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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 November 1871

On T'essdy ight last a sacrilegious thief robbed the pes.sezme 6f 8t. Louis Cathedral. Tbi me v er of dath in this City during the week ending November 5th, at 6 F. i., was one hundred and twieit-eight. Geo. 8. Lacey, City Attorney, and the Hon. .- John y, on Thursday last, held a oousulta tion relative to a license tax ordinance fIb this - clty. They-des1rto"Tiaei-a-orlnanns that will be stringent and free from legal Saws. Licenses for the yea-1872 will soon be In de - end, albdthosei-nterested shflA-pay atten tion to this matter. S QaOn Wednesday night, about nine o'clock, Mr. Peter A. Lanause, aged fifty-five years, com mitted suicide by shooting himself in the he No eanse foa the act has been ascertained. Deoeased bep a hardware store on Orleans street. On Thuredry morning, about 9 o'clook, a fire broke out in thme four-story brick building, at, the corner of Campand Poydras streets, known as the Branch Washington Exchange.. -The building is owned by Alfred Penn, Esy., and. th...

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. — 12 November 1871

e w ,- m ,A m h. .$ T . "a , ismnm t r a nron ca h d . l..p-, .-coa, suws.-On Saturday, October 28th, the Moet Rev. Arelbisbop admiolstered the Sacrament of Coefhastion in St. John's __mweh Wtdta 'Natn to 808 prtofl he candidste fotr the acramennt had bee prepa s r Its rece.on~ by the Redemp trsk Faterr "ts,who hive just brought to a dese the exercises of the Mission to the people of White Plains and adjoining sta SIther P~attery .plains.-Ed. lerald : ra your issue of Sunday last you give a rbiai y of an appeal made at the nine delork Mase, in S Thomas Church, in be half of suffering hicago, by Rev. AE.Mo laley. Allow me to say that thesau yat eame and the appeal of which yon, handsomely approve, but egregiously dis tit have to be laid to my account, instead otthftot my reverend colleague. This in algifloant mistake' were of little import mseo, and would not induce me to ttespass em your valuable space. )~ou represent me as having said that Chicago was a So den in infamy and 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. — 12 November 1871

- e, aMaflh*--Qui.t hasban. t Quo a man who worships money be sa4i hualist i . St.: ua. s 6wed his wisdom ore to than to study. Eve  his weak side: and it is very otn this weak side is the Veat W a Sb.. moat curious feeder. I th ' e eats best when be ba mouth. bought a mule, aid a nileas it as a re markable -poasienin. N. so oeempany, no the pn ma young o byea are ge st as; they s e msner ofg barlades, and wear therse ot ain dolg riThe Oldes.-The ss is the oldest lum ber merchant, since hetoo has been dealg ce esneh finth the Ant day of comipleted r tre or girl n I wih I wastiaselreuitSaCo." Beware o inquisitive people. A wonder- 1 Soalolmastero and prcaioiu_ n collegey a are like stonaee they shmapen el manner of ladeomp, and wear eat a delv re oto tell it A nhe ldegal worksun is the oldest lum which merisan, ipat he haswill meen dealinm-g besnis inc~the first day of completed cre ense sale. It is entive people. A wonder Men are nquetly liks enerally The reals fmpanied by l grea...

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. — 12 November 1871

PVJM 0I( w s. 3 "0,000 tfgitive Cbhiagoals. ... -It tsimpossible to obtain oasks for the im- t . . se vrintage of Calilbrzn . : Id Phlladelphia there wer 567 -cases of . small-pox-last week and 9 -deaths. - The /ibsae aunounces the resignation of the I Hon. Hamilton Fish, Secretary of State. Ninety thousand emigrants came into the I United States last year from British America. A statue of'Maximillan was unveiled in Vi enna, with solemn and imposing ceremonies, t on the7th. Pliano making at present takes the third a rank among the manufacturilg interests of United States. There are six millions of real estate owners E in the United States, the farmers being -four millions of the number. TheBritish expedition for the observation ] of the total eclipse, which will occur Deeembet I 11th, has arrived at Malta. " Nearly every city in Ireland has sent its , subscription to the Chicago sufferers. Cork i sent £400 and Dublin £1500. The gsgree of Doctr of Medicine h9been I conferred upon Mis...

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. — 19 November 1871

w . wr 1 10a0.- -r Moamig Drm m hm tT o st. "a re asong Nu o d with the approval of the sathority of the DIooeee to sul Ip admitted want in new'ore.e maiu evoed to t* Intees. @1 1 2*.:....9~-~Y ..e es-me* r- cus chs fi Bar. Aebbvhop.. hilar., and to geJge Von Bey va rcb i sho p v an. Pueside. =on ajoint e to co hmp ,el .. .the permnency of the Ia e.a.. a. 1 e v T . X o. E m e r . _ _ d o U U ea ck h. a a A A s e , g 1ev. JoaN P .WA0AiI. dollars eola r. Jo.s T Guamox. [r. Joa cADp'eelq M MeeJ D.ei M. Sr. Jore HRmDWmeOm. . 1 gof We a o takinga~o~ anteeakneedlit to at * An .e*mPaatLaUaes to bleidnremed tow . . ofer ts re ovr awJ O ar pmonietele Ogee-oo. 134 Carmiet knot. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDJNGS OF GOOD THINGSI" * a-e e VOLUME IV. - NNW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 19, 1871. - ,NUMBE 2. " - r' +Nl s anStar a d CA tholicM senger. NNW ORLW ANS. SUNDAY. NOYNMU 19, 171. Gr. trhoHrnisng Staw .anpdholeeager.l TEE LhYING OF THE CORNER-STONE. I stand mon...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 November 1871

*m s avlr. va ass ii. ian THE SISTER OF OCHARITY. "$l AMruu . MCEs*. all aelfposed, shsd e mevee through ward ad ball /. Ji e mo~orn tll gv her dutiesoe, eease1 r /illf her chesrink presence . andWhai bhe binge the balr of peace. Teo scarcely bear the patter of her feet ohe at grentle eel.rstrained and mild ,,: Ad heo sofa ad thorhts have made her esweet A nd bare a r ny ahild. The ick man hungere for bar kindly smile. And watches her with eager bating breath i Her soothing touch has power to beguile The very pang of death. Sojids hewr UIfa; and every paasligyday. To llhtP th her leoviog ear is givene i anus cnibewsnmi comomrrt om her way S ear hps are alt in heaven. oe feature. are so calm, relgneod and still. Ton carce can tell if she be young or old. Sud~rely." you think. 'ret never fel~lov~e' thrlll. *seeetvte taisid and cold." An e a women's heart esets in her breast, With all Its power and all its need of loveI heb brokd'it. but our Lord has given it rest, and taken it above. ...

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. — 19 November 1871

Tu el S witWI . T ere o inrgning Sof Beae. He moved in the ~inorrporAIopr for a petition demand orepeaof the oUnion e.tinagalshed is · womded hiks hearers of the W brikltbe kyibh theIrish legim lature had been coeUed into anaceeptance ofits own reain; how martialaw had been In force atthe time; psblio megtingtaul) presmed; and diascusslio overawed by the presene or .C b - moldiers.-H -then 7 tilede grievances of Ireland since the Aniof; her slackened trade and erippled anuf~tureas L her absentee rents and ur plus taxation ; her disproportiomanly small numbetrof members in Parliament; and the much higher qualieition for-voting re alred in Ireland than in England, though keformer was the poorer countr.o The pdeition n-avsite1en-adopted, 0 Connol be hprore throgh the island, am membling n every convenient spot vast rnan-air meetings, and gathering together from ,000 to 400,000 Idibmen at a ti powerful -s his voice was not resch a tithe ofhi c; but Lapreq ncae eporta which they hedrd of...

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. — 19 November 1871

......::: ...::::::: 01, ..a.Y@ -.. 1 the eas f irinserta. Utamis. so c es e a Ma.e *s Ms Uo e . essamass~~ orToWE 0IS 1 480 e. .Neem 'Cthelae, 6110 per aquare each isr , J ee. M t o lso snt allowed re the above saes retas, without disont. seUond 3 eet, e alis.,tion. Iaee 1olaa sech ies. ta K e linesash tae tloa 4~~~~ ee adyNvme 19, and at orit h. Re.raleea .so ato ar a i eme. 13W -SIRANU, EUIEI AT. !iOVNMBZR 15. 1571. - 10v.2-4% 01293et o ung Wdw l xeºfs--t . I ilx f VA eý Caieeo. 'I. ~ f-'rentto of #11eV Mry oe r thei (kiueise sad oart:on w' w+ they.55-St. Clement. soltrad ]tMrty.. .No.55StCatarioVirinandlartyr le - ate er thre thtar. ee MoGovume, -to* Duphine street, Mobile. . D. Swsvera, corner Market n Twenty Second strete, Galveeton. 5 or. Ir L&T1Anntuoz, Laredo. _ad [otia o ~a.0·M onoiemtee of otcheVs. a The Epscopal Visitation will be held atr tb- eso Sunday; November 19, and C , at Corintha rten $ ay, November 96. Moanur-We return our sincere thanke-to Mobile, for the k...

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. — 19 November 1871

Laeuome,- ssjw h will remember tbe tev. Father Rya leetareb at It. Thermes Church aest Threr4i eveting, the Saiast Thaubjeot eheosee is one whleh will i wel calculated to cell forth those profoundp-ad imp emotions to which the ulogsf letr 4r smscptible. "The Diving i He man is a theme at oeeo poetieal and phllcophol, graeefl and saublimae. The eon neetion between God in his jreataes and man in his'littleness, betwep the Original i its Reality end the image in its borrowed ex istemee, is not only the apost important of al topics to asn but the fullest of oratorical and poetical opportunity. Father Ryan cotild hardly be expected to comi out more grand ly on any occasion. We have not ascortained the sidest of his leetureto-night atat.Peter'a Church, but havre no doubt that it will be of eothralliag interest. Nona no ApersmaurTos or ORPHtA AstLvus.-The following important notice ap pears in the secular papery The le" Antoine Eeutti having. by his will, made by public sot before A.Dreyfo...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 November 1871

r ss.~tWI. S' ( w; ma. t ;esnit iasion, ajust eclosed in 'Cherbh, Pbiladelphia,there were salons; sad several converts .9th nlt. Bishop McGill, -of Va., coondrmed 6 persons of I $ were converts, in Martinsborg, At the Convent of tie Visitation, Maria, Richmond, on the 6th of No- i Miss Jane E. Sweeny received the I bs hablit and the name of Sister Aloysins. On the same occasion, ory Genevieve Eggars made her profession. - I AMission for Italians was began at St. 's Churchb on Thursday last, and will sii on to-morrow. The two Friar Minors who came to this city from Rome, a short ;time since, aredworking energetically to -'4Jcsiish bete a church for their fellow .s~ mean; and it is our anxious wish i esucceed.-St. Louis Wialchman, 'h Germans of St. Louis, are establishb . a stock company to publish a paper ti~co rveligious-They expect to raise i" e-At the. Convent of St. Clara, in Sii cnatl. on November 1, Sister Athana eof St. Francis (Genevieve Railch), Pro *msedof the congregation ...

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. — 19 November 1871

A cuase of Dy pepa-Digesting a re ports. Dogs beat dentists. They insert nataral teeth. - When is a card-player a shabby individ hal t When be shufles. It is all very well to say "take things aeWi ey come," but sappose they don't come! SWhen a man has tried everything, and found it will not answer, let him go where there is an echo, and try that. Flukes, that thirsty old toper, paid his last ten cents for a idrank the other day,and sang,"I'm sad, and yet I emsile." - What is thedifference between a barber and a mpther t One has razors to shave and the other has shavers to raise. ioicul4 Is a weak weapon when levelled at astrop mind. But common minds are cowards and dread an empty laugh. Practical Joke.-Sportive youth takes a Webster's Dictionary to demolish a fly that is "sooozing " on the teacher's head. Never laugh at your own. -marks. It may be a very agreeable excitation, bat it. invariably spoils yrat you are saying. A Maine partridg,- after standing still and being dr6t at sev...

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. — 19 November 1871

ahin. ND>rAaT, !(/y15U 0. MI1 ,s ts sas. of 1w Qases e s bee badly trnstated for us se ftel isesreatleg sketeb, which ppeased in uamber of the Bultimore Volk. Ze.g as grat pleasre, to lay before our this eloquent tribate to the energy and o lt Getman friende for more than one la the alt plae, OCatholicity knows 'i will et ad.M t the narrow Itnitattobs elitled lines or dlAenrses of nationality, len all the peoples and nations of the idthl. s lit bashoem-onite. them- in-the leadeef hedwthey love; hence the triumphs at her childre ofoime nation or in one quarter of the Fasiuees every Catholic through Oat fthe edto rejoice. -In the next place. as CSt rloraliLsts, and the representatives of 10ýai interests and views throughout thble SI of she country, it has always been our al lnddesire to teach Catholic truth, to re Catholic opinion, and to give Catbolle genee from every part of the One, Uni umlChurch, giving credit to all, without dstInction of nationality. If we have been wains, in...

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. — 26 November 1871

.r.nng ta rand soe .sengar • -,- U,,.:WZZILT 3a _ - °.'. ', }. -y .G. IUi.i *et,, ~M.m.! .Vdr Hh.Direofranoths~eOm rJa e$ tholle Most Rev. Arobbishop N. J.: -,C. T - - Vey Reice sident. :..0,o . Ro Rev. J. MoNIHaAw. at of whteh d Rev. T*;. o. h KdNYs I. J. " Rev. Jox LBAAA. --"-AAN. - rJoMs McCAII.Z. -Mr. J-oN HENDane'O. " Z nIIapp" of All oomm llcUtionlsre to be addressed to the of oar Dew .tJ -. ,itcu ., dgitorsofsmarning~ferendOMýMtwesenger. \ * OP 4 .tlO o--W,,-o, 1M2Crondelet.stret. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM IAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI"r VOLUME IV. NiW ORLEANS. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 26, 1871. I- . ..-*- a n f h. . . i v A, ,,.r.. I n.ý.... ....n.. u"... - - - - ....i._. -.. - ~ - Merning Star and Catholic Messenger. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 20. lem The New Church of the Sixth District. LAYING OF THE CORNR-STONE OF ST. STEPHEN'S. - Bishop Q l Discourse. THE PROCESSION, THE; C EMONY. THE DEDICA~IT,-TE CHURCH; ETQ. .-n Iast Sunday, the 19th inst., ...

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. — 26 November 1871

tt5*we' -'~ e'''' V-ood so t blewr , O.U. at. _el . ye-ea slaved. i "t''r l 'we as Mede Sýe9anear gsa _ is . fet .af . tr S that ae'eroo new de a 5 a' 5. 'H padoodrynorl a d LEN 'FITZGERALD; aý- w -t oll msa L) tones -; bledkeee o   RhD " " lea  e," -he ald aloud, "It can I " befor her make; and thea-I t you of r s ea riaed Wher head, aummonling all her eorage to answre him ; while the indeeiion f t her mind was all refected in her wordt, " Wo_ d-Ten wish me to be away en my feorftber in hi lest md hoers-rupdl e .  .N winy the ern reply. "You ema e ee stereV to hlth, and I deeire you to remain withsme." ThU n tuhoing frtom her an though is answer wd it part stirclphted, he fixed S h i° eager look on Leonora. a "And you, ehild! When le-need your care S ai loger-will yoeome back to me?" hSis tone was. kindoon-knb ityg; gut fteou he S\ t withold the simple answer-"I muet not . leee my mother?" . Thli weas all she aid* but the effort to con " trol her ibeinugs was relaxed at la...

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. — 26 November 1871

Maer ;ow . m` 1e -a.**= M s I. a fiao tit , Yer olfill hi noae c m L--l ie e h -- a reow ms Grso lthe irhbishop of Nhe Or-l eaes., rdet.g therelto. . NAPOUEO 10JN1 e P13303, by the msory soeo4 Nw sad tae iror ofthe soly Apsasllq re robbIhbp Vi of HNw Orids. to the Piesthoad ad Faibthfl of 01 Osrpiooees. Health s n atbBesdetrisJ jei OChrist rso Our Lqad. at BelovedFellow-laborers and Dear Breth- w sen-It was while engaged In the Pastoral b visitation of our Diiocee tmt wr received at the Encyclical Letter directed by the Sov- pi ereiga Pontiff to all the Bishops of the Ca- at tholie World iu tbfereneeto the Twenty- H Fifth odiiioesary of his-occupeancy of the See of St. Peter-tlrStanniesarry, c-le brtced here with so moh splendor, which d, oetaloned, in the case of every one of ag, a maifestation, open ared above-hoard,,of ac the Catoelo..spirtt which antinttes us. - We avail ourselves of the first opportne t moment which ofery to convey tooo this fa Encyclical of the_ Sovereign...

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. — 26 November 1871

0 e:ar.ava ..ee .. loo.............a0 ... -sal ,- fn . rvo Ar- . s ar p. e i.. - a - c.O ,20. ihi.. stree o-h wear pe rhat et dmtyesft arllowed on the above rats th. -eek oa nrtes.to ihi dietento , anofabo UDat.PT. qaemi.TR . aLnI t. ~"re'hr~, o. l~t. ThvedUaa ere. e . MA o.-ok e etaL jtr letar. ----. F. . e, aGo e5t, 20 Dauphine street, TMobile. o. D. call , eoorm r Market and Twenty-r JSecond 9trd!!(,aiy5ton. and that hurriedly writ ten one from Father i Ryan this week owing to ha deotention, for want of a boat, at Plaquemlne. Tired and sick and worn out with fatigue, he'reached the city on Thursday night at twelve o'clock. His failure to keep his appointment to lecture in St. Terem's Church, on last Thursday evening, disappointed a very large assembly. It was not his fault. This (Sunday) evening at 7 o'clock, he will deliver his lecture in" St.. Teresa's Church, and we hope that even a larger crowd will be present than that which led-it to repletion on last Thursday. ia sub S ee...

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. — 26 November 1871

. ,rning-Star aid-UCap e-MaspaseuAeS. .. CIT >(ITNULIe mC-" in Tan Fma.u Axuz. STAls FAxa.-The J, Mechaides' and Agricultural Fair Association fr have reason to be poeod of the success that ti has this year orowned their efforts. The de- ti, struction by the disastrous fire that took place to a year ago, has only nerved tpems to fresh ex ertions. The ifuildinge pal up in place of the at old ones are more roomy, more elegant and w - better adapted to. theit use s t is out of B place.hore, and at this time, inappropriate, to n speak of the benefit of the-Fair to this city ai and State. Its usefnlness is universally ac- h knowledged; but the liberal inducements of- 9 fered by the sasociation and their earnest ef- st forts have not brought forth the most favor- c *able response from the country at large. T While no strong complaint can be urged, yet A it must be conceded that no perceptible im- C provement has been made in the art display. a: Photography appears to be at a standstlL...

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. — 26 November 1871

-Ow sM'i1. iNom, . iovzsBuPa a. Ln. ýw Terk wnwemsaýe s tme 1trn 1he Zai 5555 -l-~ AUmesdme ofr mw t w lather plope lu IL. - on ts 2thJ d of.f October. 1871, M tr ~r t akofti oolgBossns Church, olie VaNes.. t-raiie Brethrem-We have called hither yor Most Illustribue Order, omitu tlag th e agal pomp of observance that we make part t you of that whlich be. `tasls of the weihbt of the matter, we nave i- ided to do, for mitigating the spiritual 5itUofa.Abe Christian people in Italy. Needlesl is it, venerable Brethren, for us t -ru'oount to you, here, those things that Swe haveo so often deplored; whether in our Alloeutionus or in' our Eiheyeical Lettersto Sal the Bishops. For the, unfriendly and " a wrongs inflicted on the Catholic Chtreh in unhappy Italy. and on the Apos Jlie. Sees have been so tho~aUghly made inaewa, and certified to all, that they can 1 aeither be denied without the greatest. abamelesanesu, nor cloaked by any exacue for thelightening of their reproach. These we, wit...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 November 1871

*StaU M catSarrad lImOia l Walking s ]-.P0t(si°laaing swells. A RBgular Mystia lot.---HB g caught in a fog. ' - - dvice. to mothers-A- switch in time saves ine. sAn enrlo aspi--Jumping out of bed at for o'elock sn the mornng . , Necessity kapws as law." Well, ne cessity is like-a great many lawyers. - If a-small boy is ealled a "lad," is it proper to call a bigger boy a "ladder1?" You may find fashions in town, but you meet with more stiles, in the country. Question for Etymologists.-Do -the ,,roots of words" produce flowers of T speech ?" or Why is an omnibus-strap likeconsoience ie ecause it is an-inward cheek on the out-$ ward man. of -A wag asks, "When wil the Presidential iEsir-be like the moon 1" When thereisa an man in it. in -Why are our'sidewalks in orange season w like music If yeou do not C sharp, youe will B fiat. l The seats of menlr of Congress have been raised several-inc te the only poe sible way of elevat thlr occupaits. An avaricious mt , after hai ng kindled p hi...

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. — 26 November 1871

,St o an d Catholic Ms$rse.m r LUYU 1310K 1AhR 3&V3Y ,-0 FArt BIIAY , orxM., Nov. 17, 1871. -URitew Meustng tar .sat Oel MeO muanpr Dear Sir-You will, I doubt ct, be somewhat surprised that the sdnlosed article amanate from o New Enld p aonge, and is te pro dactio - plf a frotes ant pen. Ardently de siringm as i natural, the trhumph dftry ownt brands of the Church militant it is' yes im possible not to acknowledge tat in the pres ent condition of Italian affairs the truggle is not between rival sovereigns, but between the Catholic Chorchlmepreeotathliv of Chriotiani ty-on the one side, and Atheiam and Commu nism on the other. T'i citng you will deem the enclosed worthy a place in your piper, whih I read with great pleasure last winter in New Orleans, I snm, very respectfully, yours, J. n. A. "Not This Nan, Rut tarabbas" The struggles of right against wrong," of truth against falsehood, of infidelity against faith, began rii'the Garden of Eden. The arehi tempter suggesated seep...

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