Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 2, 1855, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 2, 1855 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 6793. ARCXBISHOP HUGHES. Bis Sermon Yesterday at the Cathedral. THE OOGMA OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. Troposal to Commemorate the 8th of December. ASSAULTS ON THE CHURCH. *0., Ac., Ac. Archbishop Hughes returned from hU journey to Rome on Tuesday last, in tbe Atlantic. Ho had gone there on invitation of tbe Holy Father, to participate in the pro reeding* of the Council or Coaventioa of Bishops, in reference to the much talked of an) but ltttle understood dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin. That great point tettlel. he has returned to give hi? attention to the in tor* at* of bU archiepucopate, and to those questions, lay and spiritual, which attract no mucb pub lie interest at thia particular epoch. Yesterday bring the first Sabkath since bis return, there waa a very gene ial desire manifested on the part of tbe community, as well of other denomination* ?? of his own fold to see and hear him, and to learn hia views on matters and things in general, and on the topi's of the Immaculate Conoeption in particular. It had not bnen announced that he would have made bia appearance in hi* pulpit yesterday, but yet it waa generally expected that he woul<\ And so St. Patrick's Cathedral was the shrine] to wbicb thousands of our papulation yenteaday bent their step*, albeit many among them were unused to appearing in that or any other Roman Cathol'c temple. Onr reporter was among the number, and with difficulty ? so densely thronged waa the odific* ? was able to procure admission. But the Roman Catholic clergy of this city are extremely and exception ally civil and attentive to the press, and did not even close the door of tbe sanctuary itself against the servant of the public. It was l'alm Sunday, and the news and aisles were plentifully supplied with branches 4 of that shrub, which had previously, it is to be presum ed, received tbe usual benediction. Tbe churc'a wore its usual aspeet, it not being the custom to drape it unit <>Md Friday, we believe. The mass, toe, was the ordinary tigh ma.-s celebrated every Sunday, i the only difference being tbat it was xome what longer, tbe history of the Passion, as re lated by tbe Evangelists, being introduced and read at length. The Rev. Francis McNlerny officiated at mast, assisted by the vs. Wm. Starrs, Vicar General; Tho*. /I. Preston, Secretary; Thos. Burning. John Barry and John Hennes v. Archbishop Hughes occupied the throne during tbe celebration of tbe first portion of tbe mass. He did not wear the state robes of bis high office, but the ordinary under-dress, If we may so call it, of an arctbishop. consisting of tbe tunic, and a lace cape, aor mounted by a smaller purple velvet cape. Instead of tb? golden mitre, he wore on his heal the barita, or ?.?el vet cap. We were pleased to see tbe reverend m;m ' appearing in such excellent health. He seems much improved by his Kuropenn tour, and, as a gentleman be side us observed, must have left Rome immediately a'ter tbe close of the carnival, and availed himself of a trav- I oiler's license to take what fare he could get. After the reading of the Gospel of the dsy he ascended the pnlplt * with a firm step, and, wltb excellent intonation and for cible delivery, commenced his SERMON* Ani a Terr great multitude ?pr?>?il their fra orient* In tb? way, aud other* cut dcwn branched from the tree? mail ?trewfi them in tte way. , And the multitude tbftt want be'ore and that followed, crl?*1 out UTlUK. llofnBM to IK- u..? ..f DhM. Ulnwl if h<* 'hat coineth in the name of the Lord. Hostnna in the highest Th? narrative in the Holy Script ores, an read In the ?ami of Palm .Sunday, in the hiitory of the Paaalon of nur Saviour. It begins with the 21st chapter of St. Mat ikew and concludes in the 23d. and la appropriately read at tbi* aaaaon. But the word* which we liav 1 Jaet read a- our text are thoae which are especial ly applicable to the eolemnity of the day. They ?re the rrcord of the enthusiasm of the people, seeing '< the Son of God entering into the Holy city. They ?re the record of that mutability of human affection* which ihowi that possibly the ?*me voice which cr'ad ont " Hosanna," cried out a few days afterward* " I<et fcim be crucified. " Nevertheless, the church, in order o imprest upon you the great tiuth ? that of our Ssvi ar submitt.oir to the humiliation of the passion, which wan not by neceasity, but by hie own choice, and a* the taaaifeatation of hi* love ? the church, I nay, ha* pre served thoae word* that you, following day by day, through the ecclesiastical year, the course of the my* ?riea of the earthly life of the Hon of God ? may pay in weiooaung btm to your heart*. llo*anna! blessed ia ho who comet h in the qame of the Ijord." In ahort, the \lrns you bear are signiflcaat of triumph a* well a* of .y. The palm is the lymbol which, along the aialea of > e catacomb* distinguishes among the aainta who were M there to aleop In ring the >rst age* of the church, those 'm> died a* martyrs to their faith. The branch of palm ad the vial of blood engraved on their tomb* diet in If h the martyr* above all other*, and *ymboliz* victory. Tietoty ! And yet it leem* strange for me to ?peak to you to-day on the subject of victory, sines it is aot tny- purpose in this connection to ipeak of the vic tory of the .uon of God, who triumphed over death and the grave and thus became a conqueror; bat of hie church, which inherit* the viciadtudes of his life. That church I* heir to his suffering*, and yot at the ssms time it Is triumphant. It Is of It I now design to speak It might otherwiM item at range to you that I ahould wpeak of triumph, or of palm* which symbolise It, at :t moment wbeu you are a?*ailed in the piivate circle* and lathe public journal* with imputation* of dlahonor, revlhag# with calumniei, with (landers, and when oven thoee wtio should be, and who are by the very object of their creation, the appointed guardian* to regula e principle* of eternal justice, have them fielvea, in puthing their authority to an extreme, attempted to iovado the simple right* and liberties of the Church of Jesus Christ. Thi?, then, doe* not seem a moment to apeak of triumph; and yot it ia precisely the moment whan that aubject Is proper. It i* ao ? beoanae what do these asaaults prove r rhey prove that the or dinary mean* are now conaldered not sufficient to arrest ^e profresa of truth on the thoatre of free dlscnssioa T prove that th' re i* ao way of patting down these * -d teachers of the doctrine of the ton of God? thoae are substituted for his own presence ? the church, they rove more particu'arly that if the hostile mg* of those who kaow nought of her divine attri - .(*?? aad of hsr majeetic beauty, who believe that elie i ' .. to u roe of corruption, that she ia the enemy of the a nan kind, that aho is the adversary of all that : en 'htaoed, or grand in conception or performance, can ad ao other mode of attacking her; ahe 1* beyond the ?sch tl their feeblo attacks. And if they Sad thi" ? ?*r*e nsce??ary, is not this a time of triumph' But l *re is siUI more, deeriy beloved brethren. Lcokiag | er the h.atory of this charch, of that miraculous L idety, one. birmonioos, universal, independent, that pK Cbilitlaa society called the church? kxiklag, I *ay. I ret the annals of her history and of what ab* ha* taax-d through, you percoive how cloe-ly ahe resembles a ? |her history, the history of the life of ber IMvine J founder. Her* Is a succession of trials and of triumph ^ K va is. Uks hi*, an everlastiag 'sufTenag on the part of 4 the world, and wi the part of the enemies o' tmtli. And , n the part of tie church, aa on the part of Christ, there U >a perpetual triumpi. And who is it that caa reeoitec' | or a moment her vicisaitadee when the Aret Apostle* en ered the gale* of Koine? ru imperial mistress of the world? acc ? ulered the lists witn the p jwera of thateae , my whan i'eter ei tared the Uats wub dread Nero, who, I -0 caa recollect that, aad aot reeogaWe ber Divine orl in ? Nero had his triumph for a moment. while Peter had lis triumph for all steraity, in heaven a* a no earth. Both were < oo',uerora. Watchiag the auceeaatan of her ?a ret. during tse first three hundred year*, aad ageing that the whcis force of that empire which had subjected the aatioas of the world was directed towarda the extin f alshment of tha young life of Chrlatlaa society, we Sol that that society grew aad i acreaaad tUe more, and that that mighty Coioesu* of aa empire crumbles into dnst Thas It is that while, oa the part of the world the abureh ia, and has been, aad ever will he ssaillsil by a.l xt>" bad paaaioas of the hcaaaa heart, allied With r *\ ftl-led with aetaace aad allied with w*a<th . while ahe Mat, like |M( Matter, . jTar for the present, nevertheless, at th? proper tune, slie triumph*. But there if a special reason why the uplifted palm In your hind* to-day should be regarded by you u a token of triumph? the oelebration of a victory. That victory la the great event which has ?o lately occurred. It iit the definition 01 a doctrine which, 'although believed as a private sentiment in the heart of the church for eighteen huouied years, bad not yet before received the official ?teal of tbe church. I speak of the doctrine of the Imma mlate Conception if the ble neo Virgin Mary. Ani the ground of tilumph In reepect to tbu topic is, nut that any definition, or any belief could make that most distin guiehed and noit elevated of all Uod'<r intellectual ens? iuien, whether in heaven or on eartli, morw lteaorwd, or that suy definition could add to her giory or to her prerogative*, but that all tbe heresial by Which the church ban t* en assailed from the beginning- oootaim, without one single exception, in the errore wUieh they teach . ome principle calculated to weaken or deatroy. and, if possible, to bring into degradation, in the eat tat - tion of men, the ever bleated Virgin Mother of God. Tha' baa been more particularly tbe cut within the tlire hundred jean. The leant ancient of the here* lee which bare been pr'ac bed is that rne especially which made it a point to wound her and cut ber ofi. Tlieir tneory wan to adore her bob, indeed, but at the une tiui?. by way of increasing hi* honor, they would ueprt-ctate L<*r preroga tives unci almoat call into que*M<>n the nttributex which reader her. ax the servant of God, high reepect And tbey thought they were makiag great progress at first, because they pretended to reject thing *, the mere e* ctescenresof time, which had grown Into the holy practice* o( tbe Cathotic cbureb. Then after these carae other*, toe ing other error** untouched by the first ratcrmera, until floe My every root rne of the church, even to tbe divinity of theiton o( Uod, haa been not only aiaputed but denied and rejected under the plea of making Christianity pure and at the same time rational and worthy of intelligent beings. Tbsse errore have gone ae tar ai they poasiMy could go. And, on tbe other band, while the church bai maintained thoao doctrines which she always had maintained, It is remarkable that in proportion to tbe .issiults of the adversaries of truth tbe faith of her oh 11a re n beoomes more and mora warmly intense to wards every dogma which ber enemies had denied, and among them mora espeoially the hoaor of the bleseed Virgin Mary is, I will not say among tbe Catholic* of thla community but of tha world, more lovingly up held. Among the oppenentaof the Church no Mttind is heard no* except the sound of hostility to the pr? rogatives of Mary Catholic* may hare f>und themselves al time* under the necessity, at it were, through the aente of expediency at least, of not urging thladootrine, butthey believeu It none tbe lees. Fiuauy, atatims when many of these Idle speculators. these philanthropists without Uod, these humanitarians without any divini ty , tbese men who look at human nature as a kin l of improvable upper strata of animal life, and have no key to .t? mysteries? these men who believed at last, 1 *up pohe. that the Church of Christ bad fulfllle.1 her high mission, and was now a thing which had out lived the period of its usefulness and should be cast aside? the Churcli cf Christ determined a great point of faith. Ah! let these men meditate on .be spectacle which was wit nessed in home on the 8th of Itoctmber, 1S64, and they will probably understand that the church I* not dead ? that the church is not old ? that the church has not outlived its usefulness ? that the live* and refgns. and that at she has seen the rise and the ruin of em pires and dynaatiee during eighteen hundred jean ? herself unmoved ? so she will live to wit ness all the changes and vlclasl tude* of these silly spe dilations on human philosophy and human humanity, by which these philanthropists would attempt to come to the relief ol mankind, by raisin,; and elevating this fallen and otherwise depressed aud unhappy race. It was my privilege, dearly beloved brethren, to be among the favored oiaex wbo witnessed the assembly ot oishops at Rome. As it was not my desire to pronounce any thing like a formal discourse to day, I shall perhaps bel ter fulfil your ceairaa if 1 give you in brief a narrative of thin#- ss they occurred, in connection with this great subject ol universal joy and triumph. I will therefore proceed to do so. As I have remarked, for the last three bundled years, but particularly since tbe beginning of this century, those who were most nearly in com munii.n with God? the bishops, or many of tb*, the piiesta, and holy person* oevoted to religion? expressed outwardly tbeir great desire that tbe sovereign l'ont'fT should define as an article of faith that belief which bad been floating from the beginning on the sea of Catholic tradition, and abiding in the Catho lic heart, with reference to the Immaculate Conception. Tbe Hol> Father entertained with favor the expression of this sentiment . and during the period of his exile from be. i .etho ton. lis of the apostles, whan at tiaeta, be Issued an encyclical letter to till tbe bUhopa of cbriflten *iom, requiring or requesting theui to furnish him with a tVidarmtton of ilte n*ntlBM?lkt wbinl, prevail**! auioag their e'ergy and people on the subji-ot. Uf course It re quixtil a long tlmo to iec<ive answers to such a let er, sent to tbe various parts of the earth; but little by little, one alter another, these responses caaM la, to the number ol. I think, 564, from so tnanv bish ops, scattered throughout the world ; and of these there were less than fifty whose writers considered that, although 1lie doctrine was true, ana was believed by ih* m and bv their people, l was not expectant to ce fine it at that moment There were only lour out of that Immense number whoee wri'ars were not pr-pxred for the definition. These letters are published, an i con atitute an aggregate of nine octavo voiumea. And still, owing to the difficulty of access in such remote and pagan lands as some of the blahope dwell in. th?y bad not yet received the encyclical letter, or had not been ablt to forward their answer. These letters having been received, the lioly Father, even then, while yat at Uaeta, appointed a commission of twenty of the most laarnel theologians, tor the purpose of Investigating everything which history had recorded on this subject. rne*e ? gain, alter their return, were aided by others In Rome and finally, after much prayer and fasting and eupplicatirn of God, both by himself and ?>y other* whom he required to unite with him the Holy Father determined? no doubt under the Divine inspiration ? to make that solemn decla ration of the doctrine. For this purpose ha Invited a oertain number of bishope, so that the epiacopaoy of ascb country might be more or lets represented, to assemble at home. He did not invite many he was aware that to some bishop* It would be a mutter of great in convenience to go, and be knew that anything like an Invitation or formal request would be corresponded with, no matter at what sacrifice Nevertheless even thla. for some dsy* previous to tbe Hth of December there weie assemble*!, from day to day, some 1M bishop- of tbe Catholic church, representing every nation, and, I may say, every tongue and tribe uader the sky. These had come together, and the question was submitted to them, not indeed as to tbe doetrtne, for that tbey had already been the first to profess, nor as to the appropriateness or fitness of the time? these two points wera withheld ? but as to the form and words of what is called the "bull" ? the form and articles ol the proclamation In whlsh this doc trine wts to be define*;, *? it bad been drawn up by tha theologians. It was this which was submitted to them. This it waa tbeir duty to canvaas, paragraph by para graph, line by line; and tbey did so, Having for pur pose simply to sift out and examine and probe whether any authority had been quoted in lupport of the doc nine, which authority eould be questioned. It was their piovinse to see that no slight error of the theo loclans should Introduoe a doubtful testimony in sup port of sacb a doctrine. Oh' dearlv beloved brethren, what a spectacle was tbe meeting of these bishops' All were kindly received bv tbe Holy Fathar. Ail as sembled In a public ball adjoining tbe great St. I'eter's. There waa no Introduction necesfiry. On tbe second, third and fourth days, there came in ottsr bishops, travel-worn, wbo had ccme from the distant f?a-t or from the far ofi South. 1 be?e men, who had journeyed thousands and thousands of mllea, had but Jast time to refresh them selves sad put on tbeir episcopal robes before they walked into th* assembly, tbey took part in the discus sion of tbe matter before the body in tha vary hour within which tbey bad arrived. There waa no com paring of ae>te? aa to what each one believed ? there was no question or high doctrine or low doctrine ? there waa no Interrogation as to what school oca belonged or as to wbat had been tbe influent* which tbe sentiments of the government, er the effect of the church North or foutb, or Fast or W*'at, tad bad upon the minds of these who came to take part in tbe proeeediaas of that augnst aeeembly. There waa tha oneness, the unlver sallty of truth? one heart, one faith, and one laa gjage. If tvery bishop had spoken bis mother tongue, wtat a jargon would bave been there ! What an Imitation of the *c?m ?' the Tower of BaSel ' But there w?i OH language uied? the language of tbe church aod a faitbfai aod a truthful oaa la that language, by which ? \?tt biM.op under atood tha other, and read hi* thought* without ambiguity. There waa no time. I lay. (or intro<ioctiona or making acqoaiatancee. but they were able to rea.I each other ? countenance* And than, baring transacted the bualnea* for wtuah they came tber returned home each to the foi l he had left behind, without? with a few enception* ? having ma.te the ac ({uaintance of even the brethren whom thee had met it tint aaaembly. Haally came the day for the promulfa tioo ?f tha dogma. That Sth of December d? <er?e? to be celebrated in the annate of the ehursh. for all time to c< me, a* a day of joy to every < hnxtlao heart The holy I'<>ntilT him>elf? the aoprenie Pontiff? officiated ao<l at tbe proper time received in the name of the whole Catholic eiiereh ? including the Creek and Armenian? race red, | in tbe name of tbe whole Catholle world, from the Up* of i tb* Ivan of the Sacred College of Cardlnala. ?upported br tha bi?bop* of both rank*, the ?upplle Hon that, by the authoritative and infallible decieton ot he cburrh I be might declare the prtrogati re to the Mo' her of the > F on ot Cod Tbat eceoe cannot be deaeribed and oo . one ought to attempt to describe It. I nhall not attempt I to leltceata to you the picture which that eceoe haa left , etill Iteeb and aolomn on my memory. I nhall n?t ! attempt to apeak of It, becnuee I roold not convey an j I 'lea of the wonder* of art, architecture. painting aod moalc hy which that eeenc waa rendered <o Impreeaive. | And eo let thoee tblnea paaa Bat there wne another part 1 of the ?pertacle which f ahou Idnotiee. It waa the gran.! I aod touching epoetaolo of two hundred prelate* heel lee j an Immeaao multitude lurroandiag the eureeeaor of r?t. Peter? that eaeeeaeor ooenpylng hla throne on tlie eery tomb of Peter himnalf. and of Paul, an<! on the rerr anot where Peter and Nero had contended, and where the a poetic bore to the prinoe the teaUmony of hi* faith, aad of hla lore to hie Water by chocetag the aame laetrnmcMt of death-the ftwea-bnl, oonaMertag hla unworthinaM, relocated aa a rarer that be >houM be eru rifled with hia head te the *?r<h <m | that aame ?pet_ l eaT there ant m Peter a aaore. | able to Milt, link by fink, the whole chain which haaj I him to tbe liret apo*tle, aod. through that apoctte to , Chrict. aod throngh < briet te )*?. Ttr? he eat AU , other tbtaga had cheered. bat there he waa etitl rn the | tork. Tie eary tem??u and, t.eoa aa1 tHala by eh.rb the r!iureh?had been eenttniaHy afrteVM had I -erred aaly W rem ad t. a of bow truly lha -aa. t - eor reepcoilA with the deecription given (_ tY. ^ . h?\L mA ^fW#kC?U^ or ^ow r?uW jo u daarir ^irsr'.tEssr jftjMf f:r * ;.;a oV-sr^;"; 1-SH5 the unlven-al love of uunkinr- if it -?~ ii ? b? U a b'flhon Nit in whL# /P** "? *? of1^r b?MJt?e? ?" 0,,i*r B" "? wmwKS SPSS had b?ni,rd?rf !(' P^P**1 time that document which wan ~:ATtfJ0 *e Pw?ul??Uo? ?r thia doctrine but amid a ?,!??.? T*'' dj,;l?ct. ?<"diN? ro<o?, loaucb a -"ltthjd. ef ,^)pUWWh.e ".'Ja^'that n^eT??ha! f??L7 ,4oc,rin?1. which ia the definition ir?-K a &-sc?5 tbe prop., U?V, ? nf?7^?"?V? no'. o?,l*tt " "the of 7' - ' * of pram* and tfiankfulniae Kis -r r; s& ..^?s.rr.iVis tfj?t I fihoulij cxpltin to von iiridiv .. proper PPM!! thai you I. now that, w herein the dmnlt v ol C'l.riat ialbi jhri,t'?n ,loctri?i>, that d<*ma w? haw? it *!? '5 ,he fcr*' in whi'h w" now I U v i ne T.on^ u^n D,) r< d ?""* "*t?r th? time of oar ?J, tUt I?mum tbi. doctr i ne'w aV'n oT ^<1 e a ? l"*?t ' n '4 n \ thei.foie not believed t That woSld |? .hZ!!T ! "" 1 beio* ileDaed prove* nothing, or it provee that it ~ ' " .eved, ,?d that the defloltaoD w? n? ?c . tTk' i" ? Anna and bia aaaociaten w. take advantage of the aimplicity, or, if I ., the vague ne- a cf th? fulUl. iwJ ' h it. J i1itJ"u^1",e' th'T P^teodeU to t , ; , h."" vloity of CbriNt waa certainly not hither ?i " U><\ with relerence to tbe very Mcrinturea . period atUl when the church defined and ?' a later hooka of ^be hoi, gcHpta? whi^ "? noma anotbar" Thir ** tbat tlme SOme den,f*1 ??* b<*>k >?SX:XHISi?? * -? t mra"tlL*Ll th doetrme of t,le ^urch had b-en at ? 1 praona wers one and that the divine nod human nature- were united in theone nern n and cr n?e?juentlv, that the hleaaed Virrm M?r til ?oilier ot thia one perton? Jeaua ('hriat. So at th? ounoil of KpheNoa, where the 'ineiitton had been much jnultltuda of the faithful ou t,ide, wait"n? chutch on ?h|nOW K **Uthor,Utlv" dB??<on of thU church on thia eubject, an toon aa they heard that it wa- lawful to continue ?tlU, aa they bad cont nued bo l,.m jC? M*rr the Mother of flod, ran through the cro?c?d ntreetr of Epbeaua, procl.iimln^ the joyful aew, I ii^ou perceive that a doctrine may i trua . 'd mmy Km ft>veal^l ami known mm truth, lour j't r? mhl't *b* ?",horlu"? a*al and ?..action ot the toailier m^l'. k a*],iPP0,i t*a lo preaerve all truth, and to make ktown all thinga whataoever Uiucliln< the faith of <br ?t. in what thertfore, ia the dUeren^ between thia cm ! ' ? a* ^?lJlolic" n"". ?t>'l what it wan befcra tbiaoogma waa proclaimed I will tell you. In brief that tim* b?li?vt*<i by iiullvldual h?li(*r it wa. a Mntimrm which wa. famfiiar la tb? w ,1 \ ? mother, hardly heparatia* ftrm, wi.h thi. diilereoce. that tie one waa a .mre * r?a nr. I?'T" H.t Z ''.T* 10t' U,# oth#r "" ? God and man oever ' een .L. i hf-J T"' "l*,"0*" of < hr"1 they a 1 1 * n'pted V" P L 1 ' f T *" ??? T-h-ch m"irn"r^y ? v?rt/r2s b%TsS? aSA-V Mother "m!* "S^lwvS'lK SK noinerot (,od She waa excepted. Me did not aav conceived without eln, becauae it waa not bia province to pronounce a dogma In anv antlm 5? \Yx::pu? b? ^ w.X^i a-j moltided <n hl? theory o( denravltv hi^thT - v v 'inlveraal depravity, dearly belovil tZI ^ th. ,Y?,U l:DOW t.h,t " "rifin/l'.la fou kn?^ y ,.7 of our flrft parantu it wai inf rn.fnr*.H and all mankind became talnteil. Yoo know that a nol' i-.r. rbaBtU|n 2TS? ?"? ,0rth "ur? ???? V? ? from that Am ?lr?.rKlr 0r aPPr?Pr,?t"JI' of mankind m an icate in no :ence*to the Th^ut "uT'be^rl^S 3??" P??^l Into a law, and the doctrine of tor'' fcer fci/h" c^lltoJ,t'C'^t,'?,,B,Jipid ^.D"?romW ori^l'r,ainC,riiptbimth' Rl? ?J "'fiod which cleanaeth ua from that or ginal Mnn s f,U lt- ^ the r?T of her conoep t ?m ^n ? ' WM '"'ncUfle.l without bap s~i s KWaBi rrLtai- S-t b*loT,<i brethren, though thia be called Catholic doctrine, ,f there were ?mon , thoee who are reaUv*^# mT" * C*U>ollc church anv who believe fk i~7 i ' wt" COB1moa ;*ir/(i?<-, _but believe re-.Hv th? divinity oi Jeaua Chriat. they abould aa a matter Zf Miw? toma^n,^*7,rOUr1,1 h* th"ir own r'"?n P? . . ^ P't? the Immaculate Omceptlon of Uie hiea M ' h***"* he iaaued from th? fleah of the *? 4lr*'n Hary; becauae he waa in that Heab thua Binlatervd to und?r tbe overabadowing ..f the Hoi v < ihoet f^^ruffjBBS.-SSSSS gaftSffiS' "? -? H-,s Mot btr of (?od had iiba bMn, not one prA*6r?ed b* Him graca a ad power from tha utaia of oririnai ?io tut ona raoarmaO. on# who ha<i b##n tba alara of tha raaaia? a^' W,l? .?cunl, and (|iiahflod a# an *ioaa<*jnat#<i >||V? u* h?. rt ma tha Motbar of " tba wort) ma?1a flanh ? Mo ?urh thin* Tha Catholic heart n^rar b**Ua?ad that A1 wars iVHlbl a?ntlm#nt of tha litimiruUta^'ao foltb aI9*^ tl? ? wm* nMor" of Um laitn. Aa a matter at coarae. It wa^ a ? - ''f"* tb* 10 tlj? Incarnation Tin* ?ent.ment alwaye an.ted, ud would have axleta-" | hough it had not reeelve<i thN aathoriUtive aanrtion oot tha Catholic world, and of a* aa and **<>* mur* th* of the ch?r:b. W hat .?Tka n.,^ our faith tben * Our faith then ?i? a kin>! of principle Onr f?ltb in thla matter w?* aa u the (kith of UiM who do not rtccgoi'* the principle of infallitk - authcritr I ?t me apeak of one of tboaa awtaida the I'a'hohc eliurch. He d a great many of our doctrine*, in thr Tilnity, lb* Incarnation, and many other tenet- which are dogmatic in tie < athtlic ' huren. Ilut liow 'loee he bel:e?e tb?ir * Ha belieeea lh?m hacauee ha reaaon* them oat hlmeelf? becaaje th?ra la a certain iy*tem of rellg ton in bla ha ad of wblcb tbeee form ingredient* He belle ??? then tbua, an ! calJe that faith and that ia the highest degree of faith he eaa have But when an infallibly teat-bar. an Infallible bropoun<!<-r o what la true, rivi authority to tnla faitb, It tten bec< inea r?al. and ia not faith for one, but for all Without that aatbovtty we ma; belie** a lofma. bnt we bate no authority to impoae It on any one elae eo we bad no authority heretofore lo taach "hie in an au horltatiee aen-e It wae a aentimmt But now wha' ha* happened11 It haa happened that that whin, ha* been universally tillered in by the whole (?tkmli< rbuicb front the beginning baa racaired tb* aanrtion? of what' of he holy Catholic chur:h- of the tupreme I'aMor ?f that church? of him who ia the elce /?rent o' ( briat lb Aeurmitlnf truth? of the Vicar of f;hrUt? of tba one whom < hnet commanded aa to beh*?e? of the one .Mlnlatar of whom H? -aid "He that hear* too brar? me aid be that deepieee yon >leepieea m?." Who then it It that teacbae tbte It ia the !*,n A fl<M How loea ba taackltt? rerballyf It may have be -n ao wblle be waa on the ear'h bat now ba Umehea it or rather ba hi* alway* taught It, m an element in ttiafal'.h It elf, Imbuing tbe ronrk tione an-' feellaga of erary ba llering teart. 1ho? It haa baen taught And now thia trn?b, <o inthorlMd by tba aburcb. baa become a logma of tbe Catholic faith, namely, that by tbe merit* of Je?r? Cbrlat, Ood, by a alngle prerogative hail ia tna Srat ia?tint of bar conception, at em pled tbe efergloria<i* Mary from tbe taint of orifinal tin That ia the a?w theory. That it ia wblcb ia the aibjert of joy, not that it In i ranai for a ax ment our faith, bnt that it aaacti flea our ft tb. Ton bolirred before baaaa*a you' >e t hoof 1 1. but new yon bellaee barauae the authority ap Klnted by tiod far tba purpoee propoaee It for yt.t he f and yon beflere tba tea lawar of f.od, through the ntaAiam ?bui appointor That i. the oaly diftreaee And It a a tbu that we t?jwt;e We rejoice that t be prerogative. tbs Unit aad the teat, aad? eiceptiag eternity? tbe Uighaat prerogative which diatlngniahee tha bleeaee Virgin Mary, haa biro thin eoleu.uly r?cogni?ed and aeieainiv proclaimed twfore tha world. Let thoae men who, rn tb?ir aballow coaceptioa* and by their low aati/aata of what la kamaaity. attempt la ameliorate mankind ; let tbeaa now lift (hair eyea, awl let tbam uaderatand that thai humaahy which exhibit* ao much of aiiaery and wrethcedaena, ud haa ao little rapacity am! anacepttbaHty for uU that ia great aad ?a blune, lav them understand, 1 aay, that that humanity ia dignified, tbat that humanity ia exalted Jeaua Christ belong* d to that humanity . Be toeb it* natar* upon Mm aelf, and fiom that moment all who bare aa element for Use amelioration beboM la hwrnanify aometbing IMrioe. Bat the. Divine tiarioar, wo are tol*. though man, m Gad alao, and had, of coon*, the axfilencv and parfar ? Ilea of nnapproachable good nee* even in hi* humamty. Bat there ia aaotb<>?by which baaaaanlt? u ralaed There la naa daughter of Krv ? a daughter who waa aa purr in her conception and ia her Datura aa if aba had been tha flrat born liefore the fall of aur parent* ? aa If ah? had been a child of their ianoeeace, with tha difference that then 'ahe would bare been pure and iitnaaenlate by nnture; but now *he ia, by tha grace and by the preroga tive of Soil h>ok on bar then, a ad watcli her footitepa along the tumble carees of hai lire, free ireaa taint of ?in in biarth, in Ufa, or ia deatlu tUfce waa the creature of (iod. aa you are. She waa not divot. Hbe waa human . but ah* waa <|Belited for divinity. aa<l waa choatu above all the daualvter?- af the earth, Ibia humanity, therefore, ia not ell b?4 or irredeemable There ia at- if ait one exception. Theae ia that pure bright li'y undented; there ia thai oar who baa been fitly deirrlbed by ao many epithetaand compartaoaa in the writUga of the ancient fatbera ; there m on* oa whom while fixing yeur eyea you behold th? point from which tbe man wlio would i-levata humanity tauet ta ? hia departure. Hejoic, therefore, (Uarlv beteeed brethren, ou tint occaaiou. Let the pnim? in your hand be at onre tbe comnemoration of the jouriey of our Mainour to Jertnalrm, and of tbia g"?at triumph after l.HOO jeara Let your he? rta be lifted up. fttmmm tvrd*. let there be no deprearien recaaee of the enmity and aarault* of the world. Hy Hum you know what you aie and you know that if you w?r* not what you are, yea would not be aa**ili?l. your bcarta e lilted up to Sod. let tlirm nyolie Id & tender, holy Joy; ami give Shanka for Hi> infinite merciea. And may we be by graoe fieaerved fnm the ruin whirh original ain iinri^ht on the wiiole hu mnn race, and may w* lire he. * exempt from every ? tain and defilement which bar* de*C?aMd to ua from ?Kjr first parent. Let to day be hell nacrrd. bet the , fth Of f acemher Ij* called for mi nr centunea te come ; the Anniveriary of the Immarulai* Conception. I<et it ' be tixed in your salada. And for itiywdf I propoae to i commemorate it l;oth In teatimony ?f the rr?ni. aad of , my joy at lieing prem-ut at tha ''oiiooil, and in .xratituda I for many favor- and for the extrrordmary protection which I have rtcetved audi have ae donl/t fronrthe all jowerful inter >aaion of the blnea*l Virgin Marr. let he lia|>pine>? to commence a mouunien' to he de<i a'ed to the uliry of <Iod and hta church, and to bejin (ommeuiori'ion of the event* whl'-h have ao iv reiit.y trauapirni, and of the Catb'.Hc ideal which I have endeavored tbna to communicate. After the aermon waa ended, the rar.aa waa reatimed ? many peraona bavijg meanwhile lefl'the chmvh aad the cereraonlea having cloaed. the Arehblaho|> gave Im? benediction, and the congregation (Laieraed. The Oyer and Trrmlixtr . THK PRISONERS TO BK .UIBn. The April term of the Oyer and TermiMr open* to ?J?y, and the I ton. K. P. Cowlea lately appointed by t It* Gover nor to fill the unexpired term oeeaairned by tbe '.?? th of Judg* Edwarda, will preaide. Tha calendar la .uiu ?uallv heavy. on* man in charged with anion in tha tlr-it degree, and xeventeen ax principal* In ntne different tnorder*. We anhjota tbe following 1 Ibt ? Ibe I'eopla va. Mumx Slyer, charged with araon in tlte flrxt dtgree Tbe Sxme VB. William PbrrU, charged wUo murder. The heme n. Ui Ilium Hcliarflenberg. charged wiib murder. Tbe fim* va. Jame* and Juften fatten, chaigeU with murder. Tbe Same ?? I'eter M. 1 .a wxon , charged with murdor. Ibe Same vx. rdwaid Allea, charged with murder Tbe Same va Terenaa liammiii. charged with murders Tbe Same v?. Joeeph Hall, charged with murder The fame va Anna Maria Doicbey, charged with tha murder ot her child. Ibe S*ir? v*. 1 ewla Maker, Jamea Turner, Patrick Sir. I.augblin, John Hyler, Cornnllua Una, Charlaa Van Felt. Jobn Morrixaey iiud Jamee Irving, charged with our. Mr, Owing to tlilx great preax of huaineax it I* probe).'* that tbe trial <if lboee charged with "he murder of Wta. Poole will not be brought on tbli term. Wetruxt <t may turn out otherwiie. The following in a brief deacHptxm of tbe different prlxooera mentioned ahore, and a aketcli of tbe crimen with which tbey itand accuaed ? Mom MTEK ii indicted for arwn In the Bret degree. About aeven o'clock on tbe evening of the 3d ol November ISM, a Are win diacoveredln tbe grocery atore of toe prieoner, No 606 tirand (treat, but waa xooa extinguiahed by the Eoliceoftbe Sevanth and Thirteenth ward*. The foi iw ng eiinpK-tona firrta are charged again*' II vert u connection with tbi* Are. It ia a aid that a lira oe enrred In the xame etore un tbe Sunday night previoua, urnler circamitancex which created at that time a great <!e?l of xuxpieion . Tbe tire on Sunday nlgbt barn* a bole through the floor br a partition, and on tha *e cond occaaion It occurred behind tbe counter, ander the ?helving A xtrong amell of camphene, or burning fluid, waa noticed by tbe police and neighbor* at tBe time of putting out tha (ire on tbia Unit occasion. In addition tothene rlrcuuiatancea, there waa an inaiieeiwe of 91,600 on the atock. In tae Reliance Kire Insurance Company, and $500 on houeebold furniture, when in fact there did not appear t<i be atock and furniture in tbe premiaea to the amount of $.'< 00. WILLIAM BHEHIK. Wliiiam Kberta, acr-uaed of the murder of JobnGUfoy, by flrearma, on the I'.th of October laat, ia a Oerman by birth, of light complexion, and ia about thlrty-Ae* yeara ot age It ia alleged that Eberie and llilfoy ware workmen together in a cabinet manafactory in Fifty fourth xtreet, and that the former, about nine o'clock in the evening of tne day in >|U?ation, 'under tbe Im prea-dea that hia fellow laborer had reprcaente I him t > the boea aa a bad workman,; took a double barrelled gun, and, while tiilfoy wa? walking in Ninth a Ten a a, came behind and ftred at him. The man Inatantly fell. Eb*rle, it ia eta ted. ran away, and waa aeen thua by ?eve ral wttneMee Mlfoy died from the effect of tbe wounda be received two daya after, anil the Coroner 'a jury at tbe ln>|ue?t on the body, returned a verdict of wilful marder aga'nat Rberle. WILLIAM ICMARPWBL'RU. Tbia prixener, under an indictment for the marder of Helena Myer, la a Swede? a aallor by jtrofeaalo?? and about twentyAv* yeara of age. It aeema that be wa< attached to Helena Myer, a young German girl boa* ting of fair face, bright eye*, ..nd frail virtue. Heieaa waa ia a dancing houae in Waaluagton at reet on the night of the '.'4th of September Airting dexperately with * a legion of iovera I nfortunately, Scharffenberg nade bia appeernnee. at aa unlucky moment when hia mia troea waa reclining on a aofa with two or three adoring ?walna about ber He tier a me jeeloua and her oapric* and neglect of himeelf rouxed hi- paealone to a pitch of fury beyond hie control. Without giving any warning of bia intent. on*, ml before hi* deaiga could be fnialreted, be drew a dirk knife and atablwd bia vl -Um, inflicting a wound Irem which ahe expired tbe next day. JAMBS RYAN AND JTBTEN PATTEN. Jame* Ryan and Juaten Patten, two youth* of be. wen 1? and 10 yeare of (ge, the former an Irtahmaa, an 1 tbe latter, we believe, an American, are jointly indicted for tbe lE'.rder of Jamea Cahill, a policenaa. |t ,* alleged tbat the pnnoner", about one o'clock on fbe morning of the 29Ui of September laat, burglaiioualy entered a ba k?r'x xfcop, in Ninth atreet, n<-ar avenue C. The ownor, who wax in ted, heating a noiae, go' up an I went town ? tairv The borglara after ?ne had aaapped hia piatol at him, inatantly turned and led. The kak*r taiaed the alanu, abou'.ng watch, and oflicor (ehill, bearing bia rriex and aeemg tbe men rnnnlng, chaae<) then aa far aa tbe coiner of avenua H and Tenth ttreet Here It W appoxad-, Ryan ttreii at him three aovoral time* w th I bia re?ol??r? two of the balle entering naar the reg no I of the heart Tbe policeman ataggered to a tree Un I againxt aho b he etood intil the < trier parlie* i*arna up, wt,?n he fall an I almcxt ma'antly expired Tbw mur dareia meanwhile ha<l e?<-aj?d Ryan and fatten w*re arretted an 'h a cbarga th?- n?xt morn ifcg about (o'clock In the Parade <.roi.n l Nothing waa fouad about their |>eraone to implirata 'heir in the crtm? and the me n point in the r trial will doubtleaa be thair identity wi'h the burglar' prri r m. nAWff. Tbia priaoa?r ia a Swediah a.Jor, of about twenty aeven yean of age. He ie cbarga-l with murdertag .hihn fi'Neeie a 'loagabonman. ?n tbe l?tb of I le^em be. laat. under tha following eir umetaaca ? Tbay were both ia a porter bonaa in Waainagtoa "treat, drinking together when worda pi? 111 letwaex them about eotaa tnde that i naliy teraitnate<t ia ? ceixnalaed '{uarrel It ia allege) that law*>a < angbt O'Naele br tba back of the neck heat him over, and ran a dirk inita into Me body aea' th* Xflne Internet h*rcnorahage eaanod and tba w nndod naa died the next morning The pri" ner waa arreeted oa the ipot by tba Iirat ward police. M>w*u> ii i ni. A boy ? me ?i|t?ea yeara of aga, la charred with the murder ef I'atrich Vfninn Qama, It ie iMIel wax walking a Anthony atrewt. near 'eatrw, oa i tie mk .. Ing of tbe i'h of Nniesber 1 V.4, where he i<ad eonte dtft ? u'ty w th a cgawd ef bo;a. He waa iatoneated at tbe ttaae >ad mar have boea 'ioleat ia hia iaagaaf* aad bebat cr Alba, It la alleged. raahe< frwaa a ba*e meat. aa*. making freight for Quiaa, drove a t.rk kaife oace er twice into bia body Tbe avea die* two diya afterwarde, aad tbe prieooer wae erreated ea tae *f?t wbeia the criaae waa o aaautbed Tiirn'i mnii.i la an Irtahmaa, ah nt 44 year* e* age He ba* work*" la a bow**d varehaeae. aad ep to tba naauaaiet y the ofetre, Iboegh iadelf eg eOea ? K^< r ? a* I ta bare burn* the character of an honeat n an. H? ia charged ?t?h murdrf mg hu wife by wound* tad l.ruiaee, ?a the lit of JMosry IMS He lived ia :i'i Trinity pUce, and. It U alleged, eM? how*e drunk on the day in 'i?e? Hon and fLadla* hia wife there kicked aart beat her to death. A man in coMfany i"01 HamoiUl, and who ?u arreated a* a wltneea, went In eearoh of a pjolioemaa, and when ho returned tba woman we- dead, a?l the floor covered with her Mood. T1? prlaonar ooe in tha Tomb*. preaente a picture of the extreme of mieery and dee pair. jomrn hall (?, we believe, an American, about 85 yeara of age. and la charged with the murder of William OBriett, with a pintol, on the let of .January !?*. The prUoner had pre vionely been in California, and it U eappoaed uad bean much afleete.l by the deli^io* Jf apirllual rapplnf. and manifestation*. The diceaaeH and the priaoner, both about the mid*. age, were berana fnende, living ao.1 koenlia.f together. Tbry were in a drinking aalaoc on Ike day in naeatlon, end, It mhw, a quarrel took pUce vetweea them about a dcllai bUl thetOllriea ha- 1 foiind. ilatl wanted h;ilf. but the other aaid ao. Ue would f|tva bhn two nldlling* er nothing. tt?U then became very in jch exeited. lie drew a reeoivWr, o?l tt U O'Briea exclaimed, "?x ehlUIng* ?' ?othmg. 1 Nt -reply being given he tired. O Wrten fell, aud while on the ground hie <tuondai? frieud Bred again twt=e Tw:> l-uilete were lodged li? the vletl? a brwaat lleil I thr-i, auppoeiag he lia.I kllle 1 lile aaeoeiata, Bred another ?hot at bla own throat, wounding liuaaell eeverely. .eve -lag the carotid artery and laying open hi* jaw Ha ? to fell, waa arr*ate<lt an >con??fid to tt* IwUi turv UotpiUl on BUekwtM'a lalan.1, whara, lor two tnont**, he Unyami bvtw***n li^Vi and tianth, and waa not allowed to hear of tha fate of <yBrian, who, nftrr wound td, wan rvmova<l to tha Naw York Huapital, whara h?* Jlt?- at tha and of tha fourib ?Uy. Tha dnfnnca aat up by til* jirl?ooer'i couneel in thl* caee ia iaaanity. LKW1H B* Kit. The prraonal appearance of l-ewia Maker, who ?land? chatgad ia a principal In the murder of William t'oole, ia by U ia time very well known to the public. If notoriety ia in t ny wuy thai gentleman * an bitlon, bi* wi*h mu?t I have been amply gratified. Ha ia about live feet tan ) incheie high, atreugly built, large Head, blue eyee, and , light rturliax brovn hair, llaker woe born in thl* soun j try, bu t la of W?Ub deacent, and haa been a reaident of New Vwk. ?Ua ?ccu??t.'.on? during life have l?en varied. At one time a aailnr, hede-erted from a whale^hlp at tue Hanil wich lalanda, and came home In a man-of-war. About live yrara he obtained tke ap| animent of policeman, and waa detailed to protact emigrant* againat rtinnem. He owntioaed in the department until roate live wee!ia previoua to the Man .rl* Hell tragedy, e hen he was a*ia|?ade<i oo account of a pietol tight that be anil Turner had wllh Tom llyer, in Hick I'latt a nab on, under Walla. 'a a theatre. Kuril** tb- latter part of hie career, Haker wa- la ail reaped* a lighting man. Alter I'oole war allot, H**er (who waa not wounded *? aavetely aa to prevent bla tiavelllng) wen* to J-tmuy l,yng a aaloon at the onner of Canal a'raet nod I itroa<lway. wberw he remained eoncaaled dnrinx the o( the police. Tl?ooe, It ia alleged, he debited in company with CV??o?ilmaii Kerrigan, Daniel 1 mn, | one of the Kigbth ward [Millce, Harvey Voung, aad j tieotge liurna. He waa alterwarda aesn at ratty Vlortnoe a public hoaae ut Miuroinb a dam, where be j waa roncealad for tho It in aiippofdd tbat ou tb^ aecood mgbt he wrwi takea away n a cloae carriage and waa brought back to Mia city to the bouae of one Brady in Kli/alx-th atreet, w?i?re he rem?ine<l a few day a; that, , under tbe diagmai- of a nillknMB. lie eecapeil fratn theme to Jnaey City, whf'e he waa traced by Judj^ rtiuart, | but auccreded In aetting away in the nick of time The la at lact kuown in Baker'a bictory, ia hia takl.ig a pa* aace in the laabella Jewett and aetting aall for lb.- Cana ry "aUuda. Whetbe-he wUl be ul'lmately ctptunel l?y llioae who are now In fMiraail of him reniain? t . be aeea, The. i aueceaa can araroely be le*me<t probable. PATRICK IC'LACOOLIM. Patrick Mclaughlin, bile* I'audeeo, la of Irla-'i jarenU, but born, according to hia ewn ataleoieat, at O>hoe? Valla, above Albany. Me ie new '24 yeara of age. M? laughlln ia a atone c-itter by trade, Ihoegh he doe? not aecin to have pracliae I it mach. Ilia character la aibl to have been bad previoaa Ui bi? going to California, In 185*2, and alnce hi? retain It haa not improved. Many brutal aanaulta are laid to bva charge In hia examine Hon before the Coroner in relation to the charge preter ted against liim, Mnl.e'igb'.in atated: "I waa not In rttan wit Hail at the time ttie ahootlng waa going > n, I waa on tha eluewalk. ' ' JAMBS TVRNr.K. Jame ? Turner ia n iw aliout thirty yeara of age He ia the man who, it la aaiJ, ahot hlmeeir In the arui while takinjf aim at 1'oola He waa born in New Vork, and went to hew Orkaoe to learn the cooper '? trade. He aubeei|iienlly left that el*y lor Man Kraneiaoo, whera It la eald, be belonged to the A. 11 C. Cljb and became anmewhat notorloua M>me time after hia nHurii to .New Voit he had an aUraj wilh torn Hyer, ttiedetalia of which have already a|>(>eafwd before the poblls. Tur ner waa eo mdiapoeed !ruia tbe -tlecta u I hia wooed that (croner llilum did not tbiak it prudent U> take hi. ei airinatlon with theothera Mill mere waa never any neoaaalty lor the amputation of iila arm, aa Uaa b^u atated, lie ba? ainca a1 moat recovere-1. JOHN MOKKIHrtgr. Morriaaey waa born in Ireland, anl ia twenty four yeara of age. He came to thl* lountry, wheo an Infant with bla Ir end*, who eettled in Troy. He 1* ever ail feet In height, powerfully built, andai dark cumulation, eyca and hair. He waa once engaged in *leamboatlng on tha Hudaoa, and aubacjuently aa au emigrant ran ner He aleo went to Cahlorale, and eeema to have re turned from thenre with the charaster ol a flgbtiug man He haa bad aeveral ring flgbta, and haa been engaged in nuarrotti roei. Wl ea tbe Hlanwit llall tragedy oc rurre<l be kept a gambling and drinking houer la loo nard atreat, called the Italle of the I'aiou He waa not preaent when Pooie waa ahot. JiMKK IRTIH'l. Jamea Irving ui a butcher by trad*, and ia aakd to be doing a good buaineaa. Though not ? remarkable fight er hlmaelf, be aaeoelate* with men of tbatclaae, be-. a them up, and aeema ambitioua of being toaeldered one of their number Irving haa b?en an active olt ahell democrat. HYI.KH, L'kK *XI> VAX fBl.T. John Hyler, Corneliae Unn and Charle* Van l*elt are airo indieted aa prlnclpala for tbe murder of I'oole Hy ler ia a tall, thia, geatlamaaly lookiog maa, -if light - om plexion, l?etween ? aad Tft year* ol age. lie lived over Manwli Hall at the time the affair took pla< e lann ia a *hort, alen-ler youa-( man, twenty yeare of agw.^with dark hair and pale face Ha wm bora la Sew York I tea at ?7 CharlUm ?traiet aad ia a jeweller hr trade He ia the brother 'if Uaaial Una, the policeman wbo ia charged with aiding llaker ia hia eeoape. Van l-eit U a butoher by accupaUon la -il year, ot age, a>4 Uvedat , ?:( Kill ridge atreet. He waa not ia Ctaowu Hall when any of the abota were flrwd PnllllMtl lnUlll?in>? riax i* oomwrtciT, To day *11] tako pla?? lb * annual !*tata ?faKtioa >? Oianactleu' Bad tbara ?rr to tx cboaaa "Ul? r>ttio?r?, ?'?B imiarn, and twnibtn of tin |j|Mltlar> four tlrkata ?r? a tbn flaJd lor >11 *?? opt tbo Kaproooo'jatlraa to CuipHi, tb? wbija b??io* idi'pUd tlx aaminaa of Ibi Antrirti ptrtf oa th* l?n(rMiimi Mat Iba folhiwtqg ara lb* catMiV- (or tha tirtoi* RUU ?<lwi BaninaM by Hrli party ? />'?'? ii A ?Tva>'. OmmtiWi "aaaaai lagbaBi, Wiiliaa I Minor Lfiit. 0H"M? . . J<bii I Wait Wll tata ? ?!! JlnnlWE Kant Affftul, K l?. "f- r? hrntHfrr Talautt I rooby, A H I a 1*1 ? ? , Thoaaa* Uiaio* Al*i*ad* k rrfll. I? '? v /W Aw'. '/?^-n?-'r liaary Oattoa. tl*nry Ih.twa /.i u/ . a?r Aiat II Ibill; Wiilian I > 1 .V?r?<??iy <?U?ar II l'*rry, liamai l.? iio Tmum it Inotal \* Am* T'<> ??*? >t4 it OnfrW'a John Daaham, KoUia I. Hw i*r lb" t* mperao'e party fcara > ) aomtaa'ail ? tat bat win probably ??.<? for Mr llattne, tb* ??>< aa4 fro* > oil aoialaa* tb? fallowing ar* tb* ra?4M?:*? '<? OoafTVM ? [Mtf. i>. x 't'ti A*- " a* l*t..,,iJaaa*a T. I ra't l?ra > lar* if id rtaa <aal Arnold, M. Jaao 'Jd yj . jo*| w *biM. w-aof l?aaa ?tb ....ViDImb A Hi-'* WllliaaB W. Watab ?<i*. WII.I IA? Affl.BTOJI. Ttiia |?a'>a>aa *? f'*pr***a!AtlT* V. ' *a?raaa (r-an thr Mftb iwth' t <4 M?oaa> baaatu. baa laaliaad tb* boaar al a pablia <Siaa*r '*adarad btaa by a naaabar of laAuaatial cltiraea ? f "WM. mi row* iLatrvtON in mir ?. r. >'<mt Jaa<ia. Ha* * a Ml Iff.'. T'i rut tt-ift a ii* r*a hi* no I* J*ar rapart la tbi* ruorruaf a Hu? m. >a rafard In oar Waa ?i*?t-aa. I a?t taa ?ou ha'* a. ad* 'iBlaa a aa Bfixa) Hi Haaaatt baa ?a b? a aaatontjr ut am* k ?? a-i r*-l ?ad ?aaaataan aa<l o <i #????, a a rrfif. Ml Ma *aa ?p?.a Iba faa oa li^aat bat Iba Aaaamaaa bad B-.? lorfwttaa bia aaVi d ( far iba "arab aaitotar, Tha aaata Aaartru twaa1 *u ?taatad ?y m? jxritit rsa0sr Ir'.ai a<aaty la ?y? i>aa>)'?4 >al ibtf'y Hf ' laf tba aaiataaa. <aa n ater a fa*a> a? ;aa> taaay pateoaa tal fiMtt. T ? i (?ai?m Can. J?4p* I**. <4 tbo flaUXt Caari, yaatarda* aaa* a a *>wiataa pma " a ?f. j!.?ati'a fa* a at* trial la tfeta -aaa Taatral < t* ? a ?4 aa tb* |?al tbat tb* kftaaMaa af a a>tla*a< f tb* baa*?it!a( aa 1 alfntan *f aa alarraabi^ alU, by U* la^alroisaata a< oar aa?a. ibaaM ba iaitu * ftaa ba r a f * ( *a a ?aaa tb* ???*?? ?*t wrH* ??.! mji ?ir'af ka HHIbi Tb* fa^rt av!?Aa. ?'?? aa**? ?*a r?a ib?r ii't'BiWl !-aa? ?iaor a*.(aaa *? '/? i> .IK .1 AFFAIRS OF CUBA. lirrORTAAT NTELLJGEJCE FEU# MDWD. THE CONCK* VERSION Of TH? ClWAH PtOT. Tk* Ca*Uta-??acral** rrftaU OffatM tf Hpaafeh rr ?*??<<? ta nut <*Mr<?r. ?he Bapertero BKtniatry gVrf*"f m the Wind. treat NiBUry Priparaiins BUI&iac by Spain. Outrages up^n American Cotuuls at 8a gu& la Grande, Cub*. OIK ( OHIUIIRONVKIW i:. 4t?., ?r? 4m. THE NKWH KHOM'Hi'AlN. I?M Al'rft Or Til* CVMR OONfrUUCT? CONCHIA'H 00ft rMVNTUI. IIB-I'ATCIIEM ON III *TAYV Of Ml wuxe. lb* Madrid rorreapoaJaat of the 'Aoalon 7^?<a, *ede dilt o( Hirei H, write* ?? fellow* ? To <lay '? fi|?Ti rout. in nm.-poieleaoa fro e the lit taima, with netalU of :bv late rnuayirM r, ??bi;bap peiira t<> <???>? be*n itry well cembinad. 'f h? chiof ptel tar I* atatcil to bare ha-ee a (etalna, <*' th* niua <M PinUi The eihir waa to ham coma oil on I he 1 1th, aad tan. lia wi.t to b?t? h?ei? rhot, at lb ? tta 'air*, Iretn a XI* < - 1> | oaita* ta Ilia own the ??? ri< t tan to hare b?rn pat nat,^B-l the ?hoit of " I nilapeada Qoa' raiaed Tha con*|dracy bad d ramttlratlon*, and r?eh <awl on t!ie ru operation of lb* flllb ata? < fro a tte Catted Mat**. Thrra waa a oaaotral elo'i w-t h brati?hew In the prnaibce* The r?lala ted aim idaia ?? o' araw and ammunition, inrluillnf artillery "in> not 'e*p>b4aal ? a? a tliat tba plot had lieen golaw oo for dead n mn'itba II tin* be true the aai rat vaa won-lerftilly wall i tent I'mta waa tba founder aad dlrartor >f tba I t ra a m I) uit, ? tiara tba -eaiaplratora mat undar pretext of p sjna% rat rarda an ) bilnardn. and there a i|ur.n'lty of paper* ws ra neired, written in cipiitr, tha uey to wbk.h liaa Wan dk woreted. by railway ? number ef nagroaa ware to batata <a to tha llaraaaa, and th*|aanie in* a la ?. f converaar* ' waa to aerre lor tha plrata. expected to land Y ra w .11, how errr, bar* r?~"t?ad datalla of Mw itflalr bf a a 'mi tar route tian tha! of Madrid Tha dupoaltion f tta ? troop* waieuellrnt It waa thought Ghat the dll'. n*t? **, ua awarr of tba fatlura of tbalr coofa~taratee, w trt l ? tuoft a land i Oa? actount atatee thair niirnh >r> a t J i?w or U.IKMi I hair Hecomttture la rouafcWad certain The ttrat intimation that ? oniathlng no Banal waa lath Ipeted waf runwjivl ta tha inlial.iUot* t. r Ilia arr.eel al tha Haiaunn of two Knj(li*b man of war, tba Minl-unoe Di?nt that othara war# com I of, tli* depart jreiif an >? |>anllh rea**l?, i.nd tba movement of troop* Am iafel. tha peraoo* arretted wara Kebaaorrta, or ( ha ama, <H rector of tba railway, a phyairtaa aamal Tr jilM ?, aad. oua l a lulae t.rnrral Man>ao<> a*e?ad la ? mm ita< who It la jaald. waa alto lo baa* Lwaa aa>aaalnr.??4 . had laft (or tha InU-nor uf Iba laland alrtnaara bad V#a?a aaat to ririoti polnta ol tba roaat an I all tha troipa warw iciuly t" mareh at twa hnura' notlra wltb three <laye' prorialoM. Iba Kovammetit baa reretaad roaA<laatlal rom aaaloa ticioa fnam Wanaral I. oar ha wltb reaper! to tne auu of tha Ulaad of Cuba, wblrli ia er.d'utly aueb a a t ia?paa? Ilia Captain (?auaral wltb MiaritnUa uaeaaioeaa al tl oukIi be < on'ldantly truata to aunnoaat all diffiwItiM. eapaclaUy It tha Miaiatera and the I ortoa attaa Ha hia ? UKCitiona wllb ranpart to tba line of ti'loutal f y aw bo obaeraid IU oooaldera tLa lalatrre portttaa uf??am and Cuba to ba vary aiiallar to tka' ml a-ltk oa<!a In IKST and wiahaa tha aiaaaple nl Ka|lari'Uta be follo^eal, and toiceiaion* to ba neata ta tbej <-<aiiiay Tuba id bla "pinion, ahoald aaod 4eput aa to the ilerbaa. t'aia alio u hi he taken lal to aleroi tba aUraawvwi kf talk of ? Diaoclpetloo Haicb a ina<aeura would u? xa'i?j throw tba lala-vl uto the um< of the I ait ed t*tet?e To daelara tt-a ?lara lr?<te i.irary would abas ba a ewat danxrrona atap. bat l*aiiaial I ami ha ia aaiaf hia rery at nmat aiartkifi-, and will coating* to do m. tup ereel tbe 'radio The l-lan l la etlihutly not to b? coraraad ? ? It haa batn hithertat. aad a larruw of * uuO nan will l.a fnui,d oil iiae l. fli ' lent to pr?aar>e It to fpaaa, If tha Inliabltanta b? not ronclUa^ad by liberal ?agiAlataea. I lira haa (rretly rhaofaal will. lb tbe laat lee raara and l hare tag ba liltla Coubt that laaaerel Oacha ' ?(??? to not* a wide il.fli r*m a U 'ha atate ef tha peblt* biM now and >)tirln? hia fnrinar taaidewre tbareaaCaptalaiae tx ral Tha lata ruoapifaey waa a mry eitaaa.ra, and Aaa aatl f?rtl<>o la wi>!a apr?a4l In a poetarript to Ibe al>ore. da tad at half j tat la* ow the oftarnoon ?( the 1th, tba aaate writer *ay* ? In lo day a < orlaa tb* diac iaaloa w> tha t?*e f>i-fi-? Inr of ratora t alar a and laaala waa rontiaaed It waa atlipaiblad. n ordar lai anabla i.anar >| Harrarao to adJraM a <|u?>tM>n to |''**rMii?nt noeooralaf the aeaapiracy a Cuba >*na?r l u/urtafa aaid that the ("a'pnaiant bad tba aaauranaa that trao'iullllty waa eatlraly r**V>raa4 la that lalami. an<l waa ra*<>lTe<l to do ite utnoat ta pn> ??nt It* bainf a(.vn troohlad Ha added tha. tb* traatia* wltb re*pa<t to tha alare trada ika?I| ^ ? trletly ohaarrao for tha (o**rameo? wall knaw that tba (raataat part of ttae dlfflaulty relat n< to Cuba ?ri ?? froui that aebiart. Sennr Olrwiafa propoeed a rata A aalWMtM wltb lha aiplanaltoaa of tba c l awwl . ' an<l the (In. mber umnlrnoualy arrea>l to It Ti e die' rnaamn of ttae trfo lor a ? o(!ia.< Iiaelar wa rat taaad f Heoo r Uintlail opp<.aa.| It, and i' waa ra;e< ed l?y Uk rotaa afalnit 101 Tl?a O anUr than r> aa Tbe Ma^rbl rorreapeadanra of tba l'?r ? CdMfil 'w?.?a4r? fire* aa aiactly dmilar reralon of tbe teaor of . ea*w*r ; toncba'* ronMantlal >ieapau-hr? t < the Hpamrb |oa*ra | m?ot, and ad.t* the followlnc in rafarewe U> tbe :?|.?aa*t4 loan ? ^??rerel I reach and Kafllah Itaaee* bare male p Kye 4 ?aba for lha fpaniah loan onaof theai i ra(llahi i?ai a flea hundred oiilll<io? of real* ia the >pac* o* two 1TT*"- r aad a half, to be relmburaad in Haa> year* wi'b In'eraet %J ?wvao per oaat frn tha Mtb tha Ktatalab Hlaiatar uf tb nanee reoeirad |.r??p?.aa:a frewi lantte aad frr.ia aaaUea ? Freacb b?q ?? Nothing had bean derided ea the e?J ject up te that data la ttae council of mtniatere <?u.m?r rairiiiTNM nm tiu devi .ca av> VCBA. A telegraphic lea pat/ b from Madrid, la Iba >?-? ??*., <,4 /A Anli, fir** under >tat* of March the fo 'awiaf firdcr* hare liaanflraa for lha Imaadiale anabarW wm at > adlr of a battalion of Infantry for Caba. H / '.te id of May ft Wi man aiao leetlnari let Cbba. a.a to b* a a a* ia M?<1 ta tha rart/ u* Hpaaitb porV Tba a/at; a* thai ?liat I* to b? rama d In XB.tmn m*a A rauew I af MiriiaUra waa liald laat n if lit on iba ?ub,a<taf fa .^n aflalr*. bat nothlaf haa baao aufleied U. 'tupira Tba I'Hr,' aa * a *? bane latter* from Havana w', <b (tab* ll ,t lha auth'T.t.aa thare bare adoyta.) ritrv/r<!'aa/; ar ?. of praaaaUoa efainat tha >ffrea*'oe of taa / lfa<w which inn* Irnrn.nant The antlre ,4?ad a* , i^aa ?Uf'd la a I'ala of eaawe, tbe bloc* a-'.e ?.f ll* ae .ate he iba abtpa of tha Hpan.ab marlw lie* hero pr**a alfataa* tba aoklllratwm of the aaral ra.mpai.aa % u ewaa' deer-ad, aad an *pp**i ?a4? U> th* rpa i,ar>le w tie I we he*t> rpherea, to larite tb-" to 'wurymim t hM aana ia voluriUar batta. oa* ablrh aiete be forwaad a . Ilaiaaa, aa wall aa a the latartaar if tb* lalaa J f k.a ? aj ;?aJ haa been tort ally reaponale-l to, aad the kuree** a ,j iaa'np tx n '.a ra. hardly baea abie t? aatar dean Ua> i ?a*M faal a?oofb The f raa'ar (aorbon ef Ilia refalar traofa* eil be il.rec'a-! t^e Ilia p..ia'? manaae* Vaa |<^ rateetaeea h? rif left tb* rbar?* of de'a*e!ief U.'e aad pro pafy .? flaraaa ?SPBafL COKCIt* fWIOti (Jl TKI o MlinitcT. Tha prt rale taief rapb ( i(rao b? >i , e*? mi a < a lea la the Fart* jeeraala, aadhr tha *aaa kaU iw arcb ?) 11 fell"wiof eatheaUc 'i* of Um **a?plr*e jr laid ?afm Ibafjoiaac I >4 Mlaaaler* at Madrid by M fc a! .k* _ far a leaf ttae paat t.en*r*i < waaha bad a prwwti merit td tha ra>naplracy, from U*a aaaaaa a* n< iv man who had taaaa U pat (CbrUae-U aad tha a*actlew pbst of Haraara Tbe acltce at leafth aaae?a4#d e aa ratalViSf the threa'l of It, aad it appaa'a fro? tbe 4e rlaia'.K.a taade aad the papam eaarad Ite' ite plan ef the ra?awlre' y bad ?ii-ted !waa before Uea arnral ef (J antl ? aoete ia the :alaa>t thai the "iia^rit*. bail noaaedarabte ra*iar?aa that a fwae-al waa aea tair. plated la ? u>a, aiv! thai Ih* whole ?ae i?eMwl vltb an e*yedWea *hkh aa* Wi laara U?i f a.ka? niaiaa iidtr li? nrwa of laeneral </ taaaa a wa.j by llealaeaoa ate Kmaey TVa at padina??i Wi at lie die uoea. fear^.arf* *t?*mera ? tiae I aaaip. r a a ? a wae t n mal frr m '.a'?aat< n T*>ae fwlth 'Vl art teal ,\ tta* ?trr aad the Ftoaiethew* Which w?re to Mtattaiaaat with e^ual feraae aad Mae umaiadwr, te tta. naabar X.flOO wan aer* ea?a hew y*rk la lie Haaaa>ea aatt* 1 Ira lar' raa^l baa baaa la* a by -.1^ Aoaert | cea antharttle*. la crtae of a leea-r, ' la 'bat aMeet made by the hpaaatb < aa*al Tha ca/e*p letn'i defervw* ih* eaeatUaa of ttett piaa, la c ?4*r u watt the teeae <* ifp. MU i maaaWa Oa the dacia MB ef th* ftaarta >?' that m.aa ?a lha ef padtUwa ana te depay Imaaa'. a'aty ' r ' a Sa la eC.aa to enppwrt H *# Baed b*l?a ear* ocf aBltad thc/afbeat lha I aland wllh r-'*ft wl tkfft thaty wer* 1it|t tl ia t >h a me a aer thai la * f w 'una af tea w three 4*r? th-ee baade a??id Mad '***k pa. tat* ifraaat a?>a The tear 'IB *ht?>'?ra had IwoaWt la tail a llaj fte i| ..aae* of tha preaa ae ' rf ear a.aaeuM ta It* I bm Mat*, by yraaet a'?af tha t%mrm that Uey war* abete te areeead 'a (?>??.* RWa Tbe -ae*p?re?7 haa a? kaea dieaneeaad, the 'aataaa l.taeta. '*e laatrate ; ?u the f'amaa ef tha telaad i< fla rate *' * at I aa Tea** nftor I* at af i dei * ra rarrtaaaa w tea waa* ef "aa' .afe U f'.be and raacte f-riartipa !**.r kf *fce tra/epe ef the 'awaetaoa u o-^ar m ir i n a e *<?* wer* pUcte la tha k.a'a ef a 'aa *eeif iff t.a .- aa ?atfraata, who bat we ? b] Ua Vn,aa */ I?f aa o*tap?"y th* ? .'*a

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