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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 October 1872

it and Catholic tandar have nexamo t the many is sigo t UM ie. UU0 T, oCTOU3 1i3. a5ria. erect? TS AND SHADOWS OF IRISH thiatrn i toter I I am proud to say it is heaven o historian that has ever mans friends aduced the Irish people has ever with tl ite even upon the blackest page t ceas history the word coward. Itim sense, ecause of Irish nationality has formitb g aause; but, thanks to God io God. not a lost cause. It is true yearI was woronstd upon many al i but t is also true, though the ae brought a defeat, it never brea Irish race or to the Irish old we osor of cowardice. The rows. valleys t Irsleand for three counu reseapded to the battle cry (6bhl e biidames ft Irelsad were ther, I tr dead bodies, "thiek a restor strew the vale o(Valambrost." the ho the itrcest onslaught of the the a r did the Irishman flinch, was b boadred years of war he grate orious victory of Clontarf. It couo on apnoy a field at home and selve swor has been broken n the her di and, but never has in been ...

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. — 13 October 1872

Uernig Star and Catheou Mes"ep . PUpsagRWD sysEa BUNDAY .MOWnIN. REV. A. J. RYAN, snDTOR--carIt. aw ORL.AS. , LUnDAY. OCTOB= 1s, raw1. Fro rrPa Emrr arBY MAD. TO o ·R ADDiS. One Copt (one year).................. 00 Five Copies .................. 1i Ten Copes " .................. 60 Twenty Copies " .................. 40 00 No orders will receive attention unless ac companied by the eash. Agents hr the Itar. LOUsAm A. S. LANAuX, Franklin. Tmr. DucANr, Baton Rouga W. BasmewRoa CAaS, Natchitoohes, La. J. D. SAwYra, corner Market and Twenty Second streets, Galveston. J. . LArmSCxdR. Laredo. onomac. J. J. O'ComrzL., Savannah. GOORoZ NIBoxN, Macon. Os. -souy caouLA. STnarax MowNr, Charleston. IA1nýmDAR oR WiW . 'Tassa.....oat 15-41. Them vitn. siaue...ol. s-c 2-st.Ln ,eL.h. l er.....Ooct. 1-St. Lub k ba y....Oet. 19-. PoS a A tar, Confessor. To Priests In the Country. Our Rev. Clergymen in th cou'ntry have it in their power to aid us in grestey in ereasing the clrculation of the STAI. I...

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. — 13 October 1872

ning Star and Catholic Messenger. ° W etAna. sITrNeA, oCRoo E 1s. iSta [From Our Own CorreseadsMt.l as ONI lm3 LZITIR. DuaLur, Sept. 28th, 1872. Irl S"warning" given to the Irishmas and the Q f Ireland hu formed the subject of much 0 ton both here and in England since the of my last letter. In England it has been a ver and over again that aedition must be C, wn, and so forth; and that the Irish Ci 1 press preaches sedition from week to to In this country, on the other hand, it n asserted with equal pregnaney that bi national press does not preach sedi- I d that even if it did, the "crime"ahould w ished like every other crime-in due or law. Above all, it has been aMrmed s re is nothing in the state of the noun- at could at all, in the slightest degree, li any arbitrary and despotic proceed- tb e part of the government either to- ti national joursalists or any other o bmn. Theas views found forcible e on Monday evening last at a mseet a Mechanics' Inatitute in thia city n, Mr. Butt, ...

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. — 13 October 1872

lornino Star and Catholic Messenger. aw OL .s. Drm Ar. oCoro s a. s151. DOU0ITIo CAosouc aiTLarUDeg3N . I Letter From Dr. Broewnson.-We take pleasure in placing before our readers the "1 ollowing letter from Dr. Brownson to the oew York Tablet. We are satisfied that ;hey will join us in giving a hearty welcome 1 :o the Rev-er : ELZAnBETU, N. J., Sept. 24, 1872. Decar Tablet-I am much obliged to you or announcing that my Quarterly Review, anspended since October, 1864, will, Provi- 1 lence.permitting, be resumed on or before i ;he 1st of January next. I am induced to resume its publication and editorship by the urgent and repeated request of a large number among the rev. clergy; by my own conviction, well or ill-founded, that there is a place for It which none of our existing periodicals, excellent as they are, or any new ones likely to be started, do or can fill, and more especially by my unwillingness, in times like these, when so many questions are daily coming up of the deepest ...

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. — 13 October 1872

hil fay 'and C atibili g re M weaba-S saUNar. oTSona it. 1s5s. Lasi paid JUVENILE COLUIR. ios under TUr SrORY or A BBE* him. What a big chestnut tree that was, down " I the brook I In summer it was like a baoe green-umbrella, all fall of glancing, 'o ht-eyed squirrels, and birds that hopp- "H l and out of their nests, ohatting away dit r so many Frenchmen. And in the An- ' n, when the leaves fluttered down, and parl red apples began to glow in the orchard of w t a bursting open of- brown priekly of Rp there was, and what a'falling of shiny cbesnuts. I tell you, tlere wasa run and seamperingamong .the little boys with e farm house, and the squirrels, and "W reedy field mice. Which got most we t pretend to say, but as the squirrels * the earliest risers, and moreover were there s promptly on nd after the brisk not n gusts sent the nuts rattli down e h the bouahs, leag before Tommy couldget theiranPand bootson, r think that the. little busby-tails b at first and foremt. line that was ...

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. — 13 October 1872

nuIlru tg tr Aw u % mt.. . ----- . o 3aW OZ.ULAJ, ISUDAT. OCTOBER 13. ltfi. A desirable cottage is advertized on our fifth page as being fr rent " Nothing like it as a cure," is what all who have tried Laplace's Indian Turnip Pectoral Balm foe coughs and colds, say. To test the mutter, get a bottle from your druggist and try it. It cannot hurt you. It is purely vegetable. Try Simmons' Liver Regulator, if you wish to be well. It sacts like a charm without debilitating the system, and without any of the evill effects of Mercury. Sim mons' Liver Regulator is the safe remedy. Wood and coal of all kinds, in quantities to suit purchaeers, can be bought at the lowest market ratesof Mr. P. Murphy, 931 Magnolia street, between Thalia and Erato. This is the profer time to buy coal as there 1s no telling at what time it willJnmp up to a dollar or a dollar and a half a barr 1. as it usually does in winter. Seasopable, elegant and cheap goods for fall and winter can now be bought at remarkably l...

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. — 20 October 1872

S......... - orni ngStad.,.... - r •ý -' f , '",.of , o...., .w..,,,,,, , o Sutnddsm t sraet, between Poydess un --_ _ Ter Ub4mS ýrA br be*B I(IYi w ereq. with the spproval of the e - sathority t te Doofs, to epl a tItorhhoepeosarr, admltted rwat in New Orlea, -n ii bishop N. J. Pscas, mainly devoted to the lat o m vtl Preldat. poitie excep wheren they latel*e G}. box, with C(atholle rilht bi t will a J MoTAnx, a Iniquity la high plae, witheot regar to I7. Miv2Umalr. psn ; rrý: g.f''rabg I~i" persoe o pert le Ne t to tqhe eplutmd K WxIrr, C. - pion the tempeeal rlhto of the ar. AWrSSarraihei a/uer. ýof o0r Do1e"es oM.ne .dtaa ug., J.M. a ol eo., Moge-- a Csadeet etet. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSl°" " UME V. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY IORNIJNG. OCTOBER 20, 1873. a~imurrmem Star and Catholic Messenger. I . . LANS. SUNDAY, OCTOBEb te. 1 1n. H OF 5EPTEMBiR AT THn VATICAN.I , Sept. 21.-Whilst the men of the I were rejoicing in their anniversary...

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. — 20 October 1872

I~ !E nI Illl E! a Pmun Star i and CathoUc AeossenP"r. --iU IIo DA=, ooaro so. ir. a. t jn rtynýla lU-m, ant athdo -finaeenaier" tI dL BELLE JUIVE. Kno as Jass. thou qnaly right, mit 1eminarkhd thy beauty rich usad re to qs e likeo damonds dashing bright. whi y eassmoet ofebon hair, bre seee fteem, thy pale, proud face, ' winnlng smile, thy noble brow. Wsne every movement full of pace, if t a. who so radiant as thou t et., inUsJaUe, thy diamond eyes. In hoeuh fall of light, have sadness a them ; t ay smiles our bearts so dearly prise, 'ite seldom that our mirth can win them ; ou e bid thee teach the tuneful string, mo N thea, proad oae, art musie's queen; .ad hath thy toouh bravursslg. Zin While sad, sweet noeturneu wail between. ha aste.ags that ainl themselves awake, so casumbered by vain, tediou words, 'es, glertons muato thou dost make- BIt why so fend of minor choberds f A, quickly womao's eye betray wi Swmmea's heart the sorest pain ; SWMe eyes. O lovely mourner, say Thy 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. — 20 October 1872

Utrtiig star mand ' Ckthsl bMtdgsr. (From the rew xeshN sral The Ctas Ostdr ab skshly. In Brgklyu themreare el 9odre f the Catholic Church. The i~3glous pgý are erywhere. They have pop the its, mastered the arts and sdei e~ and ltered to man in every' plaeeftoelety. bold them going to convert the nations i hat weapons have they t None, save the the symbol of salvation, the sign by which we will conquer. With it they have the standard of civilization and thered around it the very savages them Ives, eager to hear the sweet story of esus' love fall from their lips. We see em sailing on the waters in South Ameri chanting hymns to God and to Mary, d the wild Indians rush down the untains and splash through the waters, r to hear the songs telling of Jesus' ~and mercy. None had such power or the heathen as had the religious or Behold, for Instance, the case of Francis Xavier. How many thousands converts he made I There was a heoi g power with him that made all who e ln contact with him lo...

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. — 20 October 1872

.Irni Sta amnd C ath Uc ýu seor. . oe Lz.n D ,svsa sVA'DIT V1mn1. It is -ee. eapeetyof " p s REV. A. J. RYAN, w ur e** usrros.no-caul. seated a Qga mau peron w 0 a. faIrs. The-ti r whitelabe 1on 1rAm Sm r s A" Tro ore ADDiesS. climate of tj S= 3..0... ... 0 s ources. Ti One e ..... .... 160 prosperos Te cop , .............. e 40 T opnty .Cop . " ..............40 httdes No orders will reosiv attention unless so- white race o o b th cash. appear, bo ps ted by the ash. _satisfactoril getrs sr th star. Texas. Ti wouAE progress s f LAAI Fraklin. State, TIm. DUBOA Baton Rouge. S taa W. BsRsosw Cas, NatcbitOChe L. proportion J. D. SaLwvr, corner Market and Twenty- striking. legend streets, Gslveton. It moot J. . . LATsnaons, o d'. has had se j; j. O'CoSx . o, Savannah. contend w gooUGE NEzson, Macon.. a. poverty a sours ca5owtU  left us ral o , Charleston.lr-t u ro Brirassx O Ymoney an 1-. . St he ' thing bat fo the Bls 5V mts. P"icear ý... . st vrlmea implemet Oct .ona gotten of _ -_ý...

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. — 20 October 1872

swig $tmrtrr- ... . Ctwio i Y laus(. duet. handi (ere Our ov11a cspeast. bll O013 zuNE z . friend outed Daarm, Oct. 3rd, 187s. tand. This has been rathertquiet week with aus here in Ireland. lven John Rea himelf hba Pu $ been doing nothing to make as talk or write about. Nevertheless there are some--tesreeting to items of news, oand chief amongst them I. the lon Vh "Seoned Visit of Mr. Butt to his Counstituents e in the City of the Yiolated Treaty." He pro- theys mised them on the occasion of his visit a rant fortnight since, to see them again before leo.b, 4 to deliver the account o his stewarnsh blanp for the pest session. He has kept hisord. bl He is with them this week. I believe this see- to be end visit was hastened in consequence of the booll commentsof the Nears an other E ngli journ who sal on his recent tterances. The English was journals misrepresent what he esaid in the most nom gross and heartleas manner, and it Wus only natural that he should be in haste to give them p...

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. — 20 October 1872

 hlnlg tsr and Cathoie Messenaseri , -- ... s. . s_ -a-. oos -- 1.1. Dm aO» ssg 3dat O TODUS o s. 1 4I 1lfrs Begkmsm Profssion in North Car.- 51 Na--On Sunday morning October 0th, el testival of the Roly Rosary, Bister M a e Prie eeond daughter of A L. w Ier li s of the b etestes igtoe, Ii =f., ev.'asf, . 'f Rleh- ti smaed Ma tratt4e of North b Cllna i oo the oseasslon. On p the aftesrben fth am Lay Kiss -Mary o aSister ýlrý $alilvan, a Snkof Y a taSister Mary 1 lh , ?s.. n t Isb habit In the I aiS :Te nvent Chapel u lbeing too small the Rt. Rev. Bishop Gab- r bees performed the ceremony of the Re rrtion in the beautiful -church of St. I T mas', which was illed to overflowing I by persnns of every denomination who 1 went away deeply impressed by the touch- I lag ceremony, and by the v-er apprnpiate disourme delivered by the Be. M.S. Gross, pastor of St. Thomas.-Baltimore Mirror. Bingwlar request of a dying man-In our sase of yesterday we briefly mentioned the death of Alexander Po...

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. — 20 October 1872

eset anti.s. , so Caraeel, disourming one day on ba llney of eleaf k soulptOr, was In praise of the aoooon, and ob that his brother Annibale spoke not : nor seemed to take any notie of anO * said, reproached him as wanting m hUe heoontinud himself to describet y that noble rtell. of antiquity bile, Annibale, turning to the wall, h piece of charcoal drew th ns n s as if it had been tangibly before h , es. The company were surprised, goetino, with self-reproach, con at his brother had taken a more sl way than himself to demonstrate sties of that wonderful piece of e. "The poet paints with words, n tar speaks with works," said Anni or Ros was forced, at the outset r of art, to sell his pictures in of Naples, but after he became he eharged the most exorbitant a, his simplest efforts. A person of th hadbeen long in treaty with a a landscape, and every time he vator raised the price one hundred The gentleman expressed hist at last with some earnestness, pinter told him that, with all , b...

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. — 20 October 1872

rn Star and CatholicMessenger. W OmAa. "UnDA.r OTOInss . tss. h TA!'13U L133'. stan IU OPIN0sION OF JOHN )oL HALS, TH LION Or THI FOLD. On the occasion of his recent visit to-Bt. bw a Louis a princely banquet was tendered the put great Douminiocan by the Knights of St of Patrick. One of the toasts proposed wasu e Ia honor of John MacHale, Archbishop of Tasm and Bishop Ryan was called on for that the response. Bishop Ryan in answer Tu said: ve There is-a-certain fitness in the toast of a of hi patriotic and a' holy Archbishop, a repro- ternr sentative man in Ireland being proposed of t here this evening when we entertain a pa- lifter triotic, eloqueont representative priest from terrc that islaid.I feelhonored in bein cadlled TI upon to respond to this toast, for I admire the great *rebbilsop of the West; bat I ump only know that great Prelate as you all and, know him-through his writings and his said publiho life. There is one here this aevening pot however who knows him personally...

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. — 27 October 1872

4.e "iti ý:· t ~t~.9. ~ - .+- Ilwllilt'WAý .' Ky . Statsd~t~N ~A ... -r -- .4 ru~ ~r** .J" iricriaý", " ",ý ýtf G z=".tls .ýr ý r l Mý H Mr *- .~'% .. .. - *I Ir~ Krwr $es" eb L. " J" =rt -.83 . l" ~%.L ,ý : ~ x":W' , ' " rm4y .:fýIM _ __ Giuaoi S.C~ K;4 .-"w.- ..b. , 17. ý ".1 , OLUIEV ,*.- ____ smamw IMt 'r ,ý.'..:ý;",,. '1*ýAR O 1* flIýO3R * !" S"F MSI OL1LL" f ''1 j· ý ýý B ýI r.", ý,ý !!!.,. ."r'6, ý" ';, !r, , .a ý %ng Star and Cilts- "s ,$; snraiAaea. . * iF iii li ~hAFE iof he sy 'Brinaes. botbeiast I us bo Wot.S IajU o beletito M e. al lf the n9Ratu Aprea $.'~ TbbE h as d 18 ý of an oboe. Ia Ilhent iof a aebi tg B ean adgave at. Beitaiiit;lL .. ;' e rau eleton w$0 geath the bly te oý ' firme· aUe4 raand Relne.. C writtens itsb e bia ment of a r e sbimueita o gOT gente ofsavipsV4 a ai qHi~ wp. madibph se pudont men whoo at t te bycosset : S. Tb no r th seby the oth . . forormagion to 1t. t .v T * and UPe Mlikam P been of bavltOpVV fd olhr~ il ApSES sesio of it ~ 1~ ýi tfor 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. — 27 October 1872

'/DAT!. OOT035 !r, asel FLORINE, MINIWOES OF eUROUNDY; 0iqlwr XL-rhAe Coslast. a stepped to look at the mloepi adi ga wa tha hear bae *e il lee r pal roe sen e -. sor fotl Zira, toy I_ sle p I ass, a ldeep ol a ~ 4 be. 46 e 1gafano Her Ino i the hae d sod S it "bee 'Ieion str. i who b worddwee a imocat olens Swse bakLing thoght ounld be 4e' , ,at dw. , , so..,-"orded Anregi Sb WdaI ii o Inw sleerI e t , seo s, asi.o eo sedo pon her. t w being r thoulgt wold mblem o- twith sW'hibait had per fi teosif to be coosinmd.. The wtea the 01 ýofh' in the so e uon . the s bare b--m Irsrvnge umon S bes ', of fa but not of eas srVOra eo . .. long, at dpoef !he old net Shetraltt tween her. lheat i ha tohe ebe-- b n aa l w matno fol in tb.emq .th ý r ebha o r own teasoralo tbie osupileagtges io tredi t ibea$ emlo wit det ae~m I lon~ efel ed i si wrat, eI s ae d aas orti po sa ba s o la evil new baded iwee'm . a h de o natel a ndll ooe e hone tin the oth woltee eemeM toe to one las e o lar,...

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. — 27 October 1872

ng Stlar-wap .i, o that, as tbs. BeeitUl ons connesoA wit4 h L l oly Fatherand withb sotleriousty disoneal - that the report of sa'e of new CardipwlL is safi.e S4 i a olcitl oommqpJtAtielA pen made tothe Gbocenjneu *Ro - a~h Ti F$t'LEAYfiG"' trE 3 Agenee laiSef/nhisiitbas oh': Rome, Sunday, Widehisk yi+'mm` l' ,for the first ltuist tihb - taide of the Vinna4 go out of the eo , swI thbb gate of t , e was go_ tn , gne dinals Leoen e embraced. The ran to the wimdowb gfr hl@0. es for the Papep ,As5elE.'tA.i ezpected, the ehpei "ba. e I sorts of commabii 0 ifs zLewns; t e acquainted with".thepograpby de stican, will kano tb.a the Pae left the palace bytbýa sts - ,o _tP walked a few jfhrdd alOt'hkunTnre road, passd. tLhe, Dl8 &s), " lWl s close to the pals. gaer,.ousi- tb s garden by a gate to thpright. ' THEC POPE'S H1BEALT M , ng to the hostile p .4.ip, is in a moitalarmih i of 'lt-. bed et be left slone airro iteb toit apo breathingt.ia d~la os l impedbd be" ma, and he Sit ...

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. — 27 October 1872

V  'ýý1 RYA . . `ayos M esN ageA a - .-- .._ .- . 60. P. eamh t att aýeks acld s so- w1o . an P. yees asemc . .In Sas, :. h JtU sh Sn w#1Mtb h Moly Father. "  'aald .,llk e- *es tin our i S.- :L t ýUC holi Pree-. s t . to the prinoiples of , S .i still prevail. a Swhere impiety and a used them to be for- b; fePope Pies II, i l4l851. t baeseee of you to assist, " 8 -Ywillsad e lver, those men , with .atholie spirit and y t learning, are labor- p ishleg books and e eantd p bopagaton of d]hlW sibBgdsqcli th orm Pope wtr fl*mg f..'r1.tnrzr.-ThO Bevr A. J.  Ea f male.obil last Wednesday for t et ~ 'tlebg a$ absence, which will .o . 'tgd p4 wr period of four months, or a "aoe dllries out his Intention of visit- d lgag ba Land,be will write weekly t n01* bon tL s ir-a . n one of the atteekes a Wll euaves Mobile during the ;L.U..']et Friday, Nov. I. te Feast o het Al; lnts' and is, con- susaly, ait'ellmy of Obligation. Theurs , o tvisilf thme Feast, is a day of Fast Tns Caaesso Por...

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. — 27 October 1872

S Star aid i.fs ianu .Na, mnan -. Aam em rAasDRAL.-The wek 4 rsenovatleg wad th eat building hBeis c1L ommeaesd. Nea RI ev. Vicar Geitel atands that the fce me w commenced shall be so thorough yesag. ill restore the ike to its pristine aeet t r. The freseo representation of the opon t oration, whioh was some time agi ef- bility, to be restored by Mr. Hambroeht, as ende Sartist of reputation, whose aemlleisoe en ed for by many works of rare beauty eet phi peo churches. while dergy which has thus far marked the their ate of His Grace, Arohbishop brhe; the Ir •tly not on the wane. eek wee.4- am some new work' of cO& thrul : is the great aeedof hibadiscee, th In- Pt a of Cathollo schools, being MiplEd te* ae early all the ohurches, i thi st saes, i -& soheols, and the few whA.b hae yeas * w makiag earnest .ort5ýOpT hsat -iilpoy. In this oeaneotem W Is s old at there io a mevemeent l foot blok of tý an early day, give every Ca prlop inity of proving his afection aýgrat- day's 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. — 27 October 1872

S ernlng Star and Catholic Messenger. sraw rlw asa e g ose melE r. aicnj' w irream th D.remta Natsese mIewl ) lsther es 4e ,lMis hLresr, * Taz mDLuAnX' IDuAs br GOD. No race of men perhaps, which has s ,et been made the ebjeeat of aslonary labor, with a view to its eonversipn t Christianity, has been found to be mtore v&N drios and obstinate in. Itssaprstitlons than the North-western tribes of roving Indians. Notwithstanding all that hasbeen i4vane ed by different writers and residents among them, I have found bat little that would serve to show a teaeher in what their errors really consist, or how they may be success fually refuted. Most works of travellers among the Indians only exhibit in general some of their manners ata enstoms, with out pointlngout or reve lng their motives of action. Indeed, nothipgbut a long and continued intimacy with their camp-life and languas.-the lot of very few-would enable any one to do so. By meet persons THap PACITr r or7·rs INDIAxS las been...

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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