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Hah9uC Owhuc, to_ oswsiatory A. Tb. following Isa translation from the Lamt origlal.of tipltportattooaument s Venerab ,j ibWhen We coast dr ,e e Swhich the Chireb feoda e I ntheir daily Inereas lg smpp r ad I it, We feel thb, in t ought rather to shed r ow wag ing agaiat oll over the calamities of i'd over the nlatuatlo of cw impe Is inspired -ino ar t110014 Lam eled u- nspisof l , oand in thei 'o t t a a dto wi k Stt...i.d t hs ae rLd resOuLd ed er= Amale *trap d awell int " the ad'fsdba of.od. Very dos this atholle Cdhurch n oeesplref y of the Beanreia of c re e, ateeranBy nReed t o t We -shoral otde premet oealon ratai in detail go you the oa - amtes sh e Is pow a d ariag In the TGu wh I BtilSer l :lantd. ad n the s o C entrai ad .: ".outrner.o rw ~-nZen .a rebe e t bad w those arevol Ad ahoo sare I ar e at .them.. Today We have to yto oru about thele ooeflrm~t e of the ret g o o Antioch of the atBr an8 and S We .unsabte, --Venerable rethen, to teir .ate deap o poegnant grief ith r. ic hw aeplorr1the .ruel Perseaution "- ...... t wbiohich the-mnenian Catholics are a present- sforib . The Government of bnot counr-.s" unjustly expelled the Slawftl PsaisOclf Clilesi of the Armen. 1 tanosbndbh'tobeuge proper to recognize as- ,e tro is seu p hore--st me being eo-te dde, "and- omie larmen--we rebels _a· sOal r e corItanold reure ohedle ne to. ý _ t_ y ý . s bdreamsenoanod mae a m serable revolt from Cadtholic ni ,. ty. Thee pero reo1ve Governmental I pa.onai g and suppor, while the true . ape, who with noble olrae hv ol a tmha kWinds of infslltiont s for their heis.... teo.re ranionof. thebd r ratbers, s iareswen ovr o hbated and fad o theN eo-Schismatcs; .in several plac their p tp and that of theChorobh has en vhioeny seaedby the soldiery, thes reo-Sobbt r e leaodinl and abetting andro - te baTe r compelled to amarem iL ., epriv n u for tlaethocee of the Churh randthe _ebr.tio of Ms. Nor are tbely e prow ed by eprtadples of the nine . e.. cete uy by virtue of which libert i, S o ee ohe cis prowelamed d they ought tohe he to posess their own chur hes, i, and to profess their own faith, and follow I Stheir ow rpastr. Wor are they protected a by the solemn covenants entered into be " ws potentates b which, In addition to l0 otw·rslnherihs a oritd wau pro Svided for the liberty, peronal safety and I property of Catholics residing in the Otto ma Empire.a Where is now the eacrednem G of thehonorable engageme nts.ntsred intot Where irnthere anye oncern aboeutprotect- mI W lag and relieving the oppressed on the j Spet ofs ti osle who could and and ought to r ras their voice 9 And, while We are recounting these P troubles, We cannot, Venerable Brethren, but feel the most poignant inward grie f 'when We contemplate the great war that 'i now waged by the imptau ead the ins deis, with crafty disimulation, against 'God ad against His Divine work which He Himself bath established on earth, which e directs b 'His Spirit, and which is 0e guarded by Hie promisr ; while on the or b and, not only is no opposition of- o bred to that wicked oonspiracy but everj asBt en.ea and ncitement is given to It; Al nor do men reflect that, when the Cburoh's cause and her rights are trodden down, no otbher human rights Ur the peace of civil a society can be secure. Ae But We, Venerable Brethren, amidst the tumult of this great tempest, firmly plae all our truat in God. For the cause We defend is the cause of God, and although Sth Dvine-Teacher foretold that in the world we should have tribulation, yet He d . doth not forsake those that trust in Him, and bath promised that He will be with S them all days, even to the consummation of the world. Is it not the strength of Divine S race by which Our Venerable Brothers the Bishops, and also the priests, In Goer many and Switsarland, in-the regions of of wthe Eat, and the countries of America se have-been supported, even to this day in de the greatonflict, so that to the greoat gloryt of l on they have exhibited admirable the ;eeapa i. eonstancy, meal, faith, oourage, and ptenoe inrvoincble v And, therefe, ni do We return thanks to God most mereiani, . Who supports and protect His Church r wlth Ii watchful care ounder her great trlbnl atlon, na Wn e ry to Him, both wilth pryers and with holy diripline of life, the > that He would contlnae to strengthen Us sod aUl His faithful people l the battle, a.nd t Ha woultd ehton with HIeas l ig t~brhe mnd ot(L shb rngban wouldwid S tu bei ehartd bteoin like manner a Our de eatered lto the ocllonft with the trong manrmesd, and overcsame Si, not in His own Omnipotonoe, bat In ar lowlin and lnfoidst, se We by the es of patience and h Jutie ma over nuh e ptewr of the adversaries. f we or te Him, we may net doubt but that •s weill be graious to us, and will answer u edllyJi In His goedness--Be/4 *u. Aa 1ow to the end thert w e may upply the : thDo._aeds& the Cstholie hurb of the Ol- the • C. inprCOsr _stoirm on of the wht 6..,,.i~~·rSYIP~io nWe noty We o to WiV· beelie Beotherwgh tl uano th p dueoUo hom, having been eleed accord by h Sria / iehops. We T ausi aP ch and lnstluted eight pa .iehepe of the 8yria Rite, eM a hbied in IDm Churoh ot "hstatiKa blate Lebanon, ef~I th SI m X tý6e DonaitSceltor, to -of .Anls 9R te Syrdeme, teas, both the Bfees ad * easet, u Ste Us by lottersto to aff sit thed Weoud As- bOur Auhorit rty m*ta onier ao e pon t Ze eo bte er= the acred PtUlium. The whole aZir having a the iblfgsutl and ascamately ezamined I east Oar Cg aton of Propaganda, We, moet w U.glyaidoplg the reessmeada uas1- tion of the me -o a m*- he tarb thought at to preoal t before-mern a- tiopd Our Venerable Brother Dlonrlua i. ie - Patriareb of Atioek of the SyBi sed , to confer on him the Pallium ta i ml ke fhem the body of the Blessed Peter, in Sof the assuremd hop that be, with the a of lf nod, will prove a, eoleat helper lnnd dmnder . Catholie Ch.rc of the . a rlas n this its season of aElotion, with zed z401-hr , and for the savation of an 1. ad .... the holy fulfilment of the k Bthe authority of Almighty God, and t of me h IlyApostles Peter and Paul and Our own, We ea nrm and appeva the eleet ion an d postulation made by our Venerable - Brethren the Bishops of the Syrian Rite SeB-t'- m the1 "person o Ou8t, Venerable Blrpt Donyia f ~ot, Patiareb. We the absolve him from the bond by whiohl be Is rU- bound to the Chureh of Aleppo Iand We oed traslta him to the Pýriarehal Church into of -Aatioeh of the Syrians and We aft Ml him as Patriarch and astor of the i same ChurC o as is expressed in the Consin ° t orlal Decren and Sehedule all things to We ute eontrayj notithatanding.-In the in lnme o the E her and of the Son and of -h te Holj Gaost. Amen. r-d sad lss tas tob membered. i to a IN3het.oa erd.. the The following valuable summary, com to piledtwith great care, has been sent us by ith a highly.-eteemed correspondent : Ion 1. A Pope acts in the three-fold eapacity are of Vicar of Christ upon earth, Bishop of Iof the particular Seeof Rome, and a temporal the sovereign and his decrees and acts must n" be considered accordlingly. ie 2. Pope Ganganelli, ruspeonded thle So so" ciety of- Jesus i order to silence ita one Smiss and not because it was in the least Ie wry of blebpe. & -Banke a German Protestant and Pro fesor of History at the University of Bar ni- lin, eay, in his famous "History of the SPopes," that they have besn ith eirdpi privates e. li tes cs asndublamreable. r 4. lholas the Cusan, taught that the * sir earth moved, and not the sun, about one f hundredyear before Galileo i. e., in 1431, in and w ereted a Oardinal for his learning. s. SCopernlcus, a priest, taught the same in 81500, uader the protection of Pope Paul III. be and the Bishop of Ermland. Ad Galileo had special permission from Borne Sto teach the same as a matheUaticta; but was told not to Interfere with the theologl- Ji Scal question involved. He disobeyed, and - was mildly, but very properly punished for - t 5. The shortening of the Latin word 0 "Joanues (John) Into "Joan," by a writer eb Sin the fifteenth century, led to the absurd assertion by Reformers that there was s.i p onee a female Pope I One of- many like S 6. One of the Popes suggested the build- oh d Ing of the Ses Canal several eenturies ago. 7. The calendar was corrected by Pope Sregory the Gremt. 8. The ope bad a Mass of thanksgiving celebrated, not for the massre of . Ba Stolossero' .B, but for the safety of the royal Amssily of Fra. A Protesant examined all the records of F Prance, as well as ofParis, and found that o7r 750 persons suffered io all France that night, and not 00,000 (!) as Protestant his tosrans falsely assert. P 9, G poerwas invented by the monk, e Scwarts o Cologne, and Roger Bacon, a priest and monk; the latter in the thirteenth G eontury. 10. Printlg was invented by Gutenberg or Faustuos, both Catholics, living in Catho. -ie times. Engraving was invented by the Catholic, Albrecht Darer. Paper was also invented by Catholics. II. The firet printing press ever set up in England was placed in Westminster 17 Abbey by William Caxton (died in 1492, a, same year in which another Catholic, Col umbus, discovered America), under the patronage of its Abbot and monks. The followers of Faustus fled to Italy, N Swhere they-set up the first Italian press un der the protection of the Pope. 12. But for the Catholle Church and the 15 S monks, Protestants would have so 13. The first translation of the Bible in to English was made by Aldhelm, Bishop of Sherborne, in the seventh century; the second by Venerable Bede, in the seventh , century ; the third, by Alfred the. a Great, in the ninth centh century; the fourth is I the "Durham Bible," in the ninth contury; E the fifth (now at Oxford), in the ninth con tunry ; the sixth (now at Salisbury, in the ninth century ; Wycliffe's is dated in the fourteenth centry; the Doneay version (1582), sixteenth entury; Klng James' 1611), seventeenth century. Hence Re tormers were ot the first to clrculate Cq the Bible. 14. Under that oruel libertine, Henry the Eilght, seventy-three thousand of his saub jeot suffered death; under the daughter, Elisabeth, 6i000 of her Irish Catholio sub jeets were shipped of and sold as slaves to he West Indies; under "Bloody Mary," that poor, kind-hearted, terribly slandere~d I daughter of Catherine of Arrogan, who a r debt £8,00000, we belle), there were exeotod in il some 800 malefac. H tors Ill .t.. The prelaie of Mary is a fountain so tfail that the mo it extends the uhiler it becomes, aod Pid the aller It beoomes the more it extends; which signies that the Blemod Virgln is so ret and enblime that the more we praie hr tho more there is to prlise.--St. 4dlons The greatest maglelans of the age me peper-makers: they transform the beggaor's rags into sheets for editors to lie oe.-- Pep.r 2hads Journal. Bay yeuar trusess and brases where they mae sqe mete sat 5tts, at N. pmea's, a mDni etmss 81 a ,na iid in min me ',. 'SoT he .o . tamlyy sesearoa slotkaea rto Wvllt ii had * mesaego hasve b ey. ibm nto bi -h emen . aaeet (S t the PisO ever esmdket, ihe pubIs. ls They uasfy -thS bleed, mem anl espdme dad ri- ses the diee4 setassm to perWet health. AS Ai SAJTIDOTE TO CHILLS AND iHVER H TR SDVE NO EQUAL.. nOE DYSerIarra TarA o A Vi301110. -OE SIG BRADAGf AND)3LwI os CaoYo TsrE Ar. A sUn CUsRn 10m he OOnSrW'ATIoN. EaEmua tIla. 13.3, PALTw Ab TATIO aWs THEanET, PAIN INT THE SIDE, of auAC AN.D zIIaZs.E1EowUS ms A LPOSITI EMDDYr. o0Z Nm'.a InaEEw xLtrs, WITHOUT A IVALr Who me eome noet "ele reay well," a iagle Ies erataic the simeeeamd bewml, steme the alpp)Se, and spari rvige to the stesm. id Sl aleverywhere. On, Mrrmy easee, New Terk. Dr. Tutt' Hair Dye Ae so ENpIe gest. m bmtiM bloc o brow oIl dad a a T beet i the worldA . Seldl b .a-I" an " b ooers sad b rn. ie It to te THE TGHASTLY RCORD 0N DEATHS that r f eult uom posoe d y afectiaa i hifeL Thelr t nloLeum tth o aec nu, llon in it atItc emua trlioym. oy the negltl " sihtt celld." theoe atthe .rte, would hoe vertvd prllanýr.rI.lgtne. EmCroran I he. proven itself THU MST VALU A LUNG BALSA, ever disoo.ere.. A DIS TINGUISHED CLERGYMAN of NewH er promeen. ore it the "greatoet bleeing of the nineteenth em. t .y . .*' "a no nly should be wiat it." it t o I"Teteo Oteetm and a singledo ewlloftenrre move the met obinate cough, c .. 18 Mlurray y etreetNewYork. apli7ly 7 SARRACENIA LIFE BITTERS. f THE BEST TONIC BITTER IN THE WORLD Ii SALES LARGER THAN EvErR No humbug of nomsOaed whisky and hitter dre "with Intent to dcto,.," but spiritpu = C e N ErandyP ac a memoirum to impart the edicinah victo SARHACENIA BOOT. I Dellghtihsly cordial, isle preecribed by all the Iead. lug phyeiolauo no the heet invitorator of the mgmm, giving eltUte end dlgoetic.. regulating the bowel., and a crtalnjreveutive to mallaia. DR.JOSEPH TUCE".R Propie Sold by PREDRRICNSON & HARTZP, SCHMIDT & ZEIGLEE, ja8 lv and by all Grocera and Din a} avcivwlere PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "'DIIL3- DUNZTIBTAY. Dr.J. H. 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COMPACTNESS and elegance of model and nisbh. 6. SIMPLICITY and thoroughaees of o00est!cton, and enesequent durability. 7. SPEED, ease of operation, and quietness of movement. THE WHEELER & WILSON FAMILY SEWING MACHINE wee ist introduced into the huseeheld for general use, and for more than TWENTY TYARS has stood, lit stil stands UNRIVALED for family and plantation una whether by .foot er stem power. MORE THAN 1,000,000 OF THE WHEELER & WILSON FAMILY SEWING MACHZINES have neen sold, and (as they last for a general ton), are now in use a number far exceeding the tetal mefed any other machine designed for the same purposes. Compare the ewing done by this Machine, on leather, cloth, linen. swiss mega, or any other gededeh the cawing by other machines on libe matertai,and the verdict will be that the WH ELER & WILSON l~ only perfect ewing Machine in the world. We sell, paable ty the week or month. and guarantee the Machine for FIVE YEARS. PECK BROTHERS, GENERAL SOUTHERN AGENTS, t49...... -- ...............-- ...... CANAL STREET................................. 149 deto em naw 0onrone, LA. THE am88a88 III .3.3MM NN GGGGG0 G 33333333333 335353 888888 £ I NR 00. .00... "maS I N NEs 00 00 A V RxTN GOG O 3 3333 88688 m MI nN GG G an o 3 EIII NN MACHN E 00 GOE OF 1 Il 88e aII NN MN 00 000 33 3R 3A 8 88 III NN NMN GG 33 3 mesa8688s in Nx NNx Nn GOGGOG 3333333 33rmww 31188 3 AGAIN TRIUMPHANT THE WORLD'S AWARD LAGAI. OF]Z31D BY1 "THE WORLD'S FAVORITE!, 533 TV FOLLOWGNG SEWING MACHINE SALES OF 1873: The Tabl, of Sewing Macbin.. eel sor 1873 abowm that our ea. last year amounted to 3.444 Machlnes being a large Inoreee over the ls.. of the prevlone year (1873). The table alec ahow that OUR SALES EXOEED THOSE OP ANY OTHER COMPANY for the period named, by the number of 113,964 Machine, or nearly DOUBLE THOSE OF ANY OTHER COMPANY. It may be further atated that the eel. of 187, as compared with those of 1873, show a relatively larger increaee, beyond the sale. of other maker., than of an year. For Inatance, In 1874 weesold 45.000 A Maobine, than any other Company, wheree., In 1873, the eel, were 113,254 Machines In Excess of Our Highest CoMpetitor. Theeo fgures are a11 the more remarkable for the reason that the sale. of the princluel C0eaini is ý are L3S5 than their sale, in 1873 whereas a. bha been ehown, our sale. have LA3G3Lr G0A2 The accoulnt of ele. I from SWORN R3LfM58 made to the owner. of the Swingl I et Pi. Itwlll hardly be denied that the uperiority of the Sinlter Boewing Machin, i fully demonstrated-at aL eveat tIhat their popularity In the honebold Is unquestlonable. STATISTICS OP SWORN SALES: CoMnrJam. . B ELD 1 1873. SOD is 1831. THU 313633 ..re..... I*4 w.. . Ba.er.............. ......... 373 48,3_6 ., 44 . tq -... .. .. ...... .. ................. ..e............. ' r . . .".... 3 3ew14 M................................. g go4 Whelee & Glbbs .......................1.41 ISIS? Dease..... Wee* 4E15,481. 23730 ttat P Dsceme::: 11.0 164B o ........1.1.... 4""" 1,3-81 l Dserese 4.;' # _s o o .. ..................... . .12 1 "- 14901 n C .... Wilm.. r Gibb e...............'...... .. ... 15 .... ...... " Button.. e1......................12 6i i Dee.... ,1 - ............ ................ 7,4 144101 Dne s ..... inct . ..............2...4.............3.o..0. 741440 a1 0e1 D le.... Mina...... 3"0 4,0Y D"re'..... 1, THE SBINGIER MANUFACZ URING COMPANY. WM. 'E. COOPER, AG3MT, . ........... ...................CANAL ST BET......... .......... ...... olnl ate, u...~11 " . dv Minf._ 'Mi al t'Aý^ ý. _c i$ ý.. `tLN:iY. .