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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 July 1871

!SSW = oe Aon3 as T --wa--an at wa WasarGTO.--Th U., 8. Arsenal exploded an the 29d nst., causing et destruction the lo probably reahiug Goo 000. In addition to the artllery and cavalry equipments and nsnsnerl ufii ildardystores,.tbe seum tsetpm sdetroyL "ueoatlnal mam a Oni models of fire-arms of all a eons, tI'a, with specimaen of uniforms, ofmmnin a vale-. able oolleetion. DurinK the frs there were many exploons oa m shells andloaded m  kets, but fro one Wasr'there YimJeld Thin followin is a copy of the it breought to AdmiralRgen, by a party Cae saO , afte the arrival of the expedition in their waters, and before the first ooofliotoearred: aIn the yesr of 1869 a man of your natloen, named Se bigar, came herm And communicated and then wprt away. Why cannot you do the same t In 1865 a people named French camo here, and we refer you them as to what he ped. s people has lived for four thosanto years in the enjoyment of it. own eivilsation, and we want no other. We troueble no ot...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 July 1871

taw 031.3*35. S. JULY as. 11. the wil be S 2ULW. of Sls ,IRST AISnUAsL tIern G O0 ToHn no 00- oo- c vnumrrET A5i50 liToi-srssCrs orf JcannxMASItN AIm . . MTTa-=TLmrn e rtox . .OSm . t h aT. The ret sua al, metin*tg of this associa- textl ties tiook p{e on' Friday eianing, JUne i lb 30tb, in the Round Room of the Rotunda, apt whicb wgs deasel-Pbwded in every part. ian Among the dhie&l'-lsbed gentlemen pres- ue ent on the platf6rm were: Sir W. Wilde, Edward Pardon, Rev. W. lie. 2 G. Carroll, Matthew Keely, W. J. P. basn M'Dermott, P. Talty, Bev, Mr. M'Grath, betwe Kilcoleman, King's County; A. W. Harr, ome. L. Waldron, A. E. Lesage, James Reilly re I E. MMacMahon, Peter Dempsey A retard Webb, Robert Butt, E. Pardon, Jr., John read i Nolan, Christopher Smyth, Thomas Ryans publis J. Godin, J. J. Dodd, P. J. O'Byrne, artile Thomas GeorghegaP, solicitor; T. D. Si- men ii lira GO. Lemon, W. Keating Clay, solid- ventn tor; W. Ladger Erson, T. Leech, Dr. Grat- lag p tax, W. Allen, Frane...

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. — 30 July 1871

ng Sr Tr5C 1 8ietC tISeNOger. WeLr Uak A , s T rJor a1o. 11n. JUVBIL COLUtail, LfTTLB Tom. tMlsh K , 'he ailr me=s .l A of the J'reslve& to at is'g the ent the Aun a a i e i ~ a a i v g a s"sb e e , CONst TeARTl. IAefo howverDINI. she e year 1825 a young, abRoman lady Conata'U Woeadini, after praying chuvere attf kt Aula esle before an ofva, the symptom gr i'reiaOlve to ore a osife-; aseafot this par- h I at Teltn. Before,, hwEver, e m tached euk de ato, bhr eartas iesed she was sent to the convent inrm r remaining there for aix months, the dl ians ordered her to returi to Rome, co g that her native air wouald tend to Sber health d; and abe was cease- st y taken baek to herparents in the t of 1826. But neither. btr native air a mildness of the season, nor medi- ai 11 were of the alightest avail; on the pa ry, she became weaker i and weaker day, and was severely affected with ,, convulaston, and a complication of be naladies. The alckgirl earnestly be- . the Almfllty to grant h...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 30 July 1871

erning witar sad Caths MegN er. T a e smaw oassUrs, wamooM 3 sM o ne. v e* d cu m.nsU hs has e Though it be eontsay to the spirit of this a hs ezeellent Soeliety to hs i biter th* notile dAy eis sometime5s beeir which sender a mention f itwho boards works a positte duty to th)e journal whibd e- i'5rs sires to keep its readers well informed upon The diast. part of the 4 au nt .event. nus osnalderal O8e such event occurred last Sunday, it having bee being thi occasion of the annual eamination eight a inel of the boys of the Home, an institution whieh that we based1 was started by. and is now carried on under been endeav the auspices of the Society. small an exp The Society of St. Vincent de Paul was first aord a sua instituted in this diocese in the year 185, at Properly i St. Patrick's church, under the spiritual gold- the funds fon anse of Rev. Father Delacroiz. Since that extension, time it has made steady progress throughot appointed, the arbdiocese, relieving the temporal as w...

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. — 6 August 1871

S: / ornig Stair adCatb UorningStarandCathaole e s.enger ""-l f 0L53o WoZLj Y o~ - Tarn sIoznaNG Orsa bee bsa tL r . ma. we. rs.U. fa tw. " with the nppraol oa thet F;'leutadh. ne.e 1u or ljg ugs sr. age pear,' s ., sa e atberity fa the Diescm, , W. tdat amittnd wa n Orlen. "d . matnly tmote' to the t.tn lb " * srswcr. II 4~ACatholic Co To prevnt U alO r le, and naa t NhyuaCotHrsof acompanyare, the permaneo ofs the andakig 1 Most Rev. Arohbishop N. . lient, ba on jt oo oolP rIVe e,. G. RiO", t of wbloh i me hmd toma Ver mer, G. Bprxow, VTce Pridens. Aollars, imAetesass aAs ev0. J. MormaN, dollars, aeh. Bev. T. J. geax, Rev. Jon FrIA"Ax.Ma Mr. Jo T. ascoeN, --W-eIProe of thTe asf u Mtr. Joan McCganad, hta", atommd to t C Mr. Jonr H= Ds~ aox, of aamm owN •.. ..... ob ..4 sm AU eommnnlat[onee'o to be eddied to the o . e  tOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET 'F P fTHAT 8RING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THBiNGSI" - An Musutati omL-cr. In. as c. et .set. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 6, 1871....

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. — 6 August 1871

morning at ar na a atnouc messenger. sW OLUmANs, Is DAr. AUGoST e. 18rn. | (ter the moinaer aed CathelMssMemaangr . I "NO IRISH NEED APPYLY I fe tAt. Pi30. A Iste. N day's lsTa gave plae to ioes Written or fathemad by "Mesale" elf Whereln he wm an ld that Pady is sold into beaying a ugh at a ih aesOlsao sly kith ck tirtlai, Telling el that etarvelee t ýgl. Whtle quetlag the phrase (o rtare in or days) a That the "Irish no more need apply." No waman indoors shall scrub any iere, Nor eoak. wash er mend everemr I -:or man td that race be gives a pies, "Guttng up woeed" nor sraag· store ! C Then whatmuas be done, as food we haveony, k And all oft u out in the oldd Digging nor ditchingl Nursing nor stitchingI Miseries many I Sorrows untold' Arrived at the docks, they arve us hard knoks, Trus t us no longe instorshouse or bak!k ! Go where we may. they sen·d s away, The uanle befre us a blank I Paving not driving. rva i r strivng- - Nohavea wherstowe may By ; And we haveraekll higher sta...

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. — 6 August 1871

WErnmig Star and' Catholic Messenger. 13W GElUANU.m SUNAY. AUGUST f, 1871. THE MEETING AT DUNORE. BY PATRICK CARIITSL "Wake up. tall Tudegoh Crasidy, shake slumber from your eye The lark is idngnlg overhead, the dawn illumes the sky; I want you to travel of in haste dae miles boyanS the So slip your brogues pon your feet, and heap the eabin door, Tall harlough soon was up and dreeeed. and took his kippeen down" A dnainty pllnter of the loe he out In OGarristown ; And quot be. "Shamue of the Glen, what may your messag' be, Five mile byant tim heath.brown moor, that I would "Now, Turlough, here's a letter which you'll bear to stout Malone The truet. bravest, white-haired boy from Dublin to bthlone l And sure the news will rise the blood that's in his noble veins He'll do my bidding, or the grass grows not on Tlagal's TallTurlough took the letter, and be spLke not one word more, Bot oapa oe nimbly as the stag that crossed his path beicre; And whiles he whistled up a tune, and whilee he...

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. — 6 August 1871

ferning Star gd CathoUc Messenger. PWUU18D ZYVZEY SUDAT MORWI G. By0 idL thawes onths.. . .. : **- :::..... p i0 Tar es ----.... essbs: P of ..... ...... . . T nth ............. .......... ...... I ,s aMot ea 0doS ' 0 0 " Son . 55 7 20 pe n.e.............. 40 73 10 00 Transient Advertisemeate, r 1 SO0 iporn ar each in4. lo in. e.I T'vwaty.v.per seeat diacount snwed a on th above A iuts. iMertel above rates without dleobnt. eath and Marriage otis, each Iserto n. Wants and Personal Infornutin Advertisemen, tin SS rj. Ooaob 0nmrelM. 004q s o te.5IIU'• . ." M z. Loar smm UDA. AUGUST 6. 17. D-o o, Szw---0 ,_--e---""i; ......g. WTrdanegatin, Jf Ouly 19 21 per y.lday.. .. t, 141 peta, Con in the parihor. -dureh of AuA empt. o; on Sunday, them d230 persons -in the hurh of St. Philo ameau ab..ugievlleW on Thursday, 27th, saseay.. .aug. I-St. Clara, Virgin. it, Ag persons i the parish church of Thibo-e danz y ea Sunday, the t0th, 128 persons ihe t. Mary's church, near the town of Rac...

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. — 6 August 1871

Star and Catholic Messenger. Aule So a s. A. AUGUST 6, 1. dltor Morn To ueCýmSua n itB r·s. -Those of our loThe se ubscribers, either in the city or country, July 26th, rho do not receive their papers regularly, teresting re requested to make their complaints bhour ano ret to us. A note through the post- cises; but fce, or a complaint mane at this office, meat, detl ill receive immediate attention. At half Spada) b' st. Mary'f Assumption Schools. llshedori~ Followini These schools commenced twenty-six years some choi o, have now an average daily attendance of to comic children. The boys, 600 in number, are brght e der the tuition of the Brothers of the Society The dr Mary, the mother house" of which order is thirty of Dayton, Ohio. The Sisters of Notre Dame, men-at-a hose mother house is in Milwaukee, Wia., ci al chas ve charge of the girls, who number 70o. wio dn With such capable, earnest and careful in- eloction motors and instructresses, it is not surprising e itio at the pupils...

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. — 6 August 1871

M frning Star and Catholic Messenger eoW OZANU. SUNDAY. AUGUST s. 1s1n. = 11MI CATNOLIG WZWTIOZ Dzooesz or Lonxsv.xLz.-Everywhere we see a new impulse in the Church o Kentucky. Soon she will be, if not ahead at least on a par with her sisters of the North. The chureh in Butohertown hae been greatly enlarged, sad a new house fol the pastor built. This speaks well for the pastor and his people. Rev. Father Cogh* Iand is building a new church, which will do honor to the Catholies of Knottaville, Davices county. The House of the Good Shepherd on 24th and Bond streets,is fairly under way. The Sisters have selected the irst Sunday of August for the solemn blessing of the corner-stone.-Catholic Ad adsate. ANRCDIOCESE OF Nuw YonK.-On Tues day morning, the 18th July, at 8 o'clock, Rev. Thomas F. Lynch, of Ne' York, late a stadent of the Diocesan Seminary at Troy, received ordination at the hands of the ost Rev. Archbishop. Father Lynch iS an aolmnuw of Manhattan College in 1866, and it is no...

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. — 6 August 1871

lerning Stat and ~itnaouic Messenger. m JM M . UGUST . M HOVE WiE AND WIDOX . Sky-lightas-Stars. - h On the rise--Baker's yeast. The worst thing in hair--ats. A bigtthing on eyes-Spectacles. oves One has only to die to be praised. Something always on hand-Your thumb. the A mere matter of form-Cutting a dress. bert The base ball clabs of course drink from *qi itchers. nht A wonderful anrial phenomenon-A flight gra f stairs. and The man who works with a will-the Iar robate Judge. rattl What nation produces the most mar- won lages Fascination. What relatives ought to make the best Gus edestrians Step-sons. As Some tailors would make capital dra- e : ooas-they charge so. " Do write, and fear not," is what the Wei nrls say to their correspondents. acrm Life is the greatest of conundrums, be- T anse everybody has to' give it up. ing An invalid at the'sea-shore is trying to ing, et up his strength by eating mussels. to One fact it were vain for astronomers to and Leny-that the " Milky Wa...

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. — 6 August 1871

Merulan i vaid Catholic Messenger. NEW in0 1, UgDBAT-. AUGU1T e. lull Viar. eb~oss .so UaITID IXrTs. Naw Toax.--The Btate Island ferryboat Westfield exploded her.boiler at twenty min ates past one e'oloek .undy, July 30th. ' The Siat bell bad Just rang when the explosion was heard; The boat, as usual on Sundays, weP rowded with people having no less than 300 en bird at the time. The scene of confu sion and horror which resulted baffies descrip tion. The boiler burst, carrying away the whole part of the boat in front of the steam l]y. and scattering-the' debris of all sides. lMen,weomen, children, horses, wagons, boards amd chairs were hurled iu the air. Nothing escaped that was on the forward portion ofs boat. The passengers. In the rear rushed for the entrance en masse, but very few escaped without some injuries. Thseene was frighbt i-l, sand man' fainted sway *om fear. Bodies, debris and portions of the wreck fell among -the passengets, and increased the confusion. a Many people ...

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. — 13 August 1871

orning Sr and Cathollo esenger orngStradC o roarUSID Waarntr r beoNvrwa am ouoi ti. n .... T. woame erua ha* at es. 19 1C.wad.I ateet bsaeees F*eaaeuts, with the approval of oIsl ,u w a~ , tre-. anthoerty of the to admitte4 want in 'm rh , TheDirseerot tbeompaartea CatholieChu. nost Rev. Archbishop N. J. PLun. To prevent all o tloe, antr Very Rev-. . mox, the pemaneny of the ude via Peddent. based on ajoit stok compn, tle Rev. vJ. MoYr au A, e Pre of h i o ne hunate s Rev. T. J. w , Y, dollars, in Ave thauuandedshaee, o t Mr. Joax T. Gmaoxs, Mr. Joa McFCInAG, . IL, Mr. Joax Hospeox, W approve of the afordes na Staking, and oommned it to the tLi MJ o" oommunlcoatcaar t o be a ddre~ e to the of our Dloees, i&trsera.f .meratagtaeradosU.exger. t J. M. Aacwrsworp or Nuw LebltiesutlMa Oi o.11 ara nelet street. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THREI THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" VOLUME IV. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 13, 1871. NUBER 2 MWrning Star and Catholic Mes...

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. — 13 August 1871

runing Star and Catholic Messenger., rW ORL.AnMS. SUImDAr, AUGUT fs. M. (Wo the MYertig Star mad Cathobeo Meeaea. HYMN TO OUR LADY. Stt "SLLrA srLsEUUN'AI' "ea/ *0 i" ' teosr ir OU•IZvLA MArl a. Oh! bright sad beastees Mmnin. Star, How sheerin are thy ers, whmn es by tramvess ae halt .Oa ll met wear warn Mar 1.ai.aasa. !roaer pray teen whil beras eearth we stay. oi hegh .sesem - rear, and ALa deak dsdamsgoabow ada What weeMitbe, I Mary,dear, mast Unlights by tdby love! D Ob! Moarnin Star, etc.. Wall well we know. when tempests brew, of And heard are thunders loud, is -Our orning Star, withdrawn t view, ha 8t Iver lin s he l d day. * Oh! Morning Star. etc. Oh! Star of Jacob! Morning Star the Precursor of the Sann! o Obtain for us to hear fom Him oat The plaudit of " Well done !" ou Oh I Meaning Star, forever pray For us while here on earth we stay. hun mlil ,For the Morlng Star and CatholleMessenger.1 tiot MARDI GRAS; cn A Tale of Ante Bellum Times. T By Tm. I~4ItM WATnI. mir tr...

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. — 13 August 1871

Mrnilng Star and Catholic Messenger. rsw oswLal SUNDAY. AUGUSTr Is. ln1. mH0oY or. SE on0Reslmr.. (Ceotfduo) In the year 1796, the very next year after the first inatitution of the Orange Society, we and a speeeh of John Philpot Curran, whleh-throws a lurid light upon the earliest achievements of these odious people: When Mr. Seeretary Pelham moved, on the 26th of October, 1790, that the House shoald adjourn for about a fortnight, Mr. Clurran strongly opposed it; partiularly pon the grounds of the necesity of put ting an immediate cheek upon the still continuing outrageous disturbances; of Ar magb, which surpassed in horror every thing he had ever heard or read. He had, on the first day of the session, stated the number of fasei lithat had become the victims of tlat infernal barbarity at 7Q0; it was with great pain he mentioned that, upon more minute inquiry, he found as many more most be added to the miserable catalogue; he wasin possession of evidence ready to be examined at thei...

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. — 13 August 1871

aiita0 an d Catholin r. : ................... s in - ".. . .................. . . . l mt ..S.- .... ........... . m bI naheouta. Ne . ISO _ wuAer as tl 1: s.ic ............. .. r s an n4 L td ats lrr the Siar.la l P. J. McGovaawx, $S Daphine street, Mobile. J. D. awea s, eoreet Markets ad Twentys s meond strSeetsi, Gaest reon. s eea mn aJ. . Lam .maanaT T Idao -------,-----,------,w-- l si n..uetted to na.ske their complantat. irte to u. Ad .- w throughn the apost- o Sreceivee immedi o attention. sad beeutifl easemeales -lnaº . Holy A harch t, ehowlg the mWM MrAee ttaebed to rI Hifes ,It y ej f:aTI he repti the oly ram t of m oftr .the Mc.ovRNa, 90 ad a ph d whitr are of-l p fet.ed up the oub r oa the Body andt- b J. :. Lx --S. Txxn, Laredo. a t lo o Ar scrur, sa- the re of other so mab y Cathol per inD te strrid in thery, eJe.nag. We know that no Catholiw would -ecthink of beetg srried without hnving irst ho do not reeive their panpers regtheularly, are ae sted oly ris bu their co...

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. — 13 August 1871

Umntngg Star and Catholic Nw * ohm r NOW CarLA3S. SUNPAT. AvWU! se, 1r71. ou tedw gr. wWWWa- . *7 teaol - sho alaweI. xall allfanvrolTU . Iu, This excellent lustitution, situated within sbo two miles of Shreveport, is conducted by the God "Daughters of the Cross," the Mother House in this State being now established at this emo Convent. T On Satnrday, July. 25th, the distribution of dma premiums took place, tisrelises for the day be being of a most interesting and variedAlhatae- So ter, sad giving conclusive evidence of the * great improvement made by the yoeng l'tid wlsd during the past sestuon ,nder the careful be training of the good Saters. We are happy to learn that the Institution is in smot flourish- bo ing condition, and fully supplies the areat lug want, so-long felt in Northweern Louisiana, the of a fidrst-al female academy. We give in fall the spleadid "Addres de- and livesed oathe occasion by T. A Flanagan, Esq., one of the best lawyers and most esteemed tiea citizens of...

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. — 13 August 1871

MIiugt Star and Catholic Messe r .ei.- w A ssu.DAtr, iroST s. ul. The LINES TO OUR LADY, tre ro3 Trz rnsZrTIAL or ass AsnUsrPTIO. han a3 Oulumtlia Mant.. Alti !of J a sweM e tt geet ot Ouse di. aos twi t id SWe e bed the - ratipleal" dbowdb owe nsthis jMetrof his God ando thn, qu.. a ameltealed eIi Beheld. ublmbe and gleoioun Queen I here at thy ft B n this vale of tears, rejoicing that our Lord has rown dt hy brow ith de em of stars. by Hai faint and -mtartyre 1nhle1y the angel beets who sarreand thy And we thank lim that thy glory shall 'erageed the 4As thy ohildren learn to Imitate thy mstehless purity. Was OC that bright throne wbere thou art placed, so near the source of gace` . T1ou knowest aL our misries then turn to us thy dre face. test W'hoee browUi ever beaming with compdslu sweet. t, ft rays; ho .ad ulde.u by that same dear hand which led His on Infant wa3ýs. reH O Who, tho' the inget Heaven and earth, yet abuse to ra Thy God and our--ohb Mary dear ! oh ! Virgin Mothe...

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. — 13 August 1871

.-rning : 'and Catholic Messenge raw uLamaar A mSWAT.ar Ws s. ITL WV AM wa=1Mlr. Bow to be wise-Drink gage tea. Wool-gatberlage-Figktb between negroes. The height at adversity-Pledging you Avolume that will bring.tears to your eyes a volume of usmke. When does a man have to keep his word When no one will take it. Apoliceman was seen the other day with a nmbrella trying to arrest the rain. Hbappiness gew at your ireide, and b no to be pigked m tramgers grdn. The reason we don't hear of gla giving th mitten now-a-days-they dent lmar to knit. A sermon in four-words on the vanity c earthly posseesions-ehrouds have no pookets An ill-bred man is said to be like lightnnin because he does not know how to condoot him self. Politeneas is like an air oushion-There mas; be nothing in it, but it eases our jolts wonde fully. Railways are aristocrats, they each ever man to know his own station, 'and to stol there. Who is the straightest man mentioned in th Bible f Joseph, because Pharoah made 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. — 13 August 1871

:-. beR l ItIVDVlMAbTe s.'absta, .. t aheigoer-e e-.i noty saote, all o.if liber ý ýeeoa. ,a n tr a ms P t a lslave tar rade. oTi e - .-- ' c * decisions of o' This centory is coneded to be one of London ma i- a In scienceand arbt Invention, mtsu of tr ery theory and experiment are the orrhex-te ottoes of prof.asional lid artesaus. All Chrohb, We srive fo one oljec&-the. adyacament of nrl P-id5 kno ledge. Th Atheist, t Infidelan and , 1,r - S~~oe Potestat t e forth e his -mightiest lt, ste ehfor 'theld nOf o lfdution; Wie a a ,tip f 04 eeks to deter Thus .far od ot intoldi" phloophyo plth sic, leity clash ad a lmy oa eg'trampld di nAr foot in tee itn an the , Bos.$*4 e Su s tu bwat It doe t uea toa e odure atoodtto te of narsoi c e oglae reasoning is which we - roned fous Irne eaud iod posite of 6o ever would there be more joyful daloy t. In the ni ithsVeltle th tan otht ich the repre i setatie of peter, the Ap htier, could od, eiwnce and art in esetaitts and cd m of evu...

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