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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 28 June 1868

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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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 28 June 1868

NW ORLA NST. SUNIDAY, JUNE; m 18. Im the Cameillo world.] NEJMIE NET R E ONE OF THE; P an CHa To tLis propostion Nellie joyfhll as- Q seated, anda heled the way a rocky path winding westward tow the wi cliffs. Once or twice he tuined as iftb ve I her aid, butIteli skaind like sleYo rnid ya " frroeefskeatxtota, a in he, ihpen- tl dance; and, dnlthat, a l e als- a tance, he wet on in silence until they 1t reached a .point among the cl.is, high f enough to give them a fll sea view toward cc the west. ia The Atlantic l TSb en em, roling-in am its mightS volume ae. warters, and Is dashing tShem has the below with a tuhe and gth raa eaofa Isleepygiant It Nellie .had s peniniUseaa, that narrow a_ atlp ofwate. u, ae st~di1ch ýepra ted her own birth-l76thelr--l l betr kindred o blmtt ai:thty oeea, withi s Ia mhousand voieso wr l-a tp hfn the deep U eave es elo s mimrasnoig and whisper- a g sits t adetyof tints andlspeets, hi its lights anE'sdre, its clear grieen a da is asu4 _n "iW such a...

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. — 28 June 1868

EbBaIam STAR AID CairOLrIC M huErGM . NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY. JUNE 58, 1868. tIComanmtcated.l IS IS A Dmaax, Editor Morning Str sand Catholic Muescnger. Sir-For the past twenty years 1 have gloried in witehsing th charities and the exhibition of Christ"n gratitude displayed by my good fello*-cgttfrh as an acknowl- | edgmentoftohe bis gireeived from 1 , our Heavqly. Fter.. But, for the past ! two othree mopths, have been in a sortof I trance wbic I dannot tnderstan'd. Withia that time, urgent and repeated calls have 1 been made for fnads in aid of the necessities I of our Saviour's earthly viegent-te Pope ; but .wIe a few simple, poreple, who earn .uteeough for a h l ble livelihood, MPda ro and lars oftatthecost of reonaciomforts- t Slook in in for any a uate eipreon n of sympathy from that other, smaller cass b of CtP whom Providnce has favored f not o 'th the mpa~ urin the t col4 =.e tat jual.rtd. the the ý r¢ " yon., a It? The h of daisy h rea hlyoontrlbute* u .etien when n req ; ...

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. — 28 June 1868

r are e l 140 moo me uar Q age be on 1 to Smadras r s i TheM rc t f jiaP r re : n7s the .Vey ..v. A X i0. i e P am .r.i F.0 V. T. J. Mimi',Yýý u it_ Rev. J. PLaOa'z wUUT E to1 1 easm Vear. Ta ts er, s , to a as nosea to aatea rto te t or o! ster .W is th lkgent'or thison Trmse of oU esr Donllaep anm. manynest, the H omun r ttra will pe g all it emplOe an opportnity of ra.ibe ai e igl holiday ot he eaK o? t Isg. Jso. per sqOOL, QAebPOOlNe AVýnU the We tendt per our thnks to the iste on ducting th itittion for an invitatson tos the concluding exercises of their ptapDs, on to be repreeSnted on this interesting oslt ion, the roeeings of whh mee t to bames A.Greshamfor the July u hAr of this periodicae. A rapid glance ovett At* conmcets indieatke an unusual ouspe t ofa "ert~ nng ind leeful matter. Tlou pao intended to meet the ite bigene pof the jn a niors, few persons of-matur· e would, we YEW O ff.a' eSDLT,1 9U * s.m. _to think, e lin to kp any of arlwit Sasee nintý restng. FEAST or y...

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. — 28 June 1868

IEW ORLEnS. SUNDAY. JUNE ,, 1P"" Sur, ----- only. - The ianobo Mania. Geo This brilliant projeot has been urged with Pool r .uch real and pertinacity in St. isouis and The Louisville, and has obtained so favorable a The /earing in some quarters, that even one of ally o / our most respectable city cotemporaries has been aroused into dignifying it with a remor serious protest. Vollies of that sort might. Th be allowed to exhibit their own puerility ef ye) until an awakening sense of the rlidslelo s should hasten the return of reason., I'iw Trlail ever, charity shoule prompt af eSpoStl- nt tion for the sake o the victims, 41emselves" Thu it ought to be mde with an asr of psrentl eoi condnees sin, net of ill-conesaled ueissi-. yj ness. ". ' a If te enterprising Mobilians want Yis- G propose, to hapgadq ubtf med 4s aren s route, w hbe A br btahd dihMars ad a Ta dredjpgy oaehuU lae e OLeat a is j gek oe the river into the smne lake at plat some W TI tea tyo,twempy swiles below 4tb city....

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. — 28 June 1868

oNNxire ai AND Va.a @*nZI mM UM aa. RmEW OuRLANS. SUNDAY. J UNE a. IS6. ik 15nLLANOaw lBzI w Sin./ DuBLnr.---ir Arthur E. G tihease was of Dublin on the lst, .lt,@ without opposil The Freemaj&- of the "d ult. announces that Mr. A.' M.. Sullivan, editor of the Nation and Weecy News was- liberated on the previous day, on giving bail " to be of good behavior for two yeard." His secn rities were Aldermen Plunkett and Mr. C. F. Lombard, T.C., J.P. On his way throngh the city after beingliberated, Mr. Sullivau wherever recognized, was loudly cheered. The judges to go to thevarious circuit at the summer assizeq have already been assigned. The home circuit will go out frst--the judges being Keogh and 0 Brien. Those for' the Leinster circuit will be Barons Hughes aid' Deasy. Some friends'iffle late Mr. Willian Dar gan, at thihead of whom the Duke of Lein. ster have formed the idea of originating a testimonial td his memory, in the form of a gift to his widow. The Duke of Leinster hea...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 28 June 1868

NEW ORGLANE, SUNDAT. JUNn s5, tleU The victim of a coquette is the man she i The man lives forb aiselfalonelives I for a mean . It is leap to ,hdd a thousand ' pounds than a hole W"one'scoat.. The msurest y of a dupe is to let your victim think you his. If you wanu qoeiajes, excel o ; if you . want friends, let thers expel y Greeley hi tlurse s a one. I Prentice s Jacket .uht t. . a B tene seuibisietrs . Our Be" paren C ate themael0e bt pf oaio e usaid blo' SMany a -t they - not  p - "F teted prop because they Advice to young ladies--If .ye have taper ingers, mind you don't burn them. Make yourself an honest man and then you are sure there is one rascal lea is the( world. . " I didn't think you'd be so hard with I .me," .aa.he.fehsrk h a.. lt.henh.e. bt .th .1 apchor. :. The- greatest coward may avoid shaking in his shoe~ by wearing boots, or going bare- J footed. He who asks ulo questions at all is queer; uhat he who asks many questioas is tihe querist. In all matters, except a...

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. — 28 June 1868

aoam , tr. -M. 4Am-.w ... -.. .. . NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY, i JNE us. t18e t:oemmniuatedt] lI Dlnan OF TUa PAKI' -OF TRmII TaIaY •T"his i.l|o! the day of doom b'terein men from a tom UnLt judgmmt.at baul i-- .parc him. Lnord. who nleror trtl, :" Itay huad scarcely dawned, tlad faint t e. tie l ays of the raing sun as they eimterged . from the Easterhs clouds- just--then, low- - and solemn, dirge-like and mournful ats the voice of weeping, and as though they spoke .of severance and were heralding the flight 1 of an immortal soul to the l read judgment- I seat of the Most High, tang out the bells from the towers of the Church of Trinity. The pastor, ev. M. r. F"recke, some two or thrine hout anteriorly, had breathed the last sustaining breath that proclaims dist. Intion--had yielded up his life.to the God who had wisely iumpalrted it; and the do. lorols chimes that broke on the ap ePof1 dthose around, aho wese .wra ptt'/ etai brace of aimie death, amlbImIMl - to Ida rrownu congregation...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 July 1868

_uamlS sem-N. 1o40 mes eam. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE-THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" Terms-lo aor D I meirawm,Ina. VOLUME I. --NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1868. ' ItJWBER ii. 1>ýtw OR A*. 5UWMY. JDxY a. ie xTH DTrwe VOLUrPTUARY. rsunWar D BT E. C. iuNEDItc, geQ. I smoat obey, I may not setay The eenao lit oaalling. The lot ir , Death call at last. ty ainl hour' impending.' Farewell estate and hopes elate, All like a song are endiug- Thou glorious sun, my dy in done, BuIt thoU, thy journey keeIiug. Go on thy ay, great kin o ay . mst n death be sleel'tng. Night's pall is spread, the light is fled, Iry bark to fmrt is sweepnug. Thou moon serene with silver sheen. Yeplanets golden seeming. For my descendants beuaming. - The fate.' decree of death to mes Ie told by comete streaming. Three hundred times, three thousand timte,. Farewell thou worii defiling:; Unsteady thou and slippery now, Farewell with-all tbhy smiling. With falsehoods sweet and artful che...

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. — 5 July 1868

MORNINO STAR AND CATHOLIC m GEnasn. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY, JULY ,5. 065. [For the Morning Star:l CONSOLATION. BY LEONA LEE. lorve neem that lore me and tey" tda to he eartly morning watch forme ahalliuod .' . If we're list  aa Watcblug in ornin - Tbhitre'll , truth doth tell. I love them that love me!" What a greateroy can be To the eazewernmoreta t I ye seek me,/ye ahatl and Gitatie wes~l than diamond mine Atmrdbm p rt . Insutheeery morninS due., was d.fdi beyd the stise S at sthrme asntil I come s; Audyeel sueOlyE7aI me then. A.ad 1e1 t seesthgh erry glen la my hbsivmey hme. Niw Orc . i, .tJme'tI IS.L NELLIE NETTERVILLE; o0. ONE OF TILE TRANSPLANTED. Cnarma x. Early the next moriing Nellie found her self gliding ove tiehe waters of Clew Bay in 'bone of the nativeO gh of the eountry, under the prtetioof her host. He was captain and cre all in oe, and ase was his only passeger for it had been decided on theprevious evening that Lord Nitter vine was not in a lt state to endure 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. — 5 July 1868

3033mwG eAm AwND CATZOLIO 0u.Cmss. x OBLW REANS- =4"T-, ak) , 5s" W - iw eS. easmra SU l.JUmez. ' SDOXEEIC CATHOLIC INTat.T9OElRC. DIOCESE OF CiNCXATI.- .Theq 0Celpqlr of St. Bernard, Harrisonroa l" ive ~iiles fbro Cheviot, was lately'bleas_ by Archbishop Pu1cell. i yh r ,were thirty-alt .perSons confrmed. ýRM ,return to.theprt the Ardltii til the esmiaence. ofd Mr. Feidinand i Witte, two mhiles"this ueidl of Cheviot. .1,!! · D.loz _ocss o 1I ua.,rO-, lhday,the beautiful ehhtitI at' " I' e nh ' ning he eatnd l lcl e, on the "Divine OA o' Through Ohdrbh--" . ofwrkas :two were'en~ S, p onf.rped," three .de big ty-nine. KOCESE OF NEW gpRk .,-Tie Most Rev:. co t ear' 'Tueday,4ith 'ult., in the Ch .h-, ohnq the Evangelist, to three hud.r n; on. the 11th nit, in St. Josieph' cb, tosirx lpndired and fifty tive; ', ~mthe y4th nut.; in St. Paul's Chutch; fli rlim,, tlt hundred and fifty-twvo; nd on ithe 18th It., in St, Mary's (hurclh, Ydnkers, to twoh dred and sevenut-seven petewas . ...

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. — 5 July 1868

Legannl I I CATa ore MaOenD Th =duLrsoef o C res* t ° redue sr .EJ. A 7Yrusraram~t masrie . Ts.*tms lb... I·- ** ******* Ar.tl wRiiam rt t ce atest o ens U1r iquare. w. acd Ifaat . A eotono nTx s. u . mL.oab i thor. e toho * agent forbei -m. TwuhOss' Ca H.-m L n s et Sunay, the Most Rev. b Archbisop gave conlrms ion, at St. Theres Churh, to two huns l commenced at nine o'r~k, and we hebsri that all the ceremonies of the day wearne performed with the greatest solemnity an e appropriateness; des.cially the aid emusic oa is spoken of as superior to anything in that line ever before heard in this church. The = _--1j 1~zxZ'Nse.w. PAR8A mU13. ermon was preached by ev. Father . . Mur UnscRIITION FOR THE ONTIFICA L Ary.-eWe have forwarded this week a04 for the Ponti....ical army. ...........These eight tho and r.franichard Hia isent in currency this pdoaper at ineteen Antoniet. The o,Teu re . L. ays into authorizentd to act asdagent for this paper n Norbetween Louir silvena and Epapster ...

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. — 5 July 1868

am-DE u m eammW Wm , UW* ORLEAN8. SUNDAY. JULY 5. 1S . The Plo-Rio To-day. To all whom it may concern, greeting: If you don't want to go youbadlves, send the young folks, at any rate. We're speak ingof tire great pie-nio, the pic-nic which commences at-twelve o'clock to.day,-(Sat urday,) at the Oakland Course, and of the MeGlnin line of packets, which goers into execution, and, to a certain extent, into liquid-ation, at eleven o'clock, 'peelely, to-day, commenulng atthe MagnolIs bridge, New Basin. Not Don't sacrifice the hopes andjs of - -ma ws s thetr ii Mlaodwa g, in foer weekisY st, andtefr t $ ir letooas for m.ots ta oile * i tlq k listless isudlfremee or 'of i ,smal ' M Thos=big t og gltovepp ?esPmgl, as well as aerm , howk malh etua t is to go down two feet than up one! That ex emplary scrub race for mules, wherein the hindmost wins, to the great edifataion of those who seek the lowliest places! Those exciting, manly games! Those-eoollive-oak shades and cooler fee-emeamat Tho...

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. — 5 July 1868

NEW OI:LEANS, SJ TNDAY. JULY. 5,M .,- I p V'LAnEIL AND FERTILIZERS.Throw pla h ter o the owth of clover as 0 the leaves begin to develop, 51( on Lo a young growth as soon as it-gets into the peach e budded o the plum it will thrive O well and give good rops of fruit; and, t the. sameie tinie, to the tree more hardi- is ii tonidurie extreme dchages of teaspera c t-imot Ibeureportofthe des qgtof st ,L culture of ashing.,iJ. ]3 ondtgeh uh if has been on ab t hein twl eco hr the wheat regions of t St. His cheer ~tr nero srha vations there lead him othae-e onolesion that the an oner reua tomwdaleoeumn that recatioe iet of idet, 1,ri T so e as u t Y " course of im op t it purses, th ie e per to thirty " , to, . fourteen, and fuy ttr t rest this downwared fl " e lb diversify the crops more, a s the soil a chance to. reuperate while euppying a reater variety ge ro sf wihae bsor Gbeo --bthe et of the A rti oil f wanufactories is-of mo eh rane when used n as a top dressiemg for grass .lan...

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. — 5 July 1868

MORnNe Sr A lND w ATBOLTO M=UImsMen. NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. JULY a. IsaP. EIlCNLLAfETW US IIRU REW8. AiTmnzt.-The Belf st .iNto Star of a latedate saysthat Flather 6n, whose efforts durh tmothof epteiber,1867, to estab 'Del"s e "teniperence so ciety' k6wa thname of"Gi.od' Truce,': were to i ti M511ggf that , w ie6 e fe e tlaiti new .n the ascIiai , and o ro idsee Ut eeiad et herent atre ift ng tiies es to the W.ea rli te rtbit 'tlAe. aka c Tmh Iber tos thhid t;t un" first bl s: " ele atei nis kohnI Snea et i nterest eie. "Iai soferden iel ohef thatilm efirt wille bi detetfined Atnrd ,rlr op lu yde .utorwardhs clhis tsppor member'-to is said that J i D unbaeri The Irish hlf the ophot ýIpndl, the eo-nt anr may see a eodetrai t Liberal one of the representa tives Beltht. CArnW.s - a he ewonth9ltn churchtr of Ar aiie whille t he nooefitmn.eo stanB is on " canresoe sno udtey th e ~ate ' title of ,hhe Church of th 8ace e Thnew hnrcal uilt oh n tie ilteet the olde t is or a itcently situa...

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. — 5 July 1868

The editor and readers of the-MoRnwao fl TAB must permit-e to use the good old M delgnation of BouliYwhile JUdetailinY g the16. -,-----.-.------------------ ------II------ 0 Ic~P.mmur ] Paw g o w i n g e v e n t s t u m t yh -nmw- ~ . o u r called City of Jefferson, on ThursdaY, 2d oft iust. Ther is no denying that "Jefferson o City"s avery Prtt n$mne, but time ca o rife te wee. -was on never efface the deligh reminiscences -et evoked by the charming obrimwt ofrn- the 6 iloPyD in-thef mind5 of -ail -wholn- of former days, sought its sylvan shades and Are blooming j~tebb, (via the MagsipiWotIi- Io of buses or Carrolltona stom - train,'). on Wh quet Svda afternoons, to".i... ti to, the comis week. -I7was fo blaminded ene of thegon old times last --morn- the ing, whe, at six o'clock, I e foal street and Napoleon avense with the people on their way to attend m ass. of tie venerable o14 Bouligby Chu,-h, St.- ra b¶hens, where sthj ,ldra were to make red the firstcommunion. - vi. A descr...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 July 1868

J,.k a W IE,e.ooN, 140 Poydru' sreet "HOW-BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" , TO-row n nr lr  in  . VOLUME I. ".''NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 1Q, 1868. NIUIBER . "'" -- " ... . 7  .. . . .. "7 - --. . . . . . . . . 5508 8 AW aID CArTOLW MXUreWGE. NE OPJ4.1AIS, SItP4Y F.,qTLY I. 1s, 84 THE NEW PATS, D1 " BPElRZA "--LAD WILDE. We stand in the light of a dhwning day', With its glory crehatioh fushing; And the life-currents up fruom tlke miria'nium clay Through the world's great hoart are rusnii. While from peak to aerl of the spirit laud A voice unto voice is calling : The night is oaer, the day is aIt 1h:ulted, Anild the fetters of earth are falling. Yet, faces are pale witlh antystic fear. Of the strife ant th' trouble loomiug; And we feel that mighty changes mie near. Tho' the Lord delayeth his cmlting. For the rent flags hang from each iroken mast ; And down in the ocean surges. The shattered wreck of a funderding past, Sinks 'mid ...

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. — 12 July 1868

> m 19 nl AND CAOMa lan Wauaar . nW ORLEANS SUNDAY. JULY Is, lees. I From the Catholic World.] NELLIE NETTERVILLE; 0s. ONE OF THE TRANSPLANTED. onCHA TRM X. Happily unconsoious of the pestlby which her own life was so speedily to hbe placed in jeopardy, Nellie stood form few minutes 5-tertogerietwhers ,atchIng---.. I through the water, .and. speculating aux ionsly .enough upon the nature of the i summons which had been delivered to him a by Paudeen. In spite of his apparent cool ness there had been something in the way t in which he hadalmost forced her to leave t him-something in the haste with which he i had given her his last directions-some- v thing (if it must be confessed) in the very a fact of his having rushed off without even I1 a parting word or look, which made her v unspeet the danger to be -more real and im- t mediate than he wished her to suppose it. t' and now as she watched him bending to the oar, asif is very life depended on hisspeed, t' suspicion seemed all ...

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. — 12 July 1868

RonarOe Ir s AND cAmo-omaIInBeZ. N1W ORLEANS. SUNDAY. JULY 19. 1N9. lTAC AND RIS MTRN. - "Dear help us!" cried Jack's mother, dropping her smoothing-iron and looking at Jack with horror and disagust, " I have always tried to bear and believe with de cent resignation that I am made of dust. But to be told that Iam made of starch and suengar lime and phosphorus, and that I, a w respectable woman, go about with eight or nine pails of water in my composition is a little too much.. I' suppose you will say next that I am first cousin to the lime bucket and the match-box." " Don't know about that," retorted Jack, " but yeou are a member of a small family that be with the sun andenda with the rhisopods, interesting jellies, who eat with out a mouth and digest without a stomach. And, considered individually, you may be said to be a sort of'stove. Thb oils and starch of plants keep up the fire in your 1 blood, but coal would answer quite as well if it could be dissolved in the lulids of the ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 July 1868

X3OR=9G WAB aD sR AnoU C hmNo FUULIsHiD WSRELY Si The Directors of the Compny sret e The Meat Rev. Artclsheaoj.JM. mO L.e riresi ent. Very Rev. N. 3. rP5it0,, V. ., vice 'sident. Rev. T. J. Sais, C. )L Rev. . i. DUrrY, C. USI. r Rev. J. FLAXAOA lt. Hrer; StL.CYurr; Mr. et3. 1 MCOCANIWY. Treasurer; MIr. T. F'TZw"'L h, S6c rOtarj. a All communicatioa are to be addesed to the ore of Die Meonly Btar aned atmoic M&u-ercV. Terms of mbeZopton, Four ollar per annum. sn enpies Tea Cents . oer sae. Advertisements Insertedat tihe Sateof 1 50 per sqeo e r eght Sicesoid Nonpagrei. cuantitUtlng asuar. r 'rms nt ads Vertieuuaeets, having the run ofahe Tiper lest insertion, 51 50 persquare: each subsequentloser- p - lio 75 cents per .u5r. .- t c d Ar.verticemenlh inserya athe-nvimm, to be charged ast .aeeoh insertion. lar advertiser, who advertise largely, shll e a allowrl such discount from above hnaued transient rates as may be agreed upon; prooided, that in no asse shall snohd discoun...

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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