoooret thet a ashbas
atioi lower, l os tauo e the i us.
For further particulaghrs ddress, "'upeeteeiO at
Academy of the Sisters of St. Joseph. Ueg 1311,Nwm e
leans1" or, If m*oro neolvonieniAppl? to .
JEFFERSION COLLEGE,
(fi. MA o ra)
PEARTISH 01T. JAMES, r4,
i • -Now .rtl eans.. 4 ,
oThis ancient snd magnutfot estabhlebmeslt
p of the Mareat father., who ram a e.Metya enpeIoF .
V oted to education. Colloege ]otl and Oeuatie L
are onvounsnt and regularlandlng plaoes bSitsemha.
going to and returning from Now Orleana.
Board, tuition. washing and tatlo . per ee '
five month .............. ....... ..........
Dooors foce ani medicin, In erdiaary,.e.e.ef f-.
nos (for all), per annum ..................... )N
Washing, pner anin .. .................
Entrance toe, to be paid only once ............
eu -- EtraoCbarg hs- r
German or Spanish...........................
seoof Phllo phqal Apparatnsandon Omeal.r..
1 Vocal Muasi...................... at Prseesoneradm. .
Violin or Piano, with use of instrumost, par aies-h -
Use of instrument and muslo lesmons (Br o. SBas
r annum .................................
o mol nooks, tamp, and theor soheol aoesemrl
ateutretntethy
Bedding, when provided by the College, per maemt f"
N. B.-Al music leons are to be paid fa t w
I in advance. ,.. h-,e-n d
His Grace, the moat Rlev. Archbishop of Now . rge
For further deotanl, apply u to t ov. PI es , i
the College, or to
TVMR. P. POURXBO "
Oe9 76 ly No. 140 Grvioer street.New Orls ,
SPRING HILL COLLEGE,
PIXAt MOBILE, ALA.
This ong-established Institution, so favorably knhle
toe t . Pe o the South, will enter upon is Ntoy.
fof hol~a~ico year on
Wednesday, October 4, 1876.
SWith the old sdvantgeee of a wnd Cp"lass-et
ommercialthe Educaton, bthe Dimore of tihel
superior to theo former C eoleg o pointt of wsid I "
arrangement and soomumoda onu. - ,
f The Profesore being members of a ee i '
f~or three hundredyears ho s devoted isoifto the
Education or youth arve i theior or tegrem ,a.
vantage of long traditional experieoce. The 05,meje
the) pree to giv, ot ben upon Rsligioo and ,erm
and ha for t . not oonly to dorthe mbd "'
also hpto s
?thir hearts the esteem of virtue anad a er
for toohe duties they will ae to discr I •.et
The Plan of ustkuotilon omeits of thre p ireoe
Couroses: t.e Preparatory, the ClssI.cal and the 0 •
mercial. Tb. Praparatory course lasts own yes an
is intended to prepare the younger students frtabu r
cla, either in the Classica.l or tommerela mutoes.
The CLASSICAL Course last srix year., and e -
brace all the branches of a thorough Coilegac sml
University lduaotion. At the end of the-ih
thre who ive proofs o the requis te Jknowledge aths
Greek adl Latino Luuoog, and scoew eunom t et .
clercy in Mental and N-atureil Philosophy, OC
and the higher brtnches of Mathemateec, ar e .
to the de.re of 0. f1. il(Bachelor of Arts).
The J),ego of masaer of Artas(A. M.ile sawalrded
those whb, devote n set,nd yar to theL stdy of PhJIls
phy and 1ire, in the College, or who htve pased we
ore in ti.. practice of a iearned pronfession.
The CO.'tlltiCLAL Coures lasts TLasts years,
embrcts all tlhe trioches uually taught in Uoebmes
toeli tcs. The third year of this rourse corresponds S I
the fith and sixth year of the Classical cos. 1%e
Ftudernts attend iectnreu e in Natural Phlooph d
Chemistry with tie rebelere of the Graduatlng ml
The at of atiruilon is from nine to fiftseem s.
and to te admrtted one musut previusly know hewf
read an4wwrite.
vonss r rowsteton Or T5 tr y T.rie.
Entrtaoose Fee, nr, er only ..................$ 150
Board. Tuition and Washing, payable half.yrly,
and in advt an ............................... ael a
Medical F.... ................................. 14 N
Bed and Boddlng .............................. lve
Circlars can t olutiatned by addressin the
Plthl,ii .T OF S"I',,.U DILL cJLI.GB
TH- JESIT FATHSE7.
l olcur Itarrne nand Uouemon utreoto, -New Orl !
P. l'O if.olJNit, Conllege Agent,
.nit. 414 t 14lrvier treet mew Orleams.
S'r. VI ('INT'S IBOARDING SCHOOL
FORt YOUNG LAI)It:K,
AT IDO.VALDSONVILLE, L.A.
sIp|t rivr ad tiel·ir I.ateorotb. It is orosel~0h
at nitnc a~coof tin,..s,. tetit by railway ond wMo r
lnnrer n wili tInt al lb Ih lrchtormN, in this lasie.
tione ci the I .cli::, .. ter b (a'Erhretn ad refined e
tinr,1 tie C'.:: In ,f ireti otlon being tHie same eOlbto
lotd. of milh i, Ic a brainch. Tie b lidi anldp
In cnesider-st In the bseba ng-td onditton o4 the
Ich'.' h. th teris bare beert reinruce torary ihalf-rpiee
h racodety Iear is divided intotoe wo )o lonsofg - 
o cth e t en ;irh s rrnecng eptember ilet, an
the encond Fecbruary lst.
TErg l---Payablo In Advaree
Boarnd Tuition, incle:diag wasting medgnodg,
bed and bedding, per Dseelon ................ " (y
Oer, pr annum ................................ I.de
French anguare............................. Idae
Blooks and ttetone a at.cnrrsat pIdes,
For further ,articnlurs;sferses can be mae
by Ietter to the 15smr at L Aoanldsenvils. " ye
ST. VINCENI"8 HOME FOR BOYS. ..
No. 371 Bienyjilo Street. "'
a few boys, havig parents cgrdisa eb Seuqi
email sam for theDr beard and eductisa, wl e
at ehos at the seo . as4 Ihe mum e ohs 
heMas hcrt rl l I I( lclb l tl u1
£pply kl he !rltr ~r(hitn ·drnb~p

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