ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenge... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,650 items from Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,650 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 25 June 1871

nn ~Star and Catholic Messnger' Weegrdt eg"m anrTi• eislaehI and decorated with appropriate albetsteft ptea ensigns of Oaks: rmaseo Pin bm. o, *i Had.wh wet l en n5Fee al, rath Damevelem *na br.*ir enh . added a muek edt 1 a l tu to tie-d ci a A ianvi tatles. at whoe, h Viat's ParLh thmem, alloted their ail SR seates , sad high tamed se aed sfi TYaJ7'Ri dsa= i srlves deeply teshed. t ururmany Camoulo amel ealaerity our ell, ad emplar doeporteet, Smettoees, their brillsm Atferreatladies, who ea our religlaes ceres.ni - L- . aom s •w . theIm, as who. by r a As the prooi4moved through the Streete ito that d whe.blo qrsee d a   nd, animated and impol p- ts many charms. WI e rve thoU d .psros tf in to nebeurs ethe di a boy a d the gir ahm e "different oorphan asyluesan' oees the that beatifl and is later beautifully robed in whlte o nd a ffa le ad rp ated with blue eehoe- oieo y bwehne -cho hewhishlywie Op a finely executed banner; with appropriate devetedWe osale which were exie...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 25 June 1871

S4..a~louc Messenger.  --. z _S*Oi lt P7 of hurch of St. dad 4111 thesolema in .at mea ter his reti gy'; c tvty - Aedidhe then dr.e owm event. siign, and how "e' Wold 'ta hfea per meution as bitter Asnlu s' tedious as hit saintly predecese . R12 >trials of Pia VII. Lasted for a e St5l but those of Pins IX. have already.gobs a 'fr twenty-five aerse, and na:onaet sa yhowmuch longer they may eidte . Dring those five years of captivity there was little or no hope of a restor!atloa/s( yet ip stew months thet rei t oow the taking of Pari ad the abý ."'of kapoleon expotedly changed L' Owhole state of Europe, and'the Pop rseturnmed to thapossesson of his Tem pora.7 qwer. To-day s therefore, an asp- i verar whieh should give courage, and an I. mates 4 t o pre *nd work fMor .e restore. ieaosf Pius Is., unjustly deprived of his Temporal Power, and held prisoner by his enemies in the hope of overcoming his eon staney and at the same time of eoansolidast lag their wronrfally acqui...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 25 June 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. anWt4 o.ILsrAS, sUDAT, JUxs a., t5n. W1 AD -VWIDON. The great ocean race-Flashes. Perpetual motion-Rent sad taxes. A noose-paper-A marriage certificate. Light emplt'ment-Butilding caatles in the air. What game should ladies refuse to play t Old maid. How to raise beets-Take hold of the tops and pull. When is a card-player like a lawyert Whqutb folows suit. If twice eleven are twenty-two, how can twice ten be twenty, too t When does a man impose upon himsets I When he taxes his memory. Wanted to know, show many square rods are contained In a wiseacre T Salating the flRag-The penalty of tread= ing oa orange peel on the pavement. - Yen eannot atoh fish with a clario-net, nor get any marrow from a trom-bone _ A woman who maketh a good pudding in silence is better than one that maketh a tart reply. The reason why upper housemaids ought to get married in no time is because they are IMgh menial bodies. The difference between a fisherman and a lazy scho...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 25 June 1871

oun itr .ant Chimmitt Mess enge. I - - --- I r ast-- - asV t -:' -" -" 10ss5555*U·· Crrm5SPtid YI Wae do not kB oim 1a  der to ioro teir is *t ac ording to Uste trdom, but pray tAm rit-o-the f'ailsuta euranet.an,'lTt our.I Imsarh is the aboe ifa he atnetuorelss of h is good, after iointlug out tbe:degerts whics i s rreond him and implore Divine anterpesi Obn In lia behalf. We hold e parley' with error-the faithful cannot;and though our Church is the abode and the sanctuary of trnth, we do not fobcr the truth on any one- Ti we simply exhort ihd pray, If the foe resists, m w- e euse our wepo prayom and example, oEqualýy is exne)ile by Catholicism Ca tholcism is its deutip and its eqpesonee; not'A the equality w~btlh abverts society becase. the Curatse not pee-to his bishop, the soldier to his oolonl nodMidj s e tipstaff to the Jtud Suoh distinotions of rank are unavoid o of the well-being of asociety. Nevert se5, a E li n teates as that wa alinth eight of (odn that impart1 natloc s...

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. — 2 July 1871

EorningStarandCatholloleosenger *orolmgStar and Ca E roLU33D W.sYT , . Most Rev. Archbhishop N. J. PasRC, Th pe et. ,thoe peethe .i ev. JOHuN s NAGOs A2. .f , Mir.. Jons T. GOnn , J. Mr. JoNE MCCwMay, " = esslVesd.As xr. .JomN HzDznsoN, W, ngpes O tfe Wet a taig, e e d it t the o s e s asuasots r " e be airesusd ae the CaD •ise a r I0.., i . fet.ga Oee-*e.. n osnelet et. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEE THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" 5-.lhesp, VOLUMI IV. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING JULY t, 1871. - -22. ... . .. ...raw. -.,./,._.. otb _l ar . .. . pl ~ P erning Star and Catholic Messenger. '(W nasuLsaw. SmnDAY. JITLY . trn. so3 30ma. - Boas, June 3d, 1871.-The transfer of the capital becomes more and more prob lematical, and from silentsuffering the Ro mans are now passing to complaints. The example has been set by the artiste, to whom the new state of things inaugurated here since the 20th of September has brought rain and misery. Under the pa ternal Government of ...

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. — 2 July 1871

*mdlng Star and Catholic Messenger. uuw ofaauin, uuml AT. JuL . lsI. "THE LONG- AGO " Wh f weadssbletrs tm siver a t Time, SThat alb ewL e satme Aw the wimte rm ame drl is like Aeof mow, And the ammms like usow bewe . AMd t eeaur the aheeJ so the oesmo a they go n the river's sasswite is ebbmad 1n, .Ait gld throgh halw sad shell The e's a muialIsle m teiver ef Time, Who te att r " Af sle ashbe.n Thean eless shy ac csime A  ars as sweet o savesp e chime. Ani the taues with aer ate are staying. Ad the name of tis Isle Is the Log go, : And we bury ob r aora snw There eare er of r~~ee, wms ofoe Th rep ue be t we let them son 1 her. are btse sart em of hair. There em rellewnta of songs that nobody sang, Andt off a fasts pray. r; Sael' lute d anwithout trieng e broken vow., and plmem oe rlng, And the garments thseat aed so weer. rs e and thete ew red when tho etfry shore A St! .I e i. n itse i . sai Add so somesh eahr Unv the turbulent roar AI she lr ys o our life 'tiltl lght Wbaemth...

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. — 2 July 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. NExsW OaaI.a, UMaI T. JULY 2. a1n. DOaIIgEID rWm3ra II ILTGWEIR* The Gent sand s.t! Nvent. PROCESSIONS, ILLUMINATIONs, ARTILLERY SALUTES, ETC. Nearly very City, fTin and Vilage in the Unsted States Jius is. the Desonstration. We give below the details of some of these enthusiastic celebrations. In some places the coronation of the Pope, which took place on the 21st, was chosen as the day, while in others, as in New Orleans, his election, which took place on the 17th, was selected, the processions, etc., being postponed till the Sundays immediately following those days. BALTIOrnE.-TJe Most fMa gsifcest Dis pyL the nifted States.-Three Days of ]i jg.-Accsrding to the circular by Ihis Grace, Archbishop Spalding, the festivi ties commeneel on' Saturday, that being the date recorded in the Roman Alqanac of the anniversary celebration. The glo rious event was observed an every Catho lic household with marked thanksgiving and joy, and proved, in 'a con...

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. — 2 July 1871

Miming l tar and Cqttluc Messenger. PUM3I8JND VERRT m anerAT MiornmG. e Tsar( Iadvaaes).- .6**4 Wau_- nt dvoees. ) .. ........... ............... so nY]ea . ................... sO [ MonttL ............... t.;, rse Mots..... . ......... 1 0 taserted at above rates, without dnra ount. s.e Wth d trig t $ e t s ton. r. amu ..d Pe.onl Inf656r ion Adv tisement , 0 er .......----- 50 Ts -.......... . re . 1 s 44 70 o Nw ....... .... 15 27 35 s ,v .......e.....A 18a 3 r* s, 110 . O eo . Pe1 a s Jt tt e 70 ........ .. 4 i Ia 1 80 2 To rasient Advertmsent, 1 per square eahof ouri Twentybve per cent dlco d on the aity or c above Catse rnsrted at aboe rate without dicomlant. ath Marriage., Book and Notews ices. er each ert Wants Market and l Twent-Secon Adv strssments, 0ao0ste per liw e each inasertion. co t.-l Noticesday. last, centsth Jane, theli Sary German ChurchD . JatLY a. 181.fet CALedBfa OZ TMD vEIL Fourth Districy ost Prcisonsd of whor Lord. On the same day, at I o'clock . the as of...

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. — 2 July 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. NEW 0RLANS., SUIDAT , JULYT . 1871. formidable as, a revolution, or a commune. The Bank of Rome has been founded with a capital of thirty millions of livree. Spnr.-Consultations between the King, the Presidents of the Senate and Congress, and the members of the Ministry have resulted in the announcement that Senor Moret remains in the Cabinet, upon condition that the Cortes agree to his plans, only a partial modification of which is probable. The king, in reply to the communication of the ministers tendering their resignations, said he could not recognize a ministerial crisis unless it originated in the Chambers, and he requested the ministers to againu appear before'the Cortes. Though the difficulties are innumerable, it is thought that Serano will ancoeed in forming a new ministry should it be absolutely necessary for the King to call upon him to do so. HUNGARY.--In the Hungarian Delegation I one of the Ministers replying to some criti- i cism...

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. — 2 July 1871

thinsrs Stur' anduCathea. Meomse r. Iw a.ass Umam, sUU Ui. ýtrra fsoat arsalr PLAQumnas, Jam 17, 1871. m soma s tar d Oatis UmmseMars -promied sometime *o to d r eou a ties fr " Pelican Boost," but ti has SFnetm ,busy there, so busy t would not wait, and as the tide works n thatlouity to, the old rule held doably good. Now, from theb ouse at home" I steal a moment to stlll ay promise. Whben I write from the swamp we will alk about-that- place and all in it-its trees and bushes, weeds and grasses, lakes and IQageon, bayous and rivers, bird and 6shes 1me'ots and reptiles, and its nalmal A -aen. What a list ! This is a big pro. asse, so big "mine adversary"n will not eom lala about a book when I get through. Suppose, after second thought, we qualify ts a ttle, and say we will talk about as of th things. 'his will not frighten the readers of the STAR so much. But little of general interest has trans pired within my sphere since I last wrote, if I except the floods of $he last month, whi...

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. — 2 July 1871

4ninpR , S paci lir senw-r. raw OrLWaLU a, JDAna..UULT I n. dative beaty- petty cousia. bad plaoeto get out at-The elbow. ed country batter-An old ram. ads irredeemable-Vagabends. dippery pavement-Good intentions. imaginary quantity-A lady's age. Impossible quantity-Too much money. hen Is not immortal. yqt her son never sets. )gs without words-The solos of the tea a. inmorous grooer labels his soap "Cheaper dirt." n born blind can't be carpenters, because never saw. datone's advice to his children-" Beware Smatehes." ters should remember that honest tea is est policy. be found with patience-Your temper, you've lost it. we Is one thing which can always be , and that is fanlt. t to make both ends meet-Ask the sito take out the bones. y are types like eriminals a Because it is roper to look them up without proot at to eat, drink and avoid-The beet of bhing; avoid the poorhouse. on is the moon in a bad financial condi When she has passed her last quarter. wyer's elerk wants to know if a...

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. — 2 July 1871

rm wing Ltar and hII imesenger. law '),,IAP5. swUagZ. ML S. 1511. www a rs s nmm aw.uaa AnHANsAs, Jane 25, 1871. Te es Iisaer sof rrsalar s Dear Bir-Mr. M. Smith reeived the minor and sacred orders, including priest hood, during Pentecost week, at Fort l aitb, at the hands. of. the Right Rev. Edward Fitzrerald, of this diocese. On the 21s. inst. Rev. D. A. Quinn was promoted to the priesthood by our Right Rev. Bishop, aalated by the Very Rev. P. Reilly, V. .., and Rev. Win. O..  ,, of Little Rock ; Very Rev. Father Rordan, V. G., Memphis, Tenn., and the Rev. J. A. Quinn, of Chicot county, Ark., brother of the ordained. The ceremony was per. formed at Little Buck. The above gentle men were both students of Mt. St. Mary's Seminary, Cincinnati, O., for the past three years. The children of Little Rock will long remember to-day, the 25th of June, as the day on which our good Bishop confirmed Mtem soldiers of Christ and followers of His cross. . LIITTL ROCK. The Papal Demeustratiem ia ...

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. — 9 July 1871

ga$orngStr andCathoIIO lesenger W1ornng Starand Cathooe Wsemnge a o ruminm W enY3a? * • T Ro o 8Ta ha b agtet rewith thae pproval . the .cana eleeW n a v authority of the Dloee, to spp a qfzs yownc. admitted want in New Qrleuas, sad I - mainly devoted to the Interest tot the Trhe DInreot or tho ConepMyroX - Catholic Chureh. MostTo prevent l hbilurho, ad to gurateo ev. o . J. .the permanency of the undeatilag, It i Very Rev. a. RarasonD, Vice President. basda Bev. J. orar, .tl of whioh l one hhndreh thaorn Bev. T. J. Eaxr n; dollar eao. ev. Joaex T.1Nxaolx Mr. JoaN T. Gnuo , % ttIy " dole r, n veW thomee ae. itw 11 esrrsrmuaest tre esll*sese te MSe of eurDioese. teeaydia O -sr-, 1 n aenaWei t set. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF G(OOD THINGSI" 'me-serse.eperaa ma, iniseD. VOLUME IV, NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY IORNING. JULY 9, 1871. NUMBBI 23, Ilernilg 5tar and Catholic Mesenger. NIsWearAs.a sur A.s JOLT . 17an. RoxE, June 9th.-The Holy Father con tinues in e...

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. — 9 July 1871

If"sIng Star and Catholic Messenger. WW ORUiALrs, SUIVDAT. ULY , 15,m71. OLD TIMED. t Ir ete sa beautial a-e the alambroeus air That drift through te valleyf dreams. P a eomwefrm a cli whert the rmes wrae and a tuefuhl heart and bright brewn hair That waved in the imacning beam. Sl a of earn and oesa af brown, An aenw-whita fehads r theta, . " S ým.me eree d a gutrering crown, b a teee .Mmd a eeub eSiewn, Ioot hpe and leadem of prayer. alae vielesatrea beneath greea hoods. A babbt o breoklste. a seut of bods. gLrd warble und clambering viame. ALvlg7 wreath In a dimpled band. A rinad a lightd vow- a bresedden Bake of a broken and. J .-& tiny tack on the smow-white eand. .r tour a nd a silss brow. a -bers.' a tincture of grief in the beaatifl seong s That obe oen the selmbroUs atir. bind lonelness folt in thoe fetlvmthrong. b i ke down in the son as it trembles along e Wmrom a clime where the roses were. 01 "-e heard it f ort at thbe dawn of dy, And it smnglOd with an i e e n S in...

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. — 9 July 1871

Ing Star and Catholle esse ',ingrs =s,"0 Jt over an Our l- 3asM JW 38J Y. all, he ha iSrox HALL COLLtG, in the Go South Orange, N. J., June 2~, 1871. S this our a am his own The fifteenth annual commencemet of a lw, eto all College occurred on the t se it 2 nat., a day bright and beautiful, and all had faller hat could have been wished for. Whatis venerbli pry desirable on asuch occasions, the audi- mently casmore select than numeroas. together Bishop Bayley, under whose supervion arethe v Be college is conducted, ws present to at the u. reside. Mgr. Seton alm was preent ha h ather Becker and Dr. Burtell of Ne that, h ork, Father Trausioli of Brooklyn and overthro Nulty of Patterson, and many more. Of Crist's i e laityAwere Dr. Anderson, of Fort Lee, atrohe r.-. J. Ahern, etc. n the Were The following gentlemen received the We are egree ot Bachelor of Arts: Messre., J in, fearful e Dornin of Newark, N. J.; James A. the ever' lover, o Manhattanville, N. Y.; M A. mper S Cam.den, N J E...

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. — 9 July 1871

Morning Star and -Catholc Messenger. PSBULISBED EVERL SUNDAT MORINIG. narI OFd eb Onrarra AnaYer dvan)os) ....4 o e Maths. ....................... . . o ar . .. .. .......... .. . e o Son ........... ................. .... 0 Tree Months...................................... an e 8an. " oa ti vtemnts o- e ................... O r O ft 1s s lo se Te.w................. 1J i 0 0 I o Th................ 1ns a 44 70 otur ... .... 5 5- 35 56 soI -Ten ................... I 55 75  00 Jour ... ..1Our 3i 7 ou rememer aiftern. ............. 40 75 1q 180 1 80 Thirty ................ 70 130 180 n 40 sertion. "sat'rionn Advetisenentin a I 50 per siuace loeh an Twentyfve per oent discount allowed on the above ACut4 r~ser ted at above rate, withont discount. Dgeath and Marriage Notices. tL each in'cttoa. Wants and Personal Information Alrertsrement, ~0 centa per line each Insertion. -Edtorial eotices. a, cents a line. : IW ORLEANSf, tSUIIDAY. JULY .J. lVIi. CALENDAR OF TEE WeNE. Sunday..... July 0...

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. — 9 July 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. saW OeruLs, SUIkID . JILY 9. mt1. a aUROPE. E EoxaAxo.-The Jury in the Tiobborne case; P history of whioh was given in the STAn v, bree weeks ago, on the 6th, privately informed 0 he Judge that they were convinced the plain- ft iff was an imposter, and they were ready to t vire a verdict to that effect without hearing a tl ingle witness for the defence. The Judge, owever, refused to give his consent, and the rial will proceed. Frederick William, Crown i 'rince of Prussia, accompanied by the Princess c ictoria, arrived in London this evening, and n ere received at the station by the Prince and a 'rincess of Wales. The Crown Prince brings a with hin the ".Order of the Black Eagle," a which Ie will confer on the Count Bernstorff,- a The Ger:n:s Ambassador. The attempt made c by Germany to excite dissatisfaction with the liritish Government amongst the inhabitants 1 of Heligoland has proved a failure. "Otto Rus- d .elLhas been appointed Minister to ...

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. — 9 July 1871

Nemting Star and Cathi6iu' P fJlY ge tte wall . . IC / 6, -t & 1Tqm lU des Drocus or Pa=LD Aiin rioua.-On Sunday 1..t. . aBi Wood administered the s eascramet ci "on ation tothenumbers nadediY thtbehbre~es oe referred to as follows:. ,St.Ieresa's, 2d4; o Church of Our Mother of NeSws Oathe- ip dral Cemetery,244 and' "'' L ,Port maI Richmond, 475, masinsi,. ea mn- Oral ed last Sunday. On Teai memupnnthe eon saencrament was administl a Edep 'Iall, to 1 Torresdale. These, with 1579 alredy - Fat Bounced, make a total qf 2 p nonlrted Life dauring the month of June, irrespective of dre those at the Church of St Viuoent dePadl, low Germantown, the precise number of which eti we did not get. These flgures show the hol ineessant labors of our beloved Bishop. and bhe the actual necessity of his having, for the 2 easuing two months, a cessation from such able labors.-Catkolic Standard, July L arcl Our Sunday Schools.-Somelmoths since trio Mayor Fox, of Philadelphia, directed his sur offic...

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. — 9 July 1871

Mernlng Stdar aml Cathoc Messnger. ohick 5W# 509.R& s,.5UNWJAZ JUn.s. tam. she her tl JUVEIwCOLUMN. a she w PATTY IN TROUBLE. "comra " Oh, Pinky, I'm very tired -of playing And i with you." field, Patty May saild this to her little brother, J and as she spoke she shoved her little brown hat to te back of her head, and p her hands into the poekets of her red , h with a very discontented sar. A Now, Patty, do play a 11 longer, they I and I'11 rn ust as fast."e " No, I don't think I shal ay any more. were I'm bigger'n youea, Pinky nd I know best. mil When I play with ,you ought to be They sattyfed, and wh go away yju ought thing, to be sattyfied oo." Pinkyl a not satisfied, and the tears drie squeezed zir way from under his sandy pain eyelas pain " on't you like cranberry sauce, SYee" ter, "s Well, 'ai going to piqk some cranber- for ries. Mamma says there are none, but I mamw know I can find some." hung " Oh, Patty, the cranberry meadow is Anl more'n an hour off." ljl m " Pooh ! I...

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. — 9 July 1871

3rming Star and Catholic Melsonge sw oaLUAxe, sEaDr. UnLx 5. s11. UITma 30W M.yA, ALI. UsmL, Az,., July 8, 1871. dtems Mornlng a ar nd Cabelle Messesers BlSnce I wrote o last about my flen: the Rev. Mr.. Milburn, I understand be bha been splurgin in Mobile. I am consoler however, by the fact that all his efforts at not mental, else he would not last. A present this section of country is consider ably agitated by the scenes and doings a the Universt of Alabama, situated nea Tusealoosa. T tat does not suffer to want of publiei stitutions of learning,) so called). Of it, well as of the rest of thi States, it ean be said, with truth-. oat Lead o lads, of liby sad dolars Oft I bed Sest iamb. ol bus last Ia acholar ! Last year the University bad from onut to three students and some eight or nine professors, each drawing' a eslary of from 00 to 5000 dollars. The scaroity of sta dents arose, no doubt, from the Radices tendeniees of the professors. It would be a nies question to settle who...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
x
Loading...
x
x