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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 4 September 1870

and 'Ca.lai Mes r .. as s s atllor of grape vine with : s. ;- is an independent ' idpI~ C. s om aitforaIa.ý N :; r% fir:,ro. 4ladetone, the wealth h t -reases x o$500,000,000 every,, iIaias and Indiaan the trains atop at m.iutes to enable passengers to obtain ;o"+ . is now commonly is bm other places asw t the voluminous characters ti )y; Dikab, p has not attempted sever drouth is asigneg as the ra cing the pries of milk in acme slies. A"e ., Gr heas shipped 75,000 water season, one-third of the nam --R few+ York. egaspbon of an Idah Earl is about 4iP.L4.n BDablin a comio paper, to be 16"2k Maigbt Errant. a Saosee Greeley has just sold one of his 8 of the New York Tr6iue'stock, atr te bllgq a friend." 10at-1 haa 6416 cotton, woolen eother clothing a anufactories, w, Ich ploy 845,066 operativesa --ma is Concor has a blisaniwhioh a ses on Lafayette's table in 182g. It is well seasoned by this time. f first female compositor has just been itted to the Government printing office at 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. — 4 September 1870

The Assels-of te. Pepsg lion of the Ehleth: always Interesting, i, us this msoth **ows }om .a Annam, -Chit. sad Jaa, besl. t ii o e de f r  to the scenes o their ,labors_ " ' include members, lm*16ate aale"ofaUslr rreligiohs orders and: e destnaitns -are to all parts o} thejjtlO . On reading the sat we cannot butjoin with thanmkulness in the words of the esa H0 n, "To er orbem terrs Tom sw a a - E is t a e cc eaa," so com pl lely does the roll of nsmesi oiot:t not caly -oembers of different nationalities, bu  't"Mto the progress of the Church in e=i, quasrter of the globe. To one set of h lis we wonld point as showing what a spirit of self-devotion -animates those who have consecrated themselves - to the sacred asse of religion : SIFour Dominican -jM~ne e the Congre -- gation of St. Catherine of Sienna, the mother-bouse of whieh is at Boney (Dio eese ofAntun), embarked, pr 8th, 1870, for the mission of 'Trinid4(English An tilles). These were Sisters Agnes of Jesuas and Louisa GQr...

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. — 4 September 1870

Star a d-Cathotc Messenger. ,wOngt sauna 4. sas. .whoApok entirely to cofee said tgronds for yog so.marry and y who undertook to ride a horse- fai& Is now practising on a saddle of one, said that experienced husbanils can ed< about to ask for a w by purse their mqathes kill, w g to ure herbhuaband eye his learned to smoke the weed nev icompplains that -" it is rather fror Shabi/ totr two." fier ild-be wit asked his uncle if the ae f tabell did not put him in mind of co r end. " No, sir," he replied, "but c ph puts me in mind of yours." oi lwyer has conipicuously displayed in Thi See the following suggestivenotifea- ori s " Gentlemen who expectorate on the cast .annot bxpeet to rate as gentlemen." casi ar.my of bees are said to lave swarmed wri  ehurch in Gloucester Mass., last but , during divine service, but retreat- and hen the sexton.shook the contribution to t them. h '`"robo is your sister at home I" "Ye'a; the won't see you to-night." "Why? th" she said-she was goin...

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. — 4 September 1870

S a u? M.BW. 4 pa idbd  Md! priv of tP s -t:uas weren o 8ithfai. rd'b- hiiahouaehold d, .byth. sis and Noble oGuardo to. "e - veat of the Santsol@ P tao l n ar ' e.was attended by e.Pd a#mely well. After Maisisting at.owMass mb a the chareh and has 3i - emained some timiie wersýg ith the as to pos oommunity, recommendig the in-oo es4tions of the Roly See t tfsprayers of fas the nuna. of a ZAs Poor a.-Am gthe sutns there exc is t who has beea,a a 6sidbnt in the con- joura - a_'nr tea. -the venerible latte &eof the ?ogi4 e of Turin, whose is ne: ulty b spersed and exiled The 'ity iof a. has just resolved to for i esa .then auntr the aged abbess ito ep pb ijt it q. there and re-establish the ings -esnnmzi# -which was founded by the thel pteyt Oi - House of Savoy. sia - eeaof the Fresnh 2Trops.-In my own to in lnion the recall q French troops has till been so long deid as theepneeqence pu f the Definitinonth is an absurdity to to t e Mribute it to' the es of war, at has .houtgh...

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. — 11 September 1870

44, 1, ... I ;i7rt wamar. as deotd t oi.h 1>mll 48ush . a or .TI Tmiss I -p ,r . 1 +e astbo sriet esf n a th , AST - · '' "2e - Tm~eiIom smeauv, tý ý r ;'ý'"ý L t .e Mro of $1150 " 7.WBEUIPLAR wEPETOTHWTATBIMaLArIDsOFGODTIeS"soneaammame ns.m o 11 "d -wn ini 8 at NE LDYOIGeT1ve to Me f . ew mt or over wll be y evsetbemt. to be IS. Y.1 ,j Crsis ew "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET Of THEE THAT BRUIG GLAD TIDING OF GOOD THINGS I" b'm-1e.wsuswautdyi. ~~ VOLUU in. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING,` EPTEMBER 11, 1870. NUgI3 ling Star and Catholic Messenger. b ORIBA5. SUNDAY, BRPTZMBER it. 1870. 0 LIT .E VIRTUEBS. .or Lis viremes are reeas b an" To us stone-they eam in aight As lowag tromma ourm ost bright; nd often, am if strangely aly. They seem to o mysteriously. For they win play their lowly part In all deep eerte otf the heartm; Sineo it is pity only knows rAn the heart's pleaures, all its woes. And whenpossuing them tyo hold. fe Like wema,-what-a.ever told. " Peor It i thus she ata when s...

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. — 11 September 1870

w ebh"ve sirved a pmphl.t 0opy of the ' ?r.aUMretter Of the Most Rev. Archbishop -. DsiWaSmo en Pcpsl IanlhibMlity, written in i5, alym 1,.170. After rargd but le Fset *0 ehell, the So' lf s given $ *1 !4 M, it*What Infalibility i ' iAmWhMiiat iM11i is nt,'M the whole f1 ,~as 1e *ahr' preopositioe, la last of uhiho we give entire: DI. The defalition should adr4 no remson eb, aeu.e .sp. l .i to civil gov u ents, . t-o thosi.e wrhi- ..,fre.; or -pre to be Xe hav4a , W truyst, missatlboi oin !bat the - .al kll ,ma k.ifogctIo. a change whsatevr piti2 in the uf s operandi "rin the extnt tofteeld ttollas the p ,l t of faith and morals. We eannot see how svli governments can tak.e umbrage at the solemn declaration of *bat has always been .so aemly believed, and so Munivesally acted ooIn tPhe Church, without any detriment to their real interests. *No intention whatsoever is entertained, or eveaeo much as thpughl ofito interfere with Sttiing civilgererimeffts. On the-contrary, the Chrc...

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. — 11 September 1870

IO arevower hen PotmBeal eitorU. ýýONsjAug 11ns CI- lO attlrit t s. oeqhia, heg QeseraL r t d ; defea int. ohise r ctatsstwopbie of. Wissen.. 'Seroely r clad " ths.e Huonan flag tio wsoav.eeth. Pontifical territory 4hsd retreate before the conquer padR the "sqvoreign to a if te~ betrayal of an defeated ,inhia to confoes that S-lost one. Never tle0o more visibly ormore ,.and whatever be the t ', pellf the. Napoleoni dy iipSeS.iOsrested in Rome Y es1ieethg oxtraordiuary." At every of the streets, in the churches, at the ra:the oasfere,. groups were to be I, theliuteltigenes, and one, ke phase was heard on all sides, OftDe.N When weremember ti elvuof the Galilian Bishops signed on for the recall of the troops and have not concealed their ultaltinn sinee the measure was taken in ltng. o theirrhiendsand confidents here, ieiessesly .woanderful that laymen -have beiuled, a'y , And the reaction on the astholt inaactaf France cannot fail to be. quickod- by -this terrible reverse. lriev we...

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. — 11 September 1870

Sourall of lat week we received severleontrsbtns Mwhich is m derto all Catho lies. No-one can be ignorant oet the peon .larly pressing need which the Pope feels at thisa moment of saistancefrem tfaith b-l. In the frightful war now going on *t the conomplioations to whbih it gives rise, the Holy Father finds himself aban doned to the protection of him Otn little arMy, 'without revenue enough frem his own tbetry to support Jt. America eannot f ,asIsh him State, butt ought to give him 2eeia*te n of the Papal States as an 3mneped jp'-i, gviminet, is equally to the iaterqsat fsal btholics in every portion of the wooi . It is lot a more question for thepmople of Italy or ofLome. They have aoe ig more to dwithkhe, independe nt aesreIgnlty of the ,Pope than Catholics saywhere else. Neither is it a mere mat PH of personal convenience and dignity to the Holy Father himself. The perfect die cipline of the Church, and a complete 'freedom from jealousies and human suspi aion demand that its he...

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. — 11 September 1870

-m- - iia r -St. lOIt do Paul d tael Seaei4jy has Iaaun gurte8, # aus uk is ihe city .of Nxw York, Whieh M> t be Pouctive at Ste" go*a, ins h prslta wards witch all iti Sidone. On the rart of August.it SbpAPoe ain . Warea street, in the Spiy, asis B t' Lodgig Hone, into t which it is intendr 4 to gather the number : tirih p Whe'eara a ppeariops living by a qlling-psaprs, blacking y be found iti peat numi- f ;waiting the opportunity f brn 'peny. kiI Is found by experi ', the best form of benevolence is c h $ ola-nables asn individual to help e biasel. The .self-respect' of the poor hould in all eases be preserved. The C ;obiig,.! eatcunlarly, ought to be impressed p 'Wit 1'the idea of self-relian`ie. With the sfjpnet f religion, it is the only trua basis a of haracter. Or rather-_we should say, v marl ,training and religious -intrauction _hould be the first step towards the super- I -strpetare. The practical experience of the I 1embers of the Society of St. Vincent de P admira...

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. — 11 September 1870

o ne the sway tr,,o-u the rtp o Wok placet of loal Irish Constaba is. i'sthe uaiversal opinion that u sv. effeqted their object had n for t charge of the carbinee~s. a Srlswas destroyed in the Sl..,the evening the city presented- c of iqtense excitement, which, in c instances, cululnated in a serious e From three o'clock till eight t achee to the bridge were crowded' eopele and seeral hand to hand I Splace. A serious riot, however, < s~Jight have terminated fatally from I Seekless use of firearms, occurred on j bridge. A party of the Apprentice 4 .q. were returning from seeing the Cole d e friends away at the Northern Cona- 4 i Terminus. They encountered a nam of ;Roman Catholioc- going from the i Sto Muff Glen. An immediate collision Sqe ed. The riot lasted for some time, 1 -'.f rearms were rather freely and-in- 4 mceieasreately used. At length the Catho. I c party yuceeded in driving back their I p~eents, who took shelter in-a house-of -Jame Buchanan, which they barri a-ed. ...

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. — 11 September 1870

T. - an  ove bored a was a'editor. fau A Im Z~Otat Step-Tiat over the edge ha Difhllbpeae a resiment is quartered; dui war time it is oecasionally out to P ~However Amui a a bawnbroker's offic ye may be crowded, it is always a loan ,-T Rome Wi. s.- yo o yo01 wassn,, you'll very likely pat out W Sui-dmny-A game in whieh there should.-be plain dealing, no huffling, and only court cards. .A )ehoteolmaster's Proverb-The softer he head the harder the work of driving ye anything into t. y "No-matter how often yop may fall into fo tae.Nrver," said an old toper, " you won't drown if your head swims. r A thbf, who lately broke open a grocer's warehouse, excused himself on the plea 'l that he only went in to take tea. "A Bumper at Parting."-This occurs pl sometimes when a steamboat gives a final n( Jeltagaiast the pier before going on ahead. Iiied.--8uppose a feller that has nothin' w marries a gal what has nothin', Is-her things his', ot his's hern, or is hsh and hr.r de An economical ma...

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. — 11 September 1870

One of the mist iPt ig eremonies :mar inoa within the waliofda 8 Patrick's I hbedral, New Yoek, renobedb for the easner in which all ceremonials of t e Ciolie Church are there gotten Vptook lai eot the 81st, ult. the ocooeasti bea*g s solemn reception of Most Bev. Arch l'ra.MeClsrkey on his return from the ~mameuical Council. The affair was strletly SAt ecordance with the Roman rubrlo. 'A.e acnred edifiee was filled to repletion, 'iniu bf the attendantlsbeing ladies and ,teqmen of other denomiastions. Among heh iprominent citisens present were Mayor S1rll, City Judge Bedford, Judge Dowling, nice Commissioner Bremnan, Hon. J. B. iiibi*son, of the Charities and Correction Tiommision, and several others; The ad, iniasion was by invitation tickets. The 2,Niew York papersreport the proceedingse Sian f, giving the address of Bev. Thomas 4J. Preston, D.D., and the Archbishop's re jply, which would Afi nearly a page of our gaper. 'We ean only give the conclusion of his esrace' response: T...

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. — 18 September 1870

·3 'r ,". Nr- rim .gtrmc bof IL &M .·~·i - J v'°, TuWa,2Iu to~ 4.r -r. Nu u gh* * N. tm o la* cwt. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF' THEIR THAT .BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF. GOOD, THINGS!" ___ .m.-qusafiaap NEW ORLEANS,' 'UtDAY MOR a, SEPTEMBER 18, 187#. -- , 'M r ane etholic Messenger. 1  rL a .vooE t.. To ai ihe b tlodai And guard th'lelnt throne_ hu Iothr o rnoe, IdA ef, mr men tonffeu tfr lorve, Bat t, the think eeerate dt own - . e . e hr ta etfh l nt forth to -ar S r .s tye th and shield. .An lahr Tale ei ofh the Pen o Thse Swho isn ohe r mek-fsoed e omrade l Ye srlthd men bJea bring, ' . 'ma not ado ted for tshaaring-who are S elpt hee owmoutng a-nd S ' Ad will ner Joeihd u6 He bin at you andbin : he lelal hnsled. nhe ever part vuh me, aD ,sorn, be Church of G0 -o dspie. on e ba they think Her trodden down S e withy you Then s much the a eron eonve l to the Continent st w ith m dre to copemynheer.. utn hat is your Petmand for carrying dhred a or cill ause I mPo s. putme TUE P...

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. — 18 September 1870

Star id.'hotic .Meseger. be a3w o3ELaN38sUDA. 55PrTDMBEEn as. 107A. Irom the Osthebtie 9rld.] THE EMIGRANT. ti CHAPTER L "Will, Willy, darlin' BRise, agra, rise; 'fl dlay is -break i -and ye've many a long mu sue afore yye his mornin'-and for many a oa :aernin'aer it." m do As she spoke the last words the woma s on voice trembled, and she hid her face in the bed-clothes to, stifle the grief that wa. welling up in great sobbing waves from bhe breaking heart. As the sonad of her pica broke In upon his slumbers, a man ea See firom the bed where he .had thrown ki himself, half-dre bd, a couple of hours before, and, noo, yet quite awakened to cli eonscleusness, he looked around the room au . m a bewildered way. p1 Then he sat down on the side of the bed su and covered his eyes with his hand, vainly in endeavoring to hide the teaqf that half fr bliUnded him. fa A chair stood near the bedside,' and the so wife drew it towards her and -sat down, ai '. shying her hea dppon his knee. Very s...

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. — 18 September 1870

t38ea . eonater-erdegs hem >lorsd o hen e am Thqw egntcbtoethhe divi 'Tef rit:| Gen. Coens, an ex-Garibaldian omfi ser o of the Thbusaind of Marsala, and. 'twr ke izxio, a General ,n .the regular r..Oa ; his'headquarters are at Rieti. Gen. ' _e_ l ROche commands a division at O: ito, and Gen. Ferrero a third at Teri;' mmandLe wholerps.d'armsee , eau  artillery has again rejoined the S-inna with the telegraphic Erpa, trains, and all the necessary material _iiSentoSit % activewarfare. The interpel .on. omnap affairs, in the Italian b''' ast Bight was prefaced by a de of Lazsa's, as we learn by tele S" R'hestealia. Governmeqt is taking W to precautions at Ancona, arming 'h.t', with the heaviest siege guns a.md hig torpedoes in the harbor to pre , baetmariaeasttak. The Quadrilateral, "tood ,.;.aCapes are being put into a com ' :plete state of defence. 'and Boss-.,-The aid of Prussia, .if i etat all, does not seem likely to bge ,ole.at'; pi eseht, and the semi-official djsa s we...

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. — 18 September 1870

Aucntisnoinamct Q.r a OLtt.xxs.--In :the disialt: , prosaring, at this Ii paieatble bo odto-.rfIsting, abstinence ,'3 d ii l.ith tr this time only on ui4' Saturday of this week, Week. Abstinence on ,A s ,iaL The Rev: Pastors -will * Abis to the faithful on San t Mass. ARoxoiD, V. G., Chancellor. ,. 4 , .Sepf11, 1870. PATs.-Wednesday,Friday and hisrweek are-Ember Days. As beem by the olficial announcement bstinenoe is dispensed With, bnt i.obligatory as usqal. al o0 Nnw Oaras s.-The Most S''Tbishup gave eofirmation as fol tkg. 2l-  .e ns in the Church S eanparah ; Aug. ' persons-i the Church of V4rmil e, tl atyete pCish ; Aug. 25-149 a in the Chsloh of Royville, La Ayett. parish: A 8g:.28-126 perspns in the of Abbville, Vermillion parish; 1t -572 pesons in the Church of St. vtIle, St. Martin parish ; Sept. 3 11.i$c .n in the' Church of New Iberia, pfrlsh; Sept.*1-118 persons in St. its hnrch, Iberia parisah; Sept 6 sioins in the Church of Charenton, St. rE parish; Sept. 8--37 pe...

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. — 18 September 1870

lead ua to sgppose s. oae  - of .th T lt. ay irepent ase So r "obligat she n a 'ttltude of which the ; Soqa h Ie an opportunity. of , tis recent avowal bhe pro drtke over again duties in co eonspienously and treacher-1 fa hortly afer she entered into the Afrsttime. Catholics,- at least, .o faith in her professions. IHer very I;a due. to revolution. She has d her foundtionas upon sacrilege, a ameles disregardof sacred rights. bheta ~.ag'.mm .eed-his bucaneer qlJ bha inever for an instant lost S4`1 e` w lgh.of his heart, to disposses S P e oil his territories. The present iement, however specioneusly concealed, ;Ji the tfulfllwent of an unrelated pur *PsI.LBl.had ,reviously, with scarce an ex n..`use fos justlcation, appropriated to him eslf elt Iar r of the part patrimony of St. Pehie. iHar~l lets barefaced is theiresent '.,Itelt of sdittLing the question to the hitamn ordeal of a plbesacitum. .The trick is ;'too transparent to deceive the most simple. ~eht Pope tmty be driven 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. — 18 September 1870

- " t ta .... the  d that thoe ght made, for the 'a- fcc causei , 'far rzom. being either an in- pre it or distbusdke was aremark- iI "a~ ostraton of its strength lpi.a Ty o its futupre success. In mahy we S atre t "the national candidate,, hpan, fought at.a great- u opponent, Sir Dontihit ad, means of the previous On a great hold on tie con- in t oct sio he wad the at; .sa to him wadi iven any Ssn of the er nd dii partli who,i on the .p plar the oi en before e country, were thor- t a ly' united. : Dominic's defeat "o pa ocasioi led to the petition, the result * the unseating of the Tory he wemaa say, he overthrow MI T party in this city. Threcent in w as ' red by the eltizens. but 0O Sof the former ne, a relhmp- to the battle which, had en tempo- th S a march forward to Se Pt .1 pthey had been co on t ' lon by dis- W ;r; tti one of this kind go ced· tthe minds of great to any men who,regis- er `te previous election cc who" do not study could not see why '-n the tame manner S....

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. — 18 September 1870

o Catholic Messenger. AY SIPTu MUS 1a, as,. ea as e 6 s o a of ?sades lop was "born o blhsh utason., 5 _ el fact thait people who _i Mii* often never get a good Jo; ;prit ais,a rousned in Frane r cannot be found to do piece- a .lkyo lmonstrate your agilityl'in a you -! te way they ask 'ein to dance J. lah, poor alfellow aiBangor, Mainb, Pap ~~ It', rworking between meals " Art Pindae 4 .1'old bachelor says he of' oapd .e rd of " Mariage" tha mam eHays aseer I" man, "No sir." achil li), to=aiim), i ,, Jim, don t ou 7 ij the fellows as car! read I" e 'teer, amister," said a lad who was trot -i, .'log, "if yoa don't take that dog onl; wayll eat up all your apples." and " 0y mommy that was abominable in laic to natyour little sister's share of the wis '" c"W.h ," said Tommy, "didn't you on 'e, ma, that I wai always to take her the unl 8o - A physician writes to ask the re- ea, aewsl anote which he owes, giving as an reasn. for: "We are in a horrible ant Th is not mck man in tbie ...

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. — 18 September 1870

o famous w of etotin 0 - t A a ud pr ; e no rope, whri Sexetions, and Ae <a ced olaerve and bt 7e e ha ndaitions a--i v e lone. TlS . b( ''d;toi i a e adhole im ,ta' . -and a~ i tat in ale Ifidt w let t is thi very nd t which her s D itco i str rErase from the hlstty of 1 O the tetrih The forophio through twn hditloeis-=b' d gthe anals of the Cath i ireoB, o l adopdy tedie -pre t ie oat the United Son te s tt ti wiho he . The history of Churcha of th isi a fit occasion tUded .i ir te gorgeons sn at tmahe ap Ses rlades Intof evenince, is t of thiT ancient Church- e Saltair. e mune-sl,, indeed harweter- ( Sieuimts is this veryt inet whbeauichti t.give such a charm to or onsiency t dt' at her ecoherds o ii a irrch fi power. ae from the isorn. Thesery of ton the' ttthful anrd philosophical i em'raeing the annals of the Catho rd, and you will have bman ite prous . oflthe book witheut its contests-the without the gem. The history of i o1Chureh is to the history of the i w .P whit the...

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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