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the ourred on uti,': im
m o r oth rs. Corcoran, rushed it
her fortu d into the establishmeni
of Dr. Holmes, but iedi~cal skill was mpna
On a late moirning, some perso
the of8ae of Mr. Peter Aungier, ( n
COy ,)-Jth' New.Cattle Make Ci
.calar. n h ed, ecarried o e cash-box
whish con ,.it is sti , about £20. TIhe
parties wi the ofdlee were a
Ueeys meansn a false kd d A .entla
off as Coreyan had it prnented t Kei
ney, who wa severely-wounded-KeMarney
was sent immediately to the hospital, and
itis-thoht he w~ i~orer. Corcoran was
-b t efore . yaJ.P.rbutwasim
me ir ite car-d sf tro m-coustody
A gentman namTa~ hn O'Dowd, aged
a guety thougt--roaesor of langu=
geu, lately g at 28 Mulgrave stre-et
- died on --tih eIH .ultame ,er come hounrsl
Siliness, from an adttk of apoplexy.
Recently, man named Bernard Walsh,
described as a groom, wasicharged at
Chancery lane police stion with !niving
stabbed a man namrned 1) iel Ryan in the
abdomen with a knife at Hi etreet, Dub
lin. It appeared that the priser hiad some
Iltercatiou with ryati, and iiided him
desperately. Ryan was forthwith\carried
tolercer's H1ospital. \
A large ridck of oats, the property of Ms.
Flood, of Inchicore, was recetly destroyer
Gooegni Evans, Esq., Portrane, Donabate,
Swords, has been appointed high sheriffofe
the county, and Edward-Il. Kieahau,-Esq.,
II Merrion square, Nbrth high sheriff' of
the city of Dubliin, for thopresent year.
Thie Dublin rishman says: Information
-twabnted of William Skelly. When lasit
heIds f, about eighteen years ago, he was
in London, bift h a sin'ce emigrated- t'
Am rica. Any infoiikati n concerninghimn
will be thankiully- received by his brother,
James Skelly, 77 Bride street.
Information iii i wanted of John But
ler. When last heard of, in the year 1853,
was in the Worcester iron Works, Masas
chusetts, U. S. oity information of him
will be thankfully- received by his seter,
- Julia Butler, 33 Bride street.
WiHeklow.-The furze and heath on Bray
head'recently had a ntltrrow escape of being
destroyed by fire; in consequence of a tar
barrel which had been set tire to, in honor
d4Lr -Brabazedn's marriage, having been
scattered by mischievous persbns, and
setting fire to, the heather. -
Robert F. Ellis, Esq., Sea Park, has been
appointed high sheriffo of tho.iounty Wick
low for the present year. ,
George Posnet, Esq., agent to Lord Pow
erecourt, in about being presented by the
tenantry of that peer with a massive set-of
silver. On the principal articles of the ser
vice the following inscription is engraved:
" Presented by the tenantry of the Poweas
courtestate in the counties of Wicklow,
Tyrone, Wexford, and Dublin to George
Posnot, Es.q., J. I., agent to Viscount Pow
erscourt, :s.- a tokiri of their regard .and
. - esteentr, Jo u b, ititiSc."
m W-exford.--l The Wexfomrdr People has the
tifollowing: li d- in Wexford on tle -east
Iris age, toe Isev. John Rickard, tLte pastow
f .eCurshen, towi . b is i funeral otbseq uies
were celebrat c 1 on Wednesday, January 8,
in the Church of the Inlemaculate Concep
tion, owe street, the t Lord Bishop of
Ferns, the Right Rtag..Dr. Fulang, proe
siding; celebrant, Rev. C. Reville, O. S. F.;
deaeontt-eve-dimeatyatr G-. C., W-oxford1
sub-deacon, Rev. Francis M. Marshall, U.
. 1 TeVxford; inmtlrt' of ceremonies, hev,
John M~eic, C. C., We.folrd. Chanters
lRev. W. Murphy P. P., Cushenstown, andti
S tevyfr. Cogan, O. S.F., Wexford.
Arthur %V.G. Guianeses, Esq., Valentia,
Camolilr, has ieen appointed high sheriff ol
t the county W ford for the present. year.
' "ilkecnhy.-In tile Landed eralstes Court,
Dublin, the following; eas the estate of Elizp
Pope, wes recently cold : The lands of B~ -
"--- tybrhail, situate le : theD.ty of Waterford
held ýi y, conta n' g 260 acres,
and r ducIn, hnet rental of £9P2, sold to
M-s r. ii. Nerlwicth, in trust, ati £6t0.. "
- Thoanles E-re, Rs., of Uppercourt, esh
foJ, has lPn appointed h Cgh shcritf or the
count3, ahud .hohn . Htylaud, Esq., of Clon
anoruan, high lherif of te srcity of Kilkhnny
for tile pruty' it y opr.
The Journal congratulhtets Mr. Vim.
O'Donnell oin Iris accession to the may
t- lbtrasl stMte ........... h , and sayw-thaj
the polplar nthuiasnm which w23m0ani
fested 4uring, his inumguration was but a
just and ornKinmous endorsement of the
-u-- lblic confidere in rhims as antenergetic
and upright ehief magistrate.
The name of Dani, t eirr g;C'rin, J am
green, lillennyr, chopfhepere.oa ap seh-red
in tle insolve\'nc·y list.
o'nrkt,.--Wil(tni. i)clykeaft, Esq., of Rlns
Acllstown park, rcccntly dlrcd of heart dis
Robert Westhy Ilall-Dlare, E.q., of New
townarran , ha. ten appount d hgh hi eriin"
of the ot frthe rr,'ent y,'r'.
Th Ilrc.---At a late Ieting of thie rloard
Mjaor d-tsra\ s in th tirr. Joh
Keirne, of ipular atuas awointchw schoon
lastedr dr a ingh hi --in 8 lur an nais ith
anuprgmen ts' mdTrntians.
SJoIln'me aunell, E.;.. iaklym Park, Cel
Sou"r.:L..I ti-, .-. •b_ ' igh sheriff f
On Monday, ja . l., s coW, thero
erty of Miss Lpo ,-Thormaawa -
Kildare, produc t4wo :fine calves. - th
month sf March, 1867, the cow ha
other pair-of twine, so this rdinas
Animal -tia four calves -ten-month
Swhole family are rted alive an
King's Couat - Com
Fox. I. N., aghmore, Tull more, hi
been appo' _igh aherifo he-prese
year. -- - -
8 Germains, tarlington P Ias'be
pointed hig eriff for te present yea
eath. I John DillonJ art. Liamul
len, Navan, has been appoin~ hrgh" sheri
for the present year. - r
Westms~tt.t-Hugh Morgan nTuite, Esq
of 8oina, has' appointed Charles W. Le
vinge, Esq., J; P., of Levington Park, aeri
to his lare estates in the-countiesof We
meath, Kand Longford..
has been appointed high f of -h
coinity for the _preselt'u-. -:
ofiafoe.--a- ae ayglr orre.spone-
of the~e say or J-·ohn w haa, ho wa
ford for tampering with Her ifsijesty
twenty-eiýith regiment of foot, wa- trani
rred Muner an eseort to Dublin from tl
ordjail- under -a -warrant from.-th
A very struetive re 9týt
Wedn esday iilit, January 15. ai the rest
dence of a widow nam:i7.-i~-Christy
near- Carrickglass. Her' dwelling house
furniture and two out offices were totall
consumed, fogetherrsite five vluablemilt
cows, one or two pigs, a numiber of .fowl
and- considerable quantity-of flax, pots
toes, and other farm produce. The eweh
estimates her lossataboot £3000.
Wii TWmiiuoleey, EsthiCa-es-cni
Castldbellipgham, has been appointt d Ligl
sheriff.of Loath county for the presen
Patrick Ternan, Esq., of Laurence streel
Grogheda, has been appointed its big]
sheriff for the present year.
Te Irish Times of the 20th. ult., says
The Lord Chancellor has directed the pam
of MDr. )aniel O'Sullivan, of Cork, to b
removed from the list of magistrates- ft
that county. The necessary writ was issues
oa Saturday. Mr. O'Sullivan rendered him
solf conspicuous by prominently subscribin
to a fund for-the relatives of the prisoner
who were 'executed at Manchester, and sub
secquentl wrote a letter avowing opinion
which the Iord Chancellor considted in
compijatible *- his holding her Majesty,
commission of-tho peace. The writ o
supersedeas was th retor issued on Satur
day. We nderst. d -that four othe
magistrates who joine iu the subscriptio
have been eiled on to ste whether the
did so actcuated by the same opinions a
Mr. O'Sullivan, and whether 'ey share i
the expressions which that guenuleman ha
'On the evening of the 1 t ;~ o
steamship Chicago, on her voyage ."ro
New York, went ashore at Guileen Ba
near Roache'- Pointy while endeavoringt
enter Cork harbor in a fog. The crew anr
passengers were all saved,.but the yveas
could not be got oft and at latest report
was going to pieces. The Eramiiaer say
that th& veasel, though indirectly, is an
other victim to the abence of a prope
light on Daunt's Rock.
The funeral of Mrs. Baldwin O'Sulliva
Bere, of Clohina House, took place on thl
0th nlt.,-and was very largely attended
At the religious ceremonies there wer
priests from three dioceses-T-Cloyne, Cord
On the 10th ult., at Fermoy,- a privat
magisterial inquiry was held into the cas
of three men named Jolm Kelleher, Edmun
.Flynn, and Jolhm, Baker, arrested at hitch
elstown, ifi consequence Of a-docnmen
found on the person of another man nime
Kiely, previously arrested in Cork. Kelle
her was allowed out on bail, himself in £4U
and two sureties of £20 each; and Flyn
and Baker were released on their presen
sureties of £50 each, and two £25 suretie,
Others of the prisoners arrested at the Samn
time as the three 'mentioned, and for th
same reason, had been previously adnmitte
FRENCH CARDINAL.S.-The elevatic. o
Monsignor Darboy, Archbishop -of Pa'i
to the l:oman Purple is a favor bestowe
at the request of the Emperor; butthe ad
maission of Monsignor Bonaparte Iqto th
*red College is a compliment caesbres
upon the Imperial family at the Pope pvr
prio motHe. The new French Cardinal is reo
partively a young man, having been born i
1d13. He hadh been Vicar-.eneral to hi
illustrious pitilecessor in the Metropolitai
See, Cardinal Morlot, through whosp infin
enco we believe-it -ws that he was create
Bishop of Nancy .&Fal ,:-Welhat e reatso
to believe that the red hat riieT sough
for his Grae a sch eaflier perio ,--bu
he bad not htam sri ef that Itiilhtio
to th -olft- tha ceSsal t powa
tothich he so uaeqgivoelll proclaimed
nthe late deate in thbe Senate upon the Ho
man question. It is id that by the desir
Lf that'faithful and ab servant of the liol
cFather. iMonaignor ('hiir, the Nuncrio a
Paris two other French pirelates are to b
ientuii in- Purple, and that the FreneP
(lovernmuept have proposed for this higi
hlonor two most acceptable ecclesiastic,
namely, the" venerable Archbishop of Cam
-rai, Mgr. Regi£jer, who has held the epis
cop cl diguity for upwards ofa quarter of
ce·.ntury, -and Mgr. Landriot, recently-ap
pointcd;l Arclhbishop of Rennes, who -ha
I-eeli eleven years a bishop. The Frenci
bislopl, wlwho, at pi-esent, are members o
the Sacred Collcg- are U'ardinals dtie lonald
BIiliet, Douuet, Mathieu, and Dle.lBonne
choase, of whom thi. twvo litst arm u lward
of uigblfy;gW of b.- -J)id I.---ist- .
The Board of Bchool lirectors of this eit
reisit thle reduction of thle school fuindlfro
$430,O0 to $i4o,0o00ot Application is matalin
th'e tirst iuco to the mayor, anld in the event
of failure on his part to ttake decided iaction,
thch an appeal is to be made to Gcn. Hanmoce
to it, -....o his suthority.
SIRev. James C. Mo S. J. r oly res
1 Collego, Maa.n the ear of hi age.
SWe re et to b to record the totaldestru
I tionsof betildings of St. Xavier's Academy.,
dj ner; afro P. -s
The Re. P. A. Ngent, pastor of the Church
ill ofMansyunk, Pa., recelvedfrom his parishionems
la a testimonial gift of$1170.
at On the 2d inst. the Rt. Rev. Bishop Elder ad
dresiied _the-C l- congregation of Phils
1", delphia,-inbehlf ra oces.-
m Thaeclored Catholips of Pensaco
held an entertainment for an asylum. Notwithl
if standingthe hard times $150 were realized.
The Meat Rev. Archbishop of Cincinnati ad
* mitted to the holy habit of religlon ten novices
of the community of the Franeiscan Siatirs of
S-the Poor. - " "
t he Montreal Thie Witness says that Monalg
nemr the Bih of- Byacl~ thi e conferredL.
order- of_ __]_hood on theh
Is B/nedud on the 19th ult. - tn th siame ui the
SRev. Messm. Blanehard and 5ieb s
order of Deacon.
s Bisop Bs ocese of Newark, ad
Sthe Ch ot;BtiPaul, Princeton, de one hen
d,g tvin a mostin at ee nofh Le
Srecent tour romgh Paeiia.
-The Paomii ý-Fsithi.Tlioms. Timoe
thy, closed a vary m esful mission -in
arch ofSt. Vincent de Pa4i Cevqlaltdlately.
F thtiii. the new d
Paul was orowded to its utmost capacity with
l a-moss tatettptve congregation of Catholies and
iz No less than seven young ladies were cess
L-- edonethel3dast.e PreueataItonCovaa,_
SSan Francledo, California, by the Most Rev.
Archbishop Alemeny. live ofr S pottuants
wo..enw arrived in California, having ae
compadied the Rev. Mother on her return from
Ireland a few months ago, the other two iere
I residents of SaFrancisco
At the Convent of Mercy, Manchester, N. H.,
on Monday; the 13th inst., Miss Annie Tighe, in
religion Sister Mary Jiliana, received the white
veal and habit of the order of Mercy from the
hands of Bishop Bacon. On the 14th, Miss Ma
1 ry Francis Wheeler, in religion sister Mary
I. de Sales, and Miss Blandina Clifford, in reli
gioln Sister Mary Blandina, received the black
) veil from the same prelate.
. Tl. Rev. James- Gibbons, Secretary of the
9Archbishop of Baltimore, presented a report
Sthe Maryland Legisleature, lately, containing a
list of Catholic schools and the number of chel
dren attending them. This was done at the
ts instance of the Legislature itself. The aver
1- age attendance in 1o67 ae,7 089. Theoreport is
'a contined to schools iteinded for the poor--ex
cf eluding trosaeof higher grade.
r The Oblate Fathers from Montreal have been
Sgiving a mission in Burlington,Venont lately.
SOn the 19th, Rt. Rev. Bishop de ioeairiiid ad
y ministered the Sacrament of Confirmation to
i s250 persons in St. Joseph's Church, where the
in mission was held. In the Catholic congrega.
e tion at Fairfield, of which the Rev. Father CaiE
Ssyis pastor, there were durin the year, 1867,
n the Cathedral congregation, Burlingtn, duin
m the past year, nnder the pastoral care of v.
the Jerome ad MecCauley, the number of
f ptr-ssa , mWai ages 0i, t5-i0ar-f-r70o;-
id s gratfying to see from week to week the
el rp of our most hb religion in the
t - i. & ae frnothN. W. Chronisle.that
rF the good of St. Joseph have established
a. aconvent. Mendota, Dakot county, Minn.
The establiahm t is Inownea the Convent of
the Immaculate ' ception. The ster com
menced teaching ieliool in the early part of
a January; about 150 children were. in attend
0e ance. The girls are taught in the convent-for
1. the boys a very spaeioo id beautiful build
re ing, once used as a Protestintchurch, has been
p, purchased. - -
be The Paris correspondent of the Irishman
The ordinary journals . still" keep corn
t imentingolf the Fenian developments. TIWU'
,d tone is that of ill-concealed coitempt for
e. English fears. "John Bull pooh-poohed
0, Fenianism not long since, said it was noth
1u ing; but mark what gigantic preparations
it he makes, as we learn by every telegram, to
a. put down this thing of nothing." Such is
10 the language "o" these vexatious publicists.
fe I understand the students of TParis and the
d Pplish exiledl-here also are prepa'ing ad
dresses of qpmpathy to Ireland. By the
way, tat address of the Democrats, pub
lished by you a fortnight ago, bore some
Sighly .fluetiianu ics. 'Aolain is the
most important, and.one of thepuost intel
ligent workmen we have, and at one time
stood a chaace of being 'scn to the Corps
e Legislatif instead of 'l'Tiers.
A numiber of Irish recruits for the Papal
army passed through this week on their way
to their destination. Amongst them was a
n MIr. M'Kenna, formedlq ofiicer in the Aue
Stirian service, and a &ta lo6king youth
u named CýŽ,y-br~therh o the companion in
captivity -of CoIone It is not in
tended to have-a distiuet ye orps in
the service, at least in Wt - t sir
atane and th a vl 't probab y
on the - the FaPo-Belgian
t l to i command of
of Dublin, or
a Capite-~ryar ,y n time, if I mistake
nota--eccleaiast i dent at Louvain.
e A parigrai-Eh went the roundsttl that the
SPope was about to have a llighliid
Spanry arrayed in "the garb of old Gae -'
h number of volunteers for his army having
h arrived from Cilasgow. Now, unfortunate
ly for the credit of this story, Glasgow is in
Sthe..lowlands, aid most of these lowland
Scotch spoke with a decidedly musical Mun
a ster h.ogue. Still if they choose to wear
the kilt tihey have a perfect right to, for it
was an ancient Celtic costume, only let not
SGreat British tourists who may be "doing!"
the Eternal City, confound lat with SauLdy
Iand ask a boy from Macroom time latest
news from Inverness. I once knew a cer
maiI store famous fir its pl:ad.d a~ weedk in
a townil in the heart of Tipperary, over
whicif "the Scotch House" was paintedin
glaring letters; but that did not prevent
the owner from being a respectable Galway
Sman. Whet-you-hear of men taking arms
if-A-servico where pay is slender and pro
motion remote, the presumptionia safe that
they do not come from cannie Scotland.
SWith the greatest respect for that country
Sits military chivalry is a thing I do not be
;:,,ve, in at this time of day.
be self4uppo$n forgetting'that their most
Stender hannrm wstnafest armonur lay in their
helplesstn m.Wis ema olo embracsall the
ates and hQft duties of J =unt, y r
trueafreside. Physically un
umr ~ee } clac m which tea man must
ibe utte .ahwho disregard . The highest
tlst of ii the der e paid to wo
man. The are like the be utiful-vines of the
South, win around the rugged forest trees
and clothin ~ ith besntp but let them
attempt li d ni lisjpport, asid-th-e
will soon trail along the ounad in trampledo
immaturity. While woman depends on man for
hing, man'seneroty leadshlm to think
that-_ d qeough to discharge the
delicious an dblgaions.-Jers-Da -
Tan PANe.-H Paul Du Chaillu,
gliverd in New York last week says:-
'traveling in eguatolis l 04 i w 'abowt
-2fm0 eeojett-he fell in with atribe
of Pas or cannibals. They were armed to the
teeth, and wrge human s.aus as anete. ro
is raoctice3 mon th but they sm
to WI vesan wen
dead cook and. eat them. He several
months witht- d ed g
There were flv po however
who Jnein the me
toughe boiled iS one~ ttelve heur. but
he met hirteethithroesgft, sod boil0
it -twelve ho and r ewas then ale to
ih.ulthirq vanertein P-Tea' mad rsL
ire Ini squatre- aout the sie of a
-t-h hied A wemsag i aIilewied i
.o these p her tme-a man can
i'ne as many s ix o t. He hail several
offer of ral and chief tonvoid
ji~ey-wMt td the marry
eable_.oman of the tribeinm about
AtmxacA BIoo-BUYans in ENGLxt.-The
following is from the I,,ondoh corrpod ent of
'-Te Iook-Buyer:-" Though fewer4Atma usual of
Ithenemlfer of wU-- t -iscalle&"- heTira e"
have been eel in Europe this year front the
United States, their absence has been well
atoneifor by thenumlr of-riate book-byers
who are daily encountered hit h ordinary places
of litera resort. Indeed, when the bootk-el
lers meet, ind casually disenss the state of
businep-"'Ahy Americans about?" or "Many
Americans in town?" no the first remarks
that pass, between them. A week or two since
any one snaking the round of a few prominent
book-sellers, might have seen, at one an ex-gov
ernor of the Keystonie State busy in making.a
c Doic seleetion of standard literature; a little
f rtheron a .iunciuati nlereli-nt (lately reti
red hoiim business) would be encountered, revel
ing inthe parchase of the most expensive and
ecstly book varietit that-mnoney can purchase,
while near by the representative of the- firm
whose namneis most widely s'sociated with thlie
ri movements of the modern press is picking
up some of its rarer -early products--choice old
copies of the Elizabethau. dramatists orproof
impressions of the rarest specimens of graphic
art. A member of the. Rev. Bench of Bishops is
a natural-feature in the scene, in connection
with the present Episcopal gatheriing from the
-uttermost ends'of earth; and the picture'laijy
be filed up with pgson of almost every varie
to e m al, io-i, aw
th litorsr accumulattdin London, and
now in process of distribution to -country- never,.
dreamed of by their authors. There is no breach
cinfidence niI- stating, what is generally
known to all interested in the commerce of
kS, that upward of one hundred thousand
dollrs worth of the iMeas and rarest book, of
the worldrgath.erd from every part ofErop,
are now on their way to a Western state, d.
tined; probably, to form the nucleus of a pub
lie library for thonext generation, and certainly
never to appear again exposed to the vicissi
tudes of trade:"
A RoAr,D STras t.-One object of interest-has
been occasionally travelling on the roads about
Leith and Edinburg for a few weeks past which.
I conjecture will contionuih be an object of his
torical interest for the'time I have bmentioned.
It was what is called "a road steamer," a ma
chine like a small railwa engine set upon
three *heels, one ip front and two behind the
iddle-a matlhine weighing about flve tons,
c ablofo4rawing sixty tons at a slow pace on
a g road, of. going over the roughest road
-amni- c biug the steepest, and of traveling
over plo lied land or the like-with the meet
perfect ease. It was the intention of Dr. It H.
Thomson C. of Elinburg, the iniventor of a
system o floatin lock; of the stoeam winch, a
curious and most e tire rotary engine whic h
was exhibited at there t Paris Exhibition and
attracted much attenti there; and of various
other ingenioas uices of hansm. The pecu
liarity ot the n w r steams e that its three
wheels are cov with large t or hooae of
indi-rubber t five inches th --andtwo
feet broad, be the larest casting india
rubbeir ever m ad coating each -hrit 50 or
£60. These india rubber tires take hold o e
ground like an -elephant's foot. They spr
over hollyws, and stones and other olustructions
akinto their elastic embrace. In short, they
solve the problem of road steamers completely,
as alse of steamersto go over soft, rough ground,
and it is impossible to anticipate all the uses
the new-tires may be put to iuthe pursuits' of
agriculture, or it may be in the operations of
war. It has peenJ ~gestedThat these -india
rubber tire will soon wear, but those which
have been -used in the experiments hitherto
have scarcely sustained a scratch, although
h have gone over rough metaled roads at
v atTee-of speed, ofteon much faster than
-th legal _- four. -miles alliour. The only
etoe ion as.- one of them
- are enily toget . - new
rod ste$at aintended to draw an omusa
in the island of Java, whele its inventor for
several years resided, and it is now shipped, or
about to be shipled, for its destination. 1
~ aie, however, it will soon have one or.more
nesdore.-Edinburgh Corrspondcsics of the 2I~
CLOTHING NlEtUIRiN HING GOODS.
CITY MONEY AT PAR.
SClothing Shirt, Furnihing Goods, Shawls, Truns,
,etc., at reduced prices. We Ore" determipeid tg ee
our stock. We arve again reduced our prices W e are
taking all denonmiatious of city monc- at par. Call and.
examine. GARTLt'VAITE, LI".V1l & ST''UART,
ft9 Inm 31 asd r3. Camp street.
RHOMAS C. PAYAN,
WIIOLL.ALR A.:1) rTAr,u
CLOT III G STORE,
No. O Canal street, bwtrecn Camp nudl Stae.-ine.
'fel 3m "ow Orleans.
ENRY UTIIOFF, FURNITURE DREtEER , No.
155 Camp streot, amo old stand, opposti St. Pat.
Keep. oonstantlj on handa good asortment of Bed
t *Bd MGasse, Lrrmolr. Tables Taul `. (kin.
Lookig Glames, etc. rnlture takc::
CHARTER OAK A00 ING STOerDa -
THU BST 2INSE.
I Gnu, MIIDAL AWARDRD 75m1 870V AT IOr UIEUaA SA B
P--Fan o0 186. -
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89 and St Camp sad 51 -]agests street. .
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OPE INSU'RANCE COM1P'Y OF NEW
Hy. Peychanuld, Prei dent; -M P. talntee Vlce-rr
Louis lurnett, Secretary.
Lafayette F r, John I. Adarms, P. Maloelb ,
Felix A. Dgzcrus.' Thee. i. Millr, Hy. Peychaud.:
DOUGLAS, ENGRAVEI AND LITH1OGkI.APH
I y rCamostreet. Vadsting and We4ding Cards
Inrnae in the most elegan manner.
Bst.nCrAu, Account ales an)ott. BIlls
,SChocks, idnto· . ad rdCur iarcttWers etc.,
Seals. Canceling Stas Door ;unays, ta*n loe
bossed on Paper and Envolops, without ae.
Blank Account M-les Cotton Jalways on h.._
CA7 BaLIC OJY
Pastorsad Cars th. houm rs f sa
Inetructione,ha and Benediction. The
ree lhools th number ofhildr
aesothy S. Ca PCap t, r. at.
iorAb aslat Ibaolatsers Reua oe 3on.is
A. S mon t0clock. e a.J. Vores HP P. doser ,
oloatno spmip and d an ti. o eM ate . ..
e.d8 Ser on aFer in h
Occkn - at-oloc4'
C. O . Urnsus, ur oUptne Ptrastetor Mt.s At
Pash tnor tieO o'o Veispr at o
: SJundy , 8 ent t. P
. eno, R a .str.. rGernnstv . P . . n Curate.
Sund, a, Aend 10 olock. r ermatiot S U'c ck.
Ea" ,en > tý Bdpt bd e rmon, in Prea;
a t efstR--- onathr n 6 or. |
oathelcSimon a k oc at 7 o'cll,..
J -assn erat l0. Vesper at. 4uo'clock. P. M. Rco
. Pter Atree--e v. te atO an o. )yed,- eB A
SSther . M.Re, Fte . h ehra, C. d.1.k: Assistants.r
ah Sermon a c s lo'locL.eh, Snrs o'lo. "o'tpersak;
C.ti tr.on a nd Sermon at 7 o o'lock..
s. usntaa, CGrtmanat irJet, burstreen tls Adw- -
lro-nines. f Rcv. c1 J.BI. Jaobsa,. 5 .3. et.
Father leaRnder,. C.SS., I ev. dleoYt
SSit., ev. _ather Seeraan WC.e Sd. t, IWest ant
oclays Na.s, Oj,6 ndb o'culock; St*Dis , 6,a at d 7c
ation and ermon nat t7 o'clk. o
As4 p o'Clock.in, ( se"ad,) J5" to w rntse. - ds
lanet. and aurhb." ot. tJ. Jacos r, .St e .
thr Laurine and Horptarca sir Bev. S0.
r. Nv. Fathe r soe. C..o. It. Week daystl
o'clock. On Sundandr First Msa t T 'o at
at o'lc. eruon t o'clo . mn Ue oeat
.o'lorc oIn sauate and 5 in 1iut r.
Pastor. Rev. Father Perrin., Week rey. te T
Onn'¢lde.s resis e rn ! o'c, _YeIU i .. - -
~COld hrrurs Chuch, Ureutin JIlsem C
t tL" Lcsree.-Re. FUlather CosLs. i'astn Wake
d 7: Sunday. 5;, 8;. Scrtnanwt 8t. Vespers es r
B.one I'astsr. P.0f. P. F. Ailru Curate.
Sundays. 6, ad 10 o'lock1. Sormon at 1?'clnack.
pore and E.i h onat 4 uP. u.
St. Join the Church, Dryades, tec
pather Simon. Weekt M at o'l, . ,un
7. e add 10. Sermon at Vreperat f oolok.
St. Petr,'r treats-re. Fathrer ' at Pastor. e.ar
thcr'r. Tholodier, ate. Father o, 11a. Father
Week day Mass katjýnd 7o" 'k.'unald, 7,
to. Sermon, in Frtich, a o'4ork. 'Vnpere ad
odftio;n t-4 o'clock.
St. Patrick's Oho'ao ma steoet. beo-rr- ot53
gtoau Reetw. el, Flanotan. rMttur. . F
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