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

n W I Catholic Messenger, Cll ~tr nr lllrd!M~brsazxols. carr~ arms~(.I~L·raeaseL-~~liS.~ ga Ptatt zVes. Monda oMa r-Jerauwfge' Are .- urlang the ýdIath of May thd devotion is honor of the leeied Virgin Mary take ilade every evening al? o'clock in the followinlg ordbr On enn day' Tuesdays and Thnrsdy lb Englibsh instrndthtin. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, d' Fre instruction. On Saturdays the Recitatioii dl the Beads. Each eveulfg the instrnctilon'lfibilowed by the Benedlotcon of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Cathedral.-The exdrclies for the month of 1ay will take place every evening at 7 o'clock. Father Milon will deliver a short disoonrz ; each evening, excepting Thursday, after which there will be Benediction of th6 Most BlessedI Sacrament. t St. Mary's (Archbisaop's).-Father Bourgeois will preach at thil church at G o'clock every evening excepting Thursday. Dlocesan Intelligence.-On the 15th nit. Arch bihebop Perche, accompanied by several priests, blessed the new hoburch at L...

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 May 1872

Neralig Star and Catholic messenger, 53w OZ IAs. SUDTWAT, MAY s. tan. Memorial Day in Mobilo. FLORAL IONORS TO OUR DEAD. Amid her many anniversaries and days of note, there is not one the dawn of which over Mobile awakes in the hearts of lux people feelings akin to those brought back by each recurring Memorial Das. With none of the excitement and anxious hum of preparation that ushers in our other holidays, the 26th of April finds every Mo. bilian prepared and waiting with a solemn pleasure in the work to do, tempered still with prideful sadness. For no one but feels in his inmost heart the high efficacy of the great sacrifice that each hero boy laid upon his country's altar; and as strong men and tender women bend over his lowly grave, to blend their offetings with those of little children-one and all confess tlhat it was better so:-"better that every soldier should have nt a handful of dnust in the land of his choice. A Name In song and story And Fame toshoot with Immortal voice D...

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 May 1872

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger, nanw OZLA. s. scana. MAY s. ea. WiT AD WID33.O What key is the hardest to tune t Don key. The joy of the dumb is always unapeak able. The chasm that awallowed up wit-Sar casm. Every young doctor gets on if he only baa patients. What grows bigger the more you con tract it Debt. Slander Is the revenge of a coward, and dissimulation his defence.. Undoubtedly genuine' spiritual manifes tations-delirum tremens. __ The man ainded "hhird up" who cpan not get credit for even good intentions. A Detroit picture dealer says the hardest work he has to do is to frame excusea. Teach your chlldren to help themselves , but not to what doesn't belong to them. Fashionable young ladies, like letters, require stamps, or the males reject them. A bean dressed out resembles the elna mon tree-the bark is of greater value than1 the body. . Hook, In describing a badly cooked din-t ner, said everything was sour except the i vinegar. I True conrage is cool and, calm. But c ...

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 May 1872

,mrning Star and Catholc Moessenger. mWW ORLEANS. SBNDAY, $Y 5. 157E. IDITOfAL AND OTHZE ITm.E . Gor. Hoffman has vetoed the new New York1 city hobarter. rinc William Frederick Henry, of the House of Nassau, is dead. Bishop Fessler, Secretary of the recent (Ecumenical Council, is dead. The greatest beer-drinking city on the face 1 of the earth is said to be Munich, in Bavaria. It is rumored that Bismarck has sent ma- I terial aid to Amadeus to the amnont of 10,000, 000 francs. More than live times the usual amount of grain has been sown this year in some parts of California. Seven days and seven nights will now serve1 to take one comfortably from Boston to Bant Francisco. The Rhine is now crossed by the pontoon bridges which connect Alsace with the Grand Dnchy of Baden. News has been received here of the founder ing of the American schooner Brooks, in longitude 63. All on board were lost. The island of Zanszibar was recently visited by a terrible hurricane. One hundred and fifty ves...

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. — 12 May 1872

0/. Morning Star and Catholioessenger 4 r ns 7ae /r"e oI a I.*orningStar andCatholic Weeeg (tora Orn... OaAkoeN lPbnU Obu.asn, sO Ko. 14 Osronddet atruet, bdwe Pty drou and Te roaL syne tr, . -TAs Monxxo San has been starte Swith the approval of the eclesiastlret TheD1reotoro thacompanyares authority of the Diocese, to supply am admitted want in New Orlean, ain is Most Rev. Archbishop N. J. PmhCae, Pretlsent. mainly devoted to the interests or th Joan Hxo. Ve Pnt. CatholoChurch. It will not iner Very ev. . RAMO, e President.politioe excelt herein they wltesrfr SRwith Catbolio rights, but will ezpa Very Rev. J. o. Mo .iqni in high ps, t to pev. T. J. Kuxr. persons or parties. Next to the spiritul ev T. J. rr, C.. rights of all men, it will peelall h. "Bev. H. GizmC , C. 88. R. JouN T. Gmanoxs. " JoaNx COCArnrr, pOI? i Mo t 4 oe. X Avsp A e>mmaaiestiemare to be addressed to the *. approve of the a d maga-1 -*adesetf Moratseresdsen, ood amed it to the Ch S ". J. AMcssuo, owfw O...

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 May 1872

erninx Star and Catholic Messenger. 3W eORLrANB. S1DAY, MAY 19 18't. NATURE'S NOBLEMAN. s JOesrP 1r. ratDOaoIASr. Althbongh be msay b an bumble person, with a frieze ooat on his baocir, yet the pulea tion of his heart might be just s bonorable as the bigbest aristocrat in this court, and te e cision of you, gentlemen, will, I trust, plnce ban in that position." -Edmwd Barke. Tell me not that he'ba poor man, That his dre is ooersr and bate, Tell me not his daily pittance is workman's scaetj fare. Tell me not his birth h-umble,- That his paroeonte is low, Is he honest in his action ? This is all I want to know. I bies word to be red on, hau his character no blame ? Then 1 care not whero hie birthplace, Or I care not whence he came. Weould he from en unjust action Turn away with scornful ee. Would he, than defraud anoher, Sooner on the eofrold die t Would he spend his hard gained eatnings On a brother in distress Would he succor the sfliCted. And the weak one's wrongs redress ? Then he...

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. — 12 May 1872

Wurning Star and Catholic Messenger. cIw OISLUAN, SNrDAY. MAY 1it. i7. THE PEARL- OF CAMPAN. One fine morning in utumn, I was rambling through the seclauded Valley of Campan, in the Pyreases accompanied by the excellent curate of the d strl with whom, in the course of my peregrinations, I had become acquainted and beneath whose hospitable roof I ha promised to spend the night. The scenery was wild and lovely beyond description I ant having expressed my admiratfon of it, I added a wish to know something about the inhabi tants. "They have hearts of gold and wills of iron," said my friend. "Many a toueaching azid noble instance of generosity and self-denial have I met with amongst them. And, for ex ample, look at this man approaching us." He was a fine-looking fellow, of about five or six and twenty, with a military air, and dressed in uniform. . The lower part of his face was -very handsome, and his dark sun burnt complexion suited well with the long mustaches. I could not see his eye...

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. — 12 May 1872

Moming Star and Catholic Messenger. gBLUSlzD EVERY SUNDAY MORlZIIX . ZY,. A. J. RYAN - - - EDITron-1-ClIEr. n aW RLEANS, SUNDAY, MAY IS. e7. TB PArsas BIET BY NAIL TO 011E ADDRESS. One Copy (one year) ....... ......$3 00 Five Copies ...... 1250 Ten Copes- " .................. 2 50 Twenty Copies " .................. 00 No orders will receive attention unless sa companied by the cash. Agents for the Star. OUI5SiANA. 8. LANAcx, Franklin. Ta. DUooAN, Baton Rouge. TRIAL J. D. SAwrEn, corner Market and Twenty Second streets, Galveston. J. Z. LAnrDECeER, Laredo. CAmJZ AR OF s WEEl k .mars... ,Yfa I--fi. wtin the Octave of the Aseasfios. Mislay.....May Sa Nlsreus. ablWsM. Doitlla. editorsuf -he M BAR iND citHO OTe y ... C;rMs 4-Of the Octave. i . w-i th ,o r to sd f Tee ,O avoe. y esi t... sle.lat- o of the .Tlon. jhy. o....wy ol- s-Ula ehl t auoPe , onfesoe. -All communications, whethe r on business or for publieation, ebuld be addressed to the editors of the MoRento S&ur AND CATH...

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. — 12 May 1872

Merning Star and Catholic Messenger. SaW OZ.LUA, IUUNIDT. MAY i1s ss. OTT I'lSLLta, z5. Cat3CM rTErms. Jiret C mmunaio-Jesits' CAhul --Thrsday last, the Feast of the Ascension, a very large number of persons assisted at the Church of the Immaculate Conception to witness the tm pregive ceremonyof the First Commuaion of the children. ' The Mass was celebrated by the Rev. Father Jourdan, who also addressed the hlildren a few appropriate werds on the peat ness of the act they were about to perm. One hundred and forty-seven boys and girls, who for several months postrhad been follow ing a course of catechetical instructions given by the Rev. Father Jourdan, Father- Hubert and Father Dufo, were permitted that morn ing for the irst time to approach the Commu lnonTable and rbeceilve the Bread of Angels. In the afternoon at half-past foere'clook these same children again assisted at Church to go through the cereqony of the Renovation of their Baptismal Viws, and of their Consecra tion to th...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 May 1872

Merning Star and Catholic Messengers W O aOrLa SunAY. MAY 1, I1 7B. Naew York. - At the mission church of the Redemptorist Fathers, St. Alphonsus, recently opened in New York, Bishop Lynch, of Charleston, confirmed 450 persons. More than three-fourths of those coafirmed were adults--most of these were me. A distinguished eoelesiastio present was as astonished. When told how this ~ese to pase be said: * This is what ou mean by a lissionary Church, is it i aow I understandl" Jtisaion by the Jesuit Fathers.-Hardly had the welcome respite of Holy Week been passed by the Jesuit Fathers, who hadjust closed the great Mission in Holy Innocents, New York, when the voice of seal for the salvation of souls called them to new labors. On Sunday, April 7th, the Mission was opened in the Church of St. Charles Borromeo, Philadelphia, by Rev. Fathers Damrren, Converse, Koopmans and i Driessen, 8. J., from Chicago. It lasted until the 17th April, and was blessed with the signal results of 5000 commun...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 May 1872

Merning Star and Catholic Messenivi I3w BLuZna5 StxNDAT. MAY is. Xets. The Oathlls hools is Claclanati.l The Very Rev. Dr. Vaughan, after"his isit to Cinelnnati, wrote the follow otter to the London ~ablet, of whiioh-pl r e is the proprietor. His letter'wll be ad with interest. I spent (he writes) - few days in Cinoin ati, Ohio. ThoU hthe object of my visit as not the itlion of schools, yet my atural intrest in the school" question in egland led me to make some inquiries as the system pursued by the Catholics in at city. The Archbishop and his clergy re what are called in this country " live en" on the subject of popular education. nd I suspect that there is no city in the nion in which Catholic education is on a ore satisfactory basis, or in which it has ugher diffiulties to encounter from out ide. I think we may learn more than one esson from the experience of the Catholic hbrch in America inr the matter of pop lar education. The public school-tax in incinnati for last year amoun...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 May 1872

Morn"ig Star and Catholic Messenger. INW ORLANS, SUINDAY. MAY 1t. 1872. DTIroEIAL AND OTER ITEMS. A city that soots people-Pittaburg. The upw fortifications of Strasbourg are to cost the Germans $35,000,000. A week ago it was freezing in Salt Lake City. ZNow the thermometer is 82 in the shade. Mr. Alcott says he calls a man practical who can make another see his own ignorance, Gov. Reed, of Florida, who was impeached by the Assembly, has been acquitted, and re eumed his office. The Fishkill mountains, opposite Newbury, are burning. Many million cords of wood are reported destroyed. Madras and the vicinity has been visited by a terrible cyclone, causing loss of life and a number of vessels. The Proriacial Correspondelee reports that the Pope declines to receive Prince IIohenlohe as ambassador from Germany. It is stated that Senator Trumbull has an nounced his willingtess to run for Governor of Illinois on the Greeley ticket. A terrible mortally rages among the dogs of Louisville. Th...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 May 1872

T ". M 4 7J / t . t with theapprow sae re . A xdbb iqhop N. J.suam Ca`. os i .d h w tige dint " ' athol o hurwi Jom Nuinan z.. Very Rev..&$leam ,~ ' iniqutyineeet highrm, i wit .-.uu very VI.A.V1~fu~. CahoicM~b pright of pa~ll eot il Rev. T. J. $SadrrE ~ Pijl·thiteapera-rigb.g: t a a .; . ·· 4-5 sia, .8 . JomR T.' 9=11om 70 e. JogxJýoOyma. - -AU a giylahieuear to be~eet wh We oupr Dovue. Hileel!o>INMreoi% ý otalking, and oomm.d S e h t9J. 3. Amcwasgpno.NwOums umob a` " 'i-ie Hg ~ mjt w~~OW BEAUTIFUL ARE THEE FEE:T OF THEE THAT SUlING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD 'THINGS 1" b D...g an is. ~ 'j ~ VOLUME ~.'T NEW ORLEANS, 8UNDAY MORNINIG, MAAY 19,lrf.____NUDR 1. ·- · .b~mn Star, and atholict Iw.sgraLUhERIRN 03. LZITZE 130x 3OZ333 IIt would, be .. .... ..._._I..advisable .te 4..:.. . _,. Irmning Stai and Catholic Iaesenger. rEw o LUa7m9N . L&T 15. iIea. Catholic MiUitaah 1. Oi the Cum-CsuaeI of Of tew ouesse. BULLZurI -New OazBaes, May 18, 187. The following nominations have been ma...

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. — 19 May 1872

Us.. gn:whee cheek, in whose eye, y eo _ of Ithe iving[ mob emasd bre b 1 mehea ehe and praed. Sthe e =A L t te ht othe brave e & ,uP lest io the depths of the ave. win cltued *ub hisoh a hl UPthe teep; I * wandered In eearh o hs .3 . eway like the graus which we tread. l lv"e t - e wo o r th e b n ed, e m mo lht ds they oven thoe we eheld. roa.W7 ee~ro old. S ise Ch rbh ern h aven beent d. . 00 1 etenlr asreeen; dlinkthe R!trssaia we s the same sun, ran theo earms onor oure satera have run. S thoughts we aor e think r fath ld in ryas inh ee rdeiatk.Eminlnu ' thet liee a» e didca They ecorned-buat tbheSfef tie inughty 1te d They grieved-bat -. wan fm their lumbem will Thee jyed-ut the sngue or their .glaednee is dumb. They ded ahi they dte.. We. thng that are now And make in their dwelling a1 weaeet de ]et the thinge that tin met on their plgrimge ea, heope nod deepondency, pleaure and pain, dre mtngled together in mnn i - nd; the dirge, sId the emile and the tear, a a m de...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 May 1872

de ier ofDi. many, Be*'ormed F*. ReS Snttin ear pu i 1 I ived the .t holy thie otar of fashion nbiehearted lady, .O or its sneers," pre t seOtoruet , her daughter, and her in te dehJld to raeive from the Catho -io. Chc not earthly hopor nor vain joyns, wbu at athe trious sn of salvathion on her brow, which neither time nor death • eaunfs, and which in eternity will rank bowsmpong those who have received, "the semi- f the Living God." It was impos sible to view witiout emotion three geoner tt. Ir at.the gate of the Sanotuary asking addlis on to the Church of God. The sdiamotber,r.whose fine countenance be tha peee which the world eannot re dad'ghter in the tender years of U3oheI and the helpless infant, too yot:lgto know the inestimable gift it was re g ll formed a picture well wor thy of the irtist's penil. The, tones of deep devotion responding to the various interrogaotns of- the ritual, sipeelally when aed, " What dot thau demand of the Qhurch of God " and the fervent re ano...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 May 1872

.XYAN -- Evrro-zx-COnzu . mams. asUDAt, XAT i. IPS% 8SET SY "MI SO O3 ADDRESS.I U 2250 y Co0s 4. o00 W~r ill n ve attention unless ac * "- tsh Star. ' Laxuvx, Franklin. SDUOaxa, BatoIs ouge. =J. D. S" corner Market and Twenty .Second treet Galveston.. 5. 5. LAYmDSCEERa, Lsredo. j OAIQ AZ OLTA WERE .. test ora Whit undauy. .ay54-MRbe ODay. . -mber Day. To OuR SuasRInzans. -Those of our dubacribers, either in the city or.country, A'o do not receive their papers regularly, ae requested to make their complaints .redt.:to us. A note through- the post alee, or a complaint made at this office, shill receive immediate attention. All communications, whether dn business or :er publication, should be addressed to the id-kess of the MoacR o STAR AnD eATHOLua Siaseroma, 124 Carondelet street. To Priests in the Country. Our Rev. Clergymen in the country have At in their power to aid us in greatly in sa sing the circulation of the STAR. In .4Iýtown or village throughout the South, :i.' wor4s ftbm...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 May 1872

Caunon rrMate. Appe($aMuaef a Nsw Pastor for 8t. t~leasr.s CAurcLd.- ite A large tongregatiop assembled at this e$useh last Sunday to witaess the gm-. monies attendant upon the oaeial aniacnoe meat oth appointment of a new pastor, apd to raIeNlis Grace, ArchbishopPerohe, whbo, it was generally understood, was to be-present. At 10 doliok His Grace, attended b Very Boy.ev G. aymond, V. G., Father Murpby, . J., Fatser-kshe, and several other priests: having entred the Saneotary, High Mass was com. senoed, Father Tobin being the celebrant, Fathios. r:ýorn .easphy otinlg as deacon After the Bra' ospel, His iris sedton the platform of the ig beconregatilon. After expr Elat~ .ui r at meeting the good people o a parih, he stated that, not li~lng to mae obhanges, and knowing that Eath eTbl11- 4 . akedwellin tJeir idst for some Mls . ho akointed that Rev. gentleman Pastor of t4, ;~harcb. He then spoke of the new-5e*i s) ieh, he was organizing in his di4oeaiL eCathiollo ffllitgjt Union,"-and...

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. — 19 May 1872

St and *M"" ** P*f en .a w,ýU suUID- . ]AY 7. 195 dBjE htANAGXL'S DILEMMA. SfItellu, child,rtl oran do it, and I say l The p es -ar 1ia t eh st hostess of a hotel in a one of paoiairl treatsof NIaplel;the tlme a"s tb.U--wto.l 12 The lady wddled y beak aatleqtlad  with an air of importanee, her baas op br hbips. The person she ad dressd .said apparently sixteen years of age, and ,ey Sa1 and stout for his years. His b bstdulI l and boyish features, combined with a sb |.ng bashfulnessin his depototent, did not tend to ospire confidence in any groat achievement to be expected of him. " But buena oni donna--" he began,.depre -tin ogly. ..... r' ersisted the bostess. aItqgrBenevro shall find you a treasure aand abi wel of his company! Such a com- t pany! The princess Is magnificent! Did not the Duke- of Ambal swear she was - i-awishbig in beauty as in acting, with eyes like diamonds, and a figure nmajestic as Juno u'" Superb!' exclaimed the lad. " Aud-su an a d mirable comic actor; a...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 May 1872

T.hei 5mtr forolders to live upon The biiher end-the last half inch of 4 8em pofle are positive jast in propor ,tiono~i uance. Mark that. 'bWirl =easiest way for.a bad rider to shor.w fmelf off? To get on a spirited horse. On' rweek das you buy music by the het - oSundSys you can have it by the choir tot-nothing. the :'woat-Sin of weather he bad over The edistot of the Middletown Jaf offers "to vaceinate frt su ers .to his paper, fort e ty Wbh its drunkard, hesitatting to sign the pledll, like a half-converted Hindoo !Be cauep hi is in doubt whether to give up the jug or nat. - Thep ma)' (bit the wind blows with snob force In Colorado, that when a man loses his hat he has to telegrasph to the next sta- i tionto have it stopped. .. We've heard of a secret which was so big that it required all the women in town to keep it, a:nd.. then they could not do so without the help of their husbands. A New Haven doctor quieted a clamor ous landlord by showing him a skeleton in a closet, and sa...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 May 1872

Stat and Catholuc Messengww -L A e hae a DAT MAer AT; armm in - ta SELaPS SggAr X MARSllYT. TI .NITTD STAT8. Ti-Towo-.-wThe Congresslonal Commit bue ti y appsOted to investigate affairs at an Odeahave luat.baded their printed th to the ridt; and he has had an th nity, for the irst time, of examining fo tIealty. Inme oenoe of this examina- me }," J. e has releMttdl he resIgnatlon of Mr. pe i4 Collector otf nstoms, at New Orleans. ric :aSm is depaftjr. HErwig. There isnothing 004 psetied to show that those gentlemen were to tnm hbonest and emoeient in the discharge of thi Idr duties as Customhouse officers, but .ýisubsg to the character of certain portions f be t~ slatimon , it was thought that a change an . thamea o ces might promote the general a ' . sbest of te public service. In the Senate granting the right of way through an, landot to the Louisville and Pengeola :x passed. In the lonse the fortifca- din passed. It aggregates two millions, le Inhludes the forts in Baltimore ha...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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