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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 November 1870

- hofthee.". J. -th.2 j te a +'tmsemesm W't wolhede beweYork. , ntroithe oefetithrin the as Graht n troos the lalttey i o iew erk "grand onesy '.of..w: z o hangs ingthe pr, neng lessons rre 4! e therof the e. -rgeley appe uds Victor E p aerrlng religious ueries Semnatle, K coanpaniio ley od i Thae are twenty societies Iit. te fles for the prevention of dingr to anthe Branches are sadly wantthe Baton and Donaldsonville. The New York Besr knows ot, i which an apprike as all that ted byo th tome ort tmely e agof veinto t soles of the feet. wide a le What would b'e been said of .mes uoha hathe sent troops to Boston to ntrohhe election there in 1860, as Grant _t troops lately to New York I The Universited of Michigan has fi0,000,fteen aes studying medicine and one of law name of the latter is Miss Killgoose. A man in Kansas lately shot his mother -lw Irisa thicket, pretendinger that he ought it endlywas a ber. Surely the two are not so much alike as all that. este ablagneti ishedron min...

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. — 20 November 1870

So orarm im .Lo.oba*I Jheed-U'roUP the square Qf" is Strasburg, in'tae aataly das of April, 1860, m 50 miglA havewitnessed an~unpreedent- tin irpio hoeesle-that of a huma. form aertg- tino gliisug ii& ia ilg at the summit of the steed~h. orm at that distance looked a .not larger than a more speck, and4 its mo- aae tiosi were only to be distinguished by the - opera_-glass. The clmbeo--srely p b fome evil spirit-was yeoung for whom lofty eminences had a i Sidbaqlttraetion, and who loved his 4dther Si 'ro EStrasbarg as aneh s Quasimodo 9p 2 +ed the towers of Notre-Dame in Paris. s ,W. a a eaounted up to the teepe as Loon m h me ad aomeat of tiymr, and remained as m -]Iongashe obose, for military discipline has i terror at 142- metres, bove the level seen 1'sea, the %levation at which this sol- fct; "l . aduge in his awful amusement. One of ti crtleuydi the wind blew with a vio- salei cp which gave one some ,idea of what in ti m*u t be itsforce in the higher regions, and freq i'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. — 20 November 1870

juoir ho. -," h do hei h oar .1wd s , f" -an. on aneant of hisbgeroenaryf di -d marrn the devi' elde-t daughter, I ok gm id wfeollo b :ng abot the, tregtieon nthine worg, -at doe in say dq deiturs e re8er ton e ' 'tbe . pta lyer ren, big "tank, you jis gone youke up do argymenpt lwehmmlog. is pnished by a snhe an-ove aoutn for e'he orense.. . he smbrells and put W lt.te~.o is told h ad by weomprome a ag Sany ethe ofther d els eles datheI h laiy atidder I kstrs inr it to be at r ind honor, marprped he,t a Sephynt dtidat o oe re an sie yokingu Uadmade frequently pro -h atriet $hobt ne wsead put an ow s w~aOel a ctaerual toresd e a bowne fI €lost be ret hr. .4 -o-Prepa theaenkdyouleire, a"when yud be Ing in tens Ormer ng ion." oll-humored Englieh wgr, abth ing her d byelaotn hing viofted aioo slek lady n, nd him, ese were dead heonn a hiech the deler s elda y repiauhter, ot, -Wt it a t bdrds wo i turhe at one.- i selrl umse, ir nga th, you sao et -ahiotn, for ' eanch my ofrgest hSome...

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. — 20 November 1870

lowa s-.Tbe lady the w ..of the Rev. rt . ----- f.lema far advanced in life. The aado~ isnsut twenty-night y ears of age, and is described as an elceedingly ti: rst ve person. She is not the reverend ''tltlemaQt's first wife. Sonre months since 1"A. k-into their service as. a butler a youelng of about twcnty-two. year oft ueetl tshmap. A short time since tireovesend gentleman ioticod an undue , p~leay between the butler and his wife, S@i4esared the formerto leave his employ ieateon several occasions, but, ath-th in nmlession of the lady, permitted him to rej S.:' s. On Friday morning the Rev. :.--- . came to Cork, accompanied by -.aidwife, who remained-at a friend's house in the city, while the gentleman returned l*otme. In the meantime tj butler packed se his mistress's clothes asld other edteets with his oYn, and proceeded to Pang-, where the Bristol boat lay after arriving orh Cork on her way to Bristol. When the Rev. gentleman got home he he inquired for the:butler,, but be...

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. — 27 November 1870

4 oraSaa~Norg Star dCatholi.U Tuar Montao SrTa baa be with the approl of thh a Suthority of t[ae :outesot e admitted want in New Orles - 1yAdevoted to the "lntereete Catholio Czheb. To prevent all failure, at e the permanenoy of thmadatai e S," based on a joint stoa'eopaL, r. tal of which is one hmed sn S .ollars, in Ave thousandl .taking, a m t of our Dlocese. " .tJ.M. ncamaoorao o Naw O ofoeuerD •. . `s, tee'. ."HOW. BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" Tern-rooarm'r a., Is N" W ORIEANS, SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBEIR 7, 1870. NUMBER ....- _ - ----. .w_ %. .I ,.;,",] - ...... . .. ,.'.+-.I. t v.... A hi in- I as vonare awar d=. " th, se I ant retaining I . ' - I atiihdIIc Mssenger. X OVEX R 727, t, Sir -Us ON. r ape Sstepm are slew, ant aoh way PM 116 usean OR"S- w wil oww- that 4 ie vain, 'il sesse thre-- xra for bl TER, on *An IrElu Tal- E" b'ha sa. _ kij ticfrom which wallow" had Hobert was app hs Ffolr sic espabt. owner w a there that do t th ...

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. — 27 November 1870

]wUl at Wi t , ssjinitux' ote FOR TH3 FUTURN RUU[XZX3'AXC OF THE THING. Since by the help of God we were per aitted last year to begin the celebration df se Vatican Coneil, we beheld the business of thlis. t weighty and most sacred undertakink, by the co-operating wisdom, virtue and industry of the Fathers, very numerously assembled from all parts of the worl , oceed so that the certain hope be&ld upon us that the fruits we ardently desired would happily result therefrom to the good of religiond and to the profit of the Church of God and of human society. And, in ract, already, from the four pul lie and solemn Sessions that have been hpld, salutary and opportune Constitutions in the matter of Faith have been brought forward and promulgated by us with tle approbation of the Sacred Council; and other things relating both to matter of Faith and to ecclesiastical discipline have been brought under discussion by the Fa thers, and might in a short time have been enacted and promulgat...

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. — 27 November 1870

otfth yaes~OhA of oro re osi @rt.-'On-Sunfay afternoon last bho Churoh of Notre Dame da 'Port, me western church of the city, sa Mly dedicated to thl service ofin bader the invoation, of is Moss th or. The .Ildlail church of the gal suburb of the itqy known as Port- fro p dia dedi re than thirty years du I 1841. its or was the preseit be blshbo of New Orleans, the Most Rv. ar r.-Perche. Portland (below the falls Ca -irigilly, settled by a colony of Fe mae mlgrants, many of whose descendants eco iri stl rviving and are. stil ocpyIing i o aduef their-progenitors..: pas- Z uhip.of thd. Church of No ame du ha ewr, .ter.Dr. Perche, se iethe late erg athelK-_ Vital, a man of apostolic rai rete~, o continued torship of let "fi-esnurho the cloSo.R life, some an twelve yesgm ago. Thh "s oy was per. rep ormoed by Dr. Win.m.cEl keýr, Bishop of Zo Louisville. After the ore ay of blessing the the churoh was concludedi solemn Pontiff- aor scm Vespets were sang, the Right Rev. ca' Bishop otiat ...

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. — 27 November 1870

o.Rer Om1L Vray ne.. s.as. Martyr STAf.-As will be seen by an a t elsewhere inserted, the an- r ema la nof the three lay directors of 4 is taper will tade place on Monday, the r k*oft 'December proximo. It will be held i the bailding occupied by the MonwraNaG ifs, in the Davidson Row, Catondelet Sedmeet, at- o'clock, P. x. and it is much to 1 Sb 1desired that there should Abe a general amtendance of stockholders. Ame&suisHor Pnacax.-We translate as Odle owe from the PropagaesVrT We have received a letter from Arch tbishop Perche, dated 80th October, on board cthe Sty Lawrenej in sight of the French Sooast,- and nailleron landing at Brest. The ' dispach which we have published, and I -wrhitwas addressed by his Grace to the 'tWlcareneral announeed afavorable voy sage, and the letter now gives us some i 'eresrAng detaila. 'The weather daring the voyage was bean *.tittand thewind favorable, thus shortening athe length of the trip, and making 4t more pleasant. The steamship was f...

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. — 27 November 1870

I*eat ! on.' its v dear when hea r. esacert. om'vr known was es .* ..v 4 irewamp` has turned up ip iota ais;z a itu, ld ., r apeeches iiij:si~irille 5I3d uiv cays. Gen. Cox l said to hanvde m .iece .de@. w'ownty-hvte pIranqrN death by S sh,~4 votion to ,.S rlag the past At-. shkoh, t. s"alp, Daniel pWebter .d Sary Clay behave been arrested for robbing Wendell Philps. Si$liailees near Orleans, whose Inhabit ants hav.p ia i common cause With. the aunetlrmers, have aheni burnt. ei 'Thebuneas men of Poitland are making arrangements to establish a line of packets between that eityiand New Orleans. B- asuia's eotteo manufacture amounts to '*.50,000,0 annuaily. Before the war in thbis ount Vddid not possess one mfll. The Boston Port wants Greeley to rent the Mamnmoth Cave. "By subsoil plowing I.mlight bti made sfine opennl0og r straw one hundred patents for perpetual " - p Lhave been granted-or applied for in uad and France within the present Century. Gen. Grant is learning to play the p...

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. — 27 November 1870

seeseii .a Evictfos do InWcklow.-Poor 'old Ireland stAll saffers from the malady that has aickeed her alipost unt$ death. [ Her English apd pro-English lords and mastefi stilltsU aher luckless children 'out of doors, in oi rthat the land from whieb they drew s ienity living may, perhaps, .be gi*'eup to Scotch sheep and English cattle.' 'rete is an account of an eviction sceae lateqy witnessed in Wicklow, which wel a in theDublin correspondence of the i.Rt Y ork Herald: Alas .l I fear there is no hope for the Irish peasantry, at 'least in our generation. Adother land bill must be passed, as much Sdvance of Mr. Glaastone's as: Mr. Glad - e's is in advance of the:bld syistem, bo they can secure in their holdings, sld even then tl elr, position will be pre arlons enough. Though not as attentive Ao business as one coauld wish, still it must be acknowledged that the ;tensant farmers are the most industrious class in the Irish community. It is unfortunately too true tlhltwe want new bloiod...

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. — 27 November 1870

&.. his bill at' sight Sn't in' from thelack as the asses to the cornfield. i b npih ter .lke a cowardly I Becanue he runs away from his i'hVee ' but hofsel ammed is that which Adam eWoer saw, t Parents. e*hof man fin the: entry, a few days I own o. a sh*sets' nest to rest It did not take dim long to rest. A Joas man bas evolved from his inner I oisi agu.mess a conendrum: When is an I l l ide like a clock When it stikis Swinging is said by the doctors to be vpry- good exerelae for person's health bbut many a poor wretch has come to his death e "Do you like codfish balls, Mr. Wit " I" "I really don't know, Mis, I cant e M1let eer attending on," replied Mr. .,.hqtstl l `,. , . t Thy ; ce4 etweeao a "country" and d ~citye.i eorn is, that one would like p .know eve'thing, and the other thinks n cantel him.a t 'iA ,i;a ith one idea I. like a peddler i ass~"v ested all his capital in one kind t . ery nd then insists on holding to oiýeyboy's nose. ". es r mind the obituary, Judge,...

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. — 27 November 1870

force and its j1'ta1id upon thte p Hool Sud fferings n forbo apIlion constitution .De u int for anything, i. on t .Legisaiture,. d 2eefle x cited byth theg Stest aost the Holy surpatih the adnel. he ToWn C fo it also been early in th field, ness. sent forth as able ddemelt ex- De of ita.ietest . th dontiet of We aPists t tbt i ei On the ther r a demoot natio which will Egar wor the Littpf the Con deration, Pries vfj t doi' yWIfor ehiFabLit is to ti o l, Cork, geyry, ~at er.l county and .if Carbtholiso l be held in A sud *will-" of the most impos- revi. t*ich bat rver taken i isatbemetropols. Meetings are beig plea t atthelengthand breadth the l"d. Z43ery place the same feeling of 13 " o4ao prevails, and the same sit '_t"t l-- express theaympathy of i tple with the Holy Father andaB on of the conduct of his ene- aor est. In hisdeep affliction it (for a consolation to the Holy Father that his sorrows are shared, and at ip -their power made to salle loved so well. The news not Rome ...

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. — 4 December 1870

, ,,- ,-!.. . . . .  i", ' ; 1, "1,, .... .. ` ' ýý ,! ýr K a ' f '\ , 1 ' ... .. . 4ý -r ,ý '.^~ 'A , t..ta ýr 7 r 9 i- fý ' ý r SN ,. ' . Pol r'a. - k l- b^r a ,, at *r Wt ,`. a , " "". . dollare, :fe Svetsom ad she ' o xr 49 !ea _le. at~ Non. bg9 i~ ~ eg 1 m e to be t o ng I t,, ~ l m a e' o~ d o m Dl o o . 're, +J w raea ".r~u Dioceubsqee. m.-oiI C t er. .- "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEN THAT DRI RG GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" -° ... U. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MON DECEMBER 4, 1870. on irand Catholic Messenger. I - by r. ieetyer rover- darkest disasters that shadows the generally -nomon her fdelity. And ti n e n~ni I .......... -- i ?egflltlfth o' the --od NU....e - - ", njU-Slar and Catholic Messenger. *LRA ID- a SUDAY, DECEMB~ 4, .18.6 -*.0~ ' A1 R G HOME. Ysyhai tl ri hsmewsrd foms every land, _e5 Wer fines k sining strand., - garmets ar all aid down, M " white amsnantheyret on the mead One by one. n 3tr teMy rest heyp , throeugh the strife, Sthe Iaeof death* enter ...

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. — 4 December 1870

,-. a Nov. 18, 1870. Sof this I e hope, to b cu o c m as A. Ba- a Govern- Toles o °.e of ethse o e The om eporte the iter * antions: ' ie. •m Swe have behseld with adwrw c i Ew aa Mackin, of and con i ardln, ennsylva- a ht i a rolUel neessary to ampl *.ti4lPs exl tzp V ofth sense of The chi S titoia: epn ar we have beeld withrsorrow canti igtoa `the forcible seizure of the one.p by, t, ._the i prIla Go ple .nas in steal so on thpligt faith of treaties the sidt lawni o laet and saint.. e is absontely necessary to This " ,. d4 i~ eti of4& tligio6s body that library, whipit wholl)yuntrammelled and which r. 19q as, an&. whereas we regard A cops eparture from this. principle as an still pr aeon the rgights ocf conscience, there- One ae - Itdd. That we, the --students of The a S e getow_ College, D. C., in mass meet- grand ag:,a." iasembled, do hereby enter our solemn tain-sil S tat against the system of spollatiop ehestn . .-,;robery inauareted b~ the Italian. most .~ s? euen...

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. — 4 December 1870

thesevirkeu oft 4sa ThenegsesM ub a go-ahead on ~a- fd ,re generally istaken, o0P t timawe rt v~~ tive lIk the Court tq thlihat their landlords To a nation still sel sp by unity of faith St. nantzl of phila-ph oEo-eda oeea thed t S tn elastleI anthis ed e oa of wave' in ~igsh settlers into aggra S{t that Irish.eustoms to pouiples :~~w ~ may pe be nuore con- U s t en's tre sleohathe ter leos W l emes of national a t of the island et I la rather 18 1qy. Famines and Fe- a skp oaout_ "Ei nxmdaey and thin tic somt$ Us impnartial and well- tls i tmiasesto r tells us that et t- luast twenty-Av.erarsb the wealth D Sn d haa. largely' in a aseed, and her s. osy br been much inmproad.' . , as unaderstood in ER ad, isn w, though beggars are requent. s ma on the whole have 1 Hman her l~Ca pnees quivtherIq t tef the wbaurmu~a Ssinaudible. It Is siavA Isish peasan, p nga 6erma- 0 can oosed._-P r- a Sold erte k d o thlou, 4hatshe v .tilavery s Sst of ohas mptiousness yeA Lady Ambrly' sholars do a...

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. — 4 December 1870

'aekawlsdgse *G frithw _ Ta e R bm wtre meat ed. ae w emoia Tti .o tdanest onla wltisepse re o ..: o p I imP aay repost S otpeoplae seghtw tho isre the S ii ohr sme t a n lace. t n ( fair for t. Francis' eveong. We hear t ted pnau~t:weqst ie at n irt bsedset with p o .-,bdbpa a", ,a. thi ismi the w Osmhope that many will wh omihs 1dttertst in this opo. ýi hs San akre to s te fw Y-respect dds .... as p tbe oei att tJ tdo iensre the - mos i of speeiad notlie, that the Roman a ,^ it s t ir more onverts to their system Te tae cs Wrotestanet mseonarhea He s : I tt .h eCollege at anthr ana, - sh, sa--tsnvsr.atnla wit e oiers. I found a  - --emy - roerab n ~eling towards aSthe k his I, they Sword a. to the oture, btt I believe they emahy to welcome them, and only wat ers the sanb eiesor prjudices. I do nt antprte ay mediate eyssten on their part, because the stay of most at the m nt here is sh.t-.only a temporary expewriment. Tf4.pglsay mentiont these facte show at Yor Chrldptan....

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. — 4 December 1870

".1 Italy - as o tis re vo~u-, Sn e C o 'thoebtiesey , a i sedi re, in o- the M t tot7 do miclb0of he'rt of Italy was - it was h spiai of Em ``-r of wBin # y was put t erbto P1 ies ateor ages eeon then o a edeo o n ` io, boat, vertk' f.d It er city of am has been deoted t m e props eof the Catholic f "b'.e study of ot . Iet l d i rese rnvaioae or oh ive is be ing thi See oft er t o Lor, t domicil, of he Emieror the siPope has beestn Ason ofHon.u~ Georg~ " h. P brdeougho Co iso on loe_:h def oekers fPinaerd. ee bo of onteree Mll suffered in iden a o tleqa llyesitalefhobr a otlmer ateeren Lozaond ands and omrib eae 1i thover A Iboalsiepheix the atb fos Eitalo oftnetawer Popes. e this, t iw in msuinyr otihn rieat of tself We shall iee. Miraileuse liquid" is a pew name for Jersey. lihttag." " The divorce season in Indiana has seot in th unusual severity. - Naph ityI oinvested r10,000 in the ler tile Lottery, and web $400. .,0 The Emperor of Brazil is said to ion plate a visit to the U...

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 December 1870

us so. uo. 0-h 4ereasip 6 with the.s an~s~haou 5 de-5 otleo tthe no ' and near the Id.Asi ft |waves ~ earth- bil of JT ewry.--The Swiss alaa semarlkably expert workers in metals, asa wilbs in artifacial ride, or imitation gold. 1i ae S lteojewelry, ti h French ar.t- b tfara advane'of ay other C e. n c Me paneacture f ormoud oros is *g for, disheau~js. a'ade satirely from brse~,o but w n by es P ... - i giventhe appearance ee ei -. -. hsknill aecntrpa)tieg r longy pne e-it t , he Ibata ea thper fmron is it '' ti dal woaeds ei arth-l bro hi aes orealevy of m iation gthat is eh 'tulanticoneate~~ s 4the ebl of. merit of broohes, wl :7i s ear-rit' ed yt. artichewis that,- ,e o " .ate ds rk Flagreet ore islaid v *'worke, t ais plrtlelrs ian ot exeeution. Pm rses amkId ]poreles, or Iitation gold. !ra~e has Som es prtclous oJe lr, , etr rch atre exhibi ap tastex aieasd oh -w ~ ~anfacuroformlualo ' k Ish hLfoe m in th very front os| Sthede Itis trly g onderfu to wt :t or@ of malatio...

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 December 1870

S--r tsheeps d number out know-er n W ex'  nes. do meet some om the bsh; nowir, bo dtdI oppo. rtheirns e'L o own know ?to errol, "I tohavej ireso " when the wit lrextremes do meet some e to po ei ensted a-s for Sthewmsrestb ushnow s het 4k m sw·itcela froi artiio` directly opposite reasonsI eti cannot getblock, ain s so," snownai, and the boy, S. to yong ease,"block .annot tell whao go Glarrik one day ere y migt not be so forta . 0 ftherisoner eaid, "pNo, youri made it t been bro A young y was appro the ngs ther - " " said the fond enin in one of the old block ain't J~na*~y4'i'" gupess so," said the boy, gber saied who asked yo"Dog blok-not Ito ge reoners were lately acqitted of a ebt o ti thrae ltld them not to go ore again; or they might not be so ort-t." One of the prisoners said," No, your torsh; we should not have ooie now ifre e had not been brgh abought four years, and. d yotheg ady teras approarth.ed the otherge, enng, in one of the chaferes, by a sym- re nnylvani edit w...

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 December 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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