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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 July 1868

xoanirG ST A D CATHOLIC lam ara. 3EW OILEANS. SUNDAY, JULY Is, tIee. MEMOIL. AND LET fl OF JENNY C. WTirI DEL IAL. y her Mother, BlodA i. White. ton: Patrick DonahoekM 6. We h rarely read so touching a biog raph a that of Mrs. Del Bal. Endowed w- talents of the highest order, accom whiahed in sn--unusual degree, loved- by T- fds, almost-idored by relatives, she passed through her shoit career as a being belonging to another sphere. She died of yellow fever at Santiago, whose people had evidence of her worth and saintly sel/f denial. In her adopted country she took the liveliest interest, devoting her indom itable energies and an administrative ability rare among women, to reform and promote its material advancement. Churches, schools, the sick.- and- dying-all claimed and received a share other labors and sma pathies. When war desolatedthat"iunfoo tunate country, --dthe wounded of both parties were brought into Santiago, where no provision was made for their care or re ception, s...

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 July 1868

MagW rruz AND CATgoLI M essWB. NEW OBLEANS, SUNDAY. JULY I, 18s. 'WIT AND WIDM. The voices of the right-Those blessed .babies. From the cobwebs of idleness grow the chains of sloth. The only real safety matches, after all Rich marriages. Men often live long enough- tobecome strangers in this world. A man's life is too long when he outlives his character:and his health. The repentance that is delayed till old age is but too often arregret for the inability to commit more sins. As long as a' womian loves, she does nothing e A man has other matters to attend to in the intervals. people perform the greater part of:the I voyage of life before taking in their ballast; hence:so many shipwrecks.. No wonder a youth gets chafed when his whiskers are just beginning to grow, for even they are " down "upon him. There isniothing so true that the damps of error have not warped it; nothing so false that a spark of truth is not in it. The gas is reported to be so bad in a country town that the man w...

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 July 1868

nMaImS TANU AND CAarO dMnrwam. Wmw Orawa. 5UvDN ,TU JULY 1 iss. CARLOW.-T eDublin Fr says : In the address . Wm..Fan, of rkvlle, Cork, to th eleeto-s of the boroghhf Car low, he are emPhaticaand unequiv ocally full reius equa ty, Justice to the antry of the country and enti ed tional reform. LAnZ.-Rev. Timothy Breen,.the sane 'fled and beloved parish priest of Kilkee, died recently in Mallow, whither he had gone .frthe beneft of his health. CoRK.-Right RIev. Dr. Vaughan; Cath olio Bishop of Plymouth, recently conferred I the holy oraer of priesthood on Rev. Win. Dowling, ofermoy, eouty ork, The'Cork uaa srer says: Mr. Train dis coursed de osmfbus rebe at Blarney, on 1 Friday night, 5th ult. He surveyed man- f kind, womankind, and their manners in a 1 view extending not alone from China to 1 Pere, but from the Tudkis bath at Blarney to the White House at Washington-ofrom I the abstract philosophy of Baeon to the t concrete piquancy of eating your dinner I with chopsticks. The lectur...

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 July 1868

ORNO Vars rAn CATHOLIC NS3m NGN FEtW ORLEANS. I5UNDAY, JULY 12,1 _. t FOReIGN CATHOLIC INTrELLIGECE. Tih annual procession of the scholars d teachers of the Roman Catlholic seho. in Manchester took place on the 5th ul . Over sixty Catholic churhes vtI b closed in Poland by the Ruas n govern- F ment, and the persecution sti continuce. s. On the 15th ult. three y3rs have elapsed since the 11.present Arch iop of Westnli. e: ster was .oiseclrate(l the ro-('atltedral On the i;h ult. e Apostolic: Nuncio in }his coonfirred, e order of sub-deacon upon Mr. Reg aid de Selby, yoiuntgcr-son of Ctonmm 'tr de Selby. P Tile sis of M. Prevost Paradol has en-. it Ired t religious order of Notre Dame' t de i , of which the Abbe Ratisbonno is ei Sof the founders: - • h on the 7th nit., at the American College, ri ,tne, the rector, D)r. M'CloBky, was conse- a crated bishop by Cardinals Berardi and ilarnabo, Monsignore Marode also assisting. The Papal Blessing was-given-on the 7th. e nilt. in St. Geor...

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 July 1868

roua.t in.. e.-~. 140o o.dm s.Iet "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" ewrm--reelusrter IrAam,iahurae. VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1868. NUMBER t4. --- - - - - - - - - -- - - -- - - - - - - _ _ .A T ORNIRB TAlR A-oCATrOZIC JamrGZE. NEW OMLEANS. SUNDAY. JULY 19, 1868. LOVE'S STRATAGEM. BY JACQUELINE. I. "Love-life-what are ye ? slnce to love and live No surer record to our times can give." Achille de Beaumont was a young French physician, with a great many days of leis ure to be accounted for,-a title, a chateau, and innumerable fertile estates, to which, on the .death of his father, he would fall heir; yet strange to say, with all these golden temptations, added to a strikingly handsome person, he stood tliat wonder of wonders in this degenerate age, the un spoiled possessor of gifts that have driven thousands to their ruin. Endowed with that high sense of honor and chivalrous sense of duty to God, his country, and fel ...

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 July 1868

MONIN0 TAre AND CATHOLIC iUI3OHms. BR ORLEZANS. ND5 n. JULY is. 1t B LUCTUZE Or A. M. SUL.IVAn, M- ti A lecture was delivered in the Rotunda, ti Dublin, on Monday, 22d" ult., by Mr. Sulli- , van, which was largely attended.' As. this was his first public appearance sineh1~'left a' Kilmainham, he was vociferously cheered as he was introduced by Alderman McSwi nr. Sullivan said: - face to face with you once more, and not to ti though you have kindly and most generous- P ly responded, I desire to tell you that long ago, -wl en I had promised to deliver this s' -lecture, I little thought it could be classed a as anything more than an humble effort of " minetoward the traininguip of young Irish-, di men in the way they should go-as citiens And Irishmen. (Apelause.) Ciraumstanees w compel me to-night from a slight physical B nability to keep more closely to my notes A than I should otherwise have done. Thei- P terval between my last lecture (great ap plause) and the present has not 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. — 19 July 1868

NORImrO STAr AZD CATOLIUC MESSENEB. Er be NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY, JULY 19, 1869. DOMIETIC CATHOLIC IITELLIUNCE. tht DiocEsE or NATCnEZ.-TridWt for the po; Holy Father.-Venerable Brethren of the gri Clergy: DearlyBeloved of the Faithful, of re, the Diocese'o , a z ^- Bu Our Holy Father, Pope Pius IX has in- tin vited all his children throughout the world poi to unite in offering especial prayers for his wL assistance against the malice of his enemies. cot He wishes that everywhere there be pub- on] lie devotions for three successive days for ths that object. He grants a plenary indul- wh gence to those who assistat these devotions, i with proper dispositions, on all the three pre days, and during that time approach sis worthily to the sacraments of penance and we the Blessed Eucharist. He grants an indul- - gence of seven years and seven forty-days thi to those who, being duly contrite for their prt sins, attend the devotions any day of the una tridunm, praying, of course, for his welfa...

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 July 1868

OgUNING STAR AND CATHOU, ssR N8Gg R PUoULaI&UD WEgELT BT Nerw Orleans Catholic IJ'bit'l 05rmpan5t,25 at N'o. 14( Poydras stre.et, betoeel Camp and 6t. Oharls atreects. The Directors of t0he Ceompany are: The Sosat ev. Arlhbishoop J. nM ODLr, President. Very oev. . r. PtucIte, G. .; Vice Presidenrt. Rev. T. J. SOrLN, C. .U Rev. J. B. D:WT, C. 85. I; Rev. J. FLAtOAU;I M s. Rst CLOEEY; Mer. Jons MCCAFFIIEY. TreaMlrer; Mr. T. FezlLIAI, Secretary. All eon5m5lnieations are to be addressed to toe L.l. cors of The Morning Star and Catholic Mfeuengar. Tersm of subscription, Four Dollars per annum. Single copies Ten Cents. Advertisements insertedtlt the rate ofll 50 per square. eight lines, solid Nonpareill, constituting a square. Iransien adivertismenlot. having the run of the paper. first Insertion, $1 50 per sqtuare; each subsequent lnser. tlon. 5 cents per square. Adverttmenmeth inserted at intervals, to be charged as ne1w each insertion. Regular advertisers, who dvertise I gely, shal...

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 July 1868

MORNING STAR AND CATHOLIC M OSSNORG. NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY, JULY 19, 1868. REVIEW OF THE WIE.. IN TIIE UNION.-Promptly after his inau guration, Gov. Warmoth officially commu nicated to the General Commanding this District the ratification of the fourteenth amendment of the Constitution, by the Legislature. Immediately on the receipt of this communication, Gen. Buchanan issued an-order turning over the State to the civil authorities. " Military law no longer ex ists-the civil law is supreme." The course of the Commanding General, whilein power in this District, has elicited the hearty ap probation of our people. In this, his last order, he says : The Commanding General cannot sever the relations heretofore existing between the State and himself, without congratulat. ing the people upon an event which fully restores Louisiana to her former position among the other States of the Union, and to all her rights under the Constitution. a INAUC.GURATIOx.-On Monday, 13th inst. Gov. Warmoth 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. — 19 July 1868

ZOUNWýO STAR ADD CAH1OLI C ISNNGE W OgAND , SUNDAY, JULY 19. 1 M . WIT 3D WIDDOX. No.70 Keeps a Cork whisky is called light refreshment. Cream: The appropriation clause-A pick-pocket's made b, /ingersd.- C A Circulating 1MediumlnAn itinerant spir- JA( itualist. A rod in one's .yard is better than on one's back. HIl A love that is never reciprocated-A nou- l ralgic affection. Chicks Troubles are like babies-they grow AUi01 bigger by nursing. we s Whep is a farmer very maternal? When yourse he cradles his grain. Why is a doll like a jelly? Because it is M made with eyes in glas's. When is a man compelled to keep his E word? When no one will take it. A man carrying a bucket of mortar on his head must be a sub-lime character. Acde The man who was brought up standing (gratis must have worn out many shoes and boots. selet, As is a fable or a lay, so is life. It mat- cath ters not how long it has been acted, but any ot how well. promp According to the latest definition, a bach elor is a ma...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 July 1868

I MORING STAB AND CATnOLIC MESENoGER. NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY. JULY 19, 1868. aIS=OY OF IRELAND. John Mitchell has added a continuation to the Abbe MacGeogbegan's History of Ire land, which the Messrs. Sadlier have just published. No more capable person could have undertaken this work, and, therefore, we are assured that it will have, as it de -serves,-awide-elation.--As- a specimen we extract part of a chapter on the " Penal Days :" In May, 1709 Thomas, Earl of. Wharton, being then lord lieutenapt,-with Aadison, of the Spectator, as secretary, there was introduced into the House of Commons a " Bill to explain and amend an Act entitl an Act to prevent the further gr t of Popery." It was introduced by r. Ser geant Caulfield; was duly ttedto England by Wharton, w approved at once, and on its ret was - ed of course. Its inten chiey toose Sany loophole of e from the penalties of-former stat and g rd eer possible access by w" n ighi still at tain to iidpendenee or a quiet life. Some, for exam...

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 July 1868

mOINIUS ITAB L D gW ATHOLiC tP3Pm8 xEW OiLEANS, SUNDAY, JULY 19, 118. (From the Sasor of the South.] StT. JOHN V. KELLY, 0. e. . DIED OCTOBER 3, 1867. ma. Last Audtn when the were falling, C ther fever teod o t ing sThat ife had gaied arespi bri"ef One there a w steps we followed, W eiesthoa so roin ity e praye" Throhete h Ito ws ith ad mt..eetnes, Swhite borew as th oughts pure t mp th Hlslbriht a were virtUos own, lik His eet smbad Heavren's brightness,' fe Hisnloa votes an angels toe. Prieshood's dinity euwrspt him,' by A in a mantle mstranly whiite i In hias piee thog htPful m r u Changed their forms to thought of light Mancode wheit ith eh daod' eetness- pa; Heavenly Fe itw h worldl iorey oThose a an; with su ty alw ao Sanel he bo e theough btoyisht e speltinr wores of peace and rwildom, a Calming paseioe furious storm. Thence he taught us faith and meeknese-- ml Hiow thin-liet was but a day- Cih Morning's eat, and pain, and labor, Soon to evening's rest gave way. ha And he bor...

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. — 26 July 1868

• 1UiWM I.. 4  ! mse "HOW. IBEIAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEr TiATME ' 6LD TIDINGS OF GOOD THIWGSl" a. am,a.Amis. VOLUME .L .NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, JU Y 26,1868. NUMBER 25. gyro* -s ° . ,,We d&] NELLIIE NETTEVILLE; ONE OF .THE TRANSPANTED. caPrras Ir. When first O'More unfolded the cloak in. which he had brought Nellie safely through the flames, she lay so ,hite and still that, for one brief, terrible moment, he almost fancied she was dead. The fresh air, however, soon re vived her, and opening her eyes, filled with a lopk of terror which afterward haunted them for months, she fixed them upon Roger, and whispered nervously: "Where are the rest-the priest and all Where are they t" "They are with their God, I trust," he an aswered solemnly. At that awful momrentlie felt that he could say nothing but the truth, . terrible as he knew that truth must sound in the ears of the pale girl-beside him. His words, in fact, seemed-to cut through her like a knife and shefellupon her...

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. — 26 July 1868

,OWrNe STAR AND &TOLI 95 3. -LOVE'S STRATAGE BY JACQUELINE., " Faint heart w r la dy." -A week bas'paesed since Li conversation last recorded, sich, sons m dampini the ardor of r young 2 '_. Y mncry ie r ea . it. Eve ight found at the opera, in hopes again seeing his idol; every night did e retire to his rooms with his desire 1:;atifled. At length "Lucia" was an u,-nced, and he resolved if she was not te to see that gem, he would give up the pursuit in that quarter, and try some. other court to attain his wishes. SWien the night arrived--the seventh of his vigils-he' once more beheld her ! No longer room now for doubt as to his true feelings; if it was a mere fancy that had enthralled him before, that fancy has now merged into a depth of love beyond his reasoning powers to restrain. He is poet enough to have faith in that mystic union of hearts that needs no bonds to prove it heaven-born; he feels- it would be almost impious to question such evident though inexplicablQ aspirati...

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. — 26 July 1868

MONINlo STAR AND CATHOLIC MESUENGEO . NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. JULY 90, 108. MISCELLANEDOS IRIBS NEWS. CAnLow.-Hisa Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop, left'Dublin on the 25th ult., for Carlow, to. be present at the annual aca demic exercises in St. Patrick's Lay College, in which venerable institution he himself had been, in early years, a student, this being his first visit since his elevation to the high dignity of Prince of the Church. His Eminence, on his arrival at the railway station, was enthusiastically received by the assembled thousands, and-as-heentered his carriages acid drove beneath the arches of evergreens and flowers erected in his honor, the clogering was most vehement. CAVAN.--William Hague, Esq., has been unanimously appointed chairman of the commissioners of Cavan. *amuel M. Roberts, Esq., C. E., has been holding an inquiry at Belturbet in refer ence to flooding of lands in the neighbor hood, said to be caused by a milldam. CLARE.-The Tipperary Advocate an nounces ...

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. — 26 July 1868

aMunwse gfla s e un- -M m rumsa ms wmar.T Sr t orisa arotlb elle"_Ya .0 at squa I Th "Masi - Arebmai J _M. su, President. f+iery Sea. X. J. apm, v.(, vice President. ewi- T. J. SBrMT C. Xr Rev. J. n. Dvm, C. S B.i 3w." *. FL*JIaOA;-Mr. li-,? ,cCW55rT; ye'55T. 1TresMurj et3r. T. iL m.i _u.r An 5a5uis0 arn weo to be addressed . ts ýs ec peowur Derllrs per arnm ele agla oe Tea Coa,,. Adert.seMn insertedet terhteme of 1 0 per square, oiobII ksolld NenPMllU booutltutigl iure." auie, ai edvaertisemetd baiusth be aoe inpar, dat nsertin, ens s , p eare subsequent iser tie ees awee os ar re  , ArttoeL t isrL tedat itaedva, to a char ged as regisr aer ti sers, o advertise largely sheall be allowed osuch diseount efrom aho amed transient rates asymay be gyre d upen perovide, that in no cae shall SAll busliessnHotice o! dvertll ements to be charges 8 satnis net erline, each insertiem. Alladvertmetanot marked any pseoided number asertions, will be pnublished sixr times and chargsd All tra...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 July 1868

NEW ORLeANS SUNDAY. JaULY 9, isa . ]raw orsu]go r. NELLIZ NETrnvILL; or, One of the Transplaited.' A Tale of the Times of Cromwell in Ireland., New York: Cath olic Publication Society. 1868. This work has been before the public some time, and has received universal commendation. We have shown oar ap-. preeation by placing it before our readers as it appeared in the O(atlolic World. The period of Irish history in which Cromwell and his fanatical horde overran Ireland is one of the most distressing in her annals. Some time ago we gave extracts from "Prendergast's History of Ireland," rela tive to the savageism which characterized the reign of Cromwell and his ferocious lieutenants. Miss Cadell's pen has worked the incidents of these times into a story of absorbing interest, which increases with thrilling emotion as the narrative pro . gresses. We are indebted to the courtesy of Mr. Lawrence Kehoe, agent, New York, for a copy, and-advise all who can enjoy a tale free from the objecti...

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. — 26 July 1868

MORNING STAR AND CATHOLwIC E~BEN G. NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY, JULY 20, 1868. HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT. wVIhAT TO EAT.-Dr. Bellows, in. his t Philosophy of Eating," gives some inter esting particulars respecting the various articles whici chmpose the aliment o0 man. It will be seen that two articles, butter and sugar, which enter so largely into our diet, are not only unnecessary, while very expensive, but are absolutely injurious to the system inour climate. This is a deep-seated habit, not easily eradicated. .Bat reasonable people should yield to com petent, scienfifenauthority, We subjoin -a few paragraphs from this interesting work: In Boston, and probably in. all American cities, a large part of the expenses-of the table are for butter, superfine flour,and sugar, neither of which contains enough of the muscle or brain-feeding element to sustain life for fifty days, as has been -proved with flour, while butter and sugar would not sustain life a single month without other food. As far ...

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. — 26 July 1868

NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY, JULY 96. 1888. WIT AND WISDOM. The cattle-plague-Flies. Men of Feeling-PicPlqo ets. A standing dish in. Utah-A spare rib. Ca ital punishment-Being smothered with kises. Can' a lady who composes madeuic be called a bar- " " A "Free Agent."-One who goes off with his employer's money. " You are very pressing~ as the filberts said to the nut-crackers. Do not all you a; i believe not all you hear ; tell not all you know. What comes nextto an.oyster. The shell, to be usure. A hard case that. An Illinois girl, who had lost her speech, has had fortyoffers of marriage. "One bumper at pirting," as the man said when he iran against a post. The principal feature in the new style of bonnets is the height of the price. Interesting to .a youthful barrister. A maiden brief that is not a little girl. A man proves himself fit to go higher who shows that he is faithful where lie is. Never worry about what you cannot help; never worry about what you can help. A fly in.a man's butter...

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. — 26 July 1868

me.me ATU AzN CAOLum I m mlEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY. JULY 36, lsU. 11or the Morning Starz. sLAN DUN. ar lsOnMA .. 3m a c'tain lovely garden. Bca beds of iowers grew.. om velvet rose to anowy ud. PIro k to violet biun; reared their lofty heads Above their blooming mate. A1e easthane blssekms 0laemones Idt nes - ethe do man gatea: Bwss slmmer miled upon the spot, And Winter in his rai Threw os h iaccyo mietmw With maey a mboat; And slnd torly ';il welr rare, duty. Then like thegd entle senow-ake, He drifted Ear away, and left the lovely garden To sprlkg-times golden sway; But on a y velvet bank, Amid te vioets white. A. weed sprangup and bloomed With bills of sparkling light. The beauteous blossoms w nelomed It In gentle tones of Joy, and guarded It from c gilli c gaes, ei s all thit oeuld destroy: Aonwd tin ide irte illiant balls. m A t na otperf sapra nd. It ed o'er an the flowers. nd manr droofo and died. But still it so o'er the earth And breathed on everty ide; Grayheaded sires faiel...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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