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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 September 1868

xORIN0We TAr AND CATHOLIC MfEMRN(t. n' -xNW ORLEA145, SUNIDAY. $EIEPTEMBRR s0. ze. t t in REVIEW OF THE WES . b2 LEGISLATURE.-September 14.-The Com- pI mittee on Elections submitted their roport 1ii in the case of C. C. Antoine against Reuben or White, favoring the former named as the in member entitled to his seat in--the Senate. re Mr. Ray introduced a bill authorizing the a building of a bridge over Bayou dcArtonne. re Mr: Packard offered a resolution to compel re a better attendance on the Senate. In the S' lonse Mr--Gartskamp introduced an act di authorizing the issue of $8,000,000 in bonds i for the purpose of rebuilding the levees. i' The Senate act providing for the free passage of children attending free public su schools over railroads and ferries was con curred in. The Senate bill to amend sec' tion three of an act relative to inspeotion of hay for the port of New Orle'ins, was so passed. ma -M September 15.-In th e enate, Mr. RanM dall was sworn in took his seat. Mr. Ray...

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 September 1868

XRNONWO STARB AD ATKBOL CO GOU NEW ORLBEAS, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBRE o0, 1e. M1Kc O AUOUs -s rws. ANTraI.-It is stated that there will be t about nine thousand new voters in the Parliamentary constituency of Belfat onz the occupation franehise alone. How many ~ on the lodger franchise itis not possible to . -seMr. Thomas McClure, a Liberal and a - Presbyterian, will be the Liberal candidate t for Belfast. - " ARnMAGH.-A correspondent of the Dub- a lin Freeman says: Tho Orangemen in the ' neighborhood of Portadowu seem determin- r ed not to " let their hands out" of the a ractice of doing mischief. On last Thurs ay niht, (August 20,) about the hour of c midnighta number of them, shouting "To I hb-L with the Pope," and using other like a expressions, marched.to attack the honuses a of some of the Catholics in the parish of r Seago. They commenced at the house of a an humble, unoffending man, a weaver, by i the name of Terence McKeown, in Eden derry and having smashed his windows e and door...

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 September 1868

KORNWIe evA AWs CAOTHIC mX nn1s3. UN c--w o-iO"8, svaUAY. 8EP£BE B OeR 70,18. rIT OM wiDo0. > alw, A Fiery Youth-A carboy of vitriol. A The most valuable prise-iEnterprise. A Minor Chord-A short load of wood. He is a good shoemaker who is faithful o. to the last. X To- keep eggs from spoiling, eat them BuS .while they are fresh. r The man who swallowed the story whole Al was nearly suffocated. No. The man who would "mend the age," a must put a "' stitch in time." PI 'eep thy tongue carefully; it may honor, b' but it may also condemn thee. p The three best medicines in the world are warmth, abstinence, and repose. How to mhke a little money go a great way-Travel on the low price trains. T. Hearts are much oftener trumps in the game of cards than in the game of wedlock. An old style of "basket carriage."-Car rying home your dinner in one on your arm. Idleness is like the nightmare-the mo- oo ment you begin to'stir yourself you shake it j, off. The new moon reminds one of a giddy o...

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 September 1868

W OsrL puANor. NU Y to the clergy an T ader a of general application. The The Rt. whichev. Jit will never ooevelt Band ey,ital Bishop o Ne laity, Newith Jersey, halacrty veal insued a prstoral letter to the clergy and in al people of his diocese. We gie'entre the tehe portion of it relatings sure to edfollow; and, that labe ordeal through which the country haste spabject being of paramount interest to nr t readers, and of general apption iction. The Churcnteh has taken a position on this poit lheu from which it wenill never ecnd; ancensit behooves the aity, with becoming alacrity od and cheerfitlnes5,,,t9 co-operate in every conI method pres wribd bat the spiritual corrauthor- p itory--aruptiove all, in suhigh places, taining private schools. No true-Cat obsoliccan, withimpun- ak of ity, be indifferent on this subject. Retribu- tier tion, thongh slow, is sure tound inollow; ndthe ristiand ordeal throughr parowhichial the counootrlsy and col-e passed and is now passing langy be just...

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 September 1868

*. C> VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS, SU.DAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1868. NUMBER 34. - -• hYLd... e--lol tO .:,:. ;,,. " BOW BEAUTIFUL Ji~RETile EIET OF TiiEiTIIAT. BRINGGA IDIG GO TllgSI"il Tmn-]rotu Ddn- hr A--.--.~ta~vw, VOLUIE I. -NEW' ORLEBNS, SUNDAY: IORNZIG, bEPTEIBEI , 1868. NUMBEt -34, [ ---- NEW.OMLEANS, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER S2, I5s. THOXOW KOONK. BY OLIVER 'W oDEaL - s. - "Shine soft, ye trembling tears of light, That strew the morning skies, Rushed in the silent dews of night The harp of Erin lies. What though her thousand years have pat` Of poets, saints, and kings- Her echoes only hear the last That swept those golden strings. Fling o'er his mound, ye star-lit bowers, The balmiest wreaths ye wear, Whose breath haleut-your earth-born flowers Heaven's own ambrosial air. Breathe bird of night thy softest tone, By shadowy grove and rill; Thy song will soothe us while we own That his was sweeter still. Stay pitying time thy foot for him, Who gave thee sweeter wings, .Nor l...

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 September 1868

rEw ORLEANS SUNrDAY. SEPTEMBER 47, 1668. AN OLD W\OXANs' WILL. Sometime in her life, they said, Mrs. Gringo had -been a be~le and beauty. It must- have been a lon ltong wrhld before, and it was hard to believe when you looked at her, yellow and shriveled and benit-as it is hard to believe of many an old dame, of whom old men say-" she was a pretty girl when I first knew her." That she had had stores of hmndsome clothes, such as girls wore when sihe was a girl, was plain, for she wore them still. At seventy she used to comre-out-of her house to collect her rents in thrcadbare brocades, short-waisted and scant-skirted, with belts, once woven in rich-tinted flowers, and full 8aimr wide, fastened by tarnished buckles; in a ou coal-scuttle, with a moulting bird of Paradise, with one feather in its tail, on the crown; and in slippers, with buckles and sharp toes, flapping slip shod and tattered as she walked. She was iummensely rich, but she had never bought a garment for long years, and ...

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 September 1868

MOUWRiS rAR AID CA2u3OL A umeZ,. EMW ORLNARx, SgNDAT. BaPTUxERB s7. IISA. ONEDTIeC CIAEaOL IM TWGUUU DzoCosn.ow RzouMOca.-Relgydoues Benep -tio..-he Batjm orrelirrEr announcaa a religious reception at the, Cooyent of the Visltatin, -Monte Maria, 'ehdthd, oh the 8th inst.,. Miss Josephine Doetieb having received the religious habit nd. white veil in the ranks of the Cho p alters. The Right Rev. Bishop . cld performed the ceremony and preached"C very admirable and practleal senmon on the occasion. Dlocase 'a. WiLantYa ox.- The corner stone of a new Catholic Church was laid at Salisbury, Wicomico countt, Maryland, on the 11th inst. by Rt. Rev. Thomas A. Becker, D-1. ~ ihop f Wilmington. The right reverend prelatewas on this occasion assisted by Rev. P. P. MoGrane, of 'St. Peter's, Wilmington,Delaware. Thechurib will be called St. Mary's, and at no distnt date it is expected a resident clergyman will have it in chare. DIOCEsa or Naw YORK.-We copy from the Tablet as follows: --. OnSund...

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. — 27 September 1868

KOREINGO NU AND CATHOUCLI l 0UE1 WUIUIBED WWB5LT OT 2Sa Naw Orion. Caucus at If.. 144 The Drectors of the Capny arse The Most Bev. ro J.o M. D u. president. Very Rev. N.. M.Pac oV. G.,G Vies Preldent 88. Rev. U .. 1.. ., Dut. C. o Rev. e . PtLAAGAl; Mr. MNw MCCLooUE Mr. Joel MaCAWMMT. Treasurer; Mr. T. rzewLL IAMre. S All comnmianlaetions are to be ddressd to therg for of no. Mcrei SMartoad (bidlle MracwV.?. Terms. of eb on Fourr D ron.re perannum.a Advertiesments liaerted atb rtoe of $l a per square light ie; solid Nonpae, ilconutitltig a sqare. Twivt atvertisement, avng terno the paper nlrEt nsrtion,. 1 so per square; each sbsequentl seo -.ti #ewnts per lnqaro. - rt sme tlonerted at ntervea, to be charged ca new eb tner6rttlfon. Regular advertier, - who advertile largely, hall hi allowed such discount from seve named transient rate as may be agreed nupOn; Protd, that in no cnae Txha uohb diseount exoeed o p"r ent. All busineis notices of advertisements to be chargel O coents ...

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. — 27 September 1868

The negro grumbles at the high prices, mothi wonders when they will stop rising, but remo' thanks fortune that he doatt pay any taxes. teney Yes4 beispaying his hare of the tfaes lowes of fl these med, with a percentage to them the ai for advancing. He will-And it ostlyfriend- bond ship, that of his eaute white advisers. While mitte they grow rieher, he will get poorer; while Bo, they revel in and' Comr luxury, he and his children must suffer the whici privation of mTanylittle comforts, which the reel tax colleetor has rendered too costly. opini Our Democratic legislators seem to be by tb discouraged by their position as a hopeless tiate4 minority. From evesn thatposition, how- Whr ] ever, they might do much toward enlight- sessh ening the misguided negroes of that body wIs upon the folly of their past policy. There Refuo is much ability and eloquence among the .genuine representatives of the people in the Legislature; though overwhelmingly Ge, outnumbered by iuitruders. If not dis-...

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 September 1868

NoRIe STAR MW OCTNOLIO aXS n. NEW ORLEANS BUSUNDAY. BEPTEMBH R 9, 1868. --------------'--------------,------rr 'C U WET AND WI0DOX. cl What comes after cheese t Mice. C Good man to go on the police-Mr. Ketch nm. b The greatest bet ever made-The alpha- tI bet. Never waste your time; waste somebody else's: CI The first persons in the fall trade--Adam and Eve. The prettiest lining for a bonnet is a pretty face. a In what does the strength of cheese con- si sist 1 Its mite. How sweet to recline in the lap of ages- C say about eighteen. If thou wax angry, speak little; and that little not vehemently. Few ladies are so modest as to refuse to 2 aft in the lap of luxury. c Living from hand to mouth is what a wit calls "manual exercise." _ Clever pickpockets are said to be the best s men to dis-purse a crowd. Does a man with one arm have an off- 1 hand way of doing things t t A fop often fancies be is cock of the walk t when he is only a coxcomb. Often a man drives a pair of grays, while , ...

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. — 27 September 1868

MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MUTUAL AID AND BENEVOLENT. LIFE INSURANCE ASSOCITXIOxNO LO -ISIANA. sYorsam or CO5aRt . The plan proposed by tes Mutual Aid and Benevolent Life aore A ossslatiesa s as sellows: lt,-Each person upos enrolling himself or heselfas a member, shall pay e -m n the Treasury memberaship fee. if between the ages of 16 to, inolusive, the sum of .......................l10 351 So044 0.. .. ........................... 15 1 tros;, .. .. ......................... 2e 1 to . . .................. .. twhich payment constitutes him or her a life member. . d .-A Life Insuramce Policy it issued for a sum equal to one dollar for each enrolled member appearing on the books of the Association at the decease or said member.. But in no event shall the amount be paid, on said policy, exceed 5000. 3d.-On the death of any member, an assessment is made upon each policy-holder, for one dollar and twen ty-dve cents, payable at the office of the Association, l ithin thirty days after n...

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. — 27 September 1868

nos11 SIA""ID TIOLI iGU.TN _ -We pl NEw ORLEANs, .5OaY. ,e ago, abos - between a 13IH1 gelicals, At the reception of a lady into "The o Church of England Benedictine Nuns of Feltham Priory," England, the ceremonies, clearly I as described by the Churel, emes, are very ay " to suggestive, not to say puzsllng, considering the spa the place and the participants. Completely augm Catholic in form, wholly un-Catholio inpartie religion, we give a paragraph. In reading We r the. long account, one is tempted to ex- yeare a claim: "Which king Speak or diel" some of A short time since, a very interesting in the ceremony took place at this house. A for whi young novice- took the white veil and entered upon her duties as a cloistered nun friend of the Benedictine Order. At half-past te numbe in the morning, a procession entered the by a t choir, and the priest commenced the service amon of the Church, which was performed with byab every adjunct of imposing beauty which his del primitive ritual c...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 4 October 1868

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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. — 4 October 1868

" ,ltene STAu AND CAEOmLI uimi . d rnw ORLANs. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 4. eoa t. .-.-----------.-----,---.- ----- a A, M CB O1 A Mnste. • If you will follow me, gentle reader into I one of the most densely populated suburbs at the East-end of London, we will take a peep at what i moog on d probably will o P-lna its t varied in detaas lo the lasts First let me one of those largeS built, for ntloo t l few bat d weavers, who,n the , ha.e in theirtu   tml i am - of dwellers, yet all ggg It would fill a volume' i .t the history een .of one ef thef ' es cnges tly hav saq. el romane been enacted thin their wl. of 'her mul m n=asgmdy fo srb s eotse&to f. o 's l  ofthi , on s. i a slag the e wan tpog tblyhtwough a iblytenaltls ;and letO ;n flors. Tyh. parlo, hweredr al'bted y' to advantage n the ape of adisp of sweets and haberdasheby; and sotof dirtyI 'lttle ragamulise were domo'ihy, to, be seen holding their fathngs up forsweets, e nmuch to the discomort of the ooriittle wretches' w ho h...

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. — 4 October 1868

Dmt3];l4hi f' OP ý!r Rin9FLd Of ent of cow 1do a - etiotfii. ,esog. ' e'1q a engl , This yo ng d rving town w liee to-dMaf e tc ing of a new.chuh in On Snday, iJ The weather was as place a visi ou ad een d esired for the acra menral of the dioese of Detroit perormed the eremonyd the of blessing well the ere, ater egood spit Por.-it egirng ofthis excel lehit daid hearitble Order tlie New Yorkhi -T;blsetg. .y s: '4 . .- , S )We-iC tati ed tor.-A Bayan e the arriva n Brooklya of seve n Little fisteegrpl , Poor from ]Brittanya by the steamhipd i N: ";lleslnt Order whichl 'a sy o ou . Th young anted thriving townwframe ed todahe iew blessing of a ew .ch for the in hodnor of St.h exJes The mweater waitois as asnebecoterl have ee desire, the fur tllohe ac easions. The Rev. P. G: enu ertByron,n General of the dieesoof Detroit; pers Honre t the leremony of blessing the rurc, after olum Ssoade, in relhigion maister was celerted by Rev. J. Pulcher. t DIroCesE 'a Br oocLn .-ThLe .tMl Sie - &am...

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. — 4 October 1868

ben r. toho H. M *be g q e s to -Mr.t aou ths pRp' st e .gen . - he riz tom fot th fth P  !ton ei commence to-day tthbe above ohibrchanld qon tinuedon thetwo aooeeiag days.. High Masslc" }il be sung on- e;". I , o'clock. After Mass Iu ithe uordnti, and at eix o'cloek in the evenring, taeew be a mar non. After the even'g sermon jee will be PW Benediction of the.l B .e d Serauent DiocEsE Or NATCDrrtCKP5.--PSllity, Sep tember 13, the liglt Rev.d Bla iP Miartin con Armed twent.-foutr pera so ritw"eubSrh of Campte; en 'the 16th, forty-twe Meians at b Bayou Clo; 1i. ahe h e dine.persons at b a station Dkniiyo `eO The Lou bank. of the'Sabioe is yeti bn habited by a num o extican e, wio a settled there; W fy a med ; pa} of jiq Mexico. - of -A- cumsol'.o rtm.--Ths'hbAlt'of' the Met Rev. Archbishop is. better; still Le recovers his strength slowly, owing tIo the extremeo de mility consequent ·upon his exhausting' labors Mast saumer.. We hope I covery - willpro= ati mssae more aptidly, now ...

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. — 4 October 1868

tre wih, ta .uh i berg ti pe bfaio .of watle anta -ent p adeare the s o-opera D Danm o mef  tof . nat t 4tive mind thelt orea.tluthe oi oir best known a lenisPtlromtest h eant prI, f th!; hl Mei of terested in thg tod reen, . toble eter- ta th arthee aniag and a the' influenceh fortho ca n eit ae . oy oInde edt A a ditito it fis hard to sas h wh ie' 'Bboor children .IjO It wnuld gthe geaite tlr l into a coal or theim r winter's clothing,-or even their supply of food. h The war hawsIie sall poorer, It isop true, but with a much livelier appreciation of what want and privation really mean. Srmsonose; on, eiroor now or thran Do t AL Dasmnuwqui ayn's CATfucsadce PaQi trnt ar. By John Aamar, h h ioele , tr, D. Dean"of W- bnrreg a wed r el szits ofThe ologin the' Univerityi of Munich. Translan from the German, with a Memoir of tlt Atntior, preledad byn an historical thoiellem in Germany for the last hundred years. B James Burton Robertson, Esr . New York : The Cattholcu Publication 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. — 4 October 1868

.r: noowa d e A Te ldt eiMit1; ite ei i n oo$t, Thao tqe i oauErY of i p Te utt t me a ' the(~ lt of iterthe tbes~r.k theprhde er~ ftl s o e yydoni ll. .t y ý sap r "tfi, .. s" oeqi r os e e see i rl ,ic " "-e-sin hs he · dhaK o mis wops reo realmrn e sta? r" When b she ismeaisoe afellehi . ei m < og  e."ed o cpatwith the waste`ar ri e Wte kderow. rl M indrst.i btc he. PoTeri `Achosbias to else to dolrae eserea . de b,, row Abu t h repede. -, haett isD b1,0.0ýpP.. wIs bal er bad loves h uiliefly for " Whaebt ye is t oa t , policy This is ir goodu as mr ait tgoa,bs titeu# . o a fteaet l pr ooft'edi' s t in .m. hand, . sa ofe o costhiidare a Gooedf i w.tto the Sbottom of the river,; gt o o r. ac ýs'y q-units oremto take oas tin Bston, "1 se th de perdon a mbetea mhy t be found iu the essia. thea When e man wis bt of money he show the least of it. Whon he s out of tsmper ae he shows the m eoot oit. - me A odn tourist calls the Niagara river Mr. " the pride of the rivers...

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. — 4 October 1868

B OOKS NillR T RY. DW 'li u . 4 A1 ... +,o IarP . i lelatln m m f y+ r ,ar 41 a -- ord. r, . Nos. 183 and 185 Falton, nd 8l M z MA "ti. between S.Je Jia streets. .ei, l,ll li der Bol I which will be pha at the rest.ondryp oca. the city o oUSE AND BIP 1VMMR. GAS IT TCR, NC. . -I , m twenty years' practical piSIesfa the buieus, g all orders promptly eamoused width&s biest materials 4 latesnprovemnlts, on the IMeet rsodersta"s.-. I DWELLINGS, OFFICES, S.ORES, eto, Fittd up with ater and Gao Pipe.. NOT,,, O DS , -I rUNGE,. ATERC LOSBT8 -':... . ..+ SU .AZ AN I3 49s i[! t -r o , 1L tart, A.d sspiiiiea, tmIe% r walss ,o 1 U tOWAR o 'RO*I'. uI r D. I . k t.m w a Aa , aonzi,, CeS MTuRE., CA UADT1RE.S, GOA., - !s L A C S. Hoe. lU anti Futn an4d(· 613·l~i U ee, sBra etsT RaOter ,UbegTtt R. . cP a ' Valves. ecOho x an ee I woar tdio at pihpi sat lihent0MArs Pant Src u tdted, sad. oaa any. c.-TKERWmC, R ,, - AINT--' waorant aor Carraet romt i at pais aedo 24atglazine storeeta...

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. — 4 October 1868

ot es oe .aýeec b "w I o b *'e a e the n  oo rhro. MOxo io bles `'ie U n eo W maeafhDiro vw e asl and them: h Dum rMoo t9 g*fje¶ qaow eiher attt weas odi . ea so wa nd to . HtaeO tit one ws, sntd to is p e haaee but F r. aor eoomialusctb with. hfr. J Duni. whotse earnest eeneo a .tie s that tahe' firm might be aspred pubii tb dilsgae Wb liatefed-. A ear u ata1 oga e, r e was to be waidsto Frank thyI wba~e 4~i l suffered. 'ead ta wore lai d eo ld Secretary of State, ad a "fLee pardoo was sent out to Frank fora crime-which b t had aever omnhitld. tfor He 'lame- home, to -find himself aIwi h a dmo r u n t man. - I- I aeate ofgreate, In ~Aftsnt Toferelnd, wapurha him .Wi the rm, nd thiter hee t with h parents and children. lived in greast w retiredment, r in the world, oanvd reo o eaC@Otd doing od toda h the eer There was pe void n his life, for es no one d evor ll th e place of his idol ied Wllie was buried in the same Dri e asEllen; and there the twins rest Mo I together, "in dat...

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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