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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 16 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Mesnger. For ti =,__- --· ------ N3W L3N.tv 5U1pDT. .AIU. t. ttLl.. Camp mu 1n3T1h AND OTr rae. mend tI thee wit There are 800,000 mo>s women than men -Empl -in England. Lord o In a few days, last week, 16,144,000 eggs thirty e were shipped to New York. to get i The colored population of New York tngland city is estimated at $18,000. prfect a A Sacramento printer drew the 4000 need w prizse in the Grass Valley Lottery.al nneed e A fellow in Boston advertises for a "self supporting" wife, "pretty and well-ed-spent cated." From May, 1851, to July, 1870, just two u g millions of people have emigrated from 0 0 Ireland. Federaln, wh One of the English attaches at St. Peters burg, has died from the effects of a bite on Death the lip by a parrot. At the By a recent census, the valuation of New it was r Yorkis : real estate, $742,134,330; personal daned is estate, 05,292,009. subject Fifty thousand dollars have been sub- soious scribed towards erecting a new Ca...

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. — 16 April 1871

II S"ning Star and Catholic Messenger. grew oltls,.alrl tlII~anY, APBiL.ri,. ar. d thn = *,__ _-qi ed t~hat ae A adl of governs S- --of Germai The Liturgy of the Churda is silent this We glad regarding all the Salute between the 186e, whi and- the 17th of A iris, i. order that the dawn the hearts bf the fanlthf mayl be wholly ab- North Ge sorbed in the grief, and then in the glad- lahed. aess of the Sacred and the Immaculate absolute Beartseof the Son snd Mother. The only North Get noticeable Saint whose Feast is thus trana- burg, Bai ferred, is St. Leo the Great, (11th.) April, as semi-ia though it commemorates but few Saints, tuted Son ends well with a glorious Virgin, so rich in tions we' aateral'anu supernatural gifts. Some of which gm aur readers may reeelleet the extraordin- a military au devotion manifested towards St. Cath- in time ol arise of Sinas by the holy and learned ber last, i Archbishop, Dr. Dixon, the first of the the Diet successors of His Eminence Cardinal nl- S...

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. — 16 April 1871

g Star and Catholic Messenger. oLt.aS . sUtPA . AasL 1s. I1n. W am Wizx. At firs dren, it s greatest nutmeg ever known met i was.. grater. the audiences fall off at the thea- dows, tw ey are not generally at all injured. was at St _ti genius describes ladles' lips trees of glowing gateway of pork and pota- and "he 1 there wg ywo undertook to ride a horse tlerail is now practising on a saddle of and to exhebange says that the reason school- kept the delight to dig and explore caves is were: ba ush of the recesses there. that Iii i" said Joe, "what does the mulcted withot Sl"Ah," says Jim " You get before and tao police court and yoa'fil jl out." w'h 11 poet sas, "Oh, hewa fair, t sor- it ame and left Its traces there 1" What ie e of the rest of the harness he does other, state. by in young lady being told by a friend that wash-e b Sresea were verymuch worn, replied way, be the knew it, for her's had two or thiee for it Dopes ia'it. meup ii A person, hearing thakt "time is money," in...

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. — 16 April 1871

tria Star and Catholic Mesmnger. mus ogt.rws, epD ana:.y is, tn. Inimorallty la Pubio Sohools. We have from time to time heard rumois So a conditton of things in our own publie seodols similar to that described below. Wod 4like to allude .to these things, for ressons whioh will readily suggest them selves. Besides, as Cath6blim are opposed to sending their ehilden to these instito .tions, their opinions are supposed to be blassedand and undly colored. In eomment ag on the extract given below, the Waesers CAkolic-ftruly -.a" that when a Catholle journal implores parents to give attention to the morals their children learn in chools I wrere religion is excluded by law, it Is hocereroitTor its pains. People who are not in the schools, and who do not see the prae btees existing there, are inoredulous because they are so unwilling to be convinced of a I truth so painfulano so unclean. We quote the following from the Advance, an able Protestant weekly publibhed in Chicago: "Thre is great ...

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. — 23 April 1871

R .orningStar andCatholleUUeseOe Woral ag Star and Cathollo Messenger aw stoaxwo STAn has beeb tarted with th# appro of ge eccleuiastl. S sO,aw Gthos Puolieu CoUaN , sathorit of the Dioee, to spply s Y0. 19OSUMt t aWU yd admitted want in New Orleans, ad is --fyd. do5* Tmainly devoted to the interests .of the V. a , .Catholio Chur h. ?lemstve th Copn rao prevent mll Ifalure, and to guarautee Rhev. DRebish ete o re. the permaneny of the undertakg t Rev. .AraMbbo N. e tea of whh i one hundred thtr awt 00 Be. G. dAoW via t ollarsinAethaadshare, o. O.YX , ', ,'.A - dollalrs eah. v. T. J. NxxxN, . JoaN FrWINAGAI.* aosa.Aaeer Join T. o ruwo s, '191665,! ,7. ' - - . Joax T GassonsWe approv, of the aleaa audit JoaN MCCAFMZR, takng, ad commend it tot - NUMBr"J tkin . .* of ororiocese. Al emmua.l~b5 I beasireussd Isthe t 3.m er Aacm teosta axna IslaiaO*..N 14O53dts5L"HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS!I" Ye~-1ers ems~~ ~m VO ~U.~IK - W ORLEANS. SUNDAY MO...

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. — 23 April 1871

M )ruing Star and Catholic Messenger. ma the )aw tuA.UarSa enIrAT, APIL a. 71-. In . T I(rFn the Nsetse Couser] ia tl LTtter of lsp mp to iovnrr Alm s. s o Hi U l s. James L. loas, Governor .1 the Your .Ero~leUsy-Permit me to address wit] you in my character of a citisenof Missis sippi, in behalf of the Liberty of Educa- for' tio. may Although I came to the State Capital as a member of a Delegation to obtain relief, this from a special hards rp, we fnd, on more fie' thorough consideration, that our particular pare grievance is only a portion of a general one; that if our State system of Common ga education were brought moreinto harmony er with the broad principles of justice and t liberty, this weuld remove our occasion of iees complaint; and at the same time we be- ben lieve it would remedy many other incon- of veniences. wthe .The seal which your Excellency h then shown for education, in your repeated mes sages, and the liberal spirit of justice for mea all parties which you hav...

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. — 23 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger,. .Nw ORLasS. bSDAr. APaIL 2, lae1. Boxa, March 25.-rushing Taxation. The financial abyss to which Italy is rapidly coming under the wise and provident man agement of Mgr.'Selia is such as to terrify even the adherents of the Revolntion. Taxes on the capital and compound taxes on the interest of all funded and landed property; taxes on furniture, provisions, salaries, servants' wages, houses, borses, carriages, shares and cattle, are the price in a material jnd economical point of view, which the Romans will have to pay for liberty; St. JToseph's Day.-The demonstrati-v in honor of Garibaldi bad been during the past week the subject of much conversa tion and no little anxiety at the Vatican. Information of a most positive and incon trovertible character, received on the 18th, proved that a meeting of the Sect had been beld at the Casa Ajan (one of the most noted haunts of the advanced party), and that arms and cartridges had been served out by th...

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. — 23 April 1871

WMxirg 8tir and CUiatholic' lg4i nge wUamas m 3vmsuNDAY MON m. Coi _ mee. * aes** * * - . " o s....1..5e o sty.. ... .. ...-- . . .....-.ss ON m.ee I ............................. .... . . E ..... ..b ...... Tw othe ee. te (e ti iortatass· h. Wths gibe M 'tne Y tiar  s a P rea ............... e .....o aar ....... ..... 1a on 35 as to o ciaie ,.................. Is as aa fo Tea ................... 7 110 cog P'1 55...- O 45 " h) I IVDlr.............. , t'l ea s .J.rty.......... .. 7e. . !  i la Thirtty i ion o 400 ahw- i Trassient .&vetisesa., t1 5o pa squame e is. 00 Twetyinve pe ast discount allowed as . oclo Franr natal r Mi inet d at save rates. withlet diseM Leat. n Death ad Mries Xmoes.I each inserteon. part Wants eoa Pth et, nfe lmatias Ad vert ntle, tho 10 Oeae per ieseb a t e lrtie. the edito~tal otes.. a tsa a in. btm. XltW ]ji4AJas I SUNDAY, APRIL . 1t, 1. aEng achieement A- gra gh beoous CALUD. A" O TH! W M. ..ndy ...... sp. - t" ý Y~atj. the -Tausby ...l. iApr...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 23 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. saw oRLEna N SNDAi, ArmL m, trn. Ul n AND ay o* mri Pittsburg has $7,000,000 invested in the manufacture of glass. In the Hayten army there are said to be four thousand Major Gederals. The anti-chignon pledge has been signed by over 50,000 ladies in Germany. It is estimated that there are20,000eases of small-pox in London sit present. The "Early Rose" potato is so scarce that it sells at the rate of $5 50 per bushel. f Three sisters were committed to the Bos ton House of Industry, recently, for drunk enness. A Wall street broker and millionaire t named Dimock foots up a cigar bill of $000 a yearly. A man, woman, eight children and two bears occupy two small rooms in Portland, Oregon. c The Boston Advertiser says: "Paris is poor, but she would be better off if she had a nary Red." G. W. Curtis receives $10,000 a year , from the Harper's for litefary work on their periodicals. Mrs. Dr. Fowler, of Orange, N. Y., has a practice worth $17,000 a year-...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 23 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. C L. ULbA..D. SUNDAY. A&PRIL a. L181. NIUmOLLAMUOIU 1l ImWI m. ti The Tory party in Parliament, and the ti Tory press elsewhere, are howling In tihe most frantio fashion for more coercion for It Ireland. They are whipping up the Gov- el serment most vigorously and venomously h, to the perpetration of some astounding tl outage on the rights of the people, al- o' though any rational" and impartial person re might well enough conclude from existing pl ad notorious facts that the Government p, need neither whip nor spur in aatters of rn that sort. Mr. Fortesue has described the m recently passed " Peace Preservation Act" as a measure "asore stringent than any II awod within the asemory of wasn;" but the tory party are raging for something more to stringent still. Moreover, they wantitim mediately; they protest against the waste of time involved in inqutring or talking C about the matter; the Premier, they say, Ci bas no reason to offer any apo...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 23 April 1871

orning Star and Catholic Messenger. IMW aiiLDAib. aUNLaT, e PBIL -3, it'l. WIT ADn WIsDOM. Fat men do not seek greatness, it is thrust upon them. A wag thinks that the latest Parish fash ions are-killing. Age is venerable in man, and would be in woman-if she ever became old. The horse is a carious feeder. He eats best when he hasn't a bit in his mouth. Some one asserts on good authority that the'' early bird" caught cold instead of a worm. " What kind of a waist has the ocean I' asked a fashionable young lady of her lover. "A watery waste, my dear," The old proverb, the eye of the master will do more work than his hands, means simply, that without his eye his "hands" would do next to nothing. Three letters that spell brandy-B R and Y.. It used to be spelt O D V. The fyor its beverage in Boston, tlough, ispelled with a single letter-Red I. "What do you know ftbe character of this man I" was asd of a witness at a police court the other day. " What do you know of his charater t" "I kno...

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. — 23 April 1871

lorning Star and Catholuei u . Mssr. The feast fbetu n0es PeseeI fr Ow t la Childre was observe, London, wit ",a Ireland, for nearly 800 y os.o"i bishop ofit eoinr .... ,. laws prevented  ....ishop o. -tnionnd r bene t fl a o roper edaued quent serno oE i to thei children. However, through of which l ages of de tion the faith Every Cl 1-stnatt a good light, p powe festival of 'n -anded it down pure nd unscathed-to the entir C future generations. But we are not as yet in the old out of danger, and we shall have long the neow lan tuggles to sustain before -we obtain the e o educational rights to which we are ntited. eeane of l We ask for nothingbutto be put onafoot- the world. gof quality with other, n aa that eon celebrating ti te me aedvatas, we mins ive brated not obtin e to ame eve ntry ofiEure. he dishe aCathiOlic education to CatheliO chimdre t iu the dista Than this demand nothing can be more gtrontin S o yet m a opose it, some of eastern to I wbpo are bigots filled with p...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 April 1871

h14 uorningStarand CaQer It. oDng Star and Cathel Re '. Ta Mom:me ;rAn ha been eex0 f herew Orsess aoNowf psuleen cwom al with the approvl of the e /syes se.- admitted wsnt in New Orlean. mainly devoed to the internt - Catholo Chabh. The Directors of the Company are: CaTo prevent alC-failure, and to g Most Rev. Arahbishop N. J. PEcCHs, the permanency of the undra Very Rev. G. RAYMOND, sL dent. L-based on whoih s omphnd , thin . JMOYNIHANr, tndollrsinAvethousad hare, of T". T. J. K`rNNY, dolare eahO} v. JohN FLANNAOAN. Joni T. GIBBONS, App / t Meet B.u.,,rt4.. Join McCATWREY, cro nos. 0. RAPIER, We approve of the Icoead i ST, ecretary. (J of our Dioeee. eommnieations areg t-addroeed to the. t . . ACsn -----' %- -OA----.. -.. BoTlnesUmoe--wTo. srdee T0W BEAUTIFUL AIE GTHE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD NGS OF GOOD THINGS" Tema-Par ellaala SOLUM IYv. Nr.W ORLEANS. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1871. NUMBER 1. ningt Sar and Catholic Mess gs I sw OrLNASn i. UNDAY. APfRIL 30 Vil For the Mornin...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 April 1871

avoid 'political M ornin tar and Catholic Messenger.. choose to be lea . APRI-L 20, HHn. der them AoI - " au/itJ nuV . Y. APR-IL- ..... tation by givini -LC o0 the .etObs~ is no need to t Utta toGovernor5th. It willc ICoeladd] dney to centr WJS3 15 TIaE rOOB A 'S CLA1I, AED THE making our free COLOR.ED A'S. universal bares We ask then equal rights for all. And that has helps ost of all we ask them in favor of the present deplor per; both white and colored. Rich peo wh)eh the eul ecan send their children to schools of into itsf all t r chic;but oer labhigoring men ad olitis, whlai wAidows auneot aord to pay taib and lie ifairs, are tol both. And remember, the very lealities andi t ay their share of ther bscool tche The chief s ltr th andlord colleets it in his rents; taold-· may hen sad the store keeper counts it in his prices. n rst, protetil L, p lacs where colorend me are in - second, attond in"tlt... and their white neigblors ar ood, which ce set well isposed towards them, ow eas...

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. — 30 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. saw OL"rAPY. souNAY. amRL so, lan. Rox, March 31.-The BEglish Depute. ios. - The deputation reached Munich safely, and a telegram announcing their arrival in Rome on Saturday, has been re ceived from Mgr. Stonor, who starts early to.morrow for Florence, to meet the repre sentatives of English Catholl:lty. They will be received on Tuesday by the Holy Father and admitted to Holy Communion in the Pope's private chapel on Wednesday with the Pontifical household. 7The Ladies' Address.-The ladies' address and offerings were presented to the Pope by Mgr. Stoner this morning. His Holiness expressed the greatest pleasure at the pre sentation, and signed three photographs with his own name, as presents for the Marchbioness of Lothian, Mrs. Delabarre Bodenham and. Miys Langdale. Attacks on Oatholics. -Last Monday a violent attack on the writers of the Catho lic press appeared, to-night it is the Eng lish and pressian Catholic deputations that are denounced...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 April 1871

voruing. Star and Catholic Messenger. PUUl IRD ZYD"ZE SUNDIAY MONIG. ,. r aran to sueOowMIno: still OYerAsc ) . of t t I berath. " ............................. De roths s -o inc. --O 'rwm u'...J..... ......:::............ fee ,e. oma w ....... ................ .............. I l "_ l s a I ,__" re ' His e . .......... ......... sS I. 2 3i5 IB wh Tst....o c os cnwh T Ore ............. .....s 1 5 e l that 'osr.. ......- "...... is ID s o 5 5 Ih .... 1s 45 32 42 U Ther';.:".- .;.-.-. / , 70 130 180 3 I0 to ho. Transiat Aidvrtlsnents. SOper aqsoh eac in pe wpatyt l p~.s, ysast eocat alowld om the above Ct. iser ote atabove rate, without iceept.. . antsl and Psua laformeatir dvortjan eMS, o loo rel iioas ect slton. par hiw ORnwLAS. SUNDAY. APbL 30. co. 6 oALsu* OF THZ 'w.m winK -. _i o S-na. V-n.ore. Mai-ay a 1-S Philitp o, ad ames. eaocor taiodav...ay .-SS. Mona. Widow. toe oso Iday........aY· 5-St. li V.. Ppa an.d eufrac aor. v ...May 5-S. Jon brorie the La Gat.- er I; SrT. PAS...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. raw OtaxaNs, SUNDAT. APRIL Is. 1071. snIfOflL AND U B drE. A man in Cleveland delivers fish ready cooked for the table. It costs ten dollars in Canada to call a man "a bald-headed idiot." A preacher iniConnecticut boasts the tittle of the Rev. Hezekiah Fiddle, D. D. White French flannel is proposed for summer wear by the upper ten of New York. During the five years since nitro-glycer ine came into use, 1700-persons have been killed by it. It is stated that m eli money is expended in the United States for cigars than for common schools. Tennyson refuaes to ise Walt. Whitman. as a poet, and Emerson " gruel electrified." The lottery, crop promises to be very pro lieb, judging from the many schemes pre sentefl4a.atroasge. A"ph -6 tis to be erected in Trieste to tbhlatela peror Masmillisn of Mexico, to cost 09,000 franes. Camilla Urso purobhased of a London dealer in rarities a cremona three eenturies old, and gave $5000 for it. A lady of Cumminsvill...

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. — 30 April 1871

M,rning Star and Catholic Messenger. %unceIt iraw OXLBM.sax sUNIAT, zsP.pL SO. ta11. Newoba lished-Sli asLtcar ag tres Is Im . . t Malloy his ands "Bgligs1 as. Irfal Oastr . dio.A-"lseta As the at are stubborn things," and it has been truly pse t" stated that none encourage Irish manufac- the- sma turelesathan the "Irish" themselves. Pop- commens line and tabinets were but very little valued has resol until the English and the foreigners who winter to naw these fabrics at our exhjbitions in Dub- root,the int and also in London, almot, it may be toa large said, "fell in love with them," nd Royalty or even " donned" the Irish poplins on every Sesions festive occasion. Then, and only them, nd did the inhabitan a of the Emerald Isle diespse value these beautiful materials. The the Tens anxiety to procure " English " instead of from n, "Irish" manufacture is instanced also allowed J. every day; and it is to be regretted that altlowe this feeling has taufenced Irish yacht- 90tlunl owners...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. M OEOL.ANS, SUNDAY., APRIL As. nit. WIzT LI WIRDOM The young lady at Allemagoozlenm who was up with the lark is now down with the rhema tism. The greatest "pain annihilator" is said to be an Indian boy, who has smashed 100 windows this year. Women as telegraph operators have proved a great noeesas. They send the electric spark right through a fellow. Theehap who took the thread of life to sew the rent of a house has gone and invented a patent point for cross-eyed needles. Why is a cab horse the oost miserable of all ereated beings Beeause his thoughts are ever on the rack, and his greatest joy is woe. 'You are a ceward," said a low cockney to a poor countryman who had refused to fight. . No, I beant," said the countryman, " I have nothing to do with cows. I'm a shepherd." A countryman who attended a race, said he I didn't see why the sportsman should be so particular-to a quarter of a second about the end of it, when they waited half an hour for ...

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. — 30 April 1871

M rning Star and Catholic Messenger. Nrw (aurAm. A , NDa. t rulIl.. lei. Bixeitig Seene na a WNifsaburg 1ath.olUo COk!t--- Baptism qf...l I.--Darag the early services on the mornin of .the 3s6th In So Mary's Chureb, W liamharg, a body c of abaut 400 elhildrena .areaed.ilt theedi Loe to partake of their rsat communion. The girls were robad in- white with guasse veils, and each borea-e lighted. oandle. a After they had all entered the main body I of the church, a girl at the head of the ii column aeeidentally set her thin veil- on fire, and ibntantaneously a sheet of flame ran 1 half way down the line; prddocing the ut most consternatiop. Those, whose veils n were on fire ran to the main altar, where i Father McDonald was eagaged in baptizing t a mumber of adults. The baptismal water s was thrown upon them,, and, with the aid t of several of his congregation, Father Me- I -Donald succeeded in subduing the flames ii and restoring order. Administration of 'the Sacrament of Con. a fi...

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