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344O=lIO STARL AND CATOLIC M aWM.
NEW OLEANS SUNDAY.. A. ST 8'r 18. I.
AwrTan.-On the night of the 15th alt. a
most- melancholy acc ant fhok place in
-Beltast Lough, resulting in the death of
three men, and in eonsequences of -a'dan
gerons character to two others. About half
past-nine an open boat, in which were six
persons, capsized bythe schooner Harmony,
Belfast, across whose bows she ran, and the
occupants were thrown into the water. The
three men who were drowned were Mr.
John A. Wilson, baker, aged forty years,
corner May and Cronnac streets, Belfast;
Mr. W. Grant, baker. 221 York street, Bel
fast, aged about thirty-five years and Mr.
Chishohu, the son of a respectable farmer
residing in the neighborhood of Whi'teabbey
or Carmoney.; The other occupants of the
boat were Mr. Murty, manager in Birk
myro.'s bakery, Ann street; Mr. Caithness,
land steward at Abbeylands, and an old
man who was steering. Mr. Marty being a
good swimmer succeeded in saving himself.
AnRanAG.-Tliere was a fair supply of all
kinds of stock at Kendy Fair, on the 11th
nit., but the major part of it was of a me
diocre quality. Beef was scarce, and in
pretty active demand, best quality selling
about 57s. Gd. per cwt.; second class, 4's
CARL.ow.-The Sentinel says that the
vacancy to be caused by the retirement of
Capt. Beresford will, in all probability, be
filled by Arthur Kavanagh, Esq., Horris,
now M. P. for Wexford. Mr. Bruen, M. P.,
will continue to devote himself to this
CLARE.-We understand, says the Lime
rick Chronicle, that the borough of Ennis is 1
likely to be the scene of a contest at the
ensuing elections; more names than one
are spoken of in the Conservative as well as 4
the Liberal interest; among the former, au
mor has it that thle Hon. Theobald F. W.
Butler, son of Lord Dunboyne, is likely to ]
be named second.
The Irish Times says it is generally be- I
lieved that efforts will be made at thie next 1
election in this county to bring forward in n
the Conservative interest the lIon. Robert E
O'Brien, brother of Lord Incdiquin.
CoInn.-A public meeting of the electors r
of Yonughal was held on the 16th nlt. at the I
D)evonshire Arms linotel, Youghal,.to oppose I
the re-election of Sir Joseph Neale M'Ken
no, the present Parliamentary representa- c
tive of the boroughl. The large cotlee-room 3
of the hotel was filled with electors and the
hall and passages crowded with people.
Mr. H. L. Puxley is mentioned as a pro- a
-bable candidate in the Conservative inter- 3
est for Brandon, in tlhe place of Col. Ber- r
nard, who, it is said, rhas determined on I
abandoning Parliamentary life.
Mr. Wyse, of Cork, the eminent whisky I
distiller, has contributed £2000 to make nip
the sum of £12,000 required to complete t
the restoration of the cathedral in that city. a
DERRY.-A few days ago, a young lad, a i
son of Mr. Dunlop, of Augnanloo, near c
Newtownlimavady, went to the River Roe t
to bathe. iie got carried beyond his depth, c
and, being unable to swim, he sank to the c
A very serious conflict between the Cath- a
olics and Orangemen took place at Dessert- a
martin, near Magherafelt, county Derry, on a
the 12th nit., when, unhappily, two men of I
the-Catholic party were severely wounded p
by the Orange party, who, as usual, were v
armed to the teeth, and blazed away with a
their wonted venom and recklessness of t
life. The names of the injured men are i
Hugh Callen and Francis Cassidy, and the t
immediate cause of this iisastrons affray
was the erection of an Orange arch at at
point to necessitate the Catholics going to ii
and,. coming from mass passpg ,npder it, .
which, of course,great_ eaperated them. a
DOxEGAL.-On the ob--ut. a melancholy. d
occurrence took place at Buadoran, by t
which a younng ld, named James Spaenee, a
agd about ibnrteen years, lostff- He a
was bathing in the sea long with his ater,t
and venturing out. too r, was carried out p
by the tide and was drowned, His body- f
was found a abort time after the oeaurreace. I
Dowx.-On the 13th alt an Orange de-.
monstration took place at Warringstewa, n
near Lurgan. Mr. Johnston,of Bellj kltieg, t
and others, addressed the meeting. It Ia
stated by the Orang papers that nearly
forty thousand persons were present. Capt
Coote, R. M., Dundalk, was on active duty I
at Dungannon, where sanguinary riots were ri
DunLm.-In_the Dublin Registration l
SmDstrict (which extends over an area of
ninety-seven hundred and forty-five statute 8
acres and had, by the census of -1861, a 8
population of three hundred and fourteen a
thousand four hundred and nine,) the C
births registered during the week ending
July 11th amounted to one hundred and d
-Afty-three-eighty-one boys ard seventy- a
two girls. The average number in the ti
corresponding week of the years 1864 to p
1867, indusive, was one hnndred and sixty. A
The deaths registered during the week- tc
one hundred and one--sixty-two males and an
thirty-nine females. The average number ti
in the corresponding week of the previous It
four years was one hundred and-nine. rn
In the Rolls Court, Dublin, application it
has been made for leave to substitute ser- p
vice of a legal paper, connected with the ci
estate of Lord Avonmore, upon the solicitor mt
of Major Yelverton in Dublin and his so
licitor in Edinburgh, as the plaintiff's at- L
torney, could not learn his address.
There are but four or live prisoners in ci
Kilmainham jail, just now, who are de- at
tained under warrant of the lord lieutenant. u
Edward Hudson Kinahan, Esq., has been it
solioited to offer himself as the colleagne of 1
Sir Arthur Guinness, at the approaching fc
election, for the city of Dublin.
FERMAwAGH. - The well-known and o
famous fair of EaniskiHllen was held on the 8
10th ulnit. The demand in most departments S
was excellent, t. was the supply, with the tl
gxeption of two-year-aolds and springera. a
earling8 sold well in most cases, and at y
remunerative pri-es. From £4 5s. to £6
was the general average.
LmERICK.-David Murphy, late of Lim- tI
erick who was arrested some months since 1l
on thie lord lieutenant's warrant, on suspi
elon of being eonceaed ain treasonable
practices, waedischarged fom Kilmainhem
prson, on the 17th ulnit., by order of the
A "History of Dal-Gals and Killaloe" Is
in preparation by Maurice Lenihan, Esq
proprietor of the Limeeick Beporter, and
author of a history of Limerick.
LOnGFQRD.-A' cortiespondent of the
Dublin Freeman says: A 'foolish rumor
having gained' credenq e hero- that the
Oralgesmen intended to displace the-statte
of the Most Rev. Dr. Cildnuf, which is op
posite the college of St. "Mell, a number of
men paraded the town at the early hour of
one o'clock on the morning of the 12th ult.,
and I regret to say that the windows of
some bf the Protetanutsof the town, who,I 1
suppose, were suspected to be of -the party
who, it is alleged, contemplated the act a
referred to, were smashed. Several of the
parties who took part in this reprehensible 1
affair have been arrested by the police, and a
committed for further examination of the a
entire circumstances. I
LOUTIr.-Mr. W. M'Britney, who was a
lately employed in the Dundalk post-office, i
has, on the recommendation of Mr. Eyre, 1
of the general post.effice, Dublin, obtained I
an excellent appointment in the Kilmallock a
post-office. -By diligent attention to his i
dutiearand uniform civility, Mr. M''Britney
has already secured a position in the public e
service seldonnaccorded to one so young. I
Dr. Callan, county'coroner, has been in- 3
strumental in obtaining the Queen's bounty I
for the wife of Thomas Gartlan, of Dromie- I
kin, who, a few months ago, was confined j
of three children at a birth.
Acting Constable Keating, of the Dnndalk I
constabulary, who was respected by all c
classes of the inhabitants for the unobtru- t
sive manrer in which ho discharged his t
duties for a long series of years, has been i
removed to Carliugford.
MAYO.---Intelligence reached Castlebar,
on the 10th ult., that a fire of a destructive
character "had broken out in a lodge at
Straid, which was expensively furnished.
The lodge is the property of Henry Joint,
Esq., of Ballina.
Mr. George Henry Moore has issued an
address to the electors of this county, in
which he says: Since the will of the people
of Mayo, in sending him to Parliament, was
set aside by the unjust verdict of a l'arlia
meutary committee, he has never, until
now, felt any *ish to re-enter public life.
It must now, however, be evident to every
Irishman that the best interests, if not the
very destinies of his country, may be de
cided, for good or evil, during the next few
years. Thert fore, Mr. Moore is a candidate
lEATII.-A constant reader of the News. ,
writing from Kildalky, describes a remark
able display witnessed at the funeral of a
young girl on the 8th ult. The.deceased, I
named Jane Reade, was the daughteroflum-i
ble but highly respectable parents. The fu
neral proceeded from the village to the old 1
Moudlin burial ground of Trim, a distance
1 about five miles, and the coffin was
borne on the shoulders of most respectably
attired young girls from the ages of about i
fourteen to twenty. After leaving the
chapel, the girls, to the number of nearly
two hundred, formed themselves into line
of procession, each wearing a green and '
crape rosette on the left breast or shoulder t
and bearing in her hand a white wand sur
mounted with an evergreen bough. In this '
order the cortege proceeded, the young
men bringing up the rear.. Your informant
having inquired the reason of the crape and
green being worn, was told that the crape I
was worn as mourning for the deceased,
and the green, being-sbvo all other colors u
to the people of thiaz place, was worn as the a
highest possible token of respect borne to e
the deceased, her preopts, aad'relations.
MoeAOUN.-A desperate riot took place "
between the Catholics and tie Orsiage~ en
in Mo n oan on the 183tlh ., at about the a
oup of v1 . u k . tilde q OOsange- a
men asemmssed tih aly part of the
day at a place £boqt two. tipe tside the
town; andat the hoourjmestined the Mon -
a han brethren were rtuniag as usual,
with tae and,drqm, d 'rps .g ,party e
tunes, which ezxsperated the aIhelfc
party, the consequence ofwhich was that a
featrul riot ensued in the Diamond. and in
Dublin street. Tb Opwgem;ena displayed 'I
their usiul ..vaeo. 'sa retanted to their a
lodge rooms, from the -windows of which of
they discharged a murderous Are upon the ef
unarmed crowd outside, had shot down one h
man dead and wonaded several others. a]
The inquest on the body of Thomas tl
Hughes, who was shot dead in the Orange as
riot at Monaghan, has resulted in a verdict T
of wilful murder aginthe Orangeman, w
.The Irish usst says that Mr. Servatis gi
Shirley, Conservative, son of Evelyn w
Shirley, Esq., Lough Fes Castle, will con- fe
test this county with Lord Cremorne and di
Colonel Leslie. il
Qunur's Couwrrr.-In Abbeylelx before of
daybreak on the 12th ult., a large-body of eo
men from the surrounding country entered w
the town armed with sticks, and took up a of
position in front of the convent and chapel. T
A rumor being afloat that it was intended ce
to hoist Orange flags in the vicinity of both fe
and on the market-house was the explana- un
tion of this extraordinary demonstration. w
It is believed however, that there was no ra
real foundation for such a rumor, and that T
it was circulated to create mischief. The m
police turned out and soon dispersed the cc
crowd, some of them who were armed with w
sticks giving them up quietly to the police. m
RoscoMxor.-The Killina Bcuteh Mill i
has just closed for the season but will be N
reopened for the preparation of the new oe
crop. The Castlenode Mill with a new is
staffof Seatehers, and the Rooskey Mill fe
will also open at the same time, before which gi
it is contidently expected the Strokietown Ix
Mill, in course of erection, will be prepared al
for work. g
Mr. P. Taasfe, of Cloonyquin, exhibited
on the 10th ult., hi the Board Room at
Strokestown, an 'excellent sample of T
Scutched flax, grown by him at Cldonyquin slt
the present seasoi, snadscutched at his mill is
at Killina. -'aklt as a speeimian of this s
yesats general crop it is must encouraging. s
W"ATaro0D.-We understand that the ci
Rev. Roger Power, P.P., of Kill and New- w
town, is at present engaged in making col
lections in this city to assist ip the erection
and completion of the new Catholic Church ml
of Kill in this county.
How TO MILK Cows.-A Warren county,
Ohio, correspondent, who pays he has
milked cows for fifty-eight years, has come
to the conclusion that the best way to man
age a bad kicker is to tie Ihr head to a post,
tie the foot back, and then milk away.
8KEEpLESS WATERMELOIS.--TO raise wa
ter melons without seeds, the. following
plan has been suncesafully~ adopted by a
planter Iii Caddo Pariah, Louisiana. After
the vine is about two. feet long, cover it at
a point intermediate between the root.
After it has taken root where it is covered,
divide the vine between the old and new
root, and the result will be that the melons
will be seedless, without impairing their
POTATOEs.-This crop, at fifty cents a
bushel pays better than almost any farm
crop. With very careless culture it is not
difficult to get a hundred-bushels to the
acre, and with good cultivation twice that
amount is often realized. If it be said,
that the crop has extra risks, we admit it;
but a man can afford to run some risk for
the chances of the extra profit. But the
risk is very much diminished by avoiding j
the causes that predispose the -crop to rot.
The new seedlings, as the Goodrich, Harri
son, Cuzco, andaSebec, with fair treatment,
have very little rot. Abandon the old va
rieties, and plant these exclusively. Fresh
fermenting alanures induce rot. Therefore,
plant on sod, or on land well manured last
year, and manure in the hill with plaster
or with ashes. Avoid heavy wet land and
plant on light sandy or gravely loams, or
on land well underdrained. Plant in drills,
thirty inches apart, and one foot apart in
the drill, and do 4a1 the cultivation possible
with horse power. ti
CITY-BRED FARiMERs.-One of the most a
prosperous farmers in this section was a
city man-I think a painter-who saved a
little money, and bought, twenty or more
years ago, a piece of so-thought poor, sandy (
land, that the timber had all been cut from.
paid about 8500 for one hundred acres.
It is now worth $20,000. When he went on
to the farm, his health was poor, and he _
has never been what is called a "hard
working man," but lie attended- closely to
Dais business. iHe has a tool-house, and a A
place f.,r everything, and keeps everything
in its plice. Everytling i n and around the
house and barns is as neat as a pin, and or
der and system pervade all his operations.
It was thought when he bought the land
that it was " barren." He found, however, S
that it would grow clover, and in this case, -
as in so many others, plowing under clover
made the I:nd rich enough to produce any
thing he liked to sow or planit. I need
hardly say he had a good wite,-one that
intereststed -herself in farming operations,
and was not continually longiing to get
back to the city.
PLANT A GRAPE VINE.-Every farmer
and every one who has a vacant spot of
ground suitable for the purpose, should
consider whetherehe can do better than to
set out one or more grape vines. The va
rities known are now so numerous and di
verse, that it will not be difficult to find
among tiem one whicn snail De appropriate
to the proposed situation,. and bear fruit
which will meet the taste and wishes of P
the cultivator. The care required, espe
cially if the number of vines be small, is
not excessive, and it will. be found rather a
pleasure than a toil to give the necessary al
attention. The growth is comparatively "
rapid-in a few years only from the time
of setting out, ample reward may be ex
pected in the shape of luscious fruit. Be- s
sides, a grape vine which has once attained T
a healthy maturity, is no summer flower,
destined to bloom awhile and speedily die D
and decay; with reasonable care and aver- a
age good fortune, It will last a life time,
constantly bearing lager and larger crops,
and repaying the o ginal investment a
thousand times over.
Paorrs or Eao-RArsmxo.-A correspond
ent of Newtown, Long . Island, gives &
an account of his poultry yard, which we t,
mast abbreviate, in order to find room both
for it and for the lessees which it teaches. F
The account extends from February to De
cember, 1867. Two hundred fowls, fteen
of which were cockerel, were kept. The
egg account runs from one thousand three
hundred and five in Pebratry, worth $60,
aad two thoasaad eight hd ndred and fobrty
three in March, worth 100, to six hundred s,
and eighty-six in December, worth $3430.
Thegreatest number laid in any eae month
was in March-above stated, the least in
Iovember, six hundred and fifty-five. The
reatest nuatber of eggs laid in one day
was one hundred sad seventeen; the leat,
rourteen. The price of fresh eggs, eeived
luring the period named, was from thirty- we
lve cents to sixty cents a dozen. No day
)f the eleven months passed without some
igs being produced; and no month passed
without the production of eggs, the value I
if which exceeded the cotof feed consumed.
the principal feed was wheat screenings,
iorn, and pork scraps. The fowls were I
ed with as much gran as they would eat no,
ip clean twice a day; and were supplied n
with lime and cracked oyster shells, and ca
ranged together over an acre of ground. I
They were housed in three separate apart- C
eants, not well constructed, offering cold no
momfort only in bleak winter weather;
with properly constructed and warm apart
ents one-third more eggs might have
ien laid during the months of February, ca
November, and December. He warns every 1
ne not to engage in this business on a
large scale, without experience and a taste
or it, in other words, a delight for it, g
greater than for any other pursit ; for the l.
io'istant care and pensevertng attention
absolutely necessary to success will be si
given by only a few persons. The great c
rofit of eg-raising lies in having the hes
raywhen the market price for eggs is high.
"o secure this, a good portion ofi the hens
hoild be young. Liberal feeding is abso
lately essential. Animal food should be
ccessible rummer and winter; and pork
tlisasgood an article eat can be gen- E
erally obtaiod. Warm, light quarters i
winter are essential also to eauccess.
Strong as our passions are, they may be
starved into submission, sad conieted, i
without being killed.
CHRARLES D. ELDER,
No. 140 Poydras street, Noew Orleans,
Being Speolal Agent for many Colleges, Convents, and
Academies in Southern and Western States, offers
(gratl)sfabilitles to parents and guardians who wish to
select schools for their children and wards.
Catholic Instttations-may have their collertins and
any other interests falthfully served, by placing them
promptly in charge of this'Agency.
AIdres: Box 2034, Postolico, New Orleans, La.
EN & JLDER, Toma . E
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
nO. i1 ctOMItitCtaL c 'I~AtC.
Front Office-Lower Ploor. m Orlea n
DIL W. L. DAVIS, who has for many years been en.
gaged iln the pra-tice of Acoustic Medicine, as is well
known, truat lie may, without imrprrnniety. t.-t tI that
the reputation he has secured by opening the t, i of the
deaf 8sluil hob laintained.
Dn. DAVIS can be cousulted daily at his office, No. 231
Canal street. on all l)iseases of the Ear, embracing Deal.
ness and kiLtndrd aliliction. m.yiO tf
/MRS. DR. SAMUEL IREYNOLDS,
No. 124 Washington street, corner Constance,
Offers her services to the public for the Core of Cancers.
Ulcers, Bone Felon, Catharrh, Carbuncles, Whit, HSwell.
ile. Scall Heads. and IDropsy. ap.6 if
O PLANTERS AND MEICIIHANTS!
No. Li Conn street, New Orleans.
Constantly on hand, for sale, a large stock of Molasses
Barrels and Ilalf-Barrels; also Hoop Poles for lHogsahead
and Barrela, delivered at lowest market prices, by
mbS 6m o B. T BEIRKRRY.
GREAT EMPORIUM OF LIGHT.
No. 13 Dauphin street. near Canal.
The SEPTOLINE Oil. COMPANY are now offering
this non.explosive bunting oil and all lamDIM ani buh'reS
at gleatly redulced prices.
1o not failt to try this oil, which is destined to super.
sde all others.
E. M. HIOOPER, General Agent.
J. P. CROSS, Patente. .y15 Im
ONLY GOLD MEDAL 1804-
GUSTAVE VOtII HOFE,
Manulacturer of UI'IItIT PIANOS, 5t07 Magazine
street, New Orleans.
Every new Piano sold, is warranted for five years.
C AIIPET WAIIREOUSE,
19............ CHARTRES TRRET..........19
A. IROUSSPEAU &CO., Importers, offer at lw prlces -
CAIIPETINiS, English and Americanu of all kinds,
FLOtRli, Furniture anti EnuamelI II. CLO)TIIS.
IATTINIG-.tn rolla China, luu pices Cocoa.
WINI) W SIIADI)ES, Table and lPiano (Covers.
CIIIUMII CIrOTHS, Drngget, Linen, Felt.
CUIITA INS, Ltcers, Repl, Worsted, Damask, etc.
FURiNIrURE COVEM.tIU, Linen . and Cotton,
COIN ICFS. ans. Pinds. etc. myl7 3m
Noe. 100 AND 102 POYDRAS STREET,
Near St. Charles, Now Orleans.
hAIBLE MANTELS. MONUMENTS, TOMBS, AND
Cabinet, Pier, and Plumlor Slabs made to order.
N. B.-Marble and Brick Toenbs built after the latest
designs, and execute in a workmalnhke mansner and as
cheap, if not cheaper, than by any other MLarble estab
lisnmoent in the city._
JAMES J. JONES,
PAVER, FLAGGER, AND GRATE SETTER,
Pays particular attention to Edging and Concreting
HResidence-Corner St. Andrew and Laurel streets.
Orders left at the offuice of the UMoisuo STAR will be
promptly attendled to. wnyl7 ly
VINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER,
WINDOW SHADES, ETC. .
A large and well selected stock of the above goods -e
always on band and for sale at greatly reduoed prices at t
the paint store of
fe9 l No. 11t Canal street r
L'-LOAT'SELLIPTIC SEWING MACHINE. "
TRIIUMPHANTAT THE LOUISIANA STATE PAIBI
I am sllg them sw at the vr low pies of IFsTY
DOLLARS. and with eachr wil throw in one of MeCalls
Royal Char to tt tt Ldes Dresse at the Gnat
,othes r dea and ablet o Stem
Thi am 1.. lDEICrL Cwa stret.
ATR.W WARD, FURNTURB AxD BA
peIeween Thgst, sdo and Iput up il ermea v
Tstoee. T CTRO 8am priL Camt
Torhe s itel C.~l$tnn mr i atmet berh
**-q a 1 pernum InaY ae Ir
no oar w AND r W Ileala DIeLDa IN a
DR-. Y GOODS.. a.
No . P ea , sad Ie Magsia. str eet
fe2 ly - New Orlem,
HOPE INSURANCE COEYt ON NEW ORLEANS
oes-Ne. O~street, ser Csmm..
Thfioms N. Bke, C. W. Beadbry. Aug. Coste., b
reli tt Decree, Thee. . Miller, Hy. Peyeaud. b
ENIRY E. SA RP
es. 147 aud 10 EAST TWIiITY.SOO-D STRET, hi
Between Third aid Laziagt Avemsaso.eo
apl ly New YorR.
TO THE CATHOLICS OF NEW ORLEANS. to
TEE NEW O3JLUAN G URDUIN STA. w!
For esveral yess it has been a matter of atonlahasat
sot to sofa o nf huilatlon, that In the mtropolis of the
3tooth, with a Catholic comnity like our numerous, T
ntellirett and truly religious, there w oas notn sle n
=tholI 1p aper in Eu ldh. Admlttinthat such a paper
ioan our aity_ teeeraetu, we ontend, with the ap. hi
tart a WeelEy Enuglis paper, mainly devoted to the In
es-ts of the Catholie Church, which will be called the
'NEW" ORLEANS MJD][IiNiR STAR AND CATRO tu
-or the intellctnul and material department. we have
bhoes men of f ad talent, able editors, ud ex is
perLnoed manaers, thoru hly devoted to the Ctholic ct
The "MORNING STAR" will be printed In qoarto a
To prevent Ial failare, and to oeanutee the pemra. ."
neany o4 the undrtaking, It willh bbaed on a Joint t
lock company, admiaistered according Io the awe .1 -i
tbe amountof One Hundred Thesadls il, i ai
.ive T1hon d Shar ef T.wearty Domlb er hr is
ne-malfof eacb to he plad c . h_
The whole management will be anGer n b 8 e n Ie
tha et ,r.rohoshep three lapin haelhes
the ommittee. ,A s e a
Thre ev. Pa ear e invi to rad ml. pam l
Shave opened a brnch of my SODA WATENi
MEAD, and PASThY BVSINESS. at
7............. ..CANAL STREET......... .......g
letwcwcen Chartres street and Exchange Place.
The price of my Soda Wlator and Mead will be Tern
Cents a GlasM, (large glassa) same as at my odl-stand, 82
St. Charles street.
I sell no alcoholic beverange under the name of Ror-.
gnac Syrup, or any othier disguise.
myl7 InITOH McC'.LOSKRy.
T R'\EST TUlPIN, WHI1OLEsEALB MANUFaC
turr of 8tsk Candy, Fancy Candles, CCheslate*
Cream .r;n, S _ugar Alondas, Hook Candy, Jujube -
-'-atn.., (Ga Drops, and Syrup, .y etam. Intporter of
lFrrlnch O)rnmnstt.. such as Cupidl, Flowers, Gum
Lea.ves., tDanphin. Decorated Toys, C-sagqans, aney
Iapersn for (I aeke Stands or Bouquets, Cartounagos, o
FatIv Buoxxs I;r Chriatnua or .New year l'acn, ntts,Cur.
Iuroeolans, etc., ere.
Lo. 93 ......... OLD LEVER STTRBET.......... o. Ii
letwcn St. Louis anl Conti streets, ~eow Orleans, La.
nw 0 se az~oxrt mat~~ro
NEW ORLEANS CATHOLIC PUBLICATION OONtU
Pariah of Orleansa, City of ow Orleans. l
ltE IT KESOWN THAT ON TllS DAY
,f in the yearof our Lord one thousand
el"lltlundrel ad slty"eight, and of the independence
ni the United States of America the ninety.easend, be
fore me. Wau. Juserhb stutl. Ndrltlo dt
arih of Orlesuan, mtate uof Looisiana duli comIm dfonrt
and qualifed, and In the presence ftlew tnesea herein.
after amed aund undersingnl. personally came and ip
peared, the parties herei.. ter named ad u-ndersigne
.ho declare that, availing themselves of the roviseon
of the statutes of Louisiana relativeto the organihation
of crporatuons, they tdo, hy ,hese presents form them.
selves nlute and constitute a cerporation for tihe following
speritiedn objects and under the following stipulations.
The olical name of the corporation shall be the Nw
Orleans Catholic Pubilcation anampany.
The bnsiness and legal domicile of the corporation shall
be in the City of XeNw Orhieans, ubject to removal only by
a voto of thireeo-urths of the bona tide stuck holders
with the consent of the President.
Thie oljert ofthis company l topunlllish a ncwapapr ,
tIe City of New Orleans and make such otlhr pubbliea.
tious as onay afterward e deemed advisable by the
The Vice President of the Cumpany is the officer on
whom, na such, citations may be served, and in who..
name suit will e brought.
The Caplital Stock of the Curlpration is fixed at One
lundren TloMsaund (l00,o00o,) l)ollars. in liv,, Thousand
Sharms of Twenty Dollars each. one half of each auh.
scrliption to be alid at the tilne of signing, anl the re
matinhweerwhaervnccallhl inn by thIe harnd ofl)Lnrectors, at
any tinme afteraixty days shnall have ellaplsc from the re.
cornlding oif tlhe act ofitnllOrlratinon, provided said remain
der may In puaid at any timan., voluntarily ly the stock.
holdnlr, witlmnnt nany oai of the Ilard, entitling him to r
This Corporatlon shall commence nperations.an reen as
Two l iShllna.l iiha'rs of the Capital Stock in sob
seribed, and i tniOnlitely tlhereafter the Stockholnlrs
may ncot and elect la lerttnaf the IBoard of Directors.
Directors must be stockholders; each share of stock
subscribed seail he entitled to one vote. Stockholders
may vote in person or by proxy of another stockholder.
In cae it shoald beome necessary to plce this rorp
ration in liquidatiun, there salla be aplminted by bhe
Board of IDirecturs, some one of their nunlmber who shall
treese t them. and whose signature shall be binding on
the Conay, In soehnpaiety.
No stockholder will be held respomnsihle for any liabil
ty of the Company beyond the amount of his stock.
There shall be no sale of stock withont oonsent of th
lesa approved by the Board.4
ATICL a .
The Iist Psident of the I ~la of Directors shall be
the Most oRev. Jean Marie Odin.
The Board of Dlrectora shall consist of, besides the
Presiadent: First, four members who shall be Cler-gymen.
and who shall -be named by the Preident. and seon
three other members to be elected by ithe steckholhe
The Directorsof the rsat class shall be appointed and
removed by the PresidM.ent, a taheir e lld wit
others appointed by him, an ts l a he shall w
itnithout any respoaaibillty in a w Ua~son h t
the stockholders, or ayn sebjetion ssees ir-'d,±
The .oJct of tis .artitl is i marem i thahaZdsei h
Preasident, the mpe atrol of the nwaspa er a id
th- generaul bwuses dIe erporatte beav ba hm
sa Rtto exercise it
The thre Diress of eeesd sm d* a dbeelaetd
tb0 n. eo a Un. veto" ko Vl00 lmdu tod0
-b asl d ..ledeeaea eleetie. to be heldaas Iy ia
tieono Deenaet(aftsrihe last seoteeei e mnash
aly~ ay be appointed by the BoldDlesaK
wha ef do Hops ob be iven ot thb esewaape ee!!
Ai55a8 Hiloel sla each. har eof
d" suturetd to rase vote. and eh at ea d ooa
vets, sade Ltchee ma y Iretain
This r ans seedtisn KfThree Dti seseeen a b Hen
onl mode in-whihSosoes, an sWe b m iwels any
esy. inte osrel at he p. er oi er sb vo
.~~mm m_'-.mm i
'N member of the B" rd ofI DirUets tshral esive amy
pay twe hiaerdees, mar shal lho hold ny the els wt,
mplaymsat the paper fer which he will reesovesa
gy-rabeePrisse ung"~ a~w ai emen~oa ed
The Pea .ihsflhy hld hi o h s aýat his due
ve lonaur rrnat.ion
Upon a cany is the emou PrsslsKeessars a Pa
sitharot these two modes, has sncosesserehal be elseted
by the Irectors of the est clas, se many of the as
mr tea bease, D lrtagarn ab ! e f ae emca
of the Pr Pesait1 his placs shallahe la ll aby mse
the three irectoa of the st hir a hershll ppsnoa
The Be ad f Illresterehell haveeti esarl of the
bins of -Cpan. Tehy shhll TeyhLr edire or
n rd employees of t hi new pa an lx clash ens
c Htd tme of blitihtodn o this itaywoss
t power to by material aged mak ý y d
I iet . i coadct oeginmaa sAcoeh a se, tAt .
Il. They lmy coavke meLetings of s d
whenever desirable, and declare divideadsat
Thisacctaay be mended by a voted the steokhloderm
ro effoct this there mest he cant in favor of add amend.
ment tlwo-tlhirds of al the vetse eititled to be cast sac
chars representing ne vote, Said amendment e"t
have eena pro osed by the rd of Di rs ad rg
proved by the PresidentDrcr5ada
The term for wh~ch ttsCorporation is formedg eRh
Shourld anL ecklholdsv rei~se or eglect topae.a~s
:sally his or lestla~·Jnen an the same fsiso deeruiie
at the rate .1 eight per esnt, per an~nu shall -;e adde
herto from ma~turity natl payment sad if letachL
soder refuses, or nertloat to ay hi o er IsIsimant
ahre or hars upon _whis; Tanyu I m ak j? K
to ho sou~l at au~otatla wethrwi an the Bosd me, dms
Tho. doen and yese im my offce at Nearw riss
sforsaitd the day, month, and year frst store wrisrn~
sign ther wed slh rthi ul hohes·· 1,it -
Ne Ytay, aflar due reeding of these preserr.
* r NOw Qtzu. Jansey, t.U
u aF~tJdicisl Wstrlet. Par of Cetum
hereb eeetItyn that I hava ihathee.
~C ing Charte of ths New OrleansnsJ ~ s
sad thatIfind aothial~awiaamses I ~
* DIstrict letrmey lb C~ire.Jude
*. lI ODIN THOAS~ J. SMITH, . V.
N I ERbiE JHN .Dll
lAMBS O'DoWDii THOMAS KISMET
U.J ATL, U. B. LAn CAIH'~