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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 7 January 1872

..*e I-trsd..a~ a o. Uoa lm . Puweab, Csum s,. Tus Xom .Se he . bee ti £4tpss ees.with the ~a~el e t* eshe~e ost Rev. Archbishop N.J. 3PD!, i i i- T   itu .... Wreeeaaet.2 pmeigist tU a~~hmg t te-of • • " "ha • IsllmNe. ' _` Rev. T. 3. ..Ktlmiii!. 8ellm, .~~ef t . . i Rev. T. J. SMIrH. J do.iP ehbo. Vestr JOeIv. 0. B>T ON ; • o ~ .M t` ",' " TO .' r*', ... . . .. . Mr. Jo T. GimN. c i l ' a, i l Ml. Mr. 3Oin MCCAiFMY. I Mr. Jomr Hazxpnsox. H mvu 58 .We snaom"edjt tot An e iiak e n~oish d tbe w ss a h alarg, saAll o lda se mA th t $ ) A.l em mur~t I.m as ti.ea uI Iw I . fewDemg .W.. ... ,4sI. sM.. ." " ... . .... " O THE T AT SlIN GLAD 'TIDIGS OF GOOD THINGSl m.m II im. S' NEW ORLEANS. 8U DAY KOJ G. JANUARY 7, .1871.,.- , - 4. ii 'nd"'Ctlo M ltniri Ftotb o~n orthe Tamn~iLrmn I.r.. r r. ) _..t._ TseLei Ps  . w. . d rt if h otiv of the !e tp-.efl Ju rdto fist th itpr of tdl c_ . utsbay the ask t dal TMv. Gerhie abmesot a t br for ngic -n mess of d oepe, he Ihel Ju ii. Amereica Ps...

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. — 7 January 1872

Mo Star.andiG-thOUc Mssengwer e o UDAT. 854A1AY T*. Wt. _earmat) ELLEN FITZGERALDM ; Sad llya". "n T She a th e " v lsl dsie at the la t at, r ne eleaessaI st hde' m e n and u~tifom et lo ,wt E gloom e how aty of us, like e ae s eu te ts h e tos for the promhing ones , nseid w~apos toummen-r t bOh et Uti, thl botM n of atth I a ande ,siatFota bhe that r mat danu ge, de-t I .eawel Mai ear ta moments s he ie.r Amog the lrh to thetm mot banner r thWeI-sto, Willie DuhdEley ad Porsnc . Slanted, _ The alet student was 4o this reatio sjat of absemon e i eororl en Bo lythe Sexlng whoent r tie tmust be brokenn oo e womn cal s o h edI" Theysdid not dr.m tha tlstleem would raule leore day ora'nd tc DRWmle before ia the ioer ohaodP O'Nedl still ramnpaedal earnest, bt enseative Sapdseontole s. ohes, maot me rnothe fiaso (Cwatiaald,) be asw her baummot be weeln d not join th 'sThe of wan y t of a.r Thi rn the Eleo and Leronor mel very often ; for Mo tsreyaent diine sat the o peln int eastrob fou...

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. — 7 January 1872

Mornint S Al d Cathed le M teilpr osm -e-uaS. ai'. U A AXai Y . -sn. havo ree th gd uihyu -ed this eyýfean rgeebs Moth* : etgo e e te edire.t Th oalri th nhur ee a Father, Pope Plus IX. t68 e o t f educated is that great country, ando Haytiens, both Us aett4s And bla, equally respectable atow %ier parilty an5 " To Othur bedlo se , belo thed pembers of the clergy of th Arobhlcese of Port a-Prince, and of thin e Diocese of Cayer - "IIlase ., FrOP. "Dearly Beloved Soas,.Salatation and Apostolic Benediction :-At a time that the attacks directedn at ast the Church, and the palamitres which afflit the whole earth, are for Us a subject for tears, We le arn, with gHef, dearly beloved s, that o ae supporton of u are fallen Inato all -ure thr oubs that you have been tried by incendaimism, depredations, civil war, dears of living, and that, mioreover, in the trggle which yoa do not cease to maintain a st the' Powets of Darkness, many of you bretren, have tallen victims of excessivte labo...

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. — 7 January 1872

- M S r) .d Cethls S hig Lesona an ssc W i "m . -. ......N....... r M ... - .!·a - as eie.s: s, J. D. B~wa , s r Market and 44ent. J. a. Lwrmnona, Larodo. MTo e )" 8:: anEaas.-Thos of onr s M~ube adb,, ter in ti alt orcoutry, Who do not eso.7ve their lapers regualrly, arc regueted to make their e__plaints Av ato as. A note through the post IMPe, or a omplafat made at this ollee, will rweeive immedlste attention. PArzz_ a or w Poe lox Mnsa a.-- y mails due at the posto oe during the se k r failed to arrive. This will count for the bsbence from oau columns of or u usaal very interang sand Important Romna Letter nd general Foreign latelli MVr. J. laahe, wseN sueese in easvslng T-ble, Whe s anud Three MIle rek, for subserlbers to the inra, was mcit oromnlayg, will lavo ...e k on us tAn through Mis. seimppL or wil arst madsn Ba ton 2oue, i., f wee he will proeet and to Ntes s ond Vlsbs, erst by way of Jasn, Miss . La bpuonak f Mr. Kelleer the krid onsider Sson out m e of our ied plsoe r...

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. — 7 January 1872

We Naane S -iMa-- Bes - e ----U- A A. M s" s prale, to g . * No. 4 a, leadl oru - some, wlI tion ld its aa lefi on a'the 3d last. sat ales, The list of aesesa dsetd is publishe in our oemslp poelal adle ide eibu It will be fua to r11eag compri smel .i the aet into.iigent ad te ia eegetic- membrs u the Asseclatlca-mon E who 1.r ueds.aoSld t ir. a. t a9  w -M prs..fi.tS the. .satle bels aaqeo i miee This Bresa h Is * o e theme*ie O lesS d t er ootIveo*rpaiaatios of a national ad athers. volent nature that we know et, as het reme*n gp which esates mengs t Its meibed, thelr lg the promptness In Mtending meeting lad in pl- 1'- eppo lng their daes will testif. Tdsgt. eehol, L w sl the members aem equested to meet at dn. are b John's sehoolhouse from wh they will elu proeed to Lafaette Square to siesot those Branches, which 14; asesitFed .he nvitatiwn Wew to attend the dldestI5o th ne e hure, toP i thatplace. Branhees wbh have epted th key) Invitation areoladhitad Metem Branch No.4...

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. — 7 January 1872

MriIng Star and Catholic M ..l8.tse -sus eszes, sm Amn. sJAnm.t E . 1c.: sT OLIVs THOSa. How do t yop qwloq'MoIud lke to live, fearinn tv tioment to beM blown ap, not darlng to speak load, to Jar any. thing, forfear of startieg an explosion That would send you in -an stiiit to the other world t You don't think it would be very pleas antt Well, it isn't l yet hundreds of men live In Just that stte, work, reoeive pay sad live, year after ye~ in the very might eo death, as it were; all, that the world Io ngeoasguaesaý sat those eu ; go about very quitl., and never laugh. You know at gispowder is very 4 dangerous o a gan, or near a fire, but per- J haps you don's know that t is equally da .rfoas all through the proons of A powder-mill s a fearful place tvift, and strkngerr are very seldom allowed to I *o inte one. They areJ built-iar fromay a -id &ihdbhin of the work i done In a setrate building. Theset bouses are quite a distance from each other, so that, if one blows up, It won'...

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. — 7 January 1872

*|-Ci 4Ni - M Mge~r. ow @3.UU r Wile4TS&I ART?. irs Womas ef d'M L-" bie. Troebls; Uke isifirt5, thirive on nursalg. t l i . -viaetag troubl-i What ns the b nt bet de t. The l. The granest verse is eistse-eh-ie universe. When youe bury animosity snev"t the stom. - A atamp you an't buy-The aimP A bd tle -of arithUbtio.Dimal b SWhat is worse than uitlnIag gsDt Il. I lge omnibuseo - hpsls tthe Camera (Selssrs)-The ] Spol0se birreak. - SWhat u a sund room for the most -pope - Columbus. - Sis yo pose in themlddle of your face It is the enter. seasy is the key of prudesce, and the sanotuary of wisdom. Why it a railreos ear like a bedhbgt Because it runs-os sleeper. The Mea- AU_dall him "te bilious lu.ne i, Geo lsfur Be cautious how ju let &U a remark; it may hurt sameboy slrionsly. When m ship at de be said not tobe on watert When e i on ore . Itais funny thingl ibot a m ent.it, that the more he stope thel faster he ets on. A country editor repowmt money "close, but not close...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 7 January 1872

" Stag w uaid Cathlit ** Mg R , t satee. e l •M ea e. eea s thbs Guius. MI. rived in New Teok ble best way to improve thelettf woman Is to put a ogod hudse on It, anda good mar in thohon., - . . .Te atwant . to Deoeamer show.a do erase of the United States debt for that month of =1,566000. The aiaesa on the Stock Exohange, Los,,' dea;, ou ate a, e0eeded that of any ay for for ya*is year. The total amount of "consoiance money o received by the United States Treasurer since 186e, is $107,000, Three car leads of Japanese an abeChisel sak, worth 3,;000,000, wore reolitljest east from Ban Francisco The new remedy for smallpox, ~ piats of szinc ad digitalis, is being used lin P~ladel- g phin with great  uacee. Toledo Is favored. They have woman there t who advertlses by a sign,pointing toher home, "Plaet reading and plain aewing." / A shawl manufacturer of Philadelphia late ly spun from a aingle potnd of American wool a a thread of 4,000 yarda, or nearly 27 miles. a Van Nort, eueouse...

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. — 14 January 1872

" ...r , ,,_ r._~ '''' . ,t:- '; .Y~!« ' ýf1,k': 1 · ,'r 1 i.;kl ;Y".ýfi ''"ý'T ;f' 41 . MornlngStarandCatholioEeasager, Blh.Nv Ordeo O.tcdS FwPieutxIi UWOOWa jr.. 104 Cworsddd etrelt. b.Ieows.~ a#emuedTAom ThoDlro t.Of thoOlmaf or ot· ·odrly Moot Rev. Archbiahop N.J. PamowN. Vey Rev. f. RAnhONP *hS ViRm Prmldoat. inj Rev. T. KOmaun. 4.120mm Bev. T. J. SYmr r3.P' o ~n aht 3r. JoEN T. Guamoxs. - Mr. JoHl MOCCAYIRY. 31r. Jomar HEmausow. , ý f M ir All emmaloetloar to b0Oddrswd to the of O-w.looooo. - - A arlaM-f-. Pablios~m ous*-3r . o r~ o tew. "HO BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TI HUGS OF GO~D THINIGSZ" VOLUME IV, NEW ORLEANS. SUiNDAY MORNING, J AR 14, 1871.' / UNB .M. U I - ~IT--fl WAUIIfl,,fl , UW .W w w~ I .n~~r .-S~l..- ...1*- - -~1~·;0~ Wxnlng Star and Catholic Messenger, SEW ORIT.A3s. SUNDAI. JASUARY 14. 515. RoME, Dec. 7.-ThePiedm ment ia trying for the moment, a policy of what it would wish to have honored with the name of moderation. It has great dread of th...

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. — 14 January 1872

Megring Star a Catholic Messegr,. SSW ORLNAN5. 5UREA:T~ ANUAxR is. ult~. sw onMassng seaersanl uti r M . Msers. ELLS ITZGERALD (t pourL.) Daistod tie Ymrj of. RIOWARBD YWILLL!AN te Ish sle.n ls~est, ·T o . . ELDER. flestsadeL o.Az-rsan xzvY. 4 oebo acid Defy. rtsLrrlsena 1a MLastrebek paroiers died nt w 'the last of o conmolousness tet esme from the mother's lips, and when the sariage rolled away with ite motlinles buad.e the g~sts within the room, looked at sas hr'wi sllent horror in their taes. t'by little knew every part of the fearful dmama; bet the ga eene, with its lvhtm and lowers, Ste. costl ems ed J-spirin mas.emmed s lt fia keeping with the sa ad desslate woman, whose charred hands habed left their bprem on the shinineg walls, and whose despaiing cry had sounded above all salss eoftmeody or mith. These was another reason for the bush that fell over all asembled in the house; pad wcah'gathered men with anxious faces and The uoada" bad been ordered *RI This was the rumor. Ho...

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. — 14 January 1872

Morning Star ad Catholic Messenger. SNW OflLn3A SdUNA, a -JANUARY 14. elil. JOHN OF MT. SINAI, Amen the eal obokeltheevetnhe John, are a dwtde it kth mn, wa saumbeed , on Undp o ut athicrden of the erose Are l e wae For bhai e ,an o4 t, 1 t thei g t lass, N. La. aa is r Ciot with pain. And whe to aor till the renin damp Were added vigL by the midnightap. Aoundant bardehipe after meagre foare f sleeop o'ear Itl, ad oher mullehef payero, The mek'. vomesn see med no eme yoke And burden lit of which the Mas ter epoke. He bore I wit impatience. Poor, unwise, He dowelt pos thein of esarifeeo And hfe oie ee In hlstroblod bheast Hisrong sul c da bltta er cy r rret.a ehbold" said he," the iiliee, hew thor growl Thaey toil not. spin not. yet Isonrea kmnow They aivGd ?lord, hloh Ho. psedo. receives, And them ie eay aervcnever grlves. "The angelso too, in their srlestal o epbte e To flageeltiotirrvns hate-.. bnor fteeats. noery coanats Tome t ir aerebbtte. Oit mQnt erGod with atter wreohess" An...

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. — 14 January 1872

Ugt St a:rnd Catholic Mesn rge -4F &S Y 3ra:T SUNDAT M0OXW . Q gu ssielo :r5WE agents oRl~lr testr °'ns.rr fw -.~ha (121 ..». ........ : a::::s 4eo s Ireets e brea Ne 0o J i. as W.T. Ssj >. "tear. ýascibrs .. he n the ctor co >nry 11- or " "om" m e ais o111lrke,1M . . e m.............. e r .ate . se Sogeona cavse assig tea M o psthicecsh paer om Ua' o o erill roee ates Vocbrg and Jackson, M iss. We eonamen r Roller to etse n Bas. o em hs jaeoe A1uTIasrxs s o .o N rasu b astn. The £*Bowi mot ssweret aollyeted i the ee Osam.ra.................0855,- · 4 I aat e y *.*ibon.. C n, is.ý? ..atmessees. t. os........ . 10a r ~ J...hlwi. 4-el Tme linmes.ewt o agats e the star. 4. LAJUvx; Fraklin. 1. D. STwrsa, corner Market and Twenty Second street, Galveston. . J. Z. Layzsnzoxxn, Laredo. T'o- "Oua: .SvmlscuIznas.-Those of out Seuberibers, either in the city or country twh o ct receive their papers regularly, -ars requested' to make their complaints iredB to te .. A note through 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. — 14 January 1872

MUriimn Star ad Othbolic Meismiliner. I3W W a . INUD" TARUAZX i; toLl. S r , swmt a assts. - msn axs. Deisleoa of St. Jets's Clu-e.-This slaemn and iapressive eremoney took plase last Sean day. The church at an early hour was demsly throsged. At a qarter past ten ranch No.4 of the Hibernian Benevolent and Mutual Aid Association, arrived. Delegations from the various other Branches acoompanied Branhob No. 4. Arrived at the ehorek the fiber niana took position in the middle, where e*ats had been provided for them. Two na brass biands were in attendance and during the pauses in tha service rendered with good effect some solemn airs. At ii o'clock, Bis Grace, the Most Rev. Arb. bishop Perebe, preceded b o theoolytieand the Rev. Victor Boudard, rons-bearerttered the Sanctuary. The Aspargs was theisiired by His Grace, the choir respondisg. 4ter the speryes had been-suug the procession moved down the middle aisle, issuing be.m the main door, and made the cirlel of the church on - the outsi...

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. — 14 January 1872

emiing Star and s Catholic e saW eaftsAs, sexIAYT. JANUR 4. lL uoza O ITREOUC I>R2ZLBiW Bordoes Ulsess of Arehbishop We are pained to. announce that t -s Sfrom whibch the fmt ARev. Arebbidiop Spalding a he guibring for the pet fortnight, has assumed a very serionu eiar actar, and that his Grace now Jiea danger oust ill at-te Arch~iepiecopa residence. His llness ega fist ith a bind cold. h bronchial menmbrane became iavolved, and the disease has assumned. an extremely oriti cal form. she viscid matter which aa ac enmulated upon the chest renders respira tion didlcult, and grave apprehensions are felt lest the lunge should become compro mised in the development of the disease. Our beloved prelate'a condition, during the past three or four days, has been oneof most intense and acute pain. His phylsi clans, Professors Smith apd Mcaherr , are assiduona in their attendance on their dis tiaguished patient, and all that medical sienece can accompliah torelieve lis auffer inga will be don...

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. — 14 January 1872

lrning Star and Cathlie Mesenger AUW ORLUAZ UNDa?. Uat7azY 14. rso. JUVENILE CO UMN. (Vea tes Yrong Cruader. THE OCEILDRE'S SAIL. Lsaoelndd I I then went up-stalrs the barn was searchbed nest, with as litde sooes. When I returned to the hejeT asked Will to look over the &hrm for them; but it wag a very warm day, and the farm was a large one, so Will did not want to. There was no fear of their' getting lost, he maid, and I was a little goose if I thought of It. " I it was in the city It would be difer ent, bat here, in the co ntry-oh, non sense !" and he laughed at the idea. But with all his wisdom, Will was mis taken. For a long time after leaIving as the hobildrew were amused With their boats, bat in saling them a new idea popped into Albert's bead, and of course he must tell it to Nellie. " Don't you know -that areat big tab in the barn, Nellie, the one that papa cleans the wool in. Well, I'rve got an idea that we might take that ever to the brook, and have a real sail." "Oh. ...

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. — 14 January 1872

Ewing : i gined C~igi~mIC Mwo sa Wr ameesgam o. sBaURRsrr, La., Jan. 1sat, 1 . UsM auIJtlaarn - Owing to " varlonf vleaittdes," I have failed, of ae, to qi sh yo141 promised montblyz-lit, tehr~tidl i itoes greet SBudbeet wisbhe ted new 55 I Jo5Si5 amd5 sad promptnes for the trtoh the many beastil, spirited nd .abla el bfnru the eagle peno o ordis 'qilll can ,osriT his) o Bev. Father Ryan, the loved Laureate Bard of our Sansy South, have left no room nor repliiag. for eplitolary matter. -Dear Fa ther Ina! bow we all love-on and long to aeeYou I know not a Soathern beart, prejulededor tbigoted Proteatant or infdel, that does not beat in grateful, feeling warmth toward you; I know nota Southern hand that would not grasp andfold to warmest welcome, the band of him who hbas sung so eadly, so sweetly and so well, the dirge of our loved, lost cause. There are hardy farmers, gray-haired, totterng fe there, -mourning mothers, weeplng widows and soeowing sisters in aLotevery home in our land,...

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. — 21 January 1872

/* . '. . ,. X1 .i . .. t / v., e.... . . ,m- . •  " " . . . . -w t1 "K .. .. .. .. . : sr ' / .... . . . .-" V-.p W. m .. hrrD 1 W VOU VNA..o .. >. w.w Tr. - .. T. eo . 's. Krr *· W"r T.. Josk o odarams Mr. Joan HamCCasVexMT.'I i ýI A . _T - ' + a ,. .1 .-c,ý ý r % i' rss earns-ge.. ass Cergeajelesweret - HOW BEAUTIFUL ARS THE' FE OF THEE THAT BRING GLAD TWIDIN 01 60"B THINOSt" VOLUIe IV. NEW ORLEANS; SUNDAY MORNING. JAI,-L .ILtalImrw Irning Star and Catholic Messenger: 5Aw onA s. SUR1DAT.' JAaJUAT si. ItS. 3? T 1A 35-5. -O . rea abs meemes far sad Oatshoil.Me6smesfnem A I.AUGH-AWD A'YOAN. as rmas a al. The teek tha down the Valley U. m iewley drtpe.s mtowed ses hel a bhlgtls As the lhstlagh from her Ups. Her fboes ven k the Lty. Her heawt wasu Ile a Roe . eor myes were lke a Heave Where the esalight alw'as glows. She trid the earth so lghtly ar feettushd not a then; ---er wedswea n the is lghtases Of a young lb' happy Morn. Aleag her laughte rippled The meledy of oey, She mdrk...

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. — 21 January 1872

XLLEN FITZGER! L - ,ank, ,,mrivcdr t . "; l eeý. . atsa n,.i evea arUiea~ beam1alr m nmered et- e the whSa he : ii .aulooked enulrln :l "Our little one , te amid 1 t9p hee ueek, "has geat.sav.sa befts mie. . mined tc-hte etoa $hat tle sl 'ii bn li r I wished to hir beetits A g thiS aesoemo.a~ut q I 4ýin rlh e lai t1oDoetro a teas -" l ltawoother wita 1 sbde Yet thsr w os mer.Ld e Into e1 tim -- -b ýtret tbron otna4i ! ro dMed aelto l S a ,, a ms. , tue.t m r eeo el le ledhl , -~11 ~. e eand w lli irerper yal Uwa ao youore an we a" na en an shoa e pu wh o sot thouhte this a edlitabi l oitrer the caum a and e village 1phyalclach eos alwea h.a this he theoteled m a b o no diotarb ao corpe hidhinter onthe aftra~ h s hohia-d ha, aying s pTea se was the calmly .poke he sarswas foil by young soldier, wbeado tbeDotor into the imou aet n touh the cial was te ooeto mch re ale the Ipnos" tho et.He w afair heedt Sh5a sorry n very sorry; be t in te ra ib thi We met be carel-ver careful; an...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 21 January 1872

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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. — 21 January 1872

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