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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 8 October 1871

ma s am Uimi -W SATaS. Wasmmeaw-m elsve peparattlose ae koeb Mi rtene t me t theot will osmes to e W5 'a.S' a b.. Geruesest. Th Geesmt' , for a. resell of the Reselesr w be he tweeatd tll the visit of Duke ales is over to whisk request Geea Grnt lw so. Naw Yor.-The Democsatie State COven tion, whi bas been et i aRephester, sad wMtlba'eEI' eus the 4 satLral-th tioas I-as and etatltoal o l se e itie of tshe eelne _of the Seuth sa siseshtom i, .oe OtIe peoehetuallty be s th law isa insevt able et se aobe cvl wa. bids It to be hd et a t o f a twl Ja ts i7 tnheir se tablisbed iis sad to aid them i prometiag their and the general geo ofthb iafnals NwY wod i l look with sai - fasetion o the poihmet of all eupo whom gualt ean be The platlfrm ale e alls tog p~rd isur to provid for  .m -a her ti a . heot aemo asris Mpernad ni ar the ps, pf thity to bses m nepTlseowit the liability of a Mwefor paof New York, with l Maos of sies, toe es moved by the Governor in th easr tsaesr as sherit sare ...

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. — 8 October 1871

wonwa wKr. he V4 ratea ' o "a-x as: ry..r. h b wteby.' reve r st ,uta vD -- ,eser ofto the aew fCere . ich il be know ll as e ' 5, wm.-O F11 .b ..I ma o th ro ts he wbstater of et eu e dae abI Tairt Wste5ýet a ib~se' o as oee deVrgbn os the te"n'i he l of t be is thea LceUs t te :IrBe1t O os hoo =setba A Flbn i ri't 1 C Ae ilta e R urt h ess ~Mary E gee p rs, Mier ls i bater M Tirevsmlain, eam l mqgo° . wel I _______o___ rhaver i,. am. . tte.. b iso , ibf y several of his el ay Dic which is reinc srectT by the Sisters of Sunds on the.proi Ttr dat y  the iltrn of Mer, oner i Fourth etre, ..aohased t omeorn ears e from the 't (he Gaerman Orpthan dhen, sndom0. It i4nswc tuI5I design mdi .e iab Tbwa the erca proe a-.l; tov be one of the hand- l somest in the e'. Y"-2u% k, et. 20. monyg Diodes or LUn:TOTlRtCoI- Lr hecep- Cony tios.-O Fr.--Orl udieybs 1, th e Fueast On heof the Octar, *' th'%!jtivity of the Bless- or B ed Virgin, iw the ' imepasn Chapel of the of re! Sisters of Ithn...

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. — 8 October 1871

Eus j Sktal o4 V s 4n A writ of erre-s Ilp ofthe pee. The fastsst qity Ia the world--leo-tri eity. What sport is like girle' goesip-Doers talkiag. Widom-The loan ataloan-ofee is best left alone. What Is the key-note to good breedinglt B natural. A killing beauty--a woman who Inceu herself to death. A snake may change its skin, but yet, preservelts sting. What are known as garters were called shankbeands byour Saoeq nerdfather. Why is a sa who kicks oat right and left like an ancient robber. Because he's a freebooter. ALaid ofen Inquiring turn of mind wants to know whether the horseman who scoured the plain aged soa.P Eeses f ceremony shows want of bred ing; ý eyiltisbe which excuLluds al -- eupesSao$ epn.J lity. Little thisn should not be despised, for ...any threads will bind an elephant, and many drops make a river. The hog may not be thoroughly posted in arithmetic, but when you come to square root be is there-the hogis. SVery few hores eat pickled salmon; but we saw one standin...

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. — 8 October 1871

MUilup balr and Catke$I msssngslr nmII# tena epa , t. Cert. J3lekina eme f agmwlsafe.-Aecord f the world on aos uaistle prinelples "ls now tforly :afoot moadd slow but deter ed lbeinning of realisation" The memsy wbreio l to be applied to the enter a is dignflied by the ame of the St. wZg.'s Pind, of which Sir Thomas Dyke . lmd and lMr. Cowper-Temple are the trustees. Mr. Rskin, knowing no other better means for the reformation and ame lormatio of maakind than that evolved by this own lntillible judgment, has set aside, out of his own pocket, towards the work nag out of of his plan, the sum of £2000. In addition to this some worshiper of his doctrines has given him "a pretty little gift of seven aets of woodland in Wore"s teribire." " , at litestron the eve of Christmas (be sayo to publish the legal ter 'l I ear. Util then, what eversums ev.Jand I may receive will be simply paid to the tuatees or be secured in their name." In tesmse number we are premised ftrthf atgroation as to t...

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. — 15 October 1871

MorningStarandCatholloW ebenger rusue wmud ITo Tua Monume SrTn ha been Wstad tsawl O,ae Ceti. /az c, II  wit-th approval ot the ke =lewLth J~ r, Cks ~ ie kw P lrd md admimtted wn in New Orleans, and eqqeur ser. t andly -droted to tbo ites, to of tlhe Catholio Chroh. MosthRev. rcehbihop s es Topvent all Ulre, and to J.uarante the pera5name7 of the uadertakiLg, It ia t eev. bobihop N. J LD bsed on ajoint stoc oompany, othe capt, Very Rev. O. R*rYYo , Tie residnt. tai ofa o to e ndrd o Rev. T. MomS,, dollar, in Ave thousandahas of twea ev. T. J. _A, . J doles eo NeV. Joax FurasxxASA. Mr. Joan T. Gasuona, % jotort r dora enmmac.p Mr. Jose McCrraMr, We approve ot t ·alreeal ua: of or Dtioee All ommunlestloeanre to beaddressed to the m o w O.4 Y.1 - D.. ..es. 1s, IN-o M t~ . oeem--et. 1 Caelet ,mut. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THII GSI" 2+Y OnI --adiOuca Nanm ,i mAN7 ,vnr.r> ,r NiW ORLEANS, SUNDAY. MORNING. OCTOBER 1.5, 1871. I__BE_ ...

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. — 15 October 1871

MIrning star and Catholic Messenger. NEw O lAsIM seDAT, OCTOBER 15. IsT1. (F6r te Morning star sad CstholleMaaaenger1l THE CITY OF REFUGE. Hebron and Basser, Eaet, Keel , Golan I eade of them at Use of evening proper, Thea elosed my Bible, sad went faeth to study The other Bible-Natere's slamo ar. The nasses msse buk whee, enterag the gre.awood. I alowly poeed Its laify, lowery ways - abson and Brees, Umeth, edes, Goelan I mused upon the eitis of old days. Isran had passes the horroe of the desaue Hdd thrown aeLd. fsr aye old Egypt' bchain, Eas reached the promasd land, but still was wanting The rest that for Gol's people doth reamaa. Thae'still was strife asn bloodshed ; stll th' avenger Of ganulltls blood did wait to slay the slayer Bat God appolnted strong and walled ditles, That he who aooght might And his safety there. Whmre are they sw. ths cittle of protection t Bare they been overwhelmed by time's gret eoodt hath war been there, and havoo, and confusion, And left of them ...

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. — 15 October 1871

33W o03.*35 SUMDAY. OCTODS 15. 1671. IF WE WOULD. Ift w would bt chekthe ~taher. _  we utter or taia  e i s It we would.hew iee mfslbt we Tra how berpaths ft and bsaes. AbI the wroebt m ht be righbted 1 IfEat weould- bt ae a webt" r At I the in that might e lightenedl versyla houer ma evLn Oty I It we would bat hear the edng, 1 Of the heurte that go aetray. Let .us top outside the etronghold I Of oar elflDebesua and pride; Let ans lift our inttig brotere.. e Let as b sirpr~ien are we abidel o Let Re, e. werblameo the fallen Hold a light to heeoor and e i s. I Ah. bow blesned ! ab. bow blessed Earth would be If we but try Thus to aid and right the weake r. Ihus to aid esoh brther'se ely ens to walk, n duty o e Pathway h ' o HOUIrA, LA., Oct. 9, 1871. b Editor Morning Star and Catholic Meenger: i _ On the evening of the 29th nit. the --inhabitants, of our= little town were fi agreeably surprised by the ' arrival of e the Most Rev. Archbishop N. J. Perche, of New Orleans. On Sanday ...

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. — 15 October 1871

Morning Star and Catholc Messenger. Pt11.IniED UYSuT ºZU AYT MOsan o. .. .. .. .......... .................:l em ,* ....o............. . . m , . . . . . ..s . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . ..: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . U n U as as . " i .n RAUaMMS OV SW5 i E S drnepts, Osivesto. o Oa a............aa h 3 o1 fu was*rtWers, el d.ersin the tor countro, edltr altomes, oma a lita a allre Oeie , iUmdiate, CTOBR iS. 1511. cL.. mlllzl sF I ws]IIX alcay ..:.Oct- ,exteyoef tht .. B .g -man ..... oat -s. Llue.s of • Unte. Y ..W..e e e-,, A1 ._ m . -. .Oefre-t t. aob C ante ol .bsee sr.i -£gl mo gets " fr the s ta .r n. Jr. MoGovaur, 20 Dauphina street, Mobile. J. I Swrn, coer Market sad Twenty.; &reond satet, Galveston. J. Z. L nbranacum, Laredo. T'o OuR Svunacsnus.-Those of our s·a cribes, either in the city or country, who do not receive their papers regularly, are requested to make their complaints direct to us. A note through the post office, or a _complalnt made at this ofl...

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. — 15 October 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messnger. Wlsw OLUANx. SUIDAT. OeTO3U Is. 15n. UlxLTsD STAT3s. CaHcAoo.-2% 2b'rir$ Cox gruris.-On Saturday ight, Out. 7l a fire broke out, whiho, at oEer tfma woud have been desig. nated a "extensive" bat which, in view of the terrible and almost unequalled conlsgra tion which starting in its dread career the Rol lowi night sand rseslting in the almost en tire d truoon of that eitf, eauses it to pale into inignioinee. The re on Saturday A night, hroug the exertions of the firemen, was extinguished, and Sunday morning dawn ed upon the doomed city without one remoni. tCry sign of the fghtful halamnity wtoh was about to fall upon oer. Iate that evening, a boy went nlato a stableon DeKaven street nea, the river, on the west side, to milk a cow, ar rying with him a kerosenel Iamp,wbloh was kiokedover bylhe cow, and theb daaid scattered among the straw. This was the be. ginnig of the fre. A single extinguisher on on theground, or active work of the police in tea...

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. — 15 October 1871

Vleii'tg ar and Catholic Messenger. ..a - SO I. tDt0 n aS. tet.. HnoW IxW nlEL . Tutr's DEVC..-T e is a fable We copy thefa aiangthe Hindoos that a thief biobeen l as of the Chr deteeted and condemned to die, hapo of the official orgat if. aHe ent for his jailer, and told lim Churehgouth.A that be had a secret of great importance changes of a m, which bhe desired to impart to the kino, by our Protests ·m-6@het that had been done lie would ere todie. Updon rece ving this piece ter, It is convi p-steloie tlre the king at once or ered that they will b eenlpt to be conducted. tol presence,' t the attainm and demanded of hism to know his ret " Union" for ws The thief replied that hIe knew the-secret i " of eassing trees to grow which would bear striving, and fruit of pure gold. - The experiment might creeds and cut be easily tricl, and his majesty would not sacred by then 'ose the opportunity ; so accompanied bI Progress towa his prime minister his courtiers, and hs chief priest, he ent...

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. — 15 October 1871

rning Star and Catholic Messenger. aiW oLUMawN. UnDAY. ocTOaR , Is. n. WIT AND WISDOM. IA liberal translition of tempus fgit is, , i few get time." Nearly all women like soldiers, and some ould like a good offer, sir. A Kansas City journal calls young ladies' inaries "sugar refineries." to How may men always become fore- b - nded I By doubling their flsts o How to make a hot-bed-Go to sleep pi ith a lighted cigar in your mouth. 1 A lobster never comes ashore without tl t risk of getting into hot water. t Some girls are like old muskets-they use a good,deal of powder, but will not go 0 Why is Westminster Abbey like a fen der! Because it contains the ashes of the p grate. Nursing revenge is like nursing a young edgelog-the older it grows the sharper L 4ailla ci When you hear a man say, "Life is but t dream," tread on his corn and wake him p. Life is real. I If brooks are, as poets call them, the ,, oat joyous things in nature, what are they murmuring" about I k iWhen is the most dang...

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. — 15 October 1871

erning star and Catholic Messenger. NIW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. CCTOI:ER 1,. I.CI. DOUMlTIC CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE" Alt'IIlIOCEbE OF BAI.TIMORE-. - wIC ('Church of ;St. P'ius.--Memoriqtl Chiurch of the ,Jubhle fr. Pope 1'ius J1.--The great event of our Holy Father's having happily passed the years and even the days of Pe ler, unique in the history of the Church, is surely deserving of a memnuorial. In this view, We have decided to dedicate to God, under the name and anuslices of his l'atron Saint, St. l'ius V., the new church to oe immediately erected on the corner of lihd die and Walsh stltrets, near George street, where a church has been long needed, alnd where a spaclious lot thas been secured at a cost of twenty-ti.e thousand dollars. The Rev. Lawrence Malloy, forumelly of St. Jo stph'l's, Texas, has been appointed Pastor of the new chulch ; and lie will lproceeld at onlce to collect, and to make the Ceeissalry arrgetlunl.ients for begilnntitng the buildingir us ioiiolli s posibileI. ...

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. — 22 October 1871

.-< 9,v. 4 Ver Rev. G. .. u r. .o4 M . f "r Jonw .k t7,aMs' o I* y{N'N lqornhigStaraP Zn o. 124 C.etiosd)f VTery Rvo.Iae Lafae t e 4 rt 'dl 4 MotRev.ra JoHN wLNA4 'ý*1"'* eEW ORL.AN MTAY MOUltiNG OCTOBER 22, 1871. J8. Mr. OHN CA ,a' Dir J N ~ ~ t 4 0 x " `,. , P t i. - ~ k·;. ··12 .&u Gom Edira tý-- a " kr . ""4ý. er ' OWBEUIFL RETE FETO TEMTHT RNGGLDETDIGSOFGODTHNG! VATT ,;.!b . 4,: t$ RLAS, UNAYMRNN. CTBR 2 17 RoMa, Sept:- . r Invasion has Spy . ý those perlleOu ' announcset , ýe anything totell > quieter than were to hav how the hung fire. son colest ws zthi was o@ io conspirator a. : ai fashioniis inads :.gainsttbe II m f1` 'tf these wo lehe -nothing wh t the day. The7r have been a~irii[ from the Gov#i to any troag'le favorable.. Ibe Nothing 'ilh a down-pooroteof Wi hs a at sunriso aSf down, whibh: ed, was ot; the daawit Our new masersm ay ldo walls and buildings v of the tout ensesmble birch len d in- I terest to'Rome that are they have taken to %4 the frst pMaes the...

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. — 22 October 1871

l f ,eadem ELN FITZGERALD; -- 8Wg ~I ' 1aish Sre and Poes " a 3. ULPLI. (ment~aed.) 03AW IX. Peshapa the widoh ueeicla ow bate lo your mother, dar, mad I Slas but we have. both.h booy e. mf elu whe _w t  .e Moa not smusm.a. vlten" aaC thh ,aokea, tide oefrelal eehisr baweSit al minds and lmearting M *de the youug gtrl'. ehoudr' the 'elbpd Iah e uiot-he * yrshonln e_ Itu aN . m a, mt II sloep to-ehave yet n in man age w wotheebod ' ow the words aoug.hoib back to Ellen's macist all his youift _hopem and spiratior, Shad planned to remain malws now Ioaos tM i olr orm t rasi bar ho  ao t1 fa beedw-. wito pe$ red him with hie nthe per ed odtneath the hi. ning wa tmsi hs: n habls a tbr o Iag round hm aod i caroe stroe wmo tbrowm n widl out for blet fseh onwse e to hok apd  ie a he lhow ean th r iaah whicht te brmought h nwho loved. hm with a mott a er love auntolly Ctam to tht e doha or bt ee lugthe poor w woverme with giti, went ot hid lnkthe, eansnet br theard ao rn ly d. hs...

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. — 22 October 1871

e of th. be rn - , o r a.n. 4abý ltse n. hl w bCO .. re dela s rift i le 6 leatehaeta': Piltn 0116 00W cCla baseý dient dty ,boa h e est r s" thee " V a oM -- eriot s ory be Sand' wiachi will.be e weio, -w, . . and. We a nieval will be an ,,ed aiw, t -eat odvaant e-d freodJ ,ewaumto sette in ourT * I bsl 1 O t ar oit o ..ha ofy h a _ 'i "t to Fa bthe ri w r of tbat egoo ie sa fiom tthlu e .* The 3ofo J. Cassells, o We think tbl Smitherit As mau Zathols came from or the 8th onerw aded eoeS mrwiont le rasng ase welld gh one thes b ee oBroo feetabove 5 oTbb li owtet regione re To- from the bei ýs p sp t a ofoReg . Jgentlme uso of Wethis of n. Aua ther D -mseola h tme from n oh e ath ternisitely t a ani d tnd o rLatn as w trver. s dedin the Spg rhe teotan it-i ha e on g u e at Stl. e tof d ets hPol ie nend tb rooei v e o, o asins to ninety p aer s- bi wtet m ten Wisse tio nt h , R v. a ptors e tran fe atn tl Dhr .ato - s -t LoanD ri. e e eln st e as riests io this eity, ded nTire yo...

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. — 22 October 1871

f ....... I ...... *r I agEU ItsI astsa ar. le S A ttt M S. ........... . r t en J. D. a-, corner -- Market al Twea ty Second str avestn. J. Z. Larmesauacm , Aredo. Ancimsaoo P 3i03.-His Oraces, our Mcst Rev. Archbishop, left the city on the 1th lnst, to visit the towns of Baton Rouge, Bayou Sara and other places on the upper ceast. He ls expected back before the lot prox., as on that day h s to ooite in t.he'Cashesl. After that he will leave.allies immediately for the towns on the lake coast and the lower eoest of the river. His Grace has labored losesasntly since his return from Rome, having traversed nearly the wIole of his extemaive dieess. We are pleased to noW tbe t ba t hale blessl ed with continued good health. ST. Josar's ScuoCs, as55 DETascr. This favorite lnstitution fwe the esaties of young laIses, stuet atthe eaL e etf PRlttrla and Jens sitee, one equpr he NIlgleon Avenue, has ressed its hms Sti the meet euncoraging plspeots at sanses. The shool is condueted by the...

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. — 22 October 1871

On WeaIdseIo P the bann** ag c -hose of bike, Bren Oe. wk rTobm" etk e bank bon, tMe.,lsgmaty -t sIem. Naile &d Comaack. T ,esemam. aofthe set h y wa .simple ad a ad eas. Tha tIe, harg pr vide a $itm with the- 0in 1 e rtia kt a for obtaining the b4l, 'ulmmaM Imstele cure d his beaty gddeeSaUp. t a e &5 . . dollannrs rewaz&e V es- #t MIr a ammakfserseleawytetbheme coptente. Thb b ted . lbqsi UIq to the meamount opem ,UM aasA wq rants to the aem brrtr4l, amounetlg is r the aggregate hit 101I . Thursday asga at 7s e' ele4, the -porter . sMmehal!(eapm C 4'S ) Perdi4oatesW, w p4le Lg thea lhsy of the o&l.,o-; -lb,_ ,fe O . pers in a Co.'A t . ut eIe ovaluebe mesnsed t . .ia, oe the arrival i of Mr. Ksuttseh.m, 4dt4e4 them to hio. They pov .ed to be$em gdbenaslr vaile , belonging to M.esyI & Cmma~r.- . 1 Chuarles Cmma s, 4e1ng seat aor, idea Stad them-and regelved Meam. The State warrants are still sea t lasedus, and in response to a polite inquiry made by our rep...

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. — 22 October 1871

s.s mor, ras ers r. ~ rr m., ,eg. r Me sme SrV W a to s rea um. e d ; r- - -: O" Sndaty, oept. a 0th, the Are"hbabop srof Y r a nmaeted t 1 evic an the p arish Fork of hlog urry. "A letter to the Lon don D a be.le nsph, dated from le rry. lie; ST dss e epis heal ve owg c o the pro SThe oasmion was the ernoon seri th t p the forelon but iavl en con u ts Coministerr. Cmeron. It wa known a Ahe rbbshop wits to dopreach, and the ts t-Due arch wied. Hi Gre nea mo aed the au o wobrds of that urr, atev n. undy Sept. Ah theAbchibop m h duo oottisah metrical versio'. be the pa with s the words " A peopAle ti ta o eat h do gidwel - Ne cct of the prusu a s tto dotbeirwo-t. it is the eastmi of the Bterooh clergy to th ato- of the oreoon and which e some, no doSunt, do Stter ih the uApremehita fed in Gene words of the Englsh Prayeri- t ibook. He so strng one prayer to anLo thero h SgLwas to form a whole , a nd he ca the Litany tie chuaoh was t hed. His a rae entered i into a cont drrsd inn hior...

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. — 22 October 1871

"hog.- - ' oil paz n dwe . ,,d To imsal . ,, STo *W a cs t th. p e STb ..... . p when yot spea ,1br one by one 'way they . sneak. " , " ft What does a grocef do with all of his ssei goods before he sells them t 'Gives them a ben weigh. . An undertaker in Mount 'erson adver- a - times " Cones made and repaired on sabort notiee:." a.. Wbyls the 19@ G Ilkedeath t It makes h ghostseof hosts, and tis always in the midst ap orf lau;hter. - Never desphe hmble services. When con sarehips rn aground little boats may and ToO may' Samn knowledge by reading, its but you must separat the shafe from the w wheat by thonk-ng i put The more the fruit. the lower the brah sn a .anhh it grows; pride is ever the corn- hm panio of emptlnes4. ... . o SMr. Gubblas M saher husbeand is like a tl Salow eadltb5wa5 he ,lways will pmoke p . when he is o te ou id her yea, i s,. s mon ever saw him se, in -thousnds t'hI5 )Imfl saw." h . the e.moplcmeitof colored troops on the th. AW.,, beTesub; s " y we so 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. — 22 October 1871

F, aeme tii~de. b -tri Sis mI oar joy tob h% p va of chi w. momants the been neatly deco w wa esaly filled S, w werearadi S -- -.to receive his ibl r Protestant friends were prue t. hi as ual huppt and .-pstheti3sj4t lquent prglate eliv ered a very Pr'' te discourse, which S-- made a dsD in on everyone pres o eat,The S, fo t*ie gresenee of our be. oved;spter amOnug 1++x childeeu.was cer. laftly a feast, en4td with the solemn eneIltlodt of tie Bipsqd Sacrament. Sevout,. pieces chosen top thepecasion, stavte that i oi choir is not altogether eitat of musal ualeat, anseamongthbe salos was the worid-famed "l.A. Maria, d. r nmbiat5" wlhich was readersp in. an ad mlabls and'rtutasti style by on. of.lir fair and lovely prima-ilonnst, r r. Before bidding arewell to his children, his Grace showed how great was his lave for as. The pur abe of the Methodist 8eminary,-which wse3a&al.iled to buy last mouth, was finally conclded thus sacurlq g to all, Protestata as- weltl s ahei . respecta...

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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