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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 15 November 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. — 15 November 1868

naIWae STr AND CATEOJm 3 SgHI . Sw oaBLIuA.x SgNoDAr . NOV]aUR 1s5. 15a His Grace, l Rev. Archbihop Westminster, ssqa: Wheq darkne~)ePst on the Egypt, " wherseevor e hildre dwelt there wasul:ght. ..'Of the E m-no man aw hIs bo there , of self out of thi place where The light in the bomes of Israel w of thi world. It came from H4 whe ,35ht," and in "whom "there st ' Every household was fiUll*Otom, of His presence," and the 4 of His and care. Such was the type of tie Church world; as Isai s esfe:* "e': enlightened, O Jer m* for ty come, and the glry of the 7:dt upon thee.- .~.or behold, da cover the earth1 and a mist the p the Leil shall arise upon thee, sd glory shall be seen upon thee. And Gentiles shall walk in thy light, and kin in t~e hb htnme nf thy iinng. The wold was in darnees,and the shadow of death, when in the households ofJerusa lem a new and superniatural light arsse, and from Jerusalem spread from heart to-heart and from home to home, -while as yet all was dark around...

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. — 15 November 1868

=Oao . 20 uA ND' 4Sina wo NEW OaLL, S, D. Z _ ,. ....15. i 5. ATBIl, the inh - t hata of Bal i were-treated x11 of the 666, which- is called into . men ac. nt. Parliament. On: th e ame day ftihe O Blackburn were also at thde in p0"0 aitio ,to a-Ltbersl meetiogu oL erove , and broken heads and smaabhsedw.sda were the results of tha6 e60iaiman b1et*i the partisans. Several of the borough : lice weroe am atte weaded. Mr Michoite theý Irish Constabulary a toec r& 0Y st Ballymeta with a putrs.of sid subseribed-by tho Inbitbltset'f4BdUy tie. C4s ow.-AnUinquest as tecpStly kel at F alptin, by DavidCampionUsq:a oon. ty coroner, on view of the body of a wo man named Ellsa Dwyer, aged& f.ty-eight .-whodied in the act of waling clothesl : A verdict was returned in accordanee witl the facts. Deceased was the wife of a small farmer, in the parish of Urgling,and leaves three or four children to mourn her loss. Coa.--The Cork Farmer's Club have endorsed, Messrs. Emith Barry and Me Ca...

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. — 15 November 1868

i ·" r'ai .' euWsys OrLUAU,. ; II . 10. 33 ;. ..IBIIIU Tr.aud s e at . sptr i mo` isaDPlp s Lhe it-this o t bs op rt lessead virgin Maadr. PAPAL siinaami terOeSa o wat h.et O . Total ato da te... .].... . bEROVAus,.. , The 4Oý at Ponstae the osutS - Catholis Negone- is removdedfrs, 1tP therh ep a Ch o ADV fENlao o eTAo will be published en S hrday next, the s22 inet.e, togeas therwit arMu circs "ation of the paper amongst , aseltes is greater Sthan allu the other weke.. in the criLty, ti offers the best opportunity for you to have your advertisements n Send in you r advertisements if pos sible onwill Thursday evening. xt, DiOe cESE OF NEW Ot.,and ANs-Ordinatios. grO Wedted than e 4 th istt the Most Rein Archbishopt, this onferd or ordest the Arch epiecpal Chureh. on N. C. Voilanova, belong. ing to the Aposu to hliave oVicar advertisements edl ad re-reTomas Hesldurin, received the week.sacred tom'Send in sour advertiasements fo poei - order of Sub-Deacof n Fridant the 6th inst., f t...

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. — 15 November 1868

yet ..st end of the a, r. It ay o w be ins yreaHtt St U i a teralEre Hou shelld awod ted in " pthat bvents ji ,be tt w. easyef the litIte. ranactio lreafyn an dbra abei noveament towards indepehdence is on foot there, probd i a case. If te lted States Gn ern poleon. In isel aollow Wasinly hivengto'ot jeanrpeaS waed would afford it the oppior tanity of retrieving the omeree - and shipping importance of which itwas shorn during the late dometie mwar. - Of coursq.such.a contingency would also towarduce indterpendencey to a prompter restora tion of know section to the enjoyment of all its rights. It is no time to keep up a feud with your neighbos.when your house is in dangpr o4 burning. An event like that above intimated Iwould create a conflagrra tion by 'whose light our offended baethren would see.thle propriety o low agnaimity, and brotherly reconcllatioL much more dia s tinctly. iren do evil an w o rdGod brinsood from it. The Association of--eal Estate owners is going about the redr...

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. — 15 November 1868

S ..r lq.'dik. c ~pbi 4odqe1i, iodi ously t t the authority ot lurc a dhe ffesey of prayer, I hae ,' ma .estIn .ethan' I have in re Sthq rality of that usual order of ?rovidueoe leh is the more comnimon ex preshid 6 His will. No new fact in sei enes hat to spa each a gauntlet of criticism and tests as a new. mnisale@in the Catholic Church; but when, aftr the most 'areful examination , it ihas been auntheutimated by thebI fely Father, we credtt it as uureserv e las w",do thoteU etQi'd* in the New was c eae,. :s :diiples. should (e greater thigs tmhan he bhad done i Were not the Cape ,U lftFore commenclng their ministry tb w eiIt Jerisalem until they w8e endued itbpe.from one.high You know how SatQloýwer was mniasfeted on the day of Pat-teco t. And a our Saviours last ml rabdhus appearance, before His ascension lite Heaven, did he not join with the very obligaton to perpetuate his religion the prosiie of its perpetual attestation by a catalogte of mlirstle as wonderful as any y...

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. — 15 November 1868

13J16-og ng,for .never o-8Trmm.-,, man. wo has .a; t0 among the m.ts teot that, at fnabeleve ihe on" a` ewell; esbyteis do~nat care wt man Swhat a m .does or believes if lya be.egatohe lar Chukrh. on~brm maeans diaconuietted, "you t he cobbler has a sole purpose in-life. short man became attached to a tall m, and somebody said he had fallen rve with her. "Do you call it falling= re T said the suitor; "it's more likhe bing up toit" on't ersons who need watching-Those who u or know what time it is. Do you water ytheir milk asked ourh. maddy of her milkman. "No, madam, we water our cows," was the answer. man out West, who offered bail for a d, obblerwas asked by the Judrpose if ho had uhombrance on hisame farm. "Oyttacheds, my omand soebody said he. . ad fallen allo, Jaker. where did you buy those P S" I did t by'eitor." "Wet' , where n on get them higooked 'e who." ellow whas told timt three yardit ofis. lot, yong wet, would shrink t asked oa r f of hWellr milkman. "No, in madam, ...

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. — 15 November 1868

MnaBOIe BA AWD damUM w Nmamawam 11w ORLUANw SVNDAY, Nw OB amBEtS, wee. [CONCLUDED IaOx 11sr ra AGs.] . when he had':reached the entrance of .the castle he felt that he was unable to aseepd the winding stairs. The trial was spared him. • He had not gained the middle of the court belbree was,grasped once again by thef r the next' instant a .pir of arms were dped around his neck there was a wild exalting laugh of triumph and, as his brain reeled, he fell with a loud shriek that curdled the blood of his companions up stairs. The piercibg scream, echoing up through the old castle, made the three men at the fire leap to their feet, and gaze with pale faces and quivrin'g lips at each other. Even the sarcastic humor had vanished Irom the cripple's face, as; crossing hbim self, he devoutly sitil, "God preserve us, boys, that's awful! Ikt us see what it is." They rushed down, but all was dark darker even to them than it would have bees had they not. just left a brightly blasing fire. "Are ye...

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. — 15 November 1868

r_ - isON IpsN ,. EWS . i AWTrR t..3*) the Oth ult., the inhabi tuts of Balmatorret were treated toa -grand overture on-the-resat Orange'; .of the 666, which is called into tee . every "sliver" Saturday to d rvleeto stone who is ambitlo of becomlingat meistfler b Pari t ... a e of on the thOreags elofd Blaekcburu re also at their work in oppo . sit~ln iLberal meeting. Arowensued, 'c an oken head5-a5fl4 smashed windows ere the results of the -s-.tion between the partisans. Several of the borough po-j~ lice *ere amongst the wounded. Mr. Michaebsl Brown, sergeantin the Boyal C Irish Constabulary Was recently jresnd, a at Ballymnea, with a puree of sovereigns,' subscribed by the inhabitants of Bislycas- t tie. t CaLnow.-An inquest Bras ratly 'hel@ at P-alatine by David Campioo,;Esq., coun ty coroner on view of thebod of a wo man named Eltz Dwyer, iged forty-eight, who iaid in the act of waing gelothls. A verdict was returned in accordance with the facts. Deceased was the wife of a sm...

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. — 15 November 1868

. t ta~Wit. -4one. hea bean coe. - - ! 4  AlWherearb ou goinma' aar sked a e he .. shau'idto :have a rich lo plexi n.e nhade a ta amo e sects reports that,o o far as he can I yr, theIUtartsns don't whatm eshe does well. the is te least pop.care wat a man Woe r e oly believes ; the Episopalians '*ornever& Swhat a mEn does manor belo ieves a sadly beng to their Churco. a t among the director. " Theports that, dir as he can 1 ih Unitarians don't ' h Presb tino means di rwhat a manyou i eif belive the prefor perseveran The obberhas a nsole purpor se in life. A short man became attachedngs to atheir Chrctall roman, and somebody said he had fallen n love with her. "Do you call it falling a n lovii" said the suitor; "it's more like limbing up.to it" Persons who need watching-Those who a ever know what time it is. g " Do you water your milk ! asked our e andlady of her milkman; "No, madam, b at we water our cows," was the answer. c -A man out West, who offered bail for a iend, was ask...

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. — 22 November 1868

,i: .!-~~~%~· · L' ~ r ·~r .. . e 7. . r.. ," . .. ,I. :. . , . .  r._- ,.--. .. . •: .. : • '"" Pahaata ioP'-e-,,o lee Qrsvl,,r muot. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE.THE FE-ET OF T*'EM- AT BRING GLAD 'TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS I" T rmr-.roar Dam Paaam, inA~ . VOiLUME IL. .NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY~ .ORNI]NG, NOVEMB[ER fl,, .868.. NUMB]ER 420. -~~~~ ,,,.,., . .. I . . MORIXrne 3Ax CATROLIC mEsUrUGE3. NErW ORLEAN S . NOVEiMER M., ls. THE LADY'S LEAP. Among all the fair and peaceful land scapes of England, none fairer and more seemingly peaceful than Leyland Hall and Park emerged from the transparent dark ness o tl-lh-e -ifolt night of last year. The mansion occupied the summit of a rounded knoll, at the head of a long irregular mere, almost hemmed in with deep woods of bircl and ash, save where they receded from the lake, as if in respect for the relics of old religious magnificence which rose from the water's edge, at the distance of three or four hundred yards from the modern man sion. It would be d...

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. — 22 November 1868

wonwlwo- ·a m a -- - OEREITo SdAR AND CATHOLIC MESSENGER. ---NW ORLEANS. SUNDA&Y. NOVY.MDERE 2'2. rr& TEE CARTE DE VISITE. The following incident we And narrated in the Ave Mar'ia of November 14,-- The names there are given in blank, no doubt through delicacy, as the contributor is the clergyman who was instrumental, under God, in bringing about the conversion of the lady. We see no impropriety in giving the names in fall-the nameof the-Minalter being Calderon de la Baresa. Madame Cal deron de la Barca was chosen by the Qeen of Spain, some years ago, to superintend the education of the Prince of Astarias. She was likewise the author of a life of St. Ignacius de Layola. Lady. Herbert, in her late interesting work on Spain,mentions the exalted position the lady occupied among the highest nobility of that nation : Mme. Calderon de la Barea was the nc coniplished lady of the Spanish Ambassa dor, Senor Calderon do la Bares, who was for many years the Minister Plenipotentia ry 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. — 22 November 1868

NEW OIedA't SEmptt. so ft. Igoss.& monw_US _ZZWS.w - _ 'jraxx.-On the 9th alt. a most e -tractive o on burst out n us the Gilfrd pin. g t ll wtheoltZQ~ Ot bar, Me Eo. Wbsli91#e occa sloed the .0 Iiwe ·s III·1· itt about ,432l0 '7 bI;'- diitaarstood, is fIolly .o Qbypiitswn ti of the leading hoKmE.te1  rfPw Hrald toll* of., the, re yieat, cJytfbP.p ' tt -011,4e a bg _ a~nf thes exltanatn atinfctr dls-e p.a mre N . , Thb e oapto hb,, ain .'.l a basi rqee, ! rto sgtoI" 6h~ p 'ab%' - l 6b ~Veport oni Sundty pirevious, o WitA o %ko9erf .thavmaster, 4o*wnuV. eant Vni t, who foF Mr. 3144 be e leaptn o harnaeby Ag-hade, near Cork.J'in t Sealg M27, Wilt Lyis, J: P.; dS atrietke Bridge; as e was Iing .corted' to prson, sae so ited taet getitlan'sijlte*KEace. Ur. Lvrons, ,eem The Cork Beporter says: The sbip Re ginai.fromf ther lauriiua, with sugar, ar Rived bere on Saturday morning, October -17, having on botisd a Fenian convict, who had been given to the captain in charge by ...

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. — 22 November 1868

KORING AB "AND OA C Y>.=GER. Lr Wu ieL m a nio. 140 Te Mewr Orlaee' Q.. --- j ,,tuA.D- p The Mtos of he Compoeoy e rintr 11 The M0a Gec j --eraler s Vrl, bTO . sH aE ,O Die RSeTHeEe. . B. T.JBM "C" lMNsw. .. . .. DuvOr, C. ESS. ., T," se.A s .a-mt ceMcC- s lipTo Mr. Jon. el of'srT sur the orToi exl Se.c.i t Tu  y...n of muotr lpes D mere rsma.o tra ..o. - rpinem T ,e., TnrCet.. y Haw, solid Ninp oarel n ......nhag.square t IIaett advrthersmto, o avltthe rn of the paper, . lest Insertion, 1 50 per msquere; etch subeeqouet lamer. ; oi Lawlt r thae . rio t.be hariedM ew each iae rti o e r h o s o Trm. arotty fort whol ofsards th hird 'itll b oanrdtrha l a ierxset. Ibeminel lOn ilo.l lattU i to be charged anN.W ORLANS. SUN=AY. ovR t. 17, 19%5. Sumesdy.. ...Ncv. 54-St. John of the Croem, Religioum. Wednseday-Nor. 95-St. Catherine, Virgin and Martyr. Tbredsay...Nov. 95-St. Slivtm obbout. y $--St Gregy e rPturoort a w. t sau for hia noutsy i up w is clatte PAPAL SU3SO3IPTIONS. r ...

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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