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BISHOP J AGGER.
Services in Philadelphia Conducted by the New Prelate. THE RITE OF CONFIRMATION. Sermon on the Limit of Our Duty. Philadelphia, Pa.. May 2,1875. The Rlubt Rev. Thomas A. Jagger, D. D., who. OB Wednesday last, was consecrated an Protestant Episcopal Blsnop of southern Ohio, otticlatud this morning la the Church ol tho Holy Trinity, of wblcb he has been so long the beloved pastor. It was to be oue of bis last appearances among his old parishioners before leaving for bis new Held of labor, and the large edltlce was tbrunged. Be sides Bishop J agger there were also piasent tbe Rit. Klcbard Uray, ol Oblo; ltev. W. 0. Hopkins, of Illinois; Kev. C. M. Butler and Rev. C. Miall, ?f Philadelphia; Uev. D. 11. Buell, of North Caro lina; Rev. John Bayley, of New York, and Rev. W. L. Boll, tbe assistant of tbe church. The services began wltb tbe Litany, wblcb was read by the assistant Dastor of tbe cburcb, after whicb fol lowed tbe feature of tbe exercises of tbe day? ftameiy, tbe administration by the reverend Bishop of THI RlTK OV CONFIRMATION to a class of thirty-two persons, who bad been Instrooted ana flttea lor this boly initiation by tbe Blsnop himself, during bis pastorate or the cbnrcb. After tbls service Bishop Jagger de livered a short address to those wbo bsd Just been confirmed, advising and Instructing thein of tbe solemnity and Importance ol tbe pledges which tbsy bad taken. It being tbe first Sunday la tbe month the rite of holy communion was then ad ministered by the Bishop. The communicants Who partook numbered too. At four o'clock In the afternoon services were hold In Boly Trinity chapel, at wblcn tbe Rigbt Bev. Bishop Jagger was present, assisted by the following:?Rev. R. A. Edwards, minister of the Chanel; Rev. R. A. Thomas, rector ol sit. Matthew's cbnrcb; Rev. B. E. Murray, oi the Church of me Covenant; Rev. L Newton Stanger. oi Ohio, au<i tbe Rev. Richard Cray, President of the Staudlng Committee oi Southern Ohio. A number ol young ladles and gentlemen were confirmed, tbe Bishop preaculag A SHORT SKUMON from the text, "Lord, if It be tbou," from tbe story or Christ walking upon the water aod l'eter calling to him in the storm. Alter reciting vividly the thrilling atory and picturing tbe terror of the disciples at tbe raging sea and the roaring wind, added to by I the sudden vision ol their Lord moving upon the water, be described their leellug of safetr when tber ielt that their Saviour was wltli them. Yet in the first mouieut of fear, be said, we know that it is Peter's voice wblcb first demauds, "Lord, If U be thou." We know be would be the last to be moved by fear and tbe first to be reassured. "If It be tbou, bid me come." lie was not presamp tnons enough to act without tbe Lord's perruis- j ?Ion, but his despondency flamed Into enthusiasm when be recognized his Lord's voice, and be would dare all lot Urn. When called by Bim he ventured ' apon the treaoberous sea, and, having faith In la Him, walked apon It as upon a solid pavement. But as he leaves tbe ship an J hears tne waters roar be lorgets his Master, grows dizzy snd be gins to sink, and gives tbe despairing cry, "Lord, save me, or 1 perish I" There Is more to admire than to condemn In Peter's conduct, 'ihe knowl edge that it Whs Cbrlst who called maue biin strong. It was rlgnt for blm to say "1! it be thou, told me corns." We should lasten our thoughts on that simple expression, "Lord, If It be thou." It \ Is the single condition by which all true fattn regulates its acts. It bide ui to fear nothing toat Car is i commands. His words, "It Is I, be not afraid," should bs all ws need. Like Peter, we Should bid dehanoe to death Itself if He calls. The j an christian will naturally shrink when tbey bssold too hardens and dunes of Ills and the terror* of deatb, bat Christians need no ?taer aesorance than toese words, *ls it Cnnst's will that 1 go forward f" Ws shoald ask ourselves, aad U ws are sssured It Is, ws should say, "Tbv grace is all safflcieat for me," and ws sbouM bravely follow wbere Cbrlst leads. True faith is aot oftiy tearless in spirit, bat daring and prompt la action. Living laltb is XO PASSIVS raXKOITLB. It breaks a war from au limitations wblob fear pots aruaad. It it not what we wish to do nor wbat wo leal aMs to do, bat what Obrisi bids ua ao. Peter not ask more to an?"Lord, lr it be Tbon, bid me coma" There is a mistake that many ?all Into of thinking that because certain things (to not seem to be specifically forbidden tbey sre not wrong. We ought to toet every saob question we may have in our feoarts oy Peter s question, "if it be Thou." Every thing whim is antagonist^ to tbls Is abeolutely forbidden. It le last as wrong to measure our 4aty by our ability. We see this disposition in many wbo do notqaite become Christiana because they do not quite leel strong enougn. We see it tu tae landed incompetency of those who win not aid in religious work. The limit of oar duty is Christ's wiiL The etrength comes as ws ooey. When we step apon the waves tbey bold us up. We only sink wbsn we lose fsitb. Pater only sunk when be bezaa to doubt. faith follows wbsrs Christ leada It ?ever holds osck wnen he seems to call. Peter K?v*4 Christ by traatlag him. He did not ssy "Lot me eome to Thee ana prove It." By believing he proved lb "Thy mercy. O Oo<t, holds me ap," ha might have said, with the psaimist. We eanaot understand Christ's powsr snr more fean ws osn ths mystery of ills, we cannot rea* tan It em; we can only have faith; we csa provs Us existenoe and Bis power as tbe spring plants wove there is 11/e in Ood's creation?br trusting, m4growing uatli we besr iruit. we can prove lim as mead proves friend, not by arguments, by Masonia*, bat by rssponsive feelings and sympa* AM, by laith and trust. A SAD CASE. 1 WOMXM Win BXB DEAD IXV1XT CAST OX tor rrauiT. A Boat dtatrtaaing caaa earn* to Ugbt Id Jtmj Mty yeeterday. ? woman named Batty Hunbea had been Urla* wit a bar two children. ?lrla of mi ud tbraa yeara respectively, m poverty, oa Morgan atraat tttia bat a huaoand, from wbom iba received Uttia or no aid?one or Iboaa nomadlo individual* sot uncommon nowaday*. Tbraa weeua ago lira, fiiignea HT( burth to toolbar girl, and bar oon t it ion waa tban pitiabie. Far irom receiving that attantion bar delicate condition demanded, iba bod to tana to bar feet a day or two artar tba Mrtb in order to aarn enoagu to pnt food in tba moutbeofthe little onea. 'iba woman in wboaa apartoaanta aba foond anelter waa turnod oat of tba bonao tor non-payment of rant. Since tbat ?ay Mr a. Hog nee and bar ebiidran paaaad tbeir tigbta in tna ampty room. a nelgnbor* ! Mg woman allowed bar to brlog in tha Miant ana give it tiie neceeaar> attention, leatcrday morning, wuiio in tiiia woman* 1 louee, tna m.ant died, ana tua beanies* arouau turned tba uniortanato uutUer with iba dead imam in ber arm* out on ttie tiub> way. bba waa lound wandtiiiug on tli* railroad tt tba w*rren atieot croaetuK, oy coroner i.rucn, who toot tier to ronce Headquarter* wuu tier ci.ii '*?? t>?uy 01 iba tuiaui wu* tout lo ilrauy'a Morgue. Cbioi of i'otico cbampuey gave the not.r tutaaau aooiu pecuniary am ?nu oeriteaat tea ; tod maui provided witn a *ui>p>r. woiou the chll* ira? devoured a* ii tuey iau n t teeteu I0o4 lor a ATTEMPTED bUICIDE. Margaret Cavanangi, a young woman raaldlng It lo. MS Tan Krabt a tree t, Brooklyn, attompteo to commit aoioi4o at aao>peea taveo o'cloeh laal ?toning, by drowning hemnf ut a pond at luohara On a fteaoribg itret ?*. so# wne rodcutd in nu ! lautiou coaittioa by efloeri I'emam kuA ttaohy, ?ho *o*ev*l no to oo rewooiiee. TH"E ETFRNAL CITY. S90U won KINO, POPE AND PATRIOT?THE pontot-'b speech to the tocxe or the CIECOLO OP SAN PIETEO? O A BED A LDI. Roue. April 12, 1875. Despite the threatening words aod angry re criminations of partisan newspapers the convic tion that In Roma there Is room for all, popes, ; kings and patriots, forced Itsell upon my mind as, ; yesterday, 1 drove to the* Via Nomentana by Porta Pla. This road is flanked on either side by the suburban villas of the lay princes ot Rome. PATHIZZI'S NEW PALACE. On the right we pass the newpalace bulltby Mar quis Patrizzl, the original one having been de stroyed by the French In 1819. TOHLOX IA'3 VILLA. On the left Is fortonia'a villa, much frequented by visitors generally, but not at the present moment, for the old man, now by a royal decree created Prince of Faclnus, is much cut up by the loss of his wife who, twenty years a confirmed In valid, was tended by nlm with a lover's care and devotion. VILLA MILLKFIORI. Next we come to the Villa Milleflori, where the King spends most of his leisure time wh6n in Rome, never sleeping at the Quirinal If be oan help it. GARIBALDI'S RESIDENCE. AscendlDg the lull jou come to Villa Casallnl, which, since Garibaldi has taken up ills residence there, is thronged by visitors from seven o'clock in the morniug until about lour o'clock in the afternoon, when old Sgarailnl, one of the wounded of the Volturno, now acting as major duomo, in forms later comers that the General is tired and can receive no more. THE PLACE FOR PICNICS. Close under this villa is the Sedlaccla, or Devil's Seat, to which old Roman ruins the Romans re sort for picnics on Sundays and ftte days. PAPAL AND LAV JUBILATION. These attractions would alone serve to account for the numerous carriages, hacks and omnibuses which yesterday thronged tne road. But yester day there was an extra reason lor extra con course. To-day is the double anniversary of the Pope's return from uaeta, in mo, alter the fail of the Homau Republic, and of his hairbreadth escape in 1854, when, during the celebration or mass m the Church of St. Agnese, assisted by several car dluals, many lav princes, civil and military author ities being present, the floor gave way and all were precipitated into the wine cellar beneath. AH escaped death or even serious injury, and tne Pope, attributing their salvation to the special in terposition of the Virgin, has always kept the day as a sacred anniversary. Vigils, therefore, weie kept in preparation lor the "To Deum," chanted to day by the canons of the Laterune.se Order, who are the custodians of the onurcti, and the faithful resortcdjtnere in numbers to perform their devo tions. RADICALS AND PILGRIMS. Some of the Roman papers had unwisely sug gested that the police and military should be on the spot to prevent a collision between Garibaldi's visitors aud the pilgrims to St. Agnese, as the General's villa is only separated from the church by its grounds. Foriunately this advice was uot followed, as it would have been the very way to produce the catastrophe. GARIBALDI'S GREAT PROJECT. We paid a visit to the General, who was literally hidden by a crowd of admirers, and who is now extremely enthusiastic lor (he presentation to the government of the pians for the port at Flumi- j cino, for winch be demands a concession in his ? own name. The company who undertakes to con struct the port?the firm of Wilkinson, Smith * Co.?no longer demands that the government guarantee the interest on the share capital, but Simply a giant of a certain zone of land ronnd the port and the right to exact tbe port dues, brokerage, wharfage, storage, pilot age, Ac., Ac., with tho permission to drain er warp the lands lying either side so as to render tbe sew harbor beaithy and habi table. If this concession be granted the works wni bo commenced immediately, while tbe re- 1 maintng Tiber p'ans are being discussed. And it Is time that something be began, m people are ! getting exceedingly fired of ail tbe talk that, as ; yet, has led toiotbing When tbe discussion was i brought before tbe house tbe Miniiters and the President ol the Tiber oommisaion agreed that nothing could be done nntil Garibaldi's projects were laid before them. When, tb? day beiore yes terday, in tbe municipal council, a member urged on hie colleagues a grant of money fbr the works on tbe Tiner the Syndio objeotei that they could ao nothing until G*rib*idi>s plans were presented. Oarinaldi is keenly alive to the mischief that may reaait from this sort of by-piay, and now, let who w io will object, means to act vithout farther delay. This he told us himself. TRS OBCBCB Of ST. A OX IS. We followed tbe stream and entered tat little i ehurcb or St. Agnese, wbeie, hitherto, wo bod onur noticed tbe new ball adorned witb * picture which does small credit to modern art, representing tbo fall of the ceilmg. Bat the courch U, in Itself, exceedingly interesting, bolng ooe or tbe earliest founded by Constantlne, and altboogb larged in tbe flftb century retains its ancient form. Ton deaoend to tbe tittle basilic*, wiucb Is far below tbe presont level of the soli, by a long, damp staircase, in waoee walls are inserted maro.e slab* and tabieta wttb inscriptions denoting tbat they were erected in memory of early Christians. One In honor or St. Agnene, whose remalna sre dopoi Ited in the confessions under the high altar, baa an Inscription in verse by Pope St. Daruasus. On tbis altar la a splendid candelabrum lonad in tho catacomb*. The old commas are of tae rarest marble, one 01 them or portasanta, but the ponder oua decorations or the celling and tho heavy mosaics on tbe lower tier 01 aulas, together with the gen- j erai ornamentations, which have been aaded during tno reign of tae present Pontiff, altogether spou tae antique simplicity of the areoiteoture. We need scarcely say that the evening aerviee went otf without giving rise to tbe slightest dis order. AT nu Vatican. Between the years IMO and 18T0 this anniversary was celebrated witb the moit extraordinary pomp. By day tbe plassaa seemed transformed into flower gardens; at night toe whole olty was illuminated, the woole popuiaee in the streets. Now, of coarsc, all tae interest ccntres in the Vatican, lesrsrday the young Koman patricians were received by His Holiness, and tbe Marquis Francesco Uavallettl, Senator ol Rome, presented an address in tbe namo of aia colleagues. In which, after expressing rsgret for ino *ad condition of tbe present, they indulged in the hope that His Holiness wooirt yet see bis enemiea full, destroyed or penitent at bis leek To-day the launfui, tn matte, tendered their reverent and regretlal homage. Tim Pope, who was looting extremely wen and by no means depressed, seemed eepectaily pleased with tbe addtess ol the youth oi tbe Ctrooio di San Pietro, read by their protestor, Toil', tonr albums, con taining SO,(MM signatures or priests and laymen wbo bad rendered toanxsglvinxs for tue Pope's preservation, were then preeented. wttb lonr sliver chalices, "litting symbols of tbe bitter oupa pourod out for bim by disloyal detractors," HIS H0LLHS9S' RUIlNDCn TO TBI DONORS. The Pope reminded tbe donore tbat persevemno e conquers in tae end; that victory does uct belong to numbers, out to believers; mat Gideon's 800 triumpued over a numerous nost; tnea, recurring to tt?e catastrophe of st. Agnsse, he observed that toe present aud the mtdre, as tbe past, were in toe bauds 01 God; mat, witnout ais permission, mortal foe<i, however strong, caunot prevail against ine faithful. Besides tas numerals car dinals anl pi elates present at ths audience were Prince WmdichsraSic, witb bis con and two brothers m grand uniform. Descending from his throne, His Uoljness walked through the immense audieooe ball, stopping ueie and there to ipealt familiarly with times he Knew, and to listen wita ii.c usual kmiHlocs* to tbe many requests prof* fered. OuBiMO TO TBR railOKia OP TBI VATICAN. Sew tbat ths i pe sever quits tbe Yatioaa j ties* pu?t? esdieacaa arc the oaiy ohasce tbe ; paoyic save of presenting tbelr peutiona, ai ht j is moat Jeafovsly watered. and it la very diffi cult to secure a private audience or even to gat a latter delivered to him. AN ARTIST'S JOT. When the bpll was cleared lite Pope examined a large oil portrait of himself and a laruo picture rep resenting St. Agnese on the pyre, the work or Cavalierl Pletro Gen till. The young artist, on hla kneed, read an address in which he summed up the history of the martyrs, for which the Pope thanked him, praising the wori which has occu pied him more thau lour years. CHARITY. ? The Catholic institution for the Instruction of the blind was opened to-day. At Ave P. M., at the Church of SI. Aguese (i'uorl lo Mura), the Te Deum was cuantej beautifully in the proaence of a crowded audience. TIIK LAV LEGISLATURE. At two P. Si. the House of Deputies reopenea alter tho Easter holidays. Scarcely a bundled Deputies were present. FRANCO-BELGIAN TRIBUTE. To-morrow a large number 01 French and Bel gians will be received ut tho Vatican, ttiey have brought various gifts of money, and count Baur sety, in the name of Slgnor hraan, a we-Uthy pro prietor of Alsatia, will present a picture of tho Immaculate Conception. AT PEACE IN HOLY CENTItK. Now, considering that all these varions com memorations, ceremonies and receptions occur on tne same day without Riving ilse to the slightest disorder or causing any fluctuation on the Bourse, we think we are Justified in affirming that In Rome there Is room lor all. A NEW JERSEY CATHOLIC PRO TECTORY. CIRCULAR LETTER 01* BISHOP COBRIGAN TO HIS CLERGY. Right Rev. M. A. Corrlgan, Bishop of the Catho lic diocese of Newark, addressed on Saturday a circular to the clergy of his diocese, mainly touch ing the Catboltc Protectory, wnlch is to be estab- 1 lishca despite tae refusal of tho last Legislature to grant tne Bishop, Vicar Uener.il and other Catholic citizens tne same powers an? privileges as aro enjoyed by the administrators of the New York Catholic Protectory at West Farms. This letter was read jester day in all the Catholic churches of New Jersey. In his opening lilshop Corrlgan savs:?'-You will remembor tnat in tils parting address to the clergy of tins diocese the Most liev. Archbishop Bayley directed their zetil, In a special inauuur. to three good wor** wmcii ho would nave undertaken nan lie remained tu New Jersey, and whion he nad much at Heart, because ttiey were most urgentiy nefded, nameiy, a catiioiic Protectory lor boys, a llonse of tin* t.ood sbeptierU ior >_? iris ami a large asylum i<>r tne orphaus 01 the entire diocese, ut tnese tnree wants tne last mentioned is the least pre.-sing, lor the reason that tiicre are already lour local asylums in our midst which kivo she;ter to t.ome live hundred orpuans. The Catiioiic i rotect or* and tne House of me (iood Sneplierd, tin- want 01 which Is a ma ter ol sail and aiuiost daily ex perience, nave liitiierto existed only in intention and in hope, out tne time has now t ome wnen our desires ana anticipations are about to be con verted into reality." The right reverend prelate tneu unuounces that, with uod's blessing, tne House ol tlie Good Snepberd will be opened in Newark on May m, and tnat, about the samu time THE CATHOLIC PROTECTORY win be inaugurated at Denvllle, Morris county, under the direction oi tne Brothers of St. Francis, "iu both in-tuutlons," tne Bisnop says, "besloe a careiui moral and reliuious training, tha inmates will be taught Habits of industry and usefulness. The boys will be taught trades and the labors of the tarm, and tue uiris to ply the needle, operate on sewing macmnes and be Instructed in otl.er similar employments suited to their sta tion in liie, so taat iu the course of two or threu years, wnen tne first expenses suall have been de truded, botti institutions. in a large measure at leaet, will be self-supporting." The Protector* farm cost $30,00u. It contains over 200 acres, one nail ol wbicu is cleared land; a large brick man aion, In good repair, with accommodations for sixty children; a neat new frame cottage, out buildings, nam, larm uteusils, Ac. The House of ttie Good buepherd consists of two large brick houses, on fligii street, Newark, healthily located, with two vacaut lots adjoining, affording recreation ground for tne lumates. The property cost 1^7,000 ?nd will accommodate 100 children, it will oe open lor inspection on and ' after May 20. Regarding toe maintenance of ! tnese institution* tue Bisnop urge" tne vital na- \ cessity of early raising a fund, and orders the taking up of a collection in all of tne churches ol j tne diocese on May 10, Pentecost Sunday. OUR MODEL POLICE. HIOITWAY ROBBERY OX A STREET CAB?THE THIEVES HUNTED TO JEBSE1 AND ABBESTAD. Frank Jaycox, a resident of Bariem. stepped on aToird avenue car about five o'clock yesterday morning and roda down town on hla way to visit bis brother in Jersey City. Anaoc the passen gers were two yoong men, who entered the ear at Twenty-Iourth street Ju?t as th? ear was aoont to slop at the terminus in front of tho Herald office these two 1 yoong iqen slipped quietly off, one of them taking with him Jj>cox's gold watcb and cham. Jaycox ioiiowsd tne tbief and a lively chase ensued around the oar five or six times, wnen Jaycox grasped the rubber. The latter at once passed the watcb to bis "pal," who, seeing tnat the eon test was becoming ratner hot, handed it back to the owner witn mo remarg, "There It 1*, make no more noise about it." Jaycox caned for the ciiriu, but the truer told bim to "shut up" Another chase took place, Jaycox pursuing mem down Cortlaudt street and Into the Jersey City lerrybost, whtcb started out a few moment* after. Tne transaction occurred in ttie ot en daylight; yet Jaycox could nut see a New York policeman In any directlou from l'ark row t<> i orilandt street ferry. Wbeu the boat reached Jersey City, tne thieves tan up Kxcbange piace, but Officer Bowe, who was on duty at tio leri v. seeing tne pursuit aoon overtook and escorted them to the First precinct station. Captain Mciloruey telegraphed to Captain Leary of tue Twenty-sixth procinct i* this city, who aest over Detective Irving and Situeant Fanning to bring the tmeves back to this city. They gave lUeir i?..mes as Charlie I row . aged twenty-two. aud Jonn Flood, aged twenty-three. Wuen asked wuat tney bad to sa lor invading the sacred ? oil of Jersey the/ replied thai ihey wera dealers in horses and haa gone over with bridles tu fetch tnelr stock. Tbey made no objection to return wito the New lork officers, ana Justice Farrier delivered teem up. OUR UNSAFE STREETS. ? DBCmODT EtrjTTlN ATTEMPTS TO SHOOT quiet err 12tNa. Tbe reckless bravado of Mow York ruffians, ti ?earns, canuot be cbeckeu by oecationat execu tions nor by tbe care of tba police. I he following cam oi flagrant scoiiadreilatn illustrate* tbia rack. On sntnrday night, at bair*pMt ten o'c.ook, Mr. Jamai Murpuy and anot.ier gentleman were es corting a young indv to her home in tbe seventh ward. Tb?y bad passed Into floatiimei sweet, and were between Madison and Monroe, * nerr a man, wbo wasjcoming toward tnem, suddenly dts cbarged a revo.ver at them. Tba ball naesed so near that lis wbiszing waa heard dia'lnotiy by ail tne party. The drunken ruffian? for be aeauied to be under tbe lofluence of uqnor?tben reeled up to tbe gentlemen and said to eat*n. "Don't you lite thatr" supplementing this interrogation wun *ome obscene expressions The gentleman, bavmg no weapon*. replied quietly thai taej cer tainly did n >t like tbe experience; nut. aa uo barm bad been uone, tne matter was no* coded and ail right, llieee answer* did no? satlaiv ti e rowdy, tie cocsed lila revolver and uttered a numDor ot finny t.nd threatening expression*. Tbe youbg lady In tne par r became frightened and fled. itie gentlemen were, of course, Dot ra?6, and so they qniculy followed ne.' into a nouse in wtticn sue bad ound reiuge. As taey were retreating the towdy tired two shots at ibom. Hit um wui uq. rruo, nowever, and the oniy effcut of ?oe ouiuta wa? to cnip tne aioue steps oi tbe nouae into wbicb tbe party ban (tone, lie theo paceu up and <iowu on tuestrost tor a iew minutes, flourisiiiug hi* pistol, wni'u ne nad railed away ine geuuo meu went to the Seventh preoiuot miuuu house and reported tbeir auventu f to captain Uaraud, n no aetaiied Osteon ve Wal*u to accompany tbem thioufb iu? i re inci to look ior tne recki?*s rui. fiun. Tne search was un*ucces?:?t, nowever, but tne police are Attn making mnu.riss. THE WEATHER YESTERDAY. Tbe following record will so'ow the changes in tba temperature Air tbe past twantefour hours, in comparison witn tba corresponding data of ust year, aa indionled by tne thermometer at llnd nut's Pharmacy. iJkkalu tfttiiaingi? laU. is7.?, 1874. a A. M ?? ? 8 :'M) P. M AA bi 0 A. 46 43 a i'. k) 4? 49 b A. M AO A4 t> P. M ?< 44 lii H fci AS lit I', a 40 4# Average temparatore Averaae tempciatftia A?i eona*pou.ini< data IMI /?M.m. IIMHMWIIIHilMtillixnm 4t? THE PALLIUM. Consecration and Conferring (be Sacred Sym bol on Archbishop Williams, of Boston. DISTINGUISHED PEOPLE IN ATTENDANCE. Exciting Scenes Amid the Flood of Humanity Present. SERMON BY BISHOP DE GOESBBIAND, History and Meaning of the Mantle of the Good Shepherd. The Papal Briefs and Credentials of the Envoys. ADDRESS BY CARDINAL M'CLOSKEY. BOSTON, May 2, 1876. T e consecration here to-day of the Right Rev erend JoUn Joseph Wiliiams aa Archbishop of Bos ton has been an evenc ol extraordinary interest and significance. Beslue Its particular Import ance in the history of Catholicism in New England, the circumstance has oeen one which baa at tracted tue attention of all sects and all classes of (he community, li the spacious and magnificent Cathedral haa been twenty times as large It would ptui have failed in accommodating one-half of those who were anxious lor an opportunity to witness the sacred and imposing cercmonies of bestowing the symbolical pallium, on the newly elected Archbishop. No gathering of such magnitude was ever witnessed on a Sabbath in Boston belore, and It is rarely that any event on a secular day has at tracted a larger concourse of people. The morning opened stormy and drizzly, but by the middle or the forenoon the sun was out in all its glory and the day thereaiter was of that clear and balmy nature which it was almost impossible to resist Although the services were not to commence uutli half-past ten, the crowds commenced to assemble around the cathedral as early as elicbt o'clock in the morning, it was arranged that abont 500 seats would be. reserved and the balance of the space given up to tne general multitude; hence the unusual anxiety to be early on the ground and secure admission as soon as the doors were thrown open. THE DISTINGUISHED ATTENDANTS. Of all the distinguished parties present of course Cardinal McCloskey and the Papal Commissioners were uio most conspicuous. Father Farley, secre tary to the Cardinal, was also present, and among others high in the Church who appeared were Bisbofi Lynch, of Charleston, S. C.; Bishop Ryan, of buffalo; Bishop McC?uado, of Rochester; Bishop Wadbams, of Ogdensburg; Bishop McNlerney, of AlDany; Bishop Loughlin, of Brooklyn; Bishop Mcuuaty, of Louisville; Bishop Relliy, of Spring Oela; Bishop-elect Healy, of Portland; Archbishop Bayiey, of Baltimore, and Arcnblshop Lynch, of Toronto. The priests present numbered hundreds and represented all parts of the country. Of State and local dignitaries present there were Oorernor Gaston and Mayor Cobb, and numerous others prominent in commercial aa well as political lif?? Harvard University was also well repmented, and Rev. Mr. Bale and ottier Protestant clergy men wero also present. EXCITING 8CKNK8. Toe scenes at ttie main entrance, where the gen eral throng was admitted, war* llrely and at tlmea daageroaa. Tne large force of police on duty fre quently found themselves powerless to check tbe flood or humanity wliion forced ite way into tne interior of ttie Cathedral. The women and chil dren m t&e crowd were badly oruahed ana roughiy Jostled, but no serious accidents are reported. It was less than bait an honr osiore tne spacious confines of tbe Cathedral were packed wttfe a aoild mass of humanity. From the moment the edifice waa 01.ed it was jet over an hoar be* for* the services were to commenoe, and daring this interval TOE COKDCCT OP T81 CROWD waa anything bat commendable. Between the space provided lor tbe general public and tbe re tarred teata tor Invited gueate, ttiere was a long rope stretched acroaa, and policemen were alao stationed along the line at tntervaie of a few feet. The orowd became restless, and la swaying to and iro broke tne line of separation, and im mediately made a ruan lor tnat part or the cathedral which waa reserved. Oreat confusion ensued, and the acene for a few momenta waa more becoming to a raoe course tban tbe aaored place in which It was enacted, ihe police and tbe ushers straggled desperately to force or keep tne crowd back, and at one time a general riot aeemed almoat certain. In the midst of tbe coniuslon one of tbe holy fathers, ot the "Irish giant" build, appeared irom behind the altar. Oe surveyed tue scene for a moment and evidently took m the situation at once. He came down tbe middle alale and imme diately threw hlmselt in tne midst ot ihe officers and tbo pressing crowd. Hi* appearance was as magical aa it waa timely, for when tie raised hla band and motioned quiet and obedience, oraer was restored almoxt instantly, lie gave the order to have the doora closed and no one admitted, and from that time until the ceremonies were concluded everything went along harmoniously and peacefully. TU* ArPIARAMCI Of TBI CATHkBIUl when tbua filled with aueft a vast conooarae 01 people was moat Imposing. Although not yet folly completed, It la still so far advanced aa to Indicate the general Impreaaiou it will hare when flaauy finished. It la or tne Eoguab Ootolo style, and in siae is second to no other in the country. The decorations lor tbe occasion to?day wars very lim* ltod, being oonfined simply to a white and gold canopy over the throne erected for Cardinal ucuaekey, the whole being sarroutded by a me d.avat cr jaa. TBI Kim promptly at halt-paat ten the service" wwrt commenced by tbe ubaerranoe of the Pontifical masa by Biahop McHleraey, of Albany, the oere? mouiea of which were of sa unusually solemn and Intereating character, and occupied upwards of an hoar and a half. m enxoK. Then followed an eloquent sermon br Right Rev. Bishop ooeabrland, of Burlington, VU, tfee aenlor Bishop of Mew England. He toot lor hta text the second verae 01 the eighty-third Psalm:?"How lovely are thy tabernaciea, o Lord of Hoita." Ha besan br saying, "Why has this raat aaaembly of distinguished persona been brought togetherf That it may witness the erection of a new eccle aiasileal province anu tbe oonterrlng of to* pal Hum on tbe Archblebop elect of Boston." He then went on to explain what the office of an arch bionop is, and gare the history and meaning of the pallium. it is tne symbol and mantle er tbe Good shep herd and tbe pledge oi Catholio aud Roman unity. On the morning of tbe sist of January, being the ie*si of Mt. Aunea the martyr, at a certain part of the mast two spotless iamoe were biooghi to tne alrar and solemnly blessed. Thess animals symbolise purity and from their wool la made the pactum of patriarchs, primates and arohbtabupa. Ti.e duty of overseeing tne making and the cus* tody ef ti.e paUium is confided to toe apoatolto sub deaoous, Who take oare mat tney snail be i..aoe of the purest wane wool. The men of tbe mouaatery of At. Agaes offer every tear two wnite litmus upon tae aiiaroi tnat churon, upon tue least of their saint, while the "Agnit* lies'* is bemg sung in the solemn mass. They ara men lakeu by two canons of St. ioun Latoraa ana by taem dwivered to tot A pent tolls SaB.ueacvMS, Whs sana them to pa* torea green Mil the time tor shearing. When ?born the wool la wrouirht into jMUiums. which are woven tnree Sogers wide and then united in a circle to go roaud the neck; having also a short piece hanging on the breast and at the back. Four crosses of black thread are then worked Into them, altar which they are considered fin ished. When made they are carried by the Apos tolic sub-deacons to St. Peter s, aiitl are placed by tne canons upon the tomb of the Apostle under the high altar on the eve of the feast and are left there through the night. They are tben blessed by the Pope and restored to the custody of the Apostolic sub-deacous. 'lhUisa faithful aud accurate account of ttie manner In which the pallium i* made, aud such is the elsboiato caie bestowed upon it ihat the can ons of the two ebfer churches oj the Laieran and Vatican and the Pope are all required to concur in It. TDK IMPORT OF THE PALLIUM signifies the fulness of the pastoral odlce, and It j la granted by tne Pope to patriarch*, primates and I archbishops, aod all such are bound, within three inouihs of their consecration, to supplicate the pallium from the Holy fee uuder iiam of depriva tion. Until tney have received the pallium they cauuot exercise greater Jurisdiction nor assume the title of archbishop. It becomes so much a part of the otllce that if the archbishop should die before the pallium designed for him is delivered to ium It is burned, and the asiies are poured luto the sacristum. When he dies It is buried with him, aud it be has two one la burled around his neck and tne other under his bead. It Is a jjtu irom at. Peter. It contaius aud conveys a participation in the fulness of tne pastoral ottlce. It is a personal pi ivllege invest ing the wearer with an incommunicable power which attaches sole y to himself. The preacher then gave the reason of the crea ; tion of this uew province, wnicu is lu oonse quencdof the Immense increase of Catholics within | the borders of New England, and contrasted the present prosperous condition of the Church In I New England with its meagre begluuing luo years ' ugo. lie next spoke in glowing terms of mm who was about to receive tne pallium; 01 his prudence, charity, wonderiul executive ability, and of all I tne qualities for which be is distinguished. Ue then alluded to the lustre added to the occasion by the presence of A CAKblN Al. ratNCK OF THE CHURCH aud or the leprcsemativea of the Holy bee and of the great number of bisuops who were present. | Ue coucluued by offering a lerveut p:ayer that the magnificent ceremony would be the oegiunlug and the promise of a uew aud more glorious j epoch in the History of the Church aud of thia couutry, and tuat thoso who witnessed the glory | of God's temple, so magnificently displayed on this occasion, in^hl all iiavo toe privilege of con templating and enjoying the greater glories of the Kingdom of Cod. The canon of tne mass then lollowed, and at the close of the communion service the pallium was laid upon the altar. The Cardinal in the meantime laid aside the cappa magna and put ou the alt) and patriarchal cloak, aud putting aside lila lerrclla and suostitutlng therefor a mitre. At the concla sum 01 the mass the next ceremony was the react ing of TUX THEEI PAPAL BRIEFS which were brought from Rome by Mgr. Roncettt, one of the Papal delegation. The Monseignor appeared before the Archbishop elect and j communicated to him, briefly, in Latin, the mission which had been confided to him by the Holy See, and concluded by putting Into his hand his credentials and the Papal orieli, by Tlrtae of which the new province is consti tuted aud the Arcnblsnop appointed. These were then read, first m Latin and then in English, by Rev. Sherwood Heaiey, paator oi Su. James' chorea, as follows i? THE ABLEGATE 3 authorization. lLLrSXHlSdlME AO UEVkllKNulddlMK DOUINE.? Reverenuua l?oaiinu? ceaar Koucettl, cub.cuiariua boLoria aaucussiml Duaiiui bustrl, atque oiiiomas liujua sacra Cougreganonia. AO legal us ad oB?jt cuuuBi lubrum oiretuui pro K. P. L?. ArcUiepiacopo iseo Kboraoeusi, qui a tteatUHlmo Fair* 1b aucrua CardiuaUum collegium coopiaius eat, reddet auf piuuuuii tua liitertu apomoiicas, qulou* saactiua i sua To Metropoutaui eccleelaitica proviucia super I ereota Dosioaieaaia ranuntiaro uiguatua <? ,u i Caa aicBBl accipiet ammtuuo tua folia lacuiuium. , qua tioi ao eadem sanctlutte aua conccaaaauBi, necuou sacrum pallium. lui?ieA Deum preoor at to Ola incouimea ger ; YAU Roma ax adiboa sacra Conrregatlonla da prop* agaada Bae, dta 10 a warm, is?5. Auiyatuuuiia tua uti iraiar uudiotuaimaa. ALlZaSuLU CAKDiJfe'ALiS i'fiLAM.ai, Praleetaa. JOAJi.NXs SiiULuN, aecretailua. TBAKU.ATIOX. I Most iLLtrBTBioui am? KBTtftrao Sih?Tte Revereod Caaar Koaceitl, Honorary cbamoenaia of tun lluljr *'?taer, aud aB official of our Sacred i coBgregation oi the Propagauou ut toe *'aito, sent aa Ablegate to presont tbe gcarlet Oerretta ? to uur Moat luveraud Pumer tbe Arcoouaop of New Voi t, cboaeu uy our Uoiy tatuer to be ui>e oi tbe saorea College or CerUiaaia, win deliver to Your urate tbe Apostolic letter* or wmcti ni? Hoii ! iieta deigua to declare job Me tropoiltau oi tae Bewij eieo au ecclesiastical province oi Boaton. At tue saiue time Vour Urace will raretve the sacred pa.iiuai aud tne lacaiuea grauted you by liu tlou i pray Ood lobg to preservo you in bbaUh. Given at Rome from tue t<uiuiaga or tne Sacred Congregation oi tue Paita, frarcn is, 187ft. Your Urace's moat aevoied brotlier, cardinal ALKXANDKU JtftANCHI, Prerect of taa Congregation of taa Propagation I or tae Jc'alto. Joum uimbom. secretary. WHY TUJK AJtcHOISUOPBIC IS CBBAT1IX PIU S PA I'A IX Ad rutoram rel memuriaui. Qnse Dal ecclesia perutlila lore vldeautar, ut a noota mature prica veutur, sumiui Pouiulcatus munu-., quod m ea 0UiBiU4 eapoatniat. iuui itaque reiatum ad aua ruerlt N#o fcooracensem irov.uciam to Pajeratla Slatibua tcciaal* America: Sepieutrionails laua nina pa.ere, atque ib aa tutu Catuolicoruin, turn fSpiacopaltaui Mtdiuui nuiuerum eo crev.sio ut in rem cnnatiaaam ?umuiopera iue.it, si euoem ProviDcia in auaa uivideretur, noa, adbibltu Veoeraoihtua tratribus Doeiu* ?aact? Kumana ecciealie CdrdlBalibua aetfoiila Propagaudte ^ldel pia-pomtis, memuratK Pro Tiuula; diTfioBem, aeduio atteoteque perpaudi inuv, mouque u oem ratiuuibua lu medium aa djctia, au cum .evenleatluin eziatimavimua. Qua cum ua aiut, de couauio uictorum Yeaeiabiitum Piittrum uoatru. uui auaota: eccieaias R maua: Cai* dioaliuui, nlace Mterla Neo-ibboruceaaem i-rovia cUm ib JrederatU aiatiOua Amencia oepceutnon uila ib duas, apoatou.a Boatra auctont^ie, p,u umir, quarum uua nornea reuneua hlccleaia^aca Provincial Neo-Kburac?uaia at uauc t*dem batteua pro tnatropou tccleala, Al* baBiuum, BrooKilBieniem, Haitaieaarm, Stwareeo ?rui. ogiieuuiirgcu-enj et Koilraiiem tunquata aunirgabaa* coiupieoutur i a.ier* vera earn par* tem compiecteua fsderatorum atatium America ^epteutrionalia an NuTa Auglia ? taiua qua uomiBAtur, nedeui ijustou^ euaem pru metropuli ac dla;oe?*a Uuruora* leatem, UuriiagtoueLnem. Portu&uciikem, ' UkUipifontla at PioviaantiauscQi ve.utl ?uuraguuea< coiaprcbeadAk Uao voiumu* ttntui* tana, euicimua, uecaineutea praacuica uu*uaa lit oi an Orm ?<, validaa at efllcace# aemper exiitera et lure, ?u.jq .a pieuarma ?t int?gru? i-fi'Ctna aor tiri et ooiiuara ao Uila ad quo ?pecut et p o tem pore quouauuolioet apectftoit iu <.iuniDua et i ur Uliiu u p.eaisa.me auffiagaai, at trritum e. IB.tBetl deem super uu * qu <quaui quaria aucturiiate aciautoa val iguor*Biee ooBtigarit Btiantara noa oonautioua quuieuiut opua au uoatra et eau> oallaria Aio? ?i.ca regula de jure quanto aon tuucudo uauadiou XIV. Ptadeceiaoru .Soatn re con. muuiorut* aapar dtviai'iBe aiaicriarum uiiuque Afouolicii, ao in aiilternuiiDu*, piovkbciolbuaiuo et aynouttliona Concluia edicua generauou^ \ei apecialiuBa con^tttiiuoaibua et urdiaatioBioua, ujataruqu* coatratUa qu.oua cunque. Datum Roma aoud Petrum aub annulo Piacatoria die XII. t'ebruaru MDcccLXXV. t'onuflcaiua noatn auno >iceaiuua bo.to. kRA>ClSCti cakDISALiS ASQC1NCS. TKA> KLAT1UI*. To Our Moat Kev. tamer. joum W ill iamb, Art b bUUop oi HOttuB ropa rira ix. Ia future momury ui tue event, Tho office of the Muveretiru pontiflc.u<', waicU ID the inn ran el Uod we exerciae, acuiaBda tuat tnoa* tunig* tnouid be don* bv u* ib good tiiae n-cioa aeem to be or ver/ gic.it udvantage to it. Stuc?. tuercfore, It naa been relaiau to ua that ibo province oi New York, in tbe United States ui Koit.i Auicrx*, 1.1 oi veiy <vide extant, aud tnat in u tue nuuio-r of Cutoo.ua and oi apt* copal aees una no fai ncreaaed iu.it it would oe to tue gteat advantage of tue CbriBtiaQ i-au-te if tbe a.me province were diwdei tutu two. hav ing called togetuar our Tttierabie oretmeB, tn? cardiua.i of taa lloi> Rwbiau Cnurcn pia. e? iu cnaige or tbe affaire oi tue prop.?gattoo oi tue lai.u, we nave unigeuu; anu attentively cob fiiierod tne diviaiou oi tae tbove aatuod prov.uco, aud. moved uv tue retauu brougut .orw.ud. w? uave .aaugut proper to cu.m- to It. i ti i bding t e caa?. wuu tuo udvice uT uttr tuid veB?ratue uietbruo, to* o?t .ma.4 or tne Uoijr RotB4Q Cu roil, uy tne^e .aiters, we, br our ap?? toi.c auuiority, utvioe :.e proviui* of New ?oig, ib tlia culted laiBtei of Nor .ti Auit iiua, luto two, one ot wnicli, re aluing tbe n%ine oi tbe eoctMf a?iit al ptoviuce oi New Y r* Bud l;?ving mat, >vie lor its uieti opona, wnl emorac* mo cuurcues ei Aib?u; U.OOKOTU, Baffglo, ,v?warg, Ugdenat>urg , BB i ttuchesHr as auffragans, wbe.eua tbe otaer. | BuBipriMBg ibat pari ei tkt Uuaea ataMa of | North America which is called"# "***** ? fon'^riua^VpnuJoHa and PMJlioe* M ?g liTcrtemg that our present tetters ara'anda.wraM H'^^i^a'^a^rSScAS issss uremiae* ma.? be attempted to ?ne couira y j unv 'jodv by whatsoever authority, Kuo? ... unltuowTn fy, notwUlialaudln*. ~ ? J-?\K neediul, our regulation and the regiula 5?T^wf33 i2SS=3?? tjiAD thK (iUUl) OF THE CHIKCU. VESKK.BlUlItA.Ut Jo ANN WII.UAMS, EPISCOrO, PAPX SONCS. Venerabllia fraier. saiuteiu et aposiollcantt dlctioueiu. Kx uac Boausnuii Petri catneura au? 11... ? veluu ex. *pecu?& ototiuiiuiu laie or belli cip cuius I) tclea t<** ?'? pniwriuii Doininici gr?*U ipirtod ocutos uieiiteujque nostiatu iiitoud.iuua !iuu uu hoc Catno.icu- roitgonts cnitro, r.euiiruuuu tractitiua, sejuuguuiar, ai ?1 9U'~ novefiuiw apiriiuuii ipajruni "uimtnl ?>?uj urubUL-re ft lelK'lter evouturuan iliu?t maturs S.MMiotica uoB-.ra uuctoriiuto prieataiuua. cum ! SSS? ca?ri ?l uoimui* bonuui Pj.?ular? vidiratur ut u Fut-deratu Matil.ua America) ?ep tenuionalLs divlaa hcclcsiiumeu Froviucia, Neo> i oJraceuM.'nova exin-ie eilurmareiur Pruviutia, nus iidUiblus veueraoilibui iratrioui uoatrbi baa'cUr Kccle?i? UowauiL* carrtinaUDUH, iroDuiraudai Fidet priuitosius per apostoiicaa i mK Uflo "?? lonuft datas etaemo.* t j hi l'L'oviimaiu Neo-kbot acensen pai titl burnu.1, et uuvam Froviuciam ita erexuuu u>. pio metropoli uabercs tuaiu latum tCoie?iuU Uostnieuaeiu dioce*es uartiordluubem, bui.lujT : toueus m. Portlaudeuaem, t.'aiupiiouiis et Piovfc tleu ivuseiu lauquaiii huilraaania* couinleciei?"lA ; ouffl cu"na "Tu" te VeuetauOia t rater, qui Bo* lonienni uu Ecclesiie i-piscopu-> prices, ^e eoru'tj' ueiu Venerautlium Kratruiu uostroruin coucllij auLtoriiate nostra apoetonca meiropolitani novas tuiS"',* ?i? "X??p"5 nssa uue luipertimttf quae Metro poll tar uui suut pio una ijou oiintatitluuj apostolicU, uc m uu veraal lbua'proviDCialiousque et synodailbus >*'i11111w v?'i sDecittiibui eouaututionu'urf el oiuiri?i? tiouiuu'i uecuou quaiiiuus opus me illius Uosiout. I sssassrtssr ?eirum sub anuulo Ftscatoii.-t die l- .ebiu.nu, 1876. MUCOCLAiV. 1'oatiUcatu^ Dostri anuo r_ cestmua tiuuo. ^ ?AttDISALlS ASQClNCS. tbanslation. To our venerable Brother, Joiik B.bUop oi boatou. PIUS IX., I'OPK. _ ? Venkhablk BiioiUKit?Healtu .Rnr^f beuediction. From tbii eievateu chair of bUrcie' oi)-,eiviuu as iruui it watoutower tae > lirl.sliaO world ou every aide, we tun. our eyei and out- at teuuou to tuose portiond oi tlie Lord .s Qoolt wolcB ttre separated by va.u. aist.iucea ol sea and laud irom tula ceutre 01 tue cutuoiio reiiition, aud 11 we kuow uuytuiUK tuat wouid bnujt_ aoout tlie welfare, pro-periiy and liappiueas oi their spntt uaI novcrunteui, that in aood lime.,^*?fu'(?1 i vuiie auiUoiity we comer, blnce, tneref re, vue good 01 the catholic caus- ?J*'" l? llferiok a nelr iti the tutted States of >> rtu Atuerica a ne r urovince auould be loitned by tue ui\ia?ou of tua rrovibce ol Neiv Vork. w^. Uavlug called . lokteilier our veneraole brotuera tue carai? I n^ wli. are charged wuu the affair- ol the Drot>a?atiou of the faitli, we have j apostolic loiters Riveu la this aeiraame f?r'u. divided the aboveuamed pr?*'n?e ^?wh?"r"j and n e so erected a new proMUca tuat naviua your cuur:h of liostou as a win embrace the dtoceaea ol llartio.d, uunio< tun, l ortuud. hpriugtteid audJ"roJ'a?uo? " lrjitfunA hucu bt-iutf tiie cadc, wc, oy our apo? tobc utthonty. by the advice of our same \eua ruble brethieu. do by these Veuernbie brothur, who pre?ide over e ^"r^ oi Bostun as oishop, to o? tne Metropolitan this new province, wuictt we nave named, and io von we trraiu aud give you all and each oi tu? JVata aud prwVle.es wnico belong to uietropoll tin? norwiihsiaudiug auy ?pastoac statutea aud ^ iaB . ASo A made in general. proviQ clal and ayuouicai aas.mbUea; alao aa wr as ta. tiivii oi liGiiou li coaceruea, ail itatuiei, cus? tomt mej be itrengtucned bj oatQ, *poa voUca 1 co "^rmauon or auy other ratification, or anything else whatsoever. _ ,h om? oi Jiven at Home, at St. Peter a, under the Ri^aa ol twanty-nintn. pnAW,.ia c^hjjujaL aSQCJNI CONFKHH1SO Ml PALLICK. Immediate y thereaiter toe Arcublahop elect vested m full pontificals, which h# had pat om alter the maaa, on nu bended knee too* the cu? tomary oath or omse. lh# Cardinal then too* from tae altar the paUiu/n, puoed ttter# after tM communion, and placed u on tne ahoulderi c 1 tn? Arohblauop elect, with ?n addreaj m Laun, or wbich the following la the trauaiatioa> adobks* op tub cahdimal. To the houor oi Almlguty Ood aud the Blaue? varr i-ver VlrulQ the holy Apostle#, bS. leter aud Fauf? of our mait#r Pope FUU LX.. of tae Boiy Koman Churca and of the cauron of Boston, com muted to tny charge, we deliver to thee tu? jxU ; um talceu irom tue hofly of bt. Peter, in *hich ta ue plenitude of the Poutiflcai offico, wltn tlie U"ie tiT? arcnieDWCOpal name, thai you may n?e ll witnln your Couron on oertain days which are ex* pre.-ted in the privileges granted oy toe Holy bea. At toe conolasion of the addrosa toe Axcobl?hoi>. invested with the pallium, ascended the altar and gave in solemn tonea. tne Ponrflcial benediction. The mualc moldenul to the coneeciatton cer#. monies was qalte elaborate, and waa rendered la a mast excellent manner. nil axaucisES to-dat. At one o'clock to-morrow a banquet will b? given in the baaement of the Cathedral by tug resiaent clergy oi thia city to ue Archbishop and the Papal ambaaaadora. At the banquet ad> dreaaes wlU be preaented to tne cardinal, to Mgr. Eoncettl, to Arohbiahop WlUtanW ana to BUhop Healy. A gold croei win also be prasented to Arcbbiahop tarns la the evening the dlstlngnished pertonages will be the gaests of the ^??uoUd Colon of Boston. A reception will be given la tn? hall of the Boston uoliege. The meast>ers of tn? Colon will attend in lull dresa; alao the clergy and invited gueata to the numbsr of uoo. Tha Foater Cadeia of Boston Oo.iege wlU be m atteudance. There will be a chorua of aetenty voices, with an orcheetra. The exerctaea wiU begin with a chorua of weieome; then win follow an ad drees to tae Cardinal by U. L. Hicharoa, president of the Cnloa, a Latin hymn by tna cnorua, response oy tue Cardinal, alngiug ofthd ??Star-Spangled Banner" by the chonu; addreaa to Mgr. Ronoetti In French, or W. S. PeUetien secretary of the Union: nalielnjah chorua, by Han dei; reaponse by Mgr. Honcet,L Tie exerei*. will close with the sloglag oi the ?Te Deua. Alter the reception tne putty will be entertained by tne reverend President of tno eouege. ifcd Cardinal's party wui leave tea city on Tneedaf morning. BEATEN WITH A BOTTLE. Officer Ryan, or tne Fourth precinct, will# patroiltn* hi? beat yenterday noon, was informed tuai a womttu waa lying ta tat liquor atore Mo. 1 Rooaevelt atreet, bleeding profaeeiy irom wounds m tiia bead, tnterlna tne place the poltcamaa lound Amanda nVrrali, an alleged laird worn so. ?tretcoed on tho floor, bar cloitung nit saturated wit a blood, whlcb waa flowing from tnree ac.ilp wound" la tba bead, lite barkeeper, William J. Creainuo. waa lu tue atora at tbo lime, oouaidera bi? miliar tbo Influence of liquor, wueu luterro galea aa to tue circurcutancea lie ataed mat at at>out aix o'uiock m?> same morn urn tue ?unun wnite intoxicated, fell into tue cellar, and tie *uppos?<l tier wounoa? which no nad not considered aerioua, were the ro? (?ult hi toe lull. Tne injured woman, who nad eri di-ntiy oeeu ilrlnkiDK, aiated that a relative name# Tnontja Farrell hua, eome hour* previoue, airuod her i vor tne lieai with a heavy t.utile, inflicriug ti.e ininnea. out ?he reiuaa.t to glte pnruomar% Mie tinou 10 tbe Pain iiapaal, wnero he? wuunua wtro proooanoeu or n annuoroua nature. 1'atrica Uu*ua, tbe proprietor of the etore. aud Creamtaa. tue oarneeper. were arre*te<l nud looked uu on >uaptcion. Fatten, tbe aueged aaeaiiaak escaped. SUPPOSED ARSON, At hall-put eight o'clock laat ntgbt flro waa it* coveted in a partition wn;l on me top Ui or ol tue lour atorj tenement Mo. its Mott atreet, wbioi wna toon exMnguiahad, witb but align! iiastga. It waa aiterwara dutooveied that tbe door bad bean thoroughly aaturated wi:u aeroacM oik Oiidget Montana, who Uvea in the aparttnonta wriers ibo fire took pluce, w.* arreted ny captain Allaire, of tbe ioaneentu j-reciiict, on ?u<?piclou o: araon. Keterai oihar leuanta who ave in in* tamo i.outa ?uy that lura. MeJuana baa iMpaaieui/ tuieaiwued to oufndowa tbe uu..4 nu. ou aucount or aome diaa*i eminent bciw*?? bar ami ina owner. A?ietani Fire Maratmi Ju?> j ham waa Minted ta Bake an lavaaUgation.