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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 9 October 1870

o ` " apls f for .s ,ooo padlts. N tc he. at urgeon ofParis, last 1 e d a income of $100,000. 141Mo get. 61200 a night in gold faei age., "Sing a song of sixpence." woman fian carried off the $500 prize q, .the best managed farm in Oxfordshire, "' amber of German songs, warlike or patrotli; published since the outbreak of the war, is 650. Aman name4 Oliver Deming was re est . murdered' for a drink ofrwhiskyt at Mastlasville, Ind. The m.agptio 0ell in Chicago having thorouhly' tested, the citizens think prefer, whisky. -In ew York strong-minded women get " " g byinLbop-lifting-and At is said the " much as men.. aky wants reliable and intelligent men who' don't claim the Flowery as their birth-place. '. s en knrown in London "Arabs" treated to an 'exeribna; the aber n the train was 1200. S Owing to competition between steam boat lines, passengers are now carrie4 from '.ew York.to Albany for fifty4ents. " -" The Fire-place" Is the name of a drink ing. aloon in. Chicago. Any one can ...

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. — 9 October 1870

" taw.W XSUDAY. COtossa 0. .ow, S._._TAdGreat Clook ok a Str.,&g.-The great elcka ,tr rburg is on d-f the wonders of - thi*rld out which travelers ar very apt to -roi(. a little, making it on re wonderfultilit really is. But r all t is it is i aordinary piece 9f clian am and ertirmanucees e..tit it to rank ilth n ¶ tlajkcords of horolo All those 'oughl Cheaps witness hourly .- oa dur times an li r-with some do gree of wonderment, to activity of a set Se figures which str' e the chimes and the bots outside th louse of one of ou-rmost . terprising ci 'ens. But these 4r6" won ally si e operations as,-compared th o t of the celcbrated Strasburg '. ock, pc l which .the citi;ens are justly. i -.ru Before detailing these perforni nes and desciibing the clock, it mag be well to refer to the history of this ilge - ious" piece of mechanism. The clock stands in the Cathedir4, its origin dlatiui as ulir bait" as 1352, in which yeilr it was ut up under the patronage of Berthold de l n ...

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. — 9 October 1870

gion is t armor that a man t Jaa#e, bbut it s bhe wors .cloak. Why are eeth like verbs f Because t ey Sregnlarirregular -and defective. pitchforks is bads but' h ailing is worse, says an pl<joker. . t hi"- ianarrie, what rives woueald my, t W' iarI--betlike I Meanale (me and her). " j-priyer does not cause us to leave off º inning, sinning wilthoon make us leave off r .3iis eonly by labet that thought can- b6 made health, and only by thought that la-t r can be made happy. Three Railroad Gauges. - Train are . Sfdir the broad gauge, the arrow gauge, ard the lug-gage t I·. eeon," said & minister ter aheavy a~fooP: " I'm very tired." ' Indeed," re :pl 'th deacon; A4tthe ,n know how to Pity ws" - TTMers are two ;re as why some people 'I .dont mind ,the own business. One is, i lath ive o business, and the second, ey ha no mind., S' iner-" Tronile you for some a 4 landlord. I ialways eat a good th my meat." Landlord- I - "* and a good deal o' meat I Silemen se it5 cents.to New ...

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. — 9 October 1870

. wwjaw.- W 0 to press there , i: thetendss ate i e ; S eaebsaU oan anoahU.eelseent tld will be _- with enthusiam throughout the ed Lrwound- TheC entral . .- as t ..imeeting on Ttursday Jý r fJthe n in the. distinctive natinal " sWti ia-.s Ambulance and a fully nlj ssa M]l]uhulne Corps to acoompany ; I t-T;wo members of the com. ....... mit been dispatched- to France to . :.  arrangemennts there.. We as -`. rP-·t aselr:eeuantrymen. to redouble the S a'llon s now, and tend in toso Commit I e means to make this gloos and I .a gift woeo h of falw Iand fas 1C Ireland. th Ar bm T Chorpe-.ywe 4 .be iirtheoming with a et il will. o the t,'_ ~eoung men of Ireland! However 1 " . .. na.. ll the number may be. let us bend a t , 1 picked body of Irishmen for this work of e succor. Pending other arangements for I theireenrollment we shallbeglad to receive r StbRnrame.o volunteers at this ofnce. Let li those local Committees and other friends L Swho so nobly ornmised the subscriptions, wi...

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. — 16 October 1870

I* er ~~w ,,"3 *. ý$ 4 qr,--r 4 I .... " "{ 0U :,i .[ . -. r.. .ILO~ y re~l a O 6,e, w870. wwIi'*b Atc~~ ~ - bia~ ··srr rut: GS I".' Iz~ *t r ess CI.a.athc s .h.ilfo_,.. ite. a i, _,p {e ih at e1 bn:e1 drownin' will catch at a -ve  ---- toh Sh- y o n mol~ r{ b e a y fori e +t . - - - b, QeyAd ao W e'll ettle 1 6, 1 8 7 0 Io a +a. 1. . "i tar nd athoic ess~ger I ~ reo~ erdhinelf Wavr J.simti~yaa~, " atwiroXsah Joian l~aeD~w DR wil, s : d~ wnn' wll atchat jveed t th uho bybogand onnI,, .t.. ~ t t: ot· j . ar.1 5 1 v n m i M m * 1 - 1* r w W_ _ _ he ~ t ha2 "W'llsette tht~whu ~~ ogton.wit aStarand Catholic Messenger, -, QM4W% 4My. oAY e it so. asr. - . ST. i IRP, ~OF PAUL. aw tA th t e of rest, ]. i rmcle thy brow I 0 seam the now ! oouat w e g y fold " h bass. t b a U i, wshe bindwin to the all Va etatat e Paul le ofmsa wa os.etheir tide, th8b P T e alarm, hint Liay. ao esnd. t ud. soent ro Pastdi tag siglaireos w erevatit eor ws o. Wre ond that lea w th thiro ir T s a aegws r...

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. — 16 October 1870

vof iS Moeas- esses qof qr.. st orase, . oonpiof se de pSrtwe ftr - NarosOeai Wby Mibe astsr ean the feare or ºAestosI. se,, AmhmIlBit eow COd-es the r1 aad aIhasite our Diocse, esMih saaA we etles Ia Jas Chri.s Our Lord. I!. a homes ~of the lergy, and: Dea o elty.-Wbeli btb one f thos4 doeores, to bieb no Uterns tip..s ebut submislon, Divinke Pro to rohage this .,stand dtooese, end evesias the time when Saset our jstly lai d and ratsso we became its lo Pae . i.litfbl~ted hat we have itu h yron w early Ol even for a SIt Is tre, we were aware, that one of sweetest and most oospaollpg dti of our . r son, to ear bs-laIed PooaI yothe of our a taclmet, v love, t the feýt-fChrit's Vicar andte tative on earth; but we calculated ti . kind -"this journey n0 earlier thar a ande t Sdrew-all-ou plans in a·gog aqg with S is ar ' anglnit. .ow, iowevr atthe Irmbore of theO uncail have been resembd kind the will of _- oveqrign Pontiff, wehl, for us is nta mount to a , is expli.itl knoun, we fee...

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. — 16 October 1870

II om*,m i.iis rcivn. obepgtelgorn i ,o their o te;t;i~nbah Iau t.u m siA thoughtful Eo glisev Iteea. std Shen, in 179t, ityfrom-a dis oe eo Flan 'rsh ' 4MarsWal, ande all athe forces of the '-r e whent to expel the o 'and dsrformed his in lees thau a month, he 00 strong, capitulated to oallhe head of i0,000 But what is all this .boutr, the Naval and fMilitar S.pnnces at the Prince of Wales Sshbortly created Field-Marshal; and it adds, " Very ope rly too. in our opin io.. O .Very , perly I Very good. But 'e4y the En-g8ý " eople, and the people of nd and Sotlaindas well, have'a plain h . ight to know by whose authority the _outrry is to be saddled with the cost of t&uperfiuons lamp of majolica. England  is alredy a field-marshal, who is fitter to tbe a srp"rV than a general officer. His IervlisP Ve funtry are comprised in an oeeasnu t gluttering from the Horse SGuards, andd a half hdozen reviews or sham fghts, per annam, at Alder hot, at Dder ,-orin the unbrageous cir tei...

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. — 16 October 1870

,,ver _e v _ s obssale.s taok * Church, on Josephine a. o ,of Tuesday. -Tbs. I "`.flt orowded to its utmost ,.. o greist olskep oagrer Se sdes.. e r. ewa- isr ' Sdeceased aistera , learne , w r el o noble and ,psa I-denylag aearss f,"r ts.he 1the of eOtoee 9r, 14 8 v. S e ; ,was naieles- ho A er. aof .her may ` _id, Viearieneel of the adioese eoft 'ated, IFather .ae ldhirt preoe the ser m.1, te a f roem the 14thl apter a iBlessee ase the dead . die el l k dTyhea Re mua the mater that his Sarer. meron, that hbl larrt was io. i,1b tbogue was still. St u-t . n i of t he-life of SLin wheo pte o3before. them a cold corpse, S.le only atew a abefore a ar worea. orker iahe viueyar'd oft tie Lord.' He was bo Ssspectable and wealthy parents. Ordalsed a priest on the 22d of December, 1849, he worked sealoasgly for six years as a secular i, it e t 15th of October, 1865 he b a ember of the order of Onuret 1 Roly dqaener. On the 3d of .Oogber, I -386, Father A. came first among us at the oesia...

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. — 16 October 1870

} F sibedeh im n of , a d she lte witheal radf atten-o itself s gu'dllwth more Lthan . Ples h iZg?. . dgree as p.to min of art. gof I ndow. Ha ah onifence ha o S lea V. The mwni-t oi . olite literature t has en g him a reputa ~a~s~n stuedinversityhe s a even literf art. a;, _"le nowledged in all Sbrastery Icatten- d aIrted with hear i tid that the world is f. ,4fe Innocent IV., more and tmore menlightened, and S r "eso atrikingly displayed pe lsa V. The mnni- mc by Leo X. an Spolighteed us lite lifavoteraturo nt an unfavorable him a reptholi potdedpettion. Dringg the diversty ag relstaniom hs d even literary _ worth speaking off; n, we believe a ber n there bnowledged in all i Son the and been in favor cceed Mauof Rome. We eanot, therefore,m Xaas~lmy tPins writes:- wa hear lt said that the world isno di g more and more enlightened, and liq will nlighteed muslt be' favorable to a utism and unfavorable to Catholi- of We wish we could think so; but we es to dobt whether leathis is a gr...

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. — 16 October 1870

O On h the new'' Orrott wsseu dto the servioe ok i o'i rep Toebbe. hb i *s "aeemrson!v of Ilyingtbe t new ad tiful chua keL i erected at Wilkesbarre, 'rb"R y. Deniis3Q'Ha took place on O' Bu47o ht Rev. Bishop ' e, orner-stone Of fbe new church to l erseted under the patronage of the "Maternity of the Bll ed Ylr " at Bustleto Pa., wsi _ i ..., 22 lst., bg5t e . -On Buhday, 2dinlst;, the newand beauti tithl Church of the Immaculate ConcePtiops at Sixth" and' Market. atreets,: CCiden, -. J., Rev. Patrick Byrnes, pastor, was solemnly dedicated to the service of Al. mighty God by Right Rev. J. . Bayley, Bisop-of Nwark.. The parishioners of Rev. Felix Farrelly t8lt.James' Churhob, New York, presented him with a purse of three thousand dollars on his return home lrom abroad. The Little Sisters of the Poor have just arrived in New York, to begin their work of charity ~i the Parish of St. Michael, 443 West RAt street. - The cornea-stone of the new Church of St. Rose of Lima, New York, was ...

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. — 16 October 1870

i, i w o borrid to set n girl ... .. Is raised in ba the visitor's there. a &bad man di savage wit evse obbatyet that vevalo e was sensibly ster sas: "Ini the s :upon Yale College, i t sm; o 'sam. water' read S ".Mtiasel Mr. Yetes, e;so nael is so abort a P ,,: 1 :r i -rl. plan t" " I ajap,oa you believe. n a future In " ourse I dnu; and what's 'I minti-t~enter"i as soon s Betsy othins ready "'ap "Alt in a your face," said a str..judg; "May it plen wast -lr a'º .gs the prisoner, " that "- u oye t nwife says: -" When Iwant nice san d lt to myself, I tell George cJscoming, and then I see no ofis util one in the morning." S r being told by a phrenolo St the organ of locality very ceetly, replied. " Very likely ; I years a colonel in the local i,'iaid that the man who won't take a peibecanehe can borrow one has in vented a iabbhine with which he can cook his dinner by the smoke of his -neighbor's cahimney. A-:. yung man having devoted himself to te apeiml entertainment of a comp...

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. — 16 October 1870

the following ilketh fbose who pteedd Viebr EE as ,nua eaeer of spollatioun : T as o thel wf oe end -. the tenth ai* t.d to absorb Rlome. was Brutes of' the . t .899$).. o tro he condition dini e exasnd s-ezle he twies rote to wesorg the austhe atbority of the Greek + S ]e." ae. wa, brouhto nobat t, ' 'bng by the ~lii not. by4order of ,; o e of thuo e E slm  :h .-. u, =mas eos an pu ths ee mumbune.: oI b ti i A :.te was H. lbUambason, o .is.eytl " an v eatioa ofetCg hat and * . e t al . ob ut the m anthdful in throat. Hadwgone ae prisoner alter auhr-.Roae feor 10, ears, and wa. ashes' scattered iceh° Tibei and the ine t of Poaui was-restordto home in the abe of- the E.nhman, Adrian IV. 1 umber tweo.. . The Empesror Otho I, carlled the Great wanted o absorb Bome,-and drove from -t' .d~lto othrobne the Pope John XII, wlowin ulittle while before he had re eodetb`henigs rls 'al crown. But Otho was ..safils brought to nought ~ ibrough t oof_ apoplexy. Number three. S'Or ma of S...

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. — 23 October 1870

-'T 1 1 n CY r g#« 1 ' ! IL gu, -\* f 19,'91 t. ~m4I 1 W- T 4_" 1, ip1 of whigh Ia 009 humb$ "M'Ia o~salaet f "HOW BEAUIFULARETH EET;F HE THAT BRING LAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSZ OaB E3A1FU THE80, I and-Catholc Messenger. SUWDAY. ocTOBBau s. tLn. TI.PaO E6'Si PRAYER. (o la h t hs pio , te Baeres eos t) . While .suhap are shades are foling, M Ibrisa e Pl imes _ * Wc the y . "sl-v. Whs t o do the eathstiaem-. ere tonhl a e ielf n althart, I, ble-was . Uvsual wasii. Bes_ =dt ms unerrt Poutm rwa t hy to m.doto. Graet r thno eavestl eoee ,. ellWre by she b r j Sad best's i -sTHE Pou RIEST HUNT o ER, ' (Qontilnue4) pu Alnaer, who wa to commau d the e s se ads tthe lnch prty. The eb tabl'e was, a isual, heaped with bd.8ssby a first-rte artist, andrart e the farlt qualitye ad the p oer hem was Inr hleg humor to do them w;it perhpsol , -rxceptixon tof r The e erhte s, Iria of Charley m orkc oan n h m e·a.tns reiiher hi homrot's replk ld by the rbh er, ing hi hoss ,plnionetbough'we, who. hav, ...

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. — 23 October 1870

.... f iseteg . oho p e P"C S e e -a! th eo e . athe i"ot, eaplictly mentaoed lit t . ie plo wal . maynog eviimaslo'w d ress tin a furyl Clbtaire swGre 14e w a - 4 a1hee kill the Lord if o i tWIw at  oes asjudgesand ex hi ble-ndsof : prince's od ,thier sought to avod the eon " sect ri of-d acr b leaving rho eeu ho-_ salationwere to rese to his nl Shis rel igion. 'lis event took place in the a a s, Clohe phaving the seat of his al6er Pment at iosdops.r S- A test years of heroic valor Vauthitr eturted, mcered with glory-, -eping to tad t e Kln 'i wrath appeased. But it * ppeu =5 the obdurasy of evil passions was g rte firesides, the enemies of the warrior, old, hi ra a distance, fed the Al tiria afe reception,,the Lord of s, i e t for Bomn e and l ao pitled the 1 ;o AgapetC, who- gave him let le support, Vantbuer turn- pr e$wards Ssaons, and selegted the great day of reempt-sCae on and te of thsre altar, dur the cee . Sbratfoe of the Holy Offices, bedre veiled a, eyau of salv...

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. — 23 October 1870

'it r of -te s e4od and diea-S A tnliash phor~h by the t 1 iertan 1hat, tr er numerous or otoe to eror gdo tiet d °T iSaO of the ;Plntage. of al de ,saveto were content to bei lnal in the so fr s eat were oner 'B' t of God and divie egne milusht e wet e reserved le y it is certain that, fr ed to er f erir grade or gen- quaity. levity. Evad-z t d elose eof the Plantage t~period, Ciristlan~ir o all degrees, save I tie ghes, were content to bet'esal In the I e -ase of l eud so far as seats were concern ed. But thawgh pews were etredaned be- I fore the baefor'uation, theyt were reserved it e even so Isti a the openiteethg of elizbtr,' re *r'p reorns 'iii undeniable quality. t "elosof her iqicetyls life, how- t tsevententh century,h 'itch wits so many ohlmges in ec- e , esiat al ma ters, saw won' come into i Soon vogue .that modi'h person would as ii soon have gPne-to-->h without his ~bint-lace, as-ave at j teervice on the old-fashliend stool or,o modern-beneh.  " 81tl pews," remea...

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. — 23 October 1870

-~f~ t)"n s-t t bo l is sid iet-y - a. t o mheas ssaest am inleeslIt aWe d eel ee rbress eble fos them wssto deo • -: as I or...e tFl thg Ely G M ms was -o.. eholas f duisea b street sedTo* r sth Semeson the i sleses yo Unk. estheatles we mene -.ee· t at. keepra AdtiLa. Lehemelo r alee f • e"  nset : lo tie ilimest Upon:a 'c oi. -ýRbmssi oThi(m o esa O that ualbae Pa. " toe e of outamplrefl. youid pub right ieha a . ocareafos a poit ti ef 4i d iwexttld. 2d i "toeyIto* do soth is be asekedade-hbeir : w;. Te alke ofene cRaintll lasw e this t" thae Thoe wn.je pbLee oi eIt wmold d acely be ersail t thaer they iToek in the dsein- The.peLehblea5 a 8$*.. Petaish'e will meet " Ten ScHooLs. - The most bare-faced piee of tampering with public gtcsa wind eUc welfared torpolitical ends is exhrbited .tihe eondet ofthe Radicals -i trhi city h sgads to the public schools. It would sesreely be possible for them to demon *kith more cleyrl.* 'that party success was . ia objectC insterd of good ...

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. — 23 October 1870

aTt T wa, :is forty cos of $i year Brstooe. v ahied . a': ophia in ero .q ther Iemaboulate. " . tare. that the .I ln satmmion. ight r desl ae other dayt are swimming the Ohio river l ut they~eeot bidroves, sa are eg killend received at io gade York sinear h "er mince. he:M. D of 8 med Lo . K. Bgreatow,ly pu as Over t eas of womaeek in n outha S , .ttome oboe scbolars. re makinhng the : eincivilization. o -~oo ght acal duel the other day. iserla thare seimming the Ohio river aildrovesd train bare wavbeing red lgr, eat ofontion gardens aof Indian yapolirds near the The. Ds. ofnt St Louis the ae greatly ps oken byer the om ee of a omr arved o has bhe Prince Imfever has ceased, en admp Sis greorary member of the acEnglish Armytlc been maa feale bras mem -bder of.h Cun edeg. J. .tht the omb are noteethoght pai leown cott powers both of lnge o vend tnge, they should make good musicians. A wroman i4 East Tennessee stopped." railroad train by waving a red fSag, and wnted to pape of the enra...

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. — 23 October 1870

solattal .. the ed oateQ means ag otremn am . jd ltion o the pe Sbor Catholies to be edit Sto their mare ot Sst ncalpa iep, and eventiallf'-r I t "is l&t-yet reached-w lea Ao atfom fperrbet au uslaity with the rest of their Uw pn which alone the estps peeple Stheir i the _ ilue more thn --o R -that is their. j gagteh the ade ned ad o much, The Irli Catihoi- nd, indeed im rumbers a Irish Prnteste ts also- o that educa  ties withoat religion is A nmlsnomer; that itis a amblanee from which the reality has beeftaken away, and that its results s l t nas tigted call lnstead-of un alloyed goddM Por this reason the Catho lNhas always repudliated the-temptation •s .le.,1 the "',;nf system" of ide lrr his' children. Primary, in. .t.uedtate or university he repudiates; and iram the poorbpan whI eihse to send his bil4d.to a thool fiwhich -his religion is ided, to thbe.nobepan who will not send s'r to rtmsy 'College the answer is th esame---we'" l-hLVeione of it. But tie btmoe ba...

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. — 23 October 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
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 23 October 1870

h menabp of11e dipIomatec ous eerm-fe bvL taee sz%,a SLegaioan c Frod "iggaAb `s : oersada l-Asto r rele t end of tba e billn stc ridch bil f'op mambot ofo ie diplom i wc . ...- cb ....h2'1dg r ,p: `';ý"''iSa ,_erl o the ro of tlliiao't r·he  i .be sa ueeeM i oto it . .  w n e n l ofieo 7i h ~te i ow to looand +dlk, n the eeene without. At a sew dinates before ten olock Count di Car- l te the messenger of General Ks, oer, wtobaubred intoef t e re of the Pope. eold h Holiness that hi g suchad missionad '.o to inform him that, in General Kans he Itaani--sa l e o epressd- chseaisple almost a follow the gates of Rome y n theire m an correspondence of the Bnonaparte was in flames Fderrero d tiliery brol che nwere advan stingn aosn-. In van few minutes the Romanspe dtr a few a in ones slent for Car Yor Eminence was rght; t cannothe helped. I hee abandoned by Cdplatho-i l Europe, andrr ms y ield . Never mind.g 4a~oui cthision.In nAD y lorious prede or Ps VI., and gamy -upvo Italy doa...

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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