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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 July 1870

bb is be w, llý PROulESSO BET OF: TEE/.N ! TA SLED TIDINiGS "OF GOOD. THINGS I __ .-- - -z.o EARNS, 'SUIDAY N' "O itJLY 17, ý1870 -;T' S" ea JULY 1 17.dmla - Of beta of We hem' e·s ci, TIhe .I s a•en.'esld b O&fe the stream Thae wla L wlosg old lt* sotew, . e* eIbs been used nes a lummon fe. chang1 8; and, otr U& the. s ý wsaa ,". s bresiethe with h t sflors; n ll his eyloves setting oht wanted asp gers sreting on herof night - o, he ontinued, m lowly, and trrai n oarashghea.rt by the rertinges breati e-live have been daelml-idg, orr am ; Ain re-ae-li-ty in t hhe hell- wshoreld Wt were for e-es therat speak no more. wThw were Plon osotreg ; and ambition, wild d I mst re-rto steurn-d in theaven ble o·olty own few-el, and bte a of the hild f -t sht the regr eye gradually closed Thfo eye. t the ntheb of the nisaper, it light beeame extinets l nd domestic love, dadjoys5arltngba faith end troth, eA ngdonrlobig remsained, fitr above ed on her, whom its extintion let an utter ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 July 1870

tes-al have aim e byoiol fwuth at w  wme.m he ('¶rbu e ast ofwnet • wmd on:the,_ ant ov out .i nt- I • ýsdie o e . d ih a£te PtIWr. NBion. to M• Pilkuwho veory hor"i .... -- l O athe way o ll h, ofdhime I wr g him, t moisble an --. -asm. i o a.. I often inele to the opln Sthe e~io of tei Texoart in the emt of theq~rune of androSn ,b-.the mother eprnmen wor - .. . i t-ken poseeon 6a' by the * - ry (of Goliar) wa l one of the ea ,se-s-t slsw, rib dop to pAlabut la ittle  u .._(dad *enion*od hm much uueal i sno etae,  etate ww o a s h ouhss ane. S otens Irivo to n .. the actoon o # h T1das ounta S at ofn$ theqare of me gron - bu hm with allnthe so a sandtaken posessioe robye they .... w b r..j a on e of- t. e s s coon thad Iborulft h ad foeurt re auay d imy th. dn nm ers ors.ldmasl tihe - him ae to thes ohi mu ap ses i oh f the city' pop- te l ed thle e wih all the isremet wh ve i eatoe case lay hoi ~t~ upreme Court.u It lwas then *U~m~ a~· wall the ekfwll ismeate aod}edh a...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 July 1870

len me for the purpoear on a hill' .or " Mounh of lng ito the e ever lncea J - ~- 0 t e ther e - r d to ean 8ivt tu e lpoor S m of JA .Thepi-Dr. Sonaofeiosado ePtib liA "edecrees of as wie re ator. o4' war t That the Creater, d h the of extraing Sohs; .ib hm d a ust necessarly have S omewha ponding e, 1 ~atr the thrown ~Hyrt_ itd pein . inron of sut two i.ds d l th left osub _ rero has its origin before the a "gh d_ din these pleft1handedn an Snitole.C tully does in the ease o* '1 ae. transosi on'Mof ot se itzerlna S·dWiit hab#am, d thssa the apoportion  ~o r-anded n on is oodeias ent into the rileht hab iem in ' _'s o. i eo , ofm thee Iotdble thaoi dam t it a enot oitibo~ril~th winr. ad~iet omre puosod. ·1.a jt6l oi thatloj.. of p erlan ofd discovem triumpth e td e ove lpoble andh ZiP.a~ Ses.-YAc Ood.i,,tof, Eeny inh hea te o o birdon ey iabot raMl as _ t she he t honsidrblere oi liewimd d1 wien halan , y ev. t. dowlnp ehsedla from be thhe ioto ,en andble dows n the forea...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 July 1870

o .to..e, abs; to to nit Ja ha iprinesribediroreder in af m infistry while labor in eclesiatlesleasures. I submitl to carbansand laws of the Chreb, and - it-Uthith t y, of which you are the de poitoryn .this diocese. My gratest`--I sireb tob delee the bad example which I have gives, ad to removOe unhappy ewasegseqewbiwh they rmght have mase. Ihe, with the grace of God, my good ex ampD~ ee, d latdr, when," oa may judge labors and ems , will eon t back t those -who, through d sty from theod. And as an evidtile of the sincerity of ny isetiments, I dea*s that this ltster may be made pub. Ii, ond that thee retractions may. rejoies ll those to wham my unhappy estrange. meat had eaused sorrow, ' C. P. MAuerna, Priest. New Orleans, July 12, 1870. ST. Vmosar's COLLnnE, CArs Grain onau.-We have been honoued with a visit from the Rev. T. M. O'Donoghue, C-M., the wwrthy Vice-President of St. Vincent's Oellege, Cape Girardeau, Mo., of which pdpilaredauational establiAhmenthe omes 4a sgst as as ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 July 1870

but be Sfo no retort at .prP ty eon _ iith, e constrao-. Tilton's counter Southern Presbyterlans of riha~ethen on the slavery -excepted to as not com {t ruy, -but.we all know s ,tsnds -entertained byi the '`" u of the bret en/at the '  •  , -', 0 irw iqiihob - in ofnthlastlae im- p s p:.- ° lea sboildbe under n ELi ftiW·w~ifWl t'?r, sa tpublio opinion; if .it ýaim':ii"Ls tl most rightful cruelties I Te betof men make these errors, which iatl shw that the Pope may make them too. Therefore Presbyterian infillbility ameunts to the liberty of making very groes errors in .the construction of the Bible. And because Individuals make them the Church is no better of. It cannot a teach men all troth. It cannot tell them I podltively whether holding slaves is, or is t not heathenism sad terribly slnfhl It ean- I not quiet the mind of men unsettled by the a gra he rg, that they have perve'ted the "oe arloe of grace."- Neither n .morals -nsetO i'ith is there any authority which ern et'"..e ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 July 1870

Mas i and for $it .b a na re '1 oneipftha gestlemten, Ir OUtralr n Aot fas in connection witth this natter, wih i f with em o humiliation, is that n w at tnu hio ountenance Sth mli to eish t Ue that the e-on l we refer to i haeetoE. _p'eum lwant t of even Odtarinugh t the onct the ue.le" s c.In Fe 1oagolwth iistt which w! Laetlorith maye humliatfor ioself that s rlohah aseed apply, ad untaro oiii h f * p tr it to Irish S tle oFtn withite ws ealfeoIt t bmai-ppoir 0 eft Jn'whih it lyuedp r m r opebts of tr Iay. tha camri tell the o Irish. neesd adppl, landntro .Mgon thitvolvod utl e.a " a. 'wOne asth he wappoinre alto which We too k lrio-post, ver +fis bead s of co nt Irihmesn, was peraec lý jostsed'pshper. Th Tory membear s f h involved w ho he re om o sare dl bii ante toe sape o journal to whicah was owee ago written otdnstthe fvia ismn, andbeing thea _ ,..e tee i Ignore the 4rau of Idrlams ii 'l ni eUada nasbsenmiee it harac ths biaoo of1 turdanbiLb nswd haad oolishly . bmr e...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 July 1870

0[l 1""ive r ý : 8m ne. ,. l; ,, . n. ,-,; mt. w er tthe an ;AW ablza i for eanTo y d tter them no,1, ob book U· lroooby.. 5oC o r laer -hsgong f mnd ; ther stotingose ' neee a a baute /,:,, .- poop bM '_ oan tth benumweak ths ·espomm prillned orh mriy dear young aisdy O y mat e mive sathe. , waiting ea r you to pita Sefriendsa hip to be fou nd o th ayre awayseadytd help each, "Scn, do your ther teftske paper?" aknl the bbOt hoto Kr.r b andr `' o0 tde. atoop' 'o s bytnde "e on - wo that ti boyiwt, yonn't saordy to! * ed raoouadst a to bea Che -s an a toA7ng wrier who wihed mom will give me the i moat ahsing the headache for a parpo an or riminal taobhoe fremoan and m ghoe ha p-* hisbheirt, and f ~ il obedlean Eves douubtsas totae Heis I main bii, nningatbbe od hs e yrve paver t.. aoierhmind,em heael3 ito-morrow..- Trenn "an- ch.aaic lIICttl boy, "I won't cry to- ness iered cook expeted aompany, and inds art to endert~ai: her Mrends s pck isid Chloe you can meake conce "L "ag, ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 July 1870

r t m fe seir oert of f giI k..t au ont sol would be t . , d·.eo h tem At ft desirous to Conne e and thpro is thet desire the very eon S , ts rl adhereint a nd It :We b d eliberatons of the mo ,Yhey ect to think a upon a PA i  eU the dogmaosa its rnerawble advo- a ..oi o t hik t enutl, dserel, not in a spirit ti S from i fiale andmalreject the prous- fn . n;+414it me be solemnly defnied and 17 . nam t~bv the :oo, 'nd Coue4. ra S" A Uon s they sad that there vere Catho - y io..p e. emho'oppose d the dCouncilgma, thoeir ]"£ • at onCe iuggested the hope that th ci S . then mightn are undoubtedinlyto psin- of .-rebellion. Huiente all the arts thndey S le pratleead to envent om the debakte, to pt puWblih opinion, o excite ear oabuse a jmtioniad n pprigue asion, and flatter the i the iogma and epirit veneraby the illusiveo So eretly desire, not i ng new church ospid t --ro hulgatedh is fonded othe Rocuncil. ' ,W, l i more perspicaity than was pos- c - i" e . by.lthe few opp...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 July 1870

- --.,3- r- , J LY..,,870 o . d w m - I.i -, .r ,, • - . ., .. ,h m ... . ' :.. ýy PA ý rt °15V~i11+9'1 :ý . r.! r, ., : ··-,\r'~4 S -, i. .. nm r a h. P1I1LS HUN bTER, T * Penal Times. m'a.ý .Ii ,.AON, e.._ am aInd slencek hod proceed watca hin silence, when a pees "wathed 'and traoked their ttge entreated the priest visit his dyingwife, thst, he yas to dseertain as soon as .attes bhad proceeded at the he cosd not brl himself to s rnest.- Accord~ngly be en ebmee na osl Rhasnging the " g ned o him a 1 hbe would remain I 'tesmpn to return t, the a die l hN o7di in wha she e dtedl , as Frank leant himself .aege .eon the eminence, and c oca on the water, the nearer por- I was softened by the clouded c s leadeh tint, whiffe in the . were `still of an. inky hue, lad: the waters fSowed in e a urmsr-ofktrthosen of a i : :there was altogether a stillness in the as- 14 Ilashclpem little in unison b a led nd wmrthfl eelings, h his lon uneasily as he f " Yes, by heaven it p on m I should ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 July 1870

, - - " d Pies IX es ma4e .sk at us of his itsd whit tht the pr t  te ther, h u r co aad whilst h  ion d and by that the prtent ao enb lemenot en nenmemies of God aiion, .to introduce elig emaneipsion. It i o*cst, ferevofr of the q uito the ut pain h lng, In aFf 4 audsiew twis, ai t. ` e`obtaaed their end. omilbfeston came religioans ir warhose n ome was pee a has beens known- atlre ;m.w-Ves ons, eai re and hfor e e r Church and its wo rkto these evs diorse and our ountr, repeating the of ther nations, advaaed their e4is*.sad even theough, as on "mo n, ,r.i, was opeld that s hsni&-t submit tofaith, aid that · eri; should otl be guoded by the i hand ' r and ass n-atural conmseen'e, a" i ~ srid other errors ame uropagated; l bip'ufoiunately a lbllwo ng and fol T'. 'Tey ase embraced by 1lthose wiho oeio dau~ r led by the beauties imewo or lde  l those who, that they ha t do themselves to it, lire tran -t of ertain names; toise whwko work, and discourseom ,.asiording to the...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 July 1870

ii li ma i taa wLy th6e Poi u e s s sa d or8 o f t grPs. *oit of S.g eid bas er meaws i ef -t), wiGovernment, w sli"oeta e  cannot th rd t l divergence t lhave f- the German heo oatghe. bte ' . in report wmhlwilox it imreside th4 oe e every Romen eaast- - el as, esie e Co nt , the the de.s ase exprly frm Civita a in order to be present, and paid to the Holy-. ather after ral,.bta thBengal bto at 8st. e were givesi up, and a opUblis con- m see instead in the mo-a me Preach ofeers- i garrison at lh iavea. splendid ba°n and til Sisay wh cibaa been fo' te e States. the r istoty t ei b place on Monday, ed the day A be held is not yet ixed. At ihe G Týlaof hc Igatlaus, the fast of San Lulgi ha - was celebrated on Taeday with n lt devotion and splendor, and the churoe T waslterally erowded at ret and second 1Ve ,and at the coux es Masses at the th tiui of the s. an of the Roman nh ,y-ath. The odo saswat at the w3 w nd pbli Corepus Christi last in `u he hasgoe this mornming to the ti ^...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 July 1870

athae does h ,i k up /y. .7;n °:l ems t /b.  !,it abstruse etin on neot." T" . attempt at vi this sentenee does not sad impiey wisih mates - ut -agitate the world. its pa.iisity. When the aae tied, it says, liberal mrah straight for Bone, and ia lers, without the French, aer hit a mildopposition to the i. .l et cohorts of Garibaidi." How I ts eause of. the Rded Bepabli +aea.. Rar ettle that the God of ° ~ hmt ays oth i re s sroee than French t eldasid twlatd ups however, without :. ~ gj a Dy o Doubtlel Pope and Cardi oit ea, "put their trust in the Lord, Sn sl eaf.s theydoiwell, but at the same iae,.' th; words et ope of our BReoil anIbnr heroes, they 'would do better to ,ep their powder dry.o We were not awse.th Oliver Cromwell was one of our ": volutiomsry Beroes," but though the ;advioe from that prince of hypocrites to his - y. of brutal fatntics was in keeping ith their faith, when addressed by a 14Ulg and an infida to the icegerent on earth and to the venerable pas of...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 July 1870

s theis M I - ]a m,,M.. . -! hiUs s m nesos o a4~o3 *pieuain Er , i -u I, .ragn K Z I at I mik r a- is we to Zed a srdempa.a..bd Sb r SAWl ltm b and ýi Seaonts boaorad 0 E.eak ges Q*,ebmb a i.,- ,,u,,n.,s rth o tl iamorv "Leton is nw l _ fewtnm bant I bi and ý, STo al out.ae t tr ieaszi ToA hde bl g Wh se e qas.mel.of d n othe su e d ý? Gwpaianf hsht sh to thIa 1 > 1ghs bblg.m at iltlh esa. biast eaMnas the Pn - 4q.-~ - e .r. pr te- baasab:emasMoPr ea Si ," atthis tbme doo,so P I- wal eine streetie in ;t h0ll PaelamntsIhnd Mthee-breeation t fWesi Lc h L oit the prooaed tn oh i~S eaof -ti Aoitlo themm ad th4 s tlbog. a a thea aL aO thdue s wiaedul re th: a oke ti-1e to onyr oelves as - e~W. tae usalt of oneatr asin ordatn to woudta like inýmyof raN tis aaavoth o ti rr. e sto n oarely es n dam "I ert, lan ema ea ao the ioadfe1atbras - tuar b "n oo "th"myl Se-st and the sablebI tao w 5isr.5iak s fA tIedar. a ..t. O * ,-tLs.r. pogenl a:b ea tbapbles asa- Go haS akwe w toea o ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 July 1870

mew , 1,* is third e was promoted in ite Dn as a reward of w sht ode and ability, com- as d dm.est, eceasing, unremittong in ' bhe bore away all the m pis . us offered for laudable h, omp ,i having completely oi ei ' students who were'two U of him as to time on the es- jI SAfter twel months, having re- a , ab-deasonship, he was appointed ni r dean at the college, which he Al- i two yoears, when, after passing J lrrteisbr the ordeal of u competitive examiPa tiloh Loagbhea, before the late Most Rev. S)Dz.Qoea, and being most ueoessful in a eon ', u between himself and the late Rev.Hugh t P. P., Carrabane he was collated to parishes of Ballymacward' nd Gur- L Sthe deah of Dr. Coen, chosen by the almost unanimons vote of the clergy and on the strong recommendation of the metro politan, his raoee the Most Rev. Dr. MacHale, add-the suffragans of the province, he was ad vaneed by the Holy See to the bishopric of t Clonfert, which he uniformly administered with warm real, great prudence a...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 July 1870

the nwes a r t sealing ' o;WinolQen opin ` oigilant that he reidienoe.. ; they teach own station and to eelipse like a mother Because it's a hiding PWhi will the Presidential 9mbqo When therels a feoe " our end of the table, oegot.the next thing b.1tiii r- " i"A bad cold." blth purslt for strong at you do not over S. into a deep decline. itreeA, When complain Uadeggs, rid, "At this oene not well, and InOhio recenty opened a a-usent-rj -forit. slothii g store belonged to an le that you are always mname" said a man named r said Qullp, " it's a doosed to rem ember." here, Pete," said a knowing "don't stand der on de railroad." '6e' "Kahe if de cars see dat yora dey tink it asn de depot, a fs In." "',st s a ie strain," said one old gent , alluding to the tones of a singer : cet the other evening. "Yea," was ,"bntlf he strains much more x iwis 't," sid a gentleman to Sherl l'hat your name has not an 0 attached :it Your family is Irish, and no doubt us." '"No family had a better to thel...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 July 1870

Sof a se mybd ý wgiven. ling !ea o t the a in Paris by theL l a~naw temptedthem to compare it pfthe i rlean In that deplorm b pd mp rat t dis tly sta mense, that if the defini i esases mo, "abundant matter will oý enemiesof religion toattsack San the Council, -which, - of so one thitik of doing now f-"and the " in the eyes of Christian people wo s witht torty, as apt having been Strue ouncil or a free one." And this perfl dices insinuaston, which is only the literal re '' . .: tlem. of what heretics have said of former ", un*il$ is suggested by a BishopI! e'ot eieeivee aswer to it as ppplied in a ue  .ars of the 24th, by cltiig at length ex eaIles of the teaching of Mgr. Dupanloup in Siu dormer writings. A Fidat/- BeatiaeL-.eAnother name has been added to the Apostoli defenders of revealed tr*.. On the Ist o May, Mbgr. Napoleon Joseph Perche was ndhieerated Archbishop of New Olea in sccessionto Mgr. Odin, lately - dmsease. We publibshed borne weeks since a lster of this France-A...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 July 1870

.4·; ~;$L:J~f.- *M ·Jwi u-q. "':. ap..ced ti #· *em- -l e 6myl p er. . HOW BEAUTWIFUL All THE Tilt OF' ?*KR T ? TIDINGS OF GOOD THIBGSJ" Tu.s4m ~ NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY ft .6 JULY 31, 1870. unit Cathoic Mqsenger. r.RaL UwL3. uisurn. ; mr i a ahgart usceptible to the - *'bt 3sympsthy can read.with hteo nd ati6 the tieatment S~r3IaortinattFs eniane .prisoners s ie hands of their brutal SLallers Z meyr sep iace the con " etio of the a men hba been ine of cow y alternated with acts which ge the eratia of th fi orMd, as if to sibe humanising influences ,.e o euppaed-'to govern men in a t ese flisaton. PFftst, there was what edmalted as a pardon, which fell so fir" Nol- what was ezpeotsd, that it _ wA iie us neglect of just - m ade m ande out of eat the prison oicials for us t1esa. t of the. th the most a toina4bis.g lscopdp we told by some et thgp' fieIIs beyond all doubt, for for ien have died mad whom they repre - s~I In their sound senses, and men S av4 died of diseime whom they represe...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 July 1870

- ' . .. 'W* • "JI8 .r E, ·· 'T !j Pn " ,m -. i, . S , m . l. ' draagT aI .e th burieal ot isr ir abs raestr reeslvted oa visit 4 t "- SP M n-seb hekor, da wase d. t' big r ai-. E,, t n d a m sr o pn a d t i n a asaisisaa- "'Ine I m a h and o u on so sohougly h Sof t Brennansoner of . S. _e 1as beewrn redi tward hi.. " Iasi, sir erl burned out iofit. I wpy rselves shell be a d one and m save'r e that man; ill.htd- a s svilliisy are mestrongly imprte i me muaa thor ealene. I saidf oi the frwat, that . ." ' gusition to our church and o seMa- not wonder, if it were discoveredh . abbs wer the iencendiary himself. God i f eIf I am wrong g him In word ".sr sir," rejoined Mr.-Dixon, in a and vais ieL his eagerness rendered as shrill ~n as seked ffe, " those opinions would with sress ather calculated thoeover the crimes of getpery than to 'express abhorrence and can 4 ele hdbr its extermination, and I fea , S that the uenenc ain helterito of ' 4prt ,of the isintrye has tend ma- o *eoake.,...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 July 1870

- lragsgwisi is c The "i6 Should be , t.l4sse O©Apel-.All ar r haves cause for gra ' "Autotype Company" in the gfipb~igraphs, taken according apnentprentpro h they "lu,]e of the paintibgs of the 1l. Jhe, glorious designs ntd -Michael nkgelo upon the. roof e fr bIefore, audoould not have been tr means, thus brought within 44~ b ltudent. The whole -series of nost m 'eaticand perfect inven I art, are reproduced on ingle igures orin groups, "_ so:method of reprodue yet been devised. It is really to rate high enougtslthe help as )lsure which theiladent can a4:letogfra, bhaving thus under_ his : tpamJ'arts the consumm de n, expression, solen ii ng except the color, _tho; airtr'lea important .part of' t intellect that has prstied the arts.n" That they are in f ale ore instfaotive than any, engrav Ssbgtbes the same originals may be seen . by a moment'sa sompthon of the !wont of them with th. best engrav It is melancholy that among other things they should iave to instruct us of ,the rava...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 July 1870

riot.hee ° j+ppie.th psiapte enr thesolaidity .f oo and Vt.it, and good woths generally groW lowly, and iS. must be a source of gratifi eatoa-to-the Fathers to note the deepen ing sa·widealag power of their influence. T, .ihe lng the seed. They have been n enoukh engaged in that oc trpatsi -see the beginning of the air an4 harvest that will eventually p stlempn ang the audience re eto a *lend of oars, regarding a drqas which was being enacted b.y the pa pile, eighteen yearms ago, in this very col lege I Ailed suck a part in this very play." He had remained a faithful friend of the .ntuion, and still took the liveliest in  . its affairs. Thus gradually the S  pf our city wil became fall of men, ility and influence, men who form puapyl opinion, whose life and o 4illbe a reflex of the enlightened ty which has been so carefully i and.teao in their hearts at the 1 We append the names of students who took part in the play and drams a: play, characters by F. D. Ogden, Gi. Theard, ýi...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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