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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 21 January 1872

Maige r a Catho Mestenger ar . m.r_.u hlMseeless is s.i .fas'h Cmak-The Misele now being given by the Fathers of the Congeu gaticaon the Mileson, in the Church of . 1ohn the U plie,-s prenaotie or at ames frutitl result. Thousands look tq th elichrs morning and aight; to peolt by tier ga-* and tsig uIstretion of the Rev. PFathes. Theb efesioeals are besieged from Avee o'lih n the morning until ten at naght, b i tents seehis, reeonoliatiba with" an f fende , through the mlnlatrstion of those truly es e and holy misalaes. It must be a urce oe deepest satiactio to Fa ther oyanibua to mess a harvest s abead eat gleaned by a of. men so uanieresally admired fl r their selfp-e piety and.learu ing The elese n. St.. m's will lose on Sunday, tha 98ht' Inst. mad devoted Pathes will poise to other elds lo he city whertheir .ecrts will be no les succeseoot The servies re-bald a.'the bollowlg boars: Mases every maoing at 5 and 8 doelok, tol lowed Immedietely by instruootion. Sermons every ev...

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. — 21 January 1872

a a .esons e4t**gl * r - -u . mom._ dadr oCoe therh to. 3a1. nIat r o hr sy that ts th ~P e Arktat Sa llnta e, la0aimes  l hundred hoo wr teobse eeted in 17e r The ebp loWiid i e too use i dad, Colrado, bhaf way 1etwe'idýual s Sand Sanla Fe, sad reports the ssbhol af our aners of t h . asquite prosye ur Aeotbi Spnewebn eoo.ti as tehynu Id uat we to chronile some slioh Improvemen his a py sines the 'faith Chl ar oftill d r his aNew ior ooery,end i is now pod that Ors moe be spawed to hist. e, ov b Hiso odition, ntvertheledea, critical, o and gr of ani tm will a ontiRue tell nuae monw decided change for t he the has yet taken plrace. Bu ne. t the Church of t. ame. at New York, osed by the Co fi he tlnn' rb op YOwas ibs d asg ohsyu. . omwing toihe leftyand enobling obhaA ter of its temes, as will as to its extreme cercity, the epic will e er oscp tne e-ea of poetl if not oevenof umen gradise. Ceetaries before Oa t . i.h.dom e preduced the oS ee'uaive maseIaead sand ras perentof a s...

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. — 21 January 1872

-wI- ( Sr adu- Cetilia Mmesengei a agih >a z Maurumar et. 15 The"bump of dest netveness"-A rail What burni to keep a secret. sall wax, tO bgriaS D .w . etel elevatorm, they give r s Tsman " was. Ijuradbyabsn*$. rappl reas Les rovering.al anK,. -h w Jwn-rse e ow san ho-a son Iow ws·eillfa U t ! w if o a se sr selpese ikea moths ots . rýl- byt heesa. its. a idala Why .lea good hujibia like doughi Dena-ys kgewyt" Why, it is beemase a womasa se dim. - . - A on whios has traveled tbrnugh ies. Jerseyaras hew a osm lad thoreare poo thatyn dldn't isle a disttrbeeqa it. "Puasles d notd ook as thon hi y.T -mado.elrs.rss seLa eo-tres- - a ialdl her detain a ree ateAd wr ehe will a tI have Saint Oasq "Wetdoe dmat look liket :asked far me# r.,. oldin set his- brawy bad. T*o l plgive Am.s, "loch. as though you wsr eute seiap." "Whai .o Mopeeto take for your coldd, a ay to eanesng gentleman 09 O,1 M sUitweyebpeap. I weo't higgle -about tnte piie. at onf.f why he pihpi oheais a more exempl...

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. — 21 January 1872

Weinf Star and Catholic Messenger. MIW ORLeANS. BSND BNY..JANU'IA1Y 21, 1871. r~rther Nugent's American Expriences. Wl'hat struck him.in America was tihe po -meio that the hiilh Catholics held. They w" e3 -everywheri at the top of the tree seot down in the gutter of society. lie 6und this iv the various States lie went iaste. First of all in Canada-in Montreal hs. weut to the largest shoe factory, whet're z county (Cava an1n1 emlployed over 3110 'lands. That man told him (Father Nu e..t) that when heo entered Montreal lie had just half a dollar (two shillings) in his puwckt, and now his warehouse was as ass any they would see in North John sin~t or Water street. lie (the speaker) went to Toronto, and he found a grocery atore kept by an Irishman, and it would give them an idea when he said that from Jhat, door (here Father Nugent pointed to tue entrance door) right down to Scotland read, was about the distance to which these stores extended. Ilo had built them him #iht. There were...

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. — 28 January 1872

He.1. Rev. T; 1.vý Mlr. Jo r.. J Mr. OM U..' .7 - All cm ' ~ ~ ---. EItoTSf-~ ,Mt, titI :" HOW DEAUTI I. AR T'r IERT n rR ! . _L I ray t_ _ + rr!a+'p`x I ý ý +..ý . r i \ý YI C i"1L ý. IýY13 't ' 1'ýý ý iý `Fz`y 'ý Y''}" 'frning Ksw oar IFor the he cry wq From a da rbe waves Not a light The Lasts 1see wild frees Leatte Ite cry £oatee erover tWh" tbe billows Outbef Oak And th Leos Walled Not the a In the a,1 And the Ikere Q',Ao 8 - wazdthe -' sDE ON' 0o whale behol tion poor, and yo many a<ý a bi East, an have these by h Tb Woe of .ise the the' mC saow 't. ter babe,y that ae Dad etl now at or with D Seven - dauntl and the hatifal ~ -young lttt J R 'Ion - dtsr the inspira a can of th Aeldh der-olopd, a rhld It is ~ awe hie nlme and f7se ? t-heso eloud-piereing SW sand fPr between, nde ome to him, . ttwh a pricee Al blood bad been drawn oa s of rne gloriton MEsdmeksown to be a patri he was .a trator! Pure, o t e,_be.was held to t'';m ftioPuu and disloyal th1ere. ad were spol b a sh...

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 January 1872

` i di ns ae arginst her a e1me..more to a ir • ' to . of a t lo w h Smomen "P s f dorrotten: h s i n up w thm , &- he ex- andt '.'d h a t his n-beee eale~e a to redern yar o s eest me the nam aoowad, d flat s hera, --r M fyour oure .eark m . eh woruld samer OF Weuld " t·ill' " E l ed Owe, C atherine -Bet gIt t oe re-tell me--in the fatul re ,o: g u~p with l itadbhlSaen8 d be augh an i I A te- I togt that this d o ,---, yand now thint the ha ld doe rine ir - b yr t e longer tfee and ked o ie +l~iira I st~on, the wor ed chie mre It #w ap' itf hfaed bade him ate mr p - a.i ,.ea st g l ur . -n bek.dthe a m I e hseaid, anham fetalthe i-s kaeenely th e - to hey teorible word ts .f Stb c r ime-anhod I sr, . ea, f r-l-ih fr ..t e "_,id-' lt.te o at wknowl misha te d e n 'at to retainetd y reami ,.mr le The aset metenme ef cowrd ip wutheey, a 31r . lst -truervest be tloli s .ndnewthat wheyi had donetei g mý rr th badoge tmaynd reeed w H . .. ,hi --e dsie her a u · .4icad O i. . 'bI'...

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 January 1872

s them a i osenat o o th eB tbarn -for the i Ress eing for "ath teas s ofn at the had fll "value - certanly attend again d. as ev. Father ctesd from a missionary *ttle town of Minden, , situatedon Bayou Dossc aeee, t of Wlter par , a laab, . a' of ia'agation" t Imk.istehi6,f ina very high water. This l ltew ngnqembert about 1200 inhab itmats, anedoes .quite a business, shipping every seasn aeo average of 60,000 bales of cotton. Threr are not more than twenty Ave or thirty of its inhabitants Cathelic, bat Father jre. thinking them sufficient both in fer and numbers to form a nu elaus for C -congregation, with that sacer dotal seal that knows no waning, turned himself to' the task of aaising means to purchase groipds and a building for a church. Success crowned his efforts; dur ing the short stay of two days there, he obtained a sufficient sum, in subscriptions and in aes, to purchase a beautiful lot of ground 40 by 1: feet, fronting on the main street ofAhoe town, and having a build...

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 January 1872

6...... * m......... MGM Twe......a«.. * SNm. Us 10 m ~-4 31 O a wr..M. ' 4N a om.Um.3du r Newwffwseg . Jena. tm A . sad wasns J.D. 8*SAw rm Market and Twenty= Beoond strneto, Galveston. J. Z. LT U am sea . Le d do. a*C~pso -~a NmeNW OaL~h ri s.&Ordiemtiom . On Thursday, 25th Inst,, at 7 f. w., the Most $e7. Archbishop conferred the holy order of }-deoensmhip on the Roev. Bruno )Matin Vldebs, of the diocese of Havana, and belong -g to the Congregation of the Missions, and J.Y. Edward Selle, of the dioceae of Westmin h.inid hbelonging to the Congregation of Ad On the next- day (Friday) at the s$ hoer, the same young gentlemen, to ater with Freath ertk Romeo, C. M., of theo ~dlges o e dio of ad the Rev John umasbelo Ali George Foots and Jeremiah Moyalham, Sto th Co gre tion of Nw Orleans, were ordained dhiase; and atturday mornidg, at the same b5 latho same Church of St l Mary, the Rev. aie Sellsith, Frederiok Romeo and Cyprian., o -_r.i C. M.,.f the diooese of Havana, were ImLo...

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. — 28 January 1872

'1p lr l* alo as he ot thate tho wel the dbh apasstorof e ps imin d the S:ide ok, his parishioners ,atek l thanke in having -i--i y gt iees eof theseiHe oislon gswe& !. 1si'oiasdi i dele.- His Grace, "-X-v. roek bhepoP,emroI admiaterts the *ro ti oearglma theIn St. Francis' Church, or econd and St. David trets, to-dayo, at 10 o'elk. His Grace will dlivar the .sies n the ieoeoselon. C wti raL-Next -;iday, February 2d, the Pldp of the Pridfoation, the blessing of thean .ca-.di will taelp beo before the eight o'clock I Ma ..Thoermcny will be performed by the $8. hal's ChDi-Thil evening, at 6 o'clock, . the Bev. P. Bourgeoi, the diatingdished t D=enla.ea, whrbee eloquent and instructie merhese havl resulted in so much good, will I preach at Ane's Church. A coleoteon for the  phiase iio, taken up afer the sermon. St. Aaa C bWe is on St. Philip street, be- n tweem r maa n4 Prier streets, and oan' be rea-- d either by the car of the Orleanas r _sti--. ntogod te those of Canal...

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. — 28 January 1872

t~~ or sers.ý5` -- «llm ~of~his ,H eeiv .wags fte * Is ave - ee Holy S1t} that everything ws s-ble, ad to soothe Sisk from time to te event' has said by to be ippvlitable. I was born of reaspdltable pa of tmePrebyterlsn denomination town . The mind of the fte Prelate, m i earliest years, was of a medita the and ascetic biaes, and led him in early hood to examine with that logical sh~ oot he oloses whic was risn distiative p toe evidences of the Christano reliaion. The result was the convicston of Catoi terth. Grace was added to the other gifts ovmbver,1d ahscibo i t Holy Ghostm Philadelphia tdo Bd-time, the peownpby. The mind of the Altr of Chris to akem his earliofessiont yearof, wath in the Onedita tive anod aeeooJebis, and led him in early anod to ezain ane with thaut logicale magesw his wadies in th e humanities ai videnes ofat the Chrisollege at Bards-n. tow result was the portalson of scthool with an enviable reputation among his teachers and flows tor sterling character, ast...

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. — 28 January 1872

ra~t L.ftK y Ii ,: i'- . -y.4S All Ir 'I "wrol,ý tarte toe del esrig to ?'E-D ý' 4 yu a top ..n. on i a gle Of dw; d, *961081 one, ..~ We i .' onus NOWbbr "wciaUr a to h bot at.~ y~o by I *' youru &a to 03 a gae, n ed Msa j ewemtlo ort." goyo Bl tothet bona-n ahf-wlttedflow ,,qt. words *Ithout prMa rahed his head a et pina' t Dat Wt Yon - t tomehod le £mid .dse~ aLor ýss'lrloo Qrp s i resolvd to try the bUuian a pions mo the result of her 1 maedui . in the totl-1 as tot sbf~ '; I sw se Weu.Iaesomat. I -II aasn w tokeep tlshabby atbl t waa winter, ad oa day Dick ST wh o t e. e w bathe ewhtip ast.pt to. ba tohis e ai tha st l, lVie.n'e9Ater a A * tnt er asr it melted and went _ Theb¶ tsek'Ve*r t for alime; znst untl at moi w, he let r t, until at most rnsted ovoer y it... powgan to ache, < I"taoesto tes mubled, his , "teth and his whole frame ve pa leaf. At last the to anvel. and, stopping She exelanmed, aIt too 46" Wu US p, 5DC h5 r lsbeg e would have remained here ls t ý t...

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. — 28 January 1872

au ' t crlB asalsation of It-hiren ~r whose wat etablished, Si tagodlother or oesakn chibldren. It ,to youe about the Fatlsria are eooom in o ch earnsesl eo-op and his clergy ;:aro a d without show. i·i che~ 1 dsy is occupied * ~ ,A bniPng the day.by a < te baughters of mercy the " So of .. Assn of the Blessed colored., the last of Sot--easqt, is the te " Boba Mors," to i c *iemLber of the congre ur tsers, I hope, will yeoxmounication, but I ,oe midst live ,asay who wiUt.hbeappy ep'P ar of their old isends SIitthi e, of nuch talked of and aesbalsillied4 f. la of St. Ignatius, of t- tbee wbshos, beti is to save, their e e ianknind, partleularly `'hqtl they have instructed in for,, t a word, the Jesuits. 'eomm fsatiouprove rstisfac endeavor to give you another me other issue." SUNDAY. ,-To s ox.-Aye, be kind to i. s b~ever felt the bitter glnter, who have never though dreay winter with chatter. t limb palsied with cold, who prayed for the sweet forgetfdl e fa eep, to shut out for...

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. — 4 February 1872

, A. t , * BRJN~iA TIDNGSOF GOOD TBINGSP' IR.FEBRUARY 4,-8T ýr .4; 41 A St -t'- ~ · SCouyeruioa in Worth Carotin,- ow o 1. Boa. Elo J. De wI Aotna arMae inA ... JUIo aru.ne.. iTo ere flalxernulat~ig 4 T e Jews. - and led hem forLh. .e t n en t forth" b n rlteg . in y', crcat, a o.. o _e,if on of Jesus .nd sus in the # ,+"': " (Joa'b h-d sabbtanhep of the jroMs was ederipion of wood, the partiuJlar ilother ah, -cedar, fir, or pine, be4 theo isatewal, is anopen t mtjounid quivering of the f ftýhIy,8imagn ed that S minfle. An M.ltaon's l4; where.with tl'aa nd Israel Sliolomon's cr pal S^to answer I Queen of c at al- rJ we! as alaý I''1 tl W -~ap 6of t 4aa, nd al Thae saintly bishop, Macarina, suggested that, in sucnecession, the crosses should be applied to a sick person, who was restosed to bealtheat the touch of the third eross. Relying on this proof, the Empress en shrined on the spot a part of th6 sacred treasure. Another portion was sent to her son, Constantine, who deposited it...

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. — 4 February 1872

N - b b i words of --1bfh'a eum with ire o f thfs adanews, my isgalres r1m to onole the tre~mbling .w .s.axte_ inmplored Jkt~ Polt6o drew nea e and waited with ,te leat wor hat concerned he tenderlv ny a log aday, elan befr an to year lot. He too- .tre tth ad looak rtndbometon, it happened 4ad truth, even to the speak  nein te t Ieager -, olathe~r fet he S , wat of hie Stile , with bitter tone thou dite hone and all Pol . Only gasp fe-rom r Sbore tn he honslon Shis own home, where  o life once moe, shelp Slii hands clapi atg her w ae ; Itsrin Mee De 1QaetWr t~hl mad na, my ieestbow make othat I h l.,~,~~i l ame ar ofer: hee bot een, e' affeeionate ose als f t 4 ski uot alone, for rtuntPolly. i wrrybeen her mistress room the for" wealtrying to coneole the and eeeing that'Mr. * ý wee not w theim, lhe S ew towards e , trembling with aziety and implored A1 at Polth@ti -tbo, drew near aid waited with .r badslapread wide open to catch. aas It wre, the lost weit that concerned her tende...

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. — 4 February 1872

i u.igaes r. . Pa., of which the vwn Keenen is is e'w I should a rilook to their 1 l hr?,~.Cherub was n 1' at siesof arrisburg, #. in as o. Brant's ntosbol nd convent -l .8st 'tof Mercy. For t he purchase was 1 i lterations were on tthe bishop. io s puedgo the 28th of e pomi. The bishop _glergy were present: Cathedral at Wheeling, I of A most interesting 1 ias of the Circumcision. ii , on that day, gary ters of st. Joseph to ot a received the vows of one t. t'sami time delivering a most M m tisgre on the religious life. p Sister Mary. Anna, I AIM Commodore Ballis, U. b i - Oh the morning of the t e the bishops conferred Holy Or- F z :1E: Mn.Mjsy, of this diooese. A W'k i w ;iL U s -The following we clip Rttl. efienad Missionary: "Gone oT ~me-O -Sadadsy, Dec. 24, 181, an member of the R~eformed Church Sto Rome. This lat' "pervert" be- i ld: o-the 4ongregation at Zwlngli,' wax At he time of his conflirmation, a s be bid fair to become a good S be of tshe Church.. in `adie .eipgaes...

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. — 4 February 1872

u sIP on n..et ............... r ...iuee r mwsata A.l ..-aNt L...W .... , 4.we .......I as .o. eso ee s pas wo s a O as tru. BAd orer M1per e quanre MTseh "s Scndty~flvolpeaeS alowed on th above J. E. Int stsbe , -ateeo. 'eit MP a j.....F. e isa  n HaS ,flday ...Fo-. t.- Adrew Corini. Coaem or andwoBo 6turay.. .ý.ý OS "se13olal s. 1i2 0 0 a Aeamt fAor tahe tsr. U. L1Ž&vx, Franklin. o. Ut Sanw o~ eorner Mearket and ~wrents Sconh d a reeat, a sve ton. J. Z;-Lt Pmowaaea, LauAdo. C..wDa. ex on ccou BoKaSELaLER, 124 CeIP- ie WrILL UsPLn t AT SHORTES Tholvc, y LL OrDERS 1orn BOOKS, STAT ON Rn aID Da OTIO. L GOOD OF EVERY KaIND. Confto - be aitCite. REO,]ULA7IONS FOR LENT. During l ent we allow tne use of flaih mea on a ml 4 A eatloept Wdneedays and Fridays, the EubeiPA)Aeno4 Holy Thursday. The law of abstaingy from flesh meot is binding on 'll who are not exempt by reaon of badbhealtk o neeesity-even on ohildren, froe the agt of seven years; and parents oom mita mortld sin every ...

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. — 4 February 1872

h. g , .rlBi~ i .e.'q, lgf.re..Eei. Father Selle, ..who sed a few days ago by bIsho ,il celebrate bi fIrat Mass the . Chpreh to-al, at 9 o'cl.ek* v. a!'at 0 ly, of St. Loas, will preach the oa-jipi ' 8t. a A eni sv4ca.-Next Sunday, at High ass, the " . Fatbrers Hayde, Hennessey, malNanaing will commenee a mission at this Church. On that day we will publish the order es, eZerelses. The sissioe will continue two wels. St. Mncis'' are.~ Theo onagregation of St. ICbukhl Che e leadeehip of their ed pas 'te,tila Fathfr Simon, turned e 4a last Saday to meet his Grace, the tJ B4PPe erhbe. - Preceded by a hs lfý padi cersproceeded some -Websl k g ePp Ch'urch to welcome the ven Ip ' s ttipesoi him to the Chbrch. ved athi Chuab hisOrace was welcomed .Father Simon in aew -gracerul words as w: a; Weiednee m , lord, welcome In Z esag e a*rtive a most worthy S4heApo=stas. In you, we Consider auth , o StB. .Matthew or ,8t.~tamee. e are grastail to you .beoadse your Grace ed thl parish. -was-...

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. — 4 February 1872

I i 'itr ad Catholc Messegper 3WI' , mstwuxahS. NDAZZT9D AZT e. tais. - lux 3OUIAL Hao , La., Jan. 24, 1872. sUer 3emrits star I have, like your learned correspondsel of Shreveport~ failed to ftrntsh you wit my mon thlr y ltter, owli to divers occupa tions which have eussan ed my attention up to the present and which will also a thislletter toe short. Wishing the may readers of the STAn a most happy new year,. I purpose to contribute with more regularity in future;" though, as Aloysiussays, bthe many beautiful, spirit ed and able articles from the eagle pen of Rev. Father Ryan, the loved Laureate Bard of our Suony South, have left no room nor repinings for epistolary matter. It is with a sense of both pleasure and gratification that we are able to announce to our many city friends the completion of Morgan's "Honma Branch Road;" a line extending from Terrebonne Station to Houma, a distance of fourteen miles. -A wharf has been built, and a magnificent depot is in course of erection. ...

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. — 4 February 1872

letting star * : Why' ie your, ehambermanid iits "tM ' She eturnre to. dust everyy d ilomt ":. n a, what did you en:er-, .ha, etpe ai det a Water A"2 e Yoint , , i , ,,. . t o o ne w t n th e oiabbler -der. A Mr. B , ooe y a gr abdge: re for never knew you trouto e spnort uWnder a water lite entmit to a ilandsome youngt n ld lady told her son to stchew the door in order to kiatt the wind. hat be frightll ake ithen forse hnevereplied; or you to pay ind a few dys after arrge, "you were "Arhonest enough to tell meoms that the ltchimneyd a smoked, bat why didn't yo. tell me that olie gentleman remto a handsome your schin order to keout the wind.of Three was pwilrot knlife do we the wind bloweth wherof One " ise has." "James," said a young wifeto her lina been mutied owhy didfourteen months.ell e that A gentleman remarks :"I, in our verbially trying, how much harder in after life do we find the Rule of One T" ie has. A mathematician of note is calculating the chanceseor a repetition of ...

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. — 4 February 1872

i old B :bs onc Uane ~leety rai nr asit f.l s " vvrtgb with a mantieof smow Gd 1W w rich was visible yeoter wk ' er is stlll cold, with Jdi Da e fair weatler which preceded tibhisd ino winter, the platers th few exceptions, had on operations for another pp. owever, to get to work was not 'ý O r~ ~here is not aufcient labor, Sthere is is so exacting that it is lmoat impossible to effect any equitable agreemen with it. Some of our plahters -ne paying $22 per month ani rations, be osiuis privileges of half of each Saturda eiad towork and team to work It with' Aý. to this house-rent and. fael,.and. the 'Plei.i low prieespf sugar, to say nothing ot4bismany other troubles existing in our State, had you can tell without consulting as Oel, wit wats the sugar planting -ateget of ier section. y of or readers may think this a bI butt it is far from t. The condition of L .iag planting interest of Louisiana I s , rind an be eaved from a general ,seish-Up only by a large yield this coming -eeiiO...

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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