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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 11 December 1870

17` " . I- Y A -Of -lo NIW MRANS A x,. B U l E 1T C]. TH .. .. . . . ..... ,, E O~.E -S k;·I a mreria S soldat fiop t medta am in Amerla boe and Mos o  ol-enwad eon f b e0 lof humanity in to .d the proyim S . .epuntry.  ai a aed nby mew ito whih stil lae wel-kno were tshedding the sympathills, I rinion, yet so stll that no i this strangee an e Moral atmoephers eisati prevailed mntoler @stijkat, isit were, for lao t, wind toir the air, were son pio, ayet so stil that no ^of bavole df thune border an, were pre pnkwn throsu ss m.gh the oa wing, la ngus -doueo# pa onlyf n oleted, bu Sthe d sleebi ntuld haveNow, falera ty. At thbt period ofng my lif we.very delicate, and ns I sat wif S trs beside me, ad mthe baborder, p, ouid noodismin, s tha wloa S oght notohih I bvn fallenst , o r let the overwhelminabsg tide of n nesrt i d" tatiosnta,Atn that dprsd not ask fo thO s needyed seic them from psnterisn ' famir r as thelp ol hidden in the rgvine the breo I thought I would come aioe ,...

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 December 1870

,.t-. 'n< oli S hur the p *eft " .hisdr -1. Y ,h . `e our Sare aeeod , Win wnth o 4t r la The rates the is s inedft C man n lierielf t as tr n hits psa uuddr .fthe forms of or this reason the Caholei  hy.`"nga.-ae uses thoem usee upon' the mindt C. and lhat his ded Yseoo agote ttiake. %wheol.yas a unts; and asGod has nation am. senses, as ` Vai;at faeny, idi ollows that p to its misse, ls take in rhole. ature. 'Therefore, w 8d everywhere embodying art to sate m ssene of beauty. A rell ist d not take la the whole oT snt comne iomnthe Author of lin st presedt God to S iy: .iuodt: who created us, lo u earhh to captivate eus. ben oeemes in this way, the Arsel shall be done to red ttbes oa s go d thand the answer Aems love.. beligion tells as do this by ovihg God supremely, O oving our neighbor as'ourselffor the ,. move - the whole.` world. The a-eve dreameofa hospital Christ en to th wiPothis greatest of all i4o( r foundation toti'w eir, and the 'poor, and the Mwithin -her sou a...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 11 December 1870

.a o 4 ot t the a ..o t torohe 1 ,;ith t bob t revin Scy ited the age an • mof conquest * nd.1 con Sthe new intuders, the took 1' t -me 1mre f , reposessing leat. "for l . rii .h aapa Pi_ n hbis own :ve itseliif k 1k. tju the prop-a S mathis 4e thevi brsr power appoin the. ,g: "mlllD. deseeading so1 the eastern coasts. •. te .aons,however, were not conie ..  adah secwtrrly subjecut that they . ` nesshwhnei bhe ro er 'stried of their dew / A. "tdespatch an embassy to the egatJ  eoifor the purpose both of ith them ron favorable terms, ... o t. ~ the nw itruth ofders, they rmor t5*ool['e.ert measures for repossessing S-themselves -of teah tomer pow per in the lsd somumeadshe equipment of. a hoan I·+sitLe lr',i thon whias t he y per +' mind descendinof grea the eastern coasts. 3hsi1 preparations,' however, were not con Smeu4h steryb sRhelmey but that they SQed thlliears of Williand, and he de ed himself o despatch an embarge witassy to the uliv court, for the pcourpost,e both of ...

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 December 1870

- " A s 'lV`. -in the oe,'w .1 take this SAl toetaolders at ar. to: the priepthe k iii mibers of all other branches ýi I was the fortunate winner of the mag. . i. r , of St. .Theresa's parish. They will mar h toa the school btlot ng on Erato S huet, snd tbereformally receive the prize. oubt the occasion will be a pleasant DArs o A Pmesse.-Trs ev. Fa other Frangolhes ;a foriteveralyer pasent the ablea p faithl pastof , eh Cu.th o hs. artholonm, Algers, died at JePr. ea Ce, the perish of S Jame on the a.th et flled varlea Important. oly in the Chat the far cue year there as perish prieste took charge ofhey ill antil the eloec be ls. At the tildingm of hideceaseto ather De was engaged in forwarding the buprding it the Churchb o the o l Name i Marybe a larse and .me slids new in prcgrses of eretin & Villere street, Father Det-a was highly esteemed, not only by the * e ocee of the plaqe, but by Protestants generally.-. has left behld im var monSent of his Chear. .eIsa to Lon hi...

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 December 1870

.1 of Boston is bullding a 4 i« Londoh fob pol t bsi bythe soo. b .ta ios sat wM oppned glf ;ti the eivelfo h ab sed oh 0t the, SuInday; preaching. is 05 bequite a eommon occurrence a s selling sweet potatoes in Flort- ht a eity eants a bushel; the crop is un. th Philadelphia enjoys the possession of lbe "twopersons entitled to the appella- 61 tie of millionaires. ] We see it stated that, then Is an hospital to in ~BSem into which a Catholic priest is e' noet alled to enter. n' Thw'b lantg Cents tunnel will, be com S4187- the-Hoosac tannel in 1875. nn boes, h Vt, teeently, an auctioneer 0 e lot of apples, of fair quality, 0' foroilts cent a bshel. 4 Tbe amre no less than, ten prominent 1+ oaees eldby primners in the North Caro H-na State Government. We, at thbe United States, as a nation, are not yet one hundred years old, and yet we have had three wars. i About 60,000 were realized by the fair clatelybeld in New York for the erection of a a new Fonialling Asylum. a Tilb decrease...

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 December 1870

jtneO s of the' KNw fýT1Mt'.Oý 'ý1'ýi a' Ai·~Cookin. -On the the 'lTt& 1qovsber, a the City of Churches," a the. tsmpetae and relgons oolatesle ta · _·r pit twoy ebrate the layingof the feadeat's  st'one of another edifice in ta ood of the Cha.tians. Thirty 4 4 glenedarts (according' to the e.t t of, eomapetent judges) were the am- mn avoinf o ble koeen s agateu which from the i. d haa loushetopsr and eery:taqiible ' e, Idrand k ain wlith avidity tht e-ast. P3 ne d of the Bishop. 'iehop Loruegh b S:::I1 asssted by Dr. Gardner and Fa erI i#+ twJ ellr ,eommenfCed the slemn otak by i n tsvoking on his knees a bles.ing-trrma on high on the work he was onmmencing. He' h tIl tos and,` takqag a trporel, marked G " 'taLe sign of the cerosh on each face of the t stae, and, taking some aortar', placed the o sten' in rositiotn s The address by the oe Bish~ as. short, .bet, appropriate. -He o w-.that' having addressed them on the o -ma o snbject. in tdn morning, he felt he would be ...

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 December 1870

se most marriages . make a pipe, how many ,#'aU l ike the It could a  amedo why tall on.yia because -rd by ace," Free w c in love, by, dose rose est, who offered bail for a ad e if he had an s rm. Oh, yes," said Sman." of a.' Western paper, . Ohio as a sickly ppended the remark, eonfined to its bed." te ~ It.we read pf the dam Sby the inndation of the Nile, d thinkthegPlgyptidnswould wish bad b'iieet'too 'well'tO rise. EI not offered you every advan #' o og father to his son. -"0, sthyouth ; "but I could not alg advantage of my father." euoung fellow offered to of 'g 4youngJiadies' grammar wi'st boastingofthe proficiency a li, that not one of them would noun husband. -iy danger of this boat's blow up." askmed a timid passenger Asimerican steamboat. "No," ly; "" but that' lady there is one et, and she is dangerous in that hat herhusband sayais true." viltlng Dartmoor, Eng ed that a gan of men were An'tbe moor, ech wearing a ball . He asked one of them why was chained to ...

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 December 1870

ia -sounds On BSeday gbthe city was disgraced riage Sriot of a .ther serious character. It Louise, d!fed fromiiaIml t of the same kind in so tie blo fr It was adeliberato and wiOtou, and With ela o rh as she'is any nosibility Ogf seeing, olf th , th-e peaceaible InhabLttfta of the ind-d we are cases lt which the aol- Boyalt tiid the population cbme into conflict, we are where there is only a balaneeoft blame to Irelan, lsawarded against one party or another. event But here therej I nothing of the sort A produt party sallies from the barraeks at a com- passed ratively early hour of the Sunday even- either Spursu their way down to the princi. finish. Mp thoroughfare of the city, and there, Irelan with a " " and a "left-whbeel" march Royal upon tit 1* of arespectable shopkeeper, privile r~l~at~ck~S- t the owner, who probably macnu #w~yd uevU one of them before, .and, stabti rush pel-meU upon a company who were of Cil qietly eujo ýiqqýýgýtbsibielves. This ao- her Ri liievemnt'a histe...

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 December 1870

-rr y r was ? {A ?Q r y e ft .Tms4 *V ft ftftft f s g r · ···-·rrs.~~~ .. * ihNsIsad gvimewt a .: 4 .5!"x ýr .y 'yh .I ·v P '/ tiM S W , "4 ýy , t Jt T ~1, dea "" tI1-eaI~mm4· t. thedi · .o h..u reumat .''~~ ~~~ r *Tf`l ".L .. / "1M4r {.btW VT 4 ,..' ?i" L l ·:ý n··i r .,.. 1, ý I'l ib Qa , -. 'N "' VM P-edt amuesee ara HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THR FEET OF THEE 6LAD>TIDIEGS OF GOOD THIRGSI" * I. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY RECIBERL 18, 1870. .WUR - mI PathliI Manonwr I nouaced his blessing upon each Yes, indeed! Ia kind Providen.t whe I eaoal no easrn - - - '"" - ý we :' ý _ w da raw of l00 On d won.I ··i "ý , P k. " Oý ol to bei~a 8:s` as k ' dBB "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE' FEET AF THEN G Au~ TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS I" « NEW ORLEAN4; SUNDAY. ·EMBER 18, 1870 " " 'iw. Cahnir MaeanarI nance hi blmingupo audt Ye, ndee I kid Prvidr. hen Dod n aiCatholic Messenger. 1 . DECB BER te. 1674. 40% THOUGHTS. al'leC thW•s an autte r toughts; we look on 3 er at to seabsem.e mbe tin thin away the sCarp steaes on...

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 December 1870

Aid A001 t o" ped at their Hall IS, C-M gg ts at f w. X. on disdadr ~aial, Deember. They prm ceeded In a l to:i, gether with tt guests from thepther Branches, to tbhe -.ehoolboaeuf-ithrn Rev. Father Keniy, on E .te the flag .tra ited by Misst y,, actting for Mrs. ~inne .an, _4:supervised the able at which i0 °: Qfor. F r Ka ry ad e assemblage, gij t1q dzbme advice, tber whlch : Mis ;Gibuey ted a beautifgl; .wreath rand two ing bon -tothe AsseelatioR., In Sfew felieito Well timed remarks she Yhopen prse in that modest and b ecoming manni+% 'bhareterIstic of the 4relfsmati en.side. s After oeelsigrAi'tae e &ssooiion re Sore, aid erenide.' he Rev. Father BennyMtus Nolan, the t6or of a beaunti f: l w . An tShitr. last anniversary, Mrs. B. Ptinae and MiW Gibney, our well S4 now townseman John e(ell, and the a.n~tod. newspaper oflioe rafiter thdch!they Mr. Joh McePhelin, d Abtrii thet flag 1-h ltI'blf of the Assoelation, -m ,. the fol ltowing remarks: "hi2e. Faie , `ifsG aine and...

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 December 1870

S of the haWis r1 !wlibo.iet 1Sman Jus S .JQlhUassertion 'o aone we io mw s oad the entire of manti-Chritian - and who "steal," .,-I nvad oprivate rb i~ a enl urage spoie h thltiag.,for blood+msay *t4q id man, against l ;oase .Iet To this.ndowe d . P-iper mal y be aidd ' t i nrubries permit; 1 thb-7 aid.the Holy i e ltati ·eBiesesd So - +ma ceomtauitiese and' S'spe dr devoontb for Saaoetn We, Ahbeld' alm' seek jto iqfg ew < neli iutoiý> the :work of the. º W u. r. ber is. not only a h b e apotled aid poor. He .who _ supp all the spiritual n ofoters, imay.now be amststnce.. Let, .it be ex-. witia liberal hand bj his1 i da lpeatkin Oct.-- 1 wtbthy with tHe Holy o5 I ., were made by the 1 rigatie s ofý * d.mst ,of the Catholic l Pati~w ',grk,and the work of h addrhes'wi h ive of the con- l tlWe. faithifl dLock with him, in ihtened condition, and the protsi' tfhe Catholiie of Aec rica, the sp1rition of the States oet the :aas,*iMated in" a- manner that e w thorougbly the fe...

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 December 1870

that "" esewhere, a new. srnt lit.htb paper~9,e late iastalled . F s Jerdii~isai eoyni 1an 1i p an.da Kenny an Messrs. ~o·l· Rapier s4nd Gibbon ate .tfee= Sm)lerical anday me r of tion b Lil btloe warmest tnks ,of f dews ai are due or1 g.tlemeaa now g pm this ,it mst e sai tkst their places "aceptably illed. With the. ex- T rq'3!e tha: e p eareer of this selt ,i and i satand that it has ea- hav t public patronAgen in i entertained that the he 1 ,:: a sand energetlq gentlemen n charge eve -r wi! fAnd their labots lightened and their, the wadiits oa crowned with succeas. He eve Ul. pu'se8naething or other must fall '."f; e ttatii place at St. Patrick's to- ii "  fay, after High Noas, as we have been re- but raputsed by Rev. Father Flanagan to invite, poa . n IU *haif, the presence of allthe friends i *. ·r C9hurch at the hour indicated. Not present parishioneis, but all who Chi wefe formerly such, are requested to attend fro High Mass this morning, and remain after- P S arwde for...

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 December 1870

er Sir Job e ofe of D b to the itii eoalM Thin libkratt 7. Mr. the oq "d eountry in rant" __ -"or capital so- CupPor Cohnd t plarge nsre C e .;wetea, -l, was Town I afteor othe pro- Beld, a Town I exami- politic y .of q9 royal - Mr. J. th sotad to riftln" oolwich, Roa i tk effect of pr. King's at except the p sof nti a 6hese are very few, Gtree , t owever, this w .- the - ef of talent vin- Flores every single plicati a ha the gouKton I atheto cndites n rses. of mnost Irish fa- Not al but no sooner will w v d a ad ir field and oandScotland fell durini uat id the pupils of our tyranl howed m the way.-Bos- Preset ya wit.of his Eminence dCado tflly into the questionli a n, and shows Mr. Glad- ivoef -what the country Quia u have. The Es has been done tai, tt of education are e rich are equally .Egli Sthe large sums honea S h optional training ourve made available rejoic S of the com- his ile ly with his End- becoi Stoer theo nC the N g tr lee lon tremr on 3th o_`f rsl ts Iremad.-the oth...

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 December 1870

wire, polit-l _tl o swstin ing for I a i'  eadJln s,' 1'g pins, whlening,. wep ilyag, wipnewi qg, 0the. ý r cp noo s of1 ofs thatý rdin thes of tin. t Not only b t whole woie a! peasaj trade, but it l divided Into. i snnii :6f branchp, of which the greatet rert ikewisp jpecullartrades. One man eWat the wire, another straightens it, euts it, a:fourth points i ,.iAfth s it at the top for receiving the head sake the head requires two'or' thseedis tlect operations; to put it -eh is a peculiar businese, t whites-it is at6ther; and it is e a stlad#jby41el to put-them into the papers: ald the .impotant 'business of mnakim6g'lti' 'this "mianiner, divided I into abo4t eigttein distifet operations, which in some manuf4etaries age all per fermed by distictbhands, thoughin others the same man will sometimes perform two or'A h tf them. I lave seen a small Slnulr of this kind, where ten men aly c-hte "employed, and where some of them consequntly performed two oe three distinct oprations. ...

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 December 1870

e ý to take ln meaun Sdw hi ot's was e h a fresh SqgeotosLv ol rlel The Arctic no one- hs n ceeded in get utprett is attraldt lovers iaome pl but rich ones by e an wgf pot one, but use oIto is n ber one, and for nothing. [. ae that 'won't work both asl - said who .threw the fer iisi~ i~arried an heiress, V~4 p -·of 14is wife that Set rgure. by double entry.-Enter a nd borrow a book; then r your own and kdep it there. aft rwrorld's stage, anid men and Mel "mte plgbr where aift the ,apd ohsat come fromap , ,otrf. ogc cognty, Indiana, who 0 odsellare her her husband, pre -him witlhAfty d-uplars, and told him " He got. terin~exc go says: "The com of San F neisco embrace many The coln rs of San Franaisco be asha of themselves. w .a:' man who is so ex ethodi -business that when It even to his wife, he isei on 'taking a receipt. pa ho was ill, being asked by whether he had taken any ed ." No, I ain't taken any 'vaetiken Iots of physic." apidated-basnk note is going a piece of ellow ...

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 December 1870

to ths at no e nd divie, ,our isole , and mas and tha in their authors s ad abettrt cv beh Eclesiastal censures, and aIsc.. as the -as required we inflicted m ew those censures apeo them li Itl well knowi a fact that the arl id seapment has perarfssed.nevertheless ih of Scontoaiecyrand its plots, and endeavor- Ca . to stir up rebellion in our remain ti cpi es ba sending in without intermis- i its am issarles, to stir up trouble, and str P.very kind. But these at- A 1em sasedingas swas expected, on a '. unshakep fidelity of our sol 'b. love e ant`i ection Of~ our to - whlch' was remarkably ano- un wa gly manifes towards us, at last that $erfe',ppst broke out against ns eoin i Wth ;#"'  1_ e" during the autumn, of - ei lts wmen, burning with .f e " ead rsage, and aided by sunb . lde from the said Government, invaded th ,rteadrr-ip.r and this city, where many persons belongiug to the same bands had leadlfound entrance and ba concealed d s yees; and from their violence-and ki d...

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. — 25 December 1870

1 "+ ' i 'y a *· · s f . 4. ~ ,"R~r{' "qC ".mp , r" 6f8 M I re·-~i~J;· N· . J.P:i'Pe! tAoib. Y.'0. Vlaoeýgdent. Sw: T. J. tt 1·`r· cav. Jona to i J mm; Mr. JolvE tuabe eddreued to the ftt au a cld1oa i 6 ,,61ecild No.. bas.h subsequent ~i i', ,. + -rty iotIoes5. f 4vertlaemeata to be A ' .Dsa ~..a 1! c roaltnze "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT HAiNG- GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD TWINGSI" Tbomw. ` ý 1I N tW ORLEANS, SUN DAY M OkNI "' DECEMBERL 25, 1870, Catholic Messeng er ' U- pI3I&Y. DECE&ISnlb 25, 'A h/ -nth oe l p ray t.l -re while Beantiftl sing, sae i it L. I a lder thill the linYth ,tdsd hesl wils is wgile oes! 1outhsl of the wild music haeart and tr e beautifunl sing atmah ouna that Jesus Is Kin. tl l.ght.' l.. i manion, withn  thrlh tbe.nlght 1 p va1ltheiy brings our S~tavor and .ing. A ` .. TT'S DAUGHTERS 'o · t one of the institt- b -olesd of l "~wars older thana, i.the e a telf bothin sie afdarl that far-away, le to be the es of wet-andire of -d f e I n those o...

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. — 25 December 1870

. m>e 13,,1870. 10 Sethe thi Yogu '; /been so much on the go y+ýýag of.' 14 i bad littsatime to wr o; - nate cireutest5o' Mi s well filled. P eºei 5rowinEg it, and will soo in . ie;li:d qti its time, hen w will bid' a a -o 1870. Mean while our planters are fe, in our harvests,, and, upon the E auld not. complain. The sugar 6: ahrnitg out well as a general. thing, Vo we may hope, for _a yitqd of about' w, hogsheads as the .crop. east year CI " ep was 87t00 hogsheads. sq price'o ugar,. however, is-not satis- be r to ,producer but he is to blame, eh will bIuntil he learns to make less Ti andinmotbread. The man"'is inde- in, ent wirbose crib is faull of coin, but our P, 4low-to learn the fact. Shaisdne well, but 12 and 14 ri' i l",isa'the price the account anu the l ter reponed upon hi, $tli diffe~tne is spoil- of S cpret clation. Sr u atheio cola are open here. The n v Isng wel, but I can hirdly me .a St. John's School It has, a1 aany diiculties to .eontend ich, we hope, it will ov...

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. — 25 December 1870

n e 1 t1 e lseetloos, my' , t al nd ip OF al'd s# vi tally iuply ,itprosperity. w9 I ifees I Iiv the honor of to my country, :ad:I w see its govern- Pe ment strong, rad in a position to adopt b3 language an' measures towards foreign s Wperts staIs tash ll be .atisfactory to the ieenlngsaro loa, eitisens-of citisens who P' me not oly _l yalt, but are likewise alive re to the fact that a nation, like an individual, at must preserve self-respectjf esteem is m sought-for. ~qat our government can be re Stq on o e nditio lo11 and that is, s La-hc senstiments- of Irishmen shall dbe eeai-ed. If Irishmen are conciliated es 3,sMialh and American eventualities need m .eJite no alarm. I may-be asked, what is tl -'tional; entimentt The question has Ls been atked befok at a time 'when I enjoy .e e he gre.t. hpplness, in conjunction with -an hkondrale men, of bringing about a c spirit of.co-operation between different D pates in Ireland., Many of the circum- th satces are known to some still l...

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. — 25 December 1870

onp o anolumn of W and o .: > · Whoa rrOur en for doi con a to redera edtorf ommunid that, to commence aspei on the lst Jampusy pox., we shall publish in impo Seonspienon, plaw a column of Wisbe and ored PBsaonr bve tieATIOnS, std the rate of turn caUU wuu Lias. Our reason for doing this Chroe is, to put a fneiupm of communication within tine J 4 tho reach of every one, no matter bow limited bum, in means: The-MORINrG STAR having a large in c cireulatlen, will afford an available channel augu hwho1Uth advertisements, and the rates being gam' aregulated by the actual amount of mat- kind Si.rted, eiiconeomy-ean-be consuanlted to any of t"isst: - -.It ' ' We shall also from the same date insert mar- the riage and death notices at the same rate-Ten falle Cents per IAne.. here ix tical ST. THEEasA's PREiBYTERY.-We under- marl ; ,stand that the condition of -the-residence amo fog clergymen attached to St. Theresa's ma4 Cerceh is quite dangerous, and necessitates itsel some immediate re...

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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