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Murray Akandoll,. 21 North street elfat.
The petitionssam were rotr at the reentf leo- trl ton, and in their petition theyf charge Ibery a and tofrupt ion Cosa--The Skibbereen correspondent of e Cork Herald, -under date December 15,-says : Mr. C. D. OSuliv·a, of Calibornia, has forward- e ed a check for -20 to his fnd; Mr. Me~girie, of this town, for the p rpose of being-discrriu- m ted amongst thepoor of Skibbereen at the ap proachin Christnas. ItJis not the firt time I t had thne leasure f heooding othere acts of bet evolence and m enerosity towardsthe poor at the hands of thi am-heartel ~UIt lb, bo th is an honor to the oeodtry of his ith, w r as to that of his ado op. .eon C e Isb e T.ebtt s wasm never so dull as at p emet. J .'the r : i soneWart C h stm hetreesoflhe lobe throsnged wth _ sounio¶tr .. ng bowlmay be pyed anywhere, without t fear of hitting any on Aeh The To rap sd, of tKhoe 19th lt., e tie st old, line in our impression of yesterday oty oE the death of Ie, . T. Muirphy, P. P.,Bai dri . wr wthiroe fort-troe year-d rm ieofn- p ary 0 priest; of t ee, twenty ye .rn petos T parih priest. During that loiio he never awakened ien f ty while, ohatbe other hand, e .he aroused for se the warmest feelings of tw gratitude and p tfetedon. The Mitohelatown Board of Guardians have (on the motion of oe J.'Therry,.., second- t d N by Capt. FaVarR)'f fi P.P t o-ment that, in l eo thevent l the agedo oi the established charm, all the .lacalable pro oeds' he applied to the reduction of the pbor rates. A branch of the Sisters. of Mercy was etab lished in Kanturk on the 8thult. with "ttig Ro --eremnonie. .. Ore, DaN. .-The followingproIrttyý was recent' ten ly sold in the Landed Estates Conrt,)Dbin, as tad estato of W:tMorrison: Twe farmmes ofthe lands r " of Ternlapn and Khlmore, sitats ain the beroiy of Cooloc, held under two leases Lot --conr taming a. t. 9io statnis tmeasre" lses for in, three lives, at a yearly rent of r£7. ..eoldto bee Mr. Peter O'Malley, Woodlandi, for £100. Lot thi --containing 47a. 3r. 7p., statute- measure; i lese for thirty-one years from the 25th of le ope,6 '1850; yearly rent £96 17s. 6d.. Sold to K Mr. MsDer hott, in trust, for £440. th The Irish 1.me. says that William Carleton, ma the novelist, is now completely prostrated by s the disease from which he has been sti'ering ed for some years. Mrs. Cody, who, some months ago sustained are injuries by falling into a sewer, opened for re- br pair and left unprotected, sued the Dublin cor- am poration for damages. methe jury awarded her a th verdict of'£lr20 and costS. tho Do tEsA;a-Very Rev. fugh McFadden, P.P., pto V. F., dnied at his residence, Glena, Faloarragh, h county Donegal, on the 11th unit., ast the age ofi 73 years. lie was born at a place called Cash el, a reit ote but beautiful locality on the sea t h board of Donegal, and in imnoucdiate proximity he to one of thosef tile fortreisses (Doe Castlre) 1"' whilono the lordly palace of MSwiuey, of Tyr- ge eonncl (bMacSuibhue nat Tuath of the districts). wo From an early age ie vwas dedicited to the de priesthood, rand in 18026 entered MIaynooth Col re e in coojunctiou. with the present pariah bl priest of Ki llbegs, the Rev. Mr. Stevens, and In among his conteiporaries in college was its ei present distinguished 'and well-known Presi- H dent, Dr. Russell. He was a splendid Irish C: scholar, and had several Irish manuscripts in a preparation for the press, including a new edi- E. ionof the Irish Catechism, which, it is to be t hoped, ia yet be published. He generally ad- e dressed his congregation in the ancient lan gage of ireland, whioh is still cultivated anti C generally spoken in all its purity by the Celts in of the wilds of Donegal. Ot FRERANAGH.--The Fermanagh Mail says : Last year Sir J. Emerson Tennent caused the walls and the tower of the Parish -Church o Tempo to he embellished by covering them I with ivy, planted on all sides. Theeffet gave t so much satisfaction, that, this year, Sir Emer son had the other places of worship in the vii lage, the Presbyterian meeting-house and the Roman Catholic Chapel, ornamented in the sameh way, much to the gratification of their re speetive clergy and congregations. But not so the Protestant cogregation of the church; for on finding what d n done for the chspei and the meeting-house, the stripped theivy ff the walls, tore it up by the roots, and ang E it oat of the church yard. A petition hs been lodged againathes retnrn to Parliament of John Henry .Viseount Crih ton, for theborough of Enniakillen. The peti tioners are George Kitson and Thomas John- - stone, both electors for the borough of Euhis killen. Tie petititon charges brbery and cor-t ruption. c OALwkv.-It is announced that disturbances c recently took place in the neighborhood of 6 SShlannon Bridge, Galway, on the oecason of serving notices of ejectment upon several ten- e ants ofArchbdeacon Btson. Thetenantry bav- c uing previously resisted the service of the no tices, a body of pollee, between eighty .and tinety strongwas called to sist the land lord. Thqpie were assailed with a vare of mlisllesbut the notices were served by be _- iu ailed aPonthe oeeas. A pttitionhas been lodged against the Ie liamentary return of VO Hinnt St. Lawrence dad Sir B Bleneerhassett fe thea borough of Ga l way. The ptlooe m la_. G lovern, seicito, ad, in addition to thin .ary grounds, pristly intimhlation, i _td _ as. rasont Kusar.--tt a late AnnsaaL petty sesswla, a nuamber of person ilncinngtwo Catholic cler gymen, the~e. Msewi.s_.d the .v. r. Beligan, were prcaseats_*wtems sad riot on tm rop rty oflI. alocal proepre ,,o. It-appeared th g. * went on a portion b'ofr. Mihd adjoining the sea shore, leveled a saiqdeurt a road from a certain point down to the shore. The defense was that these proceeding.t *ere taken to asstet a publie right, and re-opon a road formerly made by presentment over the same gromu, to give the publie access to the sea shore. The magistrates decided on sbe snitting the case to the Law Adviser for the ,., Crown. On the 10th nIt. Right Rev. Dr. Moriarty, Bishop of Kerry, consfrantd the new Roma~n Catholic Church at th• Tralee Workhouse. His Lordship was assisted during the ceremony by the Very Rev. Dean Ms, . P-P. While recently out wwalkg with Lord Cas tlerosse, in his deme, the Catholic Bishop of Kerry was very ner beingprecipitated into the .river Dinagh, by the breaking of a haid-.r1t ing of a bridge against which he wa sm ianng• But that Lord Castleresse seired him, he would have been immersed in the waters beneath. The Dublin Irihmen, of l)ecember 19, says: The LondonPclLMalUCaretitcba got some by whic he uceeed in-srLid Ja- rye the eo inty of- ilit ey. .He is'`ade to 1 clfden,tbe Lady .Liutoenant bsia Nitstit. A the Vis ounten Hlldes.The L., jS.I oer, who was .the eompi n.f, the Lady if- wit dea'eistoj rn t Go wZL.S tl.' dnrin the paet as summer, is his Exze leobsttre. si I l ear, it may be add el otnef the for Kaw.as..-A.Masps snt pondent, alludi to I the mildness of the season, s Mr. all Gray, of Nass, basusome ripestraw Doagtabew; p air lebi tuska l'Tho sa ,lastAopi, thma d alsorin sei Ps98iberlsutauldna la @putpttonlcitly woei suited for forcig, as the writt s Ilre. aut :.U4 SLsex-.-- DrEa, igh one oat the Coro ers for the countyof Limenok, held an inqusto on tho 18th allt#, c 4mlo s, nearl Askoaton, on ,ne g of girl fonr eay old, named'Ell M.eakill who ded on thaty -day preiousy,.-' a " - r' oq.ofP ugaddyilmallock, recentlyy AI twenty-five yearsseven of which were spent P mom en-t.ta o n v e - . , ' I lm,--DrCa1, c a a stly held an inquest PI Satthe mills of on thbody of a bey, an & . greats "oidarn I'nmdP ok Smith the as only app ot is lnaiIln there, who Was found sti drowned in the river l M . wrath. -The lad had gone fishing, sd probably ieoidental~ y in) siippedinto the weir at t at e. - - -Ao.- The Mayo EZ.m says: Father th I RonnMne, Ohe odetatig ;elergyman, at twelve of o'lock ]as on Sunday, December 13, drewit tention to the petitieon whih would be submit- A Sted for sign pying the Government to if Srelease theers. Ittls unnecessary w willing thatthe petition, rgoeived tie willing i f thgnature of te entire eon'ggstIbn.. It ii stitl r In course of signature through the town. The a beest expression of the feelinuK of thep ple on It this m' ant Shd imperati"ve tte given Sin the eloqnent and vigoronepeo plea representative at the Ballina banqaet. o These memorable words will be followed by the action of that liberal and patriotic Irish i, man in the House of Commons, where his Y speeches and opinions have already been listen. g ed to with effect. Mr. Blake, late candidate for the Parliament d ary representation of the county Mayo, has e- brought a suit for libel rgainst the Mayo Ex r- anminer. The Dublin Nation, commenting on G a the fact, says:. It was only the other day that Ji the public, and his own particular friends es- I pecially. were gratified by the news that Mr. Blake had, like a sensible gentleman, given up V ,f his prosecution against one of the oldest, Sableat, and most respectable of the Irish una t tional journals-the Mayo Telegraph. Surely, I y he is not about to visit vengeance on the young y ,.) journal i It would be a small act, and alto r- gether unworthy of Mr. Blake, who would (1do w). ell to let the recent election bury its own wo dead. ,1 MloNAGIAN.-The tenanltry on the Castle sh blayney estate received each a copy of the fol (l lowing notice respecting the votes at the late ti elections: "County Monaghan election: Mrs. ,i_ Hope will take it as a favor if you attend in sh Castleblanuey, on Monday next, the 23d inst., in and record your vote for Col. Leslie and Mr. S. Ii- E. Shirley. The poll opens at eight o'clock in be the morning, and closes at five o'clock in the 4. evening. By order of Mrs. Hope, B. G. Brooke." n. The Dundalk Democrat, in commenting on it, sd calls it "a most insulting document," the send Lto ing of which,by landlady or agent,was "a gross outrage to the feelings of the tenantry." - Mar Tn.-During the proeee of elearing away h weeds etc.,rin the ancieat churchyard in Trim, hea tom btone no less than 360 years old. was re o cently come upon, which has attracted much ye interest amnqgist the antiq.uarian. It bears thefollowing uaripption : " Jac". o.rrr er i ard, deeortoradoer ctor, tU, eotead Aonm rctor, ip- obt rt. Feb. Ass DoDomi M D T I ." he Thpeculiar duties-6f John Ward as " dsorto he ru esocor in coinection with the Trim Par re- Churrch, appears to be a puzzle to all the o parties who viewed the stone. r TIPPERARY.-The Lord Chancellor has, on the p recommendation of Lord Linsmore, Lieutenant ri of the county, appointed Henry John Murray, SEsq., of Glengar, to the Commission of the Peace for the county Ti pperary. Wxhr oao.--The Waterford News, of De sh- cember 19, says: Our fowl market, during the current week, has been largely supplied, and n- much business has been transacted. Upwards os- f 6000 geese and turkeys were purchased for I o the London markets, asd shipped b our prin cipal dealers. Prices ranged as follows: Best ces cock turkeys, 10s. each; beet hen, turkeys, 4s. of Od. each; best geese, 5e. 6d. each. of An inquest was recently held in Ballybrick en- en, by Dr. Gore, Coroner, on view of the body Sv- of earman named John Cuddihy, of Ferry no- bank, who died in the Leper Hospital. Deceas ed ed was driving a railway float past the old ter ad- miens of the Waterford and Limericklailway, sty ad while umping off to stop the horse, his e o- n was caght and he received a fataloonta sion in the hij from one of the wheels. Pr - Wmro.--A New Boss correspondence, Snd dated December 19; says : In consequence of Sal- the long-eontinued rtin the -river Barrow has tor, :.bo greatly ooded- by the streams from the ad., neanslt ne athe low lands along the coarse of eon th river. It lhasu overliown its banks, dolig em severe AJury to felds; but as fart as I have heard no injury has resulted-to lif or propert in even plaoe ewhere the public sewers are d :- jacent to the rivers. The water has at high Mr. tide for&ed itself up through them, returning riot when the tide went out. eel Wzcxoww.-Eightj]iudred and twenty tone ntof r from the (Yb fl mipes,- were shipped at LanKingtown duing the week ending Deem aere Resie of COstllo .WIth.-In the reent die an a astrons the Ngutuo-te-manu, in New Zealand, an occasion the occurred for a Cathollo priest to exhibit how sub- little the fear of death could ipnuenoe him in the the disceharge of his sacored duties. The Wat gastt 21mes says: Through the rapid river, arty, waist deep, along the weary foreat track, aeross man ominous looking clearings, where at any mo His ment avoley from an ambush could have swept y by our ranks, Flher Roland marched cheerfully and manfully, ever ready with a kind word or Ca- playful sentence to any man who passed him. opof And when at last. in the clearingeor Te Ngutn o the o-te-mann, the storm of bullets barst upon s, r - he did not wait in heoritar for men being brought to him, but ran with the rest of us for l warlagainst the enemy's position. o soon s . any man dropped, he was by his side; he did says: not ask, "Are you Catholic or Protestant," but emI kneeling, prsyed for his last words. • souse of i, b Jelly:,), t.il_ , tA-es the ;em rk 3 l _.. ..'.tt,' Meatt.w P e.. nice slices; la i of ! l aeryd a ppes ,of butter, . ?- sa our, an covw itwith p sr oMrea ot potao s. Hok t.te o f -a) Another, mIos fo cold boisd.-t.: dsh, with? theromainesf the samd Capers, a little peppr, alt, ander ipt e et sptwietdk g 401 pas with .pos( e . e K ases.Pa two. T JO.. ._ hla ofU hour. soun f. wl[. Moto be l. M. Mer. e. i e ra hi sti ia aor,ar kiwi slaite. r ore, ang, at -r nitfl yone dishe- ,taDeam the topmnae Po iier auerd (made the som an. Apple Pat twtr..· ve b $art. applessin, pu a on iy white' il E lSC U ELIHllG GOODASTERT S giIT 4 aNto the appes; beat smf , a id . i the r b.se ndi tO.)wDYlst, a Sstiff snIw, Mad turnJO s Fode rtWsElL M. D omrner DI:nit ".oa stre of t. Gmaik ainHd aosto il me; iLgeken orikr a "the to .Ciank, smooth-ae, OthaHoeurothieo thigs, R besse, and . . i o rthe milk ýwan it$ bull s;;T0 D~ tenai old cht cream sad white uhli ue ýhis i ys a ate and'hesi tpisdding, and hyiSbtItdld, if one wisrhes, it. Dyour msisd an ook R water b attiha thi lIga,an4d then; E itwlllcome ot very nice o ,.. l, 1 1SCELIE SOUS AVOR TSEOMEJITS. F MUTUAL LIFE INSUBaANCE COMPANY .(of St Lami. MOOurDY) LOUISIANA AGENCY : c No. 3 Story uili . IB. SIME13...................Setretay and Agent. rNZDICA. uArIJse: p W. G. AUSTIN, M.D.. JOS. N. EOLWELL, M.D. t' NK1E ORLEANS DI3ZCTO5S? Gov. C. U. Mouton Judge E. T. Merrick, Messrs. F. H. i, elir . C. Chieo,. Junes Jnckson, Octave Voorhies. Thee. g Fitawiliam, I. S. Mors , and R. B. tinmes. o All kinds of Life Policies Issued by this Com pany. d13 a`C ,-IS EXCELLENT SHIRTS FOB HINR DOIL.AJS, - Ama nd ry.a Dees tlse of MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS~ Equally Cheap at S O. N. M OODY'S, '1 Corner of CUanl aend Royl streets. Nt u . h he nt he Winte Hoei.sr. reseas GHndt dsrts nd chie. UabreUHis. Ol d Tolaet-orti ehssiaIeeasy I da at loepreat MOOR)T'S Grnite Stre0 aederiCaaaa on a I 1 e i rt , B - . R. jTa la. 137 .. .........Poydas Street ............l 137 ok- New Ogrs, Deewber tOrlesa1. dy friends, a ubhiteel stresseesXnip ry. hisnstab t 8 istrw betoe lest a* Pad St Chalr a·bannonbL bsT i to 8s11 Crese Seew lintsa ma per RAM an P.s at dGd- raes.1 am Lo eso ast w rs bu, PESSES from tclred a h. geeLDegsnt < Wellerad . e eork.*-. T uaes·lgesd tau . 585 t to s ubrtorsre'ýpas with t f Lvster, 600L to*oeres e sbem e'e. imeasos the l d* tor - a I~W - ý . age at - HewTeak ._.4 .'....:..p....... . f i.ý. s •aser t no'~r oi . rc. xo0 n. School, ~ench and hua--V'oa and wi be dded. Parents and guaridiss weaol do "to ~av- t«oer fla dean and w ads present at th g of the bihool, D. o e e . " Pen are e i in ave. 7tablih nt, for yeun ladie and entIlomen. will o0e1 - athesameItme - 1r a of the t bnWinr e ruWfl oils 6 mee 1 a tifuy ten the shoot S - d TRM Tudrn the 5Dirnecione of a4the Rev. C.e. RU Tes iehool wid b le oinened o n.ehbornep no .ee , 1,munder phaovreceio aistreath sba 0 comentf teachehsmthr sOsr Pmther wellmthesin ac st. ose ltse. aMndt T teeK s WeLo . " I andit te itr ebranes theret.oaC oru inN. I, Scho unelrte r h abo diretin, Vo sted by a -, ares"n ad t r. d t ei dre ande wl pese nt rak e gaof the sch.. ooa hilden d w d p esent at the on oth....... s... o..o Et. Payments areto boade invariably In edvance. r _ead M. JOVIAN, Superintendent.. Tho Crersent Night School, attaihed to the ab el yo tabllehtnt, for youngladies and gentlemen, will open oSnthr-s tustitutlea.eIonducted by the Brothers ol the Sacred heart. has been In succeesful operation sine . 8 .. I..... a...........ly s...tuated n the shore of the affording all the dvantag of the breeze. maeets tObeaihful amusement. The delghtful situation of Bay St. Louis and theoll. Swell kown that oliaOpassing ce of thesetdve , *Leredoae moral nee f te pups nd habitsofpoftSic yeneda, and aidut. end endso the last T theursa ofaNovembetm Iee hoEimlastsleutt sstaa weeks. sta SPupilsear mseeitd Matny uis"f the Yo dThe n ae Thessslefeducailea thahe a is taughtt in oard end Tuitic, pbr session, payable hellt isi Baddisa, esaon, (optionali...............10 60 Doctor. U . .. .... ..:.. . ........ S..... s - ".-......... 5000 Vacation,if pet.at theinsttution... . OS l, Plans and Violp, per m uth, esach.,............. O sty ase ef Piano, per month. ...................... ..............th. ..._........-. .v, 40OS St, per month.......... 10 besmsetNiewn b e o..ud with twelve shitis, twelve pocket hau ýýer4hie".. ~ W; e par s=-k ax 137 WaLrfs r ' i-n, plo -ep anrsnr--anap loo., fTourwZoLotr lko~tp. olt pair suter p law osses, Shee uoin st`e s bar. eew t it of .. thir seasor mum- ___ , , stissa 1 Bay 6000 M oaytss0 .in*i.ee, , f the ise quth ern l aeek, New Re:. lhthber Jeordo. /r~ 5nr L 0 ~ ~ ~ rto~eS· .Oreans.. +t . samele ws' .a Angastn. "t ,-e ..w Wigoht in _. Iad i s nsttt psia mao. as. ts> sI AomU so tohe a.,nsily ogs 1 tis s oeos Uaset tousao s m.sa e ta newy en... e. &ASd WOsOa Oet psm re. .eat _. Dbrae s we os, e Arithme tic, byaoa api * tlt ute ot O ald mta -o , Embian pa s an whtiHe r iý of polit e w 1i t ne s Th e rdI am sips -nofg .tte aturn. ityh n, Cathorl l Theping ft he parns era. are a - butr the sate of od s ad regulari; ", c.·erobat t. aeryi ye aretoia e owerad r ste. ft -nsowihtati --,etoipd h . u for the sake obf paner leaver no.rot.. fo..r. thobge o secuare io uare so e.rithehl............... 1puil t bi sotionerut . .sue .....t.... o ... 9t t study. In sickness, teye cons.a.........ntl a.....tted. ed by one of the Sisters .................. neessary te in iedate attendance Won possible, timely ntic............ oen is giertoprins neyand _____ 7VITiION 2 SThe sutem of education em French and / nglih nasage. The brance of.. the corse ares j/ the Glher andP Poetical- ompl o, Hintoe ad Ancient ana hinilorn, Sacred and Profae-Chronl ugye Y tosle PhtlosopBy Chemiastry. Astronomy, Botany, n 3ook-kepteng, MatIpematics, etc. Mott, Drawing, *I•hi s nshtouseenten i e te of llto th eenu mo t ...... . .......... ......... r - De 00 tn. Pinnd tirs meeta soedlst w Tontr, eb roua.. y Artio rlo etc. aMd mat Com too ioLºMird tl ·l i - soa sd Tumod Itionneekodal pne0rnd tS montha.tionry, ...... ...... ........-2000 tm s onthe " Ptiao, pe atr..... ............. !.00 a. Vodoal Plow. ... . .. I 00 Stn toole fr the y aiyrsym ab led by.. .a pe- Ba5 folrly· teoer srocued Shen a 5 00 ir which yttea bhyolethn te the parsuls and 0o0 iardians Besides. mootl usurts of cudaet and oil .todies are uead in the pressnos of tecberssadjpLs. i00 is ce toSZOtt5 a landalite soulstln, and dire 1ce awarded according to merit. At the close of the annual 1j cooue. hbout the ne of Julythbe di IsIbIen of pre miums takes place. Letters of invitaiton sos sent to Sthe rants guardLans,jLd relatives of the poni also 10 to te frien of the Iuslion, whoeslonesarnemtod i O to attond. Studdheu.i.as c thxutmeo October. S0o No deduction of quargly p1»mesat Is made, even for i I0esinst0 fosntrathims0 the P Board and Wsshingurting vaoealoa.....»..:..A46 0 the, r. ~.2hl~;;r~t l~ii jl~~l~~rYtao.