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uwrai og. La d S oic M.agen!
X1b1 LL Au qinint eI'l
A ma i- Rev. +w Do -m-i, . -
dollars for adelaUt rli 3k.
tr Sed14 er ut p, and ota i
Oxford UnlveediIy b
married man .
The Ruastia teram o ia eIse
be fiften yeArns, withl.Ae o
among noblemen. .
A gaveyard ian. tle L k evoo eA law
days sE as4 seventy bodlies w
away by tib rapid ., .esut
The Demorate hare elected their
feor yet, mad thirteen eat of twentien
OeenellWo at tzeatoai N, J.T
rail road bn 4mlri '
debt from P0,0t~,(Wt toe 0.0O+ O'
A new trail is to be Opeasd t ieYsemite
below the snow sine, eofth an easier Mitl
may be made t tthe wonderfaltvalley.
One hundred and thirty-eight moeen ates
es are now running between America E..E
rope. l"orty-fve new ones are on the steike.
The United States SBpreo Court La do
aided th the ISUMaterhouem monopoly,
which eaRsed such an exoitement here two
years ago, is not unconstitutional. '
The aboriginee in smo parte of Australia
are-giving great~sal of trouble to the wJaid
settlers. Large mobs of wild blacks are ream
ing about teo borders of civilisation.
The Ohio Legislature has passed an act
providing for the ,pnaishment, by imprison
ment in the penitiatiary, of persones convicted
of bribing ofloers or members of the General
Shaghbi is the stronghold of the Catholies
in China. They have a large opt~edral there,
besides folqrihing miaon establishments.
Their adherents in and around the oltfy are
said teaumber MO. q .
The ot reeei, Conneotiot le
eating stewed oysters, oo4plained ' lof
them was fall eahbones. =on it
was ound to eoauin fort varying
in efrom a pea to aph
The al' urs e ftor ften pe
cent of tb e ltsre it E Sn h workmen
are for drink ai be. These two items
are as much as s spent b* them for bread, and
twice as much as they pay for meost.
Alderman Ottendorf of NeYork, refused to
receive his salary, both to I A mel er of the
Boeard of Supervisers and as an erman, on
the ground that the salarles paid are excesulve
and $2500 instead of $5000, as now paid, would
be amply remuneia
It is reposted tlr g bab n Yoeng will so
company the6 'Ia1l party to Arizona. The
company will be large, as thtl Intend to eeissst
in building the Southern Pacific Railroad
The object of the mission is to obtlain the po
litical'oontrol of Arizona. •
A project is on foot for a'Leting of West
ern and Southern Congressmen at St Louis,
sometime next month, to consider questions of
general and speclal interest to the States of
the Mississippi Valley. It is thought proba
blethat one hundred and fifty Congressmen
The Triduam, or three day's devotion pre
paratory to the dedication of Ireland to the
Sacred Heart, which took place on Passion Sun
day, was commenced in every dioce a tuhb
out Ireland on the previous Thurs'ay. At
the Cathedral, Obblin, the services ere moset
impressive, the Ret. Father !.it rke,- AP,
preached the sermeoa
Some people pronounce the sare of the
leader of the Opposition, as Disraeeli, others
Disrshell, otheb DMrelly, (thLo ent on the
first syllable,) ethers pronouW t ryli
(the accent onthe second syllable.)'In the
eonrs of his' speeshle Taseday week, the
owner of the name had to repeat.it, wthsl
quoting the letter whie. h.q wrots to the.
Queen, and he adopted thlast piensnclatb4º
The Jonesbor., Ga. zimes, recently publish
ed a vigorous poem, in which appeared this
." ' Whsprinae Com with hu Sm.Islfts,
Tboe tin w 11 glide ea wmf me ow eft.
woe'll glather lowers deek sad em,
To dereato the neus. oke uir.
The editor explains by saying t thirn
line abhEal read " W '1bther rieh
Sra." *ee- e Aphlnation eomse too
late. The poet Tas eonmitted suicide.
Experimets rve recently boee made in
Paris to test the merit of the new Graipape
system of produolog el ielght. i T~e
power of this ligt,'" ys,"i
so týctthat ia Imp,, and
the electric eoa to a roed heat the
wire of fort feet of i leth
another wire. It Inalfloult tlg l
the ~ury eete Irededby qt o io gt
or to ooneeiveo toit atnt thin pmer
may be applie"."
In Arkauess the seelal eq allty ei den't
hreav krhetter awesm Sham
The let in Arskdas pvptevide t perene
shall ave equl prtrile~s int ,etqnh
eeahitmt au meh places, bet the steembeet
esiptla bae q way of getting er that dirl
m.tywIhaotushlf trying. They aimply we
uss. to take LmY Shtsa ..ssegrs. ,,ry
body has to take d ums. The 4es
Mt the bet, hew * ad3 l invite t WL
passenere tpbetheir mertndde
oharge There t so lapr tlwo regulat t i
pltlitfblteCann'oat eapt·in,, and thl ;
ally Ana their whit.rleads to be
many a they ean afeo to jooommoedate T,
out sebL . . - 3
oftwmnrit w~ho uthlram.
o setoket*.l , sIa t gin s-s. , , .
e oesasteaibvboedi -
' Mo~r.n A. d> 1V. , IS.
l'J'ajegb4 grsk d.The
wee all dllqn wil s pa t we ship
ad nm n beris ol peple approachedb
h BEda1 bl. ~At theb. eCatepl, le tieal
Mae was eve a d with all its attead
561 GU hrSt a .4ii a td h mwade. Right
" ~A~0 9uIslan oislatsd end prushed:
the.. aslo announced that the week
*i the pl th awould he pushed forward
eempletio#eamd that he would' ason met e
. * la*nds. He hoped tbat
: et ule Id pert themselves dnriag
f ar, ,,,ese~"'t e athedal taed.
S' workL b guding has been suspended
laek (f d eZ j .Aflabama stone to be
oo i ttd iin nph having yet reached
e Jones fmily ushered In Easter morning.
f a very pe8ahlle mannq Paring Lent they
had nobly denied bthemsees their aesustemed
nte-prandlal codktail, and became self.elMph
memlaug of the sparkling water diviseod On
S brhight Easter moraisg, aher dutifally at
'tedlng Mass and discharging their Easter
atties, they were grauiouely ushered into the
breakfast room by "the young fellow they call
John," and there, upon $b snowy table cloth,
all covered with owe atla eorgreens, stood
the old amiliar e ater, illed with jouie
rsrer old F rIht, pIsimisgtlast1
tbhoujslytiost tsighi.it was still to mess
brydear. , ,
gMif ~has f easreeal days been Ulled with
strapais from the country. They are prinli
pally stockbholder of the Mobile and Ohio Bail
road, in attendance upon their annual meeting.
They are combining pleasure with business,
and daily bitd the most attractive places we
have to show them., They could hardl have
a more shfrming season ; the weatlis de
lightfl, and our gardens, fields and woods are
"b atifuL The exhibit of the -business and
prospects of the read is encouraging.
I have no news to tell, the city being dis
tressingly dulL As nasal, after the~lgors
Lent, there is aome' aegvity9 il the market
matrimonial, and the publications of banns are
anxiously looked for. Our -ummer evenings
will be made to pass very pleasantly, as we
to have again those' dellghttul summer
glts' concerts on oer bay shore, which were
so popular last year. It is a pleasant antioipa
tion in this season of general dulness.
Bologna, Turin, and other Italian cities
are organizing great Catholic demonstra
tions for the 25tbrlMa next, the Feast of
8. Gregery VII. and the eight hupdredth
analveriary of his elevation to the thrOno
which Plus IX. fill to-day. Thera is a
striking analogy between the history of the
reign of the present Pontilff and that of Hli
illustrious predecessor; nor could anything
be moroepportune thad the projisbed mani
festation of-devotion to the Holy See at a
moment like the present, beno, as in the
timeof Gregory VII., ppreeeatien, led on
by the German Kaiser, menaced the Church
on every side. When, after twelve years
of an interminable'strnggle to extridte the
Church from the miry of simony and the
maehep of depen~ence into which Prin
hadplunge4 Her, PeIe Gregory, ban
from his capital, sought a refuge at 84emo.
he was suddenly overtaken iby death. ti
hpve loved justice," hu said, "and have
hated iniquity, aundit is for that reason
I am dying in exile." '"8inot the position o
Rius IX. for the three years that he ip'
been a a prisoner in his own palace a Dre
cisely similar one, and may he not well
borrow the sublime wards of his predeces
sor and apply thema-, iso ease t.
The large attendance at the melo f o the
Catholico Total Abstinence Assoojetion, held
last Sunday evening, was very' encouraging,
showing, as it did, that'al the members are
fboroouly iltearnest in the work they have
anhe rt ixteen new members were ad
mitted ~Ek th o ledge from the Rev. Thk
q1,tler, l.ilritl Director. The Assocla
$i. now nonushiberse lý e and 11 oadets, youths
ua er seventeen yeas of age. This evening
the member col the Association will attend
the concert at St. Theresa's ll, given in teir
hebalf by aius eesa e-isted by
otbe aoiaMuid tt.!z
Freer 1 ` letter toi gentaeman binthe
city we learn that the Catholics of Me0dab
city have surmoanted theprincipal dloel
in their way, and will soon base, the 3t
says, "one of the .ltiCe ttle chiehes a.up
the whole line of the ackson alred*j Nb
Comb City is the new town faunded by C(o
;IoCmb, a few milap t aguel, Miss;
n whiob point the w~khlps of the Jeehon
Ralroed Company M been reoved, sad
lblseh has now quite a pseetahble
eesistiog prinoipally of the op ~ of tho
Sthe oad. Col. MoComb verytdl dons
te a lot of ground foLr tho churebh; and it is
that in twlonths the* edileo ill
ow Ga.vir.--On the 13th inst.,
i P.a, Ta., Bsop Daukis ieAered
oo * wpessignped..inua ths
to to eftt Refago, Jeraree aui
l M r. Joph Gaolols erp -ie
till the 27thi, l t., al he
Wah ..ta.vel ag. - - ..
.s .. i.o" hittP, l.q the
wdrr rk&'- ioertse a and
Souminicos , he having made ar
cure a epita t tyto the Maiieau Ords
ii m. o,- f te* ,,, .
Sie morih em
oun oney breigt
Ii qmigmto.Tate JIW0
olu a.ond thon sa i
isl alout ot ei ld ands we o
s114 00. las t e of the d alh
p , abaib t rsn Is 'worth St
et:.I' fL. beflrtr S afta 1Ln4
hoeen adI eoar ber marde for tle
old and insrI men, women and children,
there have been at lesat 150,000 active
laborers added to t0 indusrtaisltore El
our ountry during the i year. Takibng
6200 as tbh beais of alerenla*-r wefi
that ,0800 are their earning.s.
idg tbis with the former, we va d
sum of '0,.000,000 as the aggregs ch
has been added toour'reeourcea in a ngle
year, a4dfr the purposes of taxation to
the revenues also of the nation. Ta4ing
n4-a-uo of eahob tmmigrant as l125
w--4ura the enormous sum of *450,000,
0o0º( the resualt.of one year's immigra
tion, In be face of sueh igures as these
-1 any ae deny the transcendent lfA
on frm a mer money point of view
ole saulJbor the policy of
it the most zealous care, and
ure of protection and eon
whieh lies within the power
of e t and vigorousn General Gor
ernoent ti bestow 1 For evidence of what
immigratian is accomplishing for this
country we will glance at the march of.
provement which has taken place "in th
eight great food producing States oft. the
West during the last ty decades. Th
States referre to io dlands. Ill
nois, Miehigan, nsl iane ita,
Iowa and Missourl. Within twenty yearp
their population has quadrupled, sixty per
cent. of which are European. Their cereal
product has nearly quadrupled, and the
assessed value of regrpnd personal estate
shows an increase of more thmas 7,000,
000. These figures willenable our reade
to form their own opinions of the value of
In sbight school the other evening, in a
village not twenty miles from Oxford, the
teacher was trying to make his oles un
derstand the meaning of subtractin, and,
to illustrate his subject, said, "8ppposapg
a farmer had four hundred sheep and be
sold fifty of them, by what¶,roeess would
I.e understand how many he had left
What would lie do " A raw-boned led .
fourteen, with beamingfece and out8treteh
ed arm, replied, as soon as he caught the
teachers's eye,'Ask the shupard, sir."
Ptovisioxs.-Dealers in the city and country
Re e reuested s the, $vertlwement, is asetber
uans, or Mr. H. T. ]a. P.s.T 7.7. T, , snd 51
Peters street, Iwhlb itehbes or sale a iamease lot
ef chtles rie of varisss bsmads, Baes,. Pork. Bra.
et. e sells as tie lewest market rates, in lots to suit
lain .Jretae gree inf eeSM with the taint of
Soro aPiO $, ip vari.m Ibrms. such a sWhite
$othi UIse 3 pea. Swelled Nelck. Indotunt
M ta savlaM AJetone, Old Soeie crop.
tht Skin to,.r e theseeasewelUlea
AND Q rUE' DUIGTe raa
!ti din taauto peatl tidete.
T i~lo8lý:h'Rn~flTSU1' AND INTZrUUIQTT a
Nee vhih ~prevail in the wtfle.eef rivers, and othel
mianmaie dieLhaa threugh a ummrer and auntu,
ave invariabl eceempanled hb daesmjiaaneaif the
p tinohea4i a mI wieera There
SIa alwapbsweehne and e . b tate ef the eteoach.
and b~ewie DL TRe'L LI RPILLS
4" suchd~pear a
CUSAcK-ot 4 o'Dlook ". u.. Apri "V
fore year.. a n of Ceonty Olare, I,
a densU of 1YI di foar tbo met twenSJ-flv
i r Wadneeday, r 14, 18..ry.ar
naieof t~ at...fr.y re
TBBr-On Thur. ; April 17, 1/R. at 11
o'clock. Morrit Tobin, a a e of th CoaSty Tippetr
ary, Ireland. agf forty years.
T"IS: $E S' FAIR .
..T. JOSEPH'S %iO uROH
FILL 33 1 IL rk
8T. JP8RPH'S E AL*
Corner of Dgtigny and Conmmo streets,
On Saturday, April 19, out Following )ym.
BARGA NS.T ,. '
We prepose during the coaring t to on
VERY GREAT BARGAINS
S<ILKSG~3D s, OZW AXI&E,uOZawisuuU,
5, s32,1Q. WI G o OODS , NOUNS
=' 'z'LwO~i. 01M~OD23IE, LACES,
SHAWIS, FICEUS, PA3ASOLS.
4r AXE, ITC., ETC. ETC. Nt.
quiR a ONS' WEAR.
We lS64 edm.NDU OKw. ali WNW o'
VERSE. b'ONT B CARCE, asd. Wises
TO EEA~ Nenee, 1ERY 9EEAT A IN
t e if eail owpIieo/s iwmt made. M
IRf'SELE[AN RC ADAUiS,.
eat mi....MAGAZINE sTSrmr..s em m em
.' C~euns Si. Anizuw onset,
..nl aw miaas.
SPECIAL NOTICES. c
yr. MAins CATBOLIC ORPHNkNBO MY -
LUM-Nev Odme 4AP 19. 183R.-Aa
Dsleetere of this A .. is sarw the l jai,
wil be heMl. at the da4.e . theet are. Aies'
M"hop Prohb. w etaabz p ,t 4Uf 1 Mlis dsuLai
a. to I .drebek w U
apf 3t TUGS. MYTON. 5.mst'$
ti. XIgat ath abaeer 'f this " O isay. a gDem
"aine og Ow Stheoba~ Uedeertl 4F b.e l -a the
am" at ta.O..pa,.. sa tws ea NOR.
····t L0o)·j.L BMO aw to i beb ow m
1 .' a.$.. .i .x. a u wat
I ý St~a."a .i ' . ýU~S~lr See.g
~I~ALI~d~w wr ihespps
SVocal and lafrmnmete neert,
Y . I Te . OANNON, I
. .._ . lnus E* . , .... .
'- s ·aC C so as. . m/,
AT 8+. 8sIsAsA NA I....
- 4 0e............................. .'.
Mr. C. URNAND.
I1tften .ceqeetlsa Nailed....WlommemsidL
SMsse T. CANNON aed A. WAGNEr.
'" rk. hw the bird ............LI eswea .
lrsa G. D>4N.
SChe....... ,..'. h.............Vs.dt.
I Tatrmimid. #-. late.
R. sle sad Chboar-'The tim.al-e "'... .. e.
"The Nas that ame. through Tmeaw's Rall".
EIsa THNER&A CAWNNON. V "
It Whiea Daet-"Pmla Imperial Wa.ts"....
r. $ AH. IBLAE s.a IEm OL .
Ii. am.n sPle-Laud of my epst"........ iasa.
Eo,3. A.. ULAIL . .
a3. " atISean vSepresa ................. ea .
1966 A Irlehmaa'saIslao"-Comic......Thomap.
asi THEREA aniN.
14. Orai meal Char........... ....
A seasoa-PrryryCNr . CAs
Ticketegn he had frtm membrth e tofhe lAsobei
CATHOLIC ITALIAN CHURCH.
, receantly app.lnted by pig east
BRe. Paster at the Ca. Ch 'Ml A
Nsplis4 gstreet, for Italisas, and adharised by 8iL
Orase to make collectionl for the sam., tndsre s bn l
se . thanks to the charitable persons who have so A
giareras1y sseisted him.
Sel uimpelled to ask for farther assistance tamable
m I emplete the organliation of hie Parih. he
t y hmnonnesstat on thel4th nlast. a LADIR A
S will be tagabd at the STONEWATLL
Wr RALL. 0e R~o myields ste.t, oppeante
Depot of the Pontcehrtrala Railroad, and will A
as twelve days.
ATY April 90th, at o'lock. there will t a -
Vqj mental CONCERT in th same N l.
whlch is taha ty atol. "
.ap h " , - " . CAJONE, P. P.
Ofie, 48 Carondell Stre.t,
, ",-a L sarnm."
'T , * e New Ow ....i.. . 15.
uTo His firo tsRev. N. ! Aehblal p of
Now Orlteanat . " • -
Dear Bir-A a meeting of the Board sf Dtreotors of
"La Matamelle," held this day. .t were uaenimoesly
eleted onerary Preside, of th,Asslattsm.
S* m tst duy to taibrb yea of your eleete,
d trat you wll acept the position. I kauw thatt he -
Gomlpany his your fl sympathy. and I ape yoe wilt
give it the benesfit oft year in es advice tOn parsa
I am, with great reverense ad rat yearbedlaat
e-*ant . H. rL. e-s s.
Capt.J.. .Iliaul/tLs eet--l .
p tof the lstItatlp elled " La Materaetle,"
g th1t such an latitticalas in perfect conform.
ih the apiplt of religion mad charity, end bIng A
saddent that aundr yeur ekillftl apt qoas i atloLs di.
reetin it will prove benedial to the commoalty Ia
I remain, dstr aIr, respectfnklyer e.and i
*Areh earOrleaas. a
"" LA MATERNELIE-" T
CHILDREN'S ENDOWIr AD RevI¶C h
0Ib. 48 Carondelest , ta b, b
--Niti. tie S ratietP .sadp re.5iea
leite irs wasd, the Irapllos I
- Preadent, Meat Retv.th of the. *w, ' ot
P.ECIAeyL o2Pr1i w 3N . PERI . AraI.
e lo o LL Now Orlo s.
.. M'ILLIA. .................Psidnt
SA. N. LUTTO. ..................Es ayseta I.
ShY. Mth cNA .....i................ g ent r.
-s. N,. t 'Wrren Oneo, ' ooN. Prest1 .
SDCL. J P.a A .EdralSou. o Asm.leet.
Guou soiittlrs IId aditbral aempaton
given. sp atIf
SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
The public of New rleane and swsedlag osny
ABLE EMPORIUM of f.
,"e' WILLIAM HOGAN, -
" Nos.'99 gait TOLioVnma Street, w
they will d a i and va a asst oif aring I
Aa................ P th eem ,......... ...Ocr.
oN8 V ........ R----............ .s e os-.
•br & ' 3 'r 4I .l t· 'r%. I
(1IrI B w- t ~.
O ~ m ·lttor #he..lrr eairmha~l
G~a* = LOIus " .wn
tEw~shi. ChGroh oft*t34i.
na~isanailtb o( tgi
*.L q*MoRIICb4Y. Aflr* !
..QIlqt V ·lnlli'261
Sw1' T -
'- Are TAMIL-/p M.Y ,~
Tý MA''b R: 2w -UD INa s ý
a 2e- e. s'm
AE R*L 3A ifK-ii saw !
TBaLguU~auau2..hme...by toe 3u
A GOLD 'l
A S1ADDLU samdIDLU. S . A D
.YoaL.es. 5ftaN" LMeI,7 ý ha 'a
A Sr ehe..IsmIw bIheq.. $ VING IACNINE.
*alp A' -1 ]ary Lehouc nMj "
l . W AB
t f def.our C R eotis toe V~AN" ait thl.
f!'. TSTPRNRWUf BALL, ALPOLUON AVUIVUX
-- n _ POE Ti SWNIT To TE.
NEW ST. *T19PHEN's ONURON.
TuramPus AI wIO rU . "
EASTRIE SUNDAY RV4IN 0. APRIL. I%~
a. CoOIIuU3 NOR fW. wall,.
It will. leahwaam 52 ITINcT D3
:o~diag many aovelf fenture.1 mi.ng ebere, s
"V IDSjA3T PWWNXT IL NA4NAN.IA
PLAZSOWS A1A. " w
am le KAJUY5**2DUPA3T KZ3T. "A
Mams. oa Otbsr Liet.6Mm witOij eMrid
Adieeie. TIeb-Twemty."i CenMUsaeh.
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. - 1
A. there win always bº,. motprluajd a ea is
buadlnss, whose standrdM itfmniii e$ inesSlty
so thither thle I. hove the" "+ hdoIrg
ow eyam. a.gunat leialee heeheam dare our
ol metrym. the 'UT. PA.
TUI EIIEI by aadpAand wowed ot. srt o
owe pab~sbhir a"4 g aaSL rl (agetorfT
his werbe. Thiiamý.atdae nv added irmilt iselnjor1
y rellly $. .l. R . h Deies resm pree
th~sOGEUIEBt 00!'1:6( hisei £e'ebM weeks m4d s
leer plot ef thin itettlag IallablPiee]. by liagi a
S OLD CATU LW BOOKSTORU 151 Camp tdt
*944(-td to exaim].e t s. plewaree befere p
ohasiag ehewbkee x6 ay of' sam Pinturee will he T
ared for at fhe *le for the bomeS of the 77
&ureh in lire. nels, at St. Sbiap'I QroI. T
I.leAltmeR.. P. Jr.OeM V, ¢
LpiS' BSI TS. !o tol
We"is" reedvad poe r tme·blp Vendeh. oin
mad norpl demetet K ONE1T IiMWLM aUE'S r
fren the mnmufaet eulee
OMARVET. 1 M
~ ~~~ PA1 "t
sasah fro. .lfat maenfutedam h4_ we weaN
sri the ett~aede.of pmrhamse. t" " 3'
aLtI·llrr . Yy op or w w! ",, r
-ar~br kt·, sE. B.t LI8,
44 ** £S.~iAO
PAREN IET 0Nm~IALDI
c L~IY·~ I : 1
Attoway aUl~ntl enL
,HI· -.?~ d1II
CLAIBORNE fbI. STORE.
- L. !. 'MESI4AN~
LAPW. yam. AND OmLCaDU
"B 3tou Lace aid G916r Boots,
5,0 RIofob. rrBo wza AND imvw
4, w 2 ooc ~ i ~ ar
3@Ih AND TVftW
4.1ng=s,, .BalImr6ra aw gsiqns.
z&L,* NONOOCO sUID NI?.
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: 3r. *-L AW See .y pus
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