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jsI O VY>ý= a~iP~t in. IS. l7. b MINIATUrI LIVES OF THE SAINTS. leptember I. T CYPRIAN, BISHOP, MARTYB. Cyprian was an African of noble birth, t baut of evil life, a pagan, and a teacher of g rhetorli. In middle life he was converted a to Christianity, and while yet a cateehu- r ad embraced a life of contenance, and a slid his estates for the benefit of the poor. t Very bshortly after his baptiam he was d ordained priest and made Bishop of Oar- d thage aotwithatanding his rsesistance. H He r was given up to works of bcharity, and his d letters concerning the reconclitation to the b Churebh of those who had fallean during i time of persection are a monument of tl charity tempered by prudence. When the ý .son of Daelaes broke out, he Red p il4 epicpal city, that be might be a i able to minister *p the wants of It his oek, but returnet on the occaion of tl a pestilence. Later oq he was banished, J sad saw in a vision his futnre martyrdom. tl Being recalled from exile, sentence of tl death was pronounced against him, whihob he received with the words "Deo gratisa." A His great desire was to die whilst in the ] sat of preaching the faith of Christ ; and t ii the consolation of being surrounded d at his martyrdom by erowds of his faithful a obhildren, who all desired to die with him. y He ordered twenty five gold pieces to be c given to his executioner himself bandaged t his eyes, and re seeted a priest and dea con to tie his hands. He was beheaded on a . e4tKept---258, a4-wa with great solemnity. Even the pagans respected hie memory. c Durinog the plague, St. Cyprian asaem bled the people, and taught them out of Holy Scripture the immense value which God sete upen works of charity. He urged Z them to show themselves true children of a their heavenly Father, "who makes the asun to rise on the just and the unjust." All gladly obeyed his exhortations; the a rich, by givnlog abundant aims; and the 9 poor, by giving their personal attendance, I not only to the faithful, but also to the t pagans who were siek. 1 t &September 17, kT. HILDEGARD. t St. Hildegard waa born A. D. 1098, of noble and virtuous parents, and educated in a convent by a holy, relation, whom she succeeded as abbees. There she grew in all graces and virtues; though her suffer ings were so continuous that "her whole I life was the image of a blessed death." As n abbess shabe was most exact in enforcing fi diacilpline. She read the bhearts of her t religions, and knew their inmost thoughts t and needs; but her authority was clothed E with exquisite maternal tenderness. From c an early age God had favored her with ii visions, which she held secret unotil an v inner voice bade her reveal them. Her t bishop submitted them to the Pope; who ft on the report of holy men, amongst whom tl was St. Bernard, wrote to her, approving N them. She was consulted on matters of t every kind by Popes and emperors, learn- p ed men and Religions Orders; and she r, wrote to all as she felt bidden; simply and n trankly, athe messenger of God without n any tinge ofself- consciousness. She wrote c Latin with ease, though she had never learnt it; and she answered questions in v theology with a precision and accuracy a which showed that her wisdom was an a infused gift. She holds a place high and ii almost unique among the holy women t whom God has raised up from age to age I to denounce corruptions, and to warn the c rulers of the churches of the need and duty a of reform. She died at her convent near t Binogee, A. v. 1179l. "From all parts of Gaul and Germany," A says the biographer of the Saint, "came t unceasing streams of persons of every con- h dition, to whom, by the grace of God, she ii ministered in things earthly as in things 1 heavenly. Many came in unbelief and of perverseneses; and, knowing their hearts, c she rebuked them and exhorted them, and Ca few ever resisted the force of her pleadings, a Jews even, who had come In mere curiosi 3 ty or in scorn, she confuted out of their t own law, and constrained to accept the t faith of Christ. For she was all things to t all men. She received all with lowliness t and coartesy, and spoke to each according I to his need and capacity, as one dead alike r to earthly honor and dishonor, to every t thought of self." September 18. Sr. JOSEPH OF CUPERTINO. I Like his father, St. Francis, God made Joseph great in His kinoadom by making him like a little child. When he tried to study be fell into ecetacy. He was turned ontof the Capuchins as a useless subject; t when they stripped him of his habit, he r said it was as if they tore off his akin. Received among the Minor Conventuals, I he sought to become a priest. He could J only learn one gospel-"Beatus venter." I Trasting in our Lady, he presented himself I for examination; the bishop gave him the i gospel to interpret and was satisfied. His life was a revelation of the gifts of the r blessed in heaven. Fragrance sweeter than I any earthly perfame exhaled from his i fesh and flled the whole convent. It was 1 calculated that he spent half his life lifted i from the earth in prayer. Three times.he bore men in his arms upward in bls flight. I The world was transformed in his sight; i when he went out, if he met a woman he i woald say that he had met our Lady or I some Saint. He looked at a fower, and I then bore it upward in the air, crying, "O i God, so visible and yet forgotten." He called the troubles of life the war of chil- 4 dren with popguns. Obedience was the 1 carriage wbiob took men sweetly to pars diae. He died, A. D. 1663; saying, "CupiO I diasolvi ;" then, "Victory, victory I" I Our Lady is the reward of those who I humble themselves as little children in the kingdom of God. Once when asked what Be cared for most in the world, St. Joseph answered: "I desire nothing but to reside I at the Grotella near the image of the I Blessed Virgin, whom I venerate and love." When he entered the church of 4 &ssisi for the first time, and saw in the roof a picture of the Mother of Gad, like that of the Grotella, with a loud cry ex claiming, "My Mother, thou hast followed me," he flew to a height of forty-four feet to meet our L dy iu tie aIr. He would acco, t no pr' rt iin' f(!, r·, with which he as mer C , f the Madonna. The: "My Mother it ~"?Fcpe i t ed , ~ flowers and ehe di a 1 : r .. un; cherries, and she will nor £,t thtn,. I aather, then, what shbe desires, and she answers. "It is the heart which I care for; I feed upon the homage of the heart " September 19. ST. JANUARIUS, MARTYR. Many centuries ago St. Januarius died for the faith in the persecution of Dioole tians, and to this day God confirms the faith of His Church, and works a continu al miralee through the blood whieh Jones rise shed for Him. The Saint was Bishop of Beaventum, and on one occasion be traveled to Misenuom in order to visit a d on named Sosins. Young as Soslins aM-for he died at thirty-Jannarins reverenced his sanctity and spiritaual wis dom. Daring this visit Jannarius saw the head of Sosine, who was singing the gospel in the chaurch, gist with fames, and took this for a sign that ere long Sosihs would wear the crown of martyrdom. So It proved. Shortly after Sosins was arrested and having confessed the faith steadfastly In thbemidst of extreme tortares, he was thrown into prison. There his friend, St. Januarius visited and encouraged him. till the bishbop also was arrested in turn. Soon the number of the confessors was swollen by some of the neighboring clergy. To gether they were led in chains to Peteoll. They were exposed to the wild beasts in the amphitheatre. The beasts, however, did them no harm; and at last the gov eroor of Campania, afraid of the efect which the miracle might have upon the crowd ordered them to be beheaded. Lit tle dig the beathen governor think that he was the instrument in God's hand of ash ering in the long eesuccession of miracles whch-sttasi the- il-of-J-sJnartus. The relies of St. Jannarins rest in the cathedral of Naples. He is the special patron of that city, which he has saved again and again from destruction in the eruptions of Moont Vesevius; and it is at Naples that the liquefaction of his blood occurs. To this standing miracle the most illastrious men in Chriatendom have borne witness, and the Ingenuity of heretics has vainly tried to explain it by natural causes. The blood is congealed in two glass vials. But when it is brought near the martyr's head it melts and flows like the blood of a living man. "It is," eaJe Baronion, "as if the blood were impatient for the moment of the reesurrection, when it will flaw through the body which God will raise in the glory of iEcorrnptiou." Fepteniber :. ST AIDAN, BISHOP. Aidan was a monk of the island of Hy or Ions. From this great monastic establish ment, founded by St. Columba, went forth many bishops and preachers into all the land as far as the Tyne. At the invi tation of Oswald, King of Northumbria, Aldan undertook the conversion of that country; and, while he was still imperfect in the English tongue, the king himself would act as his interpreter. The Saint travelled everywhere on foot, urging the faithful to frequent the Sacraments, and the heathen to give alms and do good. Whatever be taught he practised* and though he rebuked the powerful with true priestly authority, he administered his reproofe in a spirit of such Christlike meekness, humility and sweetness, that none ever took offence. He fixed his epis copal see at- Lindisfarne, afterwards called "Holy Ialand,P (rom the namber of Saintsb who were tinred and trained in the mon srtery foaunded there by the Saint; whence also sprang the noble monasteries which, in later years, covered the country from the Tyne to the Forth, and owned Holy Island as their mother-house. Aidan's converts were known for the fervor and asterity of their lives: even the laity of the north fasted on all Wednesdays and Aidan died A. . 631, and St. Cuthbert, then a ehepherd boy in Lauderdale, saw his soul ascending to heaven, and was inspired to renounce the world. He was buried in his church in Holy Island. When an apostolic missionary conplained once that the English of Northumbria were obstinate, barbarous and wild, St. Aidan said, 'It seemeth to me, my brother, that youa have beesttoo harsh with your ancal tured hearers. According to the admoni tion of the Apostle you should have given them first the milk of mere easy teaching, that being thus gradually fed and strengthened by the Word of God, they might, little by little, be led to understand the deep things and perform the perfect things of His bo'y law." Whereupon the whole of his brethren judged that he him aelf was the one who ought to be sent to preach to the Northumbrians. September si. ST. MATTHEW, APOSTLE. One day, as our Lord was walking by the Sea of Galilee, He saw, sitting at the receipt of custom, Matthew, the publican, whose basiness it was to collect the taxes from the people for their Roman masters. Jesus said to him, "Follow me;" and leaving all, Matthew arose and followed Him. Now the publicans were abhorred by the Jews as enemies of their country, outcasts and notorious sinners, who en richbed themselves by extortion and fraud. No Pharisee would sit with one at table. Our Saviour alone had compassion for them. So St. Matthew made a great feast, to which he invited Jesus and His disciples with a number of these publicans, who henceforth began eagerly to listen to Him. It was then, in answer to the murmors of the Pharisees, that He said, "They that are in health need not the physician. I have not come to call the just, but sinners to penance." After the Ascension St. Matthew remain ed some years in Judea, and there wrote his gospel, to teach his countrymen that Jesus was their true Lord and King fore told by the prophets. His devotion was to the majesty of Christ, the Sovereign of our hearts, who spoke writ, authority and claims obedience from His creatures, and who one day will come again to judge the whole world. St. Matthew afterwards preached the faith far and wide, and is said to have foiehed his course in Parthia. St. Matthew told St. Briget, as she one day prayed before hlis tomb, that before his vocation be bad tho good intention to wrong no ore, and was looking about for an opportunity to be rid of his dangerous employment, so as to adhere to God with his whole heart. The call to follow Christ so inflamed his conl, and the words of the DiviDe Pre a 'r .c rro C precinos to hinm, that from tl e v men ho thought no roa 4< of eartlily oizab tm-n of so ucoo straw. He could unliy u rcp .. iih joy that cur L ir'i had deigned to cl~l on mssn a pro.:: arol so great a sin-er to 1is grace. s.tembtsr BT THOMAS O VIILAUOVA. St, Thomas, the glory of the Spanish Church in the sixteenth century, was born A. b 1488. He was educated at Alcala under the eye of Cardinal Ximenes, and professed philosophy there and at Sala manes. A thirst for the science of the Sainate led bhim after two years to resign bis digonities, and to enter the house of the Austlin Friars ino the latter city. It was in the chair of truth that the fervor of his charity became first publicly known. Cruoolfix in hand be would fall into rapture, exclaiming. 'O Christian, look here, look here l" Charles;V. listened to him as an orsao!e, and appointed him Archbishop of Valencia. On being led to his throne ino church, he pushed the silken cushions aside, and with tears kissed the ground. His first visit was to the prison; the sum with whihob the shapter presentea him for his palace was devoted to the publio hos pitel. As a child he had given his meal to the poor, and two-thirds of his episcopal revenues were now annually spent in alms. He daily fed five hundred needy persons, brought up himself the orphans of the city, and sheltered the neglected foundlings with a mother's care. During his eleven years episcopate not one poor maiden was married without an alms from the Saint. Spurred by his example the rich and the selfish became liberal and generous; and when, on the Nativity of our Lady, A. D 1555, Br. Thomas came to die he was well nigh the only poor man in his see. St Thomas, being warned of his coming death, prepared himself for it by a general confession and the last Sacraments; and d utiet-what money--be-had to-the poor, sent his other goods to the rector of hlis college, except the bed on which he lay. And that he might leave the world naked as he entered it, this bed he gave to the jailer for the use of the prisoners, borrow Log it from him only till be shbould be gone. On the morning of September 8, feeling his strength fail, he ordered Mass to be said in his presence; and after the priest's Communion, with toe words, In manus teas Domine commendo spiriturs mnurn, he gave up his soul to God. We never see ourselves more clearly han when we kneel under the cruacifix in the Sacrament of Penanc.; and the oftener we kneel there, the clearer grows the light of the knowledge of self in the presence of God and at the feet of Jesus Christ. Cardinal Manning. A railway contractor recently tried to take a ride on a "train of thought," and, falling off, was ran over by a "passing event." DEPRAVED TASTE.-The small gentle man who indulged so freely in biting sar casm has taken to swallowing affronts. EDUCATIONAL. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF HOLY OROSS, NEW IBERIA, ATTAXAPAS, LL This Institution, under the special patronage of BHis Grace, the Most Rev. Arbchbishop of New Orleans, is delightfully situated on the banks of the Bayou saone. one of the most healthy and picturesque localities of the State. In addition to the benefits of a hristias education, it promises a thorough Instructton in the different branobhes of oommerce. Tslana r Board and Tuition, per annunm.......t............1 00 Washing, per annum..................... 10 00 Entrsnce Fee, first year only.................... 6 00 Doctor's Fees (medicines comprised)............ 10 00 For further information apply at the Morning Stae ice, or aares the rels en at Coeg. [ehl ST. MARY'S ACADEMY., CONDUCTED BY THE 8SITER8 OF LORETTO, MONTGOMERY, ALA. Board and Tuition, per session...0................I 08 Apply for a Circular. a ly ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, .MARION COUNTY, KY. OLASSIOAL AND COMMEROIAL. Classes resumed on the First Monday in 8ep t amber. TEanse Board and Tnition, bedding, washing, etc . yearly, $205 Physicians fee... ....................t Payments half-yarly In advance. REV. DAVID FEBNNESS. C. R. Preaident CHAS. D. ELDER. Agent in New Orleans. anl8 78 ly IMPORTANT TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. MOUNI' DE CHANTAL ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION, NEAR WHEELING, WEST VIBRGINIA. Parents in quest of a firstclass school for theJr daughters, will do well to investigate the claims of this celebrated Academy. For thoroughness in every de partment of femnse education, Mount de Chantal ranks pre-eminently high. Great attention is givesn to perfuct the pupils in writing and speakLing Frenchwith nfluenoy. For those suffilolently advanced, it is the language of their recreation hours. The purity of acoeat aed oor. roctness of pronuncialtion acquired in this Institaution have been a subJect of esurprise to the native Parisian. The renown for the asuperiority of music is so wide. spread as to have made the Academy almost a national one. One feature, in particunlar, that should recomi mend Mount de Chantal to the sensible parent, is the influence exercised to form the pupils to viewse and hab its of economy, and to render them really practical and uasful women of soclety In after years. BlSmpliolty in dress isenforeoed by rule. These faeets, united by the exceedingly moderate rates of board and tuitilon (t(WO per annum) will, we trust. secure to this sehool as large and desiralble a patronage in the fuoture as It has enjoyed in the past. For hfurther particulars apply for a prospectnus to the Directres of Mount de Chantal Academy of the Visilts. tion, near Wheeling, West Virginia. sall 3m GEORGETOWN COLLEGE, D. C. Olassical Department opens September ith. Address the Presiudent. Medical School, September 4d. Address Francis A. Ashford. M. D.. here. 1330 New York Avenue. Washington. D.C. Law School, Octobr 31. Address William H. Dennis, Req . Ofice of Regisaserot Wills, Washingion, D. C. an t P. F. HEALEY, S. J., President. ST. SIMEON'S SCHOOL The F lters of Charity of S. SElmeonsa behool are happy to inform their patrons and friends that, after baving made some repairs and imnrprovostnts in the r buildings, they are prepared to rencive a few Younn Lady Borders. As only a Illm? 1d rumber can he ssrtomodxt< ,yfir atn ue abou f. hr mart" as endly as poremlI". Tihie oardie . :'i ,l-oned an the 2d of I. :., Fr r t , pcatlion ahould tohe mFe at Ft S!!'r or Schoorl. 1.i Anlunclation stree'. jal (C IDUCATIONAL $T. CHARLES COLLEGE, ORAND COTEA. PARISH OF ST. LANDRY LOUISIAXA. This Cofllge, inorporated by the taste of Lomasa with the rivilege of conferring Academie Degrees is ad N'aby the Fathers of the Sodey of Jees. The plamef lsUruouieaembreoethe eediuary ourse of 5ae Litature sAd OmerIoe the em as the are taught to eater JesultCollegs.. The uset asselo will pa October let Roard Tuttl. sad WashiT ng.pya............. e150t Antiasse Fee (fue the Bsas year .wnly........1 Medaic Foss. ...... ........... . 10 aed d 8e4d1ig..... ..... Pyseats must he made bs fLyearly in 1dvaoe., r far r POurthe R 0e t aul 28 Iv 140 orayer street. sw Oraese ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, NOTBE DAM. INDIANA,. Under the Direction of the Sisters of Holy Cres The course of s:ndies Is thorough in the Classical Academicsal and Prepatatory Departmeuats. SNo extra charge for French or German, as those I languages enter into the regular course of studies. SThe Musical Department is oonducted on the plan of the besht Conservatoriee of Europe. In the Art 1 Department the same prineciples which form the basis for instruction In the great Art Schools of Europe are , embodled into the ourse of Painting and Drawing. I Puptis in the Echools of Music and Paintling may panr sue a sepeoal course. Those who have passedat credit ably through the Academie and Classical course re I soive the Graduatling Gold Medals of the Departments. I Graduating Gold Modals are awarded to the stadente s wbo have paraurda spal' biourseI tbCoiiervatoer ry I of Maoeic or in the Art Department. Gold Medal for Getman,. presentd by Bight Rev. I Bishop Dwengsr, Fort Wayne. ! Gold Medal for' Doneesto Economy, presented by Right Rer. Bilhop Gilmour, Cleveland, Ohio. Gold Medal for French, presented by Very Rev: E. S Bol, BSuperior General of the Order of the Holy Oross. Gold Medal for Painting and Drawnlag. presented by a Dr. Toner, Washington, D. C. Gold Medal for Christian Doitrine, presented by Mrs. M. M. Phelan,. Lancaster. Ohio. Number of Teachers engaged in ths Preparatory. Academiocal and Classical Departments. 14; Modern r Languages, 6; Drawlng and Painting 5 Instrnmental I Muslo, 10; Vocal Music, 2; Dressmaklong. plain and r fancy Needlework. 7I. i Bimplicity of dress enforoad by rule For Catalogces, address MOTIIEB SUPERIOR, St. Mary's Academy, Notre Dame Postoffice, and 4m Et Joseph's County. Indiasa. >CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' COMMERCIAL ACADEMY, Corner of Dryades sad Clio Streets, aSW oLEASr, LA. Through the kindness of Rev. T. J. Kenny, the Christian Brothere have been enabled to establish themselvree permanently in the above location. The bnilding is large and commodious, has been recently repaired and Improved very extensively. It contains every facility necessary for the ednoation of young men for the vacious duties and employ., ments of business life, whetherasclerks, accountants. merchants, bankers, professional men, or in any other Scalling where a knowledge of the special branches taught may be made available. f Tsaxs. TuIt Ion in Secior Department, per quarter of 49 c mouths, parable In svano i.....l.......... 150 Intermodiate Department... . .. 10 00 Preparatory Departmeont, for young boys........ t 00 Books and Stationery furnished the Students at cuar D rouent rates. 0The Eesalon begins on the First Mondayjn Ccto Sbar, and closes about the Bfrt of July followling. an4 tf BRO. OLIVER Director. CHRISTIAN BROTBERS' COLLEGE, MEMPHIS, TENNESBEE This Instllotion aff.rds ample means for a thorough Olassical, Scientilei and Commercial Education. TnBBM-PArABLI QUABoTBLY IN ADVANCE Board and Tnition. per quarter of rt month. ...s$5l M Wasbieg and Mendindg...C........ ...... 5 t0 Music and Linear Drawing form extra charges. Next Bession will commeoes Monday, Sept. 2, lf79 For further partuiolars apply to and Sm BRO. MAURELIAN, President. gT. JOHN'S COLLEGE, s FOEDHAM. N. F., Uoder the Direction of the Jesuit Fathere. Is beautifully siturted In a very potureqec and healthy part of New York County. T his College affords every facility for the best C Olaical and Commerocia Education. Studies will be reamed Beptember 4th, 18i8. rams's Board and Touitlon, per halfseession...........9150 00 For further particulars apply to REV. F. Wi. GOCHELM.B . J. r Jyil f4 President. S T. VNCENT'S BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, DONALDSONVILLE, LA. 0 CONDUCTED BY THE BISTERS OF CHARITY. Thiseotlcutloni locarted lathe above-lumed health ful little villae, situated at the innetlon ao the Mis sissippi river snd the Baou Lafoorche. mIe inaccssle at allseasoom of the year both by railway and water. P arantsdwll bed, fo their daughters, in thiLost I- tlls.a ll the faclltise for a (lhristiam and refined sdncal~lom; the course of intuctionlo bein the seie as tOhatpuued at St. Josph's AcadeOA. CAmehutg Marylsd. of which it is s braech. The boildings nad grounds are spaclous and commodious. In osir~delrtion of the cangped oundltien of the S Bouth, the terms have been rsoued to nely half The academc yost Is divided into two sesions of five mouths eah' the first oommencin Ospisuber 51. and the seceerd Jtebraryf 1st. TtERMBPayabls In Advaince: Board and Tultom, Inoluding washing, zuendlag. boO asd bedding, parsesson . . .0- 75····· co0 - Or, per asnum~... ................1141 to Books and Btatlouery. a cu rrent prices, je341 dee CONVENT OF ST. SCHOLASTICA, C.,VINGTON. LA. Ttr ';r. i' I I'ZE SIST1ltS have opened a I JI;:id Boarding School *~i~ , ~ . .· ,~i ':iie', charges, etc., IDUCATIOAL. pio NONO COLLEGE, MACON. GUOROIA. sesoi Open. eardy, September sth, IBO. 2 FULL CLASSICAIL. SOTITIIIC AND COMMER. CIa. COEURS. 0 The Institution is situated en the height. surrouad. lag the city of Macem, at 'a elevation of nearly O0 feet above the level of the sea. The surroundlag. are beautiful and plitureeque. Beiag below the mew lime, the climate is exnosedingly mild and free from all malaria t isl especlIally recommeaded for students of deliseate ooastitatless, who may wish to enjoy all the advantages at Florida without its dilstane and lace.. veniences. Macon IMf0 miles morthwelst Savanah. 1 end has direct railroad and telegraphic eoamnaleatlm with allpattts t the eountry. The varios breanohes of a ecomplete coilegs educastin are thoreOghly Impart. e4 by aaompsptet stiff of Professors end Tutors. The domesticl department is under the care of the Slisters of Mercy. Board and Tuition lin all the College branches. per year.....................................J$10 Co WM. H. GROSS. D. D.., Bishop of Savannah, President. N. R-Catalogoeer, with full particulars, forwarded upon application. mya6 am SgT. MARY'S DOMINICAN ACADEMY OGRaNVIrLE, Corner St. Charles and Broadway Streets --- - -- - Nuw-Oreeens. - -- This Academy, under the charge of the Dominican Nuns, occupies a beautiful site nuer New Orlean.- The plan of instructlon unites every advantage Swhich can contribute to an education at once solid and refined. Board and Tuition, per annum.............. Pot cc r Instrumental dud Vocal Musio, Painting and Wax work form extra ohargies. For particulars apply to the Convent. mbhi tf COLLEGE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, Corner of Common and Baronne streets. 1NEW ORLAN5. This Literary Institutlon inorporated by the State f Louisiana. end empowered to confer degrees in on. duoted by the Fathors of he Booiey of Jesu. The build. log are well adapted for educational purpose. A courtyarsuntirely cut off fromthe street, L rsndr recreation t so that, from the arrival of the pupils. at Til d.. till their do 4 t . r., they are osaeaantily sseluded and suernteudsd. The Course of instruction is threefold : Preparatory, Commercial and Classical. The Preparatory Course I. for beginners. The Commercial Course I. for those students who de not wick to learn Latin and Greek. The Claocal Coaurse is for those who desire to have a complete education. Prench is taught in the three courses. Stadents are not admitted, unless they know ow so Srneadand write. e T mhe moral and religiostrning of the todents i the lesding object of the inetructors. Every month a report i sent to parent, stating son. r duct. progro... rank In cliss and atticdenos. The academical year begins in the First Monday of October and clue toward the Ad ofl July. TERMS Entrance Fee....................................S2 00 Tuition, payable In advance. and it United Stat.. r currency, every two months..................t12 00 s myt I78Iiv Ra. OATrTKEr.3T. Prealdut. gT. BTANIBLAUS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Bar Sr. LowIs, Minalsnirr. 0 This Institution, chartered by the Sta Ledgesture, and conducted by the Brothers of the Sa rad gars. haa been in suocessful operation since 185l. Beautifully situated on the shores of the Bay, commanding n ext. . sie vias of th ..stll and affording all the ad.antages of the sea brees and bathing In the Sumnmer ts spis. did location Is a reat incitement to healthfl sasrois. compriaes ali the branchee of a good English ednoaoSe Borud and Tuition, per session, payable hal yearl in advance...... ......................Pb tom Washing, per fsiloc.................... 15 00 SBeddinperseion. optional)... ............000 sVacation, if pent at the Institution ........... of OFrnA CHAROEs: Panoa nd Violina. per month, each ............ o o SUsiofPiano, per month................... ..5i Flute. per month ............................due0 e Brasaiatrnment, per monubth......... Me Spanish and German languages, per month, ear'. 1 1r h.r further particularse, apply to BRO. FLORIOPND My" rb o: lDrector oi the College. NhTITUTION o~ra SIrSTERS OF. ST. JOSEPP, Corner St. Philip and Oulves streets, New Orleans. d And Day St. Lours, on the Sea Shore. it Tbo eoverument throughout this restablihment is mild and parental. !hepupils are neverseparated or tbeirintutroc .see Racoartlon. table,dormitories. are the seie for all. In short, sverythln tends to pre, 0 mote affectionate unio between isthe stor.ad *h young ladles intrated to their mothrly care. Tha instruction is t'orongh and solid. and in bazussu with the requirement of society. The course omrtsas (in beth English and French) all she branches of kIe ledge cultivated at the present day. ach language l taught by natlivs of respectlve countries, so en o is. sure correct pronunciation. The academical year closes with a pblie exhibition ead distrlbution of premiums, to which parenlt are in vited. Eduaotlon Is hers the objuct of special stuentlee end solicitude. Ooverning thous placed under their charge by moral suasion alone, the Sisters of St. Joseph ends. var to Inculcate principles of solid piety, require the altrct ebservane of polite and smiable deportmelst. ma instil feelings of respect and affectIon towards parsuts Pupils of all denominations are admitted. Nova-Durin- the bathin season the Beardl School is movedlo the l Ba Stiouls, whre the SIetsrs of 5t.Jiseih have saeulnpo~sisingacademy. u -TERMS-TOT be l..sd in advance, se ollewa, IBoading, per ,three mouths....Pd Washing ". . . . 10 t I Emirauce · .. 10 50 5 Mnio Lesona and us of Instrument.... -- 54U Singing Lesons~.......................-·-· 6 I Drawning Leuasos...............5--- ccO Festal oil palming. aoordingto tha·uk sobe pupla. Eesdle~worh in allis va~rities golden erMlbdry, - atidolal Sewrsn, in taught to the~beerdecwthetaex 1o~ihrturthrartioulr i~s ddras "Supertoroes .6 th Academy of the Siters of St. Jeeph, Box lIii. New 00 Lesen;' or, lIfmre sonvnietI 5 LAYTON dsil 77 ly or C. Dl. NLDER. As. n ) TJOSEPHS A~CADEMIY NORt YOUNG LADIES., (OONDUIOFD BY FEZ~ aIarzz* OF OR.&BffF NEXdt EMMbIITSBURG F~tEDERIC'f COUNlTY This institutlao ispleenntlysitu~ad In a ksalth~ end picturesque part of rsdsrlck ounty, Marylad, taIf a mile fro Emmt~taburg. and two minle, from Mount St. Mary'sCollege. It wass commenced Is lee, end soor. pited by the Leg·isltureof Iferytand Lu itLL The uwlfp eonenlont nod spat~lonl. The academiCe 5s5X ii .l·l~.dc. into two ~uoveao of los month., each. Board ant o' .,.l~l ..¶-.,1 nl .·r Inc ud~nuu lied acld 't.~i.oi .. cl.l:. ~ rd u.. . . . . ...... . l...Uese Al.''I Tb.!.'". moor .II. rrt~ i t Ti.' ·· ~~ tt.U'~~,Y EDUCATIONAL. Ta LocQUarT-LEO New Orleans Female Collegiate Institut, DA! AND AOANDING M0OOZ, 280...,.......,Csmip wotet.......,...* ý ' DtSemollGaie,. ord PesOve. Tie eighth .oelasetl year of this ow a m GSA welluown Istlote with $ o0071.i sad able as of rohr ill e as MONDA. L tire.h wilret co tae iou of s odly e Cmh sero sai ol solid raotroaeOes, HogLPh *04 9, a Partleolar atthes Ito 1 pe d a ite tShe sspe at ObrItheo Doapete edw er he dorealles t a Palest dtenloatodh theb Not a. rohbblIeepartw Orries., er0 mnsa ren h p ted fee meate lre .. wishag / .851 aeesiseeu .exe Tbe swaesm o.ste of the KmND3G&SY 2L I wilt eo3es 6 no5 t, sea o bed 3the where.ehi Hdoartme, o o n.uenal ado l Beag, P...,ig E.d . 11'e0, Postae.r .wk am Ts. M s ACA e rtDEMY, AUSTIN. TlXs.t Caonduted by the lSiter, of te N oly Orl, WILL Ir-OPEN MONDAY. SEPTZIISUN t 133. This loatltutioo Is ar euted Irs a io gead talparte, portieo cfe the "rill" renowed capital of Tese. ju cours, of Ioetructlon embreces every brasch nno to the complrete eduaolio of yong latdles.. witd iteotlon to their morist aed polite deperntqs. We Gel m o and rench leoguaoges are rtaught byeadrAe of the roesective rountries sod ere fiscally speat 4 the smatle. of thoe Acetmy. Higahly aeasmles4 Teachers t4ot seoulor bout lbo Rellgere) d. e)Lb oGthe reepectie ca notti an etare ofneally eqApe~ departmenie of Instraumeisl sad Vorsal Mut. c. rog, Painting sad every variety ofreoesy Work, - sled taught. A. the art of Domesti Ecusomy os.e tio brrces, forma a moit Imortuant port oI alid oand uatbbod edocatlt the pupil of thitoestobrt. moot re taught to Xel In the se of LT needle a. sewlog mahobls, sod are required toeead appeoes of tmelo ah week in l e. laundryad httobhe, eaqsi tag a praotoal knowledgo of the dude. aosaee... with three Importnut department.. Pupgil of ill delomtiatlons ae reaiveod sad weu the utmost camr ie given to the religlous tralaiLg Of the ebhldren of Catholic parents, no tbolunc Issas red over the religious opnloon of others. Grat espeose ib not a feature of saod Aaeemy owiTg to the generael husinee depreeatlo. he ove advantage oare oberod at a low 4igre to posesef repeatable standlong od references. 0 For term. and fall pCitoaulor. wilts for leculaei, call at tho Instltutloo. _ ' Address. SlItTER 5UPZiRItO3 P t. Mary'o Abdemy. P. 0 Dl l., ouii In AUsin. Tlese. , URsUINE ACADXUY, ST. JOHN BAPTIST, t" S TUSCALOOSA, ALA. The most bealth and delightfl srltuation to Ie ' South with extensivoe gronds, erelleIt lwater, egs Thorough aoureo of inrstrtelin. Term ma srato . per further particular. epply to auil 7e1ly THZ MOTHER SWPHlGZQ SouLsen rCOMMERCIAL COLrE aSpAND et Lteeary Itituoe.-IDay and eveuning sronmt the entire yssr elective syetem; Si brsooeo oI study I s. daily lectures; alum .ran tp" given to natl70 capacit. disposition moarl . la s y and morale, non ctaroand sti tuden free to aeltege, literary and dehatng socl. t ; full faculty; nd.. Ye Delved in the Commercial and uilslottt Dopmetssr~t 0 pEtiddine n progresive, dthaerull g snd ragelbu as ul cuc len rooms, banking. soppi ag -t hbalns. office. with all the bsook of accounrt godte. ala ol I·stLrurpetst, papere. eta ; lecture and study r . a ore te'gs, won ventilated and the mosi bessnf l . foroished in the rountrp; hao all aecessary okj ra teching and pbtlosophlcOl apporatuo; sptWalols' In particNar etodse. at from p1 to E por month. 000. Jossm' E P h. 05a o 0t, MtLA.Zlasi . Il. B.-Revolotion In numbers- SOD Ton tlmos .. MODL54 swgS Oe PSetlSOPstt TeA B. ETIC This erles presnt 3t, re8ot gma. of M aiteoc aof Nomberd. Toey teerh that anew tret is Sbetter than on old error, aod that foat and reaon are better than fallaclous thoorle, however oclnt or re S Istc. analogical, sad auimatotl reeaso. I g, Inste of ·rblitrrr rule.. I used throughout this series of books. Teachers supplied atl3 per eastdb count, Address (ie. Soole. I'resldent of onlossOrm. 1e merolal and Literary College, New Orloons, La. JEFFERSON COLLEGE, (0 (r. MAarn,) I@ PAtISH OF ST. JAMES, LA.. 0Stiated on the MLolfatppl Rliverr, Shop Millre New erbne. C This ancient sad magnficent cetahllebmeal, tape parated by s lw of the Legislature and empowerwm * qgrat diplomse and degree., opera as the 11352 TUESDAY of October every year. It to sadir Me direction of the Mortal Father., who forma seedeig specially eotetod to education. Colleage Point so Og.. vent Landing ore convenleot and rgnular landlg plaoc far eteomhsate going to sad returning from New Orlean.. Payable Is U. S. currenoy halif yearly to olvemet Beard, tuition, wecuaog sad stauonery, per term if bve months.. ........... ... Docor's tees and medicine. is ordinary caee ef III nes (faor all), per onnum........................ 5 Wsohlca, per annum .. . .. . a Entrance fue, to be paid only onc,............... - ExtreUharge- s. German or Spanish.. .................o C .......i................. ............ .. i p 1 Use of "Jblloelppcl Apparatus and h~aln.e1...,. M y Vocal ou.sic. . ... . t Profeseoreasego SViolin or Plano, with ass of Icatrurent, per mesh P. Use of instrumeit sad musio lessons (Brase flaS pe rsn·IIaam. ....._ ... .. W·-·-·····I I. S aobool Books, cuap, ad other ecool aesoxiee at ourrent pesem a Beddtug, when provided hy thb Collage. per gase sI N. 3IL-AUl msni lessons are to ho paId fr m.msh Sinadvance. aupafeagce n Eta Drace, the Noet Bev. Archbhleop ao New OaSel The Rlev. Clergy of Algiers. a For futther detail., apply to the NLew. Presdask a the Colletge or to &. 7B. P. POUUSLNZ, a.4771y No.lcinJarsvier ireet~ewr Oriaste I'8BN LtL COLLEGIE, 4 NNAB MOBILE, AtLA. N Thbslonoo-ietinltahd neltltntlcl. so foesblLY' OCTOBER 3, 1877. Th P. .188 ·ieetrnoou~tioa anaat I tre hrao~oe llte tb·rooch.. eftboCrsugh assi ·Usive~rsity Ndesion Al the .ini It the r b ereob~UQ~ aof therqltheted to~ vThe Deri~~ue It Mcte atAxd (.LI ii swi I snbrsce sl Lthe breche nasll aoegh toIY~I Coleee The thord yearo of ih~uo.onIes STodiet otte red letrso auraL l PbiIreo, j pL~ Ohzlatvywit th mesebrd o of the Or ol nstla The Pagoo odmloois' Ia f~ rhom nine to Sasewesasgo sado to toe edrutioolr o' miat prehwloalyko lw B oa~·rd Tuithlol aol WaLxgpybl·~~·Oo ha~f yerly Mrdiclhon ... ate oooe t· ol : lltdodo tio~ ..uo sacr I ~~lrl8·~ lyrractariov 'ii'ts ' Pa oll re cgdlthe~ Pod iobiB.e im rc oh' tiulo Jelcl LUoLLUON tsd~ lratibtl~h.s Boud. ~ ti .n~~rrrn ~alUp lrb rATHBOUl 1,1. pjl r? o o' bsit' so' , New Orloas m, 1Ubll~ ..PY fiP4r~l O ~IILOLfsI g34