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may -just inquire to what particular line oft bustnesyou talest we devoted!" T o just-at -tesent. The fact S is, I added, loweria m volce to the pwoper eanfidentia ton eI-" a little.mone left me about .a go, and I am'up in London look . sno d lsines nvestment. But fact, Imi getting tired of town, and hve t a mindito go back home, and take my money i I ould see the old scLrim 'a eyes brighten as 1he drank in my words eagerly. t Sdear youg friend, if yo will al allow me to " you so," he began in blandly Spersuuaive e let me counsel you to o nothin d rashly. There are thosands of excellect in. vestments In London: Buit wlhat lts wmictia man at your back who knows a theins and _ - oetal this greatity; who kuows how to sep- t arate the whatfrom the chaff; and who can ditinguh almost as it wem bby instinct, a esoundnvsatmamt from a rotten one." tl "AI very lne. But where is a greenhorn like me tofl nmh - man F" - - Tmho p with which my secmpish friend, boewd ms, and laid his hand on his heart, p had in it a touch of the sublime, "It is not lo a mediest manlike meo vaunt himself or his gqutiiesens but I--see qa rcos d have livs in Leda-t-l-my life and I have not lived with my eyes shut. Altugh I am, just now-why attempt to denyit -in some ma as.sandert , my fortunes, I am pried n Ssa~ul, " bsv Icot _ ibeenat their present - - oweb. My wife- she sdead now, poor eres- t tarel-at one time kept her brougm and i pair; and I biad my- hack for the park, and a hunter down at Melten. But those days -" gone, never to return. (Drink up, sir, adlet d as have another glas.) I was ruined in the g year of the great panic. All the more, then, am I tted, after passing throeh such a bitter experienes, to fill the part of ajudicious Men- of tor to inexperienced youth with capital at its back. Sir my humble services are yours to w command)' L ' "Well, I said, with a dubious air, " it is just eo possible that you might be able to put me up to .a useful wrinkle or two. But, in any ase, this is not the spot to discuss such matters. Come is and have a bit-of diner with me at myrooms, to and we can iilk things over afterward, with s the assistanee of a pipe and tumbler." tb "A bit of.dinner, a pipe, and a tumbler!. Ha, ~ ha! I will attend you, my young friend, with the utmost satisfaotion.' to I hailed the first cab I could find, and we il rattled off to my lodgings. No conversation took place while we were going over the it stones; but in imagination I saw before me a certain sweet, .tefulface, anudI feltnmoredeter- 1, minedthan evertogo throughwiththe scheme, , wild and y pesterous as it might have seemed at li any other time, which had suddenly flashed ti aeross my brain while I was following the ran- cal b y side up St. Martihns Lane. of Having intrncted many landlady to put down another cutlet, niun to.send out for one or two at extras, we ascended to may mronms. t "In the hope, nly dear sir, that our friend --- hip 11i be a long and flourishing one," said my unwelcome guest, " illow me, as a needfl t preliminary, to present you with my card." 6l He handed tiee, as he spoke, a very limp, and P" rather dirty piece ofpasteloard,-which he had had some difficulty inufiuding among his multi- nU farious pockets, and on-vwhich was inscribed el the name of "Mr. Reginald Tracy." Of course, 01 I could do no less than return the complimnent. m Dinner was served a few minutes later; and w while it was in progress, the conversation be- cl tween MrTracy and myself was of the most w intermittent char ter.t however, to enable me to discover that he was to a man of some education, add must, at one a, time, have mixed in superior society. By the e;erxcise of-what knavish arts he had contrived di to forfeit the position he once held, I could ot, to of fouraseelf; therein, no doubt, lay hidden I the great secret of his life. Poor wretch ! It was easy to see, fromn the style In which he got f _through with his food, that a - lentiful and be wholesome meal was what he had not partaken ce ot for some time. At length, he lay back in H, his chair in a state of happy repletion. "Not is another morsel. myv dear hb,y." i1 sa.id, with a naI benignant sunilh. "' P'itivl'lv. I could not. 'Let good digestion wait in appetite '-you know the rest. A-bountiful meal, But, 'Provi- fr dence tempers the wind to the shorn lamb!' a And now for the pipe and the tumbler, Ha, ,i ha! I have notiotgrbttentt"- -a_ As soon as we were fairly under way will. cit our first tumller, Mr. Tracy broke ground on to the subject that was evidently uppermost in lit his thoughts. " If, sir," lie said, '" ou would 1o4 .fiyor inc with ai hinlt us to the splecal class of an ilnvestalment in which, youn are .ehsitrus of laying wi out your capital, anrd woulltd lson furnish ine with some idea of the amount of the capital it- pe self, I should then have some positive data to ra work upon, and could give .vu the benefit of in my experience in that particular line of proce- -. - dure which your iteIhuatt-uionu-mlay lead you to prefer." "Capital, three tlhousamll line of investment not decided on,"I said. "Somethig light and p genteel would be preferred." f " Such as an imnlorter of wilnes iand spirits, I" for instance," said Mr. Tracy. "That would do capitally, I daire sany, only I happen to know nothing itn the world about it." ,, "Quite unnecessary. iiy dear sir, that you tfi should. Only find the moniney, and I will on- fae gage to find thlie brains andt to make your for- I tune into the bargain.'" Mr. Tracy sighed tdcpl., tonk ti long pull at gc his tumbler; and theniL prucei.cd to enhlihten si my ignorance as to the valrious mIethods by oil which extraordinary pro,itls might be realized, bi without the slightest risk of Itilure, by any wi one who, combining capital withl brains, might ai choose to appealr before the world as an am- at porter of wnes land slpirits. That some of the so atethods indicated by Mr. Tracy were several co degrees on the shadv side of honesty, might at mie once havi been predicted from the character of th the mnanl; lut he certiiuly had1a very neat way tic of wrapping np numd labeling hisi "trickna-f trade." seo as to mtake theml look as nmuch like a si genltue article as possilhe. .li SHis exhortatioi naui hli. tlhirl ttlmiler cnile we to :an end together. Iave you ever beenu in tl, Unitedl States " MI i ulandenly. asked. hi " Never, sir. As a paitriiitii Euglllishl n, nmy na love of travetl never took ule no fa'r frolu home." i "TThtl you never tasted lanly if those deli- di solns dlrilnks which, lunder 'ariolus strange ni ilalnels, are no Ipoprtlar alllnlg tIht' Yanlkees !" as "Once more a negative mlust Ie my answe-r. an But, lmy dear youngll frimud, if vyou ill onl' i decide to lay oult yolur callitall ill uccorlan ane with-"i i " A momeit., if yyou' Idense, I ,'aid. " litin "' going into any further busIliness details, what all do yoe ny to a chanlge of tilpplf I thiik we hve had enough of this stuf: Let me try gtr whether I cannot brew yon one of those delight- hi fal American drinks of which I spoke, just now. w I had tile recipes for severtil of themi fromn all hi uncle of mine, who is captaill of a liner." - "Just as you like, cher aci-just ey you like," I1 he said; "though I don't thi nlc muclh inmpro-e iuent on this dolicious toddy is laissible. be " We canll come bacek to it agauL, if tihe other of does not prove to our likinig," 1 said. "And not to be flouted for our iltonstnalucyv." sa added Mr. Tracy, with a laugh. " Soluow fiir this Yankee nectar of yours. I glr 8 thbity by a anticipation." Two arge tmbles, and the various dients requlredfor yI urpse, were qulo y at got together; lasfof air I went into my study, a er and ar staying there a couple of minatqs I went back, carrying with me a packet contain iag half-a-dozen powders done up in differently I it co lred Pars. The-degree ofknow 2 I drinks' tious; andInow s 'Y proceeded to mix one after the most approved z (ahiou, and ended by opening one of the col- e Soed papers and pouring the contents of it into the tunmbler, and then offered the whole to a o Tray. But the putting in of the powder had evi- t I dently roused his suspicions, and with a polite a wave of the hand, he refused the proffered a tumbler. "After you, my dear sir," he said. S"I-must really insist on your imbibing the first r ' tumbler yourself The second one will do ex a cellently well for me." a th"Asyon please," I said, with a shrug. With a that proeeded to drain the first tumbler, ex- a e pressing `6y paatomaee, as I did so, my appre- u lto -"ex *.iAfter thi mireda I second tumblerfhl, into which, s-bere, I ti poured the contents of one of-the coloreda md theIn handed the whole to Tracy. i . ip vn onee touched the glass, stock there p He gave a sig of intense datisfaetica as he ti put down the g"ls. "Ambrosi, by-Jupiterp" e exlaime "Theman who nve l tipple. ought to be immortalised ay a statue it tewhitest marble. I have no wiih.to be if thought presumptaous, but I cannot resist ask- n 1 you to mix me-one more potation." p One half-a-des if you like," I- repli ti e `1 and all of them different. Unless your taste differs very much from mine, yorwill find No. 9 an improvement on No. 1." I He refilled his plipe while I was mirxing the Is rsecond tumbler, but still kept a watcohful eye- i on my proceedings; not that he was any longer -a suspicious of my good faitbh, but because he a was desirousof nga lesson in the art of a Seonoocting such-deliciouadrinks. .When allthe tI other ingredients were pro perly ombd, Ia ephe neof th.e packets as before, andahool i e contents Into the tumbler; and then, hav- ci Sing well stired the whole, I handed the glass w the innocent alkali of which I-had made use previously. - Al before, Traey's lips seemed glued to thee tumbler till ho had drained the contents to the last drop. - " How does that suit your taste ?" I said. " Is tI it equal to the fiat f" "Such a question is hard to. answer," le re plied. "' The beauties of both are so evenly malanceed, that Bacchus himself *3oTild find it i diflicult to decide between the two. I have to t< thank you, my dear-youn* friend, for having 01 opened rlp a new vista of pleasure undreamed a4 of Iy me before." a "I must give you one or two of my recipes, and then you can mix for -ourselft One more tumbler, and then to hausines." C Even while I was speaking, the pipe dropped from his lips, and his eyes began to wanler, - Slowly and deliberately, I proceeded with my Cl preparations for another tumbler. Trnecy,.after I glancing-down reproachfuilly at his pipe, took no further heed of it, but planting both his elbows firmly on the table, anod taking fist hold g of his head between his hands, he tried his ut- c most to bring his weak, wavering gaze to bear b on my manipulating fingers. But the effort T was too much for hint. His eyes closed, opened, Ii closed again; and then, with a few incoherent hi w .ordsof a bology, his head tdrooped forward on nr serve em arms os a pow tension, and in twenty seconds he was faster asleep than he had ever been in his life before. It was to this end that all my efforts had been a 1 directed. The-powder put b me into his second a tumbler was a powerful Indian narcotic, which of a I had latterly had ocession to use in some of A my chemical experiments. Although luccess- of ful so far, it was not without p more unequil beating of the heart than unsual that I ir ceeded to carry out the remainder of my-esign . However honest one's intentions may be, thereth is something nefarious in the act of feeling a fo nilan's pockets--something that goes utterly against the grain; yet that was precisely what at I -had now got to do. Before proceeding any al fuither, however, I thought it advisable to have a third person-by me to act as a witness of what se n!igattfolow, ta _I_ veunt down stairs to nay h laitiletUdy=rooma with the intention of getting le either the worthy dame herself,-or-ter husband w to act the part of chorna in my - forthcoming n: little drama. Fortunately, I found the old lady's w son, who is a strappingsergeant in the (nards, ec and who made no difficulty about going back St with me. -- - We found Tracy still soundly asleep, with his h-ead on the table. From this posture I gently ¶ raniwvl him, and laid him back in the easy chair St il which he was sitting. My next proceeding PI was to insinuate my hand into each of his in pockets, one after the other, in search of the mi nmissing diamond. I found the young lady's purse, Tmt the ring was not in it; I also found a nulmber of pawnbroker's duplicates, but none ti' of theimi having reference to the object of which Ei I w as in search. Here too, *as my pencil case, Bi which, together with the stolen purse, Idid not ce fail to appropriate. One after the other, I la searched a the pockets I could find, but still the ring was not forthcoming, and .I. Mbegan to fear that he had already disposed of it, in which so case it was probably lost beyopd recovery. My th friend the sergeant, seeing my perplexity, eng- to gentted that the ring was perhaps sewn up in- tie side thile lining of his coat or waistcoat. Acting th on this hint, Ifeltall over the lining of his coat, in but without success; bit on coming to his of waistcoat, I tfound something hard, over which in a p attch of wash-leather had been carefully Fi stitclhld. A few seconds sutticed to unrip the sewing, aiand there, wrapped up ,carefully in cottonl-wool and tissue-paper. was a lady's dia mlonl railng. Illn silcit trilullh I held it up on pr the tip of amy tilnger for the sargeant's inspec- Ei tion. " afi'arh that's jolly, alai no nistaike!" o shotetd tile,' guaiardlalan, with a wave of his to pips,. "How will Mr. S1yhoots feel when _e I wakes uii f . tii We were not long ii doubtopn that point. as Mr. Tracy begani to yawn, and stretch, and pull is himself together. It was a peculiarity of the pr narcotic I had givwn him that its effet, when cli adminiistered in small donoes, was of very short wa duration, and I knew that Tracy's stnlor wouldl inot last above half ai Ilour at the most. To assist his recovery, I hiuhld a bottle of strong sauelling-salts aunder his noasc. He opened his eyes, sat lup, siuaeezei, anudl stared vacantly de airound. - i a"(iaol o\n,-aaing. gov-irinair','" said tlils' ·rgEant.i nl " Yiu st4i ln to Ilhave hald quitn ii refreshing little ir snllooze." Mlr. Tracy did iaot respoind to this friendly reetinlg. iHis fingers were busy fumbling at th his wastcoat, and lnext moment lhe started ull me with a trcmu,.lltlons oathl, and declared that ahe mi haud beeCl roliied. t "Of what have yoa heel rol,bedr. Tracy ." "Ofe a vlalahale daiallaonal ring, which, for better security l had stitched up in the folds of mny waistcoat." w . " Probably this putrsea nlso lelongs to you," I said, aholinig up tilie article i Ellql-ation. II lie chaaiged color lat alc'. alid all the deti- t by anoe'e od to ooze onut of hlz as I kept my I eycs dly onhlis. . . "That, too, s my properý," e asaid, with a c poor attempt at bravado; ' and I must ask you ay at once to explain how it cams. tinto your poe- g SI session," in- " Let mefirst tell yonhow itoame into yours," ' tly I sid. " You took it, this morning, out of the c I pocket of a yonng lady who sit next you inan t SAtthat time it oonSained beside q ow smaSm o money, a -aon ng, u red y oustody, and which I mean torest e ts t .ol- owner to-morrow. Are you st ato "A lief an infernal lie" I e said,. with an to angry stamp-of the foot. - '" You are st satisf~ I said. "Snch being vi- the case, let ms ae . to the nearest police ite station; and hsoal toll his bwn story to thein- t red spector.. For my part, I am.quito willing to n id. bear thq brnnt of such a proceeding. 'Are-you t rt ready to aceompn aret" ex- "Sold, most villainously sold!" cried Tracy Ith ing up his clenched hands Then hetiarne an icked , hi hat-and=ne; than &Usdng e- me, e said : 'o villia! You -have tricked rs- me this tie, but I'P be revenged on you yet. v Sa Next time it will be my tr:, ad t advise you a I to beware." - "If you are not out of this house in two min- v etes, I a "I will give you in hage of the He turned on me with a aarlm,and made as he h woeld have struck me sroes the tee r with hiseane.a y friend, the seIrgea was ne ta s feet in-an Instant. - ct "Now, governor, yeou ust book it yutmly, ar a be it R oll be-oarsor you,! he said. "I maas a ik- well-light you to the street door, or you might e perhaps ied your way by aidetiuto e. aof the rooms. Now Just t apt, dill.aloui- a ito I cflled~nest awniucag at the oee of the see ho. rea of the asanIus oompany, and fou nd, a h e nteepoand Mo yut the ton ady hadb be lher addreses ' To ti address, which wash ye in a .easain Westend qprnta, I hurried mis at Ii ra a aob eould take m. I fouadtheyoungmly, a d wthh guasthemp. as of a companon terribly put out about the los of e the ring, and therefr propotionately pleased I atits recovery. That first visit was not thea k last by any means; t all th rest merely con Sere Ms inani end myelf; and may remain left 1 aunwritten. • ms - oR Dr Hungary has sent thirty-six solders and o e eighteen thousana florins-to -the Pope. ' The newly appointed archbishopbf Gua- a Is temala, South America, has been-installed a with great pomp. an The Spanish government has, on the it requisition of Mgr.. alvado, Bishop-of Vic to toria, Australia, authorized the foundation B rig of a Benedictine Monastery in Spain, to ed serve as a college for Spanish missionaries abroad. P ro The Most Rev. Dr. Leahy, Archbishop of al Cashel, and the Right Rev. Dr. Derry, ed ed Bishop of Clonfert, have arrived in London, w u as a deputation from the Irish bishops, to al Sconfer with the ministry respecting the B ter Irish Catholic University. ci ak Rockdale, England, wasthe theatre of an V 1 anti-Catholic mob on the 18th ultimo. A tc t chapel was stoned, all the windows were vi ar broken, and much other damage was done. h" ,,t The same night an attack wa made upons ed,Irish houses at Mount Pleasant. The mob e nt had been incited by the lharangues of a man o n named Murphy a Protestant lecturer. w S he rIdo .ak rpeah Corrnespondete says: Is ir. "An Irish Cuathoic in-the Mofuasil, and not tl en a man wallowing in wealth, either, sent us, c id a few days ago, foryapeees forthe purchase L Sof a Chassepot -.rioe fr -the Ppe'sa s. _y. of Another Catholic has sent us'tbe Iir hiPalves - of notes for the same mount, to be applied l to the same purpose-viz :the purchase of ii Sanother Chasepot rifle. We are informed A re that the cost of a Chassepot rifle is only t a forty rupees:" b S A story is going about--a joke, t elu - t sume-that the more advanced of theliritu alists are going to institute amongst them- f at selves a colile of cardinals, and that red hats are to be bestowed upon some of their -lading-mhn. An eC!in -oE e c whit more absurd than that Father" It ig natius should make himself a monk, and, s without any authority whatever from his C s ecclesiastical superiors, create an Order ofy b `k St. Benedict in England, where there has lbeen a r'.1 Order of St. Benedict, without a i- single break in the link since the days of ir St. Augustine until now. An Anglican ig Protestant cardinal would not be one iota is more absqrd than an Anglican Protestant hi ,e monk.-Lodon Weeekly Register. d Mlonsignor Francis Cardozo Ayres, a na- be ie tive of Brailb, for many years resident in dr ih England, has been consecrated, in Rome, re e, Bishop of Pernambuoo, in Brazil. This ex- re ot cellent prelato was known to many in Eng- ca c land and Ireland as aholy, zealous, retiring ro it priest of the Order of Charity. He was for some time novice master at the house of lythe Fathers at Rugby, and when summoned ito Rome, by an imperative command to cf n- accept the Episcopate, which for more than ig three years he had declined, he was exercis , ng the important though unobtrusive office ls of spiritualdirector of the little Irish boys h in St. Patrick's Reformatory School of the iu SFathersof Charity, at Upton in the county to in of Cork. - tp a- The Rev. Dr. Gilbert, senior priest of the ve mn pro-cathedral of St. Mary's, Mloorflelds. England, has been aplo inted vicar-genera ito of the Diocese of cstminster. in succession to the late Very Rev. Canon, O'Neal, whose is much-lamented death took place a short time ago. Dr. Gilbcrt acted for sometime Sas an assistant to the late vicar-general, and ic ill is very deservedly one of thejnost popular on ac priests in London both amongst his brother st 'i clergymen and tie Catholic laity, and is ha i well knowl" to many Protestants for the est active parfhe has alvays taken in promot- we ing different charities in the city, not ttho i- least coumendablre of nwhich is the Provi- i, d mhenee-Row Night Refnge, an establishment in which anin- thousand destitute wome " a. -ui d children, 11o matter what creed thmm.y H profess, find a refuge every winter. THE NEti- CARDIaALs.--ThC ceremony of Ta the consistory, held by his -Ioliness on the ula 1orning of March 16th, was crowded by as (in Smany ofonrHRoman visitorsascouldobtain can, called Sala Regia, always used for this hi3 purpose. The Pope came to the hall of pie j: tapestries accompanied by his court, and no' was there received by the cardinals, pa- its I triarcho, archbishops, and other prelates. in Having there assumed the sacred vest- thn ti- nments,he was olrne along on hlil throne Cni, ey bet= s the; pM--ook fans to the above . ame ls ]R_', where the ceremonial at *onde'bZltih_. The newly eletted cardinals 'U were eofLdaeted to-the throne, when they . klied4hehdanuaddoot ot,the. Holy Father, » whsenee, Weceiving turna a from their ýe e aateral heibrace, they retired mn to e, a etaW appertaining to them. S-ai they again summoned to s .ne unm -re ve,ar e p s, thaltmpoart"t.insgni of new dignity -tlei hat,.,-Tma, with theree the: sared "n college, *thy1ef the ball, to a Holl nees's retu&ae to the hail of ,t es. r When th. 4dirobizg was cone! , n. the Pope dreturned to his own apart to meats, the radred college took 'teir way to m thbe 1 tinChape , the posltIcflachoir in tosings, meaawbethe Ambosian Hymn, e ona t terminaim m of, whi the; payer, , iZ.r Oireto, Oa mdIs,' was melted b' the Cnniel Duesad te newoeardlua n were a seeond tmeabaeedby thserealbtb n rn. On the conecluem o the publ eonm stalory we held ti 'are ls rs daringah a- Wichs a tPoape, adieeedg :to.eiaay Scleaisses al te eah thein m -t the mat ters wetaiew-dnalisesa , eand, m ; w pl:al se. :ring wa te . gmrat ea- iaaef LMs new ye· lathe j b Po"pe I e _ An sals o sesh their fehar eda Bo a mbn ma ehbreb, warding the .ti , wit it d dsaly, Pnex ain, whish had been of that· insllaemameto Cardinal Bo r' j ataotes enter them h e hN.". Weorld TTan Onuun.a -s ImarA.-.4obeeasr.Ene1. f ts the mLo. D;r. Nswv.r a s m. a cBohr, i bhug.-The beremesls rweeemt l itjer o at in the Cathedral of N. 8. te Esi erama, V, will be well remeambere eeA any years to w coae, s sredi were th esaslve f and so adrned hwith of O artthntcould sethemeLr Thedre eoaateona de in the church, at which othe . Vicar of, ft -de Cathedral, Fatheb Cll t J., had , labored or some wkcrating bishop, who, immed 8xaay e excellen preYthm lo Oi dri., was tely on receiving the invitationnd to revisithrong 1 ot people, all -conducting themselves moot Bombardy, was erxce he himsssive, lf thatd been onse could not enter the church. We-have never rateden thesanctuary86, had gone by so crowded with olergy ucVih was the Calcugerttass of all the chaplraiwa of theo Jbbvlporiate, and seclar and regulto Bombar, Stow dteifilt theirgladness in havithe t.ourney a Rev. Dr. Meurin their bishop. lAd here we must not forget to record the caeasing Seasilt,y appreateremon wadone tgrao the by th prolsence omf.b the'very revenerableend relaesent Ave of the archbis electhop of abo i this presi- the f den, accompanied meby sevR. A. of the clergy Ssbjet to him... The bt. Rev. ofDr. The ot was the con of thecrating bishop, who, immedin fr ately on receiving the invitation to revisithe e Bomball expressing the wlfhadbe-in whih wone rated bishop in 164-that, had gonht be by searved from n Vizagapatam to Calcutta, thence by railway 1 Sto Jubbulpore, and so came ,on to Bombay ver SviathemNapore It ill easiltor of abe understood mhow dithlt -and fatiguing this jourthey Ch must have bon earth, and hespirinbyg one an merenal b easily appreoiate the Chuavor done to the Cath- a a olics of Bomay b the venerable prelate, who hesitated not toBLendre allthat Cal-t aha.This well-known atholic pastr id a.L.die, thopr his flocktd him a besterday morning, 1 and. twill e ifor Europe membeshorly of the Society SoStf. Vincent of Pahis health.nd a pastoral crss a i and ehain, the gift of the everal on ter-ewell Sniremarks aoftched to the careverthedrl, and of St.He I Augustin's Society. Afterthe consecration, e F the people came in crowds to receive the benediction of their new bishop, and then llwdcarry anythim into the tents put up outside the-Church- where, 1adtresses were presented fromae.-As the le. gyFather eminarist, ofnd the Slchitec of thpresscing the wish-in which we residene in that villamight be preserveday last,to j go to the new Catholic Cemetery thovere, ing themout for the Capastor of a lockh united a vicnity the horse-s, in union spirith the to on earth, and aspiring to the eternal Shappiees of the Curnech in heaven.-ce, anom Sboth Catlemicen throwaminer with great violen f ooaxouo SDoc the o MundLE.-Rev. her Carroll wasther calonsid erably .-bThi well-known u Catholic pastor . t Ryerid adie to his flock yesterday morning, h ndwillth beinve for Erope shortly forathe bene iseofhis healtb. There was ardly a 1 dry eye at-the conclusion of the farewell n only remark of the reverend gentleman. He was requestopped their prayers, and volwasteered to much carry nr thne two gentmonen, for them to Eu li rope.- ) entinel, 13tApril - DIocEE OF BuLNhOSTON.-Dearr of L -at ape.- the Rev of ther Carroll, of thef Rich .pond, ,acomp a.Aj , ..Cf er, ar ulchitec of this ity, was startoulg from his 1a L residence in that village on Monday last, to tl go to the new Catholic Cemetery there, D washih r. Ryer has beoutpouren desing ofand lay- rn gring out for ilial affectiolics of ichmeverond and f bvicinity, the horse-a young specirited mar a peo pletook friht and dashed out of the yard into is then road with lightning-like spee. The refrom tin the graond structure of Catholl icityas onsteri- f than withe builders of atone and to hbrick, was could raiscape fotheir the two gentlemen--ou, and thee may e- wealthy s eulators who have in a few at years made Lawrence a prosperous city-by rd laying uu e r f forha sIf and his peo "y ple,swhi theri noth-wir rBust eaos ee.. -r, same, nor thieves break through and steal. ,ir He was known 'by everybody; loved" by ad everybody ; and lamented by everybody. n". BiJoston Pilt. . .. to VIt ahonis a Dqiag jo,.dition.-. A lette-fro enian risoner i ada states that Father Mahon, one of the Fenians confined in a Canadian bastile, is at the point of death. His cdlpanion, Robert Bloss Lyneh, once a brave Union dier,.h avn hardy constitution, is still h and chbetoful. These men have been f to thtesameindignity as common "' felons.- Pilot. DiodCaes , PAUL.p.-Beeption.-Ou German fellow- to the number of to thee Rte Rh. Ret. jas .e o ma ecentlyo T. sof ro &w the *e flw stungo 'arlsa n edidemS b esh Sý to the rdert'of which be is abbots th n it was aaesstwiaed that -he -would o rive on the evenig-ears, it was resolved l that he should be oreoa-ed n as manner SeMting- Jt shhpreution. At aerieutheln Is svn lp , aE .de h ho r torhe m then quite a number of eaot, the last ed aadawsited the arrival Snf -m nur was smoon filled to its utmost glntY es T servilesthen P o uy mahrud at t r eri othe church of e The many - friends of the Rev. Father S Is aesto, of St. Mary'se C hrs ain St. fanisy of hrecovery from the dangerous , atck of illdess he has been subjected to for the last few months. He is now, we g are happy to learn, able to take outdoor Sexercise, ad is rapidly regaining his health. . DIOCESE oF PHILADELPHIA. - Clerical - a .--Rev. J. Slattery has been trans erre om St. James's West Philadelphia; to St. Joseph's, Susqueianna county. The .- vacancy at St. James's, occasioned by this it change, is filled by Rev. Thomas Kelly. e= Catkedran.--The Rt. Rev. Bishop has just I obtained an entirely new set of vestments SIfor the Cathedral. They are made of white silver cloth, and the decorations and orna d meats are of gold, done ghll the needle, y and not by machinery. They consist eftwo e copes, one chasuble, four dalmatics, veilfor - sub-deacon, and usual number of stoles and e maniples. They were made in Brussels, to and cost in currency nearly $3,000.. They 'e These vestment. have elicited universal ad ., mirntion, aid-we heitily congratulate the , t. ev. Bishop on the fine taste be always y displays in all that pertains to the increase us of the grandeur and solemnity of the ser n- vice of the Church..., St. Patrick's.-- t. Rev. Bishop Elder el a ebrated pontifical-mass at St. Patrick's e rch, assisted by Rev. J. E. Muiholland, as Astnt priest; Rev. J. M'Elroy, as dea- - le con of the mass; Rev. M. A. Ryan, sub d deacon; Rev. Fathers Bridgewan -and Mo- te ronhey deacons of honor; .M r. Anthony 0 Borromeo, first master of ceremonies and ' fMr--P trieki Sh(ieldi -of the PF~opara r d Seminary at Glen Riddle, second master of eceremonies. The Rt. Rev. Bishop preached an impressive sermon on the occasion. ARCHIDIOCESE OeF NEW Yoiuc.-Eauter is New York.-Needless to-say, all the Catho lice churches were crowded, at all the masses, on Easter day. At the church we attended at eight o'clock the auditorium was cram meod, before the muss was begun-pew holders kneeling in the crowded passage f ways. A friend who was near the door told us thatbehore the priest began the mass, the door-keepers locked the en Strances, standing by them, meantime, be cause the crowd was so great that no more Scould possibly get in withoAt bodily 4es age to some persons. That friend had been up before six o'clock, and hadt tried, already in vain, to get into three other cchohes. SSt. Lourc Cathedral to the Pope.m-The fol lowing remittance has been forwarded to the sope-through Mr. James A. M'Master: Dear Sir:--Inclosed I send you a draft of nine hunlred and fortr-flve dollars and Sforty-one cents, ($945 41,) for the Pope. As your excellent paper is doing much to pro mote the cause of justice, and as you are receiving contributions for the Holy Father, I thought it well to send this amount in order that you may forward it to Rome.- We celebrated the triduum here in the Cathedral on the 30tl-and .lst nit. and on the lst inst. with becoming solemnities. A contribution-bex was placed in the church fqrn the Pope, and the above sum is the evi dence of the ve of the oteCathedral parish, and of those who came to assist at the tri duum, for Pius IX. Some of the contribi tions were touching indeed. One Irish boy gave *20 in gold, and offered to give his last drop of blood A widow gave 10 in gold, perhaps the only piece she had. The altar boys made iip about *5. As the blessed sacrament was exposed to the adoration of the faithful during the three days, you may be sure there rose to heaven man-:y a "C ', bless the i'opc." In fact there was q ,:.te an enthusiasm among the good people in favor, of course, of the Holy See. If the Holy Father sends in return to the Cathe dral of St. Louis his blessing, we shall feel ourselves more than fully rewatrded for the little we ha-e done. Years, in the SAd;1 EI, HEARTS. DIOCESE OF NEWVARK.The I)riests of the - Newark diocese have presented the Bishop of Rochester with a clerical vestment, pin, ring, chalice, and cross. The articles, except the ring,.were importel frrom Paris.