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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 7 June 1868

n.gaw O'Ra5rls1, s5ta ia i t It is said impeseb s t ' esisas4 00oo. i Kit Carson, the eenee pioneer, is dead. p Oregon h Deorey twelve Ib Gen. Shieldsiit lecturing in Missouri for charitable purposes. -. Isay arylac oa, i Zx-dlo hae ten tuchamnandied at Wheat tndoautbte fiorst l n~, , t Then trial h of, se. b pDavis has: been -postpofned " ..t - PTe- Copea d ofitr ar preparing to meet (hen. O'Nei~s raid. u b p $250t05 to eeel brats the Po ofly ýCalaott~a. gi'~a revenue debkader;whas, boo found. jrlt by ajury. Peter Cooper and others are organizing a sociey to proteot the Indians. a It lis jmldthakthewastefb a ordsmakes ' aer material fioor bi g p urpose s I. A pronunediento hadbeen made by Gen. Aurobins, in Mexio, against Jares. reRat ditr Cady EStaaon's paper;Si , sasto huaveinten soesasnd oiraculation. Stewart, the dry goods king, and Bonner, the press emperor, are both Irishmen. 1 Gen. Stoneman has been appointed to the command of the first mlitary distriot. i According to the ...

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. — 7 June 1868

r maRW I A D CATHALO JISHEWOEB uw onLarANsQ SUNDAY. JUNK v7. asa. To MAKE A HEN Srt TnA STRANGE NEBT. A broody hen Uay be made to wit in' strange place by'being put on her eggs at night, in the dark, and shut down closely. After a day or two she will keep to them. AsArAGU.S-Shonuld be thrown into boil inghot water salted, and boiled until three quarters eooked.- Ionger boiling makes them tasteless. ' A spoonful of butter and flour, melted in a pian, with half a pint of water added, and stewed, makes a good sauce. HoEx-MADE n ix'E.-A contributor to a country exchange says: "As we -have any quantity of, dewberries and blackbetaes this season, with I furnish you the follow ing recipe for making an excellent article of wine out of either the dewberry, blaeo berry, strawberry, or muscadine, at a little. cost and very little trouble: Take as much, water as berries, mash and bruise' the ber ries as you put them into the water, and leave them in an open vestel' for t'enty fourhours; then st...

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. — 7 June 1868

saw OWXAIM sosm -sC WE" Dbiocane o'r "iTt PaS? tlP4 efW -f thk Good ",Our- t a.b. b thse ordes of thel SheephGl iMat o St. Inie St. Paul. In . few ays they will com mence their 3gbod' Work. We tritmt they will meet a hearty co-operation from all our citizens.-No wiiu terl O(hricle. DIoCnsE or LP .-On Thur. day, the 21st, i ' ofNa ta  Ase.n sion, Rt V,l B W 0  =dt sacrd. order o o v. Mess sad klha dr r The men were a of J. McD 'oft eat, St. Patrick's Chureh, No'r l S. Daniel A. Brennan, atthe Church oiSt Rose of Lima, Carbondale; R ev. . ZCtehael J. Devine, at $t. Mary' Chdh, Boraentown, N. S. Coifrmt atsion-On Sunday, the 16th ult., the Church of the AnnunciationRev. John McAnany,. pastor, was thronged at the erly mass to witness the administering of the sacrament of confirmation to three hundred and sixty-five persons by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Wood. The RBt. Rev. Prelate prached at the late mass. It is very rati ingto us to make announements of this tind, ad we congratulate 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. — 7 June 1868

213W O5LrI.N¢. 8U TDAY. JUNE 7, iWs. Irish Servant Girls. In-the present day, when dishonesty is so rampant amoUgdomestic servant, it tbkes a sm llincome to supply ther ned. A share of bread, butter, tea, 8:+gk; etc., is levied weeklyor oftener, to b t eMed tol the so-ealled cousin or-frimf . I knL.w a reliable source that many of the rle families, living in this city,say to the girls at work in families: " You bring me bread, cake, pies, coffee, siigar, or tea, and when you are out of a-place or sick, you shall have a home with me."-8priniSield (Mass.) RepsMica . That the above paragraph should have' its birth and .paternity in Massachusetts, need surprise "no one ; but that a New Or leans journal should copy it,'and give the slander the benefit of a ', circuloton over double that of any other journal in the South," evokes our special wonder. A'few years ago, the New York Observer had a series of well written, butas truculent and untruthful as they were pointed in style, complain...

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. — 14 June 1868

1 . , .. . . ... ..L' , . L":,,tL , .lF 1' Fj 1 1 .i{1ý ,-, ., . ' D ,. _ ..- .. . : . , ,.. ",. ý .-K., -t ',. ' ' - " -I " pýr) . . . " . ý " . I;: f e" . • . . U 'W 3 ,IL, TU FEET. OF THEE' Tf'TJI GLA3 TIDINGS OF 6001 THINSI V I : :,,. NEW .OiRLEANS, SUNI"AY 14,.868. ______. NUMBER 19. .~~~~~1 . · . . ."._ .. , i , ,, . . : 1.. ltOOatrlll `mss rlm at Im Ieau. --amr-m aarP .astm.yaks ,14. 1900s. TZZi QXIVZCw Q.GOOD. was Oavaca qrro-o. BriONi.t.. My fanmy smands am Time's disn hore. Beyond which rolls the sea. Mysterions, dread. and stretilidnu ona, Throughout eternity. Upon It mils flail smdny a hark Of wnoblorlag human thought: For sonie, lak gales seem tilled with hope: For smlne, with fears aur tfaught. There in a rock upon that hore.. W*hose hasbr brs'es the gal,. Apainst whose ships, with spirit crews, No blasts of hell prevail. Joy ills my" s.ul-fur safety near. Until,-alas, th,. griet! I think of imy cure n.ufttug lil*,. The past-Its unbelief. It still ye wav.-s. a0 .,a...

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. — 14 June 1868

zomius oax hle A. i X 5U NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAT, JUN 14. iSIS. Irnm the Cathoto World.] NELLIE NETTERVILLE " " o0. ONE OF THE TiANS NTE He pulled down F ~ mantle" as he-spoke, and N that, instead of covering the bare she had imagined, - ---°merely concealed an qpenlng into an in ner antl smaller portion of the lut, built right over the - creek, and made to answer the purpose of a boat-house. Into this the water rushed,--o as to form a basin deep enough for the floatingof a boat, and one accordingly laysafe within it concealed by the overhanging roof from observstlon on the outside. It was t- flat b6ttomed like the native craft, but iad been evidently built both for strength and speed by one who understood his business, and its chief cargo at this par ticutlar-ioment seemed to be a qifantity of luxuriant heather. To this Roger pointed with a smile. "If I were a Highlander," he said, "you might suspect me of second-ght; for I have gathered, without thinking of It, double the usual quanti...

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. — 14 June 1868

9 0 WInG TAN AND CA&HDnJX N Ums. NEW ORLEANSla SUN'DAY. JUNE 14, s189. A .AT2ItN AT ?VAhMa. The petty malice displayed in the con cluding part of this article will surprise ni one when it Is uasrstood that it emanates from a source tnever omits an opporta nity of flinging qng,9rthing Catholis. --T iat --tlating to the ri'sl'Pritan," shows the unmenneted Celvinihi-tc snimal. One of the weaknesses of Americane abroad is to seek presentation 'to rowned heads. -.Our. Inisters'at London, Paris, Vis' sa,,ds sr continental capitals ar "sbore to ( "-to use the eomimo- " p i requests for introduction at ---curt: 'VL etiquette'asy person ppm ent& .tals jov 'must be ofl suf- i at rit Pihm works well enough iathe ease of eabjets of all amen arhial government, whether absolti..oe limitedjt b of .persons eatftldi to:prese  q1W4 ai- . _.. But when ap every mt adiwc ie ia among us is enitlog to visit e WhitstIlouse and shake bands with the President. Probably our repub lican court ...

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. — 14 June 1868

Il a gras sal M"anyau. ma mw rsmaso waruser cr r, esa rles, asIen PagUdle ,., Nlem 1E The DlrectesflhSQAP s5l -,rnw very Beev. r.a " " tJ.e Prerdes -.mo,. . .'. M4U.' oD, . Revr. A. L a sA . a r . ..  , mCrecve. Tre la ,r hlnumt riae ]f- i5R' A.eabmleus lwo Ioard tho aofs par quae tou* n bie asre. eaebwic nnwl a aM i Tnms7ncaf t ve pari is Ru who erih ltreet~,ase tecoarly shall b salede dsuhb dicount t abeve rmaned trsaaI5Uatre I a be Tagsed c..prided, that in no case t s dinst eont greon wedd - pee ill buemniess tiest ofda in., tatohbe chlarued 1muitsn~B, will e isbee abl oa e hu eundayr...:June 14"-Second teiuaer Pran comt Moneday... .June h5-0.Jm, sdtoo so aear t* Tuesy. ...ua noe -set. ai th·ei Arl crRegs wm edayn.Jun e o17-ert.st.T P ur o chi . Thursday...Junae 1-.Oscve ao CTrpus Chriati, Pride......J.se 1-.aes-et.oared Heart .f Jess. Saturday....Jne o-s.8 atlt. Pope a' Martyr. Air.-The "s ubseriptions whlich we have received since' the last remittance will enable us t...

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. — 14 June 1868

facey fro5 w ,finds. nd" .t.. ter minated. nrht ocmmunion c eremony 7Fh the people f' the Third -PDit iyltl losng remembe with pride and sati aetion. The Plo-ltgiso Cc I We were quite np ttintrodnction of manly games sad, eeteets t our publio gatherings would elicit a hearty interest in this community, as they have always done elsewhere, if conducted with eve'ry neces sary guarantee of good order and decorum. Our readers will find apractical proof of the correctness o tilo ypothesia, by referring to a correspomdenee published in another column,on,*s pipe-nib atbjet. *It --ppe.a that the ]ad it lesfersos .City and the Fourth Dislhat, atetaken sur haasitesUe in the projected` enterprise" of "St. 3selph's Fie-sc Anasoition, thatbey oSrved Pprize to be awarded to.ome ofthe'uoeesanloon testants at theia Feu th of July games. This is a delicate, graceful and appropriate way of evincing laterest in this laudable undertaking, and we hope will be followed by the ladies of other parishes. T...

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. — 14 June 1868

M AIn su m arisra sumi suess. Owr orLAxNS. SUWDAT, JiEs 14, IseS. WVV AMS Wmox. The fortune ofwar--Priz money. A beastly exhibition-A menagsedf Something always on hand-Your thumb. Dearer than life-Fashionuble 'funerals. Nobody's child-Joshua, the ion of Nun. Read work-Two negroes butting each ether. A real sweetheart-A bullock's heart stuffed with treacle. Lawyers, it is said, as a general thing, are very fee-ble men. Why are large rivers like trees i Because they have bramehes. The'only man not spoiled by9being lion ized was the Prophet Daniel. If a redbreast comes ]to your garden, does lie come there a robin ? The Mississippi ought to be eloquent, be cause it has a dozen mouths. When is a blow from a lady welcome When she strikes you agreeably. It generally costs little to get a wife, but often a ruinous jimount to keep her. Apropos of earthquakes-One touch of nature makes the whole world kick. It doesn't follow that a man dislikes, his bed because he turns his back upon it. What...

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. — 14 June 1868

- -__, __-"'-"---'--~',"w------- o t arasu perano ai-u alW OnzTApe, sUeDAY. J0n4 14. INS. ` another. taheir heE arid beo-ple t he 1ec ten i choe ofofu· ' In eJlPo i tot g tlwes blnh ih.ads 6o b r ualI# to , rabbI~ lasletS slVn, for:p the Alen n merciful purposesd awh the act p by the hagia of toa the Irish. The hanging of the disa . ot satisfed. the savagery of the'-Eg mind for a Ee time; butthee tesehingethen"given de by the Ensih , i aili Li~'quagr- cc tars e r o tf tea .lth-e. fhrthieipt out- th rages. twabble of England havenotfor- m gotten bd r hounded fe them onto against theIrish, to cri g the"Fetians ," to a a s war of re races." Thphbare not ahagtwenlereept fo tion 'ven to the deprnatsi o who r be f-otir ouanabr e proceed to Wldarp ro the in tt of priesenten to the QUft a pe+ m lon on behalf of the lrishp en then under sentence of death for.rt loa in the -anchestert frest r airsthey at all in sensible to the inditements that even now are addressed to them to inflame 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. — 14 June 1868

3ra oazsAxHs pUrant. Jmxa 14, s. s FINTIR'S SMILE. )w IP II. . i LLk ast ufonder pretlt rainbow. Arching o'er the anry I I 'lellin no the stom 1 , /Ot Aºd the sutn once mote ! ·' After .l1 what Is that raitbo * ut.the s uhins In the ~ib ' iltno n pretty .ed . , Angry clod5:, liLop- tin ]ran ' so the hidden saleo Virtue - Wake sa beatay In ourtears : And Ihffsaes round our adnees. Sunshine In declining years. * t l- - r.s-ao le, o eeMM repiinng! Struggle bravely with the storm : ier the sun of hopol is shining, and is amiUing oft your tears i-Ane Mariao. _ID FOR TS= NIU. Catholic hearts in many countries have Sbeen touched at the sufferings eaiseed our Holy Father, Pind IX,. by the destructives, brigands, and revolutionists, whoe/ae seek ing to uproot one of-the most legitimate and paternal goyrnminents evrd vouchsafed to mortals. Spain, Switzerland, Holland, France, Belgium,-Ireland, Canada, and Po land, have, in grater or less degree, evinced deep sympathy for the Father of Chris...

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. — 21 June 1868

. . . f.5 Sft- g:,." IIr ýý? " " · · .i r oU.-Er.. r hyiia '-se*ROY 3*1.fFUJL* TO5 FF. O TU0 I *RAT .1M ON'' f T#iIDINGS o GOFO 1ýINGSI" Temaus1,t* Sb VOL!:.VE; I .AN8 SUNDAT G9, :Uir=K,. isos. -NEW ro m l m -l liG .raa JEIW ORIý. BUND4.., JIN sng. i8. w'o airirne rrsw. The deWoaprs vanish one by one. That meaem to glisten everywlaare. - a a. tthe of the sun TntOl hili p of air: S. b ts they do nut die. The doiiwlll blisms to gentle tain. Anl wal farlt fiwera to may : Sred rits ad Sewers In ei er - ky in rt lH e ba bore to die. The tplesas thItougts f ofe - dawnisg ,i,. Ar pie~ i arr my by o ll and ,ate •A w~Ltho dusty road of truth. S" ddeun path of duty Iarq : And yet our pleasant thoughts are trlo,, Although they pass ike morning dew. The~" s from us, their light is ihet On booken works of weary handl : They pam fvt ag. their iweetnaers tifl tim asier toil in .Lpplier lIud'.: V et every man Ieneatt the nolu [loth all his deed to ibe uonfe. Our pieasmat though to are like tihe...

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. — 21 June 1868

memmG eSU AD CUnuonL ammm ln NEW ORLEANS. SUNDA,  NE 91, Isee. Irom the Catholic World.] NELLIE NETTERVILLE; on. ONE OF THE. TDSP4 ED. " God help you, a- scried in a tone of unfeigne laying at the same time her withered hand upon the tat tered kerchief which Nellie was trying to fold round her stately shoulders. "God help you ! and is this all that them black scum of Saxon robbers left ye when they turned ye out upon the- wide world to seek your fortune It "It cannot be helped," said Nellie- with a little chohing in her vbide, though she tried hard to eTil it beneatlan assumption of -indifference. "And after all, these rags do but make me seem what in fact I am- beggar. Only I hope," she added with a little nervous inagh, "I hope that Colonel O'More" (she had learned his military rank and his real name, Moore being only its Saion rendering, the night before from Nora,) " will not be utterly disgusted this morning when he finds out to what a pauper he extended his hospitality last ...

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. — 21 June 1868

WOEBe amn AL" n urnrsi di -. o : A, o .-- · , DuaLni.--Dr. Davis coroner for the county Du bli adwa.tat Lucan on the 18thil, t. ontb d ofb ayosnngaman named Edwa Hi aged :etieen years, who died tl wdT~~viosly. 'he follow ing fats wee at the inquestin con nection with the death: Deceased was em loyed as a stonecutter in the mill of Mr. hetileton, and about ten days beefre:his death he met with a severe, aecidental fall while trippli g on thermill lot'withanother -lad named Patrick Brothera. At' first he felt no ill effect fros the fall, but next day inflammation of the hip joint set in and proved f tAm Sir Ben in Lee Guinnees, who was re turned from Dublin at the last' iamen tary eleto,i , a1c e sonetl year on,-eeount ofe bi munflacence in re sto~lzW St. Patrick's Cathedrsl, died, inlon don on_ e 19thtlt,  his seventieth 'year. H raemibiltýiv eAi Ineý in-bl7inen the 2d, lb at., net thub s ownfSf S.-Patriek's Catbedrael or the. family vault , a Mount -Jerome would be ithe place...

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. — 21 June 1868

Them a nsi :asraa e atherTarse ar, aaetauviw late t e *145 -u Oy E. ru.m , G., n v., Tee.s 7ev. T. A. A 0. NiRe. J. . 'Saw . ES.RI s, vo. J.'s j . 4371ss .t MI..a J- er aMI . an or.no M Te . Io All all ee m d mik s "'o Taes et m Four Dolkar Pe asaum. w debit o eroferedstthne of iWsn pe" es. havgseuin owthic r e PeOW heromtsiaserte ast lterval, to be cim oargql regua ad o Umnstr. t Raileroae lwreyll not auety sucha disot from above named tonaust rates M pasbeaged ipew Iided, that In no case sall Al ceats eomt e to charge Iastrs f Ci t, a I hany speciltel nmber SLasi os, will be phto d oure times and charged ll renslat raimveteeent mto t be paid hr is aor S -'boN OLE>SrI, aUnD AY JU E a1i, I mt mittee. It i wit we r t. puad y.. ..-e 1-Third Sunday afte Penteiost. Msday ....faum- u.. es. Apstle. TnedyJ 2frt-y f ro n ahr martyr. hte rwlt-ate t con Jueoh the Baptlit. Te recry.. J l*'rei hot. out pIlatis o....Jlw tw h p lsoAbbot. .tea`--- A lrabs ........................ - . ...

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. — 21 June 1868

the clergy of. this diocese. Everything seems to indieat a complete success lf this undertakng, g and its result in a cbPreIpg fStival. Visitors will notbellmited to the Canal street ears for traspotan teo and from the scene 'of events,~put boshe will leave the ,Magnolia 4 ndpi. ' the 'New Basin, for the halfway bridge, at regular intervals, capable of arryinag hundreds of persons. ,For M.l details as .to orations, games, amusements, charges, etc., we ,efer our raders to the programme adve'ritsedibL q r olumoas-to-day. Theqaere seria.letbat temptg.Uilof foe wibefound extremely entertainjmg,even though sickness or other midintran ishuld prevent its readers from partlspati~ a g~ rticaly in the feast. Benefit fbr the Bable.. Times are hard. True enough! Hard for the strong and healthy, ard for the wise and prudent. But hen it comes to four hundred helpless babies and innsents, who have all good, healthy appetites, aad can't understand why they should not eat when they are hungry, and...

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 June 1868

/lMS UtAZ' AID' OAThK1U W r .nan NEW ORLEANS. U DAY. JUNE 21, 1858. .Carzzrmb AnD NCEA*WICAL. To SHORTEN THE PiROCEss OF DYEING.. By previously 'xidizing. the oil maed in the beginning of the- process. the time re. qmuired for dying calico and woolen clotlh with madder is materially shortened This may be done by heating the oil to about two hundred degrees with a solution of -chlorate of potasha and very gradually adding oxalic -acid, boiling the mixture-foi several hours. To KEEP NAILS FROM .-l:R-1-A Bel gian has made a discovery which may be of some utility. It is that the rusting of nails employed to fasten the branches of fruii trees to walls can be prevented by drivini into the wall, in contact with the nail, a small piece of zinc. In giving an account of his discovery to the Agricultural Society of Ghent, he exhibited nails which had been eight years in walls, in contact with a piece of zinc, and which were not at all rusty. NEW METHOD OF MAKRIN WHITE LEAlD The following pro...

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 June 1868

-W -A An 'ID OTuE W NOW XW ORTLExaNs. SUNDAY. JUE 91. 1n W IT AD wmaS A sweet planet-The Wordathat 6 m ca tions. - A move in real estate-An earth quake. . C ra fool with gold and he will pass t. I The paper containing many ine points Paper of elesds. Avarice stares its keeper tosurfeit those who wish hi dead. When is  ia thinner than a sbiagle t When be ii shwing. Ail' fita "" t f gi-One 'Whese money; inter-851bT' A oafgtisoQaer' advertises broken hearts for thirteen .mst apeand.. _ , Taken' up. ir breaking and entering a An ekegds. iaad tears his hair; but ap enrageLwoman tears heraumbbmids. True greatees never seek, to-Slogise itself It knwe-toowell.its own littleness. When are skipping. lambs like.-libra volumes --When. they are boundin' sheep. A swai's breast eannot be seen when he swims, because it is so much down undae water. - A girl with a "ringin laugh" caused an almruf flAre out West. Theytook her for a belle. Bulwer says that it is justifiable to steal a thought or phras...

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 June 1868

IMOING rABa AID CA~.O LIC MZ SUM . nor - ,,------- ' nor a NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY, JUNE sit 16., he v tans IM mONNT OF ATHEB YOUNO. eil We did not think it possible that any m1n4 civilized government at the present day, cqu would be found so far tforgetful of its obli- or hi gations as to c4oerce' tile violation of that oet sacred confidence which exists between oyme confessor and penitent, doctor ai d ipatient. or a Judge Ballard, of Louisville, Keltucky, has lies, thought proper to perpetrate li u:lct, which do even the autocrat of Russia would not dare only "attempt. This enlightened judge has com- priv initted the Rev. Father Lambert Young, of star Frankfort, KetLtucky,. to at common jail for refusing to violate at trust confided to him sum as a priest. It was upon the occasion of a to a outbreak, terminating in the mobbing and execution ofl a negro who had outraged a A young girl, that the Rev. Father was placed cow in his anomalous position. The better to to t understand this c...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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