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XRNONWO STARB AD ATKBOL CO GOU
NEW ORLBEAS, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBRE o0, 1e.
M1Kc O AUOUs -s rws.
ANTraI.-It is stated that there will be t
about nine thousand new voters in the
Parliamentary constituency of Belfat onz
the occupation franehise alone. How many ~
on the lodger franchise itis not possible to .
-seMr. Thomas McClure, a Liberal and a -
Presbyterian, will be the Liberal candidate t
for Belfast. - "
ARnMAGH.-A correspondent of the Dub- a
lin Freeman says: Tho Orangemen in the '
neighborhood of Portadowu seem determin- r
ed not to " let their hands out" of the a
ractice of doing mischief. On last Thurs
ay niht, (August 20,) about the hour of c
midnighta number of them, shouting "To I
hb-L with the Pope," and using other like a
expressions, marched.to attack the honuses a
of some of the Catholics in the parish of r
Seago. They commenced at the house of a
an humble, unoffending man, a weaver, by i
the name of Terence McKeown, in Eden
derry and having smashed his windows e
and doors, they proceeded inward nearly
two miles, to the house of another humble, e
inoffensive man, named John Hillen, like- e
wise a weaver, and who, besides, holds the,
office of sexton to the Catholic chapel of
Loyola. Here also they commenced the
work of demolition, not leaving a,whole i
pane of glass in the house, and smashing
in the door, which had been welYprotected t
by a strong iron bar, but the ruffians used t,
very large stones in their pefariousmattack, p
many of which were found inside after- t
CLARE.-The Tipperary Advocate of the h
22d ult. says of O'Brien's Bridge ReSatta:
" This annual regatta upon the Upper al
Shannon, vwhich is usually well attended, p
came 6ff on Saturday at O'Brien's Bridg o
situated between Castle Connell a -idK- i it
lobe. The banks of the riVer at both sides e
were thronged by well-dressed persons of
both sexes. '
Con.--0On the 18th nit., a large quantity d
of corn. the property of Mr. Coppinger, of ei
Middleton, was destroyed by fire in that ei
gentleman's haggard, together with prem- o]
ises adjoining. w
On the recent removal of Rev. John Col- e
hins, C. C., from Kilmurry to Tracton, a
deputation -of the parishioners of thefor- tl
mer parish,consisting ot Messrs. D. O'Keefe, gi
Charles Harold, Richard Powell and Jere
miah O'Leary, waited on the Rev. Mr. Col- n
lins, presenting him with a purse of sover- at
The death is announced of Richard Dow- t4
den, son of Mr. William Dowden, who left
this country for Australia fifteen 'ears ago. d
Amiable in every relation of life, he has C
left many sincere mourners in both hemis- M
Dui:m.x.-Alderman John Reynolds died ei
at his late residence, Rutland Square, Dub- sE
lin, on the 30th nit. During a long life
time he occupied a prominent position in so
connection with the public affairs of the di
city of Dublin. pl
Information is wanted of Anna Maria
Kiernan, who left Fairview, Clontarf, Dub
lin, about the year 1858. Any information p
will be thankfully received by her sister,
Jane Kiernan, No. 2 Newcomen Avenue, hi
North Strand, Dublin. bE
A sad accident occurred on the 30th ult. h<
in the neighborhood of Swords. A labor
ing man named Hand, hbl his right arm t
crushed in a threshing machine, requiring
)ow.--The name of Henry Burnet, far- K
mer, of Doogharey, has appeared in the in- P
solvent list. r di
GALWAY.-A correspondent of the Dub- m
lin Ntion, writing from Galway on the 12th t(
ultimo says: "James Henehan, a respec- fa
table mechanic of Galway, who happened 5t
to become the recipient of government fa- tl
vors during the late political excitement, b
was lodged in jail for a considerable period,
and when they thought proper to liberate P
hims, the young man left with a sadly im- n
paired constitution. The lengthened im- fl
prisonment had done its work, and he at h
last succumbed. His funeral took place on u
the 15th ult., and was attended by a large 0
A correspondent says of the August fair tl
of Longhrea : The autumn fair of this town 1I
is, generally speaking, the smallest held
during the year. The supply of cattle to- 1
day was considerably less than I have ever
before seen exhibited at this season of the t
KEalt.-A Killarney correspondent sa a
:i charge of church yard desecration i to
be investigated at Castlegregory en the 8th r
instant (August,) the sexton of the P otes
taut" church of Killarney being charged
with disturbing the remains of s'me Ca
tholics buried in the village chur iyard.-
Tile desecration is said to have en com.
mitted in digging the fbundatio for a new
vestry. It alppears tlhat the exton com
mencedi the work in the absen e of the rec
tor of thea'larish, 1Rev. Abral inm Isaac, and
thie parish priest of Castlegr gory, the Rev.
John O'Ka:e, and witho giving any inti
mation to the parishioner interested in the I
grave-yard that he woul do so. The mnat
ter created much excite icut, and Mr. I. C.
Hlickson. J. P'. at oiice interfered and
stayed prscecdmigs until the return of the
rector amid paris.h priest. Great excituement
atnd indignation ircvails amnongst the Ca
tholic iUnhalbitants, vwho have instituted pro
ceedings against the sextoni,which will SteiveI
him as a caution against such proceedings
in the tuture.
It is saiid that Mr. Maurice I). Kavanagh,
who somectiime ago addrhheasctd the electors
of 'Trnlee, htjs intimated his intention of
contesting or the couiity relprcsentatioi.
lie visitc91 Listowel to secure the interest
of Mayor l1owe, agent to the Earl of Lie
KrLDARE.--Captain Henry E. MIoore, son
of the late Pl'onsonby Moore, of Moorefield 1
. Houde, Newbridge, has been appointed a
justice of the peace for the county of Kil
KuLxUmV.--The Right Rev. Bishop of I
Ossory recently removed Rev. . Phelan
from Mooneoln to honr.
a. KIxo's Coumrr.-At a late meeting of the
I clergy of the several parishes in-the King's
ase. County, held at Talamore, it was unani
mously resolved to support Sir Patrick l
O'Brien and Mr. David Sherlock, Q. C., the t
only candidates who have. as yet addressed
be the electors.
the LEITmau.-It is said that two brothers
on named Michael and Patrick Behan recently a
any forcibly administered an oath to a woman
B to named Reilly, of Corriculla, in the-parish n
of Cloone. whereby she bound herself and I
d a her husband to leave their house and place,
late they being care-takers- for a man by the
name of Curran.- The Behans have been
ub- arrested on the affidavit of the woman.
the The villainous laws favoring landlords are
cin- responsible for these and similar unlawful
the occurrences. -
- . LIrxnmcx.-A most singular death oc
of curred recently at Tallig, near Abbeyfeale. I
To It appears a young girl named Eliza Collins,
ke aed fourteen years, was carrying a basket
oe opotatoes on her back, fastened by a hay
of rope, which was thrown over her head and
e of across her chest, to enable her to bear her
by load; but the gad slipped in the most un
en- accountable manner, got .on her throat and
)Ws strangled her.
vly It is reported that the Mayoralty of Lim
ble, erickifor the next year will be conferred on
ke- one of the Catholic members of the corp
the- tion. The names already mentioned are, t
Mr. Thomas Boyee, J. P., Springfort.; Mr. t
William Spillanee, and Mr. J. Quinlivan,
ole high sheriff.
in The election of a town councillor for
to the Customhouse ward, Limerick, recently
sed took place, when Mr. Maurice Lenihan, c
ek, proprietor of the Limerick Reporter was re- h
er- turned without opposition. He received
the congratulations of a large number of
the his friends.
ta: LouTH.-On Sunday, 16th nit., a charity n
per sermon was preached in the Catholic cha- t,
ed, pel of Omeath, parish ot Carlingford, in aid ,
e of the fund for paying the debt contracted
a- in effecting extensive repairs on the sacred k
les edifice. t]
of The Dundalk Democrat of the 22d ult. G
says: Our flax market commenced on Mon- ce
ity day last, and was attended with the great- o
of eat success. The growers of flax and sev
,at eral proprietors of scutch-mills warmly co- g
m- operated with the promoters, and the result u
was far beyond what the most sanguine e:
ol- expected. - s
a A monument is about being erected to se
Jr- the memory of the late Thomas W. Fil
fe, gate. h
re- MAYO.-A national school female teacher ii
ol- named Cunningham, in charge of the school tl
er- at Dromore West, was recently arrested at re
Castlebar, on a charge of passing a coun- h
w- terfeit ten pound note. s
eft QUEEN'S COUNTY.-There are seven can- T
So. didates for the representation of the Queen's a]
tas County. Hon. Mr. Fitzpatrick, M. P., and ol
is- Mr. Mason Jones have been adopted as the g
liberal candidates. The latter stands, how
ed ever, as a Liberal candidate, without the
Lb- support of the clergy. n/
fe- SLtxo.-Notwithstanding some efforts
in sow discord Mr. Woulfe will be the ca i
he date of the Liberals and, no doubt, tr m- c
b -TIPPERARY.-On the 20th ult. t Tip
perary police arrested no less th seven si
on persons on charge of bein con rned in f
the late attack on Billy Scully, a BaUyco- ti
io, hey. Four of them were fe es-three C
being daughters of Dwyer, ' m whose a:
house the shots were fired; e fourth, a
young woman who had the ouble misfor
rm tune of being his niece and ing on a visit, S
ug probably of condolence ith her cousins. tc
The men arrested were ward Mullina, of ,
ir- Kilbenny; John Dwye of Donohill; and -
in- Peter Birmingham. wyer an kMillins e
did not belong to th townland, and Bir- n
ib- mingham is a serv t to one of Scully's d
Ith tenants. The pri ers being brought be- o
ec. fore a number o local magistrates, were a
ed secretly questio d and then discharged, i
fa- the feialeeprio era being obliged to give
nt, bail to appear hen required. -
A most de etive tornado swept over
ate parts of th county of Tipperary on the
m- night of t 12th ult., causing ravaging
m- floods.alo the mountain road from Clog-(
at heen to smore. The bridge of Glengalla,
on upon th road from Newcastle to Clog een,
rge consist g of a single arch of forty feet
span, as been completely carried away,
air the ch made being about eighty feet in
wa len th.
eld aptain Edward Saunders, Rallinderry e
to- P rk, Borrisokane, has been appointed by
ver te Lord Chancellor to the Commission of
the the Peace.
The tide of emigration still continues to
flow from the railway station of Thurles; s
scarcely a week passes by without a batch
of well dressed young men and womnen, of a
8th respectable appearance, leaving for a dis
tes- tant clime, which is to be the land of their
god adoption. In consequence of the large a
number that emigrated for the past few
- years, farmers' servants and laborers are
very scarce, and wages high in all cases. F
aew Boys are getting from £9 to £11 a year, e
Mn and girls £6. b
and VATERFORD -At Kilmacow petty ses- i
ev. Bions, held on the 30th ultimo, sub-consta- a
ti- bles Boyle and Corcoran, of Kilumacow,
the prosecuted two farmers named Mangan and
tat- Iteilly, of Ballykerghan, for assneaulting
S. them and obstructing them in the disclharge
and of their duty. Theo proaecutiou origietned
the in political differences. It caused much
:Ca- W T.\r~:AT.-Concerning tihe funeral of
pro- the late John Lock;Esq., of Kilbeggan, a
ive, tcorrespolcnet writing from tha:t plice says
luge it was attended by a large coucourie of pco
ie, after a solemnl otice Iltl requiel
Ih me;.s lh bad been clLoted b" somLe1e thicty
" Of g0eie.ow.--elichard lHe' utll Drought, of a
h- Glen Carlig lHouse, has been aplpointed to I
rest tle. commision of the peace for the county
Lis- of Wicklow. I
A Wexford paper announces the death of
son Mr. William (iahan of Enniscorthy, in the I
held thirty-third year oft his age. His loss is a
d a national one.
Adversity has ever been considered as
p of the stateoin which a man most easily be
an comes aquinted with himself-particular- 1
ly being free from flatterers.
e TH aRirwm na O NEW ORLlAW.
i- A correspondent of the Baltimore Clatho
k lie 3Mirror, writing from Virginia, furnishes
4 the following, relative to our beloved Arch
bishop, Jean Marie Odini
S: I am now going through the process of
ly acclimation, and while the long hours of
in the day with a volume which, in my jour
sh neys and recreations, I always make my
id ade mecum. It is the Revue du Monde Ca
* tholique for 1863. I have just read a page
be dedicated to the labors and sanctity of that
· holy servant of God, Archbishop Odin,
which I am tempted to put into English for
r the readers of the Mirror.
Mgr. Odin, Archbishop of New-Orleans,
who, in obedience to the wishes'of the Holy
Father, and to give new evidence of his
e- pious devotion, lately visited Europe, has
e. returned to his cruelly desolated diocese.
lS Oh! couad that long journey have been
t quickly accomplished, and without impos
ing on himself and his traveling com
panions severe and exceptional hardships I
er During many long years has this venerable
"n prelate been spreading the Gospel in Amier
ica. He was the first bishop and one of the
first missionaries in Texas, when that vast
n- country was almost a wilderness. His eyes,
so to speak, have seen the birth of that
flourishing Church which we admire there
, to-day, and by the apostolic labors of more
than twenty years, he has raised it from the
n, cradle to its present vigorous manhood.
His labors date even farther back than that
ofor it is more than forty years since M
ly Odin forsook his family and his country
" consecrate himself to the missions. D ug
e- his earlier days and for many long ears
when he had occasion to visit his C istian
of ick, scattered through the wilder eas, he
often travelled six-or-eight da without
,y meeting with a dwellinghouse. preached
* to Europeans and to savages, o lawed and
id ignorant; and he preached i the desert.
d But the desert is now i labited, and
d Mgr. Odin has many a ti e realized the
truth of the expression wh' h declares that
t. God can change the ston themselves into
1- children of Abraham. We have ourselves
t- oftentimes seen and 1ard Mgr. Odin, and
r- we have learned in istening to him how
g- great are the con ations, or rather the
incomparable joy which can fill up an
1e existence entirely evoted to the privations,
sufferings, fatig s of every kind which the
o service of the c as requires.
l- We have learned fully what is the
heart of a b hop. Mgr. Odin has realized
r in himself, uring his travels in France,
a the sweet xperience of those inexhaustible
it resource of the priestly devotion of which
i- he is s noble an exemplar. He and his
sufra , the new 'Bishop of Galveston,
ST , brought back with them fifty priests
's and welve religious Sisters, whom they
d obt ined at the (Eurre des .Missions. To
1e g n these generous souls, they truthfully
r presented to them the hard life that was
1e fore them. No other eloquence was
necessary. And as the perils are now
greater than at any time heretofore, and
the difficulties more pressing than ever, the
harvest has been rich beyond all natural
calculations. In the course of a year, other
priests and other religious sisters will leave
- France to unite themselves with the mis
sionaries, who, to-day, confront yellow
a fever, war, Protestantism infldelity, isola
tion, and hunger. It is thus the Catholic
e Church fights; it is thus Jesus Christ tri
e umphs. C'onfidete, ego vici mundum.
The man who never failed is a myth"
tr Such a one never lived, and is never likely
*. to. All success is a series of efforts, in
i which, when closely viewed, is seen more
or less failures. The mountain is apt to
is overshadow the hill, but the hill is a reality
r" nevertheless. If you fail now and then,
's don't be discouraged. Bear in mind it is
- only the part and experience of every
resuccessful man ; and the most successful
m, en often have the most failures.
ir TINNERS-PLUMBERS-IRON WORKERS.
I uDWAHD O'ROURXNL. MATrrI1W M s1AORs.
_ O'ROURKE & MEAGERB,
a, STEAM BOILER MANUFACTURERS
, Noe. 183 and 185 Falton, and 213 New Levee streets
n between St. Joseph and Julia streete.
Low Pressure, Locomotive, Fined and Cylinder Boil.
ers, Clariiers, Filters and JuiceBoxes made at the short
ly Will make confraets r'lollers, and all necessary con
Of nections, suc1 as Fire Fronts, Grate Bars, Steam and
Stand Pipes Valves, etc. Chimneys and Ilreecling, all
of which will be furnished at the lowest foundry prices.
to All work done at this establishment will be uaran
teed equal in point of workmanship and material to any
in the city orelsewhere.
Planters and Merchants are respectfully invited to
Of call and examine our work and prices. mbh2 ly
ge HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER, GAS FITTER, ETC.
Lw 464 ............ MAGAZINE STREET ............ 464
re Between Race and Robin,
's. From trenty years' practical experience in the mbusiness,
Lr, can warrant all work entrusted to him. No pains shall
be spared to merit the confidence of his patrons, by hav
Suing all orders prqmptly executed with the Ibest materials
a- and latent improvementa, on the most moderate terms.
DWELLINGS, OFFICWPS, ITORIES, eto.,
Fittedl up with Water and OGa P'ipe.
1OT, COrLD, I'LUNGfO ,
S Anid -oewer Bathing Apparatus.
L WATER CLOSETS,
of SIIEET LEAD, FAUCETS,
J COI'PEP., and
U- (;.AI.VANIZEDI) IRON.
n GAS FIXTURIES, CIIANIDEI.IEILS, etc.,
CII.\I.LELNGE C(OOKINGI RANGES,
Of i mhil ly For hot water pipm attachmenns.
to JIs s INMTTL I. 1U. APILEGAT~.
tLy c.INTYRTE &4 APPLEGALE,
Dealers in Cooling Rans sad Boilera, Bath Tbe.,
a Water Cloet. Wash as, Klltchen Sink.. Llt
and Force Pumps. Alame . sbseet sd Lead Pip,
146......... .. ..... .POYDRA BTRET......1......
_s IYEW ORLEANS.
- N. .-A ta for Colwell', srhaw A Willard's Patent
Tir- sdaPpa a eded, ad seed
MUTUAL AID AND BENEVOLENT
I LIFE INSUBANCE ASOCIATIONO OF LOUISIANA.
5Y3ror5 O CUAR1TU,
SThe planpropoed by the Mutual d and Benevolent
Life Insluranc Association is au follows:
f lst.--Each person upn enrolling himself or herself s
a member, shall pay into the Treaury a membership
fee, if between the ages of
P 16 to 30, inclusive, the sum of .....................10
31 to 40, -- -- .. ....................... 13
41 to 50, .. .. .. ...................... _2
t which payment constitutea him or her ile member.
. --A.Life Insurance Policy is issued for a nsum equal
to one dollar for each enrolled member ap
r books of the Association at the decease of said member.
Bnt in no event shall the amount be paid, on said policy,
I 3d.-On the death of any member, an assessment is
P made upon each policy-holder, for one dollar and twen.
ty-five cents, payable at the officme of the Association,
.witl.n thirty -ds afer notification thereof, by publie
B ion in one daly newspaper published inthe city ofNew
Orleans, in ng.-h and onein French, for nee consecu
S4th--Should the number of members exceed five
thousand the asmesmment of one dollar and twenty-five
eents will be reduced in proportion to the number of
members exceeding Ave thousand.
I th.-Should any member fail to pay the asessment in
Sthe time specified, he forfeits all previous payments or
6th.-All acenmlations from whatever source, such as
Sforfeitures, interest, etc.. shall be credited upn the
books of t Association, to the members pro raa to be
withdrsa in leofasseements. aun9 3m
t C T WAREHOUSE,
S ........... CUARTIES 8TRErr..........19
A. ROUSSEAU & CO. Importers, offer at low price
M PTTING. Engs and merican of all inds,
LOOR, Furniture and Enamel OIL CLOTHS.
MATTIND(OW5 rolls China, 100 pieces Cocoa.
WINDOW SHADES, Table and Piano Covers.
CRUMB CLOTHS, Drugget, Linen, Felt.
CURTAINS, Laces. Reps, ýorsted, Damasks, etc.
FURNITURE COVE 'G, Linen and Cotton,
CORNICES. Bands. Pine. etc. anl7 3m
AMES J. JONES,
PAVER, FLAGGER, AND GRATE SETTER,
t Pays partular attention to. Edging and Concreting
Residence-Corner St. Andrew and Laurel streets.
1 Orders left at the ofice of the MO~axo SrAa will be
promptly attended to. mnyl7 ly
i 1 INDOW GLASS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER,
WINDOW SHADES, ETC.
A large and well selected stock of the above goods
always on hand and for sale at greatly reduced prices at
the paint store of
I L WIrEELAHAN.
fe9 I• No. i0 Canal street
MATTHEW WARD FURNITURE AND BAG
Sgage Wagon, No.371 Melpomenestreet. NewOrleass.
Furniture taken down and put up,and Pianos removed
carefully, on meet reasonable terms.
P Orders may be left at the MIusi Store of Messrs. Zorn
& Bromer, No. 98 Camp street.
The Car stands at the corner of Camp and Poydres
streets. mbl ly
LEET, WILLIAMSON & BOWLING,
(Formerly Peet, Simms & Co.)
lorPOarTas AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
to8ss gaaLine street
eS23 ly New Orleans.
1 HENRY N. SHARP,
Nos 147 and- 149 EAST TWENTY-SECOND STREET
3 Between Third and Lexington Avenues,
apo6 ly New York.
J T. GIBBONS & CO.,
GRAIN, CORN MEAL, AND HAY,
35 ............... Poydras street...................35
myl7 ly New Orleans
HISY & BOYD, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
And Dealers in -
Bagging, Rope and Twine; Iron Ties,
No. 82 Pojlres. Street, New Orleans.
mhIs tf _
DR. W. L. DAVIS, who has for many years been en.
gaged in the prectle of Acoustie Medicine, as is well
known, trusts he nay, without improprlety, massert that
the reputation he has secured by opening the ears of the
I deaf shall be maittained.
Da. DAVIS can be consulted daily at his ofioce, No.S51
Canal street, on all Diseases of the Ear, embracing Dealt
Ses and kindred afflictions. mylo tf
RS. DR. SAMUEL REYNOLDS,
No. 124 Washington street, corner Constance,
Offers her services to the public for the Cure of Cancers.
Ulcers, Bone Felon, Catharrh, Carbuncles, White Swell
ings, Scald Heads, and Dropsy. ap6 tf
ONLY GOLD'MEDAL 1868-
GUSTAVE VON HOFE,
Manufacturer of UPRIGHT PIANOS, 807 Magazine
street, New Orleans.
ery new Piano sold, is warranted for five years.
GROCERS AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
OI LANDING FROM SHIP JOHN H. KENNE
dy, and for sale by the undersigned :
4 pipes RED , L ote de Clairsc;
m2 pies WIIITE tINE, Chateau de Cur4An;
:0 barrel WIIITE WINE, Chateau de Cursan;
It2 9 hoses RED ) INE. St. Julien;
I40 pipes RED) WINE, Cotes de Bourg; -
20 Ixaes RED WVINE Siainte Eulalie;
1 h5aktels CIIAIAMIAGNE J. Rousillon & Co.;
Y 25 half.pil,;s Monutferrand i. 8.
o ce6 8at Exchange Alley. near Canal street.
- W. II. KER. JOIN W. EVANS. EDMOND EKE.
W H. KER & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
LAVACA AND VICTORIA, TEXAS.
I. At Victoria we make no extra charge for receiving and
11 furwa'iing, and will pay Railroad Freight and charge.
on all consignments to us for sale or shilpment. jy26 tf
I GrOCERY STORE..............-GROCERY STORE.
Corner St. Andrew and Magnollia streets. Keller's Row.
The undersigned woull respectfully inform his friends
and the public that he has removedl his Grocery Store
from the corner of Lafayette and Dryades to the corner of
Magnolia and St. Andrew streets, Keller's Row, where
he will keep eonetantly on hand a large assortment of
Family Groceries, whlich he will sell as cheap, if not
cheaper, than any othcr Grocer in the city.
Corner St. Anldrew and' Magnolio streets,
Jyl fm Kelher's low.
ITY MONEY AT A PRIEMIUIM.
IIERRY & IhART.
Wholh,s.lde and Retail )ralers in
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
NBo. 71 Camp street, New Orloans.
Country orders promptly attended to.
- N. B.--Good. delivered to any part of the city, free oaf
S City Money received at a Premium of Five Per Cent
Sover the current rates. mhlt5 m
U JOHN HENDERSON,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
S l Na. S Toehalmiteuas atrsat rO
BAKERIES AND CONFCTIONERIES.
. R BREAD AND CRACKERS BAKER,
No.76 New Levee,neaPoydras street, New Orleans.
Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of Breud,
Cream Biscuits, and Crackers of every description all
made by machinery, at lowest market prices. mhl ly
CAILL & COFFEY
SJACKSON CORN MILL AND FEED STORE,
15 Ne. T71 Levee and 35 Water streets, Fourth Diatrict,
25 NEW ORLEANS, -
-a Co., OTteH R.an, Flour, Potato.s Oil Cake, Bock
S Al-tE' hia Mauctnrer of Self-iaaising Flour.
Ir. fresh eeaweU band, a auperior quality of
y Cidc naand t Meal, Hominy, Gortte
l Chleno .an aew p e orn Bran, ete.
s li MORn prmt G fAilleRd" dwl e prnd iqgtood do
nb Weamcbhap for Cars. eriv n aotihn convincea
t T.,RNEST TURPN, WHOLESALE MA, RFAC
u- . turer o. fSt d ly a dle.a Chbolnte
Cream Drop, Soagr Alond Rock xCandy. uJazbeo
SPate, Gum p, gad Syrup, y ceaem.ca Imporer o
rench Ornamenta, src as Cupid, Flower, Guman
f Leaves Darshpn P tDecorarted Toy, Ceatnes Fan
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A. Between St. Lous and Coati etret, New Orlean La
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TO THE CATHOLICS OF NEW ORLEANS.
788 NEW ORLSdEO MOBQNGQ STAB.
F everal year. it hasbeen a matte raofato mnt.
Snot to e- humiliation, that in the metropolis of the
South, writh Catholic communit like ors, nuamerons,
intcuisnt, and truly relilon, there was not a single
pataoc paprer i enll. a eadmittinthat each a paper
is in our city a deasideratnm, we ntendr , with the a -e
proval of the Eccleslastical Authority of this Diocese oo
n, sert a Weekly Eet uglie-per., mainl devoted to the in.
trte of te thulic Chureh, whlech will be callned the
NEW OILEANS MORNING STAR AND CATH0.
For the Intellectual and material department. we have
choeen men of faith and talent, able editors, and ex
perienced managers, thoroughly devoted to the Catholic
The "MOR NING STAR" will be printed in quarto
form of eight upaes. .
be erms--oFur dollars per an-nm, in advanee.
To prevent all failure, and to arantee the perms.
nency of the undertaking, t will be based on a Joint
Ss atoer company, administere according to the laws oi
The joint stock lompany will be composed of stock to
d the amount of One Hundred Thousann'. Dollars, in
at Five Thousand Shares.of Twenty Dcllaru per share
one-half of each to be paid cush.
The patronage of the Rev. Clergy of the naighborlng
dioceecs I. earnestly olicited.
The whole management will be under :. suipervie on
of a committee conmposed of four PrieetS. 2a-ltted by
, theoet tev. rcbhobsopand tsreo laymeia tbeeocted
s by the atockholder.
SAPPROVAL OF THE MOST REV. A HETSHOP
We approve of the aforesaid undertai.'e and com
Smend It to the Catholics of our diocese We appoint
Rev. N. J. Perche au President, and htee-. Thomas F.
0mith and -- Flanagan ua eccleainasual members oa
tJ. M., Archbishop of New Orleans.
New Orleana December 12, 18ee.
The 1ev. Parish Priests are invited to read thia pro0.
pectus to their respective con1Jtions.
Presdent ot the Committee
Below we give the location and name of our Churches,
the Pastors and Curate., the hours of Msas, Sermons
T Instructions, Vespers, and Benediction. The location ok
our Free Schools, with the number of children attending--c
each, the naamesof Principal. etc.:
Imnsacuie Conception Church Baron,, between Coeos
men and Canalatreets--Rev. A. J'ouran, 8 J Presldent ;
Rev. F. Gautrelet, . J., Vice President, an, Prefect of
Studies; Roev. J. Cambiao, S. J. Tresurer, Professor
of Natural Philosophy and Itatihemates; l'ev. W. S.
Murphy, S. J,, Chaplain.. Rev. D. Hubert.8. J., Profes
sor of the 1st Collegiate Course ;- Rev. . Ikolaind', S. J.,
Professor of the 3d Collegiate Course; Rev. J. Downes,
S J., Professor of the 4th Collegiate Course; Rev. J.
SFole, S. J. Professor of the 6th Colleglate Course; Rev.
A. Stmon, D.;Rev. 11.J. OGraves; Rev. P. P. de Carters;
Rev.J. Duffeo. Week day Mas att, , 6, 7 and a S.
Snunday t j, 6, 6t, 7, a, nd 10. Sermon at 10 o'clock, In
lth Benediction ate 6, and Sermon, in French, at 7
Carrollton--Rev. F. Ceuppens, Pastor. Massu at 8 and
High Massat 10. Vepares at 4 o'clock, P. .
81. Stephens Napoleon Asanu. BoulTyny-Rev. A. Ver.
rina, C. M., Pastor; Rev. A. Idandine, C. M.,'Rev.C. J.
Beecher, C. I., Rev. . Guedry, C. M. Asistants. Mas
n. at 6, 8 and 10 o'clock. French Sermon at 8 o'clock; -ung
llfiah Sermon at 10 o'clock. Vespers at 6 o'clock, followed
at by Inatructieons and lenediction-one Sunday in ung.
he lih, one In French.
t. Henry, Boudigs (Gevnan)-Rev. C. J. Ileecher
i C.M., Pastor.. Mssand Sermon uato'clock. Veapersand
SBenediction at 3 o'clock.
Si Alpi*oe, Constaneserrestt weentmf Andrewan
Jouejsehhesdreeg-Rev. J.B. Dufy, C. SS.1L, Rector. Rev.
Father Alexander, C.(. R.. Rer. Wm. V. Meredith, O.
88.R.. Rev. James Sheeran, C. 8. R., Amlesitant. Week
days Mass, 5j, 6 and 8 o'clock; Sundays 6, 8 and 0o'clock.
Sermon at Oo'clock. Vespersat 3 o'clotk. Evening de'
SvoItlon da Sermon at 7 o'clock.
l Aaussution, (oenman,) Josphtes ...ret, dn
L tnae and Lurel--Rev. F. Brandstatter, C.SS.R., Rev.
BeneditNeithart. C.58. B. Maee and devotion same
as St. Alpboneus.
Nokr eus Bonum', (Freh,) Jackson stret, .
tweesrLamurde and Oaane etrs'e--Rev. 8. Giesn, C.SS.
It.. Rev. Father Dellam, C. 88. R. Week day Mess at 5
So'clock. On Snunday First Mesa at 7 o'clock,. and High
at 10 o'clock. Sermon at 10 o'clock. Evening sermon at
5; o'clock in summer, and S in winter.
81. .ary Archbishop's Church on Charirestreet, betwheu
Uruis and Hospital treus-Very Hev. G. Raymond.
Pastor. Rev. Father Perrin. Weekdays at 6 o'clock;
Sunday. e, 7 and 10. Sermon at 10. Vespers at 5 o'clock.
Old Ursunine Churech, truline street, between OChartres
and Old Levee--Rev. Father Coste, Pestor. Week day
SMass., 7; Sunday, 5;, 8. Sermon at 83. Vespers at 4.
t. Teresa's r Erato and Camp streets.-Rev. Thoe.
J. Kenney, ia'tor.. Rev. P. F. Allen, Curate. Mass,
SSundays-a',-731 . l$O -elock. Sermon at O0 o'clock. Ves
pers andileuediction at 4 P. M.
8t. John 18) Bi tilt Church, Dryades, between Calliope
and Clio erect--Rev. Father Moynihan, Pastor. Rev.
Father Simon. Week day Muss afl7 o'clock. Sunday at
7, st and 10. Sermon at U10. Vespers at 4 o'eloek.
St. Louis Cathedral, Chartres street, between St. Ann and
St. Peter treet--Rev. Father Chalon, Paster. Rev. Fa
therT. Tholomler, Irev. Father Ferec Rev. Father Millet.
Week day Mass at 6 and, o'clock. 4undays, 6, 7, 8 and
10. Sermon. In French, at I0 o'clock. Vespers andBen
edlction at 4t o'clock.
S1. Patrick's OAurch, Campetreet, between Oirod andJulfa
lstrects--Rev. Father Flannagan, Pastor. Rev. Father
Sheehan, oev. Father Holton. Week day Massat 8 and
. o'clock. Sundty at 6, 7 and 10. Sermon at 10 o'clock.
Veepers at 4 o'clock.
St. Joseph',. Common street, betleen Maraois and ViTle
nd streets-Rev T. T.J. Smith, C. M., Superior. Rev. MI. Rubi,
s C. M., Rev. C. Iloglioll, C. IM. Rev. Winm. Kelly, C. M.,
tf Rev. James Duncan, b. M. ass. week days, 5j and 7
o'clock. Sunday Mass,6,7, 8t and 10. Sermon at 8Sand
. 10 o'clock. Vespers and Benediction .a4 o'clock P.M.
81. Aurfutine s Church corner of. t. Clouds and Rayon
w. Road-ltev. Father Janbert. Pator, Rev. Fater Subi
lean ltev. Fa tiher BUria. _W'eek day tsH at 7 o'clock.
da Sunay at 7, 8 and I0. Sermon at l1o'clock. Vesporsat
of . Ann's Churc;h st.5 Philip treet. bcecoen Roman and
icur--Rev. Fnather Tumolne, Pastor. Week day Mas
meat 7 o'clrck. - Sunday, 7 "ad 90. Sermon at 95 l.ners
oft 13t o'duick.
Ni. Trickiyl (German) Church. Si. Ferdinand. bctweeet
1Grertman and Ciancotro streetr-lRev. Father Sckrek,
1'astur. Lc;. l".Ftlher Lconrsal, 11oe. Father Truvia. Week
dn' tlfns at 7 o'rhlok. Snnlat' at?7 and 10. Scrmon at
l0'o'cho'k. V,''pnrtnatl3u 'chcl.
,tt. V'inent d;e I''nl, G'reatrt'. between Mrintegn.t and
Cl,,ruet stree--lter. athller E. J')"sltier. Wesk d',' M[aes
t 7 ,,'ch;s'k. Sl;;,;ndcv at7ndl 1I. Sii;o'ront I ,'chcl k
One Stltl;lo IU Fr'eltch aind one Sunday In Euglish. Ves
,l;;n;;i,,',.t;Ur ('lircih,r er~lr fJfnndcritle and Jhorlej
5'rc'-l-cv. l.'l;ll r' A. I.;. -I l';ototr. V.',', kloy · I ess
7u'cli'k. Slzt;llnhyt7and'9. Seuunarstlsu'slukck. Ve"s
perc :1t 1 o'cl-rk.
Pt. 'eter'e CLhurch, on Crop street. letreens Mariun and
Mn;derlleUetreete-lRev. FatherC. Molyihnan, 11eo. bather
Fitagibbons. Week day Mass at 0 o'clock. 8nnday
at 7, 8t ani 1l0. Sermon at 10 o'clock. Vsiers at 4.
8t.1 ol de Linm, Bayou erree. beoneen Dor'enoai and
ci Broad etreee--Rer. Father F. Mittelbronn. "Weekday
Mae nt 7 o'elock. Sunday at 75 and 10. Sermonati1
o'clock. Vespers at 4 o'clock.
i havt q Traies Consent, 'hltrd Dieti--Ver
R N.Jr. Peluhe, Chapain. Sa,0 onSunday atq
8. Jsssh'eChuk, G5ee-..sO Sudaym, st 7 o'clock,
1.0w Meei at 10 iockle, High Masr sd Sermee. in
Germaau eav alternaie n8day; at s3