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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 June 1869

swnr OLa, W .A.R gND M a. 331u 01 arU3Dt m ! · ,". sops short time ago t9 prP jr 54tUOghq 1 l th "nlgry publiahed a apeesd dellvsrad in h Span4sa es by Deonor Castlar. e Jedg Wag by thebeirtsh of tt'tsutfpets with i l*ich it i ntroduced, imt IDgh te suppoed' that Its mgaments wore irreftabile. 'The tynth is a grcat deal d the material of which it was omposed might be found iasthe diBliverings oC Exeter Hall, so far as It 'was made appliegltle 0the Catholic Church. Thie irEtfs ot th)g4i#ty setened to treat their readesuwththisalradtb he so-called religioti jonfiupls dspllhig wi!1 ,articular unction on whathey s-10 eto" o a lst damagilg onslapglt Q au optery, We refert t the satter sow · taay that these4 ackers of Castelar wetd eittEitrtgodi Igne1- nt or sh efnfa ru1cýe in giving onjly ,ach portion as nitdieUtsilio'1 . ?ey boast thata a leave the a arch1 re not'mei1*y ite ltte;br ih*.L.4ylt ullSihj ll~du of >routrstasiss - ýieothrielhe raie1ICML ( irete.li TheI fthnebms lilc.k# 1 '...

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 June 1869

# *uY$~ iIAiI iavI· a I. -r - whs w. -e~ were t~awr ., bm ýcr1 The on thee polftb was Decnate oat o c lir heme w ey .eltioenand B -t eBro e t o ther box wft hout ab Kit, in Chic weearms. No arrests seen~ eyau an Mche O Rscr Icr re motencd inye yare headto thestde of to the or e Sthe e r was otultrele.7th yeahro llae ao the eve - - At Tdglaoro h May, sanys t 4 u rm n ooj }+ taeon me, who e me Bnca o Did.f kill rghtemba oa thema MLr. 4t tore, selevn C . Daito ParPe fort. - irmeeldib ftsbi]i1 made sethoe; aDub earne o~i9t the Cother boe wgtoltor ofelMr.it n hiy forearmin ana res ente by ad..reedb evene, whokepntthaelpeople;uincreaof tne so, .:ýsil P the fhcs orth sit tine gei sined onelligo '~3~ cx men R.d E.h rm s w ch te toaevels heis; ande *rsining stissis sId~~ to . 3am-,,b abriioen bb ule e b h was madeetoamto Jaes areie fon haried of the l her box w lthut'Eie itm in hicbhren, wamse. No arrests evee been nrsder~.,. _ . the of ea tor of the benmh , headt b : Por;.c ,·udno, ad Mchal...

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 June 1869

tlrr1 ID oa'aovg ittllolst THU -Uh A (r ,t ,,qu~)~IYC x~dm39 ~"·UtS5U Man l LtEalt4s0 fir mato-Au orgas- ?IL )·C I· #yiil.ri I~raIr~aII L ) Itratu can yo l D t 0 *l outiº , i or twls au n y o u n oý . 'nm e t o ua t . . u n d er a ing40"4 bile eS, t 1L^.::, ,- 1:, "~ .n1._ nd had Wo ttenant I litm 9 The menl ome Ldi ,'e-re .rs baltee Uk. little fit t He the cause det bl55555e WU + , Wben isl a rW lw Opiy_ RD. y m a 'i When she ýt~Llt 5 Yon.. des )l ' ' an Whyis a dog's tail-gnsotADtV 5t Be- the dan cause no one ever saw it bes briht ia Why is an eg resfdJeS lk. one soder- betroe done? Because it is rdl dovne. " twseal What side of a horse iavtrlably has the web; b most hair es it! . . shtil4e.,- I of grey Every cloud has a ,ilver lining." We dtws wish evey lnveistmlent I there Whenis a wife ii DtS5 ,'Se Whe ti her hussied.le *AD P ' 4 sure th Why sa4luaekiike ,'osomeiet Be a dewd ernqnqg4 beP~Pl o~1 °$.,. ; solid, i How to Make the Hours go Fast-Use the DO* a "spui, of the isUet' be...

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 June 1869

ewn.,YPi Of T2 ccillý Bet now-"n w.wfnitc mangoa bigt sra fallen upon the lap a om tr al tborth, and wealth-wealth th e wa r the rallin d cr to victory. Let hut their dol fPas be wi[eet l lorand the profligate 0nd the villain rcan ra oldl forth aod ap Sdarlin hea the wreath of henor an dies ýe. swason Ohe worl f eiin world. Fathers train their children from their ifigt to hoardW 4i W abt lr and invest their mmnortal minds in the sordid interest of dol w teents eab tllet tq crouch to tnt~fsr'h At'1W ftdidid reer. a hcst lled with avarice, gnorance and vice, and to paw unregardefr-tbu Genius whom poverty ath ld in her thread-hare garments and cast penniless upon the world. Shadl ye grovel ing mOdh -Do ye not know that the diamordia-lln tSlht is as Iutrous in its o n s when brined in -it. gorgeous *,geamns apon the brow of beanut, AnowWA fel hatjhor are idgher, noble ro When will you we ooor Wheth ilan wto ho or n to w lorm pour e rkleiht0,a'Sd Iawayt sons ?that ralon hlrl ebehurssd mu...

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. — 13 June 1869

)• Au +n k o' "r . l a ( u *Cr  .. .n n' a f 1tfldjI 4» ~b eU 4 .o .sew l * ia .'k :, ""l'. I f5 " .I ,ae -',; a ''raw% «".. si .. ýI ' " . : l. r.;.7 " , St r i a. " s ...anl ' 1 AWL t . Y 1 ", l. r l V.4 - . ,' el iu watt .f e ot /Y , * '; .. . .  104 . ... i l ,4 s hl . (A. . " w . . " a "r... ... ]'b a t13 .4 I'lf 4S1lt * *9 thermU±3 Le d o' no'* "I nsn "eýf "41 . . . . .,aiA.l ,"" orning Star andCatholio Messenger ' -. BLIED WEE.LY B'1: t2 44 aIN Te Ned s orleans Catholie PubiUi eaea onopay, a.. The tora seo ftreeh . betC wq C Opanye d Mo',g' d nestrent s. Kne o-y;r onO-o, zo. oraor e reet. TOW BEAUTIFUL ARE TE EET 0 H THAT-II OF GOOD IrG." -... m ,, M VOnlU e E OLTeANOet. SUi MONI. JN 13 bx.o • Advertisements In ritd sewth. rite of 11 Do 3110 s )Tou II.b il es, 110114 Non coast* f I., : .AdvOftiflOr kltO inserted at Intervals, to be charged 20 cents net per line, eoh insertion. fuoiiation Gie-No1 ravier tBEAUTIFUL ARE THE IEET OP THEM THAT BRING GLAD TID!NOh$ OF GOOD THI...

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. — 13 June 1869

. ·-, --c-.. -- - R  se-a emA m a w h i, ,orh •e . - emonies the removal 41 the seinh iof t he t tlhe n s latin plce i I .s a i cemtery. oThe -. - - - at zU itt•lm, t My fib,e of A bishop ali.a, and meayf the ocl Idrh bs ad avetr three Ir-eaelr a hgys a- .Eii r ande s m oft o the other geading i i aplead  paeegyrie oa the agem ory bf Irelsahingal tson cannot ail to ex ptlUnfetacPest8k.t t:alteae os and T e :enlcoaion was the V . than ad-s " C be Lll U at crowne overOOma left b pt tillt eade the land war against those tha-op ev g ev arlaatig le." S ale of cl a o•tter of atsi the aecrj efba rnd itd h ouwh lit deteriian Io'.v lag e rsto oharme or Srightbo fo y- an p iae)svet rs. e te e iats kingdom God," the ndeadee the . t mtoftte o ren ot I al * ly object bes this, a unto c b hetAd for snd and anr bo1..su hen t f d t snocas, r he S twe tllo t of, aidoe m which m loýit matn frhi enemi es," to inse thert v olwenred ad-thir e, hatr.  thteir subtle can o the - to bofe then ...

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. — 13 June 1869

sw o . amvrn_ u M. cu f t he vow Orbit duorndy tile, iPb,ry rr a.. i+ º btk ecamor s qtfU apth.e-- ... ..i. . frsesad ha Dear 3,ehm: You are awarethat Our Holy Fathber, Pope as IX. ha addresd to all the faithfulm an Apsoli er, exhorting' them to uite eirP'raert o his in o~dok toBring adown the te-r " bMlaeing snd the light of the Holy bost on theEcumenieal Council whblch open atRolueo the 8th of December next. To reer these prayers more eficacionus, the Holy Father unlocks to all the children of the Church the spiritual treasure of Indulgences, nd ants especially a Plenary Indulgence "n.ate form oa Jublee" to a"wo fulfil the following condition: 1.-To viilt three churches appointed by the ecclesiastical authorities, or twice the sane church, praying esach time deooutlr for the return of those who are gone astray, for the ropagation of our holy Faith ant for the M tranquilit. and triumph of the Holy atholo Church. Q.-To fast on three days, which need not be snouessiva, but must he...

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 June 1869

we $re obl ... Jaearli .ton one 17 tinI..:lle, . 10, $4 S. Sln le t ui4; H. O' Ne Jackson,..t ., $2. ecei frc wabsoribero reco, $4; Jeph es 4 ith I Michael Ryan, $4.y -LA--FromII-blashstter, received fror d I S r aregivn a on r w comine retaoribere La 154 chaley 4; is ono in, ' 4 J. " I Prcot l tonyof tak the veil t was aperred on Friday evening, 4th, the Heart, at the above Con en M Louise Leetrade, daughter of 01 cur welt-known cltizen, Dr. Lestrade, of Jefo-ii f 0 itt. rceived the white vei4 with the nae Th r tn of*Sister Mary Rose of the TSa im eanD Mi Ma ry Comerford, inn reLgion istr Mary Vinent, received the black eII and pronounced her last or solemn vows. The Catholic Church, ever sublime and potic bi instres:ual, throws around this beautifull ceremony her 1 tve attractions. The young potulan~t for the white veil, at tired in bridaicottuae, attended by her brides maida,'Mia l. Van Dyke and Miss Cora Doize, nisd preceded by weet ittleeldren, trewng setrte her from all tha...

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 June 1869

g o, =. C IhT* " $is. 1.* WOVAL OF (dCOZ4t" aW s I R xAINs.-Tho be S eoeuple by thd dratidn of FathNt Btel in to-day's pIpetl will be cotdsldrtesd *II f'o-"O le ted. The orator is by far one of tli' moll elo qnueat preache9rs n the Chiurch, and ,whileU reading it one cainotlt 4ail to call to mind. the, ,ntablers, thrilling. eloquence of him Who 4ea forms the subject of the discourse. The gath ering was in every sense of theo word, national, gi sublime and'Catholic. U CoNTiST IN Ti'En CouxcIt-:Jndge Collens renderetl his decision in the Council controver. ti sy on Tuesday, requiring that body to decide for the1selves the question of eligibility of its tl oenmhers. The judge told the Council they tt ,hould have performed their duty promptly in the first instance, and that they had neither right nor precedent in calling in the aid of the A courts. DTvot,rcr ux CONEoTICUT,The Northern it papers are calling attention to the fearful do- p moralization in sociqty consequent-upon the freq...

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 June 1869

3W. nMary. L c ae-aOu.-The Duhlia e etYof. lrbsl dte eaaled asr ofr the Ledt Ientesait, in Comaneil, direeta that all patiets h seeo fned in the Azsgb lttisite Lunatic Asylum sad belonging to the countles of Measaghan and Cavan, be removed to the new asylum just completed near Monaghan. Coax.-The Irsh 1nms says: Those who are Eompetent to antieipate the probabilities of treesury expesditm estimate the eost of pro ceedings connected with thi O'Ballivan diss billty bill. a £200. The traveling expenses and hotel alUowsnee oftthe witnesses brought over Dfom Ireland will fall little short of £700. The following from the lmnau4aer of the 13th, hbows how-law is administered by the Orange maistrates of Cork: " A eise oecurred at the polee eMse yte a wawMek berh seems to have en a attespt made toroevive the eye. teami. bitrary es.nmods. ;Three young.men were in custody harged with the 3aroe of a revolver from rot. PL ; andin tlfe ,nb sm of the pmmmltoe (which was not eo asapted for) tt tlr...

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 June 1869

.~,sme Wa LD aID m a uaT . P aultry -,War la a sesede in keepinggreatt pUmbers of iece,. turkeys, sad ducs wthout getting diseases among bis poultry. He nevor hecgk their natural iberty in summer, and ,,o winter'bnakes them ntirely comfortable. Hie has a park r range of 17. acores, whih is given up to the poultry. Then in summer the brood hens have another large field for themselves, and the turkeys go where they plase. His poultry keeper is an . Enrishman, and devotes his whole time to the different yards. The birds are fed liberally. They lay and set in boxes arranged for their convenience. When a hen comes of, her box is taken to the yard, the straw thrown out, the box left in the pun and rain for several dayo, then carefully whitewashed. The roosts and perches are also white washed, and the floors of the houses are covered with plaster, to absorb ill odors. In the coldest weather fiies are kindled in stoves and fire-places. When the cold moderates these fires go down, and the...

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 June 1869

- all 3 l aleb jR~ alls early masses, and a, lage pont4Ie' of the eongregation went to holy communion. Thoe Moth of May celebration took place as usals, at 5 P. y4, sld 'after lit. ied sermon ;in Engllsh from the Jesuit Father who preached in the molrning, came the Pnprýýosesin n of Catbolieslof the city. - Thq a.n nmeute were admirably mli' add"t6ar 'a I under the inperuian ofrthe Rev. pastor, aided by Bro thers tDhinee, , lormset r 0ubiuitjtd The rdeof the-pr on was as followea rhoss A ad eeolytes, tb-y scholars of theBte ta, the ist&a sad baarde the Chil ws. y theatudeats of the iCo 7i; snts laos uolety with apposalan ners, the ollege ban r, t e e .atuary sIss tfe tbeee 5ent,bete by the m e ppo .eacs h side " b ev. tar e as m$po in 4  . prabi 01e l 'AhC-DF- t owtd two by tw. abe saln blience. 9XIIP AW hbe s WtW troad that fronts the l idea of the im i ii on presented as it lseaindg, with banners waving and 11 y[ strains ,#R% he Col Br' ti r redolent with the Mageseaes ...

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 June 1869

: . , . _ . . . ý . . , . . ý . . _ _-. - - _ . ý . . . . ý . O > T ý1 14rA3G tf t I 7[ tT0 --~ ·- · - fHa asv~r ~' 'ý,I Y I ~ e rri r r0nringStar andCatholic essenger rV8U825D WUEELY. DY'rT4 g. News Or ·-leans CGatholic P lckation (mpan.y, at 1o.9 Giura (er street, betoevn Camp antd Mgua zmestreets- asbo p Directors of the Company rts e 6e 1st Er. Archbisho . OJnc, Pre!- (taotIe a AVV ry Rev. N. J. PEuSEV. . Vice President.4 Re,. Coa~luEiU MYPNIMAX, ltev. T. J. KI.N~T, n;sr x LU IELr. JOI MCUAD I J E, Treasurer; Mr. T. OrN S~eunTeAtiR aND to be Addresed to tine t _::_ her ._ o, _ _ - I = _ . I Ternsa sbeeriptioi, Now-Dofllar per annuml, f( "l- i Single copies Tea Center AdvertieOetO inmeited atlhe rate of 811 50 Cb.Im De. IIO eal IDOII Centsmeentao a' monto ever f e t . imrte ld a t4xod diStounim. toboaasdrtenCefraU .hýgi 5ftfld notices adetemn.to be "AI~~ cbsrged 20 eatst net per lia each inaertton. - eae a...4s~~ *aon Offie-Na. ItQ Graviar etreeL HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF ...

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 June 1869

.slii s nseam sei am,.!i ia .. sa rtass st b t state. a oar last issue we published an article hs the New York sn, under the caption of -"'eltrian Schools.n Today, we give the fol Ilas larticle, on, `.State E4nsation," which -wes Adn the Now Yofk Journal of fCmmerc,eof Tears ago w'e warned the friends of eduea tiem that the common school system would not bLse the strain to which they were sujecting it. salong as they aimed. only to give the masse the rudiments of learning, and the ap paintbaents and requirements.of the school sses were such that the poorest felt at home is the simple nursery the advantages were sitemut, while the defects were more theoret t than practical. But when course after eearse were added, until the list of studies in dwied every branch bf science, and the stn ats li some departments graduatedwith col honeds, while the masses of poor, ragged eeaansidle ew yearly more numerous and mha hregleotd, every thoughttilt man felt tl8the systmhad outgrown, if not its...

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 June 1869

Thursday, Junoe 3, this, serat. was admnxd mred to about W etchteroan sthe Churdecih tei St Charles, y$yrej Place by the Rght Rev.b St t ohle se Jamia, oaflm W A. FParl, pha The S esse c a-pleasano t weens 'eemnt Sy, o haf one rd. One bhuard ch nd rn int otLdrh e noC s-,. ha Syn.ey mlaeeyte Rigt Rev. reconfirmes d bythe Right Rev. Bishop, w r bhed appropriately to the occaso DeOCsaE o0 Nrw Toax .-Dldiagel .--Tle of, Chapel attached to the Uruline Convent East Frei Morrisania, Westchester county was dedicated ter, to the service of Almighty G under the pa- vot roi,age of St. Joseph, on Monday, May 31, by hers the Most Rev. Archbishop. After the solemn all. Hink Mass which followed the ceremony of has deionation, he preached and administered the hot acranuent of Confirmation. C o tuOflrmtioFs.-The Sacrament of Cofirtna- jou Rio waus aluo administered by the Moet on I Archbishol on Tuesday, June i, n the Church n of St. Vincent Ferrer, to 286 persons, 15 of for whom are converts * the ...

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 June 1869

- wi&u '"gg ' "+rew hour on. iataUitlilm fkreedyr.' rWemust aherefore urgently request our friends to' send in communications of any kind as early on Friday as possible. AxxNIYva ARY SERVICES FOR TIIE MOST Bae Ancasefnor' BtAic.-T'he anniver -sry of the dMath of the Most 1Rev. Arch bslahop Blanc, occurring onr Sunday, 20th inst., V~s year,-the usual funeral services which are annually celebrated, will be transferred to Tuesday, 22d, when they will take place at the Cathedral, at half Spest seven.. The ecclesiastics of the city, particularly,:uoae who were ordained by tha.ianaschbishop Blanc, are invited to assist at the service. The several city ,elergy ire fqnested to inform their parish ioners to-day, at High Mass, t'o the end th&dtit y lmay participate in this ceremony. The grekbebt' mark "of affection which we ean-payto't`he dead is to pray for them, and this is a 'duty of justice, at the same time that it is a duty of acknowledgment to pray f~r a prelate who, during for...

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 June 1869

-OISgmO sTAe m CA TOIZn amr~ ve ma .NW ORLUASD-U1kYn Vj1 o. 18. -t aNIsaw OF TW W . thl shi prsbytedlaas ZSmiis 6f thie ovesstent.. im It has beeln sa ivorite cry of Prbevyterians, we as long as we recollect that 'theOathlolie Church ci was the deadly enemy of the 4overnmeut asl be people of the United Statep. Soch was the bur. ce den of the older Beecher in the West, and of il Brownlee in the North. Bishops, prieats and people were held up as emissaries of the Pope, do whose principal earthly duty it was to subvert w all free governments. tr This was the origin of Know-Nothingisan, th the ihistory of which lia wlttea-ln the blood of be thousands of inlocenet victims. This devilish 6 crusade was inaildiously fomented by so-called i ministers of the gospel of peace; defended, lu fostered and justified by such papers as the bc New York Obaererr and Eratupelisd, Philadelphia h Pr,.esby(erian, and the (Crees tilf New Orleans- be papers whose tactics appeaf to be adopted by tl the Metho...

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 June 1869

" ýR· ' iace tn of M uoM Cont - U11. ., reently aeMdLd A .in arva county ueu oan a rigy to .ts hom of ll youth. The ount fihibng at L on Loo.. men who recentl went.forth from the U-o Hotel,. nude be advice of Mr. Michael Con aidine, the eol'sM tued Lake- fisher, in a few bears caught twenty-for trout, avagin lbs. easc, o 17 lb in the gro Aun1n1 visitor hooked a gro trOut weighing 9 Coar.-On the Lstlt., u danly fort our Irish ongepondenci an election for M of of Cork took tof the vacane6y by Mr. Dnul reseaion. Aldek man Willism Hstay wss octd over Mr. David auustine Magce, of the Cork Herald. The Cork Orrespondaent of the Muniter .n, of a late date eays A ramor is leoat, and it is gaining credence, that a vaceancy is very likely .hortly to occur in the representation of this city. The troasmace whieh would lead to this vacancy wil f it occurs, be .haled with ghtb by not only the people of Cork, but by' he country atl Utge.rt would be certainly premature to a toeasa to who the fu...

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 June 1869

esum e sn agw w a rmu- m.-mes, 33w oar3aZ.&U sUrDrA, lUrN D s. s. - -  - _ - - _------- -. Base Inhospitallty-Turning 6bt your toes. The Canine Fancy-Too often the cnlf of one's leg. Sure to harrow up the sole-Peg ends in side one's boots. The best of friends fall out. Our teeth are no exception. When does a ship tell a falsehood t When she lies at the wharf. Truth is not a salad, that it must be served with vinegar. Things are often impossible because cowardice makes them so. Why is the road of transgressors so hard? Because it is so much traveled. A thoroughly independent man--One who depends on an inn for his living. Why are old maids the most charming of people T--3cause they are matchless. What is that which, when thrown out you may always catch without hands? A hint. A Boston cobbler announftes for sale a slipper for the foot of Mount Washington. If the ant gives an example of industry, it is much more than a good many uncles do. - It is stated as a singular fact that...

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 June 1869

Marp)~ t.,e . sIm Tihe psuoions duo l o r s t writer have hei common d ea etm'"t for te ta-'. Tr..slatiou,i4t, ,writUs .eroaowinum raonu, and.their iaeminton sad accepts- a ane s th·e io of thei"r *lefunaeas. 8 The preced!rtok s consi ide'edl ongp,:;e.tti very beat of Li-t' lht Rev. Bishops, which 1 was compaede infcrma us, with r the two .' uttic laity a " book of inthe a path of giving a to The clergy4 e ble for saoeone andend li " Oe Handred Sei<in o:d. i "Reov. H. J. Thomas. With an introdction . y . o 1869. . .t, ". These " Shrt Sermons," by the Canon Pent tentiary of Liege. Blgxnaj Will b6 1ih6"1 great advantage to all, but particularly to families who mar- oty a ae teaessit eadthe Holyr Sacrifiace, .q4,*1,a mod kplidays. In seaha ontless AgopAi oS r more of these ser mono may be.ad t .ths bmeneoandiesdioae tion of all. The seop and intention of the i wiLb.a~_ a7. o by 'hp following~ the eiauction, ei the Moat ishop Spalding: at cihiely dlse&.g.ee the .`Sh*l i-1 Srom...

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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