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rSw ~r .ss(a sr ".s vacsr*an r .ft. eIBNARAL Ii6IWB ITEMBY Tha savioe bit e of New YTrk c :. i -:4 *@IM,0a t of c Ups.el.e. Is Yaestan and Tradeoram mtrk i. n-- tced trim atislora TbCir fat t i.so.o t.- ,, nA. tLer skin fokr shoe leather. Dario tie last teo year. tie Z.e.aon Gov mreemm lM eMa.s. ed saod so.4 st o rixs ectaca $1. 000,000 worth of cbarch property. It l esosmsatd that thel. raii sad macs. Lastiilrig 0hi-esa ise rtri- eoutertyoer.e. empiymeat so moro sat one msflasm peýes Qases V.etoriae came Igied it the Ildie Famine e' of Foad list or $:,900, and j oA below at was that of the Baerar ers Baet Cens&t (aesoed dashis),E i2 s.e P1ts beake aid sighte tawsraceas ocm psalm in Caemeng have ges us amse witia a saw yamr. Learly al of t·.s werer swriaim. y ass na meet the ses es. baes psaishedL A large qsetidy a teak from the ten eIo tealls a lw daep ag alSoreg the semisesinaly by estaigbsctatg the srs same the CsOm a tids. Ir eemseqase t e paseag itf as ordi maes fetag tem bss ell is the market szued nwbose alas she o tebare of Dallas., aes sIes al the mark-hweeas msalls, anmed tb. ap, Smd aew tem tos sll a y moa t a1 al All the Grmme fterreea now bediag ap ea the tiselma trees wb will be Sabsehe. at ma te by inst. O te a artets 1of the sear Pasr three will be cems please i 139T. ires ie 19P. ad The rest s ie fsllewag yasr. Tee twevo Ite eser Eamsigat ageelly well under way. >s > ve: sils deuoes an sesasly tin rpr. He may be thinrty iminL. Tbe poplat.os oat Richbmed, Va, heas dasbl.d m*ac the war, and bet mantazaer:ei mnew mmber ~41. Toe mlo is 1.6 reacmhsd, the as of $ 424 ui'4 beg what ead eam mils prodseas 12 f7 O D, betr forty-es tobmee fasotirm*$12 t 300, and bar iems work At the inquiry lanto the eanies of the rweeto ezplees as the BWactyre taoes is Snotland, a rasmas samsed Littl enceemad that, althobg tro damp was sctanty present, the mea "wraked with asak~d sighte in fru.t of Iseei baoseta. If they touted the ro~f it w,nl kladJk The r-cl as to thbe n of powder war syetescsaialy violated. 4 The Rev. B I. Irees i coneidered the ebra iea esetsi e-taker of tbe Methodist C rc, i BeI is vited to nearly all the church ded. a tione wbte motey is to be rasa-d. Is footr ealr be has helped to ded -cae 16L crches, . aad bas reased uver :,1/(.:.0 Ti.s ha ia, f valved 000+ aGiles of rtlroiaceg nod steam - boasasg, and the delivery of ,:0 .ernoar or a addrems. d In a stahle of Varsaie is an o'd bitr a which ejnjys the excicive service of a rate- * ran and disCbarged sodier. He belongs to a 0 general of the Fre-nh army who hs ridden 0 ela in tiry battle, sod who visits him tfroam Pari three time a week, brigileg him appples sod other daintiem,. omiasi and teakig to F him as to a banss beglg. Tie satisfcotion of ; the botee o seing his master s very pro- iD In the esty of Providence, . IL, 2s otreat e lamp., witin a ditrict over nine wsiree in S lrsgtb, are now lighted and extinguished in d la theaa ftees asmeods by electriciy,. and the systeam s ootroaled by ota man. After a trial of severaml moth the practicability of h the plea i. mered, and af the whole of the 2400 lampe in the c::y were lighted In this ti way, it is estimated that a not savingo in ex a penditore for gas and labor wonid amount to d abuot $s,e00 per annam. n The Charleet-.n ers oad C'ori of a late P date poblesbes somt cr! oe etatisti=s n re. ti gard to ite cmparative nmortath:y of the C whites atd black: :. octh Caro,ar:. In tie " city of C!asrleteto there to a rentsrkb e equaiity oi int of nurtrber btween tie wbhise and blacks. Trere are t3-'f2 wb;: - and i "-l elored. l e b-eitab eat ' cs .f the city stow Lat tt e total runomlr of de.: ' for tbs year, from J ~e 1 :i .to : icrtur , w a , 0 14-., of wr•tih 1 ? srie c ..r",., hed or- t[ ore tie aeemdato o asrd 'resytze t o. a.: c ponded esoldiers tie Ri.as s >,r-ro er : se t now to rely upon npratii- k tLht.:ab..S utt- t: ttaona. ,i own boepitb.. Lav.;g bee.= f* ed .ong ago. In Moteow tore are 1s large Lc I pisle founded wad mainta wed LS co attor "f single ir.dividnaa--:te tG;: "z . toe S;tre drosk, :be Sta. Cattari.e, the Aleq.ldroff.k and the St. Paul. Tae HIo;y Sijod. wh.ch di2 ree arl j fa. r ai ti tt topr., has mat or i dats to every orivenOt to re :Oe woodeod so- a diem to the utmost of their means. A detachment of Tmrkiab prisoners, nuaberog several thomend, arrtved there in ts middsle of O:sober, and the woa.ded amog them were t cred for to private booer, a i".e owera volunteered their service.. M. Gartiasz Las pcb!.aled some orion statistios on thbe dangers of traei!rlg Ly ;. . I in France. He esys that is the ,ogy,.ui days a me habd one chab e of beisg huses an th.- I 000 tripe. and ros chance of bins; atjrc,: o e 30000. On the rulway bete -n 1M, arnd I1 1*5 theoe was .e chosem of le.eg .. edt . 2,000000 joumrnes, and one chanceof L.g i-.a jured in ;00 000. From I6 to lt ra c am i of beicg tilled in makng CO, 0>,i y a-rv, and one obseee of being Itjuted in /VA 'A"k. Now the chanees of being kiJed are as oies to 44,000,000, sad of beag usjsrod woe to 1,(Aks. 000. Conequegl tly a pearon traveling tea hours a day as the rate of forty miles as eboar would in the Brat peeiod hove had chacer o i I esoaplng destreotion daring 391 years; doriag tbeseoond period daring 1,01 years and be tawe 1872 and 1879 daring 7 49 years A PBOTESTANT MIh?8TER O0 SECLCLAR SCHOOLJ .AND BBLIGION.. LKCTURI BT REV. W. H. PLATT, BE'TrOa O' GRACE CHURCH, SAN FEACISCO. Bea Frralsote Melitor. "bTo ohae. petvoh net yoatr ehidm to wmteL 1Ma Jels tard up o litre a·d nitaea or B·elieving that political sermons, sm a ra, aecularise plety without esanctifying polities, I have deferred this lecture antil alter the local elections hbd been held, les it might b) thoaght that I ws takingI a part them, and thus be regarded as a plitical disconree. I may be mietaken in the views I here express, and my approben. alOea may prove to be unfounded, which I wlsh I .eo.d hope, but I have spoken with much relanctnce, sfter a long and earneet 1 redetion and observatfon, and a conviction i thatU there is dangser to oar eiviliretion. I f repeat that I ebould rejoice to know that I f am mistakes. An we can grain nothing by a shutting oaur eye to fact', Act us look them a gally and honestly In the face, anid see i what perils threaten our ionstitutions. WetchfaIlneme warn. The trueet friend of t Proteatantiam ia one who seet ita weakneas, i ead In not blind to the strengtb of Roman ar Ins. Dangers are none the lees real becausee c we wIll not see them. Giants are Lot ! nOeeked down by straws, nor are gren c powers mastered by mistakee and weak , atrggles. 8eocalar scbhool may aim only i , I at the Cteseb of r.e, but the gas eebe - backward. aed hi. c:y t.at of the Pro. tetnot. Let th} ques.ot o carme up fatry ard tq'arejy. ELvry cs.'~re shoo'd he ear eatly in fa vTrfu +;ae e; of cd l ion tI.at c;cedes re: g ":, sadd as dcCe d.y op.eed to ai thatxeade it ez4 a ýafor Page t ;. r:2 itu over Chrrista r ; sation? TLe 'ntat-s w:.o se::.:d ze E Eater :-rt cof t a cOmtLyr were L or-:; v "Jews. T-kle, Lr.r Il tJfe'." be: Ca s. i tie C(Sait+ae. Toe Cavalers w:, .-:;id V azgsa aTn-d It Sooth we:e :Lf .eh a Chuarch. The RHman Cato..a etee it Mar- lasd. I: was C.ri aan car; .e-, C:.rnat a iLie4-ageoce, Chrnasia eourag, a.d Chris 'e , as meoey ad blood, whiea tiorAed this • Republic, and Ckr'stasoe ci:=s a hied in terent here. If we are iS daager, it w free our ow religions ind*fcece., eat from tie Sgrowth of Romaasum. LI r we lheald Chriatiaenise er edetasa, be W ,eam , gst, If ear seeelar ceben wese i stislted e dasively to baid up Process Satiem, they were a grat blueader for they Swe breakiag it dwn ; recd., if to deeaPrwy BonmasL , ltey are uter fahlree; said thard, if to break down All relligoaa, tLhey are a crmes sinst earitizatase. F-s-Secauar snhole is tUe issteest of SProtestatase a fatal blauder. Preteis naetiem, a less t rha os aismi reeds far a its imdeee and permanaoe ti n rnliseer t- ralag to the yeaag. CiYorea sre se. S ra religiios or moral. bat are so be r brout up "in the aurtau sad admemnoisi tb the Lr." igiod e wan a daty ir trac F tee-wish lhe Jews ia their beLs owmditre. r They were di ly to teach the Cess mandmeets of God to the-r ciidres, to mwbea they waiked by the way ; when tiey lay down and when they rose up, sad to a-write t em oa the posts of their beses, and on their gates :1 It is tee ec~aisea that s.e Eiaste edcate daring the sx days e the week and t4he tCharub elyl me day. The Chrisana rtigieso ise a rtdgse set ly fer dansy bet for evry day. Can the Chatm permit ler chiiras to tire is the aesisphere of the world a.i the a days of the week, have .bexir mecataseiw wIth cid.rspe of use ierev. ps re tiarre stadise it actkois where no posit.ve r Uh i I s tn--re oelrtra tbhem, and erpet a:! ridl g be asde rght by as Leatr of rehgaoos instr-e tem on at-snday This view goes on the up. - posi:..e tnat the Christia relig oe perttat i oS:y to one depar:aent of antate, anG tseae SLoreran be satled by g:T* .g it eosy ere pat. tioOof tear tUam and atiarion. As trough whst is etJed asecnlar iear rg can t e a opiete. in aielf and ate wants fi:y snerded to apart & from Cnraatianiy it sy for'a, and tke't tLC ft C-arch my eome is to omlu~eie the work by w dgt bher rerigious iestruction. Tte two cr- T der of oar L~, the remiioe anr d ate secalar, I are rot thas rlsated. The stter, to be true aLd coa p.te t i:s own sphere, require tie of oos at.t -reserne and betedietiort a all points, a of "e forme-."--Meretrargl Eier, (Luth. N erar ) Jaanary, li-6. Sc Let Pro.teatantsm be saved through the ta Protestant ednetioen of Protestant cbild. er ren. Secuosnsm saves nothing, Lot even pi itself. be Second-If seenlar schools were intend- se ed to destroy Roman Catholiciem, they are it signal failcres. Proteatants have honestly jo delaJed themselves with the idea that se.- Iii cular sboo!s, givmng universal education at and enlightenment (to which, in order not to ht offend any religions creed, even if oa tbey please note, religion be excluded,) Sc would destroy the oman Church. But es do they do this 9 Was there ever a greater is mistake 1 They are unneceemary to keep pt Protestants oat of t'e Roman Cunrch and Ia they cers;in!y do nct convert the Roman Catholics into the Pr.testarit Churci. On ha the cottr :yr, as they educate the ynog in lit On rTl:e:,L, un: o.t of a,. cotretbec, tes so Gtro,.y i.;- iot~..s . Co,-ch, not ,b to k .,l". I:,t Ca-.r:ia WoakIe the cis: of ha i's ci:c '.-LCS, :but LCver aE"di:ctetd : la m. EE; C.. lIe Ma IanCG itre L:etcrr of e.gL- i teen C'r:.::at, centuri-e to but iitt.e pUr- I C po- a_., ct, ieitrL that te E~mt. Church is cao.d re-r fail ct, t.o fo:!t of the I'.r- C: testant CL.I:ch oad edCawte itirf attu i.ti- V deir:y. n:l' a:- ir't a.iy, if it o ee, ! ti. con rt tLe- Lra. tail sd mora: training of rL i:s yoro:g t, a ,cCa atr S:te, but: lt.oaran:am, i with a greater wiedo.m. eatnet! her cthl- im dren iitj tLI fu.ds of tLe CiLorc. and leads O0 tihtm t". .'to We. t.e ase Ler taees, boa at keeps ter c:idrei. Tact Protestantose s snretderb t..e re:ig.o,s ide of our c.siii- as zat:in almost ert:re y t1 to t.e Lands of the f. &soman Cb arct, or bItraye it to rational ci Sstic infde:itv. The R;man Ctnreh sees ec that whatever re:g:or. there may be in the m furtre, it is comLig excllUively into its own i bands. jcat as te Pr-tettatnt religion of the ra present fades out of Protestant Lands. W:tb an orgaizastron perfle:!y evolvei from the a past-witt a aL;aiatry Lqtpired bty the de- cl vot.on £f the artyrs--wlt an experiiee g t averia. the victlaat des ,f all coetroiiog n ri evects, aid a zeal atnaggaig as the ener- tI g ea fs natere--t is atrogett when mos; 24 threatesed, sad advatces tbea moat as- ) sat e4. It rejrioa ir tr balatoea ieateo g opus it by rta God, ansd it earrves with a, n. aqjl:a.tg Ies-.t Ln a . ft.rcet upon it try 24 man. To prae-atw to perpetuate it, b Ro maaiata goes away tmy Tbe k eas.tiSg f f a rger and better comest. t It is s.ieed test tuL troet coetat a. 's for trhe mantrl of [or craoes arme LE.. b manirn, Pr S.taamissa, a4 ieeluari. a As to Prtraaar, fl te ony a queemnotei d of time waee our preerst evetem of pub- A Slie scboor s u tI rand rt a ded factor. The A ir e is ty hee scboolk sarrsowips the I contest down to tessateum on the one c band, and efldetzy an us other. Bseca.- l larisi hasu new nearly the te hs tpital, h asyloum and schools formerly establioed I and managed exclusively by the Church. e It is publicly charged and preven that this n secular management is prodigioeuly cor- a rTapt. The Church acagesO its charities t wais watchful economy, paying the lovenrt Ib for supplies whlere t eculariesm pays the higheet. In order not to seem to prefer ti say particular creed, the State is rapidly, I perhaps unconsciously, eduataing society 1l into indifference to altl. Instead of a free aI conscienceo it is arn ooscence. e Third-If seclar echtools are designed to break down all relilion they are a crime Is against civiisation. It is not renturing o too much to seay that societ wril see in a the end, that whtle these shools weoe not te so lntended, they will have the eect, aod p are even now usead by the enemies of reiig- I Ion, to ondermine fa:th end establish gen- U eralskepticism. ir'ItLet*rtt.sm basalready a felt their chilling idtiaencej. The Jews te favor them because tiney let Christianity en wfach they hate, tremendonsly a!one ; the ti break down all religioo, fron whose die- ta c:,;ine he resotvea to cecape; ti-e Pr.tesnant fa vors theoa because, he thinks, they de I etroy the power of t'oe Boman Canrcu, and I S:aersac,. Bat stis PrtE0--set mistake as " y a most fata one. Tt,e .w - d is r t eveat e two edge-. It Las buit re edg., aLd at is , drawn aclr. tIe Lbet if tt- Pr:-ete-L r I iz-e Ia srti.ng o dn wr.r; ersel. 'su t:is ct ce t..:h her owa :m.':.x:; _;Kt a,.. te s:sue, at it iec-tar se-chi s cd ei tlea. * T.e esame hering ed ti.e mt:sste s on t Protestattem. sad yet P.:esa ats teem i a:*ab'e as awiiicg ta see i These d C:*',. cr-zLe their ins:-trc.i, : e::' y , 3 tL:e :rand, bat ead edta...: e.-vtr : a SbeeDr. e.r nereter ,aS be, wsst c r.:at: i l'4ft Leeds. ArAstte Msad. --Me-e ite: :..t cerer coed sa,-e,.- Pna sra te- Ksowiedge pzffrs up - l-ast is use a power of Lt.e as that. mert* -s3StaCe, -L toe glti slat osly ciarges the poer Sjtea of thei easadow. SeatSer seta' tew e ledge, s: aeal knewledge gire b, et- ! har sistsac , if amy be giver :s rs ftie. 0 Hams sahre megas Mthat ersEd .sA sr religi sad the iCar eta app;y. ard Jrthese ms t be all gasied at the same tame T1b td. 661 emsame, nd a e berts at, rlike eruads is the a sapporirrg the i bridie meat d thear work wth aa eves I and Sied sesiem. Neither is ,nseat( and m.e aer away. It is desarrmMe I ur ree himery th at i n ta e sa-t s. a.s wia' Casr a~d Crisst came, tteegh it t dl for -si badked year bee. nrdaca~isg he lde set a . the Aset religisek. ad bad I the failemt of all ·pb~ieieaor es to - t baiD la d duts she muoLray of evikiatiys, aI bad meet sigmally failed. Tbhe Cars istie r is for Ave badred yewar, lad they, Lee, failed. Oaly charc towers prep the dames - of State Eecausa may readse, bet des e let pre.et Catme. The most edacated ma as the meet crimisai; but the met reiius m mut son US ..El. Wbee resigiee, poor as it was. weut, b imUraty weut: sae wbhi the Commso - peopie Laagtd at the prel.ts, ther tara d i is taer indtfaresee from the pi noeophera. A .serlar dempo took the acred priest, i and t:aa asmars and socieT, tyeaogt b chaagirg its m masrs were trampled by the i iron heed of aural power. Wu!, not con scince, riled. d we abh-!d Cbristianse our ednitaron. The g rad Puntanm and Engl.sa c.orrhme at who clamised this contry and bat.t up t this great politcal fabric, were men who of were edocated isn eig"gons scLoo. and C. loved religion. Our institations are the ~t on:growth of reaigiocs ideas, and they hare failed eeiy so far as they tave hi deparntsfrrm those ideas. When religion el ftLis, all failt. It was so in Greece; it lS was so in Bore, and it wu:i be so with as. as The Emperor of Prumis has recently pub- i liclJy wared his peopie tagasil the growth w of infidehlty and wickedness. Troe liberty ec and immorality are strangers, but ijumor- it silty and deepetism are sires. Seenlar of schools, so fa: as they take chaldree from as the spiritues training of the Church, are Ca enemies of civil liberty. Our great cham- Cli pions of ibberty, both nere and abroad, have ad been educated in sectarian schools. Secular wI echools are expensive. There is jobbery ta in their buildings, jobbery in their books, foi jobbery in the selection of teachers. Pub- en ushers of cetain echool books can afford. cll and have been reported to spend in other sti localities (and why not in this ) thousands upon thousands of dollars to elect certain so School Trustees known to be in the inter- di eats of those houses. The whole business Si is getting to be a moneyed ring to mani- me palaie a school fondjof over a miilion dol- of lars, and todiscard all religion and morality. plt WDat is the remedy I A mistake is tbh hardly passible. Lis education, lihke re- ran ligion, be a matter of choice. No comp:a- as s:cn, to tyranny, no prodigious expendi- pli tare. What, it may tes akid, shall we ri. bare co general education t General see- i i lar education only mikes a population mi nmmre intellectually prepared fjr crime, by cer:'inly no stronger to resist it. Ni man a is a It :ter cty.-z because he krows the B;: Calculus, or rn transeate an A 2eid of Virgil or a-i Ode of Horace. Suct educe- de tion .i!e it is immeose;y expensive does by rot mike men better. There es no God In o-i it-otl..tgfr the moral affections, nothing Ca making him more Lonest, trnthial, or pure. re, On the contrary these virtues are deliber- yo ately kept from him in seco!ar schools. He iol is wilfully injuared and not morally helped pc as a citizen. The felons of society come Vi from the educated as well as the unoeducated th casses. There never was more geeerai mu edunetion than now ; there never was is more general crime than now; and there - never was a more general indifference to wi religion than now. at For what purpose are these schools kept pr up, anyway? Are they to prepare our to children to be professore in college. I If so, re go on, and add to the course of study, and as raise up a nation of ungodly scribblers, and w lecturers, and literary Bohemians-- race TI too proud to work and too ungifted to live so without it. If you are eduesting tbe rising is generauton to be good citizens, seeare to hi them a plain English education, suneient lo to enable them to manage the ordinary ci business of life and protect themselves CI from ismpoitioc, and let them enter some IT trade or respectable calling, at an age cc when its work will not be drudgery. We gi have bet few American laborere now. They ac ase all educated to be merchants, lawyers, I moctor, beakers, etc., ad the inadusry of pi Ameris is give, up to forelgers, and in American youths are educated above it all. U Tbe.ge of hbumbtle circoasstoees lI eda- ai at above hLet paet, above marriage in her clasi, and joast high esougb to makte ii her unft for what is most poslibie to her. U Beser he aedu ted and irtuoue than t edscated sad viuios. If it be asked dose w seea.a education make them vicioss I t sawer that, in itself, it does not help 01 them in be virtooms, sad in this everything A hinders that does nor help. In other words 51 secaar edsetione masy not lead to crime, bat it is alao true that in itself it does not lead away from it; but religion always leade away and never to crime. In thie eecularizstion of education we have wor shiped an idol instead of God. If the evil be admitted, a remedy will be found. All wilt admit that education ought to be committed to the edacated, and the morals of civilitation noct left to the unealightaeed ambition of pot-house polit cins, nor the manipulation of in fidels. thools anod education are great working helps of religion aend the church es, aid for L:gber educatioti let usgo back to the old-fatiioned sectarian schools and cohegea, enppcir:ed by t*e voluntary con tributionos ofCt.nr:ch members. Let school money be consecrated morney. Let all scbooi tax be reduce-l to an amount necessary to oarport merely elemuntary or primary erools and those who wt anod cao afford to I ive taer children more extenrded advan Ssages, pay f t mseeve, and have as Sm oer se litth relign in i it as they pleas. i As it as new, this coa.trv at despnticaliy io h t:eraet of alt bastheshedel. Dictrirai a - tiersare p'r ciea'ly mne in his favror. If we are to tare re:tioas liberty here rn fect ae we.i at :a a r e, vet oar retagioas money be as f0ree - ozr re-igides ar'psoe s-and Ir hama c obl einpey to bet slisie. mo.ey. Let Jewi s money go to Jewib ectnolr. if taew estse to estabib-ak tbe; I)>mh money Vs Raaa mPeinc'hs; Proteshant money :o Pro-es:ant schbool. ad Infdet money to I.del ecboo:a. Let each man be perseaded io his own mtsd, others ate tbere i noe :iberty nere f(r nay bat those wbh hate re :ig( and all that is beet ins civil liberty.- At their dicntiom Christian people are taxed toedaeate the children of Chrasntan fm-lies oat of the Christian re -igioa ; for net to eduaete ebildree in relig ioe is to educate them is taIe litj; and to edaeasc them is iseiality s to edcnate the i aaist eviI liberty. s igsio is the truset friend of civil lib erty. Iat4e are welcomed to the hinto raes of their representive men. The Sgreatest lawyers have been Chrustiana. FPr sx hbadred years the Lord High Cbenellows were Bishops of the Church. esst ofhe great laws were written by dclergyme The Mage Charts was from the pee of Stephen Lsagton, Archbishop of Casamrbary. Is ' Green's History of Eng Land," lately pabliebed by Harper Bro thers, is speaking of KingJob's defeat at the hle of Boavines, at is said : " He reterned from hia defea to find the nobles so longer banded together in secret con spiracies, bat openly united is a definite ctim of lbrty ane law. The author of this great chage was the new Archbishbop whom Pope nlaocet had set on the throne .. ...m r m the momen of h;. landing in England, Stephen Langtoa had assumed the constitational position of the Pnimates, as champions of the old English castsms and laws, against the personal de- - speitms of Kings. As Anaelm (also Arch bishop of Canterbury) bhad withstood Wil liam the ed, as Theobald (also Archbishop - of Canterbury) had rescued England from the Iawle·eness of Stephen, so Langton prepared to withetano and rescue his coun try from the t.raony of Jobn. At his fist meeting wirt the King, he called upon him to swear to the observance of the laws of the Confessor, a phrase in which the whole of the national liberties were sumnied up. Churchman as he wre, he protested against Qte royal homage to the Pope" (p. 125.) Witb the falere of religion, civil liberty has failed. The minimum of rel gion has j ever been the maximum of despotistm. Seculartinm eletroys liberty. It lifted Cae ear over prostra:e altars, where Gods of some sorta had been worshiped, to a throne where Caesar was a Gcd On the side of ecclesiasttcism is ranged the principal learatng of the world and the best devel opment of domest c life. On the side of secalarism all the dreadfal despots, from 9S Ca tar down-all the civil traitors, embez rlers, thieves, defaulters, forgers, political adventurers and drunkards. A glass of w bhsky-and mean at that-becomes a foun tain ao civilization ! Alas for education, for morality, the future of our rising gen eration, for civil liberty, when the worst ad classes hold the power and shape our in stitutions. The danger from civil liberty is not from z ecelesiastictam, bat from those degraded disciples of secularism-those Bible hating, Sabbath br-eaking and God deriding cer morante of ofice, men who make a trade of politics and live upon what they can plunder of the public taxes. They know F that when hospitals, asylums and schools 8 ire managed by religions -denominations, kin is formerly, fraudulent contracts for sop- B plies and toiscelinceous etealings now car- GL ricd on by petty politicians will ne stepped. Hence teir wail. D.d secularism ever e -andge :r ciharitv Loretly or economical I ly ! Never! ( Vide your County Hospital QU asd A" s Hllouse Reports by our present B3ard of Snpervisore.) Secularinsm, the twined of Iberty, in deed ' When was it o ? Seculariene rules by might. The Greciatn and Roman pbh! osophere tried secular education, and lo! C,dr came. Secular education leads d - rectly and inevitably to the sword. When c yuu torn from " ecclesiasticism," a relig 1on as termed, you turn to the side of the police. Religious training of the young y. will not accomplish ail possible to it, bat this is the best that can be done. This is sue between eeelesiasticism and secularism r is one distinctly between liberty and license Ca, -between virtue and vies-between the will of a majority of law-abiding citizens L and a minority cf law-breaking infidels practical if not real. It is an effort to turn soeiety over to communism and all revolutionary passions. It is not ecclesi naticism, as each, but the moral discipline ha which it represents, which is so opposed. G. The Church threatens nothing. It ever 6o seeks the good of all classes of society. It D is the highest conservator of morals we 14 have. It is above rings, manipulations and be long cmntinued perversion. He is the trle C citizen who has "the liberty wherewith - Christ hath made him free." No man is - free who has not the moral, if not religious of command of himself. The secret of pro. gres is to preserve the equilibrium of the la ocial forces. The constant tendency is exesas in some onad of these forces. The am present tendency is to throw the riligious influence entirely oat, sad bring in one wide domination of human will, bhuman - appetite, hnman and individual license. L Whatever nasults may awairt it, thChburchb, like the angtl in the way bdifore Baslam, m--t stand before the advance of that brute force which would rend all. With secular schooln tha tecoh no morals, " How can there be a public consience ? And with- W out cocacience, can there be securlty? And withont senrity, can there be pro gress and stability ?" LITTL ThRINGCS. Pni oil.. atts thegs we hear. O Wnam thfrtsht that 1 t have slept Deep down m er m emo. FtrMgeily S'lilt tre clrenomsee Itet sa e- t do t he mind BLac·kwd o thmseth e yer io the lered eewne fr hbeid: 'Tie the psrfamlof a s iower, Cr a song-bud 's4 hbe leavr. lkagrag in the eSrs7 Jane lIn' eeuieg star. mayhap Ina in gIenatag alerve brit; Or• 'r nd purpet"uid 2. a the en.:fg of rera , Ti* n the · e - t. p t.,e, s th rtiat a rtai tease r .oe. A'l myhe;rt! D"note oJ Mus ste tty h:i1-7 5*J. Earraw. ha·e r·n4 bitter ter L-ttlte thias rclle as we. 1 I f For NINETY DAYS FROM DATE f Elegant Table Silverware aL.4 ·rrrr +anW-r.... 1 * . 8 Sar i t far ...r..-y e .re..s r .ef rrr w.. r Irfff rg . ~c. Iltý.. fn. ism.-r-w t+« Y r.., YI NOW WORM dr· I d Q·U· Cl r9.7. r.k ). .r rM. u... Z; rrr.y5· L r . t cwr uat .a ·r - o i f 0- .SM b.Si rtl* Mmur~ ~~mm . m7 ~ w!. ý v.a Sf1.. .. ý 4 .em.a. me Ala -w ý.l !wYr gre o. -u~ me ..,. I mIa Mm~ 1 gm. .. i memi ·Y. iSy·m iabP puin S.( a. ri n -. W 8 y.m. rm _4 1. L - M Iw·r sw sr = " .r UsY.. /3 A A SM -L M $ M m SI M m i Ml lb~rr. mi so.R U. b .-w.ý.r - m m IILVORN NPOTICE. Y.U.. i - me. r.i U~r seam my. M 4 .I % 0.. .. ...he. 00"SW "W &T IN11 IN f Ot am z . h ).W w..4." ft ftf-irYm.= r ...a ...a .. ..r w. r ..rrel aer"Y ·I1L rrr lrrrrLse ·II.Yrrýw.CMftmomr IMIPORTANWT NOTICE. w wara OW . ý.r rr.ýr rr r sere L Y - ro.. _it flrrwr d -- .ý~ L ýr~rr tr XATIOOZfA L SLVa I PL *XX 0 CO., _.. T coomum"swam " aDaa.sa S -~~-- -~I~r; SLDIES' DEPARTMENT. STILL ALIVE t AD YZADYT Ire BARGAINS On Monday, December 3d. at AUGUSTE MARX'S. 1 99P3....-..... Dryades Street.-........3-- l New and Elegant Dress Goods. XIZCKERBO KE 3S aew patrertn. at 10c. BBOCE ALPACA. PLAIN ALPACA, sa eaors sad shades. Black sad Colored CASHMBVRE. Blck TAMIS and EMPRBS8 CLOTH;: !Eack SILK, Black SiLk VELVET. -Allasn GRE4ZTLY EDUCED PRICES. FATINS. all eolo, and hbafes at o cents, worth $1. 8RAWLS, CLOAKS. and KNITTED G600DS e a': kinds. HOSIERY. CORSETS, BANeDKERCHIEFI:. ID GLOVES, e-c Wh.te and Brorw COTONYS ast 5 sezt Heavy Cotton FLA!r L aI7Teseo. Large saortmean of FLAYBNLI. IELAsKETS QUILCLS. e:e EXTRAORDI.ARY BARGAINS Carpets, Mattings, O11 Cloths, Rugs, Call and be convinced. Itemehber ."e p'a e. AUGUSTE MARX, 3.............. Dryades Street ............3 i Between Brats and Thalia. Take the gream car, from the corner of Canal and St. SCharles stre.a de2 1a LADIES', MI8ES' AND GENTLEYME1' UNDERWEAR. The Sisters of the Good Shepherd have establbhed, fo: the cnvealees of Ladies and Gertlemen, a depot for the ea* eof Ladies', limes andd r Genamsa Uoderweara, Inaas. RBohlb cad Chidreaa " Dresses, at the Istablishment of Mr. K. C. LOGAN, 14 Broras stree where a fall ali of their goods wit 1 be kept and sold at the mone reasonable ptrice SOrderns'ee reoeived. oe777 ly MBR. JANE BELL, (Formerly MMa Au;e4r, Of 1f1 oCarnal seet, smad df the omer of Jackson sad M.gaoreo stbeet, wll remove to etweewa St. Charle mad Caeda:et. b ed bese for bombs.a the It.t LSl st. a ODRESSMAKIN iN ALL ITS BRKANCHS. Her skill ts well kowr . oe14 em S ADIES' HAIR STORE Fancy Goods Bazaar. n G. T. SCHILLING, ... .............Canal 8Sto........... MAIrInwCrv O0 HUMAN HAIR GQODS AT WHOLESALE AND RETA.IL. Imz=. rnlrnr 01n er 0oon PBAqMZRItN, JiWELlT AND NANCY GOODS - et reelved. w tavsde of - Celluloid Carl Sets. Comb, NeohLla e. Real Iveoy mad Sel Co e, Seta, ate. Amea IvJey ob. Eagliak Blak Garsae Pets cad Ornameats. Nras for the Theatre ad B'al, Steel Pret and Ornamaata. Robare AarefLe er Gelden NaIr Dye. Co-y Ordre proptly attdd t. de4 761 ly JOHN P. ROCHE, Jeweler and Optician, Watbes and Jewelry Carefully Repaired. SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES Of Every Description, I'articalar attention paid to su it :e sighl aocarae ly. No. 98 Camp-Street, dell 74 ly rEw ontiae. OUSoo FURnmISin 60015 CARPETS* CaL ELKIN & CQ. --.---..--- . C.aneastre.L- s ....., Are reo-it;g Dw* sad e:eZamt stlm ASiIE8STE .. VELVIr. BEtLBSEZLa.. I IREELPLY ao IMORAtI CARPET$. WINDOW SRADEE sad COaxC4E, XJ O. CuLOTS t a. tw t 1ErPOLA y. A. BROUS8EAU & SON, 17.......... Cartme Sure et..... xxoaRfaT AND DzALtER II Carpetings, FLOOR oTr.L-COS. CHINA AND 001OA MWATING. wNOLN AL AND ANEarL CURTAIN MTIAL- Ie.., peI l Corn ea a. p. tin Pa e . Io ad lair Cloth, Plah. Bed Ticking and 8pd EU.LAPr. by the Role sat Pt..e. Price.L a tia of yd em.. lse a th _ _ 0017 fely FURNITURE AT HUGH FLYNN'S, 1i,- aJ 169.....Poydusm Street.-..1671" Yeam emaad the CHrAPEST BEDR.OOM SEm. - TEE CHEAPmST DINtIG BOOt1 THE LOWEST PRICE PARLOR F Btlf If THE CITY. A large steek ad safeum to 1etl. ci Respectfnlly informs his frlMeds sad the pari his new store, 144 ............. Camp Street......... He bas freeh ami well-aeloeed otasess BUILDERS' an4 GENERAL HARDWI Carpom ters Tools. Grate.. Stee. sad Houe It o rtap Ge of .11 kits. He toeheatr pre aed tian ese bofoa Ledi (l Tie smd Sheet Iron Work. and wi, foif rot. ., B lnnders sad othrer, ad g'an.at.se Ciee NEW SEWING MACHINES AT HALF PRICE AT J. BOOTH'S GENERAL SEWING MACHBIE DlI Ne, 614 Magazine Street, near Joee-pli Bastng now ooataotead mtasemeant to b , chinee Direct Eros the IluMamofeta for mdJ amp-! .toae cat n aaimea ut wo -Iayo E or 4.,mmo arr. paid. I am able I. Pi ros iedooemeataaits. ay. UtIe boaW in Ibe city to pur g.e oernil to p.ruoha aol of thIe p.pulr SEWING MACHIfl3 . al oft whtch bam beeoa rebuilt amd aoe iaranoa' aga ret an repair all ~tId. of ie Iad A oompl.oo olook 0f Reod'., Oil mod AISaei foeallm rosae. .T. BOOH ki4 YIagesin aIrset. Now OrY -Aget for Ruttoriok' and Mml. Demoreul 7JIZ1 ly ESA.BLIEBD 1837 G. PITARD, ImRostET AD DLEIl0 IN HARDWARE, GRATIS, PAINTS. 01s. VAErISH W, W "DOS WALL PAPER, ETC.. 17a d 3 .......Cam Street...... 20 etwoem Rampart ant Balm atM, ap11'p Is NNW O yLrm a fly w aro. oLm .. W ILO B. WAU R O8-,o 17:2.............. Camp Street.-...... Now Soospieo tho large mat ets ow O hk Burek. bett h pears e or TAXiiO uG ON STORAGE .ttbe IowumS raes. . 1 -yURITF EII MOVID. BOUVGT, eO All kl,.d of dpholgL3 at V"ra~gl •isatch oad MNatsrtoo ofU ll kinds a Z rdy bng ma Leesru rat., and all etTJ Ooaatoy tudor.. olitloa = 0 Yho, 001l ai examlmle before p. * 'Ie' aplS7 fly V B IR I . I mporter, MNaefartarer and De1 mTl+-: WILLOW WARN. WAGONS. 6A D0 MARKE BASKETS. Work Bakets. Chairs, Clothe Bakek, o Preoch Fncy Batoots, eTa 1113, 8 and 2563 Chartres StreeS Sdclf' 7CI'e W' R·O·Z ML rCEE 3 ELL1; ýa e ": et IIs:, TIaw 17·OC Amflfi "K