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AMERICAN LINE. Weekly better makip PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL,

Weekly mail steamship

service between

Every Thursday from Philadelphia, and Wednesday from Liverpool. The only Trans-Atlantic Line sailing under the AMERICAN FLAG.

The only steamships carrying Life Rafts. The following steamships are / *LORD CLIVE, Oct. 26. PENNSYLVANIA, Nos. 9. INDIANA, Nov. 23. appointed to sail from Pnilada, 10H10, Nov. 2.

*CITY OF NEW YORK, Nov. 16. ILLINOIS, Nov. 30. Rates of Passage in Currency: Saloon, $75 to $100. Round trip tickets on very favorable terms. Intermediate passage, $40. Steerage, $28. A Steamers marked with a STAR do not carry intermediate. Ten For other information, apply to

PETER WRIGHT & SONS, Gen'l Agts., 307 Walnut St., Phila,

RED STAR LINE. Carrying the BELGIAN and UNITED STATES MAILS. THE FOLLOWING STEAMERS ARE APPOINTED TO SAIL

TO ANTWERP.
From Philadelphia. From New York.
VADERLAND,.......Nov. 11. SWITZERLAND,...Nov. 23.

NEDERLAND, .........Dec. 6. LENILWORTH,.....Dec. 16.
Rates of Passage in Currency: First Cabin, $90.00; Second Cabin, $60.00. Steerage, $26.00.

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ESTABLISHED 1840. Abyssinia, China,

Marathon, Samar Aleppo, Cuba

Mo. 000, Biberta Hecla,

Olgapus, Bootta Algeris, Jan,

Palmyra, Bidon, Batavia, Kedar,

Parthia, Tarta Calabria, Malta From Now York, ovory Wednesday and Saturday.

Bunda, TripoÚ. From Boston, every Tuosday. THBZB SAILINGS EVERY WEEK. BOTHNIA & SOYTHIA BUILDING,

CUNARD LINE.

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RATES OF PASSAGE. FROM LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK OR BOSTON. By Steamors not oarrying Stoon , -First-olaus, £26; Second-olass, £18. By Steamers carrying Stoorage --First-olaus, 18, 11, and 21 gainons, nooording to accommodation.

FROM NEW YORK OR BOSTON TO LIVERPOOL First-class, $80, $100, and $180, gold, sooording to acoommodation. Return Tiokets on favorablo tormi. Tiokota to Park $15, gold, additional. Stoorago, at vory low rates.

Steerage Tickets from Liverpool and Queenstown, and all parts of Europe, at very low rates.

Through Bills of Lading given for Belfast, Glasgow, Havre, Antwerp, and other ports on the Continent, and for Mediterranean ports. For Freight and Passage, apply at the Company's Office, 4 Bowling Green.

CHAS. G. FRANCKLYN, Agent. Or to JAMES HOGAN, 339 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Established

In 1864.

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ANTI-Catholic PREJUDICE. By Right Rev. James O'Connor, D.D.,. ,

Nature and effects of prejudice, 5; Anti-Catholic prejudice, 6; Its unreasonableness,
7-11: Its credulity, 12; Excesses to which it has led, 13; Its dangers, 15; Remedies
for removing prejudice, 15; General Grant's speech at Des Moines, 17; Catholic
parades, 19; The necessity of prudence, 21.

TAE PHILOSOPHY OF THE SUPERNATURAL. By 0. A. Brownson, LL.D., 22

The nature and value of true philosophy, 22; The philosophy of the supernatural,
23; Disbelief in the supernatural, and its cause, 24; How it may be removed, 25; The
reality of the supernatural, its relation to the natural, 27; The principle of rational
science, 29; The principle of theology, or supernatural philosophy, 30; Its relation.
30; The incarnation in its relation to supernatural philosophy, 30; The unity of
the natural and supernatural, 31.

THE CLASSICAL EDUCATION OF TIE DAY. By Right Rev. T. A. Becker,

D.D., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 The object of the article, 33; The importance of classical studies, 34; Deficiencies of American graduates, 34; The causes for these deficiencies, 35; Incompetent teachers, 40; "Cheap and easy" roads to learning, 41, 42; Boat races and other college sports, 45; American professors, 48; Their ignorance and incompetence, 49; Patent defects in American Colleges, the remedy, 48-50.

THE JESUITS. By Very Rev. James A. Corcoran, D.D., . . . . . . 61

The prayer of St. Ignatius, 51; John Quincy Adams and the Inquisition (pote), 52;
Persecution of the Jesuits, 52, 53; The spiritual exercises, 54; Evangelical counsels,
57: The Reformation-the "Emancipation of the flesh," 59-62: The Jesuit vow of
obedience, 62; The Jesuit and his superior, 63: The true nature and value of obe-
dience, 63-65; Ecclesiastical dignities (note), 65: Reasonableness of obedience, 66:
Limits of the Jesuit's vow, 68; Crimes not sanctioned, 69; Ranke's statement, 70:
Its disingenuousness, 70; The meaning of the phrase, “ Obligare ad mortale, 71;
The consolation of the Jesuits, 73.

THE BUGBEAR OF VATICANISM. By Rev. Edward McGlynn, D.D., . . 73

Old bugbears losing their power, 73; Catholic doctrines defended by Protestants, 74;
Mr. Gladstone's accusations, 74; Their character, 75; The human element in the
Church, 77: The Church and the world, 78-80; The cry of "Divided allegiance," 83;
The Pagan Cæsars, 84; The mediæval empire, 85; The modern German empire, 86;
The so-called "Equality of men," as connected with our rights and our duties, 87:
The "Subjective conscience and the objective law," 89; The discussion of the ques-
tions involved, 91: The nature of the Church and its teaching authority, 93; Peter's
office, 94; The deposit of faith, 96; The Pope the custodian of the moral order, 97;
Io what manner he defines the law, 98: The Pope and the deposition of sovereigns,
98; The advantages of American liberty, 99; Testimony of Pope Gregory XVI, 99.

THE DIVINITY OF CHRIST. By Right Rev. P. N. Lynch, D.D.,. . . . 100

Vital importance of the subject, 101; Christ the soul of Christianity, 101; The early
attacks on his divinity, 102; The attacks in the eighteenth century, 102; The mod-
ern method, 103; Protestant inability to meet these attacks, 104 ; Science and relig-
ion, 106; The position of Catholics, 106; The relation of the Church to Sacred Serip-
ture, and how the true interpretation of texts of Scripture can be determined, 107 :
Statements of the adversaries of Christianity, 111: Doctrine of the Jewish Rabbis.
112; What Christ says of Himself, 113-117; The character of His statements, 117;
Ap objection answered, 117; "The Son of God:" explanation of this expression, 118;
The oriental mind vs. the western mind, 119; Nature of Sonship. 121; Reasons for
Christ's words, 125; The Patripassians, 125; Further testimony, 125.

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