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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 September 1871

.;/ ' ornlngStr andCdhollor oralnngStarandCitbollo esenger - rOsumXs wUSsL r ;a Turn Mon ue Dan has be with the approval of the o a meniw Ors a ~drm ON~,nr, authority of the DIe.*, to spp eo. let aona tret, ahed Pdrdr dittd want Il New Orl, i Lr/ ree . manly devoted to the inte e the TheDretor of Compny Catheleo Chur h. Mo To pevenat mU all alre, ato a gman Phr oesltrs o. t.ho ompena s the permaneny of tho ude , Mott Rev. Arebbishop N. J. PaRCt satt b tn . O Vice Preildent. ,_ta of which is ems hnled thou Very Rev. . -roAY ., dollar, In flo e thousnd baet Rev. J. Mo..aZY, d "'', ollars eaoh. Bev. JoHN FrA2loAX. Mr. Jonrm T. GOasnos, o le Mr. JON M CCAFFBZT, Wo approve ot mto .,.taking, aou~ oommoud tt to te Caathei Mr. Josh M]lpAOtiR, ". ar ovw .lmo f an. 1 oommaltaton-sre to be addred to the "DleoeaseU 1. 1U. toto f i A lG' * w sri ·d l esJ e ºe . . oý to U, , te-i.um osee-No. in caroeiest Nsme. 'OW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEN THAT BRIG 'GLAD TIDIHGS OF G0D THINGSI" -. ...

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. — 24 September 1871

In S arMe and m Cathdslhic Mm'einiaI We meet emmme to eM du A day uIga easa5 ges t. 3t s... ewdaease asa. ieal se we meitssa the asheid w peat Ajestha mgtl steamad Aswe laits hOa a h pm. Ahae io wee tabs lan m s t t hel e oamth es ws witma S As  e awlailabe bn mo 1m The sa time meme-bsel t Teth was geso, A5d tm n sad 1e.Ise pt t r wmmis lst with aesh brs is his erse r fIm ·I, htjin Im-- him , Mere its mdtemm eu. the iwt time Lema rimw ged their ae, e Yh thM gle wihb bight- Twer mmd i tas ead m. o hne. hie A glam aa to sight. trs ad pts wasemtbet erd i Path teaiget se ea esse st ma W as teass Nomued G's d* im, aU ass. as naMdasld evalmast, lWe pellp tis s maty a , As aled growh f Heops and Love. elm ad sunmese rem am pal. bo •a a se kt or a 4t us smetrosg. n10 8b1e5 sesre asy mer an Usht. , bla An md ret asve, As eq . s11, " hlase em, audimmd sad brighst. D If Time abhoes thnr feeseedas weave the I.s theases of aver h.s, S =s pato hb ry labyrinth. -Mai d a ged.waes. Acsi as y...

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. — 24 September 1871

*q"' S'ar -d C1 ---Oe- - s-l TED WifEr CRUZIfIX. y0 5u5 Over etea lsS. w ....... **ý deare --;1, s(if we 1 nonI n t~enab h4t elna w i ( `o W w o m - - - t . tDea rh . w 'ie p d _1 e t e b f' a b. - L aath ert and oUt Tb. b -, ha, "'tewaved As we mom 6 e' w nimosmta he ,m e sa tn e w t. alote e .o Her r1 =t 5 aum tbh itemeaeb. seq p >.m >" lo8tr' Mos - m5 - ms--' e bi o,,-, A12dI Cm mM s tu tee s ted . . The]e IAm I o -h e -Ite 1 s e r d oe s ...... es ue od tfdo a is divone T the ýktin d w llt t i r t 8o w er k TilHe d se mDtatb mjt wlb0 u e dwell," Be eeme prev oe e w o bjeree leok. b hi me .t EnYo tem wei rll oTee. meaoaft omih eam mucei mON ner terhwa s do mI d o _ . _ - - w Hs anl the borok of Geet Tera e thichte 1 trto~· i bea oee eta i ht abns. inr mey t long, I Pleed thie hart, whee t we oa t ead. e rpts r eigious dog & trinets, oA feet cesdldeam atupbi lteleawawidbeud Cbomain e rl etmn e of parsbe . Bu te - Te dtant ae ndsd whe have aee rstle to ted i eed ofy...

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. — 24 September 1871

NvNT SVDN T DA l1W Le. owed p A A . eaM s .............o......................... 7 ONs was wle!s One siu -as.-- t -t. - ' ath Mt beoere. I.........n... r te o 8 5ar Twesty ave per cent discount allowed on. th above DSeoathnd streeas Galvesto l or a to dvterl. ements o)M erls rehere s0 hsntt a line. r3W BeS, tJIeNDe.T, Sun rleUm" cmp. 16iL CA... smouas or Mp W . t u.day... M epo .M, v ofhne of stre Mobieley. Wse eI- y si~Jt, c'Iew Cmmar and Da en. Mrty i::...aempopes sen M arteme . -!e!1t.7o-.a1oe Jerome. toriEed rtoa.ct t ges for the She sr. !. Jr PoGovarte 20 Dauphino street, Mobile. J. -D. -- 1 atree corner Mno netr nan anty becod t tarn ofee leston rom. Z. L ByND ae, Laredo. erc.f Month. oImportant tpo lestmst rs. Postmastr an re hereby authorized to act as tionts for th MOIstoe STAl. No orders, how by the ramount of subscription suied tho usualh nstiionwe e o poh. him are reIdested to send their names and ad dresses to this offclte. ARc tUDihCESE OF NEW OLzTEANS.-Letter from Il...

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. — 24 September 1871

,rnin Stu and Catholic Messenger. saw oanraZa, SUNDAT. 8P3TEM3n e4, 1871. Offenbach is 49 years old; Verdi, 57; and Wagner, 58. 8pecie continues to flow from England to the United States. There are seventeen street railway companies in Philadelphia. The British wheat crop is reprteented as dissastrously deficient. The Duke Alexia' squadron is at Plymouth where it remains a week. The amount of United States currency now outstanding if $381,699,652. The Boston public library loses one in every 7531 volumes taken from it. Thirty thousand horses were eaten at Mets dauringthe siege of that town. A New Yorker has succeeded in condensing 100 pounds of beef into a pill box. Our next cotton crop will scardbly reach three and a quarter million bales. Diamonds continue to be found in great numbers north of the Cape of Good Hope, Seven thousand persoms en the Island of Tor tols were rendered hots4lteo by the earthquake last month. Mont Cenis tunnel has been traversed in thirty minutes. The air ...

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. — 24 September 1871

rw msaina s.gaa, nlMB g. 1Engeandes .r the IMa inMay rk @bst.m. The Banner of th Charh, edited by two Protestant ministerm, and publihled at Memphis, Tenn., copies from the Lfteary .Ossrchman, another Protestant journal, the following description of the Passion Play. .Thbre papers are organs of the Episcopal Church, pJd, as such, the publi cation by them of this article, whbich, no doubt, was written by a Protestant, must be accepted as a tribute to the elevating tendencies and usefulness of Catholic cus toms: The performasce of this remarkable Passion-Play, resumed after its interrup. tion in 1870, is by far too remarkable a thing to -'e left without notice in the pages of the Literary O krchstan. hegarded only as a literary production, it is remarkable enough to deserve mention; but, regarded ass whole, masoe, acting, singing, together with the clrcmmetance that it is at once a lo cal production, and that the performers are exolusively fron the oe small village of Oberk-Amergau, ...

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. — 24 September 1871

Morning Star and .-Catholic Messenger. sw w OULrXA. 5vrDLT,'-I s'Mnu sa .1t1. WLr amoD WIDO. IA rooted sorrow-The toothache. Faney dress-The mantle of night.. An alarming feature-A cannon's mouth. A state of siege-Waiting for your boots. A funeral sermon-" Business is very dead." Any two .apples are alike if they are Transported for lire-The man who mar rles happily. Teetotallers are well supplied; topers leave well alone. To young campaigners-If your tent is not wAtbrpro ayoa should pitch it. Women do not talk more than men. They're listened to more, that's all. When a person declares that his brain is on fire, is it etiquette to blow it out? What thing is that which the more we cut it tho longer it grows? A grave. Why is the letter H like cure for deaf eesw Because it makes the ear hear. Why is a obhicken-ple like a gunsmith shop Beeause it contains fowl-in-pieces. A reckless party, recently sold up, said his goods were more easily moved than ha Fashionable bootmakers can't alwa...

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. — 24 September 1871

arnig trv sad CSthd s s engver, m iam, ATseam , i:m. Zgmasm. 'mP agggagr.54·OeI*NMIRU , eW . BReptoefs mleamet is tth Cs~eaet. . Wh , mwith a tmtoef th rbI e Sfor a elrs fa the sumbre of boms Catholic actu beeglte membere of the Cabinet; ad rmay, we opbe inadauced nest seelo to-aws for So addiIoaal re term of the name of all Roman Catholics who have bees. members of the dlbrneat Cabirets that bave governed the Empire slaoe the Act of Emaaeipation was passed. He has thus revived a diseeaslon, whleb we have no desire to avoid, on the Roli _sElement in the Cabinet; and the teefo taer basprinted several letters on the subJect in its lsoues of last week and the week before. The first of these letters is written by a Galway gentleman. He com plains of "the humiliatlug position in which 6,000,00t.-that is, one-tlth--of the population of the United Kingdom are placed by the systematic exclusion of a representative of thba& religious opinions from the Cablnet. The Irish people, who are...

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. — 1 October 1871

*orIugStnrWauCathOI~oENNeI! .;ei '. *ollrninStauiah~~i~ t.: wiu J1~ oam ~ am br ý admitted wamInewIeaadi '- CathoL.buieh most Rev. A~sblN. J. XEnCEUN, Per, Rev. O. RiTNOmn, Via* bas.. ted eN t)~isge~#I Rev. J. Notn~, taR of whiskis he e `dollars, alra Rev. T. J. KUY, dllar iav 5 3Iev Jost FLtlANNAGA+s s.X Mr. JouN T. Grooms, v x r = ·r clýb-'''- U Hr. Joan MVCawlDT, We; 2pv fte ,sA/r Mr. JOUN E33D3350". bWaam ttot.abe AU~~~~~e emaaeelaSsetin5&on M tatla o~*- . $ COOA"OW 31&VfLFUL AU T*I P VIT OF1 -UEit'~ tV 64RI1~ OP GOOD TEIRGS1" Inr-s,3sm~uuoIUin VOLUME ry' anlrr "-NEW ORLEANS, SUNJAY MORNING. OCTR ER1,t 1871. N Br 3r VOLUME IV.otk u~in~rOwWu~L ~· 'r IT~ .::aIIrlttdpq r 1ýJLlbdt 1wrnIng Star ad Catholc Messenger. Raw OrLU . sUDAY. c0T03a I. 1? n. Rox, Sept. 2.-The inaeessat falsehoods ail of the hostie pspers make it seseary to A repeat oee more, what the Oseurwsore Ronmaa of the 31st nit., assures aus is the a,,. that the Pope's health is perfectly U ood. Tbere is noth...

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. — 1 October 1871

ot It aI flv E LAtSN 00 Mi.t. o- weae a THE gRIIIGTOF 1 OM . whes he. the ST c b to nm iaben 00 b etot hb to A3'555Fseef i thhp flrbrlted w arete tah e M tt~ them well. .foo -il _adesk -by Dr. Dto b tlhe p bds l owh k a h tb maoer notwl Aere i e, te mo e 'ss e ats jpr S. . w .s a sti or ost whi e ao s m o E.s o c-h0sh n I  lls os ee O he oet t ob. a o. tWhs a .br it, tl o t  irlittle b ash o at obw0 rbated 'ol Thse gloodr NothmUheU land was in pr Fathe mo gil adgh Angrant the ao rb rela hthvbens o odb n m ets r r he r ol a d"e Ther lha oved e" r . he thha any555 euma h boratethe Omia seekl p 4wand Wh wiif °thew homrst dnot oome; bt O Ante r a 1r thd i a ha ty pe ns a n stl whispered only of a they left the sh. you wishn oThe poor, oung breidee-wie, l io e l o taer from her husbano , ood selo n tha etanet Se t lf h  batl bed t Davs oa tbefore her odat f urtfel fo hetatt him fa- hfor to En oo on her part and blte rit ca n a cherg, ,ho.n fad wotd he. wihthe a oit Shre " said the...

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. — 1 October 1871

also firr:w m r osa a. wa hdl rmeS ot g ij e M. 'Ibeore Oei. rsion ap i ie n ase othe P aIrserreesta. .-e strative, s..' rla s .eýa to .ave lben sdraw p nader M. Thiesra eupervenvaemmences with 'thae mlsdon hbe weas called upon to ade toe solicit the Intervention of frsPoI r a behtf of Frapes. REg anse bu r0o ; but above amll wished to "relSta her conduct by that of Russia. In RBssi the tsmpathies ih favor of Fnrrace were loudlyr noisily shown by onequivocal manifestt·Lons from eery lass, of the population. Tie Czar expressed himself as favorable towards our coentry, bpt, at the sare time, delared that be woeauld not o to war. He was evidently under some aort ef engagement towards Prussia, bat what ta ateur was we do not know. After a fw daysa Ip e'e teoe and eved their fap were euat tee r pretended that the Pesam es were reaedy to make peace on r-esmdable o*ittee, and M. Tulera was oto to Veseille. He replied : " Cw aee wald that bet I baen all the apemnes y to make tre s, las, ...

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. — 1 October 1871

.orning Star and Catholic Messeger. van ame taDan, fsO ar Monwre. One Tsar ~......... --·i ................... akiw reut. ..... :. U w e ...... .......... 0s.." " * 0 e i - 6 N + t.u. ..a ... .I........- 14 r, se .................. i s N r J e'wLfO ........ • .......... rs ss d S W.. .e. .. s e tss tt r t. - s a oF.. Mcovai s , 0 sh treet, Mobil 'Seond stret, Glve s Uton. tJ. . L OY E-N Sir, LUSedO. S.Otsnt to Castmsh aster. Wostmasters are hereby authorised to act as ges for the Tn. o orders, how v.s, wayl be attended to. unlest accompailed by the amount of subscription, less the usual .TemS-By mail, S3 per yearLt; $1 50 for six onths. Sample copies set free.. To ur Counttry Subscribers. Pubscribers -ho are indebted to us for back gubscriptions. In the aggreSte, thee bills amount to quite of lsrge sum, esd wt1e theu a ko Jaymo , of one bill can make but little iierence to us, we protest against 5l. sub tcribera thinkine g that e.should be the one indulged, but woul refer that each ...

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. — 1 October 1871

mornfli Star aud `&%&dlll Messenger. anº 6o111 iMlcstr, .:. 1. f. To thea SPsa uw . mr a mus. Find The Emperr Napoleon has the rheumatism. wnl t A Frensh festqey uses dog power to ran its aggl forty sewing machines. The receilpts of the Cathollo Baszaar, .i Halifax, N. S., amounted to $11,000. t Gen. Douas suw the Iu sdce Beg for $ e Wi publishing tIke news regarding him. *at M A strike has been omommeaced tjO jra"y- glan men tanners ana blaLkalthe of M elle. aid he The salvage on the steamer JaiaA, recent. ly grouded off the Florida est ,was. 7,50, as A steamer was wrecked on the e**stof In- hull t di sand one hundred and thirty-eight natives high The collection for the Pope in the Diocee of Kildare and Leighlin, in July, amounted to oweha £9,443 7s. The Lincoln Monument, Philadelphia, was fom nrveiled on the 2d ult., in the presence of may f 100,000 pemz Iyc Every wife in Youngstown, Ohio, whose fom husband drinks, has commenced satt against unaee the saloon keepers, glid...

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. — 1 October 1871

ermring Star and Catholc M4esenipr caw .r assn. sUaNAT. ouet3ssa I. tet. amacsebii oF WIta Ye ss-a er. Misan t Loe laBud .-MS. Patriek's b LeIdmed City, of whclh Psather Mae ý was e5 swded epsealeg 'msss s.t lb rt ecept es of rtl lmb. Baptit db neaemlti se w.r Yrk, n er. d bib sedomplishd td r b, kapta t deses t-- i tbse Iye eros, two satinleaO, Me.rs. J - W. Meis and J.e. Ai d nseds,  d *1hree r Walsh, a thD ,tek s Bef.rm.od bMeil dilsi. 1hs. e-rmionie were prfoeied,: t 'ht io se, at 3 o'_e'eq 4 . bFalýbr,o, who deliy . , qjiele oýahsi ' -d rpeb~ng and steit adidai Ater'y afett and very - elt rewedst.eM "*f their previons -tts of faith, and ar.eeptaee of the new Divie, doctrine,, u,,,.. were bapt d, and with themo. io.r. children o IIadame Walshe and tWo of Mr. Kolb also. Thei eeremooie b l 'Fa,.er Maeco, made the deepest ltpresiou .., over 400 persose, Proslsat sad Catholic, present neak time. Thems, io q.eeslM e may, makeseventy nse eeevedos ense ted in Lon Island City by Pa...

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. — 1 October 1871

WIN n t ,,, . gejected lay- Had eOW' esi Rihob mude--- im, s-a. the pail a.r- gD-qieyaI, ad, _,e poor imud's sisy-Tbo r ht.' 'Ml The mostwwsesst s . k whiskleasst u1L0t'. A eCigar witah aetblag *. light ! ofC A barber is always ready to serape as 6 gesintatse fear A report that eam's he eeotretsed-tb snd portola gun. . -u When isa Clock oafhe stas daagerous l hes it runs down. When we make an idol of a woman A . Sally becomes idle. r me t riloel would make eapital dAn- " pes-they carge so. " Adesdmble eMsad-band aticle-A young, " Ch and amiabl widow. Whichb the the wrsd fi be roo tOiorll . A mue kes- * tir o Odsatt adrer- Dow s is wares as "dog hesp lailrS rats don't know ueb. They s shoe pes and stow them away for its. ie a"His forbehead exteadedto the gable-end sa f his neel;" means tba , was - The bravest man in the 'wnMhd--th m he talks of going to' t*hs eJiU w et self, king his i4*fe. _ " IA mnuial fmitnd tMainke 0 tse bat wem es of musiOlPSbm r ed bi J` !t must dI ta woman's m...

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. — 1 October 1871

tsrgpg Sa and Catholic Musn  M.w .15m43a5 sumw *VAN='s . an. hlw most chesrin t`i PFrom almost every point oftaw. was an une gqalveeal sauecess. The samemblage we emermeas in its proportlens, and the meal insg was as patient, orerly and dignilsi is bearing a it was large in numbers. Tim following epoett is taken mainly from thi~ celuma'nat the hresema's Journal: The plside sed on for the meeting  the Moat I. the Pheelsai Park, and at tbrem o'elock, the hour afixed for the commenee sent of the proesediJ an enormous as sesblage. probably nu some thirt thousand person, ,o in it vicinity. Every prbon taker to preserve orde athini taking place w feel loag, or i any r take a strict view of the Sun Mr. P, J. Smyth, s aied to tm b chair. On rising, as received with loud and tnated sheers. Hs said : O'Coo onaue I never utter I never ha save with .reverenee was wont hat the great secret ls polities it ao inthe right. It li at bled on the pigtee ALre. we were is the right - the 6th We m...

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. — 8 October 1871

0 > wine a nacstonbmm =Mr wit& lb aplrv aIl eT x ,sOth-ty 1 nM Di.. w Most Rev.+ A.hbisbop N. J. Pw, Very Tev. 0. RsTmO, R* n t Rev J. MosmUAN, ben a k Rev. T. J. KU2Y, Rev. JoaN FL.aNAo. .N eot. . Mr. Joax T. Gamonxe, Mr. Joam McCAmnmg, A eemnmuiaaUoae to beaddUe.de tet hd eame. a sdu.I.ee m.N... bma-4r tIdeAM mayw, ý "M -e, ass ea BOWL "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS!" SM. AmUmmmmmm VOLUME IV. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MO ING. OCTOBER 8, 1871. Wafrnin Star and Cathalle Ma.rAnwr. I flead berself o'ee5 to the task of main. I Trainit e.. ... . ..--- . .. -- - .... uruning Star and Catholic Messenger. eW lUrLANx. S MSDAY. OCTrOBEUR . 1,1. -- - F---9l- .- - Roxi, Sept. 9.-On the Feast of the Na tivity of the Blessed Virgin, the Holy Father celebrated - Mass in the Sistine Chapel, and gave Communion to a large number of the faithful. It was noticed that his features were lighted up with an expression of happiness. A circumstance had happen...

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. — 8 October 1871

Marbg Wa ad 4 Cathdlic Messsnpr : __ _L3o _ , I. 11. From the Lelasr ladepesdai j OUR OLD RIVER. s. I lsee ou. breea old river Thea dtwign orver Wish moody sadows brimming O ts lsos ea, bread old river. a right-owee t de ire suna in lhing Dar" ~ winth gin soress rg, 4oVithe M1ine . anh shimnasenge Like sgred ring inm a Whato .y sa m m ertodt "hea asowlg n f nger o? Thuattied. I weet bigo showier And I1tollow4need, and dimple, Urrigt-wr the ye w e man laughlin g w'nugw forever I low I y the silkmos thistle. Bead ie8 rolnd down softly roiling, Witlai osr onstros s ng; teeo ndk so, em te h ot sir ewoongig, And sow rlrcefully .lon ing - Ov or thl gve ae od iver, Thus flowing on forever l h r I love bro, broad brooldlriver. ht a fldowing on forever And f ellyf rooeldeetlon. And newi a the bJ tof rair soning And no grall of old a' ootlin Tour old smoo thee ufJind t ou'u ul Ov thor gsold eo odly river Thous flowing on forever of 11 I love yon, boatd oldri- ul-- - iFor the ornwing oStar ...

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. — 8 October 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
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 8 October 1871

ju lrguuIla6,r m .so... .... o a u Orders,* how MSee nt d ssst ee s th -e uS aw --"me U sa X" e Scruple oie as sent . ° Fo .J. tco nw h Duphine strest, Mobile. 1 J. D. s aswm, est nr Marke san Twenty- Ii Scond atrne, Gavatlem. as westat p 155's 411aeru / Tears-yma, per ye; 1 50 for six G sion s. mpler copies sewnt free. A po o - toe fore t o to m Laying of theCorner-Stound AhI The imposing ceremony of laying the corner atone of the new church of St. Joeeph's Par Tis will take plae thideveningate t3o' k. The Building Ae sociation have made mo t U ample arrangemet for the recption of Ion- H vited guests. U, Stheir Gra of, the Briptionp of Natches, M GI a isting Archbil hop per eh. 1 bL for si a Gt The Rev. Father A. J. Ryan (Moina) will - open th. ceremonies with a sermon. e A proc ion e formed at 2 o'lock, on Building oiation and the pariornerStoners of St. Josepoh. Theimpos wie the grandest eylemt of the stoe of theor AChurh of ; Joepben Pa.r IhGrace, Our Moat R ev. Arebslahop, ret...

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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