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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 25 December 1870

a: . a Iý )ork as thiq I •  .:. ,.;,.* Thmi" " T `"I zanio ~agsiai tboasamaeait in Paris resola h seeWeatly been. raised. ra 3 to 4 per given Price They have bhad a sueocesalon of mail reaQli iobberias at New Haven snd Hartford re- all m nty. famil :4 female; short-had reporter his been natie 1,bde to the staff of the Secretary of the in terior. Re S&t. Cfolr i, once the largest shipowner Intr, ` .New York, is now superintendent of a for a oid mae. ' tion :.-Nliso' concerts ih Boston yielded to ./O A A At one matineb the receipts andp The best mines in Nevada and California the are. now, it is said, in the hands of English oapitaiit. tract :A Springfield (Mass.) manufacturer is TI taming out 100,000 cartridges daily for the ts, tt French Government. smo. The beautiful fountain of the Innocents, man in Paris, has been bomb-ipoofed, to protect bya it from the Prussian shells. lils 'Amoneg the French-volunteers is a com- d 0 paony commanded by a postmistress, acting y as surg...

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. — 25 December 1870

wwent of wMhi be was sable to read in the decline of tlih) aind, secondly,'to his aatrltee,'wbish led him to abscond from - visitors, or 4e.ty himself company, . by which mean he, deprived himself of the o twho methofi by which new ideas are aeqd or old8ones renovased. His mind, ro .i thse caulses, languished for the want ' of reztlse_. apd gradually., collapsed into idioey, igýirh state he spent the close of -ia life Ian hospital founded by himself for persons smisted with the same disorder of which he finally died. Country people, when they have no relish for books, when they lose their ability. to work or to go abtead from age orweakness are very apt ,- ~t become fatnitous, especially as'they are Kho often ,desertea in their 91d age by the "o; anger branches of their families, in con .equence of which their minds become tor pid from the want of society and oonversa -ion., Fatuity is more rare in cities than "n decoaptry places, only because society and oonversation can be hadin ...

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. — 25 December 1870

ndSR iIrMd eufid oi:Messenger. MW OUAi seNai:. DgUxVnDa sa. at.. WIT £8 gWIp1uox , In man If eeveg days make one week, how many wort will make one strong path If forty perehee make ope rood, how he many willmake one polite? who If five and a hbal yars make one Pole,; f how many wiltmAlikeal Russmn pnr .Do you indorse a .scoundrel when you e ct yourmeaark upon his back? best I" "to.be or not to be' is the question, judi whatb is the answer? - ther «Put money in th purse," as the-pick- that t said when h robbed a manof an g pty one. t Arteanus Ward's tickets of admission to who a. 1 etaures on "Mormonisem" are inseritbed, was U"AmtW the bearer and one wife." lose :=* dealer in ready-made linen advertises Oi hias hirts And ehemises under the melliflu- read oua'appellation of "male and female en- brot velopes." him The-president of the Fat Men's Club has Beta grownt $6 fat of-late,that the other day, seis while-oat for a" walk, his shadow fell on a child-and killed it. best Mks. Moddle...

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. — 25 December 1870

t .S tar. al7..Gatholic Messjn er. "F FZlPROA RilOaxh. o'.u, Nov. 23:-Sir A..Paolet and Carldinal . Atonelli.-1t snotis now certain that thlie iii terview lbetweeu Sir.Augustns 'llgert ad Cur dinul Autonuclli, which was replorted oil what A" is generally good authority, dill Iot take place and that the converatniotn was an invtention of' the Litberdl pcrty here, thongh generally be lieved its Rome. The peculiar cilrcunsttulle of the Vatican and its present illaiccessibility lend great facilities to t he proplagation of fals6 reports, and it is'frequently difficult to ý aseertain the truth.for two or three days after a report.has gained credence. Sir Augustus Paget has returned to Florence, and br. Jer vol, who is the preseut Resident in Rome, has been some days on a visit to him and returns to Rooe this evening. .The lerolwliots.-An attack on. the ,Vatican iwas threatened last night, but was provelited by the arrest of twen ty-flve desperadoes armed withrevolvers and daggers aboet...

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. — 1 January 1871

.5.31 ~anu.pa "uow onu o llAU .t. ý .. . '. ,_ .. qy... . .. .. co !.. ý t . v. . . . .. . ... * . m iras,e t n of wee>i Ul oea a. it 'r', tI -` - _ _/ _ _ _do ll__ e " noBe , M * We a o· 1 heý iw IIgM. ot n s. . . T s 6 .W " of wt,• • _ w .,+ . . -.0 a . . . .. . . . . . 1' . 3Q mO TT ET7 On THr JOD Il star- and Catholic Messenger. 4 W SAN3. Y, ?. &AR>tARV , 1871. TBE, )1 lO VALENTINE. se.atr --a tahe s mewslah.n! t wlngletW ofw - al obeUr s asiety hovers le mod 4o es oerhs ood of oarn wl ssot bseha amaif tou ever bs6a nyel m esersant sa rlml otheirolg. iosevLI tu newo's helaat wislet eotrLab en us h dark oadesif rch tewich m o eat alovelghtbe I aroa4 l hsul d.wmow tor eover nsh to tad wthei . o seiso ng; bad tmuats our thrall can prolong. ereellmelol I adoredm b ate Roman, itatoest shod os Iljt thy brow; dm year lut es sot ong oour thee.lover, i em. seog t of fater olnd now. shoasl demle das th e s y applause ro the 1atm shall dance t the fall of the oema BAV .OiTRs A...

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. — 1 January 1871

*e iningShlan:: ad Catholtic Messengers alry of ItLw ORtFAN5. SItfAT. JAWTA.Y 1. 01it. tlhat ons The wig into hs a m. boys, hi ADDRESS TO THE CATHOLICS OF TIE UNITED cooler c STATES, BY A CATHOLIC PRIEST. -d emtch f FEAST OF ST. MARTIN'or TOURns, atch d November, 1870. ecion , The present school system of these Urn- o ted States insets upon you a grievous Do wrong. It compels you. to pay taxes for the support of the Public Schools. Intto o thase puhlic schools your childresadare not enter, without incurring the most fsariftl' 0 peril to~their faith and morale. Yd~ sFpight an a as well pay rent for a house nearly fell of one p pptients in the most ghastly cholera or yel- a tl low- fever. The English Govertimenti coerced the kenny .1ish Catholics intoaepporting the Protest- by the .ant Church in Ireland. The American Government coerced the Catholics into succs nmiintaining thr Infidel schools of America. The English Governmentlia abolished the 1798 snonstrous, unljust Irish Church Est...

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. — 1 January 1871

Y - e J Cotrogg, $lo .of AliLiny, 07 S.i Bailey has con- ,h pt iur o the Seatcus, rau- I qry, Iýi>e control of du ; t ,,o . ae + . a.. iight p P. A. F'eehan, of the C ... off $ ededicated the new Q St. dgets in Memphis, Tenn.,p Decibet 18.lto e--£hrisldan° Brot ers of St. Louis are a, y4lgeat" bwer Town, near ac SAn Chioen, W'- nsin, on the 1st of btRe. olieharc Bwa dediated at f .Tp i , on ',Thanksgivioga gDay, ai ,Brshopy : Conro troly, of th dio Si . ,.Bea P.ther eehoDonnell is of St.Loisare iniet'e .0Clyde, N. T., arnearbout Uatresidence for Fathero withb l his beaut fat ý.soto,"ti deh Catholies l. Yp , eon vs hank{istei) of Balti e lpreseted to. lrhop Foley, of h was, dFer GoDon, the imeans .g..iZ;.qu0.efion,. a gold .chlae abd ta in token of theider gratitefor Faher J '<-On the peaet of the Immaculate Concep the students at Roik beHll College, land, held a-meeting to protest against ,oiiation of- the States of the Church, the outrages to which his Holiness Pius ..,ha...

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. — 1 January 1871

r TS . I w~the. Our in ed that, to commence we ha on the 1st Janary, prox., we shall publish in able I a eonsplseoua place a Colamn of WAIwN and than 1 PzsauowAL Imwonasurons, a t~~ ' rate of Tan whisI Csavrs I.tz. Our reason for doing this efect _s, to put a medium of comman~etlest within the a tho asoh of every one, no matter how limited pen t at'ninas. The MonaN SBrrA having a large late .elralation, will aford an availablp ehannel lati .tor such advertisements, and the rates being the thus regulated by the -actual mouan of mat- As ter inserted, economy can be consplted to any that ,extent. We shall also from the same date insert mar tlage and death notices at $1 each. 18 Sr. Tanzas.'s.-Bev. Father Kenny is One 'meaking good progress towards a fund for older ..eparing hispastral eeidence. On Christ, can aqhe day thi eollection for that purpose in the th church amounted to 22=1 45. On Fri. and day afternoon and Saturday neit, the oth subj and 7th inst, the Tomhbola for the same Ei...

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. — 1 January 1871

~ On, eaOt oigI o .i N. Sbut more hat sh , who .teld tbles Ti r~ed 'h ass ous ad atsover St of t '. Ti ~tl e rs whilst I w * you aref f ' ow m at S gie yea this most slr b- o SAS s imiwnaendi doe ofwoease--o, colatoof the puso.-for ' o le ad reison fotr bom S It semr s tihatme that A phil errors, man ane eneit o o b' e slap o i nt w t o thhe ose a light and amoo TI u0q.iey are not re- hap o ohe parte. eoun public. oe tdao, and o Souter n drus asrefulln y and Aso SNorthern e, tewoh i get tmore r te uesne. to ite own h .ilw to 'tll you some- L, 1 I anre iss e' ohalrheady know, Ko theo tCiho tejournall pub-t o etshae.rt odw their whn lI Pa S`thi s, wish to insinuate toat the age SvAn a oull we the widst cir - Ao of a wetimkly paper anthe United nde.. I' m ire, thaut latien t itn attrlibsated ti eonf two aionse- ing rtP of energy on the par of.thetaff or A pre dation on the part of the public fort e tered taeir eoartsd Ramoru dewne ~iw, eatemeh I e oa opinion that the i po is not to i...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 1 January 1871

Cal Belshine at M(iidight-There is a monu- ad tar in th~ anth of Sweden, alimost on the ly I boundary i etween bhath: contry and Bas aa, situated so near: the Arctic Circle that rea from its summit play be seen the phenome- s ma of the midnight sun. It is called Ava, ~,m sara, a4i, l a tiesotf"travelera to tht sun, are frequently climb its wooded sides to get a" view of the sublime spectacle that may be -een  in mrh its summit. We fled in'an ex- ad ,.hamge the following description df the dei -seem . " It is midnight now, and over the wlh boandless prospect of wooded darkpess Ti the sun shines without lighting it up. TI riglht, but without beams, it stands above a te horizon, gleaming with a softened light Se -i'nd casting a purple glow on the gures ae nmeting about on the mountains. Now L Soating cloud obscures sts broad disc, atnd fa great columns of em~ ke`-ascend .hereoad br there along the horizon towards heaven. an The night ie warm, calm. and delightfal, r, ad everything i...

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. — 1 January 1871

old grac6tflly Is a fine ccom- wc way to make an Impression-Fall s - mud.' f.r Sie-.o to.e .grati. Y gt tears of H mali a manobligeto keephis ord? , " one will tak . . ". . o ike' p.otabs ttbo deon't a know. th they may be in bot +water. e8 r mist %otmt s'j:eap the sun se idnthe skies merely by its own la ness-The best ointment in the. a render a still temper.completely ,g good women make too much w wes, particularly when they wear w 3 e. d j fs' wbiow from a lady welcome - Iai ~eastriles you agreeably. It Is wel-. w a Ih.4 slept under the cover ofl Dame near freeshig for want w ', mes rich with-P dirty t dregret it if he getse i il nt ought to be to lrpow how to c e beiard of isl ~i ort, that l be don't know whether he has I BohmIsstillmuah.troubled to know Id should'at be discovered in pints b ass t:quarts. plain girl has one consolation-al- a not a pretty young lady, she will li lives, be a pretty old one. Here's a i 1 a- country graveyard in New Jersey a is a plain stone.with th...

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. — 1 January 1871

s ,b, t'e6 s .e etds the . w soon-. m ~ dtbu~m~, t , --e Nw dl'J- Itthe h thete es. ty. badng it 'a hf When S em. ei. pm t eits availabilityo *m f which '.c i Llr inave such I ia .ask.* bats*a P. p In aE . ".das iper i altee, it ha beaen b a e tur etedl ihen t'l ,nsaimt advantages, ad ignored somat peset. sesio ameaaf the peled. eac, faistane, as the ew didJa g~ea medium of om ma -lsto with the pubtlie Holy: bp'·wse. lumbS broke thel.k all world opene the in age. to the dpurkt of an tS whicth ptn'esd pil Germ .rem g.m. t ces were the asasti t ,his i hpr b. e teose !t * the euom aof reoetratin particular lb+ l noeta lit Oe. Otherisave dtn bhis t etthem. is T bar i de meinasasre the w w ibu la te a seneas almost uaprecedent rOred dne eadlt to er cane" we we are deosf in bha present eatinne in the buines world isto frieoc to the fast tst they ase-omet eol ke4 ao dire wa onrwd. of proemet ut have him f beMy sadv1er d i addlition mades te theireab- Italia " sset " sIem We hardly ...

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. — 8 January 1871

m4, as No w.- , * .e4*-,_. . ..... .... . . T I Rev. G. . r.x, -.,o "a r -=. "BOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEi THAT hIIl * GLAD TIDINS OF GOOD THINGSr . _ e I.W ORLEAN SUNDAY- MORNING JAN'"UARY 8, 1871 . "Lu;amN *- ---- a Emakmic lntn...rya lae eorten igrsfom mie'brat ade" led n as e ys ote i- n Star Aid'O atholic Messenger. i. IUBDAYT, JANARY 8. 1871. ar't. ltulue Tour elghbot Don't Name Elm at AL. s: ?aatcgis s. sa nr. msat 1m * **. we m *ortalsawe prsa. sw slsoa dieirsssare ou n i ........."". byneigh all a't ter neighber, don t name him at 's "s ta rais~e than to blName salaveorbesn]own siamo the Fafl a'si asyour seighbor, doea't name him at ye eas m and the beam-on brid whr h ro deres the river Main attheme; fort ere still brning, though the foot-al f ha d died nt nawayme hifor at dt eavet.nt- own a ylts to mend W pathe bridge from th-e town wit on hastyhe brie which crosstmes anothe river man, ad t were was comburning towardsgh the foot Sqach en, the well-known suburb...

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. — 8 January 1871

..msun .o ,o. . , m er• geo .rem5h le 01 S a ntl hgtmas," asitis No n of rrh, . te Other pleictrb " mebe vy 0f r'rla~ i 4 `Ii'reto*,a tl:ml s" one side and twh Aea L O R D B o b ' t h e great e reldgioUS fe, andartjp the dayin and tI rr~;byto l thele, notwlith- as cldo ýSn l¶L t of the prpophecies . ..O:arn a nat their very eyes; so pn this Pohr , a . heotie Kings, i n obediene td e inhaaMte ytheIiireriout lealding oi the star di aMoppg wn tho5hPr' ng no belief in t Ga  n l.asted to - a knelt before the crib,.and cl-tweua tr ' =t fth eIfnt "wrapped in sw had- Weo Perot ,thnu crib goarevee whi fore they fe di; , ere iog"k Beide. onfo t as ago the custom for kionr their oArni er royal peronages t o re tsign his h eiDnocnse, aand mrrh, reltsit to be conrtinued in some gathen l n of those thiro e kingA ba felt itto be time of or viour's birth, there to bo it epectan e his appearance coursethis ang y ofthe & ne nations. TheLord obe aiti teU mysteries of the Lorb r Persian, it is ...

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. — 8 January 1871

tOS meei~tfs.- _ The Smeaeting' the members of this t t held ti"taetf rooms, Grafton * The Obr was 1 asken bty Dr. Grat- Il .]Mr. ,Gliitb, ..T .O.D said | stad hawvg the letter whoeh-he, ii ow iboua to btin before them read a 'ordinary  s, he would ask a sting to let .him bring it speiaelly a . It was an important gonument ugbht :ti be the subject of bhpecia d deration. Itproceeded from a gentle- It whemt beanever .bad. the pleasure of I ting, and he greatly regrette4 that they b ~ the-bonor of his company there t ~lay-be I t Dr. O'Brien, the Dean . -, iwbo 'prinelples and whose ' advocacy of them were well known tl h all. Before he read the letter he o }say he thoroughly reciprocated ii d'y feolings epresaed by the Rev. a ad, and that he considered it a t alga that olergymen of the v were not afraid to meet a "eosult open and debate a I oa to sir country. The I t,. hethe letter, s fol- t daitletWest, Nov. 28, 1870. i ls e, are aware I had poart in the last e Rome - meua lt pre...

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. — 8 January 1871

1s it 90 YearIl s . . , 8 4 ' s . a .. l.. .. ..s. . as ............. . 5.. s 7 5 s10 .............. , 5 1o so , e.............. Is s s see n. s., s 7h oo le s. Advwsiments.*a, 01oreuatse each in. ivtieSatdlsent allowed sa'te above s ts, without disaount. Y.dtithi U'tht h buid as e iA..nTAstax .&dratIsenert.~ m. ofult ter on of our read orather Smith, ,hiorh will be found SM. Jsi'eph's Parish or Met secognised by the ties of this Diocese. Hsbaio"nto tugh not present at ight ass :Christmas at this M. barve bad tfrom the beat an thP the most crowded assembly irisi within that -building was col tiat occasion. When we remem eision-s ian other special occasions so ofted Sllefd that church until ding roetm could be found, we at multitude gathered 1d night. Mass on Christ r ormnance of th6 magnficent maess our friend, Joseph teman appears to as 'an organist as he is sing as a mcerchant. 4Mgr. Maret, Bishop of atf tohee Pope his full and lesion to the decrees of the 1 Council, and ...

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. — 8 January 1871

etad1;it dh ie tbee weater 4s;ste the th t~s? Aa break like as a marked feature id : . o. i dayo goods ad Methodist altlians within mad with Spoon name without old. in ola.o Jews have vosted to Swas 1;, 7, which stt forbidding me: and bewv in the synagogue. so. plenty in California muah annoyagnce to rail oppers in sunimer. at, >$2,000 proceeds this5 city for the bas bean forwarded. mews companies of this steida selling newspapers of6 aecr $8,000,000 per an f order to bulit a city has Just bought two brielsk of T0,000,000 bricks per plshre has sold his rer" for 1I00,000, nrtune by an ua y 87,000 tdiets who were the late war, only four t woands of the heart were 1toa d * route to Wdoes not, e good care of n, since it allows twenty ts urchins to ran rampant on y of has been celebra rdol natsive town, with ; he wa erenaded and ocharges tat rted salt, t become a monopoly-the g 884 per cent on the value sateys Boston tsast becom aa instances the OSunday ltheres as one of its down ito...

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. — 8 January 1871

o l p, ? gff toir "i. which was the t stanoe for the Pe '> .,pend-. "I" bear t oats, Dec. .&-T'.h Qrinal.-A person and that R ,he. ad -wb as jist visited the palace assures me Compts de Puarl Srkrl[e have been itded to re is the base of tt ve the sambol of the Holy Ghost from Junts have bee 'ttmlf f .vera of the apqrtmtents, and Jew Professors ep l= c itb1 the armp of Savoy, as ha and the, Liceo ee doas the Rqman College with the sidorable numb ae of Jesus. The Itaban Government but much fewer i resolved to inflict a separiatp oelt A at nunl itbe emblem of each person of the Bless sltd, struck while walking sRe Exzommeunlcttion.and aFree Church. Rome. e Tope's magpfioent Encyclical reached r ome yesterday morning through the. a The yasmolfo, Dwaeistraizra~on and Corlrepond- Touching leid esde Geseve. The azione published it our ears e once Sorniga hbut all the journals ofthe theVatieau. tholeparty were sequestered for having -wounded Zou ,up.ro l Italy, and no Roman aDntchma...

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. — 8 January 1871

above S wo'o.k ae" " Cslii- .n_"t f ras tit wht. a Plº ,Ok.atl ensaie 4 , d , rat oHereae tae t oth,4 tr" i" of deer," aa pe-- looking as if it he wheno be trodo a slady' odress. sto e, ~paja sbl~t fox sinaid panterP- "How nioc it wo' r JlgtQtat the bark of a tree. like that," sighed i:, _g ion ,1Deod talker like if skddenly remed fi g-t ' ous bore. mst be chspo ed t ea precioouns b the tempting gif i m nto lorking him- -to each as o death a ling" said an idle ng e a o an ew k leavings" the lito .n ways repe.ts old ge goods, willgive some one chaes him with sketeh of her ea n . Maggie Miochell. V that he will "spare to lose her mot his operatio s c;implete ,three years of .f fortunate in hbu 'iy u ye shl-. fornia, leaving hi isyou are a hair-yb maiden i w hae '*invention for doln- r giden sister, y' . Zi'r her itbrp her treq, e lI olmes calls akiss a lisp- his depiture; b uld have added, also, ceased to come. "oled. o years old, her a • o isement . "Two she asked ilge at.wall We ...

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. — 8 January 1871

;thateaidrn, a g filled with shrl wereo.li .and r their care-the do I colleege, the ball the Jadge.dePaix and *be the Communal` -House of tlt. Siters .of a, rwvdenee., ::Th town of .Chateaudun lig sifferte terlj by' bomb~arnment. The ltl *ew lion5Ob tht escaped were reserved for to Swerse, Fite; the Prussianl, in order to in Seomrpi their rer work ofdestruction, spla- real . the- isnses with petroleum, and thuen po, f, g.eit s. The distres in bhaaundun revs ta t thathat it was e. eed sntial by rigl oeaxter to psovide all necessaries for to i .,,T-iaaintenanoe of the hospitals under the boa eere of the corpse, for which the gratitude con .'of thepeople was unbounded. It was or- fan, dered that £d0 be senta to Monsignor De eve La Tour d'Au ergue, .Bishop ot Bourges, and for relief of.the peasantry whose houses act burntad4 property devastated by the the s. A letter was read from the in of J1ets, thanking the committee Fn rum of £50 for the distressed peas- ge] t cFrance, and anoth...

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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