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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 March 1872

CIT IUUI.IOZNCZ. CHURCH rriMs. The Cathedral.-At 10 o'clock to-day Arch ishop Perche will celebrate Pontifical High at the Cathedral. Father Milon will de iver the closing sermon of the series which he been preaching during Lent. After Mass is Grace will give the Papal Benediction, to which is attached a pleieary indulgence to all who are properly prepared. Collections foer te 8emisary.-The faithful should bear in mind that the collections in all he churches to-day are for the support of the piocesaU Seminary. As this is one of the most nportant works in which the laity can assist, t behooves each one to contribute to the sllest extent of his means. crr IT iTas. A Greatly 'eded Improreient.-The Catho its of this Diooese will be pleased to learn hat our good Archbishop has authorized the Rev. Patrick Allen to solicit subscriptions for the purpose of painting St. Patrick's Church, bad of erecting a new presbytery. and that the Ley. Father has already taken steps towards the accomplss...

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. — 31 March 1872

V W o uO 1A JI5. D r. , !A RKCH s3 . ies5. Alleluia ! Allelui"a! Allelutia "Christ our Passover is sacrificed, and He risetb from the dead to die no mdr.al Death no more shall have dominion over` a Him. If He had not risen our Faith were t vain. But He has really risen, and shown ( Himself alive to His disciples by many ar gaments, speaking to them of the Kingdom ( of God." Therefore let us sing Allelnias to our ii God who sitteth upon the throne, to the Lamb that was slain for our sins, the true t Paschal Lamb by whose precious blood our b souls are sprinkled, and preserved from theo a destroying angel. o This is the great Paschal Solemnity for a which the entire Lent wtb but a prepara- t, tion. This is the glorious sun of Christian v festivals around which the others revolve. This is the Festival of festivals, the Soled- te city of solemnities, the Glory of the years, y the Ornament of the months, the Splendor a of the days, the Beauty of the hours. "This is the day which the Lord...

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. — 31 March 1872

Mnn Star nd Catholice Mesengr. Raw ORLUAN. S UNDAT. MARCH 31. 101.L wiT AmD WuoLx. The most usefal things in the long run-. Breath. The most disagreeable of all short stops -BRailway collisions. Wild oats are said to be the only crop that grows by gas light. When is a literary man like a vegetable ? When he is a commentator. Never bave a wooden leg made of-oak, because oak is apt to produce a-corn. Why is Melpomene street like a slate t Because you can mark-it on either side. The end of one of G. F. Train's orations is said to be like an eating-house, because it's a rest-to-rant. A sickly river.-" The'Ohio," say a cor respondent, " is a sickly strean." "Yes," replies an American paper, "it is confined to its bed." What air does a young mouse sing to the old mouse when bitting his way through the scenery at the opera T "Hear me gnaw, ms." (Norma.) A person who is a great Sabbatarian and who enjoys an airing along the seas ore, says he loves too see the sea calm on Sun day, he so disl...

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. — 31 March 1872

Uerninl Star-and Catholic Messenger. 3aWs 0LA5 SUn AY. MACHN at. taw. coS] lasm TALKxxT Ix ExtGLaD.-To a late On ,ember of the tliverpool Weej l Adlio we Dr. I 1at thefollowing from its ,London corre- Cthg gpgndent: h 0, eco-t ,the p The Bishop of Peterborough, who made tat sadh an oratorical reputation for himself Archi during the debates on the Irish Church cent Bill, slotutely defeated a legislative effort Char of Lord Shaftesbury, by the cogent humor follo, f a speech addressed to a heae which, up ted p ~o the time the right rev. prelate rse late was ready to give the bill a second reading. ms In pungent sarcasm and logicalt declana- o tionDr. )lsge is a matech for the whole of ~t thbe rest of the episcopal bench united. who, The Archbishop of Canterbnry- was no- the a where" after him, an4, as the 'ake of Riehmond said, the most reverend prelate who failed altogether to meet some of the beat tells p.oints raised by his Lordship of Peter- Just, "borough. The grandfather of the B...

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. — 7 April 1872

f MC MorningStar anCathollo Messenger n---- f" !orning Star and Catholic Wessenger PUDLUHUD WUELT 3T rhe ewOrieese OaWlSte Publ caton bbampny, at T m. Mom rio Br aa bes tart ed No. 121 Cewddent street. between PoydtEa wnd Tea poase Lo~~eyettet aire~d 0 pproval of the scclesiaticai Lafayette sirees. authority of the Diocese, to supply a maint devoted to the intereast of the wTheDirectors of the companyars: m od to Most Rev. Arbchbishop N. J. PRnCE. To-prevent all al, ;Preai lent. Very Rev. G. RAMoNd, the permanency of the undertaking, it h Tory Rev. J. MOYNIAN. b aint stock bompn , the satl :tl of which is on hn tbrm Rev. T. J. KENNY. do whin iu thousand s _ev. '. Sur. dolars each. Mr. JoHN T. GIBBons. M r. J o HN HcE A PER S O .4Ef oY ,to s . . We approve of the aforeid an taking, and commend it to the Catholics AU oomutnicationsare to be addressed to the of and common Editenofl·orsfAeYr BasrandYstho(uc~esenegr. tor NJw OaHawas. Demeaser 12,1069. faetatien OCe.-No 154 Carondelet est...

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 April 1872

Mrning Star and Catholic Messenger. EW BOBLANS. SUNIDAT, APRIL 6. 1115. For the Morning Star and Catholic Mesmenger MY DARLING. ' O'er lapse of time and change of scone. The weary waste that lies between Thyself ad me, my soul I lean."-Whittier. Many a loneg, long year bas died, my darling. lae ea the splendor of the westera skies We eased together In life's daisy lesson, Wha hope was laughlg to youear basl eyes. And through those weary, weary years I've lingered. And gased npon the sunsets all slone r And, somehow, they're not brilliant now, my darling. Net whats they were In happy days agone. When 'naeth the tall catalpsa trees we loltered, (The year was in It. spring and we in ours)., And yen would build up glorions airy eastles. TYo, whoe bright pathway was bestrewn with eowers. And music now has not iach thriliing sweetnea As when yousang for me in days of yore eormsa lamentinlgs. grandly melancholy. Or the wild walling, of " 11 Trovatore." Nel all is changed around me. Care an...

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 April 1872

(1 frning Star and Catholic Messenger saw oan0s3A, UaDATr. APRIL s. 1571. DOuLTm0 Awa LDO IWTZLUUZeUNC. Another Li eBFtsid.-Bev. Father Wal worth, of this city corrects a gross mis take in regard to fls type of Catholicity in the following communication to ti4 Boston Isvestligator: ST. MARY's CHURncA. Albany, March 17, 1872, Mlr. Editor-A friend has sent me youi issue of last Wednesday (March 13), i which I find an article headed, "A Spil Letter from a Catholio Priest," with tbih editorial comment. - " FATrma WAI.worn Dacumue INFALLIuIL rr.-Mr. Walwortb, aman Cathollo priesi of some years standing, written asetter in which he says be must lne believing in the infallibility of the Pope. He says:" Then follows the letter, th signature not being given. As I am the oii priest of the name of Walworth in te ited States, I am obviously the person inte d by your remarks, and the supposed author of the letter. Sr, your editorial does me great injuostice. You mistake me for an other man. I ne...

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 April 1872

Wmning Star and Catholic Messenger. PaLSaEDa sEVERY SWDAT MORNINGO. Nzv. A. J. RYAN - - - EDITOR-IN-CIEF. S ORLZANS. SUNDAY. APRIL 7. 187. OUR CLUB RAME ovar caar mass FOR PAPERS BSENT iT MAIL TO ONE ADDRESS. nseC.. py (one year).............-...$ 300 FiveCope " .................. 1250 Ten Cop ............. 2250 Twenty Copi. " Noorders will receive attention unless ac companied by the cash. - Agents for the Star. LOLISUIAA. S. LAxaux, Franklin. Tim. DUGGAN, Baton Rouge. Eszas. J. D. SAWYER, corner Market and Twenty Second streets, Galveaton. J. Z. LATENDECKER, Laredo. CALENrDAR OF THE WEEK tar of the Church. aaisay...... Apr. 7-Low Sunday. Tesgday.. .Apr. -I. Marry of Cleephas, Sister of NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Ora'ca Monxxxo BTaR AND) CATueLad the B. V. May MWdasy..Apr., 1 r4 CSrodelet a treet Thursday.. New Orlean, April and Do12. A eetp of the Stocholders of theChurch. ClrBOLIc Ponarcbrrox Coxi-Axr will be riheld at this ofoApr, a t. Victorloc Martyr.n EVENISaturday.., Apri 13-5t...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 7 April 1872

g Star and Catholic Messenger. IwOBLEUANS, SUNDAT. APRIL 7, 1615. . + CITY INTRLUUZNCZ. CHURCI IrEMS.. St. Patrick'se CArch.-To-day, at High Mass, the-Right-Rev-Dr.-Conroy, Bishop of Albany, N. Y., will oficiate, and Rev. Father Quinn, of the same dioceae will preach. CITY ITEMS. Fair for St. fincent de Par's Chre-.-The good Father Foltier has been compelled to held a Fair, in the Hall adjoining his church, that the great expense incurred in bluilding the magnificent temple of St. Vincent's might be liquidated. The tables are elegantly decorated and "groaning under good things." In a con spicnons place we noticed the "Hibernia Table," under the direction of Mrs. Walshb, assisted by Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Tiffets. A splendid silver signal-lamp, surmounted by a golden Neptune, is to be 'oted for at this table by the firemen of the Third District. The in habitants of the "Third" have now an oppor tunity of testifying their appreciation of our Fire Department by casting their votes for o...

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 April 1872

Miorning Star and Catholic messenger. -- r W ORLEANLS. UNXDAY. APRIL 6. 1e79. LarSN FROM 33 3s. TIHE POPE. Boxa, Marc]a 9.-The health of the Holy Father continues wonderfully good. On BSunday he receive"t collective deputation from the parishioners of St. Andrea delle Fratte and St. Bernardo alle Terne. The vast Sala- Ducale was completely filled, when the Pope entered, attended by sel Cardinals and was received with enthusi astic applause. The address presentedto His Holiness alludes to the grief felt by his faithful subjects in common with himself at the misfortunes of their unhappy city, which, "from being the queen and mistresa of the nations," has become, "In the un merited humiliation of is Pontiff and King an opprobrioum" to the whole world. His Holiness replied in the following terms: -"-Yoa also are come to increase the conso lation of your Sovereign, tile Vicar of Jesus Christ. You have also heard the mourning voice of the Church which, see ing evils maultiplied by the act...

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 April 1872

Morninh Star and Catholic Messenger, m3W OBLUAJI. SUNDAT. APRIL 6. 161. WW A£D WIDOW. Long division-separation for life. Give s chi'4.a bat and most likely it'll bawl. Why is old age like a dog's tail Becanuse it is in-firm. Why is milk like the treadmill ? Becanuse it strengthens the calres. Why isa kisse like a ramor I Because it goes from one month to the other. Why is our Government like a crowded graveyard Because digalmost anywhere and corruption turns ap. Persons should dress to suit their figures. A bhump back lady, for instance, ouglht to rear a camel's hair shawl. Why are persons with short memories Ik'e politicians in office I Because they are always for-getting everything. -The greatest delicacy of the season-Mfr. Roebuck at a dinner given by Lord Brougham is reported to have eaten his own word,. - A medical student says he has never been iblo to discover the bone of contention,and desires to know whether it is not situated very neas the jaw-bone. In Boston a poor man wh...

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. — 7 April 1872

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger, Waw oRLEmas, swEar . AParL 1. Jan. ast. Patrieks apy in Tadsa. AKCJI5BUBOP aMtANNN. Every year the Irish of the metropolis are beoing moreana oreself rsspeetlngni edinmspeot, of their inthelir celebration dte fes tiva o tbhertron Saint. To dte nfoueoe of the Clb clergy this bappy state of things is due, and in the still greater degree to command. iag infduence of the ArchbishopWisest and best of spiritual fathers. Dr. Mabaing availed himself of the day so dear'to the hearts of the Irish, wherever they dwelsto exhbibit his sympathy for the most numet one and most eathusiastlo portion of his fock, by preaching at St. Patrick's Church, Sobs. This is one of the oldest Catholic Churches in London. I shabould correct mya self, and say, the oldest salnce the days of the " Reformation ;" for bthe Abbey, one of the most magnificent of Christian struct ures in this country, is impressed with the majesty of its Catholic origin. Thia St. Vatrick's is plain a...

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 April 1872

Morning Star andCathollo Messenger ruLman Wm r a i M"orningSiarandC-hollobg It-eew Oreens Oetholio ?ubNsation outpeay, at No. 124 Carendet street, befw.e JP o ndrde aand yetu. with the approva, of the ale -"tho~ty of the Dioee, too h TheDirectors of the Companyare= admitted wa nt te Oaett Most Rev. Archbishop N. J. Psoaua, aUala rly otedo the e a o su VPre idens. Catholle Chuaeh. Very Rev; G. RAOB1o Vice Preiddent. To prevent al tlre, adtte 4g Yery Rev. . . Mox x. the permaneny of the prery •e. t.w ol whih Is one =ndm Nev. T. Ji Emxr. baed on ajointftotot cOUpad t Btev. T. J: ;Smr. tai of w dhlln, In AG dre a orv. Joh T.' -ssen .  olla each. Mr. Joh, McCarrMY. de, Mr. Josx Htrasox.. - ;~ an eusmaloetlsenam to be*ddese.ed to the p the ae.s e . of ourDloosee. 1 Oer-e-*.,emngysrsemdots.Ht•e t Js.. o Ma o oAan os eHOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM TEA ,IIIG GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD lEGS I" VOLUME V. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 14, m -. M,. . NUWe ORLIAN. T A L 4, p t. to add ...

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 April 1872

*eminK Stmr and 'Cathioic -M,,enger. RLW oX.A . SmUDAY. APBIL 7. ISn7. trom tbe OCathLolc World.] ELINOR'S TRIAL. "I do think John Lloyd is very weak in giving in to his wife somnehf To think now of his letting her send Elinor to a convent school! Such a risk for a Protestant! Ten chances to one that Elinor comes back a Papist. And then her reasons are so absurd, that Protestant boarding-schools uonltivate too much of fully and fashion, etc. I have no patience with Elizabeth. If she were a athollc herself, there might be some excuse for her wanting her daughter ednoated among them, but, as she is, a Protestant, I think Protestant schools might serve her purpose." Thus speaks Mrs. Robert Lennox of her husband's sister. She is talking to her husband while they are going home from a fashionable church in New York. More gentle than his wife in the treatment of the question in hand is Mr. Lennox. " Well, I cannot say Elizabeth is so very far out of the ray. You know John's means are very...

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 April 1872

IM ning Star' and Catholic ,Messenger. _- -----------"~ 6aW OZLauAN. SUNDAY. APRIS. 7. 19a. The following beautifallesm was written by William CallenoBryant, when inblstwenty rst or twenty-seconud year. Though he is now in his wnveUty-eighth year, and has written many ezquisite poems, it is almost mnteraally admitted that he has never equalled, certalily never surpased, this youthful eibr. THANATOPSIS. Svmareios laguases Pa hs M er ýela She ha. a veos blaee. . sda mi..u. la* shi o hree dt w itoa Anda ges pe a ewit idabs away TaIr asabstorehe l laware. Owers iab and nall."l S h ae te sn To lasb t5e-irb d w wie ftome nre sound areaa er misea and thde depth of air et: 'd a few days, and thee The ail.bhllins and shll ms ae more. In l hi cearn. ier Set l the cold ground, where thy pea. form islald with rmanytea. Ntor Ia tohe rmee of ean. h ao e .... ri aip lk. m ianseda "ba ehsll claim Thioe Laa (ou5hada then gon A i To mix nthe evr ei ea a ( Toh abe atihe toia e PMel e tlo And to...

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. — 14 April 1872

Morning Star and CathoUc Messenger. P.vUa.D Y, RT SUVDAT MORIamG. Brv. A. J. RYAN - - - EPnTo-Ix-Casur. aI eroarAN. Ur$DA. APRIL 14. asm., Fon PAlrs SUnrr Yr aT n TO ONes ADDRESS. OneCop (one year)... ............ . 00 Five " .................. 19 60 Tea opi .................. s so TwentyCopim " .................. 40 00 No orders will reeiet attention unless ao companied by the cash. Agents fr tlerltar. S. LAxuAx, Franklin. Tun. DUoo x, Baton Rouge. J. D. 8AwrJa, corner Market and Twenty Second streets, Galveston. J. Z. LATrnDcIsK Laredo. CALPAS  r Wms WmE Iasisy...... Ap. le-Sseesdl adsy asler Nester. Miy ......Ap. Is-Of the eain. TsT ... .Ap. 2e-O- the Irll Wednei~.pr. l--8L Asietsts and Msrtw. Therv...rar. 15-Yervs Of ts eKissd t.amest. dew..'..-pr.,- ,v tass rafs: w...- . so-Ve3ie or te Iafenlats Cos. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Ornmc MORNING STAR AND CATHaoLz Mxasemoma, 124 Carondelet street, 1 New Orleans, April 6, 1872. A meeting 'f the Stockholders of the ) CATHOLIC PUBLIRA...

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. — 14 April 1872

ruing Star and Catholic Messenger. WW oarLwAm. SU' .\DA -1. APL 1r, u. citt t Me. . StepJWd few CAirek-rfPanrStions have I made for opening a Fair to-morrow (Mon- * y) evening in St. Stephen's ftalls estner of poison avenue and Chestnut street. The ir Is for the benefit of St. Stephen's new t arob, the walls of which are now thirty set I h, nearly half their intended height. That church promises to be a beautiful pn e e we I not nay, but leave it to each one to Judge it himself when he sees the nicely executed I painting of it exhibited at No. 95 Canald a, at Lillenthal's Jewelrytore. This ntisg, made at LillenthaiY gallery by bis i st, Mr. Tensfeld, will be out of the prises a the Fair. We have no doubt but that, as a rk of art, it well deserves the attention of ateurs. One other very attractive oliect in t Fair, for the mant friends of the late her Duncan, will be a represtation of hi m' an oil painting. Many have already ex the desire of securing it for themselves a trusting t...

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 April 1872

Mr*nig Star and CathoUc Mtessenger. 13W OLrANL. SURDAT, APRIL 7. 1et. 3DOMBlTM CASNOUna IW SZLI.rOB· . A OatAolie ChIrck iEn .RHnprfse, Miss. It has often been a subject of wonder that a town with the population of Enterprise has never had a Catholic Church ; and there isno doubt that our city has suffered commercially from this want, In the way of receiving additions to its population from members of that branch of the Chris tian churehb. We are highly gratified to learn that the prospect for the speedy completion of such a structure is now quitb favorable-indeed we may say, cer tain. The vacant lot-in West Enterprise at the corner of Bridge street and the main highway in that part of town-the site oTife old hotel building-bas been se cured. The Rev. Father L. Vally, pastor of the Meridian Catholic church, was in Enterprise on Wednesday last, in the in terest of the new church, and from him we were glad to learn that our citizens gener ally, of all denominations, expressed them se...

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. — 14 April 1872

erning and Catholic Messenger. WIT ANDbe Green Gages-Young lovers' vo Ii They advertise "invisible wigs" in ork.c "Absence makes the heart grow fonder" of some one else. When are rogues like old books I When co ey are bound over. he Stage Carpenters-Actors who saw the as ir and bore the audience. w Lay by a good store of patience, but be ar ure to put it where you can fld it. hi Tit for Tat.-It is beauty's privilege to El ill Time; and, in revenge, Time kills pi auty. - Bill: "Good morning, Jack; got any- as ing new 8" Jack: " Got the seu-ralgs hae rribly. o " We all owe something to our country," w id the Briton who went abroad without aving paid his income tax. h A friend asks, " Why are a fashionable d, oung lady's brains like speckled trout f ecause they love to sport under a water '.Salt" is the subject of the schoolboy'sa g test composition: " The salt is a spiee s hich spoels the potatoes if you forget to ut it on." a The man whom you saved from drown g, and the man who neve...

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 April 1872

reming Star and CatholIc Messenger. 3W SLZANS. SUNDAY, a"UL 1-. 1UM5. EDiTORIAL A d THAIl ITrM4. Gladstone has accepted an invitation to visit Ireland. War bas8een 'aeclared by Guatemala against Honduras and can Salvador. A million dollars in gold, according to the tigures at the mint, weighs just about two tons. Hydrate of Chloral has killed another man in.Chieago, Jacob Crane a well known lawyer. Rochefort, Grousset and Assi sailed from France on the 6th inst., for the penal colony eodew Caledonia. The volcano at Colima, Mexico, *'hich ha ibeen threatening for the past two years, is now in fall eruption. "My dear sir, I will pay you in time, and since time is money the longer you wait the surer you will be of your pay." The number of deaths in Philadelphia, for the week amount to 435, a decrease of ten ; smallpox deaths seventy-four, a decrease of eleven. Gen. Frank Cheatham, C. S. A., announces hlmselt a candidate for Governor of Tennessee on the Democratic ticket, subject to the...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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