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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 21 May 1871

Morning Star and Cathol Messenger, ErW oRLUJ.lE. UwiDAY. AL 1. sln. [hr theo orning U8 O Cbahll Maemeuer.l "MARY, BTAB OF THE SEA." " May Immaeolaest" Meothe f level Look down from thy borne a the manalonu abow, Lint to tby chMdrs niling on the " Iluy of Jth"r' "*Ser ot ts seal," " Homer mct aable I" Virgin most meok, Help mad goteoson fom thee do we seek, Watob an our stHons, kisp S nr thee "LAly of Judah " "tar of thL asel" " Bo. Msttleal" mothr meet mid, Whispe oar wanse to thy bestlful hI,4I Then Jsus wil hear bwha we e il ups tLS "aip or the arrowiastg" Yes.r matseal With faith itohy ple  ing aalvaa. I Lasts Bythinsownbttsersasew Mat l cmIn spara. "'.IIs oleJsah I "Itae or ai seal" I kWa . ,Urn, s.m ImOas ; Grant will sl m igj graes. Greeley left TemresymswelngfT r Teqas. d There are " ae Osbabh in the Oesman Parliament. Garibaldi is siadea et a Soiety to imt G improve 8erdis.. - New Orlea shabipped 16,500 empty b a rels North thi season. h There were ,301,O65,664 galle.o ...

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. — 21 May 1871

Morning Star and Cthoic mosrngsr, or--n o asw ossluas sx examAs. xs s n" than by the d give quarterl. Stastles i t etestatiu im its. te States. ern and Engli eede the man, utmea mbss as l have to be at Lutherans ........................... ,15--· concession is German eformed.................. 110 the fts of u United Brthren ......... -------- The limit of -Moraviase........................ odýnd t Dateh Reformed ..... ..d...... . d il Mennonites ....................... 30,110 the koowlb Reformed Mennonites........... . 110 does not po Evangelical A eL·aaton........... 58,009 for the mane Christian (aeetton- ............ ..... styles of g-oo Church of God........ .............. l-· - shadows mael O. 8. PresbytJe *sa.*. ........"."".. -*631 for the Wnahl N. S. Presbyterians ............... 161,598 in rected Reformed Presbyterians (Gen. Synod)- .3 i et Synod of efoirmas Presbyterians...- 6,0006, Associate and United Presbvterlan-.. di Ba Associt Reformed Presbyterians ... 3,900 e ...

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. — 21 May 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. ! - .... ,.- . .. - . asw OLNasu . sunDa. Ma a5s. lat Wu aM wIsDox. Relative beauty-A pretty cousin. A bad omen-To owre men money. A wooden wedding-Marrying a block head. An attached couple-A pair of oyster shells. A shocking trade-Making electric ma chines. The bow of a ship is no evidence of its politeness. How to make time go fast-Use the spur of the moment. What grows bigger the more you con tract it Debt. A consolation for the ladies--This world abounds in him-perfections. If sixteen drams make one ounce, how many will destroy all scruples ? Life is the greatest of conundrums, be cause everybody has to give it up. Jones teaches book-keeping in one les son of three words, "Never lend them." An old baebhelor compares life to a shirt botton, because it so often hangs by a thread. Don't go to law unless you have nothing to loose; lawyers' houses are built on fools' heads. Is a "grass widow's" husband a "roving blade 5" If so, should the widow ...

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. — 21 May 1871

b lning Star aad Cathoic Messmeiiger, Dw OUans. smlDAI. MAYT 2. tsn. . well (Coe smesd 9hem as. pa.) argi ,erm £139 7s. Cork, Fermanoah, the land ueen's County, Tipperary sad Tyrone the smae most use of the Board. .T 'ok Belfast Town Counoeil have deeided I em opening a second publi park., It is to ieeapy a commanding lite in the Falls dis- ed drlet, and will embrace aity-two sres.ry Tie park in the Oroean district was open 0 on Saturday wek. syst s.·smer sasa anrrfrat swas. lIke LATUST IRISH INTLYOIGEIICE. From the Cork - amaster of Monday, lists May let., we extract the following interest xg intelligence: pub! Dea' of the Rev. Father Hyde.-O this Saturday the Rev. Timothy Hyde, of t*ls on o diocese, died at Queenstown, after a pai- iron tal.and protracted illness, borne with the syst, dsence and fortitude of a true servant of of p 'sven. Father Hyde was only in the26th g.ar je afhis age, and from the time of his tent, wtdination was prevented by afatal malay freel tod eiterig ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 28 May 1871

.. 1" t. " 1 .,r ' " w t f~~gt rafldCathoUo~essnflP ~~@Sa a i' &u Ne~I 134 'd aS I. r Ber. AmobbioP N. J. ,atC . J 637 Nov. G. 3ATWO , pmldent r. er . u~ lT. J. m Mr. Jomx EmiVXWºýuFr .U Ort M hi. uJo ha t g a m J.~i 3. the 9t~.' m.~N 3 am~ "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF TURN TENT BRING 4LAD TIDINGS OF GOOD TinGI VOoUIK iY. . ORLEANS, SUNDAY MOR.NIUaG MAY $8, 1871, U~ 4W~'. IOU [ T t1*.r4 L. 811l the ninee of Jour holy peed fol Ix~ uu 0 J »5 NZW Iv~S4S~ O teS~ n on~ 0( ,. ,a'I~ & I~ __ So B J MIrning Star and Cathelic itessenep a¢i, SEW i rLurAN. OXUUM&. M[A 5 871. j11 yed RECEPTION OF ARCHBISHOP PERC Holy A GRAND TESTIMONIAL. e THa PROCEeslON, SPIUrCUES, INCIDENTS, ETC. about ligiol trust On Tuesday morning last, His Grace, Arch- who bishop N. J. PiacEE, quite unexpectedly thirt arrived fro Rome, after an absence of many andl months. is return we not generally known store until thursday morping, when the public pe were made aware of the fact through the daily bo journal...

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. — 28 May 1871

r' M irain Star .and Catholic Messenger w o I)LmAM5A sautNAi, MAT IM. btrl. '"- ----- " ' ----- ......... I- "THE TAX MAN. Trem tshe Mimmdveat ea * l leela Stadeamt,-" by 1 ..-. human.au la wasaro W. a . m : btm , ssaseek ,m, s - . qsome Uaeti ear A >oh 5m l3 nme snmg, as I tried ts kin thes Mlas By ke f of masnlm, sand elseashlts an the i Al m dd.. r the echo ea spuerious he klocns e o strle * e that buth of tbeas, adrpped item meet e hoht It o r ni my nerbves arsv sAty If em dipatlo andi eaga.. 1otmi " o -" 'I Ssb opl .. a euies i ,aleouasr vioi sad thlok . Vbr mUwm ether flrdsitkr, I bed it uyon btiel, wi 1aI valeta broe mkh me, Pbinily, an obloln bllet - With qpnd Yl tgoins cemplmenta-requesltng. otnI By Pearml 'tis the taxbsn, he ath oslled three fi time hforea ti .he appioatm f the thrso ed "- Lthe s at t - ll d-i" Sa yl na . s, pink e n tahet se t o f end vethe ho ck 1 o thea *seeo S ell, then. thought I. sot sader must s ive as ae So I took gentle stimulant and lumt...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 28 May 1871

rrnnig star ann tianouc mswuengur. Msw OR1ks , w5. M ar. MAY 98 1o71. Do m!s8;l L 1Xs 0, IaULLW*IV& it al acnDIooCses or NNw Yon.-aOofirsna- A 8 nea i W Yorob OCi.-Over one thouns d children, were duedrmed on Sunday, ti sy 14th, in St. Peter's Churcb,hbytbe Bt. of v. Bishop Reilly, of the diocese of b pringield, Mass., who wa assitasted~ N v. Fathers Quint and O'Fspril, ol .I ster's, and Rev. 'Father Valois, of TiNr ; . In the morning the children raede sir first communion. The Rt. Rev. pph-* a p Reilly administered confrmationin.tibii stance, instead of the Arblbop be C use his Grace was. similarly enployed on I e same day, at the Church of Our Lady I f Sorrows, where'a very.largensumber of " hildrea reeeived the saerasment of cour- |I ation at his bands. I Death of.tk. eev. Was. AfcOella---The a oseese of New York has lost another' of h is priests. The Rir. Wa.. McClellan, for C wenty-seven tams a priest of this dio- h ezpead saiddaenlt on the 9th instant, LH bite on a visit...

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. — 28 May 1871

-Ii III ! I III lIlil  - uorin St and CathoUc Mesengsr. 1U svss3rT 5URnD.LX 3 W. ....... . . - m - 511 . . ear........................*.... se a............... i s i t ....f a 5l s l to O- ..............::.. f. oi Mo D h o o ......... . e I te toolr repla tht - l ................ 71 .0- are eqPanesed o smsaeowedr asomelavs el IS eit.,....;Es~;. . r" l eh i ... Owiseled e at abve rstes. withtet disoent. the DeaiO and aaT e .s Neoa des ah nseti. wiu aons of Jseesi oal psaea a nd A svtaaelecte. ...all s-mo. (s d oestes m a r.s. ar e . o11Z3*3 as WaL rot an00urate 8awhc e ·eely plaoe before our Iara. eite re n it e cito s eornest. tha uesday t lae o.i thei s paaupetn l otaiy" h .uare ute -St e Pailsrt ea Mantyr.e To Oua Su scAB oe. -Those of our thet are requested to make their complaints y direct to us. A note through the post- we office, or a complaint made at this ofoe, wb will receive immediate attention. -Oust NxxT Issue.-Besides the usual aTmount of interesting original and se...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 28 May 1871

Morning Star and Catholi Messenger. smamL5 S, ,uUAT. MAY s tal. I sesa Mexico has 9,000,000 tnhabitants. Pennsylvania has 70,000 liquor dealers. l Motto for Mr. Darwin: "Icould atall we uafold." a Only 100 deaths a day, now, from yellow. a fever in Buenos Ayre. eve The Crown Princess of Prussia will next sim month publish her book on female labor. Pol The New York ladies wear their parasols on sword fashion, at their sides, when not in 28 use. The address to the Pope from the Arch- Ow diocese of Cincinnati contained 10,250 sig- le' natures. Within the last two years the Berlin CLh Peehb, has risen from nothing to be wortbh tr $M0,00". she According to the census taken this month T1 London has a little over three and a half adi million of inhabitants. tnt "Benevolence, like music, is a universad an lsaguage," and like musio and other lan- of guages, is very often all sound. ol The election of Gen. Burnaide as com- Pa mander-In-chief of the G. A B. is con- Co sidered as a triumph for ...

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. — 28 May 1871

loernmt Star and Catholic Messenger. net maw OuLai.su. 5xUDT.. MAT o M. 5t i. : loma, April s.-Ona,te moridm g of the pro, 18th Count d'Hsreoirt, ther newly int patt ed Fr~nch Ambassador, ,epa;e.. to the open Vatican palac in ita tplita en ae with his nsd 0eesetary, as, 1 thi'n tar state of  T ranee, it was impcslile fqr him to bare l ft his gala carriages' $reo. ,sle Holy Fa woul thor, with his usual. oretho ht and con- versa ilderation, lantmaited 'that Af0 state was suasp a m$necesgeat -.Tis 'Ambassador, on ar- madoi alving at tbhe Yst, foued, however, that /abit nase of theo Neors accorded in the recep ,: In tion of hii predecessors were wanting ; mseat s ease. meat Thefely Father is in ercellent health, the 1 thans e to God, and' In good spirits. and b e the Jing journals assert that his de la -g111ate1 so swelled t, tc tough i speer Tho "*htiigpausse has been constructed -to the imre l thepsin of the stairs in going to loan le garden, he is unable to profit.thereby. Goe Th...

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. — 28 May 1871

M lrning Star and athlic Messenger. A3w otnIL3AN, SNaLT, MY as san. WI A" UDUOM. Sharpebooteus-Metors. Ia A good lif keeps off wrinkles. A good tale, ill told, is a bad one. The end of a candle-to give light gr A good servant makes a good master. 11 A gift long waited for ie sold, not given. A time to run-When you are Jn a hurry. In Self-decapitation-A person lifting his head tih up. wi The first lesson in drawing-drawing yonr breath. an A poor washerwoman says that while there's we life there's soap. las A time not to run-When you are sure you pit cannot be elected. 00' When is a blow from a lady welcome t- ths When she strikes you agreeably. 'w When is the moon in a bad flaoiohl eobndi- wa tion I When she is in her last quarter. Yei A boy who undertook to ride a horse radish thu is now practicing on a saddle of mutton. trt The sting of a bee earries conviction with the it. It makes a pain a bee-leaver at onces wa Why are types like eriminals? Because it's to not proper to look the...

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. — 28 May 1871

.w ta -t- r a- M M. rted i on t Wnat.. UA . s .,..A. t.-b I asto Is MON1GN$p' DA3BOX - Uaw adre the c"etiap. ast5r the one -ha, Sublue for bus h5e btL .s .The answer i. ae, wats his dae md PlSa ga~ t pero Fr is an earc day t5thsec NW* .I cgnisaed thrat sasured ta ons b meR ee lt., V.ienna, cent nru ooa ,iru~J kfle w iiines In 0t whoad 1S ta rtla'sreeredyate lu ir system ', hr mP oae,, d, .- Hitherto, It - ;recd mrmigesa p r'eelkz fairse t, the Sdisaxr b aea tr b whom M8,000, oas s ear r es to o aa p +* m angod byo SMen reseP *th[eme d reetbli laptes gla Atr het e d * pable f osidelag tie or upon the ee ele tau n t with Pd hLr bight p s ing at imot . - &-. oll wing 1Ltice rLb eLi t -LonM As breiee m mwoa d ieest a a drs o ga, aytem o o a 4he oseo8t aaniee ariYo a U s eway. tis wihsa bs h bus  b rhe blAo Lsh, out the poal ao.rlgt up with eeou melUberala an. As am.pi istthe w uareiatstm. semettnmes That as Gat. weth =l n Iap17 " are thoe-dv sy 60 the Lok. as, l strike ...

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. — 4 June 1871

MorningStarandCatho0ll eseanger r ,orningStr.andCathoUo. rominan wate at Tms Mommao Sra- ha. bees t A* wo -a with the approval of the- eisahteap 1e. 141 ime * sauthority ofd the Diocsea, to sa gieavret. admitted want in New Orleaau mainly devoted to the interesoa Cathollo Choua. Th5eDlrret trhe lO· To-prevent all fllure, and to gaat Most Rev. Arobbishop N. J. PsnoCn, the permfneo 6t the undertd t Very Rev. G. RAYMOND, based on ajoint stook company, t * Prlessenat. Wta h of whlch ia one hundred th b. J. .ora.a-, dolla euaAvsthousand har, or Rev. T. J. Ekyar, ooller- exch. Rev. JoaN FANNAOAN. Mr. JoxM T. Gaarsoxms, Apesi is r. Mr. Joa r, of the Mr. JoHN HEmNNox, ,aUteemmetA it to thoU .u «.a><ca" n a * be sddress t the ... t J.M. Ammo o orLLWw 0s a estlm e-. 1s4sseeda detaset. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEK THAT 'BRING GLAD rDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" Tmre--erDrluhae, VOLUM I. NW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORING: JUNE 4, 1871. NM RR Meiming Star and Catholic Messenger. w EW OBLz&am...

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. — 4 June 1871

M wrinng Star and Catholic Messensr. vew *tls.alluN, CUMMay. JCUT 4 Aesi. Setr she Meraling Snr nd CathlteMeelseasger.) T•Hh BOUT'L a eatU r ra. 57 IWUBas asml. Yes, give me thslasd Wh.rs the reia.are snpead, And the living tred lght On the beers of the dead; Yes give me she fand Taa ble led by the duot, And bright wits the deeds of tae wn-redde juat. TYe. give me the land Wher the bette'a red blest Naeniasted on the ftmmze The form of the past; Tes. give ei the aland SThat bath legeads ad lays That tell of the mesourle Of lung vanished days. Yea, give me the land Th'ba bath teory and song To tell uf the strlfe Or the right with the wrong ; Ye.. give me t.e land With a grave In each spot, Laid to amese in the graves That shall not be turgot. TeY. give me land Ofae wreok and the tomb i There ' bradeur in graves, ' here's glory in gloom; For out ao the gloom Future brighineee liborn, Asn after the noght, . Loms the smnriea of morn; And the graves of the dead, With the graev overgrown...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 4 June 1871

erning Star arid Cathflac Messenger. or 'as O l.*Ain, sUrVDAsa,.tAb 4,I t1n. g. lei JZTniZ flBK. A"G*ZOOM, ALA ui of Et CONVIlT-WHAT BaINGS THEM HBERE? C SEVERAL ORDRans-TIHB USeULINKs-CUI of BOOG - THELR TsERS- HEALTHT LOCA- th TION-ET. ire TvuspA.oosa, 4AE., May24, 1871. ,the ,m of sorring Star: a It may .be grastiyiog to your readers to ac ar. from a .qua ter hitherto nnknown in at )ur coltain . 'our duty is to ohrouicle wl ctrc s Catholid interest, and therefore I to ,pe-'ou will 'find, the following letter re orthy of being inserted in your valuable H, 'per.. Thbe mqtiye which impels me to rite to gu at present is to all the atten id tb OCatiolnl. of the province to the cthat 'thb' bedutiful Convent of the o@ ra-lines,' estabi*bed here in-1866, is no is ogeP isolated 'from .. the outsside world. et ofore the boats plying between Mobile of d Tuscaloosa, on the Warrior river, m' rorded-the.oln, 'agreeable mode of access ii thiis bstamtfutl rtY. Duriog the summer lh obths the...

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. — 4 June 1871

mhin"g St.r and Catholio Messger. .mihmD YSIr pUXnA MOMrwEG. ieM eg al............. ................ l ................ fees s,_s m 1l mo M. 1 ,asw ias. T.rs r, arI' .lss. S................. i v e......... i te .i -r-r~ ........ o e th e aem lo ires ........... U IA r t "0 M , ........ -I m I o *cosmamsarat abovtes, G~ace, Mase Tes. ae ;,o h tPe11 e conamted 1 era on shea Jssy eai rlag, Mlay $h each assie.. o mo e p s]e r C ch IWerdesair mornLin aore raea at u. Par- s i a 1o55 n4. 15. BU JUT44 1571.. -e.ea g 26 at s 8 N ars hi. oprio, 4-Trinity Junds e a t.....hfne n aaL, Boni{ Chrch, r p. Dise ...tesate 6eenL Ihat , mLaei at aboav eet i at..$_hno 7. Bobrt Abbo. Thnely t...,,,o e 8-s-OeeP Chrt'ist a.... .a S--as Primr 7 ad f relthSmsu, esrt ,To Oat Soneoza.-Th -Thos of our I mubnereiob either in the city or country, who do not airecve their papers regularloy re relquested to mate their complaints eied, or a compldnt made at this or ee Io still iBoeive immediate attention. o aho ...

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. — 4 June 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. I9w OsL.ANS. SUIDAT. Jap U 4. uIn. ASKaNSAs, May hBi.-A freshet at the Hot Springs (Ark.) yesterday destroyed the Hale House, California House, and several others. The damage was very great. 1usczU8xaous sonleroN. Faxwcm.-The great insurrection is at last ended. .On the 26th of May Oen. Vinoy ueap tared Place do Belleville, whbih was defended by 10,000 insurgents. On the 97th, on. L'Ad miraul, at the bead of 60,000 men, eaptured Ies Buttes Chaumont and Menilmeioatnti and at a late hour in the evening (en. Viny ear ried the Cemetery of Pere Ia Chaise-thus ending the insurrection. Owing to the ad mirable plan adopted by MaoMahon for storm ing the barricades, the Versailles troope did not suffer heavily during the seven days' fight ing in the street of Paris. The barricades numbered 400. It is sald that the number of prisoners now in the hands of the Government exceed 40,000. Altogether, the suppression I of the Commune has cost over sixty thousand...

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. — 4 June 1871

pusIng star and awthoilc Messenger, AncauDocas: gr Ne oux-Oou,ýaitv. Sos.--The aacramatkitoqf.ris N ras administered by tlshe.M Rt-ev.;fJro dp: 'On Wtdnesday, 1 7t Q if, i Ppilk's Cathedral, to 85i perad- io Thisosday, 16th, in the Chapel of.,t" Academy of the Baered Heart, 17th street, to 20 persons. On Friday, 191b, in ASt Aka'soChurcb, to 300 ptrsons. On Saturday, 20th, in the Chapel of the Couventa-of the Sisters of Charity, Mount 8t Vincent, to 25 persons. On Sunday, 2Sat, I6d ti.tjdsepb's Chhurch, Sixth avenue, to 619 persons. The ".Right Rev. Dr. Louightll, Bishop of Brooklyn, confirmed 40uO children in the Church of 88. Peter and Paul res DEiaee.-I ii thought that the Rev. Theomas Pseston, passorof St.. '~bl's Ca tholic Church' will be appointed the Bishop of tthe new dioeeso to be forwed oat of a portion of that now under the eare of the ? Bishop of Albany. Father Preston, who was a Protestant.:;. p ,coial aifasteo in S1846. joined the Catholio bChurch in "1849 or 1850....

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. — 4 June 1871

Meming Star and Catholic Messenger. eaw uIL5AttJ. SUNDAT, JUNE 4. Mnt. W ArD W~lsl. Dead loeeks-False rls. A word to beggare-Beg-on(e). Bomthing aboshunt women-Flounes. A wg-advertises baby-jumpers as "spring goods." Can a lover be called a suitor when be don't suit her 1 Out West grain is now raisod at all seasons by the elevator. Warning to Bald Heads-" Death loves a shining mark.u Green Grocers-Those who do business on the credist-ystem. A Muff-A tbhing that holds a young lady's hand without squeesing it. " Do write and fear not," is what the girls say to their correspondents. There is a shortsighted man in New York who lately took a house for a year. . Why are Cashmere shawls like deaf people ? Because you ca'st maLke them here. 8triane, that the more you think of some people ohe lee you think of them. " Here's to internal improvements," as Dobbs said when be swallowed a dose of salts. The sinners of warS-8tlers who seek the bubble repfatiolt at the soldier's mouth. Why are bi...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 4 June 1871

Merning Stu and Catholic Messenger. >aLnorLalrass i iro y ses aZW The Address fewus Greet Brita., to the .Pipe.-On Tuesday, the 4th instant, the Address of the Catholics of Great Britain, to which was attadhed an enormous roll of -t,5s5 signatures, .was p.p uted to the Holy Father by the BeA;A. W. Dolman, who was the bearer of it to Rome, and lNr Stoner. The Holy Father greatly ad mared tl e manner in which it had been il luminate d, and asked Mgr Stonor to trans late it for Idm. - Asit was read off in Ital ian the Holy Father kept up a runninog gomment qf approval upon its sentmeuts and the .war they -were expressed. The allusrio to' hl- beiog "a prisoner for our sake;" tbhe probability that the disregard by other nations of the Pope's rights would turn to their ruin," and that We could not suffer that our access to him should depends upon the permissionb of any present Kingdom or. any prospective Republic, especially arrested bisattention. The Holy Father expressed himself as p...

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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