ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenge... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,650 items from Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,650 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 1 September 1872

eagswn, r, aISniPatssw, UaV &MIPS DDT FAST IX U1 ICJ'. ple in this country are very fond'of Sthin oat. They have found out o make steam woak like -a horas. hey have foaa4 out how to send mes. by the wires thaIran along the side railway. ". there was anotheFthn-g people to. And out. They wasted'o And hat they call "The North-Wue Pass I will try to explain to you what the -West Passage ls. on look at the map of the world you gee two great pieces of water. One of tgalled the Atlantis and the other. the Ocean. Now, to get -from the o to the Paelfic, ships have to go South America by Cape Horn, or else Africa by the Capa oT Good Hope. as thought that a way might be made pa to sail along the extreme north of America and come out into the. Ocean. was called "The North-West Pass. It would be g short route, and would great many miles. t one lrave manr-and then another en to try. They found out a great straits and bays,. ad they named fter themselves. There is "Baftin's and "Hudson's Bay,...

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. — 1 September 1872

8 ane i reen corn i a t during the fq i s to liverpool by Atlastlo jome on the 26th. ap pa. red 1esof S'tppire is the s·tone met.a~ted r. btrothal I ring in Eastern oountris, its olor being em- 1 blen.,tic of fathfulsss. " bl'" Cho~t~e be* IppCrd in Lae voley*of" Casumere, and it- ruportod to be 'rging with Mr. Bt , it is stated, has beeb.retained for I the defence o .tPe Bishop of Clonfort at the baLwan Election trial. j. B. Jhuson, champion of England,.swam a mile reccutly, for a wage.o . £2), : in Q( ti.utes, the fattest titue on record. 'ires is the jmbor east-of the Kouotine in Utah continue td rage furtoosly and are very disastrous to the interests of the Territory. Fifty-to " pounds Qf Mowbray'n -tri-nitro glycerine threw out three thousand tons of limeetoc ot the Sing Sing quarry recently at o-Te cahort of 2500,·snlday sphool children gave a cou'ert on the 15th in the Cdlesium, Baeton, fur the benefit of the Kouse of the Aniel G andian. A pleau're barge on t.e on"neuu" ....

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. — 8 September 1872

.ITR NOW "rFAW ..i Lt a er Tn that tan admusk"ed the !sst off ?see at crmetion to ever fifty perst- AAeL estI p in affords pyefure that. no .wod es arn esee iite ow to sa that monsg the wnho were cmfir m- and A ad-e poticed two venerable old sole- orpo men, one - iettilsen this plaee'aodthb ri i other a plaster of ligh sotal standig, and "Each of two of oUn mest ditl.gishebd ladies, both enter thi converts to our Holy Mother the Church. part in_ i The ceremonies thrgetghont were admir- vantage, ably conducted. At nine o'elock solemn effort on High Mass was sung by tbe Rev. Fat.ar maintain Ponchan, of Chareeton. At the conclas will dare of Mass, Monseigneur was escorted to the -gether, church by the congregatlat, aad was re- Inhabit ceived -at the door -by our sealos oun or pastor, the Rev. Father arnale, whe, log mined n few eloquent words, eprSttsed' our joy to It may 1 see again ia oar midst out dear and be- ct aim sloed Archbfsbop. Reaching the sanct- there ne my, His Gr ce took ...

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. — 8 September 1872

.r. ~ , .i :{ ."jrý.di'l'taý .1ý1, "!," '.,1 1ý':1 ý."3ý+. Iý ;1 ..'!.':' " . .. aw1'l :' r"ta.b r, ``' .'·' " t..fr ! fY ý. aStarandCatbotlcuossenger ,wrigtraC Oepronaaeta Oe*A0Z bu~et4 OceydnmwSt z with, the approval of tte atreta ale -u _,ree+.. adlaittel wool ta Ngew Oue ,aA ,.e "fetr of th "50pi ar mainly detotod to tb.Latam Arebbiehop N. J. b.nU, I interfere lbep w a,,.rSN ' whegaha thep. ý tm" 4 vie with Cago -1IF N Vic Prealteat tol ih. m.Uej. Rev. (i. BeaintO1, { uiqulty In high plac ilmupa . ov. J. personsýH, or patle Wea "o heq' * J. Kx~v, _ _rightsof all sae, it w.IepeI~ hm T ;J S wtrM ,C t -p o th tem poual u ght of G D3 we I poo.,rý H. OxusPFE, C. SB . r .1.,.,I sý 'apdoO T.~1 Giato f .CC . i O ., .i w, tbe.sjY m unjoattonsare to bea adreaed to the , 'Ur"" Dioseg .m"k.Yorainpat rareud atkoeth el en a 1r.'ý 11 tlo. Oino-PO.. isOawemasit teast.. . "HAW, DEJLTIFUL ARE THE PEE! '"F TH~EM THAT ~RING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD T9_INGS1" - -- Ul" ,: fsaº:.& ?Ri,fOt $4 11 Yet ~ ...

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. — 8 September 1872

Mtewit hr andd tihllc nsbrleen er9 .55w a NlliaA SUNDAY. SP FLORIN, dE, rlkhiNOEe Or BUROUNDY; dI A rrtAL OF THU rx hit A TAyg OF Tgg PST CBVCUSADEEP as CY WILLIAM BERNARD MAC CADE. thi ICosatlaed. 4thl C.Hapter ;.-Tke Three Villains. ho The old man bsd in.r l ajiin noiselesa n, descent strained a. -arng to its utniosl , - watchfalfesm, in the hone of atebug a u syllable s eforbeeahobnla'S be n by thos e w rc awaited his coming. He had listened in vain; ar jor in truth, not a syl ble had been nttered. O H oestopped aglin t the en trance; th silence jO still continued. there appearad to him to he er in this sildenc an omnii*.piof of me preto concerted plan 'eotieen the. two, apd in t e to hope he might detect an ctcmango of glancesle between them, bo suddenlb appeared before o i t thew,. li looked ao t at .the. (irda; but in d "the handsore, regular ano sniling face of the cittaen of Constatinopl he cota ld discern ' naught ub an earnet isdmiration of the rich h wine an it spatkied a...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 8 September 1872

xning Stur thotic Messenger. oBL sv StvNAW. 3ZI3MBsE a. i87. sz* putiAilIN3. Bs1y of r Mli*p By IB.. MEblbach. * vew York: £ppleto A. Co. NewOrlesas: Greshapn., .4 is a bad oolc, as is the case with the ti part of Iiis Mlibsboh'. works. It is C e be attemptWAo teaKi poral, but ahc a so at the sexpense of womaly rgnement . 4 purity. We do not believe thitaany pa t would willingly place in the hands of a y Shter a book whiph jins together in the e connection the words, oaeas, o.rses and f I Wbile showipng the fallscy of the doo- t Sthat money confers hpplness, she 4 - those plague spots of vice and 1w fecting society which it wer ilmn to ignore, tad fla -tb elusion that money Is an cmpo* t p t of happiness, u4, connection ithlove, constitutes the funpsa of earthly as. The Church teeaces Ja her sipple*$ techism the p;Qper use of riches and the e means of khapplness. .ihe weal of Miss ublbach's gifted a4z iq certaip y pnot de ted to its proper nse, nr .sill jt. tend. to r4ds securinger ...

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. — 8 September 1872

erusig Star and CatbdoUc Megte* r. REV. A. . RYAN, > Schi A, guw ms s3. 0ý33A's. azPrienuu iets. witi ar--xii aiar. 0 itl ' O1Ti OLIN>RLris Edel 'rO rArame s y av a3 n. MAoI T rO . ADoesr Ext One es . one' year)............---- --"g12110 T TeraG~lp 225 Tex Twen te*....i..... 40 00Te No orets will aeceive attentionunless ac- of companied by the cash. "poll S Agents fr the Star. dea as a gui Lovr1tAx. gnt '. LAairas, Franklin. out Tan. DTeoG, Baton eange. J. D. $SAwri, orner Market and Twenty-- to 1 +.eeond streets, alvesto. rep J. 5. Larezaea I.redo". Rep eosoet. J. J. O'CONIL, Saviannah. age sOcua CAUOUEA. jor SBrraHS MkoLzOY, Charleston. st oanagh O -E Win. Lot poll s..arau of t~I· r( lsssrr & Virgin. . Sept. as I Peps and Ceotiiseir. tnrg The ýyo0 of tib Hol F"' not " rovidenceseUs-t aye Ltn.1it .. Sts day, a great mission to r9 ýaetit" ' -* wh It is for it to preserve ..caples of ý order and of faith, where they still prevai he and to propagate them where impiety anI co...

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. — 8 September 1872

>muosr swa orhsn i sm. * U rhJ ift wawhda J mrEr s 1. Thier, belbblm departre. for tronville, left his will with M. Grevy. Selmne has subsribed $160,000 for an iron bridge over the Alabama River. Ninetean thosnmd emigrats 1.11 the single port of Liverpool for Amerloa last month. The United' 8ttes jlsbt stateme nshows a decreameof e1Q,ý36,d3 sr the moath of Au gnat. .. Catholic workpes'a cinbs have iMadi beena established in seven of the priecipal elkitof Italy. A SBecond Care D'Ars has galopqd. tn' eou louse, France, in the person of a French Eoeles. elastic. The renegadepriest Hyacinthe was mersed, ron the 2 iast.,,to tohe widow of E 4p R. Merriman. A dispatch from Melboarne reports t e the entire crew f.the ship Lviaia wan masemmer recently by eath Sea Islanders. The stewi, Mrlangetas, which saiSin tow Liverpool for'New York on the 6th, took 610 Mormon emigrants for Utah. The majority of them are Soanainavians. By aconuts whieh we reeoive frhem Germany, we learn that the Jesult...

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. — 8 September 1872

1 '- Star and Catho~t Msseger 'Z g ýºfOb aw t in LadioBr 8pEEOC VOP 1R. ALLIES. tOasda4de f ).la $e wek.) I tarn now %o the acts of the Jernan lor, gaspine. A here I must confess that it pIr' is not withoat a strong feeling aofdiap- wi atb tiý t e oppsoaC teiT Mae tell J Ia e00 w.it I suppim Fal Yost t of y, i as wqrt tehg with ret iptin tarest at least; if ngt with cormplete sym- Fr p th , the aovbmea of a great peOplt of -- w res the reeovery of a NatleSI unity of " iwb it odes possasses. Welt. is that re- a covered Nationa!L unity we 11 telt thao Eo there Were a greAt many millions oatho- e lies--and We felt, moreover, thatthe ege- be rst canduet of the Prussian Gveament, he dnuce the swarjts in whieb a former A1roh- th bishop of Co'gsne took so renowned apart de 'towards its Catholic subjects, bad been gl j3Ut and ijepsrtisl. NOr were thele eves wasting those who trusted tot the new i Emperor ..rmey,.m aisdfut if the posi- II o. heldyl the old Emperor of Germain, E ss the _brbes...

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. — 8 September 1872

Jnlnlly, stWW*4 WWW W JUVIR LBt d .30 -J coca~uorass < assachia use asse cc uppo'i' t Me' `18b4 a' gyred yais rittdby; ; 'sanrgdsaddl' by ý1wek -"sm and atteams. esoatl ct a eatle, or into the' Wll wwia deaae., whetes nerm had btl a ettodi&, l Ihioe b et whbpan e men wtre'vtry'bnsta, good ;pen were very betole; But in days when Oeeatese Gertteray vas oPLs Garaye this pylsonuwas showa as a dismalcarlosity- The courtyard, where war-bhres used .* stamp asnd in the olden time, wasnow often .gt prettily dressed ladies had aiebk mounted for tie cbhase& ^ o sweetest of all the ladiea'swas Cont Gertrude, and bravest admeog the up was her husband, Cowaret COla1e. B were gay and innocent, kind to the hospitable to their meilghbors lug pleased thesi more than to call to r all tile gentry, abot Dinae, sad fel he chbase, over gill and allythreigl t and througb streani p rthis gentle. followed the fashion of thetiate sad dasfesrlesslm as het iAsbrl. O morning Gedrtrade soed ta the yard...

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. — 8 September 1872

-wET· ý. U aMtd ýint ý ateg thos .h eeearm a ut Thce Yaetd covrtL ToZ r ol i e, t. d tfl that in . 3 con:tae A 16ole2 eSept 3g Iý I it'r.MLonlseI a wCsab eie WIore o- "h pgatae a Last Tllrel. the 2!os atil,. e iksetas 4rchbisbove te fooreora1 seent o e or ig tsa and adnisSteo the R . th rametiofVe car es wt firmatioa to ever fitf persona. Lad it , hdw fords plerasre that. ord t* o t r aImia m toa that amonog those who were sattrm- .ee Antr ed we noticed two venerabip eM gentl.- o poe men, one a cltiDa it this place'aotlh scribes it t other a plnter ofehigh wsiaI staadrlaed "Each of t two of oUrToat dietiegniahed ladies, both enter this 1 converts to enr holy MIother the Chureb. part in it The cerenmotieOs thricho t were admir- vantage, ti ably conducted. At nine 'clock solemn effort on r High Mass was sung by the Rev. Father maintainI Poncheto, of Chareeton. At the eConclae will dare i of Mass M honseigler was escorted to the gt-her, ns cbrttY the congregartioe asd was re- inhabitan...

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. — 15 September 1872

nna Star and Catholic Messengerng Star and Cathol esse Pl'BLIBDEI WEEKLT T. ew Ortane Catholic Pubication Ocmpany, at.. Y.I Tu MORI o T has been he . 1:4 Carondtlet rstreet, bttaetn Poydras and with the approval of the eeleai ayette trr. authority of the Diocee, to ppl _ _Iadmitted want in New Oriean, and is TeDirector ohCompa re: mainly devoted to the terests o he T 1ev. Drcetors o . t o P xanyare: Catholio Church. It will not interfre i It Rev. Archbishop N. J. PERIPeI. Prooltent. politics except wherein they itefr HKNDERSON. with Cathollo rights, but will ezpem Reiv.e Predent. iniquity iniquity in high plae, without rd e Rev. G. RA1oND, persons or patee. Next to the spirit Rev. J. MovNIHAN. rights of all men, it will eapclally cham ST. J. KENY. pion the temporal rights o the poor. T. J. SMITH, C. M. At H. GraeN, C. 38. R. * IJ I .Irr J , T. GaIBBos. We approve of the a/orMid undee McCAro. _n_, taking, and commend it to the CatIeles of our Doeee. communcaUtonsare to be addressed ...

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. — 15 September 1872

-w Q Uar.a /sU AkT, . T N . S. The most lSgrant piece of plaglarism that htaever come under our notioee was perpetrated b meently in the ChrirfWi UUIlo, Henry Ward C chew's paper, by Lillie E. Barr. She imn" -ees upon the editors and readers of that I pirnal a poetic effualon, which she entitles ! :hoe Marble Image." We have no comments. l I efer, but simply say that Lillie E. Barr, by ar literary piracy, has established for herself )wery dubious reputtion. This Marble Image i .. em of Herder's sweetest ballads, whlch some years ago was rendered into English by Mary owlitt, thus : A BALLAD. sAmAesLroe, plent meadows. Of tMhe Viria an cuO ud. Ness. dben ain evning A 1voe hey wete oes. Ofe atlds metbe by him.  tLh shadows die, + Was me *d lhuti  him. W% h ee highest LIJav'i Ad d ]whaie' thaaa ow., And Mers what Sthe des say I" Th ke hisb a nder aotl ad m a e h uinhon 'AId le st e ru N n .ee l. azi otw , "O saherr lay t. Came dsa cadpy with me ! " I will and the* Lewes the trisd...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
x
Loading...
x
x