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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 29 January 1871

" £ w wo ecnts oeight to ten iobbergot forty dl-. e~ sght years from put old iron inae them- pull bean lectes a di )ratiemal Bank of eais*dh ia hat from L :which'o is aterotw edo hn e. b a Sgaged fro his become asoelate et * -. ft worthbSf military frown inn of New paper published as i etpt of its inhab- I I ·I·t City Council will ever CO ma cai l s Chicasgo. On e hey'r soldby the yapl. Kay, of Metamra, Ind., has Syoung widow, leaving a wife an a Jl dleaR to mourn his b ieh Dukoes, of the oldest and -ei Rised lineage, have been kill ay wodi derg the present in of ,legislatery on Goose Creek or Intitute lass a law preventing I gat fairst Seetof t, Meassicars rew Dr. bprg they pay the highest w *orld for servants-forty dol- sup hind of a seet, and fity or s " ~urial ace was the Marriage e n be thiandi ates oDtmareauct : oe who bad prm yd - s maused the New Yark W es give up ait of their enatome a is not water to extend the ten ilk. " "'`' no midanight amissmeon Christ- ,r dioceesds ...

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. — 29 January 1871

i h alt s 8tak1a y;aag hounds was 4to ·-wagon," from the nd there put on a 'boa. While- the ship was wnu4h6 Thames, one of them d swam ashore. Some -In its iar nee at the saved, .a Tvered5-with upon it fiy its more fortu -' ts' Some years since asdog-fox w ground, on.. Mathfelda heath, s HaKert; ,WhenT dug out be w'sohv etomnd reotkibl w -ite atim; ethteIbre, the $arl o S:tatlend turned4ewa.: . tdtthe saute fox wasbhiled -hisnative plces, Not'very g 3'I' saw a cow bought at a farm Aboifsix o'lock in the evening st s-b]omre by- the purchaser, iJ i the yard, a distance of thherfoemee houpe. Ataix Samornfng she wasdfound hed: , quietly.e heWlng her :M bemilked as dlual.. I a. brood _ of. ducklings, o d, .witshout-the, hen that '--I -4ok them home and thon safely 'ina pig Og 4'6ound they were ver tthem snugly old quarters, at st in the neast in Were . "' laborerd us ie had met them in the ic 'Thome dboda ),'sst4 ur o'clock A. x., as he (wes.ingb prk. They had not been dpsiemmes whe...

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. — 29 January 1871

to at 1 a ycarrlus or the a -M idwE tos se 9ever be a ye '`li~"rtW but t we b' em B ~ Sn Dostager a Igt os l s a at ays' i t wh e t n.... a- drihr nk n? G yk he felt on Lof lfed." and too, l ase oiil . k up your 14 rleso ; r 'hto o g you are a0 of-heavy 84 ngton is, a tocrate, to be gratsetl for an mena of of writing of extine characs- ot cc ierence between a try and a Y hor is that one lie to Sthipg, and the ot thinks he q;i.'f Whata he difeltr een a cidl and -a blonable y P and replies, "fO the m and the other powders toBefore I ho sould ol ow what au " Cook- 0 ehoa l y t es dug y to same rea on as oamily I'm of a te s o eautratea t fed ga lady ,oas soo Snerwspaper. "Iti carac-hko even ion ones a Irya ay , said a mother to litte boy, a nhorul sthow atay boe ead like i1 you may want it you die." y shonld I get it then if a it now " c here, I ean't pass , " sid the eeper of a theatre to a who was to slip by utnotieed. Can't you stand stil, then, apo rs yue o he did. e man whose f...

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. — 29 January 1871

Rf..4irn" W-i· t1 tel -It thu '4 I1 The ami L ft - Czi 111ý _'s f . fi·. ~ ~ LgYb b ti o M. har wte . eto s "" ,Mr. m o r.aWie. vbt h.o..,nf d - . . atby already suffered an--mprison. Sw e a t ht i empled in severity ad humilla treheoo,'t'e lookingr orward eoofdently S- : f on when this aet ef` reme oitual han , a-rsle.est She e e as more is fah aidbeteý r not hav te gas t will do Tmuh goodke. Our on nd thi omenting on Mr. ubylet Mr. Luby bae written to his wife bit- m - tnd alo pathet letter, publis ed  n It o theCork .n~rof Wednesday last. Mr., at Jaby h.." already ufferaed an bnpruson- hf Tyeh yea andarqarter.-.an imprI- emo k neampled, its severity ad humila. at teafree rprdon when this rafg. gezoy by ih sembittredtill aorther 91* d rseloisitsp ar i *a hmretot, 1a~4mnds' y d m t haten orrect ills~r "de~reito' tut that f his areligion btis" ! hate, - s eflry to that is mast-be' 'upon filets, insteaI~btd offeel h3 - he e ewl e bl inadvertence, tr: denied theb truth oaf ChrIstla...

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. — 5 February 1871

.orntdgotwe *.a. arouse erA 18 hpsk rm i .with he appro mainly devoted t th I u r .Catholic Church. * Mo _ To prevent al Ahoy., an i aed on & joian ot e tel of wh'o rrriu. ;^krish I e Sbn dollars, isive SG Tdollars each, 4gprevsiqpm./g Wthe e approve it the o taking, and om to th of our Diocese, rH tJ.M.AoaooNW, ,,o a BEAUTIFUL ARE` 1r E>ncarrs 8 THA BR L TAsor BEAUTIFUL 8_= --_,_ THA BRING1& GLa) TIDINGS OF GOOD THIuggi= au.mpr ol Pe r l I a Idnil Graceb " - .I r A 5 7a 1. a yeeH e ik i ae a l e a d c o m m al f o o t at'0 d 6 W 0 n NUMBER 1.hv ifStar and Cath sengel S W ORLEZAB. SIIDAY, a 1871. [For the Morning Star and Cat ger.] WHEN iTr. REV. J. RT * Some day in Spring? When earth is bright When wild.birds And fewest hearts Shall I die then Al, me! no matter whe I know it will be a To leave the hopLa of m To rest beneath the To ]ued anad klie4Th , Ian h~y Home-oh! m ! . 1 Spmtner morn "  all the wins pl vWhes ~ bse hide each And smiles-the spirit' S Shall I de then ...

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. — 5 February 1871

jS j OeiUiiB s IUiDA . p1BB R.UA an 6 We are indebted for the following trans Irell latioetoour able contemporary,,the Catho- n i to ournRon li n eror: Brother, health and the Apos- CatI tolBeneditirable o. We congratulate you, fact venerable brother, for this, that your return was greeted with those indiceatios of or itis Swhile they tetified that thi with their whole heart sym pathid witTh e faith of their pastor, were at the same time redolent of the most open devotion to real the Chrch and to this See of Peter. We i theg churae likewise the entire body of i e timoro Catholics, ho, not satisfied w with so brilliant an expression of their the lil piety wished to avail themselves of theis wCof their meeting together, that sey might with oe,,af and in as more solemn man_ conh ae beeo bate the attempts by whie- we hale been O l d oiled of our tempora prinpaity and subjected to hostile power. And rtain ly sll p e is due to te weight of the to reasons alleged, with which they, after...

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. — 5 February 1871

rning Star and C Messenger. we-ain.a.Ns, sctan Yars.aen. DOETIC CATHOLIAC 03ICR; l0 ceath of R2ev. Father The venea and beloved Father has departed • life. We copy the ing excellent , traphical notice fro altimore Sun evidence of the r in which the table deceased wa by the whole unity : .Father Alexis Elder, one of dest and best kn tholic priest Sdiocese, died at y's fSeninar Sulpice, on Fri bt, 20th nl r f-past 10 o'clock e seventi j of his age. Fath r was lior t EnEmmettsbarg, ad, wher is t et reside, on of teer, meto and m a -six years of studies at emaeced sh4 l ; y, after in mW ere he V rn under lop of e. ordained altr 1820,by , ebi o s 5jam t received is eof the hands b thli , bishop of atoCarrl ted States. c priest fifty a gs, $1n snnecting the t thi s country,et 0 be~01 j arviving who ° coo*tred ~by ishop Carroll. p in 1822 as a s e e.r Soc St. Sulpice, tl S np only b this conmu c nite St e only other (o America nebec. The t is of French , the seat of I sat Paris, the St..8...

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. — 5 February 1871

Mepaing StarL AdL CathR1ic-MlasaanpAEr A3t 0 '. AN. i lUR&?.(intTY- W5. '522 - mICLANT. Good Humor a Duty.-Can any one de fine good humor t We all know what it is. We can feel and enjoy it, butit it hard to pin the thing down to'any formal defl nition. The good-humored man is at iill events a happy man a man to be envied, a man-on whom trpubles sit lightly, and a man who confers as much happlness as he enjoys. He radiates it, as, t were, and his good humor becomes an atmosphere in which other people's good humor, latent or pined half to death comes out, revives and fourishes. Good humor can scarcely be _pl.d a moral virtue. It depends perhaps as much on disposition and the sfect ac tig of ,the liver as on anything else. A good humored man must be ipso facto a -speptle man, a man who enjoys a good fliber. Now, a quality which depends upon the action of a man's liver can scarce ly be a high moral quality. And yet has uy mas a.right to be dyspeptie. Is it not a moral. duty not to 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. — 5 February 1871

* ng Star and is Meesaners, oit.L dMARY a. tan. ails your Joe 1" " I told anda a lied " Chbii is a chi a cbicken t When sokiI it ittle foul. stole ey can't tell Inese heathen in time n N ngland from ther heathen. sa kind is a gad monster, that loves ki tiokled,and dom disappotlited. isL ecoentric ohe keeps a dog solely ra f the purpose of plying him with "a relait se horses to reins it noes who 4 a follow that the, unaseoted by the of. ther. d arek is hews only "suane " P aris itheri " pomarm -to Josle-" Where tioth orth Polo "Top oat*sap, woatl h" repl i' it. econ. m sitalong e t yle,' Mary,' the .year low said when 1J.;.town on his tale eetheart's new et: l tio ' I have veryl respet for the ties of them ald, g a 'said when therope child patereuA them Man eacua selfor marrying, by went ing that. i 4s decl"redhe" dralk kissi c maii. view "duo look as ugh you were beside' chur rseit," ' a aid to a fellow who Virg staiig-el adenkey. a S.JokrY ' , manviewing a e- foen In md biows that...

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. — 5 February 1871

a ththolic Messnger. - rso. a bm . 61w. All he Ipoliticsl prisoners are not dis ... to avail themselves of what the falr catlls the "severe clemenoy of the -on." Those of them who are confined Eu Portland Prison-amongst whom are John O'Leary, T. C. uby, Captain Mackey and Captain M'Afterty--bave decided to re ain in prison rather than aecept a par iea clogged by such conditions as those apoaed by the Government. The First Decision Under the Laed Act. fhe first decision under the Land Act was -iven on lriday at the Quarter Sessions hold in B fast. The case was that of the widow of the late Dr. Moore, of Ballymo asy. The facts, as given by the reporter ef the Freeman, are these. Dr. Moore bek, at the yearly rent of £26 a farm ose Mr. George M'Carthy, of Lissavour, sien which he built a house and omces, ad made several improvements. Dr. Moore having died, his widow was served with a notice to quit, and possession was -mdended last November. Mrs. Moore aew put in claim for compesatio...

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. — 12 February 1871

. i " rflgStarandC essenger _gt"C.. * e vw OrL"-a G tM.Um Ob..3. a s.. 1M Ci s Eddd Poydraa and w .ý _ tr lice ao Ulzseteme peay are uia~a1~ dievoted tg,,th. ne rets(f h teetof pany a: CatholUo Churc A. mbhb J. PECe,., r` To prover i. (1h  P.ment. , T~ the s.mmnenoy oe the I pleat based on a joint stoc coant ?. ao a " ", oL which. Is one htn . ". 'pl. r".a , in ,ve thousmid sha r s _ rl ýr t, ...+ .,Join FI ; dollars each. c. . x AP si he Mt e. . .. Tos. G. We approve of the a. ",'s'spy* taming, and commen it t te an .beasi'sethe of our DIoose. N tersofas.Mrw'ng et ." 'i. t Aao mo or5 `s1 i • ,___,___._ __ __ _ __ _ - 7.  t,. ++, .. . , - . .............. . .. . 1551 S•anesost+ r+m. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THAT BRNG GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS!" e-ream VOLUMR `'` NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 1g, 1871. NUME orning Star itholic Messenger.I aiW ORLanss. AT. BRIARY 12. I, ten. . NOT. " t A. iPOCTOL. S Jude net; the et his brain _ A2nd ofl lIS m mo see; SWGad look te...

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. — 12 February 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger, 3W OaBLsrAaS UDAY. PBRUASRY is. l1st. Interview with the ope, We find in the New York World, of the 29th nit., six columns descriptive of its correspondent's interview with his Holi ness. In accordance with directions from the editor of the World, the correspondent took necessary steps to furnish himself with credentials froh high ecolesiastical authorities. Archbishop Manning, particu- f larly facilitated his designs by letters to Dr. I O'Callaghan, Rector of the English College, " who introduced him to Monsignore Nardi, ° Auditor of- the Rota, who took him in his carriage to the Vatican, explaining the de- P sign and object of the correspondent in seeking an audience. When they arrived, t the Pope was celebrating Mass in the fis- fu .tine Chapel, "and at the moment we enter the sight Is impressive in the extreme, and one never to be effaced from the memory." a He proceeds: ce I was now presented to the Pope in the 8 manner usually observed on ...

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. — 12 February 1871

Morning Star and shlie Messenger 5aw OBIuas, sUNmD FBU Y is. r, s. n. SDeath-B$ of The following we e from the Ne York World : We out from one of leading Republi. can exchanges the 6 Wing remarkable tory, heded of the late Adlni ral F]aaget," and - yit with the clear conviction that respectable jour. nal from which we it had no coaei onaess of the painful ifeance of what it was giving eurrenej "A prominent gentl of New York, who was familiar with the mirsl Parragt and who I think was w him in his last mo meats, has told me the owing'eharaeterls tic story of the great A ew hours be fore F-aagu$tdzed he his wife to his side and sid.he would mo sse ergnan. B~gIre Mr F aW t mtood for one n rish servant rlw as in th room, arn who heard the Admi nest, stred out and secured the attend of a Roman Catho lie priest who happened be in the neighbor ho. The Adsal drawing near the - adhis .journey, the et entered iut being ecoga by The good father was soon in ormig the service of the C c ar p 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. — 12 February 1871

zIazLLA y. a d Dead Horse Worth More than a Live p Ose.--The Bctea)BoA seraarecently coan. e tained an article on the dues to which dead o horses can be applied, In tho course of 0i which it is remarked that the animal must at be a remarkably good ose if he is worth of as much alive aa lie is to theretorts and in kettles of tile chemist. As soon as the mi horse is dead, his blood is sought by the va manufaeturers of albumen, and by sugar refiners, and the burners of Jampblack. Not a drop is allowed to go to waste. The mpne eyt and tail are wanted for hair-cloth, bow- mu atrings and brushes. The skin is converted into leather for harnesses, for boots and Is ta shoes, and Jtrong oolirs. The hoofs are used for combe, horn-work, glue, and in old times wero the chief source of hartshorn, w now Ohilained from the gas-house The wat Aesks boiled down in the rendering vat, wei and much oil and fat is obtained from Th Some of the choice bite may find their way into cheap restaurants, and pla...

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. — 12 February 1871

erning Star ai c ger sWp ORr.s, A 1t. 1tn. WIT "HOW can I chest 1" asked a miser of a physlcua. ouarting a good bi heart in it,n ply. "Sir, you have your romise," d one getleae ther. "Oh, neve d; ea make r ,jIet as pgd" "Vomen,n rea a ontemplative anF "are su deep a bluewaters of yon bay" "Ay. sir," ro e4ldisappojnted onend as full of dippointed A German being itdied to give ' re ceipt in full, produced the following; after much mental effort: "Ish fall. I vants no more monisb. John Swseklammer." "I say, friend, your horse is a little con trary, is he not'" " No, sir." "What makes him stop, then t" ;" Oh, he's afraid ý,omebody'll say whoa, and be shan't hear A rumor is afloat that the man who dived : into faturity ,ame up drowned in tears, I and has since been in the depthsof despair. He is now better, having dipped into a book. " Bid what you pleab, geatlemen; bid I what you please," an auctioner kept cry- I inlg until, as if by concert, the crowd ex claned, " Very well, then, ...

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. — 12 February 1871

U*d I Star and (o Messe ger. W3W ORLZANs. BUNDATL. JBITUARY 19. 271. uali.L&MoUS lalwt NEWm. The persistence of Mr. T. C. Luby and I of the other political prisoners, oolained ia Portland Convict Prison, in declining to acelpt a pardon on condition of self-ex. I Ir i oat oh has Lad the effect of inducing I edm Government not to insist on that con- 1 ltl3en. The prisoners are to be sent out a the United Kingdom on the understand- S that if they returh they may bero-im- t ne but they will not be compelled i Sgive any promise or pledge as to their e hatare conduct; uathat, as Mr. Luby says, C If they do ret-a.i- t this country, they can- t pot be charged with breaking their word of I boner. On this understanding nine of the r psisoners lef Liverpool on Saturday last, c is tom. Cunard steamer Russeia, for New u Kork. During the brief stay of the vessel in c Qesenstown Harbor, there were demon- 1 Sstrtions of sympathy with the exiles simi- c tarw those which took place on the depar...

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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