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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 25 October 1868

'SW to. Zi o. " t1 • the ~u asHow , th e-ow a d - byl o ot wedil1'e a t oth'o ity'at to the easrs the m ese ain  ahe tam whe.fim o erac.. v.to ws ti ts se~av the 8spinteOaly iaii e. sines. wras one, but itaia is .atures, aodn 'plrsg *theum %tsshvao -4t( n i . thea enor Ite* had nothing toe communicate for their .e teraUn, the House finally ad CMr Cote .-Board tf Aid.ras.-A oam- 1 mupicatiew was received from the City -Attor an3, stating that the set creating the Metro- d ptolitaen Pollee Board a the set compelliig the sity to have its printing execute by the eStator tr, who was a member of the Legis lature M the time he was appointed. State Printer, were unconstitutionaL A resolution was adopte4 instruacting the City Attorney to s take steps to havetheeonstitutionality ofthese the breakwater at Milaeburg to prevent over Sow, was adopted. An ordinance was t ered and refersed, provtiding for the issue of bonds to the istcunt of three tillions, to absorb city I notes. The o Yee Com...

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. — 25 October 1868

TE MORNING STARt BOOK AND JOB OFFICE, No. MO Poydras Street, How Orleans. Mtetblishmet Soew ality psped t o omesae 2l aENVaEmIa as. cOBNtaDORs, anoeCn, MeDT A nrs, , aTo N-s, O mAra ME, ai.za oW 1 gK, a, sD , Ican rs aswe i.r a] amo m. mossI- oUr o -ram .BANK CEUOs, *DrG'4 - AIS mg, EAZYn PTE. . L.LS 01 LAI M ON TEE MOST AXocIIUOTING TERS.. "soos LD s T- LIo s R. Ito. cam, s O0., o NORIOYN AND D WADaW No.76 CAMP SPTEET, NEW OEIzaN, Daenk Beeos of every alase e-ple mad tee , slr asekeneatly bhead. Job Printig, sach as our, sabl Ksiad r 1 ass. Cirtculars, Bill of Lading, etc., edtly epaprYoPUy ue ated at the lowest mark retes. WE HAVE OUB OWN PRINTIGe oSIOB AND BINDERY. Orders respsotfolly solCIted m sagdhly ateaded to, an)7 3m PHiLIP ANTON-I, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, a 193 Joephine eStreet, n dee. to S Mary's on hand a nal stk oCahlic Prayer Boo sLive. of Salads, Asoeudal, Controversial, and His~toricalworks. Also M s, Breviaries, Altarecrds, Odmwnie, at the lowest a.rIcee AlsJao, C...

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. — 25 October 1868

aM a b Te ` s rsu ied bo am rIshmaider .te, lata Wohen last abeou twelve ye, hn Isb of ula Breebipa, Zork. Ahe y sa - eeea him ill be thaskhly reelied M O'Brien, of 25 GardinerS Plas ; D Ireland, or at sthe oiel.f the i.k ss c-~amoet to h advata.r of Wxc ow.-M. H. Jose, sci., Corenoer for the county Wieklow, reealy held on quest on the bodJ of aeman unknown, i which was walked Mite. as"Ballygsmmoa I SStrand, n, ..Cilesole. The body was evi dently that of a shipwreddkd asloer and a was in an advanced stat. of deeenpoetien, I e if the man had be a along tinie a the I water. There was no elothing on it except a pair of fanel drawers sad a pair of sks- I and oen boot. -Thb seeks were marked G. i 0., and the Gama dnitlal_ letters wer tat tooed on the righ m.t Wnxro..--A __ aetble man, named ( John Cahil, of Wekford, fell in the porch , of the ChwAh of th/ Immaculate Concep- d tion, whqtsm was going to attend Mase i onte mth aingof the 26th ult., and died i suadenly. Death was caused-...

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. — 25 October 1868

T : IlO r Yo-m. . A-s a -,,h . -! - Wonder if she' nti .wAVld ae small boy with. his bat askew twiet nmdi eatig Miss Lynn bya wtkb.the ntumb. There was no answer. "Haoysa a id.grave, ler-ly man, wh0 had smohed d`ii silsue,  there was no r"ve beea__ta of what you s ad _ murdered. man.li . no arms. The I whicha did)4 bin was, o0-..e- tio - try ,-, lous' strong. One blow, as bed.er says, would have 'brass eo, t widldedby even a weak haund -mr.hen" -ubelifrahiu own words, one tno ss there was no sign of any struggle.' tOny this- two footsteps, one or it. Pthe other behind. Those w came r 4 easily be diseenred." Hoy was silent.' isIt's a bad business," he said Mtst., s"autif 1'.mer was done to deats foul o fair,--he wrought for it. PV.:oeler on: that." - -"Fulliert" She staggered buak to the bed. "Robert Fullmer-done to death--: hot blood and an old grudge-they meet ing i ia dark corner-" - - The broken sentences- r.Adlly. ,again. and again through, her ;bri ;.8,Bhe gave them no ...

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. — 1 November 1868

Ail 21 -rr __ _------~ --- . ' 'Ai '"1 i i r .( rraiý ff ' .6 r;!·1·tt 1 J: 21)i * .2,;"l' tae=::A . t Il: :L ' 4 ~34£t cRf rl9i$rr hliin hl!?. .' - S 1jo nl@..lWe~ t q f 'L-·i· jh.1;· rsr : :c ,':fjht;flejzi A9 j;'·E fk r t 'ý ac - af - -··io ·· '. .- 1 4 1 4 :,{ct·-i ' r crlit 4 ·' S7- I - i fi. i-f ý31ug gg-1a Ufydraw avm., "Nrm.dWT At.L ".' I G ' U: .'; NE'W QUL.4J8 "f IUJ3 IaWE E `, 16 .ti rýsý ":dr ,sr.,a, lr:d 3 " ý : .2:ii 12''RtY:.'ý,lt-"ý",:. , ý.. Ys ý8 ýPi . ,1'ý .. ýa ýý '+y': . , ý .4 :" =t`r',, . td" .,l .l ý, .ý['k`.\ '?I le. 1kx i "i I +T= 4ý/ ' i ýt ;:. ý ý ., ;d : ,"' "ýý .+; :i S!'1' ,' t: d G` r , tl' a ý gea~ ,ae. $ f1ý;RU ff r R; rGIL TJI)15 8.6 I" sI All 'd Y J 'j;ýN ý' J , g, , 1M BR: :;188.`- NflE 9. w __tu rived indeer hm r knows o oeir wos , They hase are gisce oare e e nos heIl i t' oom intw.* Who lived indeed fo himve d iddgrewn e Iyon in lite common God sest in coentlese homes on earth, Good earnest souls renew. MTherbeenteo lives, eeh in ie lowlier p...

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. — 1 November 1868

-- A iEsr * 1!- The following a one of those re rable mistakes of- at follow the eomms ths The modrl of the tieth.ptbthle- opular "I will out - i - "-a verted, by many .0 atriking ; for, isiae in other sins, G f -r vimself t en geae a phatically declare Madame Feron will relict of a prosperous frmt at a solitary farm-house-S distant from Rennes. A .,ch for an bour or two daily to d, bing and coarser woik of the h ame Feron was not only known sessedof a considerable annual incrme!, but of a large sum in rOuleaz of leons, which she kept under lock and ey in the house. This. last fact. was at least known to Jeannette Morlaix, andtq-Pie Dubois,--a itinerant .elockmaker, whose poor home and shop were .at Rlennes5 _H.u was given.to tattle when in the leastexcited by dtrnk, and had been heardanore than once to. gleefully relate how -frightened Madame Feron looked when he, one day, entering her house suddenly without knock ing, surprised her kneeling before an open cnest,.gloating over her...

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. — 1 November 1868

dis t ~i~:rdfmfthn., , e; 'revealed : th the Swat half ere'itanr. eol whib dheexpwesed was a rsslpiastm be...... lzdci tk r - r 'o\_i t by inee of Ulster-rElibeth Edmoneson, of olerainek is-dead. ged '1e years. tlDo brat .t S ,amuel Smith' ofb they Staimdatate tht w .1le e nga wt his: S l o ýs eptembedr SI, gi f in an aCqne dthc sf more than Ordinary depth, they "wine--ii layper of flag, resembliryong tihe foothpfth of town, on raising which they dis overed a nielt-baith valt, aboutsix teen feet by e feet, ont~i "i the sprele ton of an enormo- s gseth tmonsoull of wCohih merainred forty-ead. hei years. m feet log, .-lMrik Samuel Smith, iof on the raidt.e had the whole remoewith his his reside.ce at hav~ey" Strand,.and intends toa one Septem placed in some adseum ie Dublin but m efore doing so the e ,ious can satisfy themselve by town, on raing a vicithto his housered- a n icely-bu vault, about Dtees-n Saet by five feetrdSept, ootrngthe skele eiton of Meaners. Wtsonus ian, the sku...

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. — 1 November 1868

Aro We Ras AXw AOAWIla M I l. W. s!r o C5nr'o Zur a Y . oTubDLa h ae of te ra ý' :!', . e svrm eidtep a s sua,& reaaf a t s aio e ct of ie. ary r stse e sientsA fausin a's A1 *sewn i aieionrs ef1W eWUUes t auMOse L oud e wel bes towie: --4 Christianenit ste s r in remin,-the frigid formu asm4, Purans, itol ntan ntue a i th t evaeri.u a SGdndof e.leatisO Ohan. ns teas o te chure wouldy preentll ew ted.il any stianiy; is ,o 11t fro being tchne hdagrl ntir thca cone of Plowersta ind tihe stshe adell mef grand mu alc to e "imes and instr is Ie tae haper reulre y ittieyeworsh rpibg the fact tsEW o tLanes .UNUS. ..OVUMBER 1" lees ni*ee the. al;it the p surn ter ane Ct aor fom hoitnesr nature or rto i ouo-a taly lode vered seat eet a of in the phurch hsat, all usenn les ofslec tionur wilt t e sani tohe vtarliionus Caloiro obligetrto onr iA andins' Diaiyt eif e the eir this clssio t-a . a ive in r s arderaOeV. The Cses ca tlhe maorin tar an to d Gmrasntr u and emnol-. e is reie tio...

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. — 1 November 1868

deas Cnr. na aa am -Is dae" o -f .. ...... .r dathe, i ple~ tweesis etio to thi~onscenei o iqD m arrsd hre edtpitan ee  e theu hris oanter-in-1 J parrying her infante int weas they ne e thes set A, to thet.ho msof the hood th ardic.l of the dsea&,t rsa, tende red este lo ton ,-he tropoliea n pf he. oeka bs e the}se coie'doo A ercom sug their mfr deroas work thsh fdoe n eti'eated eupon :re cevatg inte alagtor wit ter ab t o f the aniy States troshe dipaehe by sea. Rousseau to -the--scene of oe tieps. toMme otyjal waoest. parish jail, Uion the, reeint of ushe news frii Sio. Ber nard, the city wasthrown into the most intense excitement. Remora. ee dated e direetione as to the action of the auihomtie particlarly of Pthe -ooot nf ad Chief a ''Polic. The latter, it appears, tendered hisn, resigaton to, the Meetropolitan Polio Boued,.unl re the ae gross on the fore were dismissed; his wneu complied witrh.e to i Immensh e throngs r oathere round the City Hall, tendering their service...

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. — 1 November 1868

o il+ ý. o 6 . 6 Drocins o eRnir yoý'iit- dlea. On: Sunday;, Oetisn8tb, the Most . b. Ar bisdi 4e4it.4to the servie_ ofodi the ((,tuaf So Thm uas, at Mamiaroip;, q~erniity.-Tablet: Mosart's ra s+ N0OrtbIa,1. 'llle Dklg in aScauNTo-aet one ..-Sun day, i instant, was ahe 18th inst., fthe Right Rev. Bishop O'H visited the pant ''withh I4Pm pastor, fo~iR:;L'Fflna ýhb -lait d , Frenebtewn,-LuOgd s scanty,, a; at the Church of 8 t. Marye, i ev. fpo brancis. Carewat, th and onf re e 0 personsc Deo~ans e or rer 9x;z-t. tofeoe,~re Rih to.T13 his chs.h was visited last oSuloc, n tdayeek day the Most . Archishop. SIt Gasie, morn aing and afternoon, many o the heare of the instructions of building a ntholw s. There were per administered cfir Dtt=t. 9tp, i directssion o.-fBy request of i Grae, thesg Most Rev. Archbishop of Cineinat, the Mosart's Massion was given by the Re t Dr.y that the leding solos were exquisitely rBuenda Vita, Mcthe.lloch and dirPond reek. aele.. BP p~roceeded toIn ...

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. — 1 November 1868

bee iade br een c...aro Ienote w had been wakeaed s echees. sl kk teseisarilds. for what hod said by thoswle -' .4 dldmtet ilr )ui4WBYtaadf the 4iiec&. i- afirmed (continuede h-Archbishop) that StE. Thomt Aled ed ^the:liberte'+a ot:.the clms p~mhgseresi e a afk be amaofthe country for whideSt'rt homas,, as a true i.Arilaeid:al dowahld liffe;and'thisdstate meat wa>amaet' bderii@oa. Ias.elnsidedag -the rat-a. dpan, namely, thatI "8. ,-hmlaasi diedfor the llbeetierod. thechauri, :it. will be wellto esmlae what taeeetlihrrtie are. ThtArchbishop then. explalned the ibetty of -tsaehing the truth of Divine reve li-r- the .liberty of jmlsdietiou, and ofm inciding b a exeludig, as was deemed right th liberty ot;hidiegpr - r as a; corporation, (which the church had asmuch right to do as the British-empire, sad ore for the church was entitled by ight), anJ the liberty of'eonSeienew' 'Nowt,'ome:said that liberty of coneelerse. mean e--private judgment hbut on the contrary, it 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. — 1 November 1868

her face grew'di as ~w of 6ve ab s he .that :But:he west otid.abe utndamtoed before he "Itsaeh * anl Syon; bet 1d esat tel nmind thah ss"came in latight Margsa et. [ ~t'wss. Sh o pure giil tworyear ago. ,you s e tapnIqsgAethe when yoctCtwwlitie saver*. I saw yon didn't seak-tqom ate. That wasn't ritht or wonuly, )Isttyj She hba S -mch tse-beria,.rget" bMd, i *d-other we men's acorn, mnay'ab Wa4' orSt of all. So, it might be all otis aid.ve Aber mnd, or in might be aelw'qe aramassb oed - fag to love asnth9y -a- w~it brought i * devil to her tempto but, howsoor. twas, she made up her mind to put an endot it -all yetbrday. `Shb made up mhe iu I say, that he, and him, andhe lig r tshould go together to hell, t it was f~i be;" do'n't think she cared where. . Yet ..Marget was a rosy jolly little thing only a~ year or two .... utua . uses had suiddenly grown qae_ _s;oa sve. ".Go on," she said, the red blood rushing _to6 hot face. The old man took her head in his trim. Sbling hands A...

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 November 1868

ý 'r ·ý J d r~~·: _ .,e 4, Y j q J. -. -"..t ,.., l :r ar ' r: PI a Zi b~ }& J4 . 't ;y f ý ' _y3_.," t" ! jz'.mv- · *·· .- : -. *** - -*h,ýiLi }( ! _ 7r '"tl Yi ý, r r..ý ý r)* (! ,l*rla i* ~l c ~ * -~ F- -. -.L ·~4. -.;.::n . la 1w i iigs T*." r6 0 Ii .. 7L ,?, F.}1t'ý. ktr 1rf ; ti'w xi T H , : * " . a Milr ýs 1"': e. " i~ l ';. t :J (ý ... w' ý,,,` NnJ# , ,'f·t .+i' 'rl '. . '.,.. .. 7 . ,'r ý ! r ., ý 'r " " ' .k ,.t" r . .r ' s .ý ! .. .ft ~ toP '".i'ý . er^Z t' - ". a;'^'1+`} t (, ( fý " ,ý . . x~ , .. "ý'"' (}o ,'-p~rr{~ý1~ ;,"ý: ,! "r~cJ r'J .. _ ý ý.,r+3 ...- 1 b' 0 ,ýi · 101 !! Maws. ·:·Q,, $ ,-i y a 47'~ Ic:i ~:-Sa Th rstimmhn .rsonsi Englanp d and the IUnlt&d teeWo hate no id of -what is meuat by _n tIri. p.tterPn, ,.wle.-- . bi many _rii e ts ancient custom is mie a tsod lt sinap T afitt'a in hondr ofthe'Pe n nSaint of thelocality in which it is held; the term patters being a corruptio of patronu Whoever-may pet chance read the following incidents of one of t...

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 November 1868

Wi t} STAR ANiIa t1AU .UW ltn5 . «T Dr. Adefdon, a distinguished hof elergyao n, Wi3e of the Catholic i7, -Dublin, and nephew of D. a Arch  bsho* of *Iestminster, deUlrea sermon e in St. Andrew's Church. New York, a bwh Sundays ago, the ajstance of which is re ported in tlh New aok World, - l lows: 'that ihedistinguished ve d t tbe~ Ject to which he would draw their that evening, though i teams 1mse first sight to have no d': that on whieh he last spoke to nI distinctly and strictly allied tI::-.W Whsle the Church of Rome was seatter the r ii civilised world, and yet ree was .o natIon n the face of the earth so intimately.ouae tho rotion to Romeas the nrtiodl-I r-Irld. That iacaon was remarkable for ti devotion aSd.-thorMught fidelity to nthe Holy e., d that devoton exited unintýoprritdly infe time WI when the -ureat apostle, t. Patrick, mmi- asoned by t. Celestinwent to evangelse thea Irish nation. Hala dilated at some length uepom the unwwerv - i fidellty it which ha- b l...

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 November 1868

p apiea4 e Msiononr hi o an; al r deolined tao' J.' EfT "Stitllthi j - 6if don; t'hde eseltay hLf the 'sui tion. ' ~sto ie iofit . W . ihdon.'y:' Ca "' drl.. .t t Qn·aewiir o~jya ~ foble-ss.aal wtoera . - ith el4 ieOs T ,bs ed de t her of thoseos tedii ia graound nasm t beripg otS -two shoaaeatu: - Lan sc..-'loias loyse, EIq.C. t has -ben selected bjk voteof 10 gainst t 12 for M Raitings; as the Liberal candi date .for the 4iet lj -ipornlty-for 1.l. Mr. BDose Tece iv,, hed esevrves, the hen artsy ongtai tal i ean sfriends. I At slate Li vuiek ptty'sessions, a young, man, nnamed JohnPdb pawnbroker's assistant,: ,V , pfit forward by Sub-con stable Hg, who chiirged hiim witlhusing t seditious ila ae. The policeidan stated t that he arres the prisoner for being drunk and disordely ; he resistad arrest and was very violent; when he was being g -put- the lock-up lsaboouted, "Ireland for the Irish," and addressing himself to 4 witness said, "if you took [my advice a'd i sentimenti- you'd ...

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 November 1868

- rrw.JW at #ma ·air ..o s.J soth . .o. a ssi 3e . 1e 0. • eg eral. ,,tn this .hav mad, =as.-e. blsem m er. wvbp . do ost ive th ·i abV 1E Di.e 811 l Boar Dwils3e lri ed on . h e i ation of the paper amongst families isn ter than all the thter weeklies in e ety this ofers the best opportunity sh for yeu e to have- yoarýdvertisements li read and reread du ringe the week. a isend i your advertisements io pos- an this oA Thursday evening. cawvalers for the eonax Sd Aext, t o MOBLE.- e e1cingly r gret thatoS the 1aska.e andm Moabsle was rceinry ci-ut -as wve were gof g toh press, am~ns f lh th o ite~ cth...an alt eot tbi issue. Itn wast bowever, in part anticipated, as the ' ex traet was poublished in a fo dver nibem. Wen t .-s------;-- --" p's~ sha aRlways e gd to hear from our resec ed corre po i u entt EW I.Th-Our people have for a long pe-a ridbeen engaged inra actnimated contest,which engrossed the attention and absorbed the thoughts of all classes. The rlt, in a local oint of vie...

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 November 1868

. . . roagldwr a I ghthrglathe . s Main D splatten .a' ofa eeil bsas enth vto t the two-thir .ats ty, M thmd U s trthore t har e o swark- qt . lse vdmeat to its o ginal enoompoi. taut elee imo quiet Poulio: -r T he ea sle r qet p g- - " aisses ao s conra rsalua tiengr.st the ong EprES ie Iabbsth stillness. 'lie - i :ots`o S~iptl. -L It ia stated tha ea.Dla s ihater-i o ,Tos for e teIr, l choset leadsa .jt rhe subus admrtortston I esSablishaipelt. Altogef the ese is a o cauthe intgr tn es, and sup Fonurs SnUxAx. - It is stated ' that en.Du ,rrles lnsasictios for electons, i libreIstoIsean of the Cuban administration o etstabilshluglibrty of the ppress, dvisIna of the islnsfd into 'three provinces, and' sup- t . Ther I .es- asrts that the .... m "be 3 ... " Povonal To'ern-ent ---9 b-ni.a- i n , , ..m n The King of Prussia, opening the Diet, a1a, -nw sources oi revenue are needed to meet-icts ed expeases. Relations with uo Ir a monarchy. Contreras t Porto Gsoolba W.Magseto., Ii*e...

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 November 1868

,Pws.... Monthy xdfa ' ka bigh p amoug th e odicals w 50ae elality to umisaitwr. :4tUfy every. t1ig ,even remotely aeneeted with the; Catolic clhurch'.',0 ' hiip silueu hin a athenue Cmbear p t ' arretred tt ntion, w n". :with sapp rent canor, but of coa's tin with ?he a.th.e ib giProtestautl rl o to r ". imtanees the edito·r, 'aVrme4illeifare i ig' awayaplatable truths. TheeY . I a.atlyiat/ed% for ;o clean ho a J e a pared to admit that at"- goed eni come . out of Nar.~ : n an p article ire omit-two -paragmrpah the , bst ' ' of 1 which .is that in this age of ne*spapers, platforms, saibools, a"d tibiaries, it a impos sible to go backto Tetsel and Tozrquemada-= that hAte Surboone is neveragan to decide a' quarrel betwmeea su~ and fact,etc. Such platituded, b ·iipOpe _was. leeesait~y as a tub to the PrOtefsntinYhhkle. If it renders the deghititleon o fthe animal easior, the ex posure of tlio ,faiaoy may be. charitably postppned.for a season. We subjoin the ar ticlde: If everthier...

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 November 1868

den, James J. Sheridasp, J. J. Moone, L.,. hmidt;,. E. Safi ,, O. 8. ., J. J. % j O. 8. .n- s Seme th the ol Ointeresting bee of "T t God Nicholas A. Boeighor s, ttat s ta ovE. Hen0 personsy, J. . Mooney, w.ho ' Me4edthe, e trea Conwayhch the A., everend . P d-elema .r ad ISt:Pam&crc, for them. Then eat ofth.ot o St.o Vincent dle Paul, of St. ade, sof Parkh, have an twh shove feld of ci thelborme and the aid thes rendered them will G od and your eigho matedaturd ymorn- e that over 150 te ceremony of tee Reli-who st eragnotyed the pne treat the Conreverent of bian Aven ad. Te Very RDr. he O'Con nor, rectr f the Seminary Paul, of St. Charles Paul's church, have An extensive-field of. hit labor, aron olatedd the Nvaid thus rendered them will a eat - mathe sacred veil and ring which • ]locI orUne avan.-Oa Sunday,.n ph D. D, administee the sacrament of Con-te wa airmation to 256 o f Sdidaters St. Matry Agnes w Mchrcy, cornershohken.-Br Eadieet OadColiu C biandad. venue TheVery Rev....

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 November 1868

Looucamoso sas.stns' als. was. m ore th UUan.8e }tp' uter T b fewkifeiiea sof T*h - Sln3adt was resentedable 4h 661 men from town,a '' succeeded 1i4 Pis what he was to tdie seue, W hen dens withina t-trta. e overturned" glasses ant ' to. about td directions, coat- were rent bee from f up re b lackthen were oflt averws eiP ,lasad tsttself was maa j tnue f for sopaeasUie whle -thO ir l fe r e -lio  n  . I.- " . o.b e! of oldrti et i batmwnta, and rltn, in the.eisintion hof boatifes. T eo r e cdous so far eonetfoh5to wit adjust eirdlweaites asa to shake hands, hae and erat one ayuorintae er t peote the Bob Foster, 4c tafford and Pat M-bl had-onue r udqoestr, t lo 4lf res mence, me .to harhrs e in referencesi than the sh oo- o o a fw b` hats "antdie rioding o few A mastqi. The greaed thp matter o witch iwm or lleging that Casidey was trien, dor. e*e e to rescue frodid. thege those for whoprevm lie] upon, they wpriestac m a concedb advse pe As it w min hastemng UeW hat ad-s roo vmas...

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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