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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 July 1870

opra r of thlenpe f t. l not who, eteed, had ever a s imm, "Father O'Neil tWtr onty n of Kerry, Ireland, of tobier, 1700, and died at d ayarernoon, in the 4 thisage. He eame to Sa ut t -apvn years ago, and ia / of the appointment of drt Bishopfthi Diocese, t OhmuIn this ety.- Within the on account of his ,dvanced 'netive dtties asmilater .Lve dt minister gwrea bly curtailed. a tan das, deceased has ajmaqg od health. Though gat itbeat nhin serlou was appre-. dd until within the pakthree days, when it _ owbaieried by his attending e1 physician that a general preatratiogof the w hmad taken place, .conSeque pon Solnd ages body baa been laid out ti lthe n tes of the -deceased, Yand ea ;:?reparatory to its transfer m imaL. the 'e. -residence to the Cathe daltS SJ 'ohe Ba tist, where it will ,um a ts ilbre to its naul resting place H 'i.te, Olral Cemetery. Right Rev. ,sh Leml~,~of Charleston, a protege ofre Fatherl O'NeiP has been telegraphed for, and will leavefor Savannah this mornin...

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. — 31 July 1870

aiticts rileontribute to the demanstrat has we are assured t r ter. So, between S ",t.~ ~events, the lrth ome of the customary .8rtion was expected on F ,ri .;6 s-cannot be got rid ofeh astones, a the more violent and ig ', " en. celebrated their Bone T w diplay ~of noise. Perhaps, v '". - oted in the old fashison at taken precantions to ,b::.tlrbalent by a display of wl as dangerous to -povoke. Sp" ,:$hSow'ever, to put the more ' on a :.oqtdsbtioson their bmotives, sjlii believG that they are half ered of folaies,a: The mosti have seen Cthl neigbo had a elaim ea.atbolics never in thei- "elebrations to .their lodge , obed arbout without party em ,they. werenot molested. Sgraceflly, acknowledge an ] Ca ee tlholiei ss have generally hostile disposition towards the "o but re now willfn to tl "onal rights"y Cathe s_'L i ve been willing to respect the ir rigchts of Protestantaas ,tM% as their own, but it is no constita Olisl rg  to celebrate events whigh l L*v.ie been forgotten hund...

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. — 31 July 1870

f o the S Interlain - to ....... hn. tbloh t Ie boa gI, 5tom-the ,: n aos oth S* o of his mouth, he No p 'ý e di i= ltoe atoh or f aagood maam ,. km 1, Fmtte -ver the molten her sm lngoag eant. Ua &merr teo, 'uenm a 'ys ele oer . _. ,tmwat tln e other de n Sa mannmonsir, " I wh tead ,toug, . t hesd sreine _ou, g-oý tnpe, Fos - goo, W d rsB ing, greeable aro ', 8gore comnection, do.. ,s abtsresources of amusement, aea • naltalents, elegant e d trehlfor, and chalk wrote upon .'For sail." A h" schoolboy pass- the a . oh e aie .o. , immediately in a cc ne o freight or te be ti • 4ts _dinitep -room door the follow f ol r a M embers of Congressxamplel case bo table fasthe n the gentlemen es t a itha have been the itchl f w sent by i in theother .to itaw t 6toie "ood ombers of railroad tingress will go the box tabl after abe thefound the geyoutlemen inches, dies and bT gsaw- dse .with his mhei a cubic t 'T The Congressmen asked wit s hard towa thell . A stove ood out of railroad ties...

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. — 31 July 1870

wibe jo = amend se .l _ u t we «1 The w eav My, Mrended th neFi emnity of a gentleman -advocat af Womanh a Rights, -7 t hatalb ;the iW5· ij di!li the se arose frotis or da _p a, bwh e distributed the loaves aby Miss Mased- e , that she wald confer real A Sshe w the deay tbeaore whom S wMA , fair woman no less than sMi t arker sesti ung the praiseh ti delared that her ledee was' foest evner enshrinMd Marie as ee of et n.t oefed rl ag am e efore tyall earth's m wileus sad ,, wMir sooman asway, t Me lr are ton ge to asne with ed eclnareutil timsaller be o a is Gialevsr admirably e repr e d.Imaugh.and-be-Merry. Her ighet ere to befoligh leart l ~ nappy' lMsa li erty. that s he waud  oa t Aset in order wam tied advoime far roei sidiedMis M.arydObrienwho. Honfer te 0 that she had be•eno-ecliedtnher sedha y r h"appineethrough this world, and who n Iathat none of her former parewuit t eold agbrd such -satieation as-he now tedn silent comm uineg with her.own 1 AsW a mxt pped forward, qui...

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. — 7 August 1870

.:x~x gyT'}l~h''6ý f i ::` Y j r J : * :. , j-"r·,I.' ;,t r P L r 'J-.... ~~ is rYr`Is 4.44 -n~i r, ~j·51~y 1,r·5. b ms7e 'h s`. " O W tr A T H T O F T E T A S L T G kG N, DU 7 14 ilk. f~ ps '` i T .p + tY! my 1 tý" cc "T ý . ý r " ým V 'ry ý 4ýý. n"* rr r ·. EAUT :" - Sman R- t catlic y sen gel L " Ba. TUAmt n 17 a. Iwriasaoleof the Penall T W rsra of Jit alputed stoe. , Sdedly ealousy and handosy etof e - ad wrought msub power--baet thbey spot T} ,ate i Mtrriition s :# --tw wIer¶atbedesad dark e sa woke. : ij55i5N55d~etOltii5Uhe, e Sthe blioo " It would appoear," she began, " tght there deadly Jealousy and animoslty between families, though it must havoe tbeen also, ome extent concealed, about half a centur e date tradition aorsgns to my sess Bearkee-who were of those that d (papa or Arthur will give the Latin ex - )-very probably looked all along with eil eye on h tot others, whose settlement _ _ay, papa, resollect it is agreed on bo to laugh at me; and you know ng my own surm...

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. — 7 August 1870

S.  o UIO'wtea .o •q A'orow w e 7_ 11. O.I S4 ! ,- .ini "'044 in h._ f:- p.athe- . *we m hisi fre a tihean das li oe og o it llthi muh more woen into ~ pthr ifeis Y spel- d .itrve iritrnr. , we e ever me with We pen, _ al.onnne ourelves toa sperim from rene rea - aom Mr C om Kao, Jin d. in To - i 1nd, whi" i " . mor o . o i nenl thei S"nt O i st d recle pom. s y youngruddera which_ probbly bae the lhst. Theethat chur oe who surroun me are civil ad re- buas et- , a nda s.many love me. From common b e re man n own to thee humblest aers ea vasoldierever e regret that the borne w rhrn. s e awl eparm as of eu -with hemad fdbodyoa k tMrau o .. oft hea rn until t hs B ows good ime, someithe m itha-fa he, als soo ner, ome a little later. One in as the Upon otheu S g and the awetes lhe n e oh e J eu the al - Nsewn oe eDial alh gcenty i Ass e Mise. Apnst. e nt ye thev ed he l ig" the factr q his eic di er, bearing the same dather; the t d ond m by woodMelanie; his i ast In one h i~ t~~ ...

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. — 7 August 1870

Slistned a p etheir esbut he did 0o, . t to the tit aWe were to thtu w W o t most prevailed, Shey werne aywhre to l euand. Thehld eonld hey.p of O idgedmn on ste ~wa 'uain alsent on the He had done on a missioa to to eaemmpt nt 4libnce with the hre inthe oer pii Provitnce. But the an was rtemeeibered in the orisons over the onds and they morced to Crrig eplae to obeeri forty w absent mion theon o Agreat dlhaerene between past celet ons and that an y liaterday. The ld seems topper Province. But of the man was remembered ion the orld isonsp hisd their nds, rbarism, anrched no Carrigpeople epn long defy the derision and bsentempt o SAgreat diere.--e bontrery to the expast peo ttion of the country, Ministerday. have oield ed to the emrds on manv essential princi ples while displaying much valor on de gtls. On tth le they disred from the Lords' amendment. On the conmmre claim the ;Government admit they were disposed to their bari obarism, but no people sican long ad, the derisiousn an, ...

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. — 7 August 1870

r . thlwe jassumpte, ee thii s yesron Mm- n d eyeS`. jgi'' Wus sptlone must be y wuEsugIaºtb ,en g Saturday, the if saw U ever occurs on Sii - de -ý ii obligatory on all ev a those of age who *6 y md.to ýCV. NA'*.IZT0c MoBIsbop Mar- ai4 b rlited is France twelveb ecelO- res chilren of Catholco ay-laad floyl and gold pis.. -I The BIisop presided lst Tfuesday Wa tip enteatainmepnt of the Redermptorit tel Fathers, ho received as guests the sena- Pr lwr elergy eof New Orleans. After High vi Mass, durlng which Ber . P. Heslin, of asi tYluseat de Patp, pehsed a magoiAcent p sermon, all the priests, hular nd regular, al aepaired to the leaquet of the feast wv of st Atphon~i.. Nothing -could be moee ftra more- true and Catholic, not ash the ja ytes oodpriesta, all abor- tro lag withe amk melsal t union for the Vi+ geod eit e dase. It is needless to say oow that i0it ide of toasts were pointed rio , . " .cit SLkaowig that the Bible reviser, on a nil ' !', e lcasion, had a "communion" Wet...

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. — 7 August 1870

lOft e 3.11=.. AMD- " I The sale of Dickens' dersoral effects re BSed o,3r I,000. no Si r I:a P··Biladelphia 'last week o W__ lyyneiiw,d per-den . hal ....' TypirSph cal Ulion has sr MAlss U"suiaal. Shiel4 as vice-presi- C .-thundred of e drivers of MUbst e volun "'the dreonch .(;hU_'f l n ae, was pui i a 500 shoemakers out of work SLynn Mass., in consequence of the e 'stirke. less Jorson DaviEand Robert Toombs, after two an enmity of a dosen years, have buried A the .ithot por One of the Smith family ,hs added to its p lustre by rescuing a youngster from drown- ' -ing at Albany.-. com Garibaldit novel, we are told, was pub-. ing Ioed in six different languages, but never phe palid ts expenses In any. Ps T iiasit ionau Lerague of Peace and wen Llbeity, so called, was to meet at Zurich Parl in September. What a humbagl side Javanesepotentate, twenty-eight years of 1 old, h sa pemilsing family of thirty-three then oar aid forty-eight daughters. be n It we had attended the latnse we...

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. — 7 August 1870

S ew werdse t oft he .IaS wa ld He proaie tth, II emmaII rand Ho pse her < O-r hoe f o ast erebre i wMeak n--is on the and oredi. owo Infallibil- a i* or teaching authority of the yo preoa-of .*a DiWA hiss' t-. I ~bed " usee, ow a a." With modes or lame bsfall. Theyhalve riv hril through the onstan of the meen i Bshop amonges them that which is mo widental vimwith the Patedra tirS of t th Po Bt here an ob ther ws. O ordlly didr. The nflib to teach sep , or as onepen mdently I ses &spend upon the personal antiyob 'nor apont the Chohmined learningited in one an7e or ofal of them. Infallbility belongs t God alone, and its exercise is an ereet o'a.Die fs Assistanee. Nor again doae it ledy oith their Head. Hence the Pope is raed "Cshtr m itathe hur" With thi of di mine the peiopn abut plaofe hand from all imen havbeeond fa iliar.o They have viv y be bu thronughly to the Bsathop whoti Sare Baitedso arne the teacher anbod wih heir llitble tha and thatthheir teahing ismore n Stth...

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. — 7 August 1870

'` r.Moli Lt ot meant i . toth S.... r beo_. se frit was to orl 8.  zod. h  she 'may baeproperly sid- to be Try on be dud es tht-e Lor o t o s obeiev tt horever ance -O ei tel rld whe n it cnnot build a AO `ywai ttoknow why Hlymen res- s alwith a torch Perhaps it is to dat -ears ,.e t - those liontle sing lea o o- tAs Lov.ee~ olin to n not o y tday aomewherentil thween suge- bitt he seso two golden hours, nkey canch set " with wsixty da sr miant o recnlyward will is o15 fbqilewt Uy are gone forever. you, Onset thou sableen ortund oldf batter.inia mnadd p i ooarpoilnt" when le said,' `Do he know whe to heep took with them fo One ap sirty of musical-legd, refer- son , e toan u erm o e composition, said, slate luu al. cariesme away when thino b ake anaIothr. o the I 'sea cAsiendor sir me onenac, o.ng ith p Ae rept, o .the point of being operated boys ..k. hospital surgeon, said to him, hipsl There " Oh, doctor, I rein y on you ad- O dres.. It Is 97 street, ass usual," ment absen...

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. — 7 August 1870

oming Star amd Catkolic Messenger, Saw Orl . ,u:wDAT?. AUVUIST ýirYe ..itaý" ri-bD-de -M .- os.- gr. remarkable speech h _fle ee. T Insisted on oatno sidea The ·rwo I repisoa b those - tbss t.a) tbpA etf most ctm, give ks. A11wll be. over by the middle d r' u :0s Se DoI, -#Thoe of the ,,f waie telegraph 1 ) e cas'rried the  r to every the only " object of eoonvsrat. toely looked kr till Wednesday, l 'by risa when about ten o'clock in the-morning the re turn of all the b~lhops from St. Peter's told of some unusual p aoled.lnps. A number of bsench Catholies, who ware on the Piazza of the Minerva were, unable to restrain their anxiety, and ventured, to arrest the progress at one of the returning bishops and-ask what id hpened." "The discussion is over, my fliends, . manawemd, "and God has accom lished a great work and triumph for the edrFhs hamorning," The news spread in, ll dt s and atiBe-,id-da Masseea,-aed ai tuh the afternoon, kneeling groups were to bo smen round every altar in...

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. — 14 August 1870

ý+ h '1 "ý v>". -w 'r' Ldý f ýr t o^ ºf Y i w ax K .t t; :ý .tý tý{ ;a 'mi e4~ hap m..,ac -I -... L.I:oro 14·; } . r ' 4i-r ~- sr o - ýt0. y ýt . . It r .I 1.*· i. iLF .-! I1(~ P ·C·~ E Lt~ f~ B~ .* to beW w .,-x., 1N eays ia ,as. "HOW DEAUTIFUL ARE, THE FEET OF '} EE THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF H6OD THINGJI' ~VJJI I~ll. N*~EW ORLEANS, SUN~DAY'MO NNG, AUGUST 14, 1870.4,DI 6 a1. ind Catholic Messenger dbwildin','uahther Andrews,hu. in nd :eh n, " Wy som pepe '.,.'z.. eas might CBLL]IW o people, tO'b4in 1 r t !,i t olo T. iI-.'l m·. 3UNDd A1~E61mT. U· C~~,'wi · - and Catholic Messenger. OrLUANS. SUNDAY. AUGUST 14,1 m. DISTRACTION .IN PRAYE. Sdezart. . I ,saaotP.ray, S  h ko tagbt-but then " ...p sadsd oeets there. riy te tou lohve cones unsought, and been Yet, The art oft most present, Lord, • n weak, distrated4 pt rayer-Lrd Aminyer out of heart with self And prayer that humbles et the soul i Sryoa adl illusions tree, e A$d teaches it how utterd It mh, dear Lord, nThee. C These ...

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. — 14 August 1870

ssli We, ea eina*:li e of . tlls f*.b Cahhee of thL from -Usied eiee upon the import- th, art l Inf alibility of the 8So. the.. priests of the Arch s-sembled for the to prsu tmhe .vel ww mt ea of devotion, v¶, - kd ,. alove .for yourHoenes Theylo  e sthe DedtOr of thd Untve Doctor ot They pIclaim you t~le ti J We a eildlyprfess that oSt. Peter wasoen esli br the Lordto be the dntre fe ni T ý IIIt .Be ·st=-centre iicclt y porma- cxc .b. .... iastesheieshed thor .lr Acoaseoaeqlently ru, aentirely infaalb le was · the We belleve tha to St Peter h ron- ee odd the" "se the gaotk of Jsea ofa in the frith, and that consequently wtimlth.fllad entire infal- the "W believe that to St. Peter were given hr the J  aive the Kfockm of Hrean with a etk tpower o bIa s p ad to unbind that "1 witbeverbgetounenoed on earth is ratifed hol isHeaven and eon sequenty there isin his p We tmtthis ltgif onf a llibflits y, t gruafted o t, Peter JesusChrist for the h -wellaeao.fdb ]Hi h a been antil now", r ...

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. — 14 August 1870

m .Ai arte e notorious. Ai -Prusian' Embasy in Rome at the Sa*e :time many of the most notorious -agents otld e sect found harder and cohn Stenaneanr at the' PLraaian Legation of Floseeae.a friend of mine (now dead,) who was initd at.M.' .von Usedom's when the -NeMna dipatohes came-to hpndi describ i " he senea- s: one of utter discomfiture. itis not three months since a Prussian General visited thei Garibaldian centres at Terni, examined their stores, conferred f with their ehisfb, sad was extremely con a "I ,nd pannoy when he found that his on bad ,been betrayed to Cardinal Aintesielli, Prussia, in due, has in every way lent utderhand encouragement to the Beeti probably as a means of creating new embarrassments for Frasce, and the same ipigneas will re-qcmmense as soon as war Is. deiare- and .the eneh occuepation will be rendered a morem filoult and dan gerous task. -The Roman Government reL" wived intelligence last night that, in case O :the. withdrawal of the French troops, S...

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. — 14 August 1870

ep af O u antlu S. which ia one of obligation. It is to sacinftr it in thbame ond4s , in as~ ting ath eaoes of the and abstaininag friom sies Iwile work. -Sr. axm's Cucs-A new caurch, dp parently, seems to have been ereoted on the site of the former St. Ann'sChureb, so great is the change reoently effeetedby its energetic and revered paster, Fatber Tu iaoine. We .an no longer ugaepaiin A it the little chitch of former yewars In ap . iesranoe it seems to havy been lengthened by about one-haf of its original length, and the roof has been raised in proportion, being at t~Je isam time painted in suoe a apannets to give it teri or the appear ance of being loftierthan it is in reality. The people of St. Ann's parish, can now feelj ip; rfda their fine chuarbch. Un like y eplaces of worship, the laws of eO4 ao essential to the pulpit and eh@-. have not been' entirely ignored. Be iittention seems to have been paid to thij;important consideration. In. the rear of the grand altar is a han...

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. — 14 August 1870

a hey about ýAt S on inety et6 t obtea the " ngh toid" %to this Swhad to ait the retern of the reg 4war p#.dener .tria to arrive-at I2, and leave t 1o'loek, 'rand so did not reoh tisplae till after 5 that evening, the 4th Alo the Bayou Teohe and the line of "Mor a -eTezas route the crops are fine med will no dogbt delight the planter with ' epelleat reulte this fall. .. PEIcAN. S, - .c *KS.e**Iit*.el.sardesn. ha heea t Af btred with a eipy oif this Report, and spiaanatd are very atisfatory to its poatres iIlt eli tsl etIeet0, RbRev. lather Haskla. The vitlasst gp0 to the praperanagpment of seesh In italites e atin jempaots srigilhl. The Rev. Fa therhM net arived at his eonmralensa without mach stadyll reetl!R. WH tswvled in Europe and e seinsIu Wiii lnad rs erstory sehools. adopting WMatvYU emYeandable In their mausememt But -.'atMe Wiala be malnly relied his own happy In. apbaasiu 'Above na he has had an an-aboundiag *ith-hgitith wahih knew no ustiLma in adapting With 5 efr· s ...

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. — 14 August 1870

ete Lond dil6 in which oar own bum . Wae . rptsthe S1red pause are alladed to: The ther has acknowledged ira', .sio rf, dated the 4th of July, the ' ae, sadn Jesh sstad to nim by the So she C-onferences tqt ~tin Vin e , ,' Paiof the ofUnleed 41is. weeddst~ hte fil- of consolation to- is anmLh ean children, than whot Dene are ases worthy of the sympathy anda-co deAe. which the Sovereign Pontiffs known Soeteertain towards them. It is not . me~lesa Catholics, as docle saaio#hg as iarr ve rigorous sand enlightenid- that his eaal heart will ever be wound*. And ng them a few should, be "ibadi -false tos tbemselves and-to their 'bbethren, who -essa to speak like the eoi world, to dept its maxims, fear itu a and easeslt its wishe, they-wi lyorrow ly at ramly repudiated by the. fsithful :riughout the American: Union. They >wUbe rather a sinadal to- be disavowed .mane an examplae to beimitated. Here is a mew isatance of tl ae in which our eriecan brethen speak of such dangerous guldea. T...

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. — 14 August 1870

' ý Io, I am sot said s ~l"; t e the hoglmasote aemt theoi jas; mtn a oseree L ,ding. ever i 'e  o o ow wman, whip o tgok two glasses became a lhtfb.l mapec tle. Hitory does USU. ate waether ate glasses were empty ~' Ci· you ,espell blind pig with two ,lot trs asked one'ralghly of anod ther. So. t ~ pr y,Je p, that's pig with o u e iwomav band exrees the way forav Tea wmust =anwer for e iehes, a i:e , don'te nasmid,"d sand thoue ght Snot etledto mehadits for disdover g" wamer is the eoatry s so large he old othbhpve mssed et. 'faot proudof riches but afraid of theam, they belaaier bar to a rehs the way heaved. You :must answer for riches, ow he s otaa m, for , "If you "Come, don't be timid,"'said aeouple of ismobsr to tw o mechapie; "sit don talian system oflves oar equals."nship, the "We "roke wards and the dheown ones ligh." Athe recordof a will nrulmted o poor onthe good air which he breathed his paristhe to whieh the ltter replied, th m dyod to be mrve, my soul to p live it"...

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. — 14 August 1870

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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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