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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 May 1868

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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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 May 1868

-lzW OtnLAnS, SUNDAY. MAY N. 1e. A lamp-lht baurned dimlin the Hotel Fder, at Genoa. - had beern formerly one of the palse of the ai, il rays of agh1 thh -diloaed how were sad faded the lag and walls. ' A Sister of C ad been sum monedto perform ce of nurse to a iekk person sat ce rom the bed, but near the shaded night-lamp. While her eyes gladesd -rom time to time toward the eooch, they returned unfailingly to the -book of devotion which she held in hei hands, over whose leaves spread the litte and made the words distinotto theo es o the ploas woman. She recited in alowvoic thjra'fore the dying, for the last sacred rites ha been administered and death was .war at hand. A rustle inth,'bedmaoe the-Sister dran S -mte -ito.4 Getehea .&nig, the reai womasa us shb~ e4ere dying. - the etren of de p- i the once S, * :aat the aUateie =ltUed itseli .a-ý_tpoan thopllows. ,She sat reot -and abelm dark eyes, whose brightes almoest, , ; glaret around her, ga.ed eagerly he selfpossessed ...

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. — 24 May 1868

e• e ..,-istW;, ".,-.',mW e.n,- , , itees oti to h faloidws te t it Wnill e the pi s.. ..ohare beoem-: e~l 7 _n s o Ke n s.eal cam of ~houh i-iaJWomaa wa" ,e-eapda - A ma. oy' -yers.with u vmai ton-[ pora reotE dempoied o fad o part. Of his l~ .powsesaina, havItg manysu "-viigou.eeth,. I even henf' ars~r++ d-r h C - s-anin 1 faith as about to atll 'om hs high placeitn I Clhit aldomi eh om it hi breth "reat rdosoniao in ac yd Tel tetnmi of "ath of, oan aathPets and Int Paul, mid to join with him in tihe exaltatiem of aartyrww e, olike them, I though in far re  -faithful i clan i thteoat ic M-tho wh cannot t erice qf te h~rc g The f tir `wind their i o aay wnt,£, wi tbespiritual pisim e eageriy alon oa ere ni te e si athe Ib fa rsct u  al isoA ' evidence tha t, Tven lteuaotys oe thilrphant and nmao legt .  l amoralepoFeglas noten- co tiemly lg aseninemey. hough m-l ons of si kSSib6bsd2 s' i i' ht orof'thebaln ao of ma= h teuialiswa, in ieo4e .me or other of its myriad ii f...

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. — 24 May 1868

- _- asm •51 lief: r rl". , -1r.J.m 35s Sta ±-...w., $1 so p15.. .. s b  iA,, sasi .m. csag.". ... I •j~cgw 'e Gt M me G. . ohmO .s •su. ae smpers . _____-a--- s m sat srseQst ed ohe a r elm a rsh, whic h rss ax =in -ý.- ou - ---n.. nub. r ad. ..M a -.oraIstI, th oh nllsc, tahe. Veigill omfea-e , dti 1bli ada of aset an derably known oo ers. s -Bp. D" ".10 - t rabstiaen i. Abtinen on this day is obli gatory on all the faithful, but the e9st b only enjoned on those who ave iatta ined their ua0jority, and whoare not dispensed. C Shonoed - n'der name of the rof peted edi4orof thi~ Philadelphia Ulimceslebrd chr was noticed inhur or last, Is Mr. Speicy, andss OaialazMk. SToRY.-In our next number ,e will commepce the publication of a nermo a will b dlivry., by "Jthcqeline," who iVery already fa-N. J. vrably known to our readers. - FAST Dnti .- o atnrdy, the m 0th inst., the Vigil of Pentecost, will e a day of fast andrefer bstinence to tAbstinen made on this day is obli-rm, :gatory ...

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. — 24 May 1868

Howmeassue .r' as ae s. Those woirlave hsed itsu b adriee te -go again where thble'` ` 'd t" dame musical feast. Thoee who naae' eve Lh.d that o,,pport, i, a etab,4s tbts work - I one bdM ssuitaL · rwend ofthe world. a-it a I tI~Itid!Isi itfpossib t r It is leaioable to 'frnsear 5u .tie anee, that tls woilerful mass lips,!sv.4 bees readhsmA tMi A:oa ctinle, is *a*Q this ooae i-~n.: We aest.~ti cIf Haebe haa Cobined for t1i1 gred efot. all the _urekheabors owtheltyaetmany - other of our ba'sse _oeatner, w yd ge~. tlemen, naeabseatlng .n atta early ea hm. dred,.. This nrgameent awny otaleut wflf be aided by the grandrehbstra of the French Op isa ng; osa ne twenty-ive members, and the effiot may readily beia agined. The- mtshd am lD-eI (.npwan) and adame D-n.a(pto)- of the St. LoulCathe (tenors,) and Meers. Bremer and Whesieer, (bass.) Thoe drgants and leaders of the choirs, will also assist. We are requested by Mr. Lalache to say that the last rehearsal, with fall orehestra, wi...

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. — 24 May 1868

xOzIM UEA AND CA52 Slm E WGe. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY. MAY S4, 1555. OW1X W OCATROLZO zmTmlwJ*l - DIoCha or NEW YORK. d.torlet Mission at St. Patrick's, ew York aty. The Iedemptorist Fathers, called by the Very Rev. Wmin. Starra, V.G., to give a mis sion for the benefit tof the.;parish, have finished their labors, after, nearly three weeks of constant occupation. he first two weeks were devoted to adults; the last week, to the.ohidren of the parish. About ple ren thousamd persons received eommau nion during this mission. Confirmation was given, by tihe Most Rev. Archbishop to one thousand five hundred and eighty-thred persons. Of these over one thousand were adults, and maumy of them converts -to the faith. A .Rdemsptorist Jission is OiMeago..-The misson.at the Cathedral of New- IYorkris hardly finished, when, already Fathers Jaeckle Enright, Wissel, and lathke, of the R2eemptorist Order, are going to Chi cago to open a mission n the cathedral of that city.--eeman s JournaM. On Sunday...

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. — 24 May 1868

NEW : 5A:t pu IL A dandy is· tbi wbo would .--Be a woman if bee But, as he can be - To make falks not am. Qu th Tom? 'tis * be,worl4 So much njusticq ao h asbound Nay, answered John, himan heart , b e'tv. on 4xe' ts$4;ound. -A deed t jdg -'Z:.' The wine duq-y--P ni the bottle. Tight pnfts-Ashnatlcal breathings. aTruaesste---T1f.h( eah6N :d ; the notes which singers like best-Bank A safe lgbery is not;lways'a safe opq One lanht)4" d horse; a woird*toM What is that which is found where SsuIss. The lowers of speech sprin the. roots of the tongue. The most dangerous bat that flie night is-the brick-bat. What do you inlway do before you go to sleep ? , Shut your eyes. Bigotr murders religioi to frighten fools into the belief of her ht. - When does a woman's tongue go quick-' est ? When it is on a riilroad. - What it that which is l tened bod being cut at both ends A ditch. i Why does a donkey like thistles better than corn ? Because he is an sa. When a shoemaker begins to manufactur...

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. — 24 May 1868

mEmmOe I as s u Mil a3W Oar.aNmx. sUNDAT. MATr4, C .4 _ - --m wmX m ItL -- ,We arepleased to obeerve from the fol ewhing extracts from Texas exebanges that elleon is makLng nmuchgreater progres in that great State thanda generally supposed. There being no organ of Catholic sentiment -in Texas, ire e compelled to rely upon the .fwer ortShe-eesar journals of that State, who are imlformly fair and courteous la the coaleotloSa adpublication of the movements .of our elegy, si d Catholic intelligence gen 4Wrl>. Will not the respected pastors of .cha es avor us occasionally with itemso Cathlle interest t The Jefferson Jippleede says: " We are yi pleased to learn that steps are being u to establish a Catholic school in this .ity. It deserves the aid of every citisen Se dsres toa"ee the great cause of truth Sare a Nenou, --s, w ~.1 ar w wma assistng the rap building up ofo our plane andamntioni The elitorsof the Lavaca Conoaereial, re fersing to ar eent visit of his to Victoria, says: u ...

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. — 31 May 1868

big yy tiryn .. .. r r. trt···rP~~- ( . iM (· t v 21 I3 . I.)7T·, · : t -·, I, .'VLT 1. EW tL NS;G MY 3ri agggrse rsM ANID CAINum == sBes W OEMZARU, SUNDAT, MAY 31, 135. . . AY eAeLS. - t I TWi QUEEN OP TP.HE IEA.SONS. S. a • . Da. 'awNAI. 11 Is divinel wheh the Highest hau made. Tla5t bdys that He wsuught, till the day whm He e Abi sabe owrwtu and around. n mI tbb etrs os .paee, to its uttermost bondt.  In bst m ea.pd tsleUievese smiled O ite the oit bire like an innocent o . a Thke theatater reoad e thf s worek of power: Yet worldy bItar still, and a bdriger than thor. And abrlht--tn. . ea bda madhd d He lhose h A" de ý could mehat Ivable best. ft To ext reasorcea the or posead. Bit I ima of  rws of islntte hand. i" ~Whle&hs ad aland ever mast stand; ; o perct, O pre, an Its such a atore. The freshnessf u and the sweetnea of June,. And the ware of its slonate neon. * Mutleet A eptember Aerene, r togs t match fr my ghraous Queen. Or s dl cayare thune n. n t heir Joaneoas ...

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. — 31 May 1868

f1Yrtrp fAr see ahf e1ýD Oh'1 nEW OEL~.NS& StPAT, XLY 1, m. Dhrr tbs Ontllle Wwts.l NELLIE NETTERVILLE; ONE OF THE TRANS NT Left toherse N down to collect The ditation In whi h_ -e In truth, a calm erage not aften the her gh in ord.r to bear up i TY. - ' -difaculties. Happily for eref, e brave 'Irishrirl was possessed of both no com mon degree, and the trials and troubles of the last few months had ripened these fo alties into almostnnaul mtrt. The gaation, being, in faet, rather under than ovethe measure of the truth. Lord Net terville, in common with many another un fortunate gentleman of the English Pale, had been kept.daqolnu attendatce. on the commissioners at i until both hope and mopesy ,tfaed him . The absence of homecomSIWt5 told beavflf upon a frame .already weakened- by age and sorrow; and -just at tli moment whenhe could least bear up against, he was attacked by the plague, w'hih st that iery time was making most mpa tI'br*oc atnong.the native Irish d iron cons ai...

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. — 31 May 1868

1oinse a= ADa -ueurmo em res xWR QUILzAZ5. SUNDAY. 3AY 31. ,se. wU=Zu ?WiU or aNKMRO'CoikN3L1. .n the evening ofhthe Jslt .May, Wen alu Phillips. delivered a .eture on Daniel O'Connell, at the Academy of Music, New York., The.ttenidalee was large, eight or tea Cathol clergymen occooupying seats on thepatform.. Judgng from internal evi des, the audience were very enthusiastie. Some journals pronounce it, the mmst ap preeiative ever heard on. t~,~ subjee t thougsbit has be~aeatd by master. inds. It w}~:jIesely be ,ecessary for- us to say, that.Wp ,pet totally hrom the lebturer in hia peger view on the South and slavery. We ae indueda togive the aoneluding por tion, beeause we recognise in it features o~lng Ul justlr e to, O'onnell's towering gesndlhis trillinag eloquence, his hercn lsa 3lbws eatn replendent achievements. We wpnkld;emark upon that portioiof .it whiq;lws reference to the rejection of one tho~gapd pounds from New Orleans, tthat from Lis-ignorance of: the real co...

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. — 31 May 1868

' eal, Beyed h'50-'7p_,l,3_U Z.SO- ls t irev. . b, ... --+ ' " a ie. Jli. alle . a Ve.l.u i-e-- l m m ues, .o , ape raeoa ,. 4150 ereuiry scab qa e NsutsI Pntteos h e Moast ev.an waed fAiswo Dwil emoawilsmenalln 41 bthe Ca' nthe, a t Aiftere eedmril, io Lwi ise s t bL -e .h,,aled adewse eaetsn ast be paid for tl ad N 0W ORLE 8v .*. SU l, MAY 31, 1(1N. CAUMJ OP 'Ml U=. h _ ._MUts _l. .....;----.- - ........w. ,, d . , .... .......... !  *- ,,+o 1u dy...June  t. - t dliy, M aryr wdeneeoay.tJ 3-bO l ios oell.ahiolir ance ·T·IME N pnCT.-llye rte ladtohber tAfter a dhaanone the coe lete wn-e . of Spais. owdetr...Jne atSt Pul aHp. he De AID TO Wgne 23 tOnS ANDw Ts E mlu U LTI OF T N CUNC.-' Ceatslbuýlea e urmael publisf ....he ....5 31 ion00 masomerTes Ai a ...... .......e.... ds ro t Edward LyniL (in aolder) ........h ' 1 e00 Anonymnaue, (ecOsd contributlon)-........ 1 00-440 Tas CATHEDE.&L.-To-day, the day of ntecost, the Most Rev. Arolhbrtbop will sciate pontifloally at ...

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. — 31 May 1868

UMARWe TV AR AID o8aTa LI MragEa ' Tw ass3W e A i0.35 ri , MAT ast, 8..e In our isueae of the 17th inst., our readers were presented with an ably written article on the advantages to- be derived from the "ubarge system" of translsotatlon. The St. Louise. sere , thy; d iist. contains an extraet f'em a lNr by the same gentlesmn, whleh farther elucidates this suateet. -A few.more such men as Mr. Elder would do more to reconstruct the South, and place New Orleans in the poil tion which nature and nature's God de signed-her to occupy, than myriads of theoretical charlatans and time-serving politiaians. We hope the day is not distant when our people will awaken from. the death-like apathy that now pervades this community, and place practical men like. our respected correspondent at the head of municipal afirs. Then the shameful speo fade of d bankrupt treasury with ample resources .would not make us a laughing stock and a disgrace in the eyes of the f naeelal world. But to the extract: We...

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. — 31 May 1868

mgpm=n.Sa!, AUD oaraD PO-eam1 n aW .uuLKAxs. aUKD&l. MAT,as, 1ise. ----, . • -- .""" A,.rozsa or 1aw .oi',trmue ASCEPIOCESH OF Ezw Yon c.--Oosith. tics and Duedisletio.-On Saturday, 16th inst.,the Most Rev. Arobishopadministered the sacrament of conftirmation in St.'eter's Church, Barclay street, to four hu eie and nineteen persons. On Sundays Uti, he dedicated the Chu.ich of St. M 1a" re cently enlarged, and preached at e igh mass which followed the ceremony of deds cation.' In the evening, there were musi vespers, with solemnh benediction of the blessed sacrament, and "a sermon by the' Rev. Wm. Quinn, of St. Peter's. A New Church in New Yqrk Oi(y-=By.j authorisation of the arehbishop, the Rev. Gabriel A. Healy, late asgqttnt |'; S.. Peter's Church, Barclay street,, basseursrd a temporary building on Thlrtetianet, near Tenth avenue, which isahirtlyto be opened, as a nucleus for ,a'.new parish, to relieve, in part, the p urssure ont.Joseph' and'$t. Columba's churches.-,l bl t...

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. — 31 May 1868

ammwamu wan aqpu £p wem m"t nEw OPAN5 DjI a as. si I. Yo wn - If this was I~.~I ,,tbehRest to apply I ng of nowr.ad soon it .dienias plant... No danger of geting the . o. CAMPHon DTo GAPES The dose for ,e1 icve uweeks old den ea When the' ttothrsmam re fo the camphor To -Mam -Cows -Gvu-rMu-x s writer who uns his ow h ive:C ~ofoth ilksth is wanted in tai,uroi g  e d from which,~e ma d- and sixty ofobtW l t yergvete1f4-,Mes syag: "If you des rei tet latel ýd o ei milk, "give our. cwjr .time. a day, watr ts Jryp weie týr. .salted, b In. which 1bran hasbeen. ,t" d.at the rate-of one quart to two gallons of water. You will find, if you .have not found this by dlly pactie, that your cow will gain twenty-fve per cent immediately under the effect of it, and she will become so attached to the diet as to refuse to drink cleirwater unless very thirsty, but this' mess she will drink almost atkany tme, r in ask for more. The amount of this drink i aordinary paOlleach time, momrin noon, and ...

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. — 31 May 1868

aggaggrU MZ1s AND Aar.W M&gaB iaýorZar on I RaOearu AT VA TpWW. THE POPE ON TE. ASPECT OP APPA1RS. In the Cork Examiner for May rI w and the ibllowiag account of a veryineeslu event-fite presentation of an addsrs to I, Holiness, the Pope, by the 'oielgners so urnming at Rome, and -the answer of the oy ather thereto: It will be perused with interest by the UCaollo world: I must tell von about a most beautiful and touching ireaumstance that I had -ti great pleasure of asisting at on yeiteAdy Ap11 16.). As"it was the fete day of'th Holy-Father, upon which are commemorted his return from Gaeta and his deliveranes trulyakitaculous, from the grave seildesn that oeeuared a few years ge~at Seants Ag nese, outside the walls. It sWpde4 to celebrate the day by presnt o la " oli ness an address from the Catholic foreignere now in Rome. Aecoringly, at twelve o'clock, about three 'to four undred gentle. men assembled in, one of the noble halls oi the Vatican. I never saw a more eleganl a...

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. — 7 June 1868

" rs ý" .. 'ýL3ý i t , ý " .r(,u ;)>i ! " . . ,, . . . ý ,ý.'ý i i ;i.; . .. ii.f ."r a:' ih . .0 f ',,, "!.' Jj '. ;;". .. ý .". _ . . ' '' .. ,ý t ,rr1ýý, - - .ijyr "1tr""1 !.r. . iri "n f .? ý;;.nrr )-r n .h " r ý 4r el'' t;t 1, m i .. 1 " d'U !ice "}R la , - .. " F i'r R iii r" ·+' · ,ý· ' ·; - ·· r t , . .~· :··; -it l~aý" OWJUU 1% ARQTE ET F U TA·."TIING OFGOO THI BI. 4'a?·· I Tom* 3*WP .0.4*.- · ·- i· !)i11 INN ·-: - j If p'i dod ipr our lland. *l'd thelk hewi' of the' west, aais sdtreanm: and highland _O . _ 1gwere een, A u on her Sthe min wst t 'd rewond her 'Sea~t e. lie warrlor yn .And ore Wha thea and wind tisy aorshiped For the girions gift of Green. uotthe PAn Ores faded, And the d altars fell. Wb P o easeo, with glowing words,. Hi nobartafth, to tell.K 'Inthe Lrek. I the glmblemn The Trlnity iteea" 'Twra thus he con ecrated there The wearing of the tiren. And the nation', heart leaped to it. And thence for evermore On their breasts and on their banners The lshlin...

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. — 7 June 1868

-gios armm Am oars rm- ame 31W OULUAR2 5U DAY. JUNl 7. 15S. I(Rs the at-lle World.l NELLIE. NETTERVILLE; ONE OF THE. $S ED. "8say no-more, d p omore; trust me I have not ea for the first time to what straits the sad necessity of these days of woe, may bring us. hAnd, therefore, taWohome too ti poor hut, bqt more especially to those who, for honor and for conscience' sake have laid down wealth and power elq ewere, I havte ju Qpn word-one gratinl bud that is d tte e; of a nfz t auusnd weleomes." "A t housand weleomes !" re b avuiering votci close to fle ge elbrsow. He turned and looked fort tlet time stealaty t Lordo Neter ewhose presenee upto'that moment he had been barelyy ý -a#aI@o .The old man had rirenointi iotat il, 4id smnlln and was doing 4M-aiql of a home, of howeer humnble=-lse wasyt the undoubted " Our house' is r, -sir," he went on, s" once, indeed, we oested of a better; but let that- pass. Such as it is-such as our enemies have made it-you may reckon assuredly upon me...

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. — 7 June 1868

..3_aw eO5aN5-. sUanrY , Ju.n t; .es. DumW OfDenteir Dowling a elf treason ealoby 'aH ad*" att: Wbklng, Bekr'a s ·eame=*ided in the .Hes Q Cis .a ji#s. Colý e$dgoe ,, , forth ¶ qashing of the 'rondUt bne of the Sjury i3MWr ht m1,e,"be~nglapiatdt the tqappeal 'of tine klndoft 'thete is many seerd. ukt s, .howet, saed tiabtSir l+itm oy sus  n Coleride agree with M H'tba j.d.nt will be 'i.favor of Atp't error has als6 been ded ld the n11aee o n the; eeso of;4.gputine, L.. t pl Byrnee as `diuld of tie injluries at Me sBaearek railroad sib t vis..{ ' ( 1 ..,; ýit ' ;i t ws aipblUetq des .the request for the release of Mr y and Pigott, because the prluoners thereseie would not apply. for & otumautstion of their sentence, or. premise to ref . ,: . ., At a late meeting ,of the Irish Reforin League- the following 'resolution was adolted; ".That the Irish. Reform League hair with the liveliest satisfaction the agi tation in.i.~eor of£representative for Kings town,as its influence, po...

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. — 7 June 1868

.TbD , .et ntC ....... -. . .. .by.I. S.ryo . . l".. H- J.llr C 9.1 ..be tna5 busi o sas, sr r s beeas tT a b o sonl. o -~e t. - Sas.d. to Vloet it. 'i csat , Dose * er If o e she ,otarut o*** *-**---. ** )................ ,l a Forryt" HOf_ a AT THE ATsHDRaL- The P FoIr-rt or. I wll tae la tib All t osmeat dsYM8 a5mt be geMe, t atl, Irv! he. y.. alNA oU Nday, JUNEud y.1 an l at i'.. es-ooa mnui ed iet . Preov the r et H Tnt ony. F JRT u r T5 E o. b the tr y bund5y 1 Onet The = Wy. l onather d o rill preach at seven o'clock in the evening and at high mass on Sunday. maion, etc.---On Thursday of last week, thse .Most R . Archbishop con0rm ed, in the outi eInme ou the5 g atera of( t.aol eph ttioty se>en tabernhment. Sister Aimee of Jesus-of the me com tWe he at eorwaled, this weekrSaafth re mittance of a thousand rames for the Pon- wt tical army. This makes in all, up to themo resent, ve thousand france, equivalent in 50 The e daollars and twenty-eight cent. on sidering the su...

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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