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day eveaing, M Aph
ns' School. t-tro- I.
pol$1S5 sell we Masr. - rep
as s ras # mrumerdhaad sp- .
-te i'j iwho were amply re- I
to *ho athranoip Te ap-e. p
~ga sand most interestinglix nt
of th discoery of this. ie
and . nt ,oe it by Irish qt4
niey rth tfhC -
I re tireland,"
wasn de a b
for- the d-on thee t
tohistor. "to. bilsnrtuc. n ,o 1
Comm[ tql e
viewed f Ilfdlaepmathet
of that t, Aý
naval bld-toa1r0 hU-i e -aroest-
and t - di pheo'd essionsa.
h is e4k1I & favorite
iwes asiBltia iIgold oenld
not w-b n ore jOl wasniot
Ma.s ae n o the nse down by
hest(?' en-.~1 Jpseugpr egretted
that an not now tsh a man to C
take-the truaplent butt cmrdly monster
Congresu-by the throst;iadi shake it intot
wholese state of apprehension. His al
lusion to well-knyo n Irshmen, at present
- citizens qt New Orleans, wsr timely and
The addresswsw hlienhfed by many witty
allusions ,apd humloresp anepiotes whichpo
wereg esty etjoyed,- b- t which we have
not spees here to reproduce. One of the
Teaiiiresofthe'enteitainment w 1attracted
our.marked attetieal, and -was ob
served by others also; was the applause of
the audiiece, as indicating sympathetic
points. Allusions to the politis of. this .,
countr, and to. the affaisn of the day,. -
seemed to arouse fully ass lfet iterest as 1
any topic co aete4twitkIahe otd country.
It appeared to us, in fact, that the applause
--was-mueh-more iarked wbeLaypin
was made in the former,than when mnd f
in the latter oneoction. a
Mr-an fi aly'iesent l-added another degree I
to the esltiatiopthint hich he isiWeld by our
citizens, anduhe will assuredly leave a du
rable and most pleasing impression upon o
his friends of this comaunity. We learn' -
-with -pasylnu .the nubestat ,
of tkhe-ehmhpe.dt are talang advantage o
Mro.Mltaly' priesehce, w register their a
names as subscribers of his most interesting a
The Feast of S Jlosph ` t
The devotion to the -pure and hnm
Spouse of Mary is one of the most atpgemon
ate and deep-seated in the Catholic heart. z
Who that honors the Mother and the hre '
can be indlberente dathefr holy-protectort a
The privileges that he enjoyed were so in- I
estimable, so much above our most dasag
aspirations, that his being found wety of, '
them raises him-at once to the pinaele of
our venirationn. Not even his silence and (
by auev. lFater-.- merit' that was so
This devotion of the people ssVis~ible
last Thutp y in the numbers that fiotked
to the Church of the Lasaristp on Common -
street, and tll-known as St. Joseph's.
-Hgh le~i wai ceilebratel at ine o'beek in I
honor of the occasion, and a p tiwapa upon
-thelifs and virtues of St.-Josepi preowed I
by Rev. Father Kenny, of St. Theresa's.
But beeides this, and without the induce
-ment of any .further religious ceremonies,
crowds of the faithful thronged the church
throughout the day. Not only members of a
the congregation joined in this demonstra
tion, but from all the rest of the city many I
came exprly to mantfest their devotion.
In the evening Benediction and a sermon
by Rev. Father Smith terminated the feast.
Tin Masmon Ag THE JelBUrre' CHURCH.-Wi -
are happy to be iptforned that the mlslo reo (
celntlg iven by Rev. Fathers Smarius andABou- I
dreaux at theiAsuite' Church, was very fruit- I
fil of good resulti e communion con
nitetsd with it amounted to twenty-two hum- i
dred, maali~esting the religious interest taken a
by the congregation, while eight baptisms of i
adults, formerly Protestants, were its happy I
fruits in the way ofconvesauons.
The Rev. Father Boptrts adyertiies in
another column for a conidptent teether to take 1
charge of a colored soioal, wlah he has estab- I
lished in hbi parish. Wb mre tapp to know I
that the Bet. Clergy of thu dlds are 4livyi Ipp
the importance of disseminating the benefit of 4
eduastion among the newly enfranchised. - 4
olored mas t wta.a h litigation one
te noblest tft t t a" of edA
-th hip- dat-ghtee, Ti .
-' e. n J ema
f owe, a-n a es.ded n odr.tea pers f
,.colorelgared so lame aa whe
.e be otliwrp.$xr thela wnohWut
-ncilman. :ts it. BItous.
suspioon t that thei teathis orulas
P founded and c sdyhf perapns for
t colored children won. d iat i e a whte
itted, through ovesighth e w ld afte
Jr dW other.in manifesting tlthe °xcou from
cThat suh clno inbsult,,p ten thoinsand
dolarjwound to theaehfsiilitiqa. It would
stommy be on tders the colspection of an
mare sotinfa spirit of prite, buit ofi pn
By what train of reasong Joaberm t can
,srriespit theon fclio thate teahi diacrim
Sintion is insultin rather thanui copli gaien
e dilealty in mtanriesting to the court.
S Theat such claim oai be set in aout
commentary on the soUae as tect of theday.
e are satisfied cthaont with thhite judiipern a
rmeet withilrthete it deserves. A jnitin.ar
foisted on oiithe .ole ode .theAna uum .t
willing to pande r to tie pasions oth If its
a . But at consttut o Ith n.ot in
eforce, throat judiciary has not been elec ated,
and besuch actions a this trike us as being a.
hrertaiy: no i tnultntke ten thousand
et dollarPwonnat o thesmearii sense, r Itwould
simplea tOre d e etio of apersecution.
C o i e dudi o. - lt i m o r e s
.noMrs. Dorseyba, long been before the public
Saccisteontal writiag are thrunste aias on esery
hand it ins refrashin to take up a oflme that
neither outrainges the moral sense, nor panders
to a vitiated taste. In rathis, as n coall the other
rks of Mrm Dors y whih we have ill had the
Sdleasure to readnifesting to the d n l eorti,n
e That suhetion creditable The story involves
i of jinstioe with a hope of yuaes is a sadelby
SCamWe street, favorsed that with a o of thue ia e
f Rumor has it that Gee. Halleck will s ceed
Henry Fasoman, of this city, hae taken out a
b paten pt for cottth as a-contit. 'miht be
Church, wil meet hereaftor on Sundays at half
SWe reurn thanks to the oung Men's Ctho
I 'lio eriends' oeiety of St. Patrick, for an invi
tation to atteud the celebration of their first
and suc h actions as to take place this bening.
e Attention is directed to thion.dvertisement of
James T. Hiokey & (~o.l(o .'3 Co0 street,
f dealers in hides and skifie., Experienced and
relible, withample means to make advonces,
they are ever in position t give satisfaction to
all who confide busine e to their charge.
The bakers of this city are periodially up
on some question or another. Formerl- it was
for shrpt weight, now it is for shorcominges
e so ither otred. The street baker has sowept
to makes his appearance in ll the s of the
' All lover of ~uic, i. e. all the world, may
' derive untold enjoyment by dropping intqthe
Smusloal to rempdte of Mr. Louis Graewald, 19
Camnal street, favorsnd testing by both eye ande
7 his uansrpassed array of melodious merchan
dore ahee from 1 parts of the world.
-a The '.ms ot the t.I although wlld succeed
G pert artist ii sM.i hn, 3 St. Charles
p stretp e reco ep all whose otiesses,
f ign, e requrested trenoating, to gie himember
armsex.the rei Whe1Alati r 1
rsl for*a ut}.la -
4 ies sAbys aom l pei-i,
C e H-qons IGadsrtone aid- he
a. " - " 4" yllý
i sh hjtarani Monday. [. iisi' : ". ,
SFt he tim .was rif for s.otli.g .: 7
r o tlh brbJectu naura xpediti oreoto
c Difference of opiaion on this
S ear6f 1st12, foigwas now cotntur le,
bn y T is to emb i el hlrand and Amei.
Lord Stanley said the dom of naral All
in e was oi olete. JTd government hado
Spomite es tobtehal fi way. trtioes -
? lAhb e H o wd o ommonas-Gew dsr e tone saidheou
tI 4 oh Monday.t
home:bigger than q kennel phoidd thke
Fsoe cornersthe tim owas rife forand hold lt in
rightsse oBin sajetom nat profanlzed in foreigot
conrie. viffernwh ce ofall pihion on tis sbject
asd thwlothes.f 1812, ald bwase no counted
on byTeninautoMnebroil Etgland and America.
Lord Stanley said the doand of n eatural wit
giance was obsolete. T~n gevernnlent had
made advawhich he cand Wa. roit y to imet the t
UTnited Statesehaif way. .
ier hoped epetriated itize nstter foruld
be allowed to wake war uplon theirpareut ct-oiI- I
Ax IxxaCSHRai .-.EvFerZ. itie who hasa
home: bigger than.. kennel 4onld' tde d
somecorner ofiit fomahimeuredf and oldhu in
possession sacs d,.from the profaning foot
of any save- whom he shall choose to n dmit
uThis .s necessary as that he sh told wear
his own Clothes. a. should be a Spot to
which he may retire and commune with
himself, which he cannot.do when 'gitated I
ohalf-hou thus spent there thnk btto knowa
howim, themoy speaking, trlan many dollars,nd
If -it may-be -measured, by dollars. This
self-e~omnneon is not noh practised,
ane oaq:ur a are ieas cquanted witho -
e of anythat es s to know.
ºSnch littleo easuidciw sa osstaitt incen
'a tin to.thoei, Do youn smoke . Yes?
Thsuioerub u stheplaoee to you. k.nter, x
lock your doo'light your ineerashaum or
cigar, throw yourself ohx-yor easy-chair
your lounge, andthere tin if ou know
,usDream the smoke curls around
ey" open. see and do not see tf hda-- T
L ertain mreu:ad .es that catme i
mwityo befope . Eyest long iigmay
lns.> c iui :ti. d g.aiuwjth insidious, or tanta
or lizid, or o peyrýpghdoa l yout with
into thin =r, as the rese's blush e Msa"sthey
sidfnrim dea iess osint the gr atl sn
gan, through an open window or a ho01 in
be A sunon time your ind which i
lop stormy, peaps, has sUesaot to
lnom rag nobody p o quarreo awith a1
ear s . s comeb as memory sueal mmons t
a and delightful reverie, the #iry,
ble, grou fe intellectual realm, is t eterede
-uperson through thvenue of silence.
Thisis luxury .;Drem now with your
nte r hen. You see anddo notprayer tee- -i
Scrtainforsandoeetm the very mystholineof
apo - before ou.EShut the door. White. arms
worid has Wlqam years, o9ok , n sq
and pouting ip areou. Smileterate enehfade t
Sinto thin ae, as they roe' very obtrlusive o
form deathless roses in the upper uae,
beam-.gain upon you., Voices that bore
lova in their tonsand re thatd not long
enot large enough to admipresion, andi the t
'heaobtr wlloome in. Thet eforal; mpalp
is the use of all this ne advice an the ottys
world abouwhicht . i
corrThe half-hour's thought, or revere, ss.m- t
f per.the spiritte-theh aeaencounterof life.
Enter the-closet, and prayer becomes-a I
repose.-- If pride the door.mpts White. arms
and pouting lipse are inveterate if neit rges of
thsouitude, and they ink oe very obtive.
How many are there that have us touch a
shrine dNot one in a thousand, for houses e
f are not large enough to.admit of gt, and the t
obtru in siv"l things the in Therefore what
s the use of all thiose of others.advice and prtty -,
bestotalk which wes mohave opreparedtint itisl
tougs of ntself-esteem, we sh ourld think on
ar weakrfnessd, than on the arfction; if it tempts I
s to ost ofentationom H. Benton, aby hiom
Hievery thing that would eause us to be re
- Do inathongs the will of Gtod
There areebout sixtynced that anyd Chie inter
C bslifonwia. more on
1ý ., 'ri p >' 1 . . !,! ;.!: ..
• .-.ý - ..
ld'i Monday fdr
1 IQ a i 1b be Ba piineltoe t
- kt Ma s to leave Je5en e benlt to
a n.me. o- te , .intree.o. ;tae .r
? a s'settaethiea i, stie Degieartio ptwet
SBrfiaub hlain. teJsae been the inst to
A , ahetaI#im-e, - + .
e;aly loneIa.ltpý'ioteero.: < l +..: r" .+,
.~ ksfksJkutke utrns Westhae
e brnato h BB ae int haloslrend its grip
PJ thekdu o weiner e o
.I M lnte, wit .be t i0, ,: . .pop with
n I.att 5 . thivedsa" n,.
.h tuofe on ' t n .iS,- .t
• wblata ,,' i,,+ Pbeerted in
" '%a Steens o ys he S nt intend to dieat
until the dPrev idoent iuh vite.bot o i
"A new pow inveiea talioa will ren
oI Wshitgtmi on the'AOth instant.
Dr. latter, of iberthdalle celerated inr
te d Soutevens slatly he killed inteog d to die
i the Presglident se wviotd t d
Aive tiplow invs tedalf thornwill trench
strip from ixty ig osonht feet wide ek, th
His Holines haes re-ena th e a deatk of m pen- t
youn, afterbide, hichng one years reladeclined. -
uiDr, tbnk robbhatter of IberMile perish, had owasr
taken-S from jthdoai lad hntely kille by ix doitizens.
shie Englis oNoh Carolina is uer ltive and
sucive times aixtn thousand ne th begnc ge.
At o dinner part is, whon t week, the firing of
of tharge number ofere ctory one ratilves aon
altyh after trying one year's relaxame tion. I
MoGuire, tint bank robber, of Missouri, was
Britaken from nearly dobl hng by sin the lasitien.
Fishing off North Carolina is very'active and j
sucoesaful, sixteen thousand netsbeingengaged.
A mooted po on fot is, who or bloereka the firing of
Moscow!: Some say it was given by Gen. O
.ý-arge nuuniber of factory, operatives nre
about- to ret-urh to-England, being unemployed.
The amount of tobacco consumed in Great I
Britain hns nearly doubled in the last twenty t
A plan is rtiportedl on feat to blockade Vera I
Cruz. The latest sensation in that miserable
A hurrioane passed over Toronto, Canada.
-Dama, $50, , one man killed and many
A IA-ihiss been iappf-nl~e a revenue colleec
for in Indiana. Just the position to shop to
;JaOhu iA iidlsmoT°imothy Pick
s~~ig from the ofliee of Seeretary of State pe
The' CAkrdh UTnie complains- that Catholic
papers, without exception, are opposed to im
-Troaiin Iowa are walking for a wager of
0. would be better employed in darn
The Western papel aetll of accounts re
ktit to the recent storm which swept-over I
I -the N Jertw - . -
"The OMrk" Uion of New York ealls fee a
convention to ta@e measuree for the muppreteli 1
of Pree Masonry.
It' is ppeed to establish a paper in-Wase
',ini, en dtwgi of laZ 10o, to defend the
IWe- hear of a lady having more than a thou
. sauddresses. We know of peobple having more
I thaena theasauddlnesees.'
l ..n eone year, twelve thousand letters were
posted in Oreat Britain without any adress.
On)e enmatlsed a £5000 mote.
The popPlation of Connectiont averages 000
to each person. It Il net said how much was
!made from wooden nutmegs. -
A message by telegraph was sent, from Ire
land to Callfmrnai ltely, in two minutes-b-dis~
tance, fourteen-thousad miles.
Justieer;hee, the first Roman Catholic who.
held a judicial position in-England since the
"Reformation," has ltly died . -
A hotel built in' Pithole, which c .- $0,000,
was recently sold for B000. Cause--ok would'nt
bubble. Hence, the b ibb'le brst.
A ladies' club is being formed in Boston. It
is to be hoped that there is no intention of using
the c Gion their husband's soonces.
The people of Waltham, Massachusetts, hav
voted against keeping bees in that burg.
I son: Be-esase they might be stung.
A iUnin depot, to cost two million dollars, is
to Is built in Chicago. Let a Union depoj be
1u ozstruoted in every Ameriean eart.
A horse dinner is to _onmoff in NewTork
omn. If IanOther animal were substituted they
would have an ass-orted entertainment. ,
One half of the revenuetax ol never
reaches the Treaury., There tod maly
hands reaching to put at inyChere else.
The action of Conlgress4 I-nluring nert~a
stok in Eropeil t Thas pretty welIrhaumted
the stock of patiende of our own people.
Thu number belonSing t the mei cleri
r eal, end legal profesiojin Eng is about
the sam--t~irty-ve tonmu- sach;
aGen. %ratnt's income l saoid tobe,6o0,000 a
year. Our d--l wishes somsd wuld grant
that he might come ifin to tithen the sum..
SAccording to the request of/Wr. Beward, C.
SMI. Clay has res ite the ofba of Minister to
.ssia. Canse, ~pu,,ting rarMoad toek.
The state Trearer te~oyed notes, It
week, representtng$s o. hs, added O
Samount formerly bunamakeasmr of Sl44
It is propbeed to'u oiiitate Chiet.a "
Chuee' as the Demscrato i nM\idate 'e-e
SPresidency. They would find that a dear pur
Jn 8ua s BiJarrun il cort q Ki t sith
p1. ~ py e , tqbelieve t ~ oo of.
W et e ý t ý --.
the' tct '-ý-i ket _'in t*he
W 'w r broU*t tdoflbwm
.rs"lieas reven + d ,....iie • of
Norlb'r' sa atelttle
.It seeath e illy o see the 85 of- thMe
UnitedSlte esd iw dineadiemia r tp ow
The grain raised ta New Uaglesn y y
'., es .maies a t'ile be bot
t ,eel suathil ot
enerson*, t ofra bing l pt
trelve eile above w o about
Ty parsos, a4dever h einh bn
Que es.n -yhe ha. has`eof e her: bok 0o4I.b
l that miore spirits are there ta
fermerly. Generally,- men nk most when "
Horaee Greeley says nobody gete n by nsal
aries. People ont here know oPf m El who
browse on rich pastures.-cer aeath5 and bakers
who reckon thirteen to the dozen when heating
their-own ovens awith slaveigs.
The recent nominations by aeof the parties
was a perfect godsend-to the WplNhlpers 6f our
city, fihrnishin themreith several elum of I
declinations. It nat to bernferred that these /
gentlemen have fallen into a decline. /
After the iNorth Carolina Convetion ad
journed, the members, white and blaclsConser
vatives excepted, joinedt in a danme- as Ii.
" John Brown's soul is marehi n a
"We'll hang Jeff Davis on a sour appl l n
v. Mr. Tyng has been rep!l by
Blahop Potter, aecording to senteee. Wl the
tinging reproof pevent a recurren, e otfhe of
fense The senior.Tyng appealed ; tM lnig,
no doubt, such melodious clay c ot be
moulded by a potter.
- FUNIEALmvm -"
A naeral servrie will be celebrated iTHURSDAY.
96th inatnt, at 7 .clok, A. M.. in the hurch of Notres
Dams do Bn Sear, Jaso-Rreeh near . eWOn.
for the repose of the he o.f_ _tlbai 11ei. ler.iwoNE.
R T.NCIS TI'tIS. His friend. aneqmdnalaea are
requested to atteod on tbat oae/toc/dwitt further In.
L. BRUNEWALD'S '
- PIANO FO.Tg/ WAREROOMS.
Nio. 1n9 C*xr. S2usr, Tsw Oaoaa,
Aget for STIINWAT PIANOS and MaIo & Ham.
ViLoa, Guitar., Jiags Yenes, Aaotdsoreo Ilallan
oitd Wrench Str nga g Instruments. Publibser
SSheet Manle. ~lerver of Poreig anod American
Musi, Iustrnct s oa, ete. PPiacn Roated with the
pirivilegaof oprcl s s. - -r ly
JAMES T. HICKT & CO.,
HID'ES AND SK.INS.
Na 33 Commeree taeot, Now Orlenas, la.,
Post.Omee Ben Noa..
attention paid to uiimeint of Hides.
W ool, Tallow and BeeoWar.
ANCES MADE WEN" DESIRED.
All hipmente to ad .fr o baem, by s or river,
are covered bwy our Open Polr of Insurance. unless
Ocder lo dealers and tanners carefully and t
ally attended to. u, m a
F. OON"NDE ( K ,
No. s Rampart street, between Delord t Calliope.
Me allc Mahogany -Walnut and Plain COFFINS
alwaye on hand.
All orders for Carl'gee promptly attended to.
/ ",-f ly
hOUSE, I10h, AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
No. T75 St. Charles street, New Orleans.
Box 163 Mechantis' EBrhange.
Orders solicited and promptly attended to. mhS 3m
CITY MONEY AT A PREMIUM.
I. mru ar. , .. -. rmL RANT.
BERRY A HART,
Wholesale sad Retail Deslers in
PFACY AND STAPLE GROCERIES.
No. 71 Camp street, New Orleans.
Country orders promptly attended to.
B- Bods delivered to ey part of the city, free of
City. Money received at a Premium of Five Per Cent
over the cuirent rates. - mhi
SLOAT'S ELLIPTIC SRWINGI MACHINE.
TRIUMPHANT AT THE LOUI81ANASTATE FAIRI
I am elliug them now at the very low price of .
DOLLAUS, end with each will throw h one eat McaCg
RPal Charlu for )atn Ladies' Dre ses, at th Grea
Sohoera Machine ad ailety Steor.
ihl tm - M. 8. HEDRICK. 87 OCas street.
W ANTED-A MALE TRACHER, AT ST. Vrsr.
set' Heine. Must be Cathlo, um - aled, .
psiee7, and, good t scl* u. Apply as the a
Wiws-A TEAEIUý TO TAR CNA N
Sof a colored school. MusBt be a Cathole, o r.
enaol. a gcil dlrcplnarlan.-nnd well rocomwiaed:
Apply to Rtv. T. BUrt. pastor of Joe-ph' C.hntch.
lrmtna. -mlitu tf