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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 September 1871

Gr a- Inry, ~ on tem hl8. oa r Wirnung o uolal ' win* U, gtn ea UoaV 3 Mlh. thM . t r set o s h Stoten Ifor r ens rangn from Ae.Un .... 53 ..t3 _ o Unu3 STA3ss. _140 maw YoK.r-Thu aaCrWs4A met, hoarvn peo Uerpool, from that, ea ts of Au g a 46th, about 1 ' odolook i0 the ogfu ll of R p asnger , othe ry ard whrt was alh.Trd; ea he reava's ewgird wes aetAhtd os d then ame a crash tha shoek the vern f osrt nd t w eoplrse"-ketert y s et beinoor e on eae P toerd. Tadose n who. rushed n s aw se e bhalf do r b-lp nesel oe.s ad and tbh hs half aosthe sher.obid sures b et Boats weel got out adt tare , an tab d esun heael rta was thehe Annitaeu ftre with e woo W n9atron or o ,twelve aonds n heard, eleven ar whoas are Grand Jury, on th.ISthult., psoerd t5o Wesfield boit u ex on. T.ohe edg e inited deliverm asy terLehanaO tb ei r n out the provisi f teb sln appleabl theo t e ease, and oiren ltasce neesarbtto y to be found a uome ofr a wom Irishmen hre we to xist,In srder to roeh tnhe e nt...

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. — 3 September 1871

Wning Star and olic.MmessngPer ti tole Tleao hiUiT ow.: '. Tores ees Sthe, ers them D. J. Francs ae tbeir dr ye pWlAedMoio in Silve this Ch"o . erv. A.M. Grandor, O.SB.- Calif V.M., r e. Ok ! sist- finial ad by Rev Father p ' follow- of e lug are 'nake oft1t I ees who made was 1 their vows mo ntM . Ster Mary Palm Pacific, (Juaia imooho D ltmo e; wife Sister Mary Chao o Mar Bac), ofe ; il hatMer chae a more; Sise aMeh tinh f Ashland, Pa.;the ry Catharine, Hol lid rBeum , Be J te r oth LM erJo- thoJ istert  e BOben- . m os da),t Aahoand Pa.;, ost...Mary Alezan- ref dria, (Co igunda B r). a oie, d.; torm Sistear i dpa 4 Mipr, , Ba-Acc 'tine(at*hlto y_ w b. sia'- aOnte alivel Mearst),s of Itaes DPia. s te ar Mary ce s t Lucy, (MayA h e Baltimore Md., Vail Sithter MaryygR nap- Vin Madg. iiofer), give Philadelphia, Pa.; Sutber Mary Raphael, ho (Clara Friede). Beitmwre, Md. mo w o Airet wneeO a On ,rD to C tcn . reie.-m1. Sunday, the 1~ae he Archbishop. for the e age, fifteen Tilen *...

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. — 3 September 1871

Morning Star and Catholic NMessenger --w OBLEAZS. UnDAT, IsETMBUR . ie81. WIR AND WU)DON. Green gages-Lovers' vows. Rap-probates-Runaway knockers. A bad policy-One that has run out. A publiehouse bar-Want of money.. IHow to get a-long well--dig it deep. Time is money-except the time of need. Women of iron constitution - Dumb " belles. Chicago bridal congratulation-" Many 1 happy rrturns." The best band to aecomipan-y a lady vo- i ialst-a husband. In what forest do palms most aroundt t The forest of hands. Human happiness, like Hebrew verbs, has no present tense. \ When you know not what to do, never do you know not what. "Confesing the malay?" is more elegant than "owning the corn. Human friendship, like glass, is easily broken, but not easily mended. When is a small fishpond like a bird cage? When there's amperce in it. What leads people to buy all sorts of 7 trash at auctions More-bid curiosity. Is there anything in the world that can beat.a good wife Yes, a bad husband. Beauty in...

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. — 3 September 1871

" and ' .veod  Mesenger. gaw Ocasiasu, SaIUvnDAIT. lU . L'r. pa Hi UWOf lAI. s 23. Qmam'e PqaulasUg.--Th5 question of Li e ovision for Primy Arthur Patriek e Wiles t a-ia ',raiuirs !ebr;bothr s hel Reusssof sono.i and trd afforded -Lord Ouanmesa- 'opepportunity CI ir reading let Ma jl.:N u.r letotee as upon- her systemep eela_.n from the ap pirbie except i.n ,' 8 for renting an a considerable aioast el zxtur Hall ser- tie lt aa Ist st Wr. Gladetoae. We regret to to be obliedto say that hi remarks upon tal the Queen were at just and as pertinent as il those upon the Firest niter were unjust tre and impertinent. There an be no doubt W of tihe great and growing unpopalarity of we her Maesty, who was at one time the most tit beloved Sovereign in Europe. Why this rea opposition in Parliament and out of doors of to the dotation of her children t We re- Pc member the indignation of the publio when foi Colonel Sibthorp,. as the instrument of of. Tory spite because the young Qaeen re- ...

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. — 10 September 1871

it.,ri~ eEte ters o uyy-s Lotein ngta ndhbi hop ol N.J Pscw Cetholie`:;M .-..1 Rea sJ . MO vwI aW, Puis ste ospsy tbeesNp it".,. ]r. .Ts MoWws, T ~ e 3. ;,r~ .1 the withd the V617 Rerev.n G.h RelYgloas so- I'wa.e thýu;inR~~~mh s~a ~ I' Mornlng Star and Catholic Muessenger. w rW OrIISm. SUNDAY. fPTrBsan 10. 157n.' Roxa, August 9.-The Raman setion of the International is new Isgnased. The work has been acom plUaddby two dele gatm, one from Lon on and the other from Brussela. They were received with a "fraternal welcomo" by the revolution ary clubs here, especially the "Free-think ers Club" Popular- Club." The "Roman Club" was not nbslsedly, though less cor dial. The only ones that held aloof were the Bernini and Cavoar Clubs, twin sisters. There was little to do in the way of orgea izing working men's societies; that is done ready to their hand. Talking of clubs, a curious circumstance has come out lately, drawing public atten tion to the secret working of the political societies here...

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. — 10 September 1871

Mwoing Star and Catholic Messefnger. oW cr.Iavan oM UNDA. gII aM3 t0. tlrL. ma ._ _pro---' by U W Tmau aIosn . P esnte. f .to i s'Oe rase t se .teem shles wa.l. eT.HO SThis MeiAwL The mes m -. mAsumpto oe, . reet so 1aIs tie e c as e i Sweidt.leaetetdr emýew lw fiý's oelt= ttihl ofa~ii~aM'go e ia tdam To a -b, ii. tat en, hrofi Idal theo o bat eltm laa, tree hfels es gre fe: ies-h A ie 155, 5dia he s s exlotimed gee et a h ew s o of r l s lo. e eete o t e TKEroniFas. ga, la' el y tres o .lrduor tim iA s.on oh eve * Bet o Auti l bsei nat on sadendl m:,l n Tn the e,thich eaceeoudi t he sua swiLiaoo I Cowever.eohe conalte i rkl~ue.s tr. u t Gian nboedwih ath e ssumed anthle noA "hlg i ipssibe 0etos Ad ehurohe y bls gooe ru ies t of e ~tgsioi, t t e le bneds, .l. ahb Fon tatt ts o Se he efore onlyouheir l eurport of p cnuheons, o inouir tathebinge th reyea n beabht ine-s o ar bemikrig preyri cet.ra arsT fo-nd one waoald matesu andich ssdhatsom term aThe wao i , le. co uof toe ...

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. — 10 September 1871

UWrning Star and CathoHie Messenger, NW r.uana. WeVn4. r1PT3m 3 10. INa. nommJr o CaszouL a mwrrt c Diocusa or SarvaxxAt.-An Elaborate Git to Bavassak COathols.-Amon gthe a frbht by the General Barnes Was a bell, which attracted general attention i upon the wharf when landed. We regret t that, owing th tbe absence of Bisbop Perst- 4 co, who alone is acquainted with It4 l tory, -t we are an ble-biurnish more ftanll ltsts re. garding It than the tbllbwlga Th bal lI vi remarkable forita rare, heautg egn , its elaborate finish, evg4n t;tbe ppetcai as details, and its wandsrfu.t y eq It di is complete in every ot sorlt-a for hanging it beinga$In .Lbht 'as°t ' - substantial. Beaadfui l tedt ral scenes are prasentsead ivuti t tinotoess in reliefs' ,sres q 'on: :sidesm, hile there 14 on. s, ral, >,y, 4eIn.d lettering in a torelg t be Flemish; 'Ruua"'q-itl a.I Pedi p bp' and lower part.of het be id'b i ol delicate scroll work. This te evidenet p1 eaeobsaieal skill .i a: sift seom ra p...

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. — 10 September 1871

riomtng Star and Catholic. -Messen r. rst! aisa. a....... ............ :'" k:::::::: ... .. . IUU I5U uv sAmil soonNI Os ses rau asiss.... .··· etsssst. ,-Jfl a D 0 x a5sweA e&v as fg s;ssa... . ............ e Stim -tt1wº o ;lr.>vlý WWl a u. B aa'ý::::::: t s ......... .. a. h . J. xgovsar, 2 apa stree Mobil. easya J. D. SA W come Market and Twe•ty- egos -J. Z.. I sa m a s, La edo. dw O Im apsers seami ibes st . Pssta asters alai authorized to sot as etas agetfor the Me e irsa. No orders, how ever, will lbe attendd to. aleAs secospaniedate Term-By mail, $3 per year; $1 50 for i months. Sample e es seat free. te tomr ew Story. fll -IIr. readers by sp original story which ie . recently pub that we have been ena - we couraged to make emartiohs to hrnis. them t J. ano. theS aoer Mak arl nd of grat- ol cationd We have been fortu. e enough J. Z.. the mumplete by of s Protmance, written eby an opli to aet a - ageals for thle 0 Bs. No orders, how- of over, will be ate to. unlas aoomp...

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. — 10 September 1871

M)ring Star-and Catholic .Messenger. SiW OsRLEAN. SUaNDA. f31t5MlDalU 10. 1571. TE.UABIrPIO SUIw ARY UNITED STATZt. Nsw Yoni.--An sassociation called the "Ex ecutive Committee of Citizens audTaxpayers," composed of many of the most prominent men in the city, and having forits object the fiosnan cial reform of the oity government, having ap plied for an injunction restraining the officials from colleotiUgtses making payments, Iean- t ine bonds and transerring ny more rea1le s ta, the ijunetoan war reuse ato to lections and payments df accruing liabilities, but granted against the issuing of bonds. 1 Praotceall., the injunction is n tery cause all the bonds authorised by te tare have been alseady imsed and except the Viaduct Rallway bon%.. 4 yet not balled for. The Union Republian As-7 sociation bhu adopted a reoblution reeos mending Horace Treeley to the National Con vention for the Presidentil nominaSmtio KSTutcxY.-Governor Les5 oi e ted at Fraokfort, on the 6th last ..b g obertso...

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. — 10 September 1871

(O, ad. 3St laeN Ni 1' si W1A5A lb 's ·W -k--. 5· ss.eeit A ,I n e s*au s Is ra se m 44 sNia s *a i e Id s b* a We -- . a e the ' em ag bat Js i ant an mI ameNr ae -eas t. r .i ae Olar" no ....' .. e4 s1 wer** weak 0 'I Doa t aidl)e ~pai"eorl r· m o , *r-- ' **L**Wr. o * ,, l ,of S-r-r. --. ms -o Ul "err :u~ mo*UsehFld att earI Msilth storms ad IstP a wa S fro tihe inn of e sro into wil sh. rhgus ol a L S T e- a, W Stra slet' , he bed fallen as t thnaner- whe Ife 0at ta. 1sesa . ep r er str 4 Oat sWhmd falllenIch e_ 4e o f ris Nao s read stb ui el.e samel i , nlau ot f ols I _y othe e oh·-CinAlCso en w We were going at n Av aea. of the Champs El ale wI - ir. V * /amal ,t the walls at a s itls when the Th aio 0 this youl oang srlA touchbefored me. ea w ie aseowing me one of a el o Dher wboaus mop eut therews of orapo. , ou a e.embero tmn was Col. Jouve, "' oCuirasier of the otnue Fint ersay with glory and Bona- a parl m whos fron the begianing of the th- e war, had taken a ...

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. — 10 September 1871

Ysw '.-aU bu0aI. aemoseaL . wlar aIs -! - m er Early Pearl-A baby's teoh. The Pal of hewies-To be blowed. "Not as Wem.'-Aa eUt-aa -ot lie. Walklag S ae-Pee dsa8g awlls. The cap of Ukerty-a eadagstselr. Poles Ilateltien.e s,- ureny -a mise mer. A Care for Dieasptioem-tay -aet-hbe opathby. The Worship of Bashers-The beesito, of eours. The Wife's Seeres-He epiae of her husabnd. Trasprted for lie--Tbho ma who mar ries happily. Now to get a Boarldg Trade-Buy a At what time of day was Adam weaated A little befer. Eve. Few amateurs .n play Shyleek; few actors eta do a Jew. How to Overeome year 8arews-Stik one of your own sighs. Blessed aw the wes-maktes.--ea if they make Slod-pIeb" What relation Is the door-mat to the m .seer I A step-farthe . Nautical-Is it nly a diboeet tar whi to would take a meaemmats watch Ti Meau mlai l ptatess-4hes do ethlnow hoew osee they may º I bht watsr. Sballow brooks add ea Mei aud womens p tpa hei rt w t l b biUal The ecostof a hboors the aD t adisam. Tha...

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. — 10 September 1871

l)orning Star and Catholc Messenger. saw OsLUalsd, SUnDAt, errnblas so. n-I. a LbotU(ao of Iade fuseras.-Oa ymoraing the ppattmio appoist ed at dbseeset mee0sgl9 0Loedo. nader takr*;'b *Id at FiPeemsipa's-ha, in con -i.ia .with the aboh object, were re Seeled by the Archb bo f Westminster, I is rafeeoee l.olant Catholio-Come- I tsr at e  ., _ . .Mr. C. i. orga e. g tresuhed bis Grace, and sated * ate s t the feelings of ' the trade against SBndey fnerals-wlhob be said, were the flrequent occasion of in-. decorous senes, over which undertakers bad no control, at the various publio-/ Jouses near the eemeteries. He also l stated there were strong moral, social, re- I liwglos, sad sanitary reasons for the din- 1 eontinuanee of the preseont system. He eomabtted the notion of any hardship being Inflicted upon the poor by closing the brial-grounad on the Lord's-day, and stated that the desire was to benefit them, and nkte them actual glapers by the de- 1 sired alteration. The Ard*biebop...

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. — 17 September 1871

*oraingStar andCathollo Messenger ,"ornlng Star andCatho o Ieem, Orie CU*.a.. me.*5.pwp3.5 - a oemcn Sra m he ?a o N.. 114 mr 0  .re pw th dan"edr with thepraov d amoussle ,,. 'admitted want in New Ole ' - mainly devoted to the "nte Wk etosofhecomPar Catholic Charch u To prevatal k1msdt ura. Most Rev. Arobbishop N. J. PaRC. t of t rrAatssn, the permnmmo oti Very Rev. G. RA1TMOID, Vice Pretdent. tbaed oon ajointok ca RiP. J. MoePrit, .tl of whleh Seorne hundr e- dollars3 In ,e thbo asn ehs aeb t Rev. T. .7. KEsa, __ dollars, each. Rev. T.omJ PS.s zet. v Mr. JoMi T. Gmnoas, xe, Mr. Join McCAsmar. tp m o d Mr. Join Exnasox, a ! We appnem of tho ea tawkag, snodo it to Ai eeammmaie.slat to beo addreui te t heof M O ., u •wn o . e e-i e i . a . a st. o J t. J. M. o rs , r-eentesu oe--l.t IIem asdraltet net. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OFTHEn THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" ....lesn VOL.UME IV. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY3ORNING. SEPTEMBER 17, 1871. . NUMBr 3 Merning Star and Catho...

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. — 17 September 1871

Morning Star and Catholic essenger. aven UtUii.bi. OINDTl. iZTUMmma IT. teIL. fbr the Morna Sltr sad Caihebe Messnge. Il A FAREWELL TO TYRONE. Br J. ._ Ml edAsr now eprebds her fteak arpet of gran. A.d wssveo few'ry garlands o dleoktho Msay Qeuss t ere iemisstlag May man apeam en her throne, Idlnl bid lens thsweU Seth. blls T tyraone. Tho arUleW s awa~ S, jW.rm Seamn groye With Raisre's em 'nmeil e o iaPsg of love, Whle hers. is de uisb, I wander ls.., And take myp a/ Na the a d ns Tyr-es. Thmesesmlb sa ega eoge begsd the sgo i hill, Abeve b tbel$gad the path to the ml Oft, ef, have I waleha there, whnm m I had nOn- The saemas rPUen er wham fr ~om Tyrone hlrewe to the mahker, frwell to krbo, eCaO seMowewtwaavillo ad dear aalgmee; Per here stands the shoela, with tame overgrown, Where arst I aw uight oi the aills of Tyrs. lmewen, Cmmaehiab, whern childhood I pIeed, Orlm, eload-espped nookuany. woher , muadlag I've And Clegher, the site of the (hmed "Goldea 8tone" And the See of MBe ...

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. — 17 September 1871

M3rnlng Star and Catholic Messenger. isw LLOR tlA. SUNDAA. Yu,3PTU' 3 917. 1i.71. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. Life's ikea erace whier some sncomed While .theto ie ge:aie Bas it you ,ehoosto fell bebind, N.'r sackn = = r aenvor; tut s wl heln ruth in mind, S'Tis better late bhan never I" And if ee ikeep 51.55 'tie well. But never trip your nseghbor. 'TiS noble w Ja asan exoes By honesatient labort Bus if yo0 a outstripped at arst. Press on as bold as ever; Remos1br. tbhough you are su d, o'er labor for sn Idle IsmeS, Or vietoy o'er nother t Dr e whlofo trtveWir nttermoet. Bataldwrlyith a brothert Who'r your station, do our bet. A bd heoil r urpone ever;i And if you f rel to do-th r. "Tit better lit than never! " Choose welrthe ath in which you run. Souceed noble dmrng , Then. tholUS~h Po rut. stbw a one 'Us won, - Yo n~ s wots the wesring a, Then never !et If left behind. Nor slakean your endeavor; But ever ep this trSl In mind. '"Tim bettor late than never!" DoNlsl ' a0r10U0 INITRLLlORE...

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. — 17 September 1871

ggrandg Star and Catholic Mesbenger. IU3LI5nBD yV3RT SUNDAT Mo nD . amr .r.... -. Te-at tin d5..)............ -- " ... 0 sete i S s 8ets * .. s o o See o................... to S Agent. s -h S the e Yea ti .e.-- ... -m- ... 1 ....... .................. I ' I . ..........c... *e r be ...... ...... 1 10 Ttgaaeit AdversttslesatS, $1 s0p pea are each IAn. pa. t eentdconelot allowed on the-tere A otas. Yer areie nfm, a dthor t dlseouat. , eta sd ilelberr· attee--, les insecomn. ie MDV DLU 1, NIaDA=T, syEm3E 17. 157. 11 CAID>lAB O012K WiWl[ gasdy...aou opt. rSbserMonrsef the B.Y. ._ee4,". Sep sit Jeua-sp. eI o. Cefe- . Ths-day,. ..p a ,-SL.. t t.a.s ... m.artr. --'s_,a."s.o-s .i Trmela B mail $* Ineas. Pepe an Masrtyr. t Agensn for the Star. ALAeAMA. U -. J. McGovrcr, i0 Dauphine itreet, Mobile. is sm . y' J. D. SwYr, corner Mrket and Twenty- a Second strests, Galveston. J. Z. Lavm ncsUR, L --`o _ tl Important to m esestem.. s Poetmasters are hereby authoried to net as d argent for th...

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. — 17 September 1871

gIrnln Star and Catholic Messenger. w msL s. SND=AY . SNITNUNI 17, f1n. UEIORIAT. *3D : 02 3 o ;M1;. made an Typhoid fever is becoming epidemio. in Paris. Prooo The average number of deaths in London half = per week is 1715. ciu of The new Catholic Convent at Newark, N, J., Over ta rill eoat p5s0,0000. ?aeti Chief Justice Chase has entirely recovered lqr his health and strength. ion The sum of £3750 has been raised for a t mal mneument to Gn. Prim. Mafor H Great Britain only loss 27,)00 letters out of to the S 940,000,000 posted in 1870. - cationYor, The French Government is buying 550,000 money oehssepote of the Prussian Government. money. It has been decided to erect a statue to Sir amount Humphry Davy in his native place, Pensance. ed the Longfellow beat Pilgrim in the two mile that a heats at Lexington, Ky. Time, 3.38$ and 3.34$. Hodge A boy Ave years old is descoribed on the Jer- li s ey City Police docket as an "habitual drunk- dde rd.over p The Mount Cenis tunnel was opened ...

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. — 17 September 1871

Nmiinig Star and Catholic Mrsenger. he It.s gaug* a. allis. I To our many readers of Maryland nativi ty, and to the still more numerous admir- i era of pure and dramatic literature, the following graceful and truthful tributefrom the Catholic Standard, to the memory of a true poet, will be very grateful. The youthful author!s magnificent tragedy of A d' Mohammed," for writing which Forrest e gave him a check of one thbusand dollars, c is still remembered with pleasure by bhun- a dreds who witnessed its representation in r New Orleans by Mr. Nestle, twenty years e All men must die-and most men are r forgotten-it lathe rare privilege of the few 2 to stamp their thoughts upon their times t and live blessed and honored in their I works. Among these honored few is our o lamented poet, George H. Miles. Full of f the generous faith, heroic chivalry and h glowing enthusiasm of the Middle Ages, v his nature was out of harmony with the n spirit of this material age, and lived in ' the memory...

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. — 17 September 1871

Mrnling Star and Catholic Messenger. arg ORlnANS. UNrDAT, EPTLMBER 17. It0i. WIT AID WEIDOX. A moving tale-a dog's. The higher circles-the rings around the moon. A capital letter-One containing a remit tance. An inhuman asct-pulling down the Courting aftr wmarriage-applying for a divorce. 'How much cloth is required to make a spirit wrapper , One ought to have dates at one's finger ends' seeing they grow on the palm. "Why are good women like ivy t Because thegreater the rain the closer they cling ! Why are bad women like ivy t Because the closer they cling the greater the rain I A new word coined for the use of the present generation is "Apothecarelessnes." Why is the elephant the most sagacious of travelerst Because he never takes his eye-of of his trunk. A baby who kisses his mother and fights his father, may be said to be partial to his ms and martial to his pa. Have a -particular devotion to your guardian angel, and place unlimited oonfi deace in him as your best friend. Why do...

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. — 17 September 1871

M w .aN", aAnd CthhanUN 17. wIL muwuusw wouif sas. ENGLAD. Mr. ladstone and the Anti P.apaleZIpU The following eorrespodene appeared to -te Detg aew., of a meaent date: AIm-PAPAL LaEAU. Edlnburab, July 7. Right son. W. E. Gladatone-ir-The act ig members of the Anti-Papal League would euge on you the great necessity, tbere's for quieting them m-da of the Protestant sub of Her Majesty by our ra~dweo r the sUation out to son by thetlhmelngnmn thnet ngdota ire ard GAodop Protaesont Aasoeia tosr, "Whether you are orart notoamemberof theChurob of Rome?" Yor beilg Prinmemlnis tarofthis Protestant country entitlesevery sub Jeotf Her Majesty who has regard for the Pro testantsacession to the throne to make the fore going inquiry. Anad as you hive hitherto evaided oanswering It by referring to our actions as a proof of wbhat you are in religion, it becomes still more important, seeing that there is in circulation here the following report of actions of yours, namely, that when you were in Co...

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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