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Anewra,! 1i the Ipihopai Chute- i well 'The -Ep coplids .ina PhiladelphiaJ I i mew are enjoyin a savory dish of scandal par y way of relie from the-rignt way in Bt whlech they have b reeplaig Lent, The B ihetoer of the church of St. Cliasents has otshe eam accused not onlyot nseemly d can ervi les, posturing* and geauteziioms," but of inits .hsl-ing aurlicula confession sad praying serve Alor thedead. Thi Bshop eaccused. The be Restor responded The vestry casme in gr. like a Gre choiruLs 'ith Wtrathful refralbi narv _etters mtaitplie uas though Wilkins Mi- sie 4awber had the matter in hand. The seeo tar press have taken it up, and devoted out' - igiht or ten columns to the elucidation of the i ktotty points of doctrine. The letters te a -ave grown into pamphlets, full of bhard te weeds if not hard logic, and the Quaker parti City stands still to see how the ight ill endaetl between two men vowed to preach agospel i vas Speace. ,The brethren of the same church stern fin England are engaged in a similar quarrel longs though on a grander scale. Parliament and of t people are convulsed on the question of the tion burial of dissenters. Shall a Methodist be he e permitted to, force his unhandsome corpse of h among churchmen, or lie apart Shall he, un if he will thrust himself into the inhospit- goat "able grave, be allowed to hear his own cum hymns chanted over the sod above him, or milil be put to rest by instituted gown and book Eng against his. willi For over a year this fair -squabble between the living church.and a ne dead outsiders has gone on, with no hope hbs of settlement. Why is the world more deol frequently treated to these virulent, ill-bred for 1 brawls by this church than any other? To duf; be sure, the luxury and arrogance of those mor who control those things in England may he v be in some degree accountable. But in this tph Scountry, where the Privy Council is an on- fora .known body, where is the excuse ? The the; truth is, discord is inherent in the system, and and the father of discord claims his own. Emt The New York 2'rbune truly says that such mitt a quarrel as that in Philadelphia disgraces bett the cause of Christ. Bishops and rectors thee are but men, and liable to differ on points ordk So candles and genuflexions, as other men the do an Tweed or Santo' Domingo. If the spir amiable and sincere pastor of St. Clement's pro. . -hooses to receive confessions and pray for first . his dead friends,and his equally amiable and at i .sincere vestry.choose to disapprove of it, and whey should they drag.their unsavory virn- mus Bence and ill-temper before the world? take The rector has certainly no way of proving and to the readers of the daily papers whether fails t'his absolution was efficacious to the living the or his prayers to the dead. That malice, equ; .anger and ill speaking are not Christianity, and the secular world knows already, without con his proving. They are clear-sighted enough heal .to feel that church forms, discipline and and -octrines are but the outside garb of rell- afw gion, and every battle such as this about dial thkem, with its indecorous vehemence and nat fury, but serves to create doubt whether aha the sectarian bodies possess the true reli gion or not. Protestant disputes and bick orings are quite as vulgar and distasteful we in the public eye as those of individuals, lan ..ad if such things must be, let them be kept hoe "in future carefully out of notice. When ey they come voluntarily before the world, let to it be solely on their Master's errand to dl .teach men to deal justly, love mercy, and 1tic wvalk humbly with their God. It MooDo's.-Everything emanating from Moo- r 4y's bears evidence of consummate skill and taste. As w' .an example, take the subordinate matter of advertising. a specimen of which appears In this day's STan. The arrangement is moset striking, and the armray not more di etrfking than the goods are excellent. At a glance you see what you want. Alexander of Macedon might well be proud or such serried ranks as our friend di. Sypt. he phalanx conquered the then known world * ant Mood4y' .eolors float in spheres unknown to the c,ýoQeeor. Even the sapports of the subtle electricity Sbecme willing agents In dtlseminatlng the glad tidings "- Get your shirts of Moody," Britons boest that tse sun never sets on Queen Victoria's dominlons, Eoodya' sway sL felt on every bosom; men's shoulders adly bear the evidences of hblthoughtfoinel for their welfare ; his yoke is not only litt, but gracel. And e talking of sovereigns, we would tke the public into S.ar oouedence so far as to sitte, that Queen of Iag SnTd' sontn"law, the MarquIs of rn,.e, his weddiag .bttt made after the exquisite patterns ishedby the Gree Shirt , cL orner of Canal s Ito te. 19sw DanEy Goo B;o On- 1 oone re oeri oretaLn bolun msn thatce- th, enea. lag the old 8ti L1ouis Hotel and fllin Ii up el mevesnelt and wot 'th haveIl ,w&e ornated Buto whle we ta it w _ veealhg b·enes, it mounot oheek the "upwarnd en. ;5erly"OfInstters. ThLs seee to be in Iacord ... with i andthe dm5 er thlafs- The hteet evridenue of who s oped° madio sod etablshmet the ot *mo4'f ane ad J ko n steets Thra these ge •teme i.. srd oripblioisot mns to tbere. dsaetber to ilt Innumeroblo attrctLuo. The stock i frh snd oomprle everyy needful thin,-mong tlhe may te named dre g -ods -, hawss mnsl, dLu. s.otions. prn° , -oery lanes. notion, readymde Yark at very Low prioe. b,gls re sure to be the or. - . is a happy circumstance that even mis had of wmreists. Just now we would moreJy refer to the matorial uapeet of the sullect. ,A mhaps. then,. ...ccur. itithepart of wisdom to turn them to ad. ocurae 'Thu ., smeeoon In hew York had goods thew tom e the meat of te coa .,aonuemieti from 556 ad 558 eaton street- We pfO lothwey wll beso-d cheap." What need he si •3. T. Wnlsh-o haajust returned from his on .Is5LDg T rip to the North end the fsmousOemporiut mo I11Cana stre. baras eildence of his taste and juud osrprasaelTbos who have hadnleilsga with B. T' seowr ti his articl n.are nut onl the beat. but that ,er and aboe his prices are umost r •unalle e sei mertisent,-. , o Rvno |t, ia ncarcely nceeonnry in this lmmenlt t" all srnttuu to, thy regral , all| ltr ho • .,.-.- i : i • iI The Irlids D5i.uU.-f Th5 Irish peopl tibili have not shown that interest in Mr. Caid- of Jul weil's Army Belation Bill which . r importanee and eits ronstlon deserve. Iris It is too Commonlye th pros leo to ignore thea ai~ otions whic h do not di- Theli erfo no tivy Toieo a 'Th;ourseet s.re i But as Mr. Cadwll' bill proposes on the hear one band to inrase taxation, and on the in r I other to toaeh that feedoem from mnilitay good service to which we have been accustome, milss Irisbmn shourld feel no secondary interest has e in its dismion e Parliament. S· ome ob- Mini sorvations which have fallen from the mem- Irela ber for qottingham on the sbject o ar majo worthy our gravest attention. The Hon. land. Mr. Herbert, althoer ofthaer to Lord Car- ca narvon, is an advanced Lniberal, and-a cone hgh sistent follower of Mr. Gladstone. He is ian an Oxnordman oldistinguished repute. He tOHe was a seeond-clae clausicalnu;n, and went hone out with a Fellowship. He was called to-I ad i the bar, but, after a brief careero entered alid the army, and became lieutenant in the 7th Tb Dragoons. He is, therefore,' entitled to at- - teonton a a scholaar, ajurist, and, in this his a particular matter, as a soldier. He is ex- In;f actly the man whose opinion is worth can- and vasring. He is not a mere professional man hos in any sense. He has advanced beyond the in a stern conservatism of the lawyer and is no f longer subject to the narrowing influences p. X of the service. He has aequired a pohi- and tion in Parliament by his 'respectable tal- the I ents, and the otpken vigor with which in It he expresses opinions contrary to the faith The of his family. Mr. Herbert ia in favor of Ja universal drill and the abolition of a stand- lies. ing army. He sees in the one the true safe- h guard against Invasion, and in the other a t cumbrous , appeartus for unpopularising bhied militar servies . But looking boldly to ealt Englani relations abroad ha not dis- on tl tracted M. Herbert's observation from at- in a fairs at home. "EBgland must enter upon Crot a new set of relations with Ireland." The sins Sheering which followed this announcement sus, was renewed when the speaker fearlessly wou r declared that "one of the great reasons nigh I for having a standing army was the Irish Eaei difficulty. Mr. Herbert would not descend vy a to the pslaver of asserting that he was head more Irish than the Irish themselves; but taini he would not support any connection be- thou s tween this country and Great Britain Wal which was based on a maintenance by Wes force. He then demanded the arming of are e the Irish people, their instruction in drill, yonI and their submission to the compulsory that training which he proposed for the whole the Empire. "The Irish. people having sub- the Smittedto that training, would be all the sant s better able to decide what was best for tend e themselves. He altogether objected to yea s keeping up a standing army in England in log, order to dictate a particular policy towards the o the sister country. The comprehensive pun e spirit which dictated such courageous ex Spressions is worthy of our highest com-r TI rendation. Mr. Ierbert has spoken the on first words in this debate which prove that ion at least one man appreciates the difficulty and has the honesty to declare the remedy. the The exceptional policy of by-gone days Lib must not now be renewed if Ireland is to as t' ltake her place as a poler in the Empire who o and not as a subject province. Distrust ond r and disability have long been tried, and The failure, ominous and deplorable, has been I the invariable result. Let us feel ourselves th , eqal in privilege, in council, in triumph, in and we shall not be inferior in obedience, The t in self-control, in heoism. Sooner or later s t confidence must be given us, not with p Shesitancy and suspicion, but in a generous p d and fraternal spirit. And when passion, ig aroused by persecution, and distrust, born his of contemptuous neglect, shall have been hea it dispelled by justice and the magic boon of hin ,d national control in national affairs, England alo r shall have no braver friends than the peo- n ple of Ireland.-reeman. for k- The Nional 4ssociatlo..-A meeting of he the committee of the National Assoc ation me 'lwas held on Wednesday, at Northumber Is, land Hotel ; the Very. Rev. Canon M'Ma Pt hen, P.P., in the chair; Alderman M'Swin- w 8n ey, J.P.,)referred at some length to the eat great importance of the education question thi to the Catholic laity, especially of the mid- Fe to die classes, who at present were practical- so ad IT excluded from the benefits of the educa- m tional endowments existing in the country. It had been shown that the endowments a , provided for the promotion of intermedi- ed Am ate no less than of the higher education Le were virtually monopolised by the favored t . minority, so that in the vitally important tia matter of education the old vicious ascen- a dancy principle still survived in full force of * Great disappointment was felt at the th h apparent neglect of the education ques- fa a. tion, so far as Ireland is concerned, by a t her Majesty's Ministers, more especial- at tely as a distinct and explicit pledge had Sbeen given by them to settle the question on the same basis of justice and equality a as the question of the Chih and the d lan d been settled. He (Alderman r r M'Swey) thoughlt it was time the And Catholic laity should bestir themselves in ii anto matter in which their deepest interests h Mgwere involved, and he hoped their repre- 8 dl sentatives and the public bodies which were the centres of political life and acti- t . vity in the cuntry, wold evince their de termination not to allow tus great ques rca- etion of freedom of education to be shelved t .or paltered with. In conclusion, Alderman Su tht'ine moved a resolution to the effect Sthat at public conferenace on the education E Iquestion shounld be held in Dulblina immedi e. ly after Eater. Rev. T. O'Donnell, C. i aeat " secended the resolution, which was d-'- O. a d-to. On the motion of Mr. J. J. Ken _ n-ed.t 'ws ordered that the secretary is be "- suea[ular to the msmbers of the Asso b-. ud ciation hug their attention to the pres :op ent pOsIln of the Education Question, ,r. in-e- and askin hem to give their aid to the %med_ committee* bringing that question to a theo- successful i and thus to complete the programme of Yorms for the acomplish nmis- meut of which National Association ro- rme had been establtd by the hierarchy, .then,. mittee then aou. ne rto~d5The late Debate oi -eand.-The Lon e.-o don correspondent of th Scotsian, refer nhired. ring to the recent debate the House of Vet Lords on Ireland, says" ' l sh lie -eibt i of the Government was gousy, be ed by Lord lDufferin and tie Lord Chancel lor. But the most eloquebt speech of the his an- evening was that of the Iris. Lord Chan d udz-/cellor. Lord O'tlagan, with .imple and t. un / natural eloquence, portrayed thh silent re bt that volution goiug on-lirelaud, and 'rsoighit Due ad- their Iljdahilpa to do nothing to diwurb it. The most remaikable speech was tent of iLord Derby. It had little of a party car d 1this- actor nbout it, although he disapplroved of t ]t- " the Feuiais' release. It is clear now why Jl' l t| IIi Lh'l'I'y" i~ie|tt to get rid of his Irish t eviewthe moe o he futtr. of Ireland. The 'qneompa- i tibllty of theira" is, he says at the root th of Trish disafetio., and it wil b neoes Irih feel that they might a we ry for to the moonss for sasrtion from Englpda. The speech was sble ad made a grehatimn hreasion. But It is . long time since have Tre heard a speech more seriously impugned spec in regard to its prudene sand wisdom. No ance good purposesa be .answered by the ad- wate mission by an ex-Secretary of State. who roo, has oven pretensions to be one day a Prime wife Minister, that if a plesolte were taken, A Ireland woeauld pronounce by an immense the , majority In favor of severance from Eng- aid, land Suceh a tatemeot is not likely to es- trim aope the notice of foreign courts, and it as -fght be quoted in justification of the Fe- awa nian reception at Washington. Lord who O'Hagan's speech did muae to reassure the lowi house; but Ireland, on Thursday night, The had mall eause to be grateful to the oppo- as aition peers. awa The Mayo Ezasminer, gives the annexed The account of the outrage on Mr. Crotty and incr his servant, lately reported: When return- beca inglfrom the assseis on Saturday evening, lear and when within two miles of his own land house, Mr. Crotty was fired at from a copse of ti in an angle at the turn of the road. The lord fearful occurrence took place at five oclock that P. Y. Mr. Crotty scrambled off the car, to and was brought by the country people to own the house of a man named Gibbons, with- or f in 150' yards of where the shot was fired. E The people carried the boy to the house of Frh Jack Joyee a friend of his, where he still ma: lies. Mr. irotty was subsequently remov- ceet ed home. Mr. Stritcb, R. M.: Mr. Fortes- trat o,-C.J.; Mr. Graves, S.I.; Head-Consta- se ble Nyland, and constabulary parties from anti all the surrounding stations, were quickly Del on the spot Day and night the men are Tyt in search of the assassins. Neither Mr. We Crotty nor Mitchell can identify the assas- wa sins. Two out of seven-men arrested on cie suspicion are detained. No probing of the he wounds could be attempted up to last hbi night. Both sufferers are very' weak. Cr Each has lost an eye. Six pellets and hen- ing vy shot entered the 'neck and side of the the head of both. Very faint hopes are enter- of taned of Mitchell surviving. Mr. Crotty, the though in danger, may recover. Dr. thi Walsh, of this town, and Dr. Johnson. of T Wesport, are in constant attendance. We Ian are unable to give more local detail, be- cesi yond stating what is notoriously knowon, that the relations between Mr. Crotty aond fec the people since he became the purchaser of the the Mountain, have been marked by inces- me sant contests, quarrels, and litigation, ex- not tending over a period of fifteen or sixteen sin years. Such terrible deeds, notwithstand- ing ing, are to be deplored by the friends of ln the people. It is plain that the affair is ve purely localised. TI Thomas Hart, Esq., J. P.-Another of lat " The Old Guard -Thomas Hart-has gre gone to his rest, full of years and full of En honors-the trusted friend of O'Connell, cer o.e of his fellow-laborers; a leader among wh the trusted and the true who formed the im Liberal party, who in trubled times acted o1 as the council of Kilkenney, and withiout by whose advice andeupport O'Connell rarely ne undertook any important enterprise. spi Thomas Hart, up to the hour of his death, an enjoyed the confidence of all whq loved we the old cause and struggled to advance it. In the good old city of the Confederation Ac Thomas Hart was the Nestorof the Liberal a 1 cause; his sound judgment, his ripe ex- Cc perience, his entire devotedness to the peo- pn ple and the country, gave him a command- fat ing position which he never abused : while by his personal modesty and kindliness of so heart caused all who sat in council with Iri him to feel that he was rather " thinking th aloud" than delivering a judgment on a pe critical point. Throughout the struggle an for Emancipation, while yet a young man, se f he took a leading part. The Reform move- fo meat and the Repeal agitation commanded ai his best efforts; and, more recently, he of was foremost in council among those E who originated the movement for the dis- to e establishment of the Anglican Church and E the establishment of religious equality. to . Few men enjoyed the privilege of having . so many personal friends and public ad- a, m Hirers. f , Lost ont the Mountains !-Another Fatal H is Accident-Some short time since we record- p i. ed the finding of the lifeless remains of a tl n young man on one of the peaks of the Gal- a ,d tees, near Lake Muskerry-a wild, roman- a it tic spot. He had lost his way in a dense, it 1. almost impenetrable fog, that bad,hung tl :e over the mountains for days, and died n 1e there, utterly exhausted by hunger 'and r a_ fatigue. Strange 1 Another occurrence Of o a similar character, and one, unhappily, I a- attended with an equally fatal result, took 6 ad place on Saturday last on the top of Kill- I In ballyherbery, between Cashel and Killen- c ty sale, commonly known as the Kill hills. A he man named John Brett, about 72 years old, c an who had been that day to Cashe), set out he in the evening for his brother's residence, in intending to make a short cut'over the sts hills. He was never seen afterwards alive. 1 ren Search was made for him early next day, ich when his lifeless body was found lying on ;ti- the very steepest and most inaccessible le- part of the hill. The police had consider es. able difficulty in reaching the spot, and ed then in carrying the remains of the poor an old man to a house kindly placed at their ct disposal, for the purposes of the inquest by ion S. Mansergh, Esq., J. P. di- Irish Art in Scotland.-The Scotsman, in C. its notice of the works of living artists at rs present being exhibited in a Royal Scottish o- Academy, alludes thus complimentarily to is- two Royal Hibernian Academicians. "Mr. 5o- Hayes,. of the Royal Hibernian Academy, es- whose contributions are generally among on, the best marine views in our Exhibition, the sent three pictures. His sea views are, as 0 they always are, free, powerful; and full theof life and dash. In 'A Squall Clearing off sh- -Mumbles Lighthouse,' we have masterly ion painting of rock, water, and clud, along by, with a rare reality of wave motion. 'Sum m- mer Breeze off Broadstairs,' is a large wa ter-color picture, warm in tone, and varied on- in interest. Another Irish painter, Dr. fer- James Moore, has an excellent water-color, Sof 'Trassy Bog,' a wild bit of land up among licy the Mourne Mountains, in the County . own, resembling many spots in thle High cel~ f Scotland, and painted with dash the and n a true feeling for atmos ian- phere an o and Melanecoly Occurrenii ' B*ly~ es.-A t re- man namted Denis Ryan, alta ight a shoemaker by trade, was taken in fe . b it. tody by the police about six o'chick on the it of evening of Wednesdeay last in Thurles for char- being drunk and disorderly, and was con !d of fined in the strong room at the barrack, why where he was left until half-past eight Irish o'clock, when one of thel police went in to - h b 1he was, an Found Dim aBeau. au-" i a mpsiaely asummoned, bu Area thd do-to la life was for soaee from ti extin - was held on the are the bllowlng by, an the ry re The in ed a verdict In acconce wt ial testimony, wis-thaltthe deceased n cs ne by his death from excessive drinkifig. the They, at the time, requested the sb-in- witl spector (Mr. M'Ardle, who wee in attend- atte ance) to order the police to keep a stricter he watch on prisoners wnhen. put in the strong ati room. Ryan leaves a helpless family of a ed c wife and nine 6hlldren. It A remarkable judgent was delivered at of the Antrim Assisee by Mr. J utice Fiteger- tha aid, in the case of Hill vs. the Earl of An- u trim. The case came Wtoroe nhis Irdlp sou as an appeal by the tenant aasht thegn r award of the Judge at Quarter Segalous, fal who granted the tenant £47 10s. fter al- o I lowing certain deductions for dilapidation. Mat The appeal was made against this award rece as being insnffiBient, and resulted in an B award of £162 for the tenant, with costs. The case was important, not because of the increased award given to the tenant, but con because of the decision arrived at by the of learned Judge, that lands eatled'demeane dar lands are not excluded from the provisions ha of the Act, because it may please the land lord to give tem. that designation, and oat that they must be bone fde lands attached to the mansion-house or dwelling of the owner of the estate, and used for pleasure ti or for pasture. du Every flan His own Process Server.-On Co0 Friday last the Rev. H. Crofton, a clergy man of tie Disestablished Church, pro ceeded, accompanied by theresident magis- T trate and a posse of the constabulary, to wa serve a notice to quit upon one of his ten- brc ants, known by the sobriquet of" Captain" abh Daffy, at a place called Clonabeigh, near bol Tyrrel's Pass, in the notorious county ma Westmeath. Either the Rev. gentleman was unable to procure a person with suff- to cdent courage to perform the function, or tio he humanely resolved to dare the danger *N himself. It is alleged that the Rev. Mr. Ea Crofton was fired at last year when visit ing his property; and it is also said that the barbarous murder in December last, ..R of a process server, named Waters, was the result of his having served a notice on ti. this same Duffy for the Rev. Mr. Crofton. wh Truly 'tis a strange state of society when landlords have to execute the legal pro, cesses for themselves. Irishmen wishing for the MIfoon.-The ef- I fect of Lord Derby's speech, comparing a f the desire of Irishmen for home govern. a, ment to a desire for the moon, which can- f not be gratified, has been what he least de- t sired. He has destroyed any little hanker ing after a change which some people here might have felt. He has disclosed the clo s ven foot in good time for theLiberal party. ad There are people here, good friends of Eng- sir f land too, who think local government S s granted to Ireland would strengthen the x f Empire instead of weakening it, and would cement a union between theb countries which is under any other state of things all Smpossible. At all events, the subject is ;o I one admitting of discussion, and Lord Der- ev t by's off-hand manner of treating it will y never be submitted to. Lord Derby's speech is a strong argument for Repeal, o and has convinced many an Irishman who w I wavered on the question. a Unwise Economy.-The officials of the n Admiralty have just given great offence to I a large section of the community here. A ti Committee was formed in Dublin for the w purpose of collecting seed to enable the e 1- farmers in that part of France devastated i e by the war to avail themselves of the sea rf son in time by getting the crops set. The h Irish farmers contributed generously, but o g the committee had not funds for the trans- p a port of the seeds placed at their disposal, e e and they applied to Government for a ves i, sel. After a fortnight's delay they were in s- formed that the Admiralty had no vessel d available. This act is-looked on as mere - ie official snobbery, and it is felt that an so English Committee would have received a - totally different reply. Thus, every day, id English officials show theirutter incapacity y. to conciliate Ireland, even in small matters. g Prisons in the West.-Judge Keogh in his address to the Galway Grand Jury read the following passage from the Report of the al Hon. Mr. Burke, the Inspector.General of c d- Prisons: "At the time of my inspection a the same boiler was used for cooking po ml- tatoes and boiling the dirty clothes; there n- was no school in the prison, and the only 5e, instruction received was that imparted by of the-Nouns who visited the prisoners; the i e male prisoners' clothing was in a state of ud rags, and a tailor who was in jail, instead of ot being put to mend the clothes, was em ly, ployed in mat-making. The judge also ok said he understood that the prisoners in ill- Leitrim goal could open the locks of their In- cells with their spoons. They cannot be A very desperate criminals in that part of the Id, country at all events. Wt Worth Knowing. - Working of the NeK ' Compensation Law.-A man tired of life vs may now make a tidy little provision for his family by coming over here and getting ay' a friend to shoot him in a suitable locality. on An application was made to the county Mayo Grand Jury, on behalf of the widow mr of Humphrey David, for compensation for Shis murder, st Foxford. Davis was shot, sr as alleged, through the window of his bed byMroom on the ath of January last. The coroner's jury at the inquest returned a verdict of "Death by the accidental dis in charge of a gun in his own room." Mrs at Davis claimed £1000 compensation, and tish the Grand Jury granted £530. Sympathy with the Pope.-During the y past week the Ladies' Papal Address Com Smittee have received highly gratifying let Ong ters from correspondents through the coun on, try, who have kindly undertaken to f.r ward lists of sigeatures and subscriptions off in the course ora few days. Several la a dies of the highest rank have intimated Stheir willingness to receive names and of og ferings from the residents in different io m- calities; and the religious communities d bave, in several instances, already afford ed invaluable and similar assistance. More r. than £230 have been received by the com r, mitte, and they are informed that consid ng erable sums are being collected in varionu n ga important centres, such as Belfast, WVex lash ford, and the Midland districts. os- Dunleer Fair.-Thlis fair took place on MInday. A brisk demand took place for -A beef, and I believe nothing except a few Scoarse beasts remained unsold in that de t. A few choice lots went to fully forbest e ' but the quotations for on- to 70s rcwt. t be made at 7s. ck, large number, and suomine also ight lhoulht by Dubln, Belfast, Duno al, to Drogheda butchers for ilome use. Mr. Crotty and his servant who were fred at and wounded whiltdrilving home from the assist at Castler on 'Saturdsay, are reported to have died on Wedneday. The assassins lay l waa for the. unfort nate gedtleman in a grove iiin the road. He received seve~ heavy l n the face and neeki The Servant vas struck with nine pellets. Mr. Crottys life was MAI attempted about twelve rontl since nd and he ha narrow eescape, the billetpr- erfo ating bhlbat. oear men hav been arrest ed on suldidton. - Irmrosdes ofat Dsamore.-The Marquis of Waterford, wit. a kindness and thoughtfalnees which as bcharacterised the Frei management of his extesive estates in the " south of Ireland.' has issed instrutions r for the planting of thee park at the' beanti fal waterinilgpk of Danmore, a portion wre: of his lordship's estate, which the noble " Marquis has generously given for publio " recreation. roISdl OrMme Conajed to a Small Portion tow op the (ounitr.-In opening the assizes fort m the Queen's County, bief Jnstice Monahan congratilated the grand jury on the state A of the country. In many places the calen dars have been equally light, and there have been several maiden masizes. Tihe ,apwlows Ribbon Oatl.-Although an F oath taken by lawless men proves nothing against the rest of society, it cannot be too com widely known that Mr. Monk was the vioa C tim of a malicious hoax in the oath he-proe duced for the edification of the House of u Commons. S Spring Fair of Carlanstoion (Co. Jfeath.) - The ancient spring fair of Carlanstown D was held on Monday. The morning trains z brought large numbers of buyers. The show of finished stall-feds was entenaive, 2 r both in bullocks and heifers, and the de- p mand for exportation and home use active. an a *he Education Question.-It is proposed W to hold a public conference on the Educa- ye r tion question, under the auspices of the 3 r National Association, immediately after g . Easter. t Ta ERIGNax WASuaE.-The miseries of UN "' Wahing Day" bavo been maid and ung in all langnu. - See Prs ad poetry have both attempted to portray sheannoyaoces heretofore inseparble from this tryinto time. Everybody must rmemer the ballad, a part o I. which ran I "Thump. thump-scold, Meold, 0. Thump, mcold awayy There i no pw.about the house Upon a washing day." ,f HappUy the state thn here described ha ed away; or if it eiste. Is enfined to those barnacles r who will not march to the music .P.rogess.e The p n b is so tne ofsb meat valuabeinvmentwioons e re GOasrwALD.--On of the most complete b Smusic establishments in the ty is that of L s G Ou neowald 1 Canal street. Long eaxperteno.and tact haa s . admirablly qualified him for hIs btusiness, and thos d.- m g- miring the latest and best music are sure to find it at his Ot store. He bee snpplled al the Churhee of thn.esty and Ctrrollto with the music appropriate for ths, w heo Easterinday. Id Person wishing the bet musical oinstruments will o o find tnem here. Steinway &Sons and William Knae s & Co'e piano, which have received first premiums at oc gs al exhibition nd fat. s have their depot at the same a place. Mason& Hamlin's ores, suitabhle for churchee and drawing-rooms, are always to he found, us well as i r- every description of musical merchandise. BoYs AND CIULDREN'8 GOODS.--Now is the P time for parents to procure tbhat hange in the clothing of their children which the season indicates. B. T. ho Walehe. liO Canal astreet. ha a atockJut laid In that - will deligbt the hearim of the children themselves and he give fathers and mothers enew caue of endearment. to A muestin of the sixth District Branch of A the Hibernia Benevolent and Mutual Aid Associatien le will take place at the hell of Home Hook and Ladder h SCo. on Marengo street, near egasini, on Wednesda p evoning, l2th intto., at hlfst . sven o'lock.. ,Kx. All ed Irishmen residing in that Dsrict are cordially nvited a-to attend. he The regular monthly meeting of Branch No. 6 ut of the Hibernian MuItum Aid Association will t 1 s- plae at the Temperance Hall No. . .t Jo-ephine se. . .0 Tuesday evening, April 11th. at half pest Meven WESTERN PRODUCE, LIQUORS, ETC. b pACIFIC WINE COMPANY, Organized for the sale of Pure California Wine and Brandy. M Vineyards in Eldorado County, California. * CHARLES B. PETIT, Treasurer and Business Agent, - Office and Salesroom, No. 98 Camp street, New Or. 4 leans. This company is composed of the owners of vineyards in the best grape districts of California, who have formed an assooiation for 'the purpose of selling their own Wines and Brandy. The following list comprises a part of their products now ready for the market: WHITE WINE, ANGELICA. RED WINE, MUSCAT, CLARET, CATAWBA, HOCK,., ISABELLA, OLD MISSION, SPARKLING, SHERRY, WINE BITTERS, TOKAY, GRAPE BRANDY, PORT, BRANDY BITTERS, ALL THIIIR WINE AND BRANDY WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE. Arrangements are now perfected for weekly ship ments, direct from the vineyards, thus insuring a full and constant supply of thee PURE AND DELICIOUS WINE& Dealers, physlclans and famillee are requested to cal and examine tsarega jto quality and price. All orders should be addressed, PACIFIC WINE COMPANY, No. 98 Camp street, mhb6 Im New Orleans. a EDWARD BURKE, WINES AND LIQUORS, d 186 and 192..Tchoupioulas street..186 and 192 fel9 ly sNw OnLANS. i McCAFFREY & CO. e Dealers in Grain, Cornmeal and Hay, 30............ PoTDRA STREET............30 Cornerof Fulton. d25 ly i P BRADLEY, Dealer in r Western Produce, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, w Flour, Potatoes, Onions, etc. 1 Corner Elyelan Fields and Front Levee, Nos:'. i40, y near Pontchartrain RR. Depot, Third Dist. r J T GIBBONS & CO., a DAE.RDS IN 10 GRAIN, CORN MEAL. AND HAt. 7' 1, 63..... ..New Levee street ......F. 59, :f,1, 63 AV Corner Poydras. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. UION LINE aRETWEN NW YOReK, QUEENS Tpwx AsN LlVRPOOL CAB3TING WEE UNITED STATUS MAILS. MANHATTAN, IDAHO, connoA,, .vADA, Saniag rma New WYrk EVERY WEDNESDAY. a-- , ra "*'1 T em New Orleans to verpool.................i and 1 u " Pas ae d em a latow rates from New Orleans to Liverpool .....................5 ** .. ParPe....................... N , [Hambeurgo. ............... Paenger brought fom Europe to New Orles at ra.WAto. 8mall Drafts for Sale on the Royal Biank o Ireland. Apply to MB NWIB oGUI8ON ,. Broadway, New fk. Or LOW & LUDWIGSEN, san7 ly 10 Common etreet, New Orleans. FOR NEW YORK DIRECT MERC HANT' 8TEAMS>P LINE. Co1rideýj tLe irst clas steamships. tBC.eT e.TY........ Go. L Norton. BBERMANI,...............Capt. Minr. Crewel. OGN MEA . ............Capt. A. W. Sampon. rUNITED STATES..........Capt A. Blanehaad, MISSISSIPPI...........a. W. P. Henry. WESTERN METEOPOIZS.BCst. H. S Quick. IYILY B. 0ov!7Dr........a y - Sal heg Now YNork EVBy SATUrDAY. iThe steaser WESTERN METROPOLIS. Capt. H. S. ve her wharf. ool of .Tefeason street, o ATURDLY, Aopr1 15, at 3I". a. These sterner. bae superior aooeodatlonu for Bifle f LadIe`n ra to vrspoool Glasgow and Bremen. orgh Tickeots for Srto- and stele I Lbe frLt rland the Continent, connect l ion th Glo's Line or Steamers, slinlg from )ew York every Wednesday. LOFr t ,UDWIGteISI, 190o Common at. Satrdaymhi ,will follopw, leavin ny.y UNDERTAKERS-BUILDERS.-PAIITERS. J THE NEW ORLEANS Antiseptio Air-Tight Wood Burial Case Company. This Company, establlished boen the model t the' gsEt NETERPRISI DES PO MPBS FUNEBBES, of is, will take charge of burials, in the e way as priv . undertakers ~ this city. But n order to he of eal ervie to the community, and enable the public to Julge of the d ffrenoe between the old eysteom d the one recently aopted at Psarsth.l Company has bought t he ue of re ptents, which gave t the olowing . S1abr nand hbuine bodleawithot infection, by means of patent antiseptlo omla, which, tho4ugh simply made of wood, advantageously replace the mu i r lie coffin, d have their superiori ty attested y the mot conclusive certificates from the Board of Helt I nd Medical Faculty of this.ity. 9. Of transporting a body to ar y part of the wor without the Ieast danger. 3. Of embalming without any resultin change o feature or natural color, by •process entirely new. he Comp will also contract for the costruct or le of ay in of tomb in sny cemetery wn hatevr amd will arrange with asylums, convents, and Is I eetablishments. or societies of ny kind. at a prioe I in advance for the funerals of their members. A tariff of prices for different clesses of i.terme has been made with adsptation to the means of cv I person. This lst is publicly oexposed in the Office the Company, toch 6m y, NO. 21' BARONNE STREET.4 No. 825 Tchonpitoul.s street, Ltweeu Firstand 8doM a end 4osephine street, nealsgssins. f Hearses and Carria ge for hire. n Funerals attended to in person by the proptror; l d r he hopes, by strict attention, to obtain a shared .n pabllo patronage. myI d WM. KELLY, SCARPENTER AND BUILDER Is Prsparedto I CONTRACT FOR THE ERECTION OF BUILDIGS, a Or. on Commission, Will Soperintend the recn of SBdildings, or Other Work in his Line. Orders left at hibs Shop, 40 MAGAZINE S ET, Sbetween Race and Robin. or Box 150 Mach ' x. change, No. 10 Union street will meet with a on. JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED Residence-- contace street. Ja ly DETER OS BUIDE, tf r RETURNS T S L to the ctie of N Orlen fto their nag, for the last twenty years. e hea now made nsive additions to his workshopa, and introduced ves Wood.working Machines, which will enable to at , tend. romptly to sny business i hisline. S , pand o•ce, curner of Prytania ndW ingto str ie; Merchanta' Exchange Boex No. i; . toffi St oB No. 488. - ly - ,. DILWYN, CARPENTER LND BUILDER, et Carondelet street, Box I2O Meohanic' gcbange ye New Orleans. /i Jobbing promptly attanded to. nU7 ly ItsT LINCOLN & CO.. RAISE AND MOVE - J. ALL DIND OF BUILDINGS, OffiOe, 119 Robisleat. All commonications should be addressed Box 10, Mehoaniea' snd Trades' Exahange, 10 Ui n teet. New Orleans. . Country orders uromutlvattended to. jail ly MISCELLANEOUS_ ADVERTISE, s. TEE SONG GARDEN-ANNUAL s 4O,000 Coples. A series of Music Books adapted to Schbooiall grades " Each Book complete in itself. By Dr. LOWELL MASON. The Song Garden. First Book. For begluiers, with a variety of easy and pleasing songs, 50 cea. The Song OGarden. Second Book. In dMitlon to a practical course of lIntruction, it conuta a choice collection of School Music, so cents The Song Garden. Third Book. Besides .treatie on Vocal Culture, with illustrationsUo us x o.feg.ýi, etc., It contains new muslo adapted toinh echooe., seminaries, etc., 1 0. Sent by-mail postpaild on receipt of prl. OLIVER DITSON t 00., u7 Washington stret, Boston. CHAS. H. DITSON .CO.. .e05 '0by 11 rodatwsy,Eew YOrlk. PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY. cArSI o.o. IJo. 8. Rsau ac, Oen. Ags.. '1,000.000. Ba]ltimo, lid. SOLUBLE PACIFIC GU * Five years' erperience in use of this non culture of Cotton has given it standaid cracter excellence unsurpased by any other 1rtiliser. E periensce through a series of 2ses has b demonatrst Vtht s applicatiOn of So poun s r peae the crop Trutr FOLD, while an apelicatoo,0 pounds per acre nDOUL the prodnotion . A rate of t n crease, with Cotton at the present low p rIc h i nvest ment in this Guano vs fromb I5U to 501 .ent pDat The large fled oslital invested-by iii Pacific nae Company in tbh productioe of this ano, offer the surest gunrantee of its contlnued exreNlence. For supplies and · rther information apply to F i W. . KELLY. Agent, Ja15 3m 61 Camp Street, New Orleans. S KEYSTONE MARBLE WORKS OI flco and Salesrooml, 192 St. Charlese street, Corner Julia. A fine selection of Italian Statuary and Vetin Marble Mantels; also Marbleized Matrble and Slate Mantelt On hand and for sale ast small advance eu New York prices. Grates. Marble and Slate Hsarrihn band. The Trade supplled at moderate rta.l' Tombs, Monuments, aeujdtones. Tblsta, Wahstand. S Table and Counter Tops maod to order. too ls