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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 16 July 1871

- g-d-l-- Morning Star and Cathollo IesseO orningStar andCatholoi Messenger t !uuBBE WUXLT ·Tnu MonxL'xO B~TRA has been started n.14 n W.NE.L PtE ._with the approval of the eccleeiaatL. admitted want in New Orloaeis. an i Sa asoUrsea 00-ro s eat.~~:-r - ' authority of the Diocese, to supply fKo. 194 Carendee street behersu Paydras and ont Smainly devoted to the Intrrets of the Laeyfetre streetr. C .t Catholio Church. To prevent all flaru, and to gRane The Directors of the Company are: - th oet~r. Archbishop N. J. pERCBd olar, on e joint staore om s, th ain SRer. Gw lent.a tai of which is one hundred thea a cery iev. G. ]Argo , Viee Preeident. dollars, in 0ave tEhonad hbe, of tw v. J. ) KEN , dollars each, , OHv. J. M LANoGmA. • W r T. JO KT. no , Mr. Joux T. MOross, We approrv9 of th boresald ed Mr JoHn McCarnr, taking, sa oomm-en it to the Cstho Mr. JOHNt HEfi(ErSON, o J. oneno o Oa A omUnieso.tioreWt ba to eae ~ ~, D~wDew 1 t,186t. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRIN...

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. — 16 July 1871

4Rllring Star and Catholic Messenger. EW ORLZZAX. SUNtDAY. TJULY 10. 1671. LINES TO A SKELETON. ftfty years ago the Lodoan - orsing Chronicle 0mblished a poem entitled, " Lines to a Skelo moo," which excited much attention. Every d.Fort, even to the offering of a reward of fifty g-iness, was vainly made to discover the mother. All that ever transpired was that-the poem in a fair, clerkly hand, was found near .e"keleton of remarkable beauty of form and delor in the museum of the Royal College of S4rgeoas, Lincoln's Inn, London, and that the 'Cartor of the Museum had sent them to Mr. Prhry, editor and proprietor of the Morning eeld Mthis ruits! 'Twas a skull Owee of ethereal spirit ll f This narrow cll was life a rotreat. +Whiat be s led each spoat What dreams of pleasure lontg forgot ; tar hope. norjoy, love nor fear, avre lft one trace or record here Beath this mouldering canopy tineasbone the bright and eoyye ; lt start not at the dismal void; f social love that ee employed I wit...

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. — 16 July 1871

Morning "Star and Catholic Messenger. isW OLEAakB, SUNDAY, JULY iI. 1aso. IJNES WRI TEN ON TOMMY'S BIRTHDAY, S JDNlE 25. 1871. SY tus AUNT -MARY. The year, from its flush of summer. Swaned to its wintry clea, S An bloiemed gamin in beaut Since the star othe househo rose ; 'Tiern yearsulne the bews opened, hence thise river of gladnes fldos. Sweet star! undimmed at noonday, And making the midnight fair! Is it sunshine from Heaven that lingere. In golden gleams, in thy heir I When thy soft, dark eyes grow thoughtfau, Doer thou dream of thy sojourn therei 0, tender and heauotful marvel. A miracle new each day, . S That the Zeelest of thinas created Should hold such a mighty sway. With a ueeptre no monamh wieldeth, The hrnds of the infant play. 0, kings of speech and of music. Your rival is ever nigh; Your thunders of eloquenoe stir not Like the Ultile one's wailing cry; a ' lYour sweetest strains cannot gladden Like itt laughter rippling by. 0, glorious chiefs of science Your realm is...

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. — 16 July 1871

igeoming Ste -and Cathoic Mesengr. wPnTsa IrVaT sUDLaT mass= Year . s........- - ........ ..:::.:*.. * 4 a " ... ............,.. " f•{ its Il "m I m os T o. . ............ ... t f M 1 *uurw'e e m a e s ......ms.. t"-- mt .r- " ?. ...... ...... - to 0 sis 8 m 4*t 115 i the b Thfor· - - temp 18-8.-- ··-·.let .t 19n 9n Transie ptreiMov eats, 0 D150 Puner re ee ie. by est.... iw eytdi se.--t ·alo,, d en5 ,e b. by sl ,ts. eaLu·f· Lawsslda.s He  sa1...u- ys -- cisr  • SD. SbAwi , corner rket and Twena said J. E vf Oo..t V Y, JULY 1.. teno. No t we are prepared to reeie or forJothe Work every . V. ription. Weof Mount Cumel. a r d tiony....July 1in-85. Aleais, fes low ar. prompt attention gien Jroe all order. Confessor. Fren Irria. '.... J et. ][.r` ag Load W are happy to be able to nnune to ou o gebeforethem for the list of ar.ishes that hprint ALADIAa. 01 J ontrbutd, nd thorner amounarket and Twenty- by o t is very pr.obble that the total amount wil nt J. Z. L aby au 1500,redo. his...

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. — 16 July 1871

Merning Star and Catholic Messenger. sw arnAm, O D . aST, .JULY 1i. tt1. V XIT3D .T'Ats. a Ts OaaxaaO EaOTr Now YToa.-It being generally known that the Orangemen intend ed to eelebrate the saniversary of the battle k of the Boyne, which was fought on the 19thof b July 1690, and remembering their outrageous a conduct on previous occasions and the insult- n ing emblems they displayed, several Irish as-b sociations in New York held meetings and ap pealed to the Mayor to prevent the parade It being tacitly understood that should it take place their would be a riot. The excitement increasadg the day approached, and -finally Supt. Kelso issued an order prohibiting all processions. Gov. Hoffman, however, over ruled the order of Supt. Kelso and issued the following proclamation : A PaocLaaerrto--Having been only this d day apprised, while at the capitol, of the act ual condition of things here with reference to " º the proposed procession to morrow, and having II in the belief that my pre...

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. — 16 July 1871

Morning Star and Cathoiuic Messenger. lH ULEAXN. .UrDAYn JaULY 1r L Is. I Si. Uncertainty of, ihes. land In the money article of the New York TI Journal of Commerce we ind pa intelligent. 2,76 response to aninqnlringmlna. The answer less is in the main so good that we reproduceit 1861 entire, although we desire only to ask durt pecialconsiderati'n to the statements made The r+tive to failures and ultimate losses, sue- the 1 Aied even by those who gain a fortune: An " Old Subscriber" wishes to know what proportion of those who succeed in Lenst acquiring a competency in lusiness pur- Ucats ºaits ultimately retain it. This problem conna jas been worked at by many statisticians To with about the same results. Of those who Th ngage in business on their own account, la nly three out of a hundred escape failure, Krge md only five out of a hundred succeed in King volding an entire collapse of their first 14.98 ffort. Of those who, at some time or other, have in hand a reasonable compe enc...

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 July 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. -- ,- ---- - - - - EmW OMLUANB. SUNDAT, JULY 10. 1871. WIT AD WISDOM. A fireside tale-The.cat's. Rich music-A million-air. Joint proprietors-Butohers. Shoplifters-Plenty of good customers. Drawing-room-Apartment of a dentist. Fruit for balloonists-Currents in the air. Regular line of descent-The descent to the grave. Women who would not touch reptiles marry drunkards. An improved monkey wrench-The Darwin ian theory. A well-bred woman never hears an imperti nent remark. Is the man who believes in suppers necessa rily sup(p)erstitious How to get the exact weight of a fish-Weigh him in his own scales. A husband at home evenings is the right man in the right place. Woman shows her fondness for the unity by always wanting to be won. The greatest glory is -not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. A flirt who kept a list of her admirers in a diary, wittily called it her Mes book. * A bachelor friend compares a shirt button to life,.becan...

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 July 1871

ljnling Star. and Catholic Messenger. 3aw O LIan. SULrA. JtL2t is, 1s71. N (Ctnames k. al ose. pa that Alderman Butt is in his inmost soul an Irishman, and that we will bsve him 1. stro~gllng with us for Ireland yet (cheers)." .D~i E .Freeman. d, CONFIRMATION. The Lord Bishop being now engaged in n the annual tour of his diocese of Waterford t and Lismore, his Lordship administered to .the escramedt of Confirmation at the Church of St. Nicholas, Ctrrick-on-Suir, on Friday and Saturday, 16Gth and 17th of Juno, to over two hundred children belong- tl ing to the parish. It was generally re- ej marked that the children were, nearly all in of them, under twelve years of age, and th in one or two instances three young soldiers be of the Cross were below the age of seven re years. The good Christian Brothers of St. or Nicholas have given practical proof of their 17 system of training. The boys underwent se the examination on Friday most creditably. it, The pious ladies of the Presentation...

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. — 23 July 1871

ornlngStuwldCatholiolre@UODO d u oF'ing Star and Catholler rowmo "as· $T .ommgamua~m-"----'-- l"ornig Star and .CthoUo Mess enger "k,.. VUDL.U.n Tr W EY 5Moammo SrTA ha he neNewortmene asa.oie Atesonr. fts . L :.A with the approval of the a No. 1t4 tlareiees strese. Iaewe ,Psdres.sa authority of the Dioes, to admitted want in New OrleM ZXle fevefte ~mainly devoted to the interests: Catholio Church. The Directors o the Company are: To prevent all failure, and to ost Rev. Archbishop N. J. PaRCeent. e p e of the mndenknom , it ery Bev. G. RAMOD, Prent. tl of whioh is one hundred t . 3. MoYTNMHA, ,o dollars, in fivethoasndshtare of V. T. J. KsNNY, dollars each, V. JOHN FLrutrAOAN. r. JoHN T. GaIBONs, r Apues q t 55 M ae. Anes r JoHN McCamraz, We appeeve of the sd JoHN HarxDeZoN, taknlg, s·an comend it to thetl of our Diego" A oommanieUations to be add sr d to .. f Js. ao P o r ftDnrU-i 0K - rweliitr "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT 'BRNG GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" - _ R...

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. — 23 July 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. LBW OBLXANS. MUbDAY. JULY 3, 1871. IN MEMORIAM. Prentice, of the Loulsville Journal, thus speaks of the following beautiful lines: " One might almost wish to die if be knew that so beautiful a tribute as this would be written to his memory." On the bosom of the river. Where tsana. L a quiver. Where the t streamed forever, While tthe h os to fan her Sotly to s rd at sa. At erprw a pio _k bia Inthe lush of yotsh stood aresmind, Throsgh his it. br s ported, And as on she way he losted. Oft tht pilot. ans prthroated. Warbled lays hoe and love.ha B rouah thse locks so brigtly dlowing, nds o' laurel bloom were blowing, And his bands anon were throwing -inl from a vsof gold; Swifter down the stre be glded SOn the purple waves divided, And rainbow oarch abided on Canvais snewy dd. Anxious hearts with food devotion Watched him Wslin tor to tocean Prayed that no wild commotion 'Yid the eleaments might rise rAnd he seemiedaum yormg Apello, Charmnig summ...

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. — 23 July 1871

saw oLGEAx . sIUDAK. JULy 5n. lteL. THE ANIGELUS, HEA°.D AT TER MISSION DOLOSES. 188.' Le of t P. t c bnErfMorettsu music Stir fU. the widsm , Ti ugn  ms h. tflhof the Present Wl~ eof~ m rmpses. I hear cll, she m te sun descending On rock and wave and san d, As down the coest tme mieo voloes blending SGirdle the heathen Iand. Within the eircle of your incantation No blight nor mildew fells; ner fere unrest, nor lust, nor low ambition Psees thoes airy walMls. Borne oa the wll of your long waves seceding. I touch the farther Past- I see the dyiun glow or 8 1sneh glory, The sunset dresm and laset! Before me riee the dome-shaped Mission towers, The white Presidio; The swart commander in his leathern jerkin, The priest in stole of snow. Once more I see Portala's cross uplifting Above the settlngsunn And est the headland, northward, slowly drifting The freighted galleon. o solemn hells I w oensecrated masses O. takli blls l that lulled with twilight music The sptirtual fold ! Your voi...

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 July 1871

Sr aar da s Cibholeu Mwese r IoI a tsw t. i. UL -ulw. w _..-- --- am we- i4!e . en a a"i .. ..............Jee msas Two Mi'v. Cmes, ~h. ................... . . . T ,- ............... 0 ... 3 5..... 8 g a.t leO 255.. ... o.oooo.,...o.. ....o Jive ............. .... .. 48 7 Ct setred t saove rateon, witot dsout. Dsa and vew teses. 1 ri eah mgsvrnea Mkr. Wi- t oe wll wetell at 40t. orltterfo oTe. 01 e60h t r o Th ht...J-- u 3.l--lAoa "o ppeelsatd vr. Wlinta J asS 04-8w lanfr4stihel on oorit te. W ibitionedu-s- L of "-te Ane o th e Conhen n. . e10 ne eer lne a onh nse rton. a rA , l ,corA t cen·o atinta - WZOIOAT3, D.&IDAT. lUJl 33. h71. CALNEdAN 0L TA" W. E. -..da i Jly 93..a.Aftpln .V ran sad Martyr. Tihuzai .. .Jnll t-t. Paats-. Martyr. r latofe M the gtar. F. J. McGovreRI, 20 Dauphine street, Mobile. J. D. SAWYt, corner Market and Twenty-l Second atreets, Galveston. J. Z. LAwmSDc a, Laredo.I Joa Wonr.--Our friends should remember that we are prepared to receive ordera for ...

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. — 23 July 1871

taW OLUAB, hiVkDlr, JLaY m. 1sn. sand smmasssmest asd daral ]Wmiassim at us OClaMtiaa OIlsg--Sesra 11T0-7T1. For the past month we have been giving our readers acounts of the elosing exereises in the various schools, soademies and oolleges of New Urleans, and have endeavored to allow none of them to pass unnotiaed. We believe, and no doubt we are justified in our belief, that we can boast of as fine institutions of learning in our city and in its immediate vicinity as ean be found in any part of the United States. Parents who are not disposed to send their children to a distance, can certainly find in our home schools as excellent a system of education and as efficient professors as they can wish for. To those parents who believe that children become more studious when separated from home influence, we can volun teer the suggestion that, provided their chil dren are away from home, however short may be the distance, they are under the eye of a stranger, and the object of having them...

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. — 23 July 1871

33W 1cUANs. seAT. JULI a. 1o. Diocsse O Lou zavILLs.-Death of ister Bridget Spa.dUg.-A beautiful soul as d..e varted from earth to receive its reward in eaven. On Tuesday last, July 4th, at 1 C o'clock, r. x., died, ats the Academy of Mt. b St. Benedict, in Louisville, Ky., Sister g Bridget, (Martins 8palding,) in the sixty first year of her age. Sister Bridget or Mother Bridget, as she was usually caled, ti was born in what was then a part of Wash- 2 ington county, Kentuckhy (now Marion county) on the 13th day o January, 1811. Her parents were Edward Spalding and Elizabeth Spalding. The latter was an aunt of the present Most Rev. Archbishop C of Baltimore. - When butnlne years of age, b the deceased Sister was entered by her pa- , rents a pupil of the thea but recently es tablished school of the Sisters of Loretto, P in Marion county. There she made her first communion, and there, at the age of b thirteen, she formed the holy resolution of 04 abandoning'home and friends to consec...

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. — 23 July 1871

lerning Star tan* Catheolic essenger, Nwe .LUpLa-SU'NDlAY, JULY 53. 1871. A poor plaee-Tbe absb onse. A tenibtIbehrc.L-A.Afteen-inc. gou, The needlewoman's exolamation-Aliem I A co-operstivr movement-The treadmill. What loses its flavor when we borrow it? I Wit. The coe which all drowning men want Bes-one. Was it at a raffle that the man won the .pb lie ear How to accumulate real estate-Never wash yeourself. Levity in manners is' succeeded by laxity in principles. Let rebukes always be soft words with hard arguments. What trade never turns to the left T A wheel-right. A joist affair, with but a single party to it Rheumatism. A literary elas-Builders, they are always finishing stories. The city to which early birds are referred The city of worms. The worst kind of education-To be brought np by a policeman. What is the highest pitch of the voice T The place where it sticks. It is a mistake to suppose the sun is support ed in the sky by its beams. What utility is there in killing hogs,...

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 July 1871

Morning Star and Catlhel~ Munger, 12W 033,ra 3smDrZ; ULT r S, I,7,. Ti . vsdsss ltels/'- is aý.L. Tha LAsssa bsusgauma h Name. ADDRESS rno3 THB DIOoC8 OFr WATCOZ. The. address of the Diocese of Nathesb to the Holy Father, on occasion of the grand twenty-fifth anniversary was for warded to the Rev. Father X. Leroy, who was then in France, with a request that he should, if possible, proceed to Rome and present it himself as a delegate from the Catholics of Mississippi; and likewle from the considerable number of Catholics who had either signed the address or otherwise expressed their sympathy wit the magnanimous representative of ce and right against robbery and any. 1 The following is an extetom a letter of I Very Rev. Father - ray to the Bishop I of Natchez, d Rome, June 15th, giving the gratif g information that he did ar riv time. We hope to hear from him cry soon. The money in question-to the amount I of $486 69-was sent by the Southern Bank of New Orleans to the London Joint 1 ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 July 1871

·rir 04 s ··l; r:; )rid'? ElongpStrandCah to IieDq r q M ording~aadab~.Vug n'. 1h4-o E.seae O eW iwNeseewa my "e'~aa wt the ý,wm of _h .oeVhg Tax ,.,,. .authority fcaDomt I e,1Me!".G. damitted etI wO1s.tI 'ZheDfi~otornoo the Cetepaay am Cth:i most Rev. robhbishop N. J. Prau a To pme~tUhlre u o w Very Rev. Q0. RXTMocD, Vic Presdent bn a Rev. J. MOYNIUAN, te of. whh eehabdt.. Nov. Ti J. KXNNY, doilt ie, lavtoaitm~tv E doflais ec -. Rtev. JOHN FrtaANNAOx Mr. JOANl T. ERmuos, Mr. JOHN McCmuxvs, "' eeeisf "srMeet 41"Avhe~p Mr. Jost Huz asoaw, We~feo he.m.A~ 111 eomaatlonlslre to be addressed to the ;d~tD *? 0a2.aeau ,:,; . D er -aaal "HlsR.I ar& trt OW, BEAUTIFUL ARE THE' FERT. 4F ,'AHEM'`*,A't RAIG GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS I"__ -msmie a.ian VOLUX9' IV; --- ` NEW ORLEANS, .SUNIDAY"I JORNIN(* JULY' 80, 1871. 111U2. Wmrning Star and Catholic Messenger. a R33 01.NAS SUN DAY. JULY 30. 167t. 7o3x 302. U ROrs, July 1.-Tbe following is the an swer made by Hhi Holiness to the Address b la...

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 July 1871

" g ning Star and, Catholc Messegpr. a si onLr.Lra. UHDArJ, OLY . n. THE 'COOLUN. as MArarT n'sawaorr. •., 5 ,, beside where theme s.. wme *- las" A e .eshslfvein .f~lS sele lki. s e a, eihng as wot*e a,, shesi s 55 1 e su fb I, b *s sss thet sadailg sw r n o rs d rp elsa e a..... .e... ·Hmoob chg U l s7"iR. si.esr on . .. , arl ;~= rA¶' ."r5ih besTM . "_u. .i staing meit w, I e se teo twet oan aOslow zEý es e its t tses tss r tthanblackbird r thrush, sbIlseb toe t5ar oIaashewer will gush The essetlhsl C oolan , m ftra t mssg It shove In the sky !' .irt sins sad e listem, but many .sr pass, ades twome sl neath AOthe eaIpnyatd Pass,. gI. e-le Mar -,ateed _upopn the mae s.tw, Iis tme hy sat and listened .o o . to t.h the r... ei sY  boy.'ts the maun, u he say while hb e sighs, ,gt01 o at sike aide. with the l strsaming eyues 0'"11 la wg e st Omagh, 'A'e sle theb Oseba" he sas, ad he signsr -s-m, ir,. sua ,btu t ba.k the dTay of my youth ~-Swsdl ULk5 the giv there. ssnypa sm...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 July 1871

raiiig Star WatD'LCatBolc: essenger.. a 1 *.1 emase alo. : O . Tbh Iritlh OU4iaa,, of which that d stis-- i gauleed patriot John Mitchell Is the editor, a in its issue of the l2dsays of the, Orange riot : 11 This horrible subject absorb ssid hides ' Sawsayevery other-for the week. ,.Gyerlo Hohana's riot sucaesded s a . as to ;ay ;:.o.utjgtg-aix, men stieainzin. their gore, - .iode fmany others who wTdli s-e tr.. For 0 .ti.wee .k w0 have found it absolutely m- b btaibple't arinve at all -the' details of the hrrbtbe il asiness with gnytiag like acca . .y Not" an. Orangesmen: was hrt; P sare .ll=eatseeman ; three soldiers of the a Ninth e aet named WTaitt, Page and ti P r were killed, as it is believed,by the T ..l...'liis"fotherstpid 'mlitiamen, who,o ipW º edid of know (providen- Z 'tIa r bO o to reloaI theirpieces after hs leg redeee. b Whii the police force didi its duty well- a .,the,only dpsy which .was effectively per foreed at ala--a part at least of the New N yro State Milit...

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. — 30 July 1871

a .riiT M r" 'W . __M "We hea A+,sa * * tb . i S-·'. '" .............. . WW. d a- e s.. .... ....p....... .. ab thoe ! I-j ...u...a.w.....).... ws R. m esa , fi I co.o ,t .1.0 5. o S........ :: a a --ao _ -.w. I : m .... . U 1.'.-.--- 50o0. m J. M -Gov , 0 Dasuphne street, Mo s -ss. s. B1As , o, m mesDu.ket and Twe- wr Vmte pon cet sata on5 tb aoor the: Dnve Amonto zv Co·nmalauons *ro Parrl~ Fotm.~.for ** S hasts at saporve the s. deWs ned has re-i lount. ti n ass Pe ese l n -k .... --- W ;;" lw, m o tios etso .the lshowi a.m ea tb- - oas m ah- it0 d ae a AU H  rh pr......iv ate el He a a 2.so -ES ad S. gou n es. Martyrs. lh' sh Iat v. Bishy. Ma..tia nt whote 0 eu th is • titted to be Eminence CardinalcA.eBarnabot upa i--- t of the o·Oando at Romer, as an montra Sto the oly er o the . th faloverthis .ý thaAe MDonese of t fe1. of 3.5J. l rlono, 20 Dkauphe street, s ioble. .aiD. Su, nd.on M ar an se-lal circ-faces and forms, one, so Namils.r, in .5e. L y nt m rie, Lahedo. y a boi...

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