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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 22 November 1868

by f, I. ý, ttl* Sisteroff: the Ok ,,As wasamanmoneedmQS3 ago, our pae crliiita'* pihe-prs- vid 0r 0 m; t e tho SqU-t .the world-' h Peoor. They arenow; -i re w = c * .i ael .ulw. tmte hwho ups stu imenoIn. T. p ar e s to delive th leture whiche, as our D re peet t ela .idel rciistly an eedfu nort tomorrown eV.e ,g (Mondey) at-_SL. Alphonsus' Hall. tf 'This attention on the part of our venera- 4. ble Ahbishop tothe necessities of his peo ....1 d e- inrv g of the leharty endorsement a of th orhole community. He had burdens gl enough already to bear, but seeing that aft debit o has began to prevAil in our a] mldi;am the alleviation which this Order s es well knows bow to bring to the miseries me ofabject poverty, he determined to make in. every effort to secure their assistance in A the grand work of charity. fas -HRe has 'succeeded. To him will be awarded the honor of having transplanted ha within our amitb an Order whlose future ,, development and usefulness no one can on measure...

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. — 22 November 1868

gna a gow l CATaol. MElr85EB any andy iW ORLEIA , SUnDAY, aYNOVEMBEn t 92. ls. ainte EL&OKWOOD ON WULEY. Refs amo The last number of Blaackwood'sMagaline nita contains a biographical notice of John Wes- f ley, dealing, however, more with his public busa taii priyate life. The general tone of the Geo * sketch is laudatory of the inventor of Meth- st odism, with occasional deductions from an- a d assailable premises, ahovwing"iow large a share of pride and intense selfishness entere toa into his character. What will be thbught tP 'of a young Cantab who questions thus about Thomas a Kempis not There is indeed in his life, as in that of not the most emphatically religious men, a cer tain want of perspective, or, if we may use the the word, an absence of the Ordinary vari- Ind ety of level which marks. the more or less momentous incidents of life. His difficul- E ties about Thomas a Kempis seem to bulk rigl as large in his mind as those about his or- beit dination; and on the smaller...

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. — 22 November 1868

NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. NOVEMBEi 2, t XADAME DE LAfAYZTTE . The French public were '4darmed three years ago by the appearaeree'of a' bloglrphy of Mme. de Mon g-~Aine-Pa.l-Domi nique de Noalle4;` r atile do Montagu, was destined by 'her birth to live in tlhe most briliant'of *worTds, when the revoln tion of 179 broke out. Her father -in-law and her husbanl emigrated, and she follow ed them. The tableau of her life is only .1 thee history of long sauerings, which lshe i endured with admirable courage' This a touching recital!has just received a comple- ' ment still more interesting, in a life of a Mine. de Lafayette, the istaer of'-Mie. do t Montagu, preceded-by a memoir of their I mother, the Duche Duhese d'Ayen. To increase o the interest-Mine. de Lafayette has written o herself the memoir of her mother, and her I ownhistor ghas been written by herdaugh- e tor, Mine. de Lasteyrie. Never was there g a family so fruitful in heroic women, sa- n credly devoted to their duties and tried by ...

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. — 22 November 1868

NEW oNING bN SU3 DAY. - ovxhN 9% I868N. ~- ------------K ·Th Letter from Plaquemine. oli PLAQuEMINE, Nov. 12, 1868*. bl Xesurs. Editors- eel The "ides of November" have come, and sf ter them, the news in geneal gnd partieulnr. So general, that it diaappoint. At the result o we feel no great disappointment, for it was evi- Th dent to the thinking that the contest between PI the two great parties would be close, at best; the but, after all that was told us of cheering ni prospects, and the herculean efforts of some cli great and good men, we were not preppred to ral find the Democracy dwindle down to little bet- da; ter than a hopeless minority. So it is, how- di ever, as far rs we of the South are concerned. The-" great conaervati"element" of theNorth sli is a myth. We of the South have built high aio hopes upon their action,but we may and should ics after this discard them. It is nbw clear that ani we must " look out for number one"-go to - work to right affairs at home, and to make...

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. — 29 November 1868

---r, I / Vt7! r _ -Publication Ooe--No. 10 CGravier street. "HOW BEAUTIBUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS QOF GOOD THIGSI" Terms-Por Dollars PerAnnum, in Advance. VOLUME I. . NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER .9, 1868. .i N R~IR. A. MORNING STAR AND CATHOLIC MEBSENGER. NEW OELEANS. BISNDAY. NOVEMB3ER -. I9se. TWO GHOSTS OF ST. NICHOLAS. Scarcely a century ago, I was one of four hundred boys who comprised the pupils of a large Catholic seminary situated in the northeast of Belgium. We formed a strange and heterogeneous assemblage, we students at the ancient College of St. Nicholas; an international assemblage to boot; with representatives in our ranks of almost every nation of the civilized world. Greeks afid" Swiss, we numbered amongst us; English, Irish, French, Germans, Poles, Peruvians, Spaniards, and Americans-waifs and strays front all quarters of the globe, who camne to perfect themselves in the dead languages, and pursue a course of huumauitariatu study und...

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. — 29 November 1868

MORNING STARt AN~D CATHOLIC MESSENGrR. NEW ORILEANS, s4TNDAY. OVEMtIUEIt 2t, 18418. " LOFFICIAL.] The -American College In Rome. Appeal to the wtealthier among the Catholes of" the Ln itcd States. BELOV~ID CIIII.DIIEN IN CIIRST sT You are aware thlatsome y arsi ago the clus ter of nutional Colleges in Ronte was increased by one, and that one was the College repre seuting our own nation. Almost every nation ihad previously been represented there; the Irish, the English, the Scetch, the French, the South American, etc. At last the deficiency was supplied, through the munificenee of our beloved Pontiff, Pils IX.,. who generously be stowed a spacious and centrally located site for the purpose. Our College was opened, and it has already trained a number of priests for the American missiln; while it has also been a place to which Americans inl Route, no matter what their faith, might resort, alnd feel. that they were at holle. Uinfortunately, hlowever,sufllcient lmetans were not lprovide...

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. — 29 November 1868

tIOmINO STAR AND CATHOLIC ESSENGR. ci NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. NOVEMBE 29s, 6les.? L3ozM*lIM5aOa5 SK NrW. " A.rraL.--Tb Belfast Observer, of Qotober n 31st, says: TMe approaching election.is still 0 the absorbing topic of interest, and sppcu latlon is rife as to the result. Squibs, more or less personal, are circulatingin every di- P .rection. The latest manifesto comes from the pen of poor old Dr. Cooke, who al- v though living, antbeing' resolved todie a h Presbyterianr. is rmmned to,"stat by" V the Church $tablishment, approves of ti n addresses-of: Sir Charlea Lqnyon and' t#r. N IMulholtand, and calls upon the "Protest- a nt electors" to support these worthits. a HI thus concludes his singular address:- a "Fellow-Protestants, be faithful to your k country, to your ro giond and to your God. sa Be watlchful against the insidious advances p of Popish error and despotism; be united in defence of lib rt and truth, and IHowho C rtileth King of hat.ions will bless and pros- a per your c...

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. — 29 November 1868

MORNING STAR AND CATHOUIC BUS5ENGER. Ss lNeo Orleans Cholic PubDishing iomani , at No. 140 Poydrae street, betwee n amp and St. Char streets. The Directors of the Company are: The Most Rev. Archbishop J. M. Opi. Presadent. Very Rev. N. J. PatcumX, V. G., Vice President. Rev. T. J. SMIT, C. M.; Rev. J. Is. DUVFY, C. SS. Q .; Rev. J. FLAxAOGA; Mr. HUOG o McC)SKEY; Mr. JOIIN McCArewur. Treasurer; Mr. T. FrrzWlLLuIAs, Secretary. All eommunication. are to be addressed to the Edi tor of The Morning .ar and Catholic Messenger. T5rms of suebsription, Four Dollars per annum. Single copies Ten Cents. Advertisements insortei at the rate of $L50 per square, iht lines, solid Noeparil,. constituting a square. Transient advertisements, having the run of the paper, Srat insertion, $1 So per square; each subsequent loser 1ion 75 rents per square. Atvertlsements inserted at intervals, to be charged as new each insertion. Regular advertisers, who advertise largely, shall be allowed such discount fro...

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. — 29 November 1868

gOgRIXg 1A E AND OpATHOI.I GUENEN nEsW O ] i S DAL,' NovBaxaE aeses 8 EZIWP 01 SSE Wilt. Board of Aldermen.-A recopniderbtion of the market ordinance,to aloli4h the ofco of Super. intendent of Markete; 'aeale dlarie out of or., der. The resolution of the Lower Boartd-sta6 lishing a Drainag- BoLdtd, was concurred in. A resolution wws adopted to have the list of 'delinquent tax payers publisliel tn the Cresceh t. / A resolution of the lower loart~ was concurred in to meet in joint sqpaion on Tuesday next to elect city officers;- As was lik.wiso a resolu tion allowing the School Bdord .2000 for rent. A communication was rqceived from the Pro perty Holders' Association,upretestinu against increasing the debt of the city, and referred. A resolution authorizing an exchange of lots was adopted. ' Board of Assistant Alderimes.-The Board met Tuesday evening. The Treasurer's weekly re port showed, receipts, 7,010 i gipenditures, $29,956; balance on hand. ,4'71. A resolu tion1 from the 'uppe...

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. — 29 November 1868

MoRNINO STAR AND CATHOLIC )MmIEWGAZ . NEW OILE.ANS; SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 22. tB 8a. Letter from Bay St. Louis. 1868. Dear Sirs-Having been prt" *the-ER. amination and Exhibition of the students of St. Stauislans College, I feel that a few remarks concerning such anl excellent Catholic institu tion will be acceptible to your numerous read ers, and at the same time a simple act of jus tice to that deserving establishment. Lot our Catholic Schools and Colleges be kiow'n and they will ,be liberally patronized. This is my motto, and I am-only sorry that my humble e,. ertionrs will fall so far short of what I have proplsed to myself. " The examination began onl Monday, the 16th inllstllt alld adwas conltitinuet tile same evening and :also. the foll),iing day. To say that it wvas pr llJr-t suctces-s would be useless wolrds; if I alut-i that it surpassed the umost sagluillne 'expltat'lioru of it., earinest admirers, I should be nlctartr' tihe truth. Although manluy of tlhe youtng- r lil-i ,ls...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 29 November 1868

XORNING asas AND CATHzOLC-.EIBEe N. NW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. NOYVEMBER S9, 1808. Internal Fires of the Earth, (For the Morning Star and Cathdlo esasenger.] The concluding passage' of-an editorial in a late number of the Neo Ick- Freeman's Journal says: "Tihe royldpropliet David, when kgtold how ' The Heavens declare the glory of God,' was the ipggest of astrono mers; and iis treatise on the4'Science" is the most important for men moving about on a Ball, on fire at its centre, and constantly burn ing and consuming towards its ciedimferenee." And the Picayune of Novepber 22d, in an article on the "Troublings of the. earth," says that " Prof. Loomis, a madl of great reputation, imagines that water has broken in on the fiery nucleus, and.that these con vulsions,the earthquakes, are the effects of the explosive power of the steam thereby geperated." The Pic. further says in the same article: "This earth is, astronomi cally speaking, an extinguishedstar; that is, it was originally a globe of ...

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. — 29 November 1868

MORNINIG sTAN iAND EOL.IO URSEIUMZ. NEW OXILLANS. SUNDAY, NOVM[BER 29, 1as8. RELIGION AND BTSIPETABILITY. f 2r,'1poor ye have always with you." Protestants, in a great measure, ignore this passage from our Saviour. In the con troversy, some years ago, between Kirwan (Dr. Mchlurry), and Bishop Hughes, (as he then was), the former tauntingly, said: "Visit the brick church--Dr. Spring's ansd St. Patrick's Cathedral, and mark the dilibrence between the respective congre gations as they issue from those edifices." That is, Dr. Spring'speople were clothedin patent leather boots, fine linen, and unex ceptionabloe beavers--the Catholics---well,. they constitute a great majority of God's poor, for whom the Church is so -licitons. Protestants themselves are awakening to the stern reality of their fail ure as a church, as will be seen by the fol lowing paragraph from the Church Union, an Episcopal organ, and indorsed b$ the Chicago Adrance, a Yankee-Puritan-Con gregational hebdoitadl.: Somet...

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. — 6 December 1868

?~ :b .. .., .. i.I .,o bir-....jZ atlr,~ w ý ý [ {J·; o . -, laato Oma-]to: oee Ozr street RO BEAUOTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF TE HT'RNGLDTIDNS OF GOOD THIN4GS !" Wu~s-]~ inZs-' A--, , e; o, · NE OLAS.UDY . N ,. DECEMBER{ 6, ....868,E : VOL NUM ER;z · l11l !a W- ZEsa- me A s, DCErA. Dea , ases. 1 UNDER SENTENCE OF DEATH. It was three o'elock on a fin warm aftersn i inthe la rend of ApriL The garden athe _rear f-ibecmfortable, whitewaShed th l e thatheid cabin was abundantly stoctwh eay cabbmgo and potatoes; e g bore a the leek of umblde pom ir - the blue. t smk Curling up m tade-re on thlkitchme , to the green m ow where the cows were lIn peaee ll inating. A broad river, glisten g in the n's rays, rolled a smogothly beide the n wall ,of their t patdrse. . 1 Yet Kat Moran stood her father's door, looking sadly across tid river to the mass of ppine., house, and sjares which rose on the "Mother, I can't oeep my eyes off that dread flhplace I" said she, turning as she spoke to an elde...

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. — 6 December 1868

XOZWENG ras AND ATHOL ama f Ro . l1 orW s OErLs, S I.DAY. DEnCNMB3Rt.-4S ^ A SAD WniEC.-In one of thrr ecifder's Courts yesterday, a boy scaroely" twentYr was arraigned for larceny. VL strange history r ve. is an instance of natural depravi~y spreely credible. He is the son of a man If esW . -H every wish is gratifled, and moneay law ished on him without stint. Notwitmt5fuldfl this, he appears to have an irresistible psechmnt for theft. Morethan a dozen timeshe as been detected -in these ofences. Heretofore, family considerations have enabled him to a old the pensltiedue his transgressions; but it is de termined now to let the law take its course. W'hat will 1. the upshot of the mattet ofoourse, - no one can tell. It, as it iseontaendetby may, that it is a mania withhi.n he oug Sunished. There are many such in the world e may be one of them :-On the contrary, wealth'alone should not enable him to evae r1 justly merited penalties.--l'iiapse. Thtproper training of the youth of 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. — 6 December 1868

_- ,tn e 4th A e be p t . of 8rother- 8t. tton e to C reute om rowee of she hrestr g nounea the death T J P eong ,known in the mer p au j fjng tl st r~month ile ,o' ub ehs connections with -;, w v- 'Commk To tee Cof neil -t on • l,6ehi asbebL da resolution on Counie duc of the Lor Sthe Cors Policeg announceo the death; ttateiey -early age of fifty-two, of Janie St.-Pritatesq. J. P., iong known in the m15th rtll~hbeo dthrgent, hwas connhar ecio with the U lster anking thrempang,of which he rws, dlretokasice' Ite year 1848. Coax.-The Cork Town' Council-met on r, e.6 t i passed e a resoltion wouldn the- nibtLob P PO'Sullivan, T. C. "hit .ch the bl cy Bobbniduct of t he Lord Lieutena.nt Constable i t receive a dproseta tion from Limerickh , in reference to the par tbr of the Fenian prisoners. ,A$ t: the Cork Police Office, on the 5th anst rvat James Roonaey, of the Stan Brih Regiment, was charged with b a painlt-. igname polies and t reteninor, hil iaccom paior, that le, as an- Is...

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. — 6 December 1868

IOeIN. e 5Tha AD CATL1a JUmW z. !is R2et Oribs CM slktPaM 0 º, at XNo 1 • Xswretrsl M swPU - .awesreb +. " . The Dtreotors of thieCoaay omn edi The Most ear. rhib. N De, President e Very l rar. NJ P a V."., VI Preurl~e t. Nv. T. ,. Smiru C. IC _. ,,it tiI mROT. J. YL AA n tI ]tr uLtI ll Oý ueid we to be adr tothe Towo n of se to• Dolla pe s . h Rindse oopls Ta. Conle Adrertaseaie- nsOrtelat thereto o* f t * epr sur1 e h bU ay oi ..... D.- cond 8tnst | IqAr Mondayt . drsrtae nt " arlttre aae. tro lias rtLn, t 00 per srare;o eoqh sube0quent iae to-0, t Onats poere uate. *fW ORLEANS. SUNHDAI. DUCEMTR 6. 1C61. nto lotw Oasaanxa 1O,. -T " " CALZNDA* OF' T! wi. Sonday ..... De. --Second Sund.ay i Adrve Monday. 1 ... t-.t A-bto Dce sbr. m aboon Dowr. - Tueday. ...Del . .-Feast Tf the Iaiumacla Calnp s Wednesday Dee. 9--St. utychlen, Ibpepsad] rat. nh TourdaLy...Doc. 1O.-Tralatio of this Boly Hotie o th D...... c. Il-St VLdaasai Poa i f aturidh c. les-S r. Mriechnae. Pope asd onart...

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. — 6 December 1868

f i t :R-fetP.SR 4AZliº ?;tirU#tJ5K n s le 'a te mia nd4 ring ttiitislg. A bett is begin tl~g o p .revail"g , subject; but as aega d tilse Ients weedkly papers, there ein Sa dvs tl Wprevails. beNow, weado iony t ).ay ught dIesarugeg to ftre binin p ess; but iii:-ar .aable, that. after l pflg .L , pey r itn they in wa ae ssepum adaus less. ,~Bt a paper whiek is gt up for perma nut sishretade-sehl as a weekly-bs a sacrtes i iabfcitt og fer the .dateis resirrd to. It nteppinlted again and again; and in the litter i ase advertisements are brought before the eye oequently, making a more lasting impression, I had thus the object sought is attained-per publicity. What has been said of w in general is applicable particularly to th tis rnnas ag CAruors o Mkassmul - atin. O aperia read-not on one day, but every day in areek-when laid down, it is I only to be remei again. This last feature is beginning to be wsi rntood. Our-paper has e now a circulation unprecedented in the South. Our advert...

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. — 6 December 1868

1ozwmia-utA3rag igrayaw bus UEG3. --- - ý cr-u-tc :l~s~r"ss NNW ORL BNS. sU DuY, DECEMBER e. i8s. DAsraRDLY.-The malignity with which I the unfortunate Queen (of Spain hai been I pursued, both by the English and Afierican press, is a disgrace to manhood. Every consideration of chivalry which is due to her sex is forgotten to gratify a wanton vindictiveness and wound a lady whose great crime-in the minds of most-is that she is a Catholic Sovereign. We are glad -to find an exception to this wholesale slan der in the New York Mercantile Journal, which speaks as follows: A fallen. queen would seem to most of manly and chivalrous spirits the last object on earth of ridicule or virulent abuse, yet, strange to say, Isabella of Spain, since her misfortune, has been the butt of every mean and dastardly attack that jaundiced hearts and conitracted brains in. journalism could suggest. All the stale falsehoods that po litical malevolence has hatched in the hot bed of finrties. tbi-the 'Iberia...

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. — 6 December 1868

,,mpst wv+ada and we thatinn e vsom ta lkeot ile enonag e hrsigFo to examfine iahieh he eallel the N Coi Aýpiras _teousisied ofa `tIlnS_ esir l or stew pan, having a.loaelyfitting eover,ata intod hich a piedof'initton or beef pot. -tees and oter v s,etables, are plIie "water at the boIling.point. The veBsel `i covered so s to be water-tght; an4d-e carefully enclosetd,' i_ a. boxiaedsl e nd-w' en-openaed in our preseuce, we -inv4ed along with other half-hungry visi tors t 'eat of the viands thids prepared, -which we found well cooked: and very pala table. The lecturer on the cooking appa ratus remared that the peasants of Nor way, wi~i }teir generation, were great eaters of porridge. They found that~ by boiling their ndeas for only five minutes, and then ianediately enclosing the sauce pan, all hot, in a little felted box, the ac quiredheat was sufficient to completeothe cooking of the tprridge.adl to keep it hot for magy hotu".= The Government, it appears took a leafýý the peasa...

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. — 6 December 1868

aORaNeU STAR AND CeuHXdO 3 0m1E3.R EW O IitLIL&N .1ND DUCUXsea e. 10s5. JVonc 31 * fels lintPage.) came to ca-l tnheey-lmy to his supper, who "t and mother, he felt as tf he had lived  intme w; in the past twenty-four hours. i The farmer laughed heartily, in telling some of the tories, which wersre aboutthe priso or's disapearance. His body'nl been p, ed 1 ,ap four miles down the river, bit ohtbf, had 1t been found by a turnkey under bush, and his 1j handcuffs had been pickedup--filedhalf'acro5s. t -in a bog ten miles away. C " Faith I bursted laughir'," said Pat Moran, -C Swbenl IknoW thatMarti Leary had'em weld- 3 edlnto linch-pins, an'thai Katyhadtheclothe , buried in last year's manure heap!" So they chbatted pTesasatly andsecurely, whife the rescued man sift silent from thankfulness l and gratitude, only casting side looks at late t and stghtng heavily. "Musha, then, don't be sighing'!" cried the farmer, jocosely; "you'll be iekin' up your 1 heels at your weddin' in Amer...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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