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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 August 1871

ningSt arnd Cthollo edai'ger Eor fgStw bad a PUBLHED WH,LT Tr Tax Moamme ra!4 ha bee reworik.. eLLs P us oQmnvee, a, wlth t approvl o te 'e.1 Let L asseede sensan, u sthorit of the D1wif* P* ae tW.n. tr4wue. m ne t isn Nw Osnsw 1ome _ mainelr 4erotd to te Intenat The Dareor ort he komsaMn - "s To prevnt al iU end o baI it Rev. Arcbbishop N. J.7. P L C. e e Ao P lhe peemdeond Ibo undeddd SBrev. a. RrP ,,oxtt. am- ohh 'f theuad aib bl r.J. Moranux, dollau, in Aivethouendohgrs of r. T.J..K n , dollan eob. r. Josnr F ,AAoAx. .. _. FLANNX. Join T. Gia~oms, . ..,sli Ilw JmmlLL Jont McCHAWPmT, We apprve of ,b aied&,e ·Joa Hm~ emswor , taklnlgd , md itt. t'to Cath of oar Di01, .,. t.r r oU.w.eu.tN . ! n t.. as mag M on o +,e_ -Mio---o. le oeumutee. HOW BIEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET -OF THE. TAiRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI '!te--,Seslaetmma IN& VOLUIE IV. NEW ORLLEANS, SUNDAY MOLRNIIUG. AUGUST 30, 1871. HNUBER 29 niiia Star and Catholic mesenger, e3saw OarL.a. SeDAT. AvUGUST . i...

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. — 20 August 1871

Wrliing Star and Catholic Messenger. a awr orsEASi, SUNDAY. AUGUST s1. 18st. we ----------~~--..... ----- et eti NOA. mn a arusena ow ras arsear. oi 'Twa the oGss as ieepn sle," a e# ee.9 irs. .. u m .h· in the aithm aw. e . rav en, eL e - glance. BAs bma d Sarl as , wind. le bah swat hssa vt e sea: aTo Ad ts of aot, ras rag of baud iptopptde laid thmsmlo. A iare to edde ymth he pronD. s heet to gsmsBe, the A t ester t ob Oe" o*ld pX oo o a t breath Nc-eastan ol.nvader s reo g.et Th s Danl ea,-klngs Sd.l we Or mie th·e ee1s &! din tws bo H ame atomo hai bbut awehe.e itamtingo r'edf~na re eye, rbo HL slaughtered bgheteat., is Twsar-m rose ',aist Albion's power Thi Spranmnrths boh train t to Neo blooie waup rash swords were out, no hse et esl aad vsay bi bT hew comenc npt ofd pthe esent Arn: ttheresod, W. n r4ear the e sun r ex aB chme noteot bkto, j blo. seoon, Sh beLard the wozeaw woEo ; re w Reft a tUO mgbaID b h scodrt r ofd .. log -"-- co, l t ed, " o- ,-_, . s m hadlena...

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. — 20 August 1871

ng Star and Catholic Messenger. te N gW O=ZLEANS N SlbT)P1YAUGUST e, leadt. a 1 TRU- TOGERELAND. wil wit ndE dea EO Tvor With n Mlatin, OfNheller. not. . Tor warrant ase t fbelef th14 e 1a Tree to ofd land. Pe, hOser on t eo in strand. To'e "stramsU. ald. Wbhere'e r eers a lbe. Ei db: tLhee our a rattoe . e To make dcria d free t ivn ipo wrougs sa righted. thm Torrelmdtll o r US raoi om Goateent h c are haem.r. ml h e True to ls them o Ind. g i BAn indpubsendent ni m 7 an Ofnfreemen brave sld trae. eo h True to the e old freland. ,Ati ho mohug the bills and streams, o e- . . on the foreign strhand - AO. nd roserit ohkn en hai O'nEILL DUIIT. me ills GREAT SPEECOH BEORE TUE DUBLIN COBPORATION.T D The intense enthusiasm manifestedr thfoughout Ireland at present with re gard to the Home Rule movement, headeid, it is, by such staunch patriots as Isaact Butt, John Martin, O'Neill Dauntand oth ers, warrants us in te belief thuit extiacts rI from the speeches of these great men will be ap...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 August 1871

M- anBrd CrthoUc sen r. saIm 01 smcamb OU Sshamelea . u "n ................... e de I s a. .................. ....... It d __________ theest.. b YanaYe. . it ............. WI ,e...at c aov..... , Da eso sr",, M .eoh i,. -..e.t. .w. esa.t ,isesaet al d s the above, cond streesees sesGateson laats sus 2 -ab IsamtUi AdvsrITas mea, mt mm. OREA S d. S-N . R AT, U T 0. 2181. 2tb J. S . Aug.a c ~sst, ashredo. Pta To OM 8vemnns. --Those o T our a bscribers, ei er inS the ity or country, who do not receve their papers regularly, am-fuetste8 . o ..f ke their eomplint le# to us. A's co--r through the post- T will receive immediate attention. J. Z. Lar un dErin, Laredo. Wri Tothe ot iSulas. e hae Those of our en ebcribers, ei ther in the city or country, in who do not receive their papers regularly, at eveing. We know that no Cathomplaints would thiae, of bea go married withoue at this office, ti willived the imreiang and strengthening Sig NPUJIAL Nsaas-One of the meet edifying o i graces onfu...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 August 1871

ing Star and Catholl MOe.sse ' o!er J always yAWesmLD,'Ius sNu3vo3t, LA. den, the Phis excellent Institution, situated within should o miles of Shreveport, is conducted by the God o u til )nghters of the Cro," the Mother House this State being now established at this invent.'h On Saturday, July. 25th, the distribution of d alaums took place, t tezerOises for the day beesa ung of a most interesting and variedahcb Saion r, and giving conclusive evidence of the teach ' eat improvement made by the young s wisdom aring the iast session under the careful n wi fining of the good Sisters. We are happy to i am that the Institution is in sa most Sourish- both m ig condition, and fally supplies the wrest lg do ant, so-long felt in Northwetern Louistiana, a flrst-clasosu femal academy.ool We give in fall the splendid "Addreass" de- and veed oths occasion by T. A. Flanagan, Eq., ]e zcut ae of the best lawyers and most esteemed adu o itiensem of our sister city of Shreveport. Mr. there I nagan is...

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. — 20 August 1871

Mglning Star,and Catholic Messengepr mr "SWmaAi, s5u3J&T, .osGedh s. ern. AncaDrocasa .1 orw- Yoar.- v.. a.- T tJier Monroe, S 4. T Ji wqlZ buown and of highly esteemed *r 8Ufiln~tad his il last at the Colle geo t. FPrei Xavier, m in West fifteent istreiet . Y. on tbe 'd vi last. He was a nephew of r Yri en Keon ti roe. At an early -ag& e. be tme an oMfer di of the United States having been o one of the first pils Sool in Annapolis. r i Mextan in war and Pacomp O t.aor erry CI in the expedition During his y service as an offce e r eie endeared to ra all his assoeiatesbthe naeviy of his amen- a ners and the peular faculty he osessed of making one ha w sat b in: = eompany with bias He s5Uistld; `Ht alwaysto tbepoint. Adnil: ifb8ul#Srl [34 Prebessor Brook *ere amogib i sst'ea- th teemed friends. About twelty'yeois"a o ar he beeame a convert to the Cahboli fithb, and subsequently entered the Order of the of Soeiety of Jesus. Here he roseto distino- F tion as a ~rofessor of Astr...

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. — 20 August 1871

-Nie g Stir--b0. Cathoi e saennr.r A. bowl oom-Tbe nursery. A -ovetreig bet-Queen Elisabeth. A cop rtelde seat-The lap of luxury. "Things pot.generally known "-Poor people. When wasluther like the birdst When. be bad'a diet of Wurms. .Are J'ets more than ten years ld pro perly denominated " deade jokest" Why is a' dilapidated shoe like noiLent Greee Because it onoa bad *a 8o1on. The sailor who khjew obra faot that there was a man in the moon, had been to sea.. Somel,lawyers can't sleep. They lie on one side and turn overand lie on the other. It is said that the Frenekh girls are. so patriotle that they rernse to dance the _ German." A nice young poet talka about "animated fragments of shatt*ped rainbows." He means ladies. We talk about the spice of life, and yet .resy., "Thos has't all seasops for th.ne own !) Deatbh" _ f. a isa lcouPotve hte 's child When ii "ssure rps the 'sw)(iihto take It . off ahe +wsoug tiaek. .. , 'A man nam'ed Tease has marri6d ailes 1 -;31t.+ t M ee "n...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 August 1871

nETW roTAN III sDA,T AUVOUST . n51. TUX 15e Lsoy.... Any ho. Ricotti never le. railway er of the g d vye, ans e. er -q promo- the depo serrise. We rto can 5 noa demo Ltons. The gene 1s are nspecting the n the castsA the eng ai s oisty plans without end; and all in order that The the '~"aiPital" may be defdnitively set- ed, tledere in 1878. Will it IT SWarfare has already broken out between / the mob and the party oforder ; or rather dw the mob seem determined to make syste- dawn matie attacks on everybod it suspects of the being a friend to order sad to the Pope. drape Hitherto the conflict has been limitedýfor the most part to cuf and cudgellings, and s0cr the breaking of windows; soon, however, f we shall have stabbings With the stiletto, bedd more Itasioa, and shootings with tth e solvers. a la kee. Her are a few facts hars on which you nray depend as authentic, and Mi which will ford some idea of the state s of things in Rome at present. You are l- i redy aware that the Cardina...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 27 August 1871

Eat~ngnStatsndCstbolieusi006P ] EornIngStaadaaloeg Ibe~aOrim. OuawdI. Pulel oUw,a TO Nomm IShmhm Iyfa ,awt. auetbelty t i:mainly~~~t dmo I.~ th iumu .1· , yh.3~zesemssfI Ouieasume Clthe~ejuzeh To Arensat.1ilrmdt mae M[oat 3ey. hpbblmho N. J. iotES of Va Re. Si3vouD, ii ad revLSuuabCgdux; tat- oflvethmeanmHa o Wr. Joam T. Galmoiis, gvm ..ea.Ake. r. JOHN aCCAJ2RT We " at a 1[e. JOBn Hsmnaeon, ' .: ing, an" omn tt h mhU gaipeofT**~o erareeviceesm. 1~t AUcm.·w a~amx teru ber~~lur aime tothe~·po~a toorll~ Kdit..rnfE1Mwmau tirimdOhthW`hpiISUM ,.-W---". ono-i.. I" Ctragmim attest. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE. THE FEET .OF THEN THAT BRING TS OF GOOD THINGS!I" lImamr~araaa,£ua VOLUME IV. NEW ORLEANS, SUINDAY MORNINliG. 8~P 1871.,______NME 0 Morning star and Catholic messenger. , aSW earwsLA1 aN T. Avoer srr. 1671. ENGLAND. The Archbishop of Westminster on the Young Mfen's Socieffe of Great Britain. The Archbishop of Westminster preached c at High Mass last Sunday in this church on the subject of Youn...

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. — 27 August 1871

Morning Starcim Catholic Messenger. . ,NW ,I:LIA2651. IRDATY, £UI.IUGdST t., 1811. iv A REVERIE. m-n n o rar. Her hus Mba Theerts of ours--bow staie hbow strnge an er aow they 'earn to rbls asd lona to alsp i ann r Dwn through the sale of the, 5 beg An.MO follou 1p e through the otuth reur o re se. NO" Ths dea oe odul etbey windthira Timw Baek to the beOautiful yodrdays. oeisioa Th. presetI is blo k. so they wia i egt To Stuar tomoerree whe e ms a brig. we Sd bd teom N asb r a g rW _.bto ii ~oon grow wear! nd mnot to reom ILtbu Thee basets of ors.hLow wil! bhow will IuTor They're ashard to tea. .ea. a e4laae ms-__ There sourestess se waves s sam hit LoS thoe marss ias dthoa b bdEtis ihd oro. deeo aem e o at  ars, ew a st bow eI en eeýry ever- o s e ere lsm stree eoa Lew bam's urhl burn Ihew they gleam eeh glow! "ea T shr s.a Same hids the mshe below.a e n h ne t herf her bo hewe of e liw b s 0'ike ' td s w a.th -wa --r we-d; o iugh o or Dosa a her ld her leo1tns maow Dsbenth...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 27 August 1871

rnilng Star and Catholic Messenger. 3w ourL U sUAY. eUGuv STw. 171an. a fCommnniested] tr The TmUn es Paradie. p "People of contracted or bigoted ideas, who imagine that they are following the only road which leads to Paradise, would do well to re eoot upon- the followi statiltiical facts. t the present day all the Christian ects toget er. comprii a membership of 330,000,000, whle, e the beighted heathen numbers over one bl lion, inclding 340000,000 of Buddhists. O the Christians 196i,00,O0 are Roman Catholies w and nly Prot ts of various de-. dominations. When we come to reflect how, pW in the midst of these esxtitngpropertone every*1 p ng minute h its soo f brth a deaths we can form some idea of what a seleet and exolusive place the bigp.s heaven must be." t Well, what of that t Does the mesa is think that every one must enter Paradise fe whether he fulfills the conditions or not ol The 2ses takes creditto itself for advoca- al ing what i clls beral Christlaaity. Is a' it lliber...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 27 August 1871

iftlA Star nd Catholic Messenger. UarLSD UTVUT sas: s me *D*o The L o- -VCU'r lies for S ea r d. o ) . ..e.. :' lag rT . ......... o .o......... .. 1 terpar. . SqUARS. 5cr _ O'I ww".elY 71z tho......e _.. _ ei. ... a Iisaoll .u . "et r·et Advs:'--M.9""- -"t " .- ments seot censtsbv a ie.I oF-~":....... ·" ro tho .i CA ttv ssper asst WEt be ton 5-Ut. egsgb ing man conf r. strugg h=.-. 0 gents hur Ite star.a AA. T . Cshoule F. J. McGovan, 20 Daupbine street, Mobile. ,_r. J. D. BAwi ý, ner Market and Twenty- o SS .econd streets, Galveston. J. Z LATxIIDKCe , Laredo. skulk Our ew Story. Bo great was the saMtisfaction given to our asser readers by an original story, which we for u recently published, that we have been en- would couraged to nake exertio to f arnii them nuch with another and similar source of gratis- e cation. We have been fortunate enough to sere the complete coy of an orginal operal romance, written by a accomplished au-h thoreD s of our community, and purpose to ho comme...

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. — 27 August 1871

g3 tfin f Sta r and .CatholiIcMe se e' posed ista ties are al There are 3064 languages spoken in the t oan neal ,, Through tikets to go around the world," impregat re for sale in London at 1250. marose The Duke of Norfolk has received from the ay 1800 en holy Father the Grand Cross of Plus Il Grounds :a The Prince of Wales, from Hong Kong, for waucas Siam, foundered at sea. Fifty lives were lost. The American five per cent loan has been a all to tag great successin Europe, all being taken in two *he negro cadet Smith is in trouble again, part of for harsh treatment of his fellow negro Gee, age to th bctton, fri om Albam. rains and Thirty bulldings and the Waverly Hotel theother were burned in Williamsburg, Pa., on the 21st.. be sfe: Lis, $8,000,000. dnsr h The boll worm has made its appearann the Newt the cotton aelds of Alabama. Mississippi and and Sant Northern Louisiana. killed by Five hundred thousand franes, exolusive of aggre550! ordinary expenses, is the moderate salary al- n...

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. — 27 August 1871

dernlog btru and :Cathelc Messenaer. x w eOrsU a. s5 iL, .4UeU5r s. 1ses. d rel ao as rhanllm+  Sqýai scaDIOCZSE Or CtOirNXtI4,-Tbs Most Rev. Archbishop hals sesisod afetter, un der envelope, from.n tb *blyf Fthebr, ad dressed to Is beioved a.t heir ' a Peter, Mary.Lina amd ehbsr Illustriena motheris of fami enlj i0:s woton of the Archdiocese of lineinuatI; who to thell oumber of twelve tkrsane addressed to His Holiness art 41:: s0s tlal- protest agaiast the Wk I be has su-t fered from the ~Goinanlet. DIoossua of 'Scc' yl xT be OCatholic Church of the Holy Crea, at CCallicoon Depot, was dedicate d Sunday 6th.fnst;. by Rt. Rev. William O'Har; .D.b,, of Scranton. Callicoon Depot is a village In Sullivan county, abdut 48 miles west of PoertJervis, -o mbering about 700 persons. of whom 200 are CatbolI Rev. James Nilan, pastorof the CCtbl-Iohurch of Port Jervis attends this. pise, as well as eight other stations on the route of the Erie Railway. The church was purchased from the Me...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 27 August 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. W AS. an i sr m ?o.,. A "leader;'-A -lI a.an's dog. The most popular watehword-Tick. Doable Bass-Two' glasses o bitter. Instruments of'toetfalr--Bd pianos. A-bad debt-The owiug of a grldge. The tipple for lawyers-The woolaack. "Cash advancea."-Making up to a rich widow.' Right tacka to knock on the head--l: come-tax. What is the latest thing in dresies Ni-ghg-dresses. P94 obehracterises the post of helmsman asatern duty. A confidence operation-Eatingsausages and buying eggs. What man carries everything before int 9, The waiter. TEitlies that eooneet business men with the publio-Advertise. : They wb-h1ave true light in themselves sddom becopae satelits . The worl never admits a writer ies in spiredtill he has expired. Numerieally true.-If a maan doesn't take ce of No.1 he will have 0 take care of. Some teetotallers wuld even prefer a watery grave to preservation in spirits. Oregoanians who take their bitters ex claim, "Here's to what makes us wear...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 27 August 1871

lerning Star and Cathoi0c Messenger. .. oe more if bacsked by such ew nl .e- Mny di lies. Sob, at least, is the gIdsrall opinion deoi d 14 bae. - . Home Ra a .' thsiastieu I Sjpin.l thedn o pgograme of under the the new Mi , it Martin, bh Pope tr n a ees h- clip the f4 r madey m , w ee relgious !freedom, declaratit civil ma5rrPtao ' n ,of birts, objects, a and reduction of6the04 .1 o rship. bership, + As the-Holy Father W ail ver-eoi bt it hip, t friendship on thetrs ters, ia ll ptobbl Itis %y the separation of Church and State are le of tht rapidly approohlg under the new sl-s. S alr o ee. The Chrh will not sutfftr by that tion are arrangement. lTo obt awrIZLa.AND. Parliames At Marld, in Switzerland, the purish her Majm priest M. J. Christen, has been simpy de- oothoe prived of his beneiee by the Government arrngem of the Canton ofat u r hvinmg preach- • -ed the doctrine of the Insfllibility of the o Holy See in ae ceatldra decisions on faith sources a and morals, and for baving ...

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. — 3 September 1871

MornlgSStar andCathole Wessengoer -- t-.eNerO,,l. e'mainlty devotei tQhe I atests of t etyh .a. ..o ote.. Cathnollcs Ci"eboaa, To pireoTw & IaI sa4 tg s Most Rev. Arobishop X J. P , a ao. Very Bsv. G. RAsTxMO, Wi iop Rev. T. J. Kmruxt, Rev. T.r J. n 3u , ,. W.S< a ~u_ 8w.i ri ieach Bev. Jwsx Ps uxxao" away er. Joax T. O tes, We Mmvo - M r. Jo M cC r... , ta l ug e em m a d t to on ,3 . K. A sa o oss. o a or N A OL saM Et oeasa ro to beaA!UeUedt oo Du A h eoe .t 1 a S, sýI . VOL E I NW R`ANJJ SUNDAY O PTEMBER 2, 1871. __NU 3 VOLUMSIV.OllRO 1~I~ Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. "d, ORsw rMNa. SUIYNDAY. Sa t s tin tin "W ]r ol ]1March Rous, August 2.-The Feast of St. buT Peter's Cbains waus celebrated yesterday byo be 0 a vast eoneourse of worbipers in the toea Church of St. Eudoxia, where those vener able relies are exposed. To-day the Fran- di ciscan churches. are crowded with persons ]o and eager to gain the indulgence of the Fran ciscan pardon. I observe amongst them m...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 September 1871

Momring Star and Catholic Messenger. sne oULbts, SUNDAYr, UPTUdBn a,3 1871. A SCENE FROM .ZE WAR. w1 A SIsTrR OF CHARITY'S STORY. Y rAIs t r mo e All cold sad lose oe the mea we  umad him : The as we i sdirb isak away;t  Wdms- aesh 4 dyg Ths bwe issbwar. .. . (e bemig. TWhmsmw easee seeei whh se dse otjon. a-e s.   t tt 'Twils isw4 Iba sht, hew a, LM fet. never I'e tale soldhaabtakt I eis lts hter ed s o m ee W..d we"ch n v .e fe ber Th hte w ould the m do w . t in The daring deas of hisgllant boy; Ago uld l. b.e lit.le Gewnlag Tha once ree d with sounds of joy. 3 Wut, ab r what besas behn helotslr lsel A hee'e the l pllmowed Me inant' head, I Swiss 1er arms olia ja And sweetly paoeum ete oher os Sthe o p thregh shewnow creep alft andi bright on her silvery hir. we sen olkar hiezaz .er anz n d wit ar e m o thel a thoe n td motherse Wteh w o r hf lis meookT bal'a ; u n "he t wsel p knows oe bothat stheb e c y obe other is die teo mooe a n . r or!sherl idel i f ltm all our ki...

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

__ seentamposi.ageMissor.) SSW ozEPAN;. SxPA ; ;a Y 1TU a. lai heMalat a the etmhkes to the ither f Go at, sx a y qr-noxl T a o .os soox or t P oIsex CHAwPLAINo very ne cmmitted t ile is no dilty of the rime laid to 5 r  T experlse too er in onelil f the I pri on in Ea proes ta s oppat e Antg fer i sledes e Give s asa afs name and te whole i lty in arms s ast theory to onviet upon in riminal se, the following sketch will eleary iustrae. en.looki boy of fourteen ears oa •ewe rought beor the Blp.is gistsrate, and ilmoney from thime laop of his employer. The expoor little fellow was in thone f thelaet streis and keenlypro the egrat a onsif standingble pin a felons dok. stly. G do a m W hat's your name asked thine magistrate. hiname, and which, however, was okeaght by the Cireumsh. The oMtio lloe ooer roared otnge thi aor tone whonvic ponthe poin or little fellow hake in 186his oes. "Don't be aivelling, you younght beforeal, but hold up year hagistr d an swerhis honor. Tell hin what...

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. — 3 September 1871

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