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ng Star and Catholic Messenger.
" natA". 3OAt - A. Spthony says bshe wouldn't be edit standi* faee to fee with sa new iron furnaces are building on of the Selma, Rome and Dalton'BeUl reimalady has reappeared'ls Brek. m.. Twenty horaea are down, and tied. as just set fren Liverpool se-. esng girls to Canada, and will out a large patyin 'Jae.. migrant arrived at.Cautle Gaiden last week. 000-arived a Moday, arrival eve kn hoew i one day... ha Early, President of Georgetown died on the 94th, at the age of sixty was strieken with paralysis on the araday. party of the Or4atal Topographi from New York, engaged in explo lBale..Lan, have gone .from gypt and Asia Minor. SJ., who has been so bitterly in Italy, has ust published a book aternadenal as a new form of the nips. bitwee the rich and the killed a few days age near Ley S weighing Aftee atode, whioh pned, e we perfeot' hearts-one a the other, but both perfest and eer bhaginvented a design which .the gepnal reporter from many ma a a hot-water pap with which to water on desaf person who walk on or spany accidents among the visi last Derby races, Saused by runs .falling stands and iea poreare of ewde. Tiree perasu weae killed .poqetectijon a of --a zilsq " Asia, fromOrenburg, to conneoi with sh railways in India, to Calcutta. lee is under assian aptices. the Queen of the Adriatic, h been .to Yxbeesed ea of The eeemaosay emnmeaed by saol ,sd a eoaese of allthe Oaths. . s round the ,sliWiaof St. Mark. * eloen, hbs written to the Gov-. Texas again, taking for the release of ig Tree and Bantana in order that the ith the Indians might be carried out, ing already falflled their. engage art of tilal of the Massachusetts med ety, which recently tried certain mem a soelety for practicing homeopathy and that such practip violated their memberabship, has-redsresd a deerilen seven physaoans from membershlp society. pen the lst of April and the 19th of ,561.immigrapts have been landed a Garden, New York, and the cry is "still me." A largeaumber areGermans and come from the Baltic ports. The papers ay, however, that, ': vast ra areEnglish and Irish," inquest into a recent colliery explosion nd, brought to light the fact that, un e circumstances, the safety lamp itself Ssdfcient protection against the explo f fire damp. In the casein question, the foreed by a current of air over the 'with such velocity as to penetrate the coverings. postal cards are used in New York as vehicles for advertislng and fan. umber used" fir jocose purposes on the theiir issea was very great. Bread street terally flooded with them. Most of the were in the nature of alleged tailors', omen's and boarding house bills, and many a barbed joke was launehed ;way vtrnor Lewis of Alabama, in company a number of foreign capitalists visited al on Saturday 94tb, and remained two the party spending a portion of the time e snapper banks and having flue spe Governorbeems much interested on the t of the annexation of Eslt Florida td ma, which it is expected will be disposed i a special session of the Florida Legisla to be held sometime during the summer. a Ageassele felteag announces the early ication of works of Goethe, hitherto ua aised; among them hiar sclentidd oerres denoe from 1812 to 18p2, which he collected el1,.andhis correspondence with the two hers, Alexander and Wilhelm von Hum t. It is said the most interesting part of nsists of the letters between Goethe and helm von Humboldt from 1796 to 1832. -- anS.au IJALIED MAaseIA Ie free from at tate, and lhree timees the atrngth of the n ealena mageala. The World's YaLr Medal eour lrst-Praim Medals have oen avardeld It sg the*eet In the markea. se·aeythe 'ruggite rso emntry storakeepera. by 3. Ja, rt & Cao. new OMesas. nb9 3a rAD Oxwer FAIYar YMasenrx.-Bea LJer Jnsrpgeras-e-a purely VgabhJitha aToic--for DaJsseta, cinadpebia., Slek ibe l Attacks, ema an aaea ef - Stagdand Bewele. Ask yer DrggIst for it. SOanr.-The Congresalon· delegAtion which td the eity roeeatly, was sesemhbld at the eem Ssf Western farmers who ftoud thatItit was moe table ~g bagn their s fu r feus, thean tes them r railreads. 1eW BSothern people ·os get the gFran meeeaalfemr eat ateimal ighways, at vr leow O n d they heuld at oes lvest. Our emerged ead 1. T. Iamwler., has theusnma bf ras of corn, ma eto,, which he willl aell tthe lowest market rase. See dvleemat. Every partile of poeioous iatter is earried Stfthe ayssm. the pLe ma antall-wnm·ea ah. m igereuas, by sedg lmmea' Itvr alegWt .. Members Broneh No. 1, lU And an im pertmt mwie m eam" uaetda asels" sane. ulogy na the Life .at maraeter a JKeha Fratdel Nagirs, by Azersbhp 3Wi g. On the 3d lt., a soemn Mas of Requiem. was celebrated at St. Mar's Chureh, Westmin ster, for the repose of the seal of the lat Jobs Francis Maguire, M. P,, and a commemorative eratis was delivered 'by the Arehbishop of Westminster. At 11 A. x., the oberoh was All ed with a oongregatie consisating of the friends sand dalmi of the deceased, who were all attired In deep mouraing. Amongst those present were Mrs. Magaire, the widow, and lMgr. Woodlook, Rector of the Catholle University, Deblil. A very haadaose eas .flque covered by a rich pall of purple velvet, wisth broad gold border and legend, etood is front of the high altar. The chureh sad altar were draped i blahck. The Mase of R Squem having been Slished, the Archbihop asenadde the alfar teps, and delivered a fall. and eloquent eulogy on the life and ebaracter of ill..d.. dj- -We attempt, says the 2hI lef, under a ftl conoatasnmes of the' er treme didiolty of combining searaey with eondensation, a summary of the leading pointi taken by his Grace: " If anythingl more tham sother eau he said to mark the diference between thei Church's jadgment of men and the world's, it is the manner in which they estimate the lif and services of publio men. The world es teems sad praises those who win poulnrity and exalt themselves Bot so the Coecli. She edges with the .judgment of ted, su often regards thoes most highly who } isveat th.ought of amongst mop. and most venerate those whom the.world despises. Wi her as in the sight of Ged, the Anct is often lest and the laest rst; h ber role 1i that of it. A gastlue: lrlas uM#segaus t, qui megsrnn heis sralss. 'He is truly great who haes great charit y And yet he whom we ourn to-day was highly etesmd, ot only Is the Obareb. bat threagheut his own eontr, and by good men in reat nubers everywhere. None of you here present an have fsrgottoo the loy ing testimony borne by the tsr ad venra tien of the vast multitudes that attended him to his last astiag-plaoe-testimony to the piiop n t a o hi as a man who before God was. trlygsatb-wbeloved God above all things and his neighbor as himself; and who was thereetv patriot beetew e loved his neighbor. He I ved hil eooitrey a be loved his n'; bth hred"suaae Eoy hneatse. e 'ao' les, but hsle tli Ian peeoefn lifte wuld Save diarmed them if he hlad any. s-.was trly a psosemahs in the'uidat of the esatet of pUebli Ilt Therefre it was tha the veie. of morwalag sad.of sympath broke ont all over Ireland a .his decease, o$ only. froqi friends but even from political adversaries, who eWy rot,..; til he was gone, how much they had respected him. Public speakers on an occasion like this are expected to nse terms of eulogy about those of whom personally they have known but little. But for myself, I may claim some right to speak, for I knew John Franc ]Mauir well and long, and loved him always. When ev*r.he had beet with me, he always Left me with the impieselon that he was an. humbl man who loved his neighbors with a large heart. le. twentm aegat the poor to help them, and interested himself in all their wants and trials. Hle was jeloved by them, for it is the poor who best know "the value of such a man as he was. lIe had a warm heart and ready speech, sometimes rough, "perhap, but always showing genuine symptb y; the t poor knew the man, they looked npon him as.their I friend and confided in him. As n publio man he had few equals. Some indeed might deny that be wa a public men, beesause he held no high office In. the Imperial Government; but f e was a publio man i this sense, that for hirtp yearen s labred oonsoleostitel and 'indefstig y for the good of the people nd for the gogd of the Empire. For thirty yearm be eerosed one of the most powerful agen deis of our age-for good or for evil-that of a t public writer. He wielded the mighty power of the preset not for himself, or for any selish end, but for his own people. He labored in it as a good mn, iojurnnng none infringing no right, and violating no principle. He was alas a public man in this, that for sixteen years he devoted himself to attending on his duty as a member of Parliament. Four times he was chief magistrate in his own city; and in all Lese varied avocations he worked with astir lug energy, never for a moment giving him self rest, so that in truth he died of over work. In lilteral truth, he offered himself a sacrifice for his people. He was further re mlhrkable for the perfect sod stainlless ld pendence of his public ebhracter, and it ar gues great dignity of Vsol in a State such as ours to be able to pass trough a long politi ctl career without incurring a suspicion of is a terested motives and free from the slightest thor of several important works, all upon the history and interests of Itreland; for In all a things that he did he sght to serv his pee ple, and received as his reward their am Bdeune and love. His wl equally eer f ished both patriotism ad religa; wr par I otism is Christian where i i -a tholio sad the abildrea of CatholI eeu never be extravagantin theirilove oft eea try, while they love their faith. And even I. were thle extravagant in this, it would l be Scome us Englishmen to reproach them with itn we-who for the sake of country have cast of n the unity of the Chur6h.; we-wbo from a I mistaken pptriotism, have rejected the Vicar Sof Jess Chbrstr-we are surely not the men to zeproach Ireland with as exceesive love of " country. We, when we love England, And r something antagonistic to our love of the r Faith, but Irishmen love country and Church with the one and the name love. They love Ireland because she has safered for the faith Iwith unsurpassed heroism, because she has u nndbrone a martyrdom for Jesos Christ. In John .Francis Maguire the 'love of his native Ind was eentrolled and mod f oerated by his love of the Faith. He a showed his patriotism; not only iq political action, but in his exertions to do goo oally and in pot ivate life, What he didor the poor in his three sucoessive ayoralties inathe city of Cork, as a magietrate sittiag on the bmeeb, Ssad in his private exertiom searhog int tshe I holes and corners of that great town, wa i equalled by his efforts to benefit bis poore constrymen in England-this England, where Sthey suffer perhaps more than in any other country in the world. In AtieriaCIna and Australia, the Irishman fdods aeloomla and a bome, but in England he is too often re * garded with feelingure of a very disrent kind. e Iam reproched with the great rep tc of SIrish Catholie prisoners in oar gao sad the , very tongle that reproaches me rbids meto sand Catholle priest into the prisols. John raUnis Magnire labored In England in that cOuse, the ecase of the poor in car prisons had work-hbouses. He went to Americ, to exam ine nlate the state of hiscountrymen there. sad ho he hgiven to the world tbhe l t of hL re Ssearobhee in a book that you hav a read, and Swhiceh has touached your ht as it has touch a ed mise. Through eal his Nlb he psesrvd the Sthe eimple faith of a se of Irelad; rnligion Sgoverned the whole man and every aetion of his life. Always did be preserve the habit of continual prayer. It was his eastemr ever to go to holy Lmunin before ndertaking say important bunloeo lilke eour great oestry. son Sir Thomas Mre; ad whemovr ay oI. d far of wiLght reJse oahimindt k h e dt Swrite tolreiand for praytrs O sad is wa to them that be aseribed any ulm with whtoh his laboel might be erewled. He always ar - ried hi beads with him. Like a eal Cathoei h ewa not ashamedt o the bads. Amoat may othe bu e tat be wo sa, whte ih tie would tll t describe at th one of the me use a aoeptoable git; tI IlIh o[ Fatr Malhw. is was aiaded splet to that ef the great Framelesan i wbo a 5 clued smo a vast sleiueen tr eed1vuert ladh. H. warmly st mbthe wthe b *t mer"eo motmet' "i we& the last subjoet on which he ver epoke is publhle; d lad be live1 It was his resolve to bays adopted the pri epls of total ahtleo hemefno, b tod to have mbd them the rul fe e the edecatioe of his obldtUl. A mse and ts Baby is a beck that will be repombsrd revoer. Wbem all the world we- rg ae laet sPis I., sad wh thetorm which has sinee brset was the Magaire went to Rosse, sad od too the esde of the Holy Father, ate time st om6d like the time of the ernelal* ton of Christ, whob all i 'Jerusalem save His sj mNmdisat disoipbe e ,weore enem1es and re SThe 4odk ed a important se viae to the Cathollo ases by givieg, as I em pFreusaJrltit,. mess erect sod accurate la mties bo the waliVes camoeiL beth - to Ito preliminaries sad t to ite preeedaR By the earnest idelit with which John Fra S lsgir devoted ilaself to that labor of love, h gave anotber proof of what had al tdy, boss proved in us many wya; thLat t hi a_ Irish Caboilois to be a deoted ies of SPis IX, was indeed a tree esn e Cathe e I4 d--- Cate411 of that genains and ol p, noe ash are to be found only amena men of that qomutry. No other sell in to orld coald have heors , s e loi t.l I bat. yself .d the orivilego and honor of the lteudshp of ome of the momt dis tinguished Cat l layme I Frands and t hr the ceontuset, of men Ithk Non salebe and Demse Cortas sad ortse; but I can tnfrm that thep wern qualities in which Magtire outshone them all.. It to the FPitb whi-eh usite a coutry, sad by such men as John Frnople Meguir Ireland s unit ed to herself and to the rest of Christendom, sd so enjoys that social unity which we in EngIaud'oest whet we lost the Faith. There is no laud in wbise'tih love of the priesthood is to be compared with tbat of Ireland. It is not the cold meagre ofcall respect or the gratitude for benefits received or serioes ren. dered-theme are to' be found all the world over, in all countries where there are Cathdie priesto aind Catholie people. But Irish priests are loved eud boanore ith a wrmth and heartiems that has ~no lel lwbhe. Well m iay be o,dor in I d the priests are the len, eon lors, and loielaos of the pas ple. It I to the prieetbo thme the Irish owe the preeerystian their eletence as a peo ple. The elergy saved the lsit .i the storm; and the time stmunbw to he at'band whoa it will be the laity's tarn to ave the ut of the Faith. That meet insidious of alt poicfes ie plgau tk.e brought to bearape. Ielad- the policy which teaches to divIds mnd rule.' It i salredy at work, and ttempts_ a being mde to spep ratothe. l 6m th aty. omentousn isuae. await th resalt of the straggle ; for if the Cathollo falth is pafe ia Ireland it is fe all over the British Bm pire. The thing to defend low Is the liberty of rellglous instruction. Irishmen have to preserve the perfeot integrlty'and Inviolable parity of Chrietisa edeation, the formation of the mind of the Ireland of the future Ca tholics will have to stand in ioe together, ad to stand Arm in that line sat defe· the e of God which ie coPitte4to their keepnug. I am oonlden you will not fal in your daty. What an interoesion is going up at this mo ment on behalf of your country, frott theouil titude of Ireland's saints and martyrs and con fessors In hehven, from all the holy priests and laytr of Ireland who have wastiedtheir robes ?Id made them white Is the blood of the Lamb. You have the same Faith as they had and the same fidelity. Mayf God grant you the same perseverance ! May He bring. you all at last to that true country, wher- you shall hear.that there shall be so more coffiet and no more ow for the crown is won I" On the olh his course the Archbishop bstn n bit and cope; and de soenadl aea tfatI gave the absola tices and recited the usual prayers. Da. GAtra a.---From the PrepagateSr we take the bllewng: " We oasese the eobage of res ideace at D. Giathier, ex zurleeou-MaJ of the Freseb ary. After a long search he bas found very cony.. cleut quarters No. 145 Canal street, between Bourbon and Dauphine, which he will cnoupy from this date. The eoasaltationoors are not changed. The happy eurmeDr. Gauthier has eeeted sad of Whiob he palb llshesauthatlenL ertiostes, are Utie to the oeesdeiee whichk idally sbows is hi. and which he hopes to J. tify mor6 ad sore." If you value your healthand life do not fall te:ums lapla's ladies Taruip Pestersl Balm the m meut yeo have ae or cold or any brenchial afe. ties. It Is the sarest sad speeodlet ame and can be bought at any good drag stoe. DOWLON=-On Monday evnraig May 5 ,I7 - Brid_ Cetle. agd thtrty-rne rear, widow of the lae os Dealee. a mautve of trllrm, ceunty of O4w1 s Mud. sa al reldt o theis oly feo the prst 3mb. ST mi. T L Nog - Wedleodn ee, ell, Ism .tadie r. telity-tw yano. OOGAN-Ola Wedmeeday ovmre . Mayr S, at half. psete o'ik.lo lagas lreba tlew. wie Jofa Coena. a rai yd utllsutr, OCesaty Weloet. IrIesad ane weatert of ew Ol ta for tweatS year el'doo. C O Dyle. aged forty yor a sTl . of the Perish of llyy. Ceuty eet, IreTat. * o e7114 astarr o o) - ST. VINCENT'S BOMB BOYS' ASYLUY. SST. CAneO1E183 HatLO', - Gpeleon AveUnRe Sith . DLsrt, MT. VINCSnT'. BOIE 80F6' ASyLO , O nd, Eeiga June I, 1o73, t 7 ool The foRdet LDedleges nd Of entleen hra eneovolmo rvterdtominet to best s An na no esle a this year raoh Ae s0ie.g the FmOy oST die. the -,tZer , huia emss at p1eTesT. he e GArAD LAcO CoDs, AND NONl,.PA Sbee hess eaOged for SUNDAY, Jm tath. sat FRI. DAY. Jly th, whh as a RAND •E5 ~As atreet sad d otog presrmm wt p Sdissda --pltmet Oeat. aimemet-t. .The arest" wi be sol i the hihest btaner, tour Brash e te pu, ata tr ime lad pls e herseter membeo h, eetn Rrmse iso dshpea yeesteds mes theds tha P uer4va may r mbe made asses a DA. y 4, Ra 3 Rhd _ A iA hE ma· Pew omdi DrthIth o,3 A N..II A. Ie. o. eet rir ,·C amKss r UInrAm, 3s aUas CO , a.r a' ms e-a' ads - Sl . a, S .............. S .........-. 1 ee ,...i...e ,-iJ N iaTMA · ................................. $m g 1 T hardd tput s a ivad. So aft oe tpoo Mw l rr'rn , dW· a sk, ; I* pa •nqL iO ia the dbivlea Aim t ::mma. oP-e e- ,ah Ts A dVING BOUGRE OUT TEB GROCERY STORE Corner Common end Willow Streets, S0i4t up, and laid i as eamplte a steok of CIOICE rtn SN05OOEINS ear'n be Ibuad in the lity, I will be plesed teo e" my old tlead at my aw aLme. I wit dalver all goods tflee o drryage. TII6. J. GLEASON, Jel It Corne Commeon sad Willow streets. TRAVELING GOOODS OREAT VARIETY AaD AT LOW PEICES AT BRASELMANi & ADAMS' CAMa HOU$E. 5- and ueO .... .AGAZnIe e3? a.....as amd Nset jel 1S Cermer It. Amndew asteet, FLOUR.... ............... ....FoUr Ali bbL. Cholee FAMILY FOUR-" Litti Elephaat." 1s. ......... I er i" 100-- Dube sald 8uperne . Which I oter for sale in lots to saltat the lowest s1ake prices. H. T. LAWJ.NB, Noe. 7. 77. 79, 81 SIe 83 Persai strs.S, jet la Iste Now Levee. rlN~ . .........................t... GRAIN 10,00 sok- C oiee OGagl OATS. . 3.000 White Yellow ad Mited COrN. 1.000 Pateat Peeked BNAN. I50 SHIP STUihF. In store and on landing, wlhloh I oer flr siale at the lowest market prices. - N. T. LAWLER, . Noa. 75, 77, Y9, 81 and 83 Peters street, t lm . Iate No Levee. FOR SALE ........ ........... FO BAL 53D. 1). S. SHOUIJSE..-yry mal is. t 15 ACON-Clear, Clesr iband shi oler. 100 tierces Choice S. C. RAM. 90 - Hdaeed LARD-Rings. 00 hkel e - - taer & Auatin's. No. is, 77 t. 1 amis s Peters uste, jet Im late New Leve - TO SAVB IS TO GAIN. P. F. O. GOOARTY, CATHOLIC BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER. 161..............Camp treet..............151 Informs the public that be is prepred to f~trlsh all Books on the Alphabetical List eof the Catheli Pabi eation Society at TWENTY PER CENT LE88 THAN CATALOGUE PRICE. 'Therefore, do net oma your mnaiy to Now York when you ean do better at home. The best Demstle MedfIae o existenee ads a urwe rlmedy fr my allments to the AI.OO(iATURE OF ARNICA. maunalibtred by the eelebrated lo[hs ef La Trappe. Lock vial Is wrapped a a prtaled cireclar describing Its Ilternal sad external ns and appileostlel. Every Cathellie fbmily huld have a bottle o1 this msolse eeiemt medliete I. their beos. Al orders peomptly iSed by m ySti P. FP. GOGABTY, 1I cam street. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. The Sesseo begins on % IT I OTOSEB, nd ,atiunsa till the Thursday before the oth day of Jouy INSTRL UCTION In Literature d nbo a nd the probwisus of Law., MdYae Ea atae d Agri. THE XPNl tBhe elaest aa mee aster the prtical ilabo tE), Oldive a Wthe ane or tsat book. clothing re"d L btet~u id,, are flro 635s to m. amcerdsg s I. asirsei. ear Oet.rea c.aoIeaheep b. mo m. theseste aasser ro CH8. S VENADE, nd SCIAHO sabe aMem LN L WOTICES. A Ampl yIgt ChTo t tiae eas ATAIr TOM. .UniverA'TSi LNiU h blaook aEsEh retslil E oms Comm aud rbftomea. s aTer SPOE I .O lElse u raedo Mloem. ALTAR CrT R~aIlX AND ClTA A. WAX TCI EAT --gisS . sad r"neOei . a SHADS. MEDL, S, C1APULARS ste, .e0. Ali te lET NO OF Trn SEASON 0r aLerirgoe , alnr a. pilahOd. lot Im. by CHtA. P. ELDtUet, Cat L heellea bspede dNeaho SPECIAl NOTICES. i --. -Ta mi map o , this .. adt e Hail earore. Comma A Darbgmysi-eo Nioe3, W.JU. KELLY. o·-ant 1N. I. O'MALLIN. IE. b 'ar. Jr l It. 0CIAEIC1--bin& N. 4-Nw rom.J-- n re , 5--Te gio br .manthl mosiiag of UrsaNe. 4 u be h eld W nl WNiAY NEXT, JIan 4, £, q 'tIe, b a'e S . I im A 3. 3OIZm. A. NOPPMAw. . . fwl* . D. H. HOLMES, n.s. 155 Canal ad 45 Barnbe Sbw.ts, DIRICT .IMPORTATION. SILEB, I BIDLACEB, SUITS, CmHI.DPEtW GAIMBW1T HOUSE 1URN3M16 S8HOSarIEY, 1rb. Wholesale and Retail. iw U . . CLAIBORNE S8RE 8'ft. L. L. MWEHAN' Msas. Camplee a sohk .t LADIB'. M E3' AND 3D1w" Button, Lace and Gaiter Boots, KID, Ds3o004 E;OEWs AND PNEuNLLA. mbb tE it toa ew. asnT u Om;' $.D ioUWss' Congress, Balmorals and Brogans, CALF. MPROeOO A KINP. A " EEunOEs DrsT sNeanr' AID GoTTrESONSa suILYS-TWPD, WRTANTSD. I. . 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