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yarning Star and Catholic Messenger.
SSW OiLeA31S. SUNDAY, SEPTUEUMR 23. 1T0.
LOCAL NOTES.
Sixty-one employees of the Customhouse
were on the sick list Friday.
The State Union Catholic Total Abstinence
Societies meets Wednesday.
Letters received from Rev. Father Kenny
state that his health is gradually improving.
Rev. Father Karicher, C.SS R., who has had
a very severe attack of yellow fever, is well
again.
St. Mary's Dominican Academy, corner of
Dryades and Calliope streets, will reo open on
the let of October
Sisters Agnes, Vincent and Julia, at the
Charity Hospital, have all recently recovered
from severe attacks of the yellow fever.
St. John's Commercial College, Dryades
street, will be reopened by the Christian
Brothers as soon as the fever ceases to be
epidemic.
The State Convention of the National Party
last Thursday nominated Dr. J. S. Gardner, of
East Baton Rouge, for State Treasurer, in op
-isrtion to Major Barke.
Rev. Father Massardier, Pastor of St. There
sa's, had so far recovered his health by last
Wednesday that he was enabled to celebrate
Mass that day, which was the ninth anniver
sary of his ordination.
We regret to learn that Rev. Fathers Vallee
and Bicklmayer, the pastors of the two church
es in Carrollton, are very ill with the prevail
ing fever. There is much sickness and great
distress among the people of that locality.
The Semi-Annual Communion of the mem
bers of St. Joseph's Total Abstinence Society
of Algiers takes place to-day at the 7 o'clock
Mass in the Church of the Holy Name of Mary.
Members of city societies are invited to attend.
The Board of Pablio School Directors has re
considered its resolution to re-open the sochools
on the let of October. It is not probable that
the time will be fixed till a rapid and steady
decrease in the death rate shows that the yel
low fever epidemic is approaching its end.
During the week ending Sept. 7th, the Pea
body Association honored 14.420 requisitions
calling for 100,480 rations, and in the week
ending Sept. 14th they honored 9 237 requisi
tions calling for 64.659 rations. Total for two
-weeke: 23,657 requisitions; 165,139 rations at
20 cents each : 23,027 80.
At the last meeting of the Cdoncil an ordi
nance was adopted providing for the raising
of funds by disposing of the market revenues
and certain assets of the city. The resolution
offered at the previous meeting making trans -
fers of time receivable for taxes was, conse"
quently, withdrawn for the time being.
f0 the'two hundred little babies in St. Vin
cent's Infant Orphan bA.ylum ninety-five have
had the fever during the past five weeks. One
of -he 8atern died lastl huraday Rae recorded
in another column) and three are now very ill.
The asylum is greatly in need of assistance,
principally in the shape of money, to pay wet
nurses.
We sincerely sympathize with our friend
'Mr. John Hennessy, in the loss of his brother,
Mr. Maurice Hennessy, who died last Tuesday
evening, of yellow fever. The deceased was a
young man of excellent promise, a warm friend,
and an energetic member of Irish National
Societies. He is deeply regretted by numer
ous friends.
Of the small force of twelve men left at the
Barraoks after peace was declared in Louisi
ana, five have died of the fever, viz : Sergt.
John Dorsey, Co. H, 13:h Infantry ; Francis
Fowler, Co. A, D. Honuk, Co. I; Samuel Ellis,
Co. H, and Edward Lebbert, Co. D. Of the
remaining seven, C. Evans, Co. I; C. Nebin,
Co. A, and B. Martin, Co. H, have had the
fever.
The 40,000 rations given by the Government
for the sufferers from the yellow fever in this
city having been distributed, an appeal was
last week sent to the Secretary of War, asking
for a further ;donation of 00,000 rations. The
plan for distributing the supplies adopted by
the Orleans Relief Association, which was
organized specially for the purpose, and their
perfect impartiality, have given general satis
faction.
Laet Wedneeday night the Parish Committee
decided that the election of delegatee to the
Convention shall be held on Saturday, October
12:h, and that the Convention shall meet on
the 14th. No one will be allowed to vote un
less he exhibits his State Registration paper
of 157D. Each ballot is to be stamped before
it leaves the hands of the voter, and on the
counting of the votes all unstamped ballote
shall be rejected and not counted.
Sixty-eight of the one hundred and s:xty
orphans in St- Theresa's Female Asylum, cor
ner Camp and Clio, are down with the fever.
The distress in this institution is very great.
Nearly all of its ordinary resources have been
cot of and the Sisters experience the greatest
difaonulty in securing even thecommonest kind
of food for the little children under their care,
not to say anything of such nourishment as is
needed by those who are convalescing.
ELLOW FEVER RECORD.-The first ca08se of
fever was reported July 12th, and from that
day touoon Friday, September 13th, there were
in all
eported ptmer st .......... deaths.
September 1..........-1- - -.
September -7.........3 (12 ..
Septe-ber 14. - g ...a... -- .
emptemr-r 5........... . 55 ..
SI.S 64.......... .. .
MORTUARY REPORT.-The mortuary report
for the week ending Sunday, 15th inst., at G
p. m., contains the following record of deaths.
White. Colorec. Total.
Males ....... ...... ; i. 4't
Females ....................J 2 .7
a Total.................. t 71 7c :
Nativities.-L7uisiar.a 312 other S:ate,, 99,
Germany 7r, France l:u, Ireland 49, Italy 43.
Diseases -Yellow fever, white 472, colored
29 ; total 501. Malarial fevers, white 37, col
ored 2; total 311. Malarial unclaesified, white
19. oolored 2; total 21. Other fevers 14.
F Total deaths from fovels, 573 Consumption
19.
Three hundred and nine were children under
I ifteen years of age.
DONATIONS RECE'IVED.
CATHOLIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION FOR TUE
f VICTIMS OF YE LOW FEVER IN NEw ORLEANS
-New Orleans, Sept. 17, l76 -The under
signed, Treasurer of this association, thankful
ly acknowledges the receipt of the following
donations:
Through the Very Rev. G A. R3uxel, Vicar
General of New Orleans :
Milwaukee Ilish Catho!i~s, through the Board
of Public Work.......... ...............1.0. CO
Bight Rev. Bishop Kni,. Wheeling. Va........ lOi s 0
gigot Rev. Bishop Keane. Richmond,. Va...... 200 00
Ursuline Convent. San Antonliu Texas........ t (0
St. Francis of Fales Benevolent Scc.ety, oew
ark. Oh:o ................................... 3 0
Father Reyses. New Orleans .............. 1. 19 I0
Father Foncade, Key West.................... 2 o00
Father Mehautt, collection in chuich. Abbe
v.ll. La..... ... ........... 30 00
Messrs Myers a Co., Philsdelphia............. 2 L00
Rev. James O'Connor. Rochester. N ....... n00
Very Re. An uaste Beasomers. Vicar General.
Iodi·anepAls................. ... 100 f'
Rev. J. J. Hand, Oletn, N. YV.............. : 50
Catholic Review, New Yoik one-half for New
Orleans, the other half for Natchez....... 16 00
Thomas A. Dwyer. President Irish-American
Asscclatlon, San Antonio, Texas, through
UCitisens' Bank ........................... 104 es
Hope Insurance Company, by Mr. Ma'cche,.. • 20l te
Very Rev. Iennaert, Vicar General, Detroit r. -0 i
Rev. Goesse, Walpo'e., al ........... ...1.. 0
Unknown chaiabie perecn .................. 5 o
IIl, 150
From P.erreprnt Morgan. E q . Treasurer New
Yok Chaambr of Commei ce, tbrough ~V.
F. Balser E,N q ................. ..... .. .. 2'05 O0:
Mjomr Pat. Fliza:,iam. Galveston............ .7,5 0
Jnu.M. l'ssh, Laayette, Ind , byD. Fa:.l . , ICu l t
SEpT. 20, 07.L -Since the last acknowledg
ment of donations the undersigned has received
the following additional donations:
Rev. Thoee. J. John on. Chancellor of Diocese
of San Antonlo. Texas, thre ugh John "iwe.
blg, Banker. and Litizers' Bank of La .....C151i (I0
A Catholic OGrrtlema ...... 2 0................
Rev. Father Mjor. Lexnoon. Ky. . .....
Knights of St. Dna lns through roev. Father
McGurk, e .J, President of Loyola College,
Baltimore. ............. ........... ..... 50 00
(The two aboe a Ircm rFa:.r r i .trnlet, S. J.)
Society Ladies of the ieodtcinary, St. Annad
t . Chureh...................................... Ih 0
Thrnulh H. T. Lawler
Gen. John Lawler, Prairie du Chien. Wiecon.
sin......................... .............. 50 00
A frow Worritgmnen. Prairie do Chien. W ts h
coinn..........................--.......... 2-- 7 00
lien. eter Loy:e, Prairie do Chion. Wiscon
sin....................... 57 00
H. W. & G. W. Rtcker. Davenport, Iowa.. 31 15
Through P. Reilly, V. U., Wilmington, Del, for
e St. Mary's Bnec ocety ............. 50 CO
Frem J. Torra. Esq., Rd d River Landing La.. 10 00
Seem a charitable person from Scranton, Pa.... 10 00
Archberhop J. . Alemany, of San Francisco.
remitted to Archbishop Perche, through
0 Laidlaw & Co., New York, gold ...........1 339 0
Fiomn Mr J. Vergnlol to Father iouxel. 3 cases wino.
t I!c a I Arlo., Treasurer.
PARTICULAR COUrNCI. eOCIETY oF ST. VIN
CENT DE PAUL -New Orleans, Sept. 20.-The
following contributions have been received up
to date :
From Council of Dubuque. Icwa, through Dr. E.
a Donmelng. President ....................... O363 CO
From Mr. Lueher and others, through Thomas
G. Rapler .................................... 35 50
From Uprer Council. Society of St. Vincent de
Paul, New York. througn Dr. E. Doumeing. 100 03
From 1nugene Dean, Preside t Conference Hast
it- , Min.. --nn.......... -................--.-. 40 00
From Mot Bet-. Archbishop James Gibbons,
Beltimore, Md.. through Dr. E. Donmeing... 500 00
From Right Rev. Bishop Dwengpor, Fort Wayne,
Indiana ............... .................. 50 00
e From Catholic Church, Woodateck, Illinois, ev.
Thbos Leiden, Pastor .............--:....... 150 00
d gram f,on'tf rearedHeart Lonisville.y_... 1i L1
SFrom Mrs E. J. Kreger. Baltimore, Md.. boxes
jellies and sweetmeats, sent Infant Asylum.
, From M. R. Keegan, of Chicago, through Thoes.
S . Rapier...................... 15 to
Very tev. Father Chsmbodut, Ga. veston. Te.,
tironuh ZuOerb:er & leha ................ 1t7 75,
WVM. HAaTT, Treasurer.
.'oTe Orleans,. SEpt. 19, 1578 --The following
remittances, received during the past week,
fare hereby gratefully acknowledged :
SFrom Mr. William Gnellick President of St.
&loyhsis Society, at the Church Lf the Most
R Holy Red.lemor. Third street, New York... $11 00
1 From Mr. Michael Clarke. or Brooklyn, N. Y.,
through 1oev. Alfred de Ham. C 88. ..... 50 ic0
B. A. Nt1liHAaT. C.SS.1O..
St. AIphonus' Church.
Very Rev. P. F. Allen, Pastor of St. Patrick's
e Church, returns his most sincere thanks to the
unknown generous donor or donors of *400 re
ceived from the Cathedral, Philadelphia, for
e the relief of the victims of the epidemic.
a dr. Joe Barns-I send you forty dollars to
be expended in charity amongst the most
needy of your neighbors. I got, it from Joe
SBuher, John Bucher, Frank Bucher, John
Shea and Jacob Fouth. I promised them that
the poor would pray for them.
t Your old friend, J. J. CoswAY.
a Mr. Borns turned t'ie money over to the
a Conference of St. Patrick, of which he is a
g most active and zealous member, for dietribn
e tion.
The Bishop Wood Beneficial Socioty,of Phil
r adelphia, No. 130 of the Irish Catholic Bene
volent Union, through the ffi3ient Secretary
of the General Union, Mr. Martin I. J. Griffio,
have sent $50 to Thos. G. Rapier for St. Vin
e cent's Infant Orphan Asylum. Mr. Griffin
e says : "Our Catholic Societies here are all con"
r tributing, and not loes than $2000 have been
n sent to Memptis or given to Archbishop Wood
i. for distribution.
LETTER FROM MONTOOWERY, ALA.
MON TGOMIERY', ALA., Sept. 16, I7o.
Is Editor Morning Star:
Noticing in your last ieneu accounts of con
tributions from various cities towards the fever
. sufferers it may not be amiss to let you know
r- what we are doing in this part of the vineyard.
r. UV to this date, our lit .le city has contribut
t. ed *5,500 and weare still at the noble work. In
, addition to this our ever vigilant Prelate, in the
i canse of charity, Right Rev. John Quinlan,
d Bishop of Mobile, has issued an appeal to all
e, his Dioese, of a most eloquent and touching
is nature, to the effect that the collection, on
Sunday the 15th, should be for our sadly
stricken brethern. In response to this appeal
our dearly beloved Pastor, Father Savage, told
it his congregation, as this was an extraordinary
re oceasion, he was obliged to takeithe unusual
step of taking up the collection himself The
result waa most gratifying from the people who
had so liberally donated to the general city
fund. The amonnt was$J0. Besides $50 sent to
Memphis by our C. T. A. Society. This I think,
Mr. Editor, is doing splendid, for a small oon
pregation whose mechanics and artisma have
already flgored as high as $700 or d00 to the
general found.
Were this all that was dOne, it may be
nothing more than others have done. But
the crowning part of oar good Bishop's ap
peal was for the Rev. Pastors to call their Ul ocks
around the altar of God and there supplicate
the Father of Mercies in behalf of the people
who are being so dreadfully scourged in our
sister cities cf the Senth. As good and dutiful
Catholics, our congregation has assembled
every evening for the last nine days in a no
vena, consisting of the rctitation of the Lita
ny of the Saints, with the canal prayers at
tached parce Domine thrice repented, and ter
micuting with the Benediction of the Blessed
Sacrament. We are making preparations fur
the cowing State Convention c f the C. T. A.
SBcieties, which is to meet in;our city, October
10th., 1t78. Hoping God in His mercy may
abats and shorten the scourge now efi'cting
your city, I remain yours, etc. CORK.
Yellow Fever-Daily Record for 1878
New Caso. Deaths.
July 2 ..............................
July 2:3................................ - "
Juy 1.. ...... .....
Jul .................
July ........................... ... I:
July 5............. ..........
July 2..).........................
July 31 ............ . ... . . . .... . t
August I... .......... '4 7
Anuet 2.............
August 1..............................
August 4 ......................... ..... I
August 5 ............................. .......
August ..... 5
Augusn 7............................. .
August 8........................... :14 II
Augusot .............................. 44 It
August II ............................ !i
August II ............................. .2 I4
August 12............................. . I
Auguost 13 ........................ 4 ·t
August 134........................... I t
August ...... ................. .- 1
Acugust 1i .................. .......... of " .
August I ............... ..... .. I 7
August 1 ............................. 11 4
August" o................... . 11 4"a
Augusti o .......... .. ... n .... Iti o 41
August 1 .. . . . ......... 1- 1
August 3 ............................. ' 54
Augnet:3..............................12. 4 1
Agust 24............................. 13 4i
ArcIuSt 5 ................... ..... I". .11
August 26..................... ..... 443 44
August'27 ........................ ... 114
August 2 .......2.."..............
August :29...... .................. . 134 4:
August t ...........................I" "3
August 31 ... ............ ......3..... 44 1.
Sep tember 1 ...........................3l
September 2 ..................... ...2 t
September 7......3.................. 2 r
September 4................. 21- -t
September ............ .......... '..11 e r
September d.......... 1.
September 7 ........................2.
September e .......................11 I
September 9 t.......r........ ... . 34.. c14
September 10................... ........ ...
September 1........................... ,5
September i3 ................... ....... oL .,
September 13 .... .... ................ r;
September ......................... . 59
September 156 ....................1.... 0l
September 17 .......................... 2,
September 18 ....................... 2'"
September 19 ......................... 1 9 
September 22 .. .....................5 t9
7.-I
SOCIETY OF ST. VINCEVT DE PA CL.
AN A'I'PEAL.
The Society of St. Vincent de P&nl, perma
nently organized for the visiting and succor
ing of the poor and needy of whatever race,
I creed or color, and cfficially recognized by the
ecclesiastic l1 authority through its proper
oficers, in view of the present epidemic and in
accordance with the wishes of the Most Rev.
ArcLbishop of New Orleans, appeals to the
charities of its kindred associations North and
Weat, in this its hour of need, that it may
own -dcae a sor cb hrebu-t heporomptly
widow and the orphan during this dreadful
visitation.
E. DOUMEIxtG M. D, President.
M.J KERNAGHAN,
Tic6b. G. RalPER,
toeoretaries.
Contributions of any kind whatsoever may
be addressed to either of the following c ftiers:
OI"FICERS OF COCNCILS.
Dr. E. Doumeing, President, No. 11 Dmiuine street,
or Peetetico Box 1756.
M. Jr. Kernaghau Vice President and Secretary pro
tern., t U. Doyle's, No. 4i Trhoupitoulas streets
D. P. FcP lan. Vice President 194 Canal street.
Tbos. G. RaIer. Secretary, Morning Star OBfioe, corner
Peydra p and Camp.
Wiliimn Hart. Treasurer, corner Rampart and Orasier.
OFFICIERS OF COSFERECES.
AUred Dnmarin. Presldent of St. Patriko's Conferes.e,
at J. Ad. Dowblg's, corner Old Levee and Custmu
house.
Gustave Andry, President St. Mary's Conference, 410
Greatmen or Dauphine.
Johbn MoCaffrey. President, St. Joseph's Conference,
corner Poydras and Peters streete.
P. McPrtde. Vice President Annunciation Conference,.
corner Chartres and Marigy.
Alfred Delery. President St. Ann'e Conference. No. 2i2
Ursa'ines street.
M. P. O'Nell. President St. Peter's Conference, 5e9 VII
lers street. between Mandeville and Marigny.
P. Molony. St. John the Baptist Conference, W. U.
Telegraph Office.
M. B. Ma!lagan, Vice President St. Alphonuns' Confer
enos, at W. H. LetcbfJird's, Canal street, between
Chartrs and Old Levee.
W. B. Lancaster. St. Theresa's Conference, 4' Camp
J. V. Donovan. St. Michael's Conference, at Logan &
Maekinson's. Canal between Peters and Water.
M. F. DUnn, St. Stephen's Conference. 72 Camp street.
Victor Sere. St. Auuatlne's Coniference. 2 '9 lDuma, ne
street.
An E3glish rificer sent on a special mission
by the War Office included in his accounnts an
item of 1 shilling for "porter" The War Oalse
sent h!m a formidable lette-r by return of poet
to inform him that the Government did not pay
for his beer. He explained that the shilling
was for the man who carried his luggage, and
then received another note advising him that
he should have charged for ' porterage." When
be next made up his acoounts the cfficial
charged I shilling Ci pence for "cabhage," con
sidering that tjat wee the proper way to set
down a charge for cab hire, but he promptly
received another wigging for making unac
thorired investments in vegetables.
Ordinary N'otinc ef Marriages and DeaAa twill. ereater¢
be inserted ior fle cevnit. Obilturiee se-il le Ic carged
et (te rte ol frn cets a tine.
DIED:
O'BRIgN-O-n WedeIlsay. Sltsiber I;. I137. at
7.4,l p.m.. M. A. Doyle, wits of J. D. O'Brien. seed 2.0
years. a native of Dublin. tre!and, and a resident of
this city for the put ten years.
O'BItEN--Os Wednelny, September 4. I11. at 5.2.'
pm., Mariron, youngest daughter of J. D. O'Brien and
M.A. Doe. aged year and 19 dais, a natlve of t.uis
TAYf.OR--On Thursday. Septembur 13. 127., at 35
uenites to II a. m.. HIe, Hammie B. Ta'lor. beloved
and only daughter of William Taylor and gllen Griffin,
agI is years I month and 3 days. a native .f Sew
Oslesan.
St. Louis papers please eopy.
HENNtSSY-Tnuady. 17th Inst., t 4 o'clock p. m.
Hsuriee Hennesy. a'ed 2" yeamrs a oativecf County
Waterford. Irelsnd, and for the pait nine years a rei
dent of New Orleans.
CONNXRS--On Monday, Seetember IC. at 4 o'cloc
p m.. Bonors Fnhy, wits of Tim Cooners, natire of
ouiy OCr thepast mu, aged 33, and rssienet of tl!s
city nor tre put . me nths
DwYE,-On tunday. September 1i. It,12. st 3p.m.
WillIamDwyer. n ntrve olf/ub.in, IrelaLd. eu 
FLOOD--Os Saturday. September 14. ir). st. p.m
sad, uad rseidat of et. Looui and thls ely for the
I p~sa 5yearn
OOLY-On Friday. Sepltember 13. lr+ at II a. in..
Roger Hoelty. aged 3d years. a native oft acrea. Coon
peraryr. Irelan, and a resident of th a city for
the lost fve years.
McC3Y--Oa Funday, September 15, I-73. at It I1 p.
m. UrCarles McCoy, aged 45 yesre, a native of Ireland.
and for the past 2 i years a res dent of this city.
McIABON-On Saturtday September I4. t.-:. at S
o'clock p. m., Catherine Huihee, wife of the late 'I hcs
McMahon, aged iJ e)rr. a native of Tuam, t'. unty
Galway. Ireland. and a resident of this city for the pfee
3J years.
CAMPBELL-On Fiilady, September 13. Ic. at - "5
p. i.. Michael Campbe:l, a native of Count) Itoi r r:
mon. Ireland. aged 27 sears. and a resident 4A this t
for the past ti, ears
GLEASON-On Friday evening. Fep'se.ber .1:-
at I2:) o'clock, John G:eason, aged 41 )ears ant
monthe. a naive of County Tlpperary, Ireland, and a
reildent of this city for 31 years.
O'CONNELL-On Tuesday, Stettember 17. --+ at
i3 minutee to I cleck, Mary I u:ke. -tle of ilet.ry
U'Connell. a native of the part.n of hoen. Coonor' of
Mayo, Irtland, at da resident of this c.ty tur the past
5 years.
HARRIF-On Monday erening. September if, t1.
at 4:40 o'clcck Bennie rchtyler Hart is. aced 4 mouths
and io day, Int estn of cp. J and Ros D1). Ha:rr~
BURKE-On orndriy etsridg teptenuber , I-'
at b o'clock, Miss Salle Burke. eater of John 8. Ilrke
O'BRIEN-On Tuesday even rg. Septemnber I:. I1l+
at 9.15 o nock. Miss Matry OBren. aged .l i )ors, a
native of Clegheen, Courty T7tiperrry. Ireand.
McGRATH-On Wednesday, September iQ, Ite- at
9 o'c!ock, p. m., Martiin McGrath. aged So years, a na
tive of County Roscommon, Ireland.
MCSTEA-Saturday. September 14 lId in Living.
stoa parish. Mr. W P. A. nMbltea, agedi .Lt 3aare, a
native of Couuty Cavan. Ireland.
BROWN-On Wedneeday, September t-I. Ir- at a at~
p mi Mr Brlidget Cooley. eged 42 ).are. a t it!e of
fiort. County Ua:w ty. Ireland. w'ife of Alexander
Brown.
MAGUIRE-On ' cerldsy tnornirg. Septert .er ti.
1418. Mre B. A &Jalgu:e. wife tt J. J. Masui'e, age.i
33 years, frmetly of Loweil. Mass.
IN MEMORIAM.
Died. at the hotel lBien. A gesnt 3'-. 't, ltor. C J
BEECHEB aged forty two years
A more not Ic, eelf-a, r turg or g-nerous soul never
stood at God's Holy A.tar. He, like many other faith
fol shepherds. labored t.rcerastr gy. administering the
Sacraments to the dying, comforting the atl:hoted and
oncohragitg the heart-broken to resignation to Go-i s
holy will. At last the poor body, already weak from
suffering, fell under the dreadful scourge now viesting
our Crescent City. After six dai' illness, he gave his
pure soul Into the hands of that loring Jesus whom he
loved and served so feirihiully. In him the poor have
lost a friend, tie or pban a icrvng father, and the way.
ward soul a guide. May we, who had the hasppir.oes of
listening to his instructions reduce them to practice.
and merit one day to join with him in singing the
bralses of our Immnaculate Mother for all eternity.
scattered thrcngh the world'e da.k valhey
Many stars in beauty shine:
sanght c"n d'm their ch rngelcess nustre,
Beaming witl a .gbt divile
To the realms cf b!es and glory.
One pure star from earth has tied,
And the soul that longed for Heavcn
Now has Joined the sainted dead.
Oh I how bleated is God's true servant.
Joyfully he takes his stand
'Mid the saints who went before him
In St. Viceant's Holy band.
Angels' voices sing, rejoicing,
In the golden courts abrve.
For another true adorer
Bends before the Throne of Love.
Gcd has called him to His presence.
From this world of pain and etr'e ;
Be has borne the Cross of Jesus,
No wi he wears the Crown of Life
JEFFERSON COLLEGE,
6e PARISH OF ST. JAMES.
i -
September lt.b, 1I67.
P. Although the sanitary condition of Jefferson College
e and the Parish of St. James Is perfect, yet on account
d of the epidemic prevailing in New Grleans and in
y several parishes, the opening of the classes at the
.. C..ll. .: " to al'jo.v.ena' tilt rfrther enties -
11 It J. B. BIGOT, Fresident.
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SPRING HILL COLLEGE,
(BT. JOSEPH'S,)
NEA B MOBILE, ALA.
This long-eattabllshed Institution, so favorably knows
to the people of ti:e South, will enter upon its Fos-y.
eighth Soholastio year on
OCTOBER 3, 1878.
The Plan of Instruction consists of three print!ps
Courses: the Preparatory, the Classical and the Cu.,.
mercial. The Preparatory course lasts one year. and
Is Intended to prepare the younger students fora higher
class, either in the Classical or Commercial course.
, The CLABSSICAL Course lasts six years, sad em
braces all the branches of a thorough Collegiate and
University Eduoation. At the end of the sixth year
those who give proofs of the requisite knowledge In the
Greek and Latin langunagese, and show suffisolent pron.
aleney tn Mental and .atural Philosophy. Chemlst.y
and the higher branches of Mathematios. are entitled
to the degree of I.. B. (Bachelor of Axti).
The Degree of Master of Arts (A. M.) s awarded sO
those who devote a second year to the study of Phlut.o
phy and Seience in the College, or who have passed awe
years in the practice of a learned profession.
The COMMERCIAL Course lasts Tnuas years, and
embrces all the branches usually taught in Comnmerlal
oColleges. The third year of this course corresponds te
the fifth and sixth years of the Classical course The
Itudents attend lectures In Natural Philosophy and
Chemistry with the members of the Graduating clas.
The age of admisslon is from nine to fifteen years I
and to be admitted one must previously know how to
~.read and write.
S ruERs eOa Be ror 0 o P T AN MOITBa.
Entrance Fee, farst year only.. .. . .... .11 i
Board T1itiun and Washeig. payable ball.yealy.
Land it, advance............................... l00 O
Hedica Yee. ....v............................ i.
lied and lddlng................................ .. 14 :C
e Circulars can ie rbta:sCd by Addresing the
PItEi4IiENT O! SPRIIG HILL COLLZGZe,
wear Mobile, AY.
n THE JESUIT FATBEIA.
a Lorner aronne an Coreumon streets, New Orleans,
p. (UarRSI__ E, College Agent,
t ,227r Ip Grgvier street. New Orleart.
y DUJRABLe I)ENTIbIltY.
4 Dr, J. B. MALONEY. or, rr ot .Joephces aid (:tamp
etreets, near MAdaGL.e earb',. respectfurly nfyorms his
a patients and the public ir. general that ie is perorroing
all operations appertalning t", his prouleaaso In the most
ia soientlflc manner. Artifcis teeth inserted, with or
without entracting the roots, on a new plan. Old sets
i of teeth remodeled, and a perfect adaptation secured.
Teeth extracte without pain by the use of gas or
Y chloroform. Charges w.hin the rech of all
FOURTH lIST. SCHOOL BOOK DEPO I.
JAMES KIRKPATRICK,
Bookseller, Stationer,
AND PRINTER,
SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS,
Pictures, Frames, Picture Cord,
e PRAYER BOOKS, BEADS. SCAPULARS, ETC.
610i . .....M aganino Street ..... 0
aull 7e ly5p Near Josephine.
STATE UNION CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI
7 NENCE SOCIETIS.--'The regn:ar monthly meetleg
will be held st "4 o'c/ock. NEXT WEJNEDIIOAY
EVENING. eepuember ue:h at the Morning Star Ball.
NH. N. WAED. First Vie President.
2.0. .M.EAVAIAG, Secretary. It
I
L s.. . .......... ....CANAL STREET .......................
THE LEADING PIANO AND MUSIC DEALER OF THE SOUTH,
OFFERS THE 'EST TONED. ME1S1 PElFltiETI AN'D MOST DURABLZ
PIANOS AND ORGANS
MADE EIIIHER IN Tl[HIS COU.',.st 0,l IS EUROPE.
At tie LOWFST PII'S .t : on t! MOST ACCOitblf ( ATI.I TERMS ever tcert.
HIS SICCK CONSISTS ESTEY,
Unrivaled World Renowned,
CHICKERING, MASONI & HAMLIM
Celebrated and Elegnr.t
14ATl.~SHIEIK, q
t INEW ENGLAND
A,o insr.t
Fine Toned and Low Priced
HARDMAN PIANOS. O R G A N S.
Second-Hand Pianos from $40 up. hew Pianos from $200 up. All fully.Warrante4,
[h a bonue has alwass been renowned for its law Ir o, and fair d,ea~l . und willirontinue tolasope74y.4
world w th good and rlilable Instruments on te t etu et reaonable t in.
TUNING AND REPAIRING A SPECIALTY y :
WHEN A CAMPAIGN AGAINST I)ISEA.l- It
wagr d with
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperlent,
the enteiy takes flight. It is an incomparable apreettc
for orstiptotiol, blioneneas, d y-rpsia irrvoe do.
blity, gout, h'ulllmiatiml. and affordl a dellghtful.
sparklillg cooling draught, eminently benetlulal to
elforers from all febrile complaints.
IOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ml *';m
A( , ENTS \'aintuid.
PICTORIAL
LIVES
1 ' TII I S:
SAINTS
%th t A 1:.1': "C ( ,v.
-Rev.E.MCGLYNN,D.D.
Illustrated with .t
Chromo Frontispiece and ne:r ly
400 ENGRAVINGS.
f-OLI- ONLY iDY - lj 'CRIP'T I N
BENZI(;.1IR I, 0 ; i'bi4 r
N-w Ycork. Clici'itnatl and St. Lou;.,
aoh25 Im!p
1. VIlAWILIAM, _ .1 H. IIIKWOu'I.
T. FITZWILLIAM & CO.,
Stationers, Lithographers, Printers,
AND
BLANK BOOK MANUFACIURIIS,
7i Camp street and 27 Bank Place,
N1w OULIANe.
Letter and Note Headt. Bill Heads. Cards. Checks,
Drafts and Notes, etc.. Lithographed or
Printed to order.
T^I'AVI PURCHASED TIlE INTEREST 01
.l. Mr. M. F. I)UNN. I willl ,otinoe the busins
In connec tion with Mr . H KIRtKWIOOD. at the old
stand. The style of the firm will remain the sale
Ihanking my friends lanll ousltcraerl for the favors en
tended to me driAno the plo t of eighteener I Lae
the pleasure to assure them thiit herelfter their order.
Call r nia:ee my careful pelonl Whittentiones. nd
ree sl.tofliy solicit a olition C.e f their DO rindshlE
arod ltrp a T tre.
nCOTTAGE ON5 T. FITTHE LAKE WILLMSHORE
J UST RICEIVED
Sof MAnother lot of SUPERt. TaIOR
California Claentre t and White Wines
For wiloe loa C. DOt lon LE,
ant mn, stals and41 Tehonptnry otho rt
J;AFFLE.
COTTAGE ON THE LAKE SHORE
Splendid Law Library.
TWO PRIZES.
The Yramo ottag-, albovr. oentiloned is situat",l .n
the town of Maindeci.lc. Parish of lt. 'allrnrany. It it
rmaoied with orane bs, t t and onther n tree roA o
hall In the centre, en~d gai;lerlee front and rear e'es:e
feet wide and over forty feet long; also kitchen, eer
`Ianteroc rou, atlihlol and necessary outhotc, a II
fronts the Beaclh, is r.ear SteaubalJbt Wharf, Hotel and
1 Churches. The grounds Ire large and ihLade. by 0ak,_
magnolia, orange, tailow and other arose. A fioa
mineral spring as also a cistern Is on the place. The
bathing is tne. flab In abundance, aIdl only two Loure
travel from New Orleans.
The catalogue of the Law Books and a sketch of the
Cottage, as also the plan of the four lots of ground,
can be seen at the office or W. P. FRERET. Real
Estate Agent, No. - Commercial Place, as also at the
offce of BTUD)ICZKA & A&TALECKI. No. I:11
Common street, New Orleans, where the drawing will
take place on the Iat day of October. Doe noti'e wili
be given to all interested through the daily papers of
the time and hoar of the drawing. Ticketa :sa. ran
be obtained at the above named ffices.
The Cottage Is the aret prise and the Law ulocrk the
sceond prise; therefore, the holder of oe I.csket is
entitled to two chances ;n the rafls. 7 he price of a
Ticket is only Two Dollars and Yifty Cents I) t ).
Two Thousand Tirke'r, for eale by tl.e fol:uwlg
Ilgent.emern . . F. A. MATALECKI.
No. I ll Common Street.
W. 1P. FRERE.T,
No. e Commercial Place.
J(IHNSON ARMSTRONG.
Statioser, No. 46 Carondelet street.
ATWOOD VIOLET,
Cotton Factor, No. I12 Gravier street.
THOS. MOODY,
Corner Canal and Royal streets.
G. A. LANAUX,
. o. 17 Contl street
EELLE & MALOCBEE.
ju' sNo. lc e) al treet.
o cG
;" J. BROWN,
PRACTICAL PAPER HANGEk,
Between DIelord and Peyfarre
NNW OKLEANs.
Dealer in Wall Pepper, (old and Vel.ve Bi4,
Window Shadse, Corloees, Buff, Green .d Wea n,
Hollands,. Picture Cord. Tasselse. etc
Pereones who will take the trouble to ride up be my
p!aneo, which Is only nine squares from Canal street,
will find that my prices are from ,) to d: per eat
lower than those of other dealers.
tamples of Paprr sent to the country. free, on app *
cation. Mb Sb9
DENTI'ST'. .....................DENTI
JAB. B. KNAPP, D. D. 8.,
15 ...........Baronne Street..... - ... L
FIIliT'-I;LA1S LIENTII'SIRY AT REASONAmL,
RATE. Jel6 7U8 1pf
J LINCOLN
Hotel. ew (rlOans.
(oontry orderas pomptlalateded to. apy 7613
W. .,n nol ,laren:gor SPI;ING IMOIT&TIOe
A s toO e g uoo1d as re pl erfe tly fresh, the ,nL pes'l.
of pnurohaers li o il te to the sane.
D. I.. IILMonr
•orl. 77 Iy p No. 5 1 ,anal ad 1 ., Bourbon ta.
WANTS-FOR RENTS-ETC.
LOR ?3.LE. VERY 10OW-FOURL UAIS £
I. (jroeod. with su d anwtal ab.da. oGIra. at,., No..
4th. 3"I S r ad :P': Trbouillonlai strt's. Lstwe
(ia,.C.Ir d oral . Itabl. for iray Yard.. Facory
? i..oboo.th Shop. Warebours and rvariou otkb, gPu
.oses. App.y b W. 1. FEISLEW.
ap7'r try Caral street. oort0 Burgoady.
&f. PATRIOK'S HALL FOR BENT
FOB BALLS, CONCEBRT AND FAIRS.
Slt. PatrirbOa Emil. the LABONBT AND f1NkM
HALL IN THEE CITY, will be rTeled, bM 156
or logesr. no roaanbls {eram, for OO CVXKU
BALL!. LICEUVUNSB. FAINS sad NXB13ZT3O
For CHARITABLE ZNTEETADI ENTS. WIe S
distianclto of creed. tb. Ball wi be rumbd ML EAL
PYIE.
Apply at
H WESNEIA INSURANCE.ooPANY.
see Tii t er.r.Omm ee*

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