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range they :in s
ublst ide the eye. of their
:was-Wtill gton the sge . We ,could only
-,wmrds the rear of the ball, t na perhapst
t teg evendleiogght to nhave spoken ai
tle leder. It msbe remembtereingd, how
eVer, t n the n-fril deldeff ee of youndg 1
'mig je isthth ps eet ir hard to overwome. it
T.. _ne.--It anppeohr toiohat these ai
dom. foreTb gner have winally entered o
s -pea ptc on ore stgreet., ancd lwe msy
phresmare that thi advae guard t
Syuneedel . :oget by quite sen army
ie, tithi e astae people, and ardd e o very
-mas inclined. to ars ue from the ov me o
'remises as the Irishm&an pipa. Tha mth- Wri
ter of this frigable animal had but to pull o
the tall in the direction precisely
ropsumite to tht, dea one, and the pig
wauesto tesah tho point cunningly o
-tended by he owner. The the Chinese
r. .se s e were it not for the hm peisgent and
.them oau , Te recent outbreak of the a
e. to the~.ie of their Amereian mania.r,
l-qy. very naturally wasue has vy tiney are t
w ted there, i is noffer their beneft, and 10
t hegy wons momen; bt af they are not woat- p
.e4.th. Tbso is not iriselo hsple and Ca
wa wll put), and they are. bound to o
e The raea contraries is lrfectle t
lot.·~:tin some easC, i
wIn this view of the ease, Messrs. perhapr
Better l .desog the woat pokible at
omer t h nporgladiffeon o these people.
These hinvteretse a hr of the South have d
Tan ides that Cbsee laborg woueld be ~n ost
prolstabyts hing for our hetion, and tend tof
tme immedate recaperation of ther a goe a t
d power. Tspheyht t erefoare, exert all th
ill which theye d an eomibd to prevent a m
"t Nhe importation of this |ber. At let, oa
this .is the e om Tonly received Soute ern
theorye ·a to their pnelt s and a vrction.
Now thy ave takein the imost efireaciouse ai
stepsit o frutrating their own purpose. Ing
fabt, if the colo only be persuaded to goniny i
der, tey outh wowln _ better.Tut Lete hI
lwm ad a tihe death p gealty on tuis onmi-o
pimtoee t let io he I meally promualgated
hetoathtaa of th eir Americansmania. po
bTL het natuell re o sle iruy ae
wi be t e dfart en and te h o
-D- stals r o is J not imsd e de imple wear bi
step fu trajosiu rpm..~orue. l
aid in the same order, entai
aAoljbleop of New s e .i
Le am's scuoor--Wo are under
obligations toBrolfer Cadod fox t invita
Moa to of this school, of'
Sto be held at S.
place the editor on the anxious
Sast. Hear him:
"W -have at last ond out where true
and unquestioned Orthodoxy abides. The
e Se~them Presbyterian General Aisembly t
.w lmilgstees-or, as they modestly
stle ti s the sole survivng heirs"
Sthe stemoie of hgh Cal.
WIlc their en ot N e ' n be
s ngte otr, have "fatally
eomr e themselves with the state"i I
. plioeelu a but because they have u
th.aei ... doeteinsa .g race" by
t which tihe saon of the
i two bodies -as--eteeted. These grave a
Southern doctors of divinity, who have up
held human ehattelism With twisted Scrip
ture, who have raised human beings for
theirma t vale as they did pja.-these a
are foroolh the " 'sole surv ivin eirs" of t1
orthodox truth. Much as .we ke'Ortho
doxy, we confess to lifkingorthodox lives
better even than we do otibodox creeds. 1
Fie, Mr. Tilton i Accuse orthodox breth- Is
en of " twistin Scripture," breeding "hu- t(
man chattels-" "raised human beings for l
their market valueas they did pigs." Was 01
all this deeduced an King Jamnes's Bible. A]
Surely 'twas time to have that volume re- w
vised, to aid i doing .which we see the bi
Papist Dr. Newman has been invited. hi
Tea CouxctLr.-.Judging from what we
glean from h ur best informed exchanges,
and other sources, there is no authority i
whatever for the statement, 4o industriously et
'Main ated, that Council is to be ad
rl othe let illy. It is thought
Sat mpa O' the Bishops who can v s ei
leiom ,tbet insudnence, t
riemain, u Ek a "abode alas.e 10
where durht " heated term.an" w
The DzrmT0ro --The nonsense pub- re
fished in the secular papers regaond the
definition of the djgma of intallibility, as re
judicious persons Cast have found out pe
long ago, is unworthy of the least conaid- Ri
eration. With reference to the' dogma lei
itself, we adopt the language of a cotem
porary, tlat there isa general impression,
constantly revealed in the addresses pre
sented to the Holy Father, that it has be
come essential to remove existing scandals, liv
to put an end to lamentable divisons, and a 1
toelieve the .faithful from .the cares and
anxieties which are only aggravated by p
delay. But how and when this shall be tb
done, it belongs to the wisdom of the Conn- to
cii to determine. Opposition will not pro
vent nor impatience precipitate the decrees an
of the Holy Spirit. Our business is to ch
wait and pray. Neither the advocates nor
the adversarles of the Deinition will ex- an
ert any influence upon the Council, which mi
will not take its inspiration from the de
sires of the ontor the intrigues of the of
other. All we know is that the Truth will fo,
triumph, and Wit all who love the Truth bI
will rejoice. In that conviction we cans
await the1 result with confdence. Ti
Lorl Ata.-The Catholio World, for July, i
has an incisive review of Mr. Disraeli's sa
novel, from which we take an extract or tis
two, shboi ng its appreciation of that noto- I
rious work. The reviewer'tsays: tE
He starts the "No Popery" hune any cry, to
and invents a most contemptible, shallow a
and flimsy plot to ml peonce what he sap- wt
poses to hstheradical hostilit.v of the Eng- bel
lith people to thie Church of Rome, and to
throw contempt and discredit upon the
conversion of Englishmen of rank, and es- n
pecially that of the Marquis of Bute. We "
tbhnk he has not only commlitted a moral JoyS
crime, but made a gross political blonder.
We believe there is a profound symnpathy
throughout the world in theim hearts of sim- a
ply bones aod good people with the Holy *
Pather, and that if the queStion.could be ye
tested by vote to-day, Who is the best man
living? Pius IX weald receive an over- .,
whelming majority. While denouncingn tha
the stronJest terms the baseness of the at
tempt to Impute fraund, chicamery and pott
tical trickery to the policy and plans of the
Church, we havo reason to tihank the.right
hounorabl and learned author for the revpe- m
iation he has mqde of the secret societies. a
He las had ample means of learning and te
understanding their operations, antid his
implied conclusion i, that the two.great
forces arrayed against each -other iu tile I
:umderu weqrld are thie Iomuaa. Catholic MU
Chlurcllh anud the secret s,,ctUtemt, of whol Ae
hamsoury is the mother. Tais is a couclu
sIon which we accept. e
In faillting to accl~lish hiis purpose-to -
throw discredit on the C-urch-the re- de
viewer comltiuues :
It.remiuntls us of something which occor
red a oltangmae ago, aled whichb canio he 1u
tfellwtie ie tile right hoInorable gemtieauu, IiaU
whn Idueds a-pleasure lu iunulting e'rkisal t *
sad inlmeopl, lasusnel as the cheef perau- j
,gia Iq tihe trausanutimn are pr4o;ypes of
irms eid I his book. It is the story of 1
Bahtsrs Oud Balesm's 5e5. lie ls attenpt- a
d.to earu, aid in fac e has, blessed, aad s
w-ad rM istg a wvniee the train
In alittleto of
air.kt B. aslre
Hollan d Tpio ýd, . I.-heas looke
'I durngtles of the .... cceur
e4,0 te similark e t. oi aede tbs maste,
t in Switerland. a ladies and
Sgentlemen bM.-tok vet. a certaln
ga, hall of the bere entioaLtown for the
P urposfte etai algt.day by. the per
Sibyl T~ii thtrical exhibition, in
-. which ws il was burloesqued in the
y molsta al manner. One of the men
SreIpresented the Pope, and h wife the god
does, as he termed it, Mary. Two other
men of the company played the rolee of car
dinals. They amused themnselves Veatly.
w But G'od whed soon to. ahow ,that He
s. would not permit Himself to be mocked
)f with impunity. In the night following the
t. performance, the man who had acted the
r. part of the Pope diet, and his wife came
t insane. One of these who had represented
the cardinals came, within a few days, to
an awrtl death, and the other became dan
ge ously ill, and is not yet out of danger.
o |hese ftaet caused sa terrible e aternation,
e and no one wished to bury the two men
Sthat had died. They were finally con
signed to their graves in the stillness of
night. Why do'-not some of the so-called
a Li journals publish these details?
Smn i Sox.-The grandson of Gen.
a Berthier, whp arrested the Holy Father
a under the first Napoleon, has lisated in
the army of the Present Pope,as ifto make
up for the anti-Papal delinquency of" hi
A CorRT.-The late Rev: W. H. Wil
Sson wad received into the fold of Christ on
1 the 5ti of June, at the Church of the Im- b
maculate Conception, Farm street, London. a
He acted as curate to Mr. H. J. Pye (son-in
law of the Bishop of Winchester) from 1861 J
to 1868. Since that time he has ministered lI
under the Rev. Mr. Bennett. Thus was it
of old when Judas turned traitor, another k
apostle was quickly foundto fill the post i
which. he had forfeited, and so it is now,
bd't with this dierence, that for one oun- t
happy man who apostatizes hundreds are a
returning to the service of teilr Lord. The
excelIent qualities which the new convert A
is known to posess render him a most wel- k
come accession to the Catholic party: in
FLPuxYsxr.-A curious instance of eccle- t
siastical faunkyipt has been e*bited by
the Methodists-of Cold Spring, on the EHd-'
son[ o who have recently eaeated newY
,bIc e edifice, dedicated 4 ee under
sat burch ,; Itis sd te oPiesiuet '
wili-be presen at Phe bptlanst-tehird ather
remarkable godehil4. I.
LcauRna BX BIor QUDILrA.-At the of
request of a large number of the most res
pectable eltisens of Selman, Ala., the Rt.
'Rev. Bisle of Mobile was to_ d'lifer a
leeturu in tlat town on the 22d June,9i
"The Great Council of the Vatican."
SLAY BArr1ex.-A wonderful fact has
come to pass at 8ingapore during the last as
few months. An American captain was so
living with his three children, two girls and
a boy, in a Catholio family. The children
went to the convent school. After an in
struction one of the nuns gave one day on
upon -the necessity of baptism, William, 70
the little boy, the eldest of three, came up
to one of the children of the Catholic family .a
with whom they lived and said :-" Rene,
have you been baptised " "Certainly," as
answered be, "I am a Christian from my
childhood." "Then, here' water baptize
me, I might die this evening, and I want in'
to go to Heaven with the good God and the
angels." The little -Rene did not requite
much asking, and taking the keg of water
presented to him, he baptised his comrade th
In the name of the Father, of the on, and th
of the Holy Ghost, applying both matter and
form quite correctly. Then he went and told
his sisterhe hadbeenbaptised, and vised C
them to take their turn and be ptsed, to
so that they might have a right to Heaven, to
The sisters consented. In the evening,
when the American captain returned home
his three children jumped on his neek, a de
said to him: "Pampa, we have been ap- In
tised to-day; weomut baptise you too, so li
that you may not go to hell." The Amer
ican, who tenderly loved.his children, lte
them do as theoy wanted, doubtless int order ml
to please them. Well it was if he acted o
seriousely, for a few days after he weas strucki
with a sudden death, and had to appear de
before bhi God I
MORAN & NoBLul-By a notice in another lam
colmn is will be maeen that Mr. Jeme K. Be1 his sold
i stcak of ees to ealy r. Moran & obleM, het
Joted b ths irm pria to thos eesl. toil t bwdP Ili
ea policy iod liberal d-sldme* bm qcsll- Ie d
great Ir ase degme ate t sllal to maoem cm ame
seisl; buton a Ter cales te i mbb t Ch a st ad on
dar c sces. We have nof the plei roter Mr. i
y elrnllmetso tu, sad th eaOly serve tO eovee us en
tAldt hee.embeen 15 oeinmit we all thMep e quail.
te wahlc ,oa to mae a hm aeeompLb mrtual I
vtdeaed oo thue woehrn wtn etlewr iat s ead i ,bone, te
the a isow ernjoi tnIn foil maesmre Bsfranl. of a ,
reer gied by intelrllrlpe asad pu ad . t a.o
Parties desirin wto enjoy all the delights and Isa
ocforn .ht ear le, re o diUr seetd to - ndfeltioe
neet of a mishee e tae to be andt a she eeor eel-o
reon. hta dlereltee.ly astri atlr. m witi ae s tu
uti walk of the: Redenptosts (Cburch. hJestiawa. ce
the Jackson a.n,•ciel. wIth pre water sad tlower gan"
gellar teeitie g of lie- tbeerip 13 eeoeat est l ie, lid MUtal i t
Ieeeiateeee. July th, to hi. Johns doh u t ooeu.I-e at
-We call attentlneer to the senei-annnal divii-ii
(.I tvan.talld, te . see liege c·, o ".o d ibit tlat .eeerleie
The meomber ;,ii the- Hiebeelanit Beneevolnt.
Drlelgao aeveso. meat l thail ite P. . a.- j
-" .A ue''-ti of i ie-b,-'lriee seed Mntal Aid
• Aslati0, eSneesll ie. I a. llae tLz,,t, a tu sw,,
The a n monesit be#1ie O-U .e odf
n ove <18, uaed . n
r The asr o Wllocti fr the 'Cathoil
H Dowen,ex-Mayoof W.ings, iswith
In the year 1806 SIgo seat 'George Can
Sinag to the Hoone of Commons a ts repre
John H.opkn a etisen of Baltimore, in
a tes to to benevolent institutions
SOk tae nnouncemept of the marriage of
a Miss Wheat, a smart editor hopes she'll
Snever be thrashed.
Miss Louisa Stratton, of Casmeounty,
Ind., eballUinges any man in the State to a
plowing- h whither. ,
. It is now prey sure that the Senate will
not abolish the4anklng privilege. They're
not frank or fair enough.
The :Massachusetts Coolles are in Con- a
grases. Jst the place for them. Let the
North Adams shoemen srejoice.
In the thunder shower it Providence on a
Friday week, nearl four inches of water s
fell in an hour and a quarter.
- The House Territorial Committee have p
reported a bill' for the admission of New a
Mexico as the State of Linoln'.
The Go.vernor of Wyoming has vetoed a
bill passed by the Legislature, "for bad o
spelling and nonsense generally." of
The bill' to establish a Department of
Justice has been passed by the Senate. e
Now let them practically do justice.
The Amrebishop of Canterbury declines
to publish a manifesto against Papal Infal
libility. Therein he shows prudence. a
A new paper has been started in London
to advocate the interest of Jehus, and is
called TJe Cab and Omadu sew.e. ad
The washerwomen in SanJFraneisco have
formd a protective society in opposition 21
to t~b Chies.e " men washerwomen.
Last year the Sout received ,000,000 ,
er ber products It ls expelted to be one- ve
thfrd larger next year. n
T'hJ -r:est refracting telescope in the
world,islt been -maaas eared in New Ia
Y dmb i bos optry os Madeira . t
fl ob sh wifte-that e appfest al
of his life was when Koseuthkiesed him. as
Ists stated that it has cost the people
$200,000 in the labt two years to tlan retau
,arly e eted orl~mcats oat of Congrspa. y
In an action against an editor for libel,
an Illinois jury has awarded the plaintiff Y
three-quarters ofsacent,- hemaking hange.
Wendell Phillipe Is authority for the' -
assertion that in Boston " every tenth per
son is a criminal, and every seventieth a
A railroad conduetor in Maine has been is
on the road twenty years, has traveled
700,000 miles, and has never met with an Oa
The national debt amounts to two thou- a
sand four hundred millions, which Bout
well insanely inaista the present generation p
Three editions of Dr. Stone' work, "The
Invitation Heeded," have been sold, al- las
though the book has only been published'
three weeks. oa
We see it stated in a London Raper that lb]
Cardinal Cnlleq is not to return any more
to Ireland. The authorities in Rome wish 9
to keep him there. of
Western M. C.'s were laely enaught by a wi
device of the protecionists thy moved
in Congress to place potatoes n-tharn-.
list, but the free-traders iall voted against it.
It is estimated thit by the processe of Mr
mining in Pennsylvania, for every ton-of L
coalt actually consumed seber has been Go
destroyed in the workinLg or transportation,
A girl in Now Albany, Iad., aged- fteemnr
advertises for a situatsion to teach three
languages, being willing to aseest in dolig
the hoese-work of the family L which phe
--There is a 6ahurch in Chlnsb which bas
a copper speaking-trumpet connecting with
eleven pews, where~, with rabbert-hose and
cup attsched, the deis may enjoy the aer
A Paris theatre is going to open a side
door and advertles that beasutifu womena
will be admitted there by paynlro two dol
lar extra. Won't there be a rush for that e
Among the artle es advertised by Col
ltectoer Casey to be sold at auction, after a
being warehoused three yeasm, is "~Cus easee
of bread." 1 musesge quite toothsome by
tlii time. b's
TIhe State aunothrities of Maine have dis
covered that no less than tilirty-oise acts mif
the last meelism,-lave been so tesmpered with
that thtere no knowing what the law of
theState is. :
The lte decisaion of Jadge Cooley in the
prihadoonn ease has am.,rded gretto asne
ente to Npertqrn anUd Westero editorsv
judging Aim the commenta theise. wilels
teeni iulmil the paperm. Theists evidesitly 1e
a spies of eusy li sle mrtfibl eelitelesh
r earjdges asq artists as well asiuitse sa
S. omp s4,.. c.4,00 .eSer. .A T.
Stwart I bought Jl@10 l 0 re-is the
Id blha wbhich he` rIa e# =da eetg
ý thei.Ja tie he wMi j Owe a po tlBee
)~ tarw the .sla tM iAt-.
Sd.o. -t7 AA., . its
e iesr M es --rfaInuto Je..
Thts number s saead vlMml e iao, meof
wheeisk . 0 epabe wrl psi t ar em, Mtlr,
l- dad is eq hespseete. w zaver the ob ems
" an plups a d their n ami e psse p A pot'
umber of dammo4eaa tdal etsa amid -leeasma
aaeerig, thog y oeseptatetsaoN art mais peb.
S . This atomt, gives as !lan .-a pemenest tpe.
s as phasen siht last it thea beeorine.Ms ht be*
at hamd is lseMny heoneblds. The tIrulte sould be
etmeleley eopiea, a a tol r t it latawvesy amia. It
s samt ad ainsd ar ele- one mhsam aU mo ast s
lord and tah esa gIga s enmimes At seiremaCdose
SuswaJZa. Byfbatea. niler. New TPrk: D s J.
Mrs. an er in em e of ou most popular latobsa warit
ors, whe contributi to its Itaersares e lmbld ar.
ward to wih lterst, as well rem the artlette develop
mentse fur the pure tone whioh urround thime. The 0
Spresent tale e republisatie from the rutl4, and own
Sthose wh ren a there will b glad to seahit isn aem.
neoted Lhm, while theqe to whoe It sl new will ad ia t
one of the moot iateoe.algsf all the authrees's prol
I o ea works.
r Du d.alds.. e , the Pelsi otelsl o -e. paltimear:
This tale is foune on vents that transpired in the
I Pontical States, and which at the time attracted the
Sattuntion and ealisto the syrpathles of all who wit
nessed a struggle In which ght and right were the
contending prtlee. The wrler tells uns his alm was
while others were onalring bloe and, lit for the eme of g
God and ahis Vicar, at least to take up-the pan in oor
of the herop o Christendom, and in deuce of their
and our beloved, and lts I prneouted a ther. t
ntho ]italtf 4A. Order of I. tVisleas. ot
We have bere some sketche of an Order whoe ma
s have been abaing tor nearly three uarters f a
century the burthes of Cathello female educaties is the
United States, whse pupis arm spread over the length
andt breadth of the lad, and whoe slow but steady in.
arose proeisUe. i a all wider Aeld for ature calMwo m.
ties and where could a faller, troer, and mare interest
ing sketeb of its rise and prores e fohand than smte t
admirable work of the Abbe rames J
lam OObrA.` a
he 2boattags. Baltimere lly, Piet aCo.
The hrt tw dm tale am dealgned e leu,
haing fortheir object Ithe oeneass.est of vsilefe
the developoboet reo saden ptiiple. antd morality I
youth. The loot abrds tetris oeutrast in two fmra. s
oes, where reigioan dd lad to n ose se ad eappt .
am in one case and in theeethor, the evil results of o
a eglect of duty andylldag htiprovideat babits, are s
"iosis ane .e, Batlmare: aeny. Plot i ca.
Printed ina a t ommea envesonst andady s
.7al a .: M Bo ely,"
a Aesptaat seiarinage ame. This wark , austd bte'
streegly rs4eemnsesad to sooLstestics. It eps lie
reatersp sted on the paedlS oft the Vatiean Coon.
n by printing the oriIeal decrees, whih are epple !e
by tshoeeetary of the Connall with the soetiton o. N
pYoem Ou-eder. July.
Poll of Interesting realing, which youthfu member
of Semilles will dellkht in onning. It should be reasI. On
ed everywhere. PSI
Fmnance, Jdbe 09.-It is reported Garibaldi ti
is quite Ill. * A
Coax, June 29.-Qfet has been nominally
restored, but oomueroael oneaeiueseontiuee. -
Government precaetiom are unabated. A
Paur., JunL 9.-It~Wuald that the Emperorn
en and OGes. Prim and Borrano no
neeoed Inn r the abdlgation oatisbella on eon.
ilon that no Prinme of the Homes of Orleans
should euceaed to the throne of Spain.. Die
patebes from Rome d eu tradied thL rport that
the vote on the Infallbility doga would be
postponed. One of the largt arpet maen
tories in Beauvaie wa brned to the ground
last night, six buildings iLh all their c stly. F
machinery and stock, raw anal maonnfstaueo
material, were destroyed. Loes estimated at
over $1,0010. About 800 operatives are TI
thrown at of employment.
ADntEb, June M9.-The presam of this eity
protest agaInst the restoratiom of the Bourbon
dynasty l the person of the son of lebellsa.
4LoN; h. June O.-The fa eral of the Earl
of Cl don tookplak e to-day. In e eeordne. i at
wirh the rwinee of the doeeanod the oeremony
wan striatly private. m
AcuNoWEn.DBaMBrT.-LE.Lavelle, Palo Al
Misa, #4; Very Reo. A. . .Plleeir, Mobile, #4;
Mrs. Marion, Pam Christian, $6; Rev. E. P. pan
Lorrigan, do., #4, D. Gibbon., do., #4; BRev. l. Jo
Goonellus, Houma, 68; Michael BShlatre, N
Plquemine, 4; Mr. Faidy, Asuemption, Lr., IE
#4; Ber. LI. Gultom, Waterloo P. O., La., 68; P
IL Berry. Yaoo City, I4; C. B. Anstin, Cypru
mqnegP. O., La., h 6t
Sr. Parmu's VACrTION SCHcuoL-We taCke L I
atYYI~ Mt ays llso
HIBLBMIAN BEBrVOLUNT AND MUTUAL AID
AssoeatUms N4 3.-The rubr metbly meandng e olt
Atmolim will be hbld om TUESDAY, July b, ALt
o'elek r. N.: l im bIell eworr Comme mad erMbgay
Mtesa. Pmtal smeins id requensted.
Jya t. P. CURLUt. ISeartary.
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