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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 15 August 1869

praso. that our friend, A. rt, basret cial bile enlargh Irm, and __ tulate them while e tear, combined bM4.: der the coming &iSOU - i, busi ness. Board of Aldermea.-The was author ized to notify the. Misasisippi 'erry Company to, zsuply with the terms granting them cer tain privileges, or vacate the space at the foot of St. Ann street. A message from the Mayor reconunended an increase in the allowance to the St. Vincent's Infant Asylumn "A now Board of Commissioners of Water Works was chosen. Sundry communications were referred. A reso lution to repeal the ordinance relative -to re moving dirt, so far as it applies to canals, was referred. A resale of contract to supply city in stitutions with flour was ordered. A resolution was concurred in authorsaing the Jaekson Rail road Company to lay their track so as to con neot with the Oas-Wti'ku. Ac n 'inmeetion was read from the Fifth DlItriet Court restraiting the Council from interering with the privil eges granted to the Missiassip...

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 August 1869

, " g u" u.lat 1rA5merieb oa. t of j lto eloetion for '300 gltl a.. p by ia el t Uii p .,-was $ee e paia ntthemwo owner of tthgbt dmge ganst Sdosdant ywael of the Cork Ruroot . The 3eaoUMd i for p gtiesder ge tha d The heed obdacell~trhs appointed Gustavus -W. Herbert, F5. Norwood, to the Commission of te eace for the County Cork, on the o Qf Lord Fermoy, Lieutenant Dow-O _ eqdae p eovening, 14th ulnit., y*_onal an__d JohnDinsn, was arrested t Newry, on boatdite steamer about to leave for Liverpool Doumneats were found in his possesseon which are stated to prove his con nection with the Fuian lodge of Monaghan. itm- dlfor a period of seten days.e DousxZ.-mTh Xs, Tb of the 17th nit, says; On Mra. . am liruly, solicitor, died an a cd~en ath in th coee-room of S l aInn Quna, Dublnm. aie went ina .-i *re me% a lmnd adost ha llata f ete having -ordered it dropped ,my, jeger. Mr. Y'Naiiy Was a soon of Ct iomeil5s PýMmsy ho " "defended" -nlma iso sta to the government, R- peh agm...

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 August 1869

OIszie TAR AXD * saunlW mnilrm Ik MzW 0A AI UtI rASY. tUBIU#E 15s. 1sm. K WIT AD WUIDOML A cunning man overreaohes no one half so much as himself. Is there anything in the world that can beat a good wife Yes, a bad husband. More people die of rust than wear. Regular industry lengthens life, idlenes shortens it. Printers' ink may be blackl but it sheds umore light than any other lauminary, htwever bright. " Oh, for a thousand tongues," said a little urchin who had crawled inside a huge sugar ihogshead. There is no element of machinery that has not its counter type in the structure of plants and anuials. Sonime say the best way for a maas to train up a child in the way he should go is to travel that way occasionally himself. Meln are frequently like tea-the real strength and goodness as not properly drawn out of them until they have been a short time in hot water. Organists ought to gain a reputation more easily than pianists, sinee they always have some one to "blow" for them. What i...

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 August 1869

A0,1A4e1g i0l 1e0. M--,j t l eemenger: • st on-onM cThe ta, a is mene, of , rope- . an.io tssI8. cetoior, -ourlit na utonac .of t ar . y of. ym T its poximitl to t4 t flerpao' College." IrBy Sl h n nt. Jameo extends serv g the left bank, a score or more of miles, here, aid has a-width of "arpeonts" clearly sufaficient abit to render itdtsingnitshable from a geometrical ad line! pract Thus, it will be seen that .GeGtilly in .St. were Jamee" has, In figure and proportions, all that comp c- des.ired, sand in t etOisimtiis, as we ei ainent 44t a e-i e te r -t"to of lr ing, wog to show all thatw tes irbZ " tine~e ",entilly" occupies the centrtl porttio of th t the parish th datiwt of St. James is said to In thi be, atcording to actual admeasureutent, equi- Jefte dhsat frsh e Butnr Rouge and New Orleans; saluo wherefore the speculators In future events are able ys utoe thers pes that the ipolitical par- Cath , respeitively contetnding for the rosters- eIta TI - rhoat ef goeevrnm...

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 August 1869

- - u ýfýry "i' ý'>4i .WK{A3 1A1I031IGa JA A Ii K it MtIi'-a. C;?'~ ali rr .Ltd 4 O l C 9 3 9 aI naa -Ul-il winm as N.,. alý0li0 libble o 1 Qoipoo No. lOS Gm `NrtvO br .uaw £-p sand JMege .j,,eDaJxeegbeetd~eel a mat t e sin oft ý .bon i to; rlll~+r Parr !tOfl.'m ; " of i} 5 .. utl' a: ý. ý " tai lime,, c s" j ° aeh~agla ofre~i laAu 7 La- l A )('/, dl1 a(.ajis a." aa ~ ja~aTaa*1 ' 6.L tSf+ O l a ! .. t". I jIif a /1Oqalaa a a1 'a~ atir il r. '} IfO' t puesRiaN 1'2tre Ovariar usa LIW t5 T r9b T "aj n-r..rkrlT.. ý~~ r wrot«awiwea s» ?r 'O EU1UG &E H . ecEýr sp :nIayt»_ r ' 'ti 1fL,1S :r 1I a~L UOnINO star A D CATHOrLIC g rENOZa. lnt NEW ORLIANS. SUtNDAY. AtOiUST . 'tig. wi CHARITY. Be' of. S If 'we knew the caren d eroese no Crowding roand our nznihbor a way. me If weknew tte little loaneb e s Sorely grievous day by fly For his laek o t t and gain-- onl Leaving oil his heart a nhadowll, he Ltygving on our lives a stain. CI If we knoew the ,:louds above tilt S Hold but gentle ...

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 August 1869

rnr ts is Mt thl et eoib eW s w at New an as see maeresNN oena. he re lee asd .IS Thos. Moore, Both Shere eeinn o si he t wwrote to - t e I ne. ae . oe p '_ teefellow to do rmio m ---7lnF"'` nwa -+** 49 7 mese it-a isety failed i im' of ofthe seven mne tow f/9i&Th~ h eh Ube dddler at ra ho~ Wvsfiv9rlddler front At Ceass called to tbebar. Genius wpatd Trior then concentrated there. The d orty . f ie cumsn aimted to maker his altmate spetcuae The oratory of that w ithe fpt tme, be deemed fxtrav ..s la wyr - in those days lived a kind o pinybrooFi r ife, and wes not afraid of bar t~ her dwnit witneprrse r by jokes O Plgaimor. e was eaipcted to make a ies Oltfate - e was oberful even Veadid es'fTrp deid not ofelng to him hat Wele a l -erwonf hi. alient. i" $odof urn' happ instances of s t tphediet tfifameibwutld biedfmredof lxr ; amoraters, the case of a nobleman of wot tsle identity of farnan who, he al atse had robbed hm dam the higbhwy on a a the defendant'a oon bi amr. e showa...

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 August 1869

r -sn, r arch lee 11iiI. 7th. were mat .- te oRs·son ' o oThe th 6th o E . ,, Pw h-urch; .Th~e .ei 6brca waosi edti~-f-b ay the by thet H aff~l 5oleban €. the icc. clrg writein ,' rerious o l her ot nta&e buthe'yt eren W d ts rhprer of chidrneCo utha Droispo o ] e A thb Ih io ye, NYortnleALonie bybi thac ot Re hs iuii b teofea lar ge numbetr o iln iaae lO nuz s s3 N .sW YouIar - IDpas rhe m in Le Prit use: ll otionwee ' ta turday ts .th seminar ,is ostte o ev A cbbishope of tl at re New York, rempne ..,, hi·s Secrtary Rev. Cardit F. u~NbtOV. sdial~la the) ~Vile do Paris, for drove or; Havre,4 v qif4 to. Rome. A largenumber of July the Re-. rg d ra b geftl_mn of o lan r i i pOl tow t to wlthn ~1B depr. was foil t bla teort~era e ,a h ch I i d lica tli - • W ,,c ,.o kr t ota o f a of . ei Miteslu ed s • exal - th . he . rie lw p : jgism Up-l ,Jar -, number of the hn t clergy o the 'dioeshe o v Newark assem led od- - Thon .il Co.ege, on' Tes-da y moAnuing, t1 r hoh ~cadoe te...

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 August 1869

. Tea., . James, 7.P, win. tssI Jonei;., (ft 36; am Rev. J. b d r(5f AM follow ing sulscribers a dd I, ,) A. sn French, , $4. tion street, -usi. *allang renders it pecu liarly aseeaibl . large: porteia ofar Catdolicil66p latior, , and the character - is We callatten fore hdvettlaeIneent of this tion, to be found In a ieolnua as a conventeica to w ' iwgl ail be familar as'd my y.* wish to kn As oo is hoak weald "thetn sending thei eentme. ne swag of re q .: there. be s.aeesu for per- II i "ti&tvAf made teth iiif eintemplating the rapid improvaleseat of -their daughters in all branches qfv solid education and elegant accomplishment. ln We refinement l and leb itotf atier aognM d wdie the watchfl supervision of Tihese accomplished lIdlds, and 1itipasociatfouis e moat irr prSseoable kind, "w III, l raini throughout lite a gracefual memento of the disoretion of parents Ip seleotiug a good school' MAses OF Sr. PVrnoMxvA.-We see that Mr. Curtd's fine Mass of St. Philomena is ...

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. — 22 August 1869

CR ERO city paper@s teeme with corn st- o Bln individftls " oe of orime sad shown thite rear po police is dies in 16 l,?ca property hem sins. A most se is, that when arrests are aserdm some un explained cause .palshumet i arel@ follows. Thus engo4egsd by theasp. spibaess or timidity of the courts--traodl it t6 hto -more dlsgrace ful cause-rffiandism Is taking possesaton of our streets and highways, and fast encroaching, on the retreats of pi$y!alle.ib. The instances referred to by the journals for sometime ast, prove that those ruflBana sy ia~ill and insalt peaceable citizenusut they have even assault ed with deadly ~tezot ite wary gSalnisi o* f the peace. As a 'minor cause of annoyance may be mentioned the fllthv and blasphemous language whic the inmost re cesses of i ýtures in dulge in ththe hearing ,d* t& effort at ori ties to crsh re seemst b - the ndads t to any .l5 elevated fsar ch as are at pres ,-4 in vain for an .tve- . of justice must be stretchd1k in its enforce...

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 August 1869

ass et Wn hEsM i n t b y wk o aes edian oweeorcnl er" eedalt r r, it t. it _ .j PtaIlmyr se Ttt er oft He 1. behind, there bangiatm jL theI 0Vessel. ; c aony The Cork Corporation oetlie 234 "t award- one of Od to padd. Doyle, h I9"eal watebmi. who ae been Instrumental m an is egg isa.-to0r °Oth froom rowning. th ough Doyle h teaa r medal ftoim a~ ros S from the Hmane ociety in reeow re ao, of hi. er iaCte ~0en the Corporation, ln8t Attl of hib w agCc of higher reward, ha m d htPa im to ther Mdje sty, e loif the aarecently instituted uerIeW a -.Too jwoq eTosre syh Aims eemed p'dasas at" N.l..eoyii. :TkiY had beabsen Der 'tsitrC' e ptor l ee bee ot is ud huu ton a n to fv hi ao day's Isrh gi drawl q . . or t ts erection of Dotie ais lle hhlise,, thel (the Protestant who I psapeemat uirequsdese .to be allowed to a give thaeir Cgetanoe," which, of. couru, W l f gr'adly accepte' I~ 'Wbppedo, strantel anal thtlth day i the ° e, n3witht andig which the iame. sheai i a i diae's w ork dne ...

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 August 1869

Breokeq 411 ofneatake s>learl notes. • KgowhadgS' li'pa as RsMe$he widow'i stin might. . seas.. The first brg t `Uinta latbhe  garuena-n; his foot. ear The man who feathered his neat pluckedap- beer, other goose. . " ` A good way to And a woman out--Cal when P5h she isn't at home. . - ati " h 1ould old acquaintance be ferget" Not if and t they have money. -"" Matters of moment ought to be deieribed in' a minute naline. ' Ill tespr uaa bma f.pbdtinthe lawyer's bag as iujnstle. .. Why shldoul a ed r never be hua.r b unpr, Because he easilvts haime-. a.hop by ing. goe The mrean v,aois lbertng' to build up a reputatonp ld f d iF-ork i want of. efe your aer tnitmb)s .R yOPr teeth lin do's yourself; yoa bave no natmral tight to ito tin mdlth GoJ _4W e whe l the rollhpe ot "oTht le01d1tio m1 -a :m '. 'tlo to kit o .Fe Grant will fow leaddts i o--ps e '.`- m-s The world i a sint of pgIas intescla teos our path with sa'd sin aheos, rlortrer oe keep our feet from slipping. Don't...

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 August 1869

"OaaL. ee. k mt~ater that the of + *9" U "a w ý! . ý lott V., l bti A. d&1 .ad a h'ba Sstealrv urod t t t I ad o an" d t~ba- thdýim sce on the reoof of the . a * abeth added conlsiderably to ges in age.-cLrepoof Jojiradt of ri j, of .-An amuolAg incident. M~tgl rs _ w ra do not. nention, occurred p ) A yong arn of the true 2nnas-eball tre ok par cular notice of one aad mother to allow him to o which ther all, p rlle g a'or .. r _r 5 q ym p k _ ighly t e ts ki t g i+ setrbL, rh  ,. t tao a and ýI+e " sleso tee. o. aPe rioe wEair fromD th te. .a ren vary by a-.ar ý an b 'a ir,o ,', - - - - ,fib.A -aa.s11iaºy y:sta that the band of e alll - I la si t. yo gfe and thatQd th4 ha strto on the roof of the .n othr ai.sdde a colsiderily to V%•ma• l,.,' or. verelwea, ar" estd 'i ýhnrch; u.--i poor doerpool, e*lih - the l- ofE--f onoe asing miidont o1 * e 49.o/"+ .. father io objectedurre, mad_ ll e tep-,k 'Cba part ulner. He soticited and Swtp.ia bned zSAn n ewlon Ted " Butr ...

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 August 1869

IRA tT o 2 Rlli ii Morning Star and Cathollo Messenger t ar , eLUD iITI y&s Neu Orlansi CWAaot PuhUf t on OaUpany, at No. 109 Grovier sret, astun Ossay and Magee The Director' of the Qopen77 art:ý tka,~ The JUst nvt. J. IOm Wrest Nent. . J. as P. 4. Vice Prsadent Verycoensuva J 1 mux T V . Prr. resident. = #U _ m ia*iree to be Madeeaed to the d; aO . c.m M jditrrsdll/lýMor~a la·Ii'L 14C '"'JFT 'I I ie ~e ý *rflr" , i -1 ·- ' ' j?" ' t: + 1 ' P.; zIC `I!I~~ T m td eJ cteAi b begin iunnog se e a . o reasaa er Ras n UT5 VLUMtEo IoI. et RLAS rafY ofNI to be eemft Perelpl + Itleft Y Q "Aa, u a o" 7 ' t IaeeTrlýMaytu " over will be _,__ £uaent~I~~t oeset1e All l l oaos· o of 1 be 1 ' q, ýf' . ' : , " zbre o ~- - NW DATFI ARE thE FEET OF THEM THAT IRIWO -''>.~ ; ý ý,; T1IS". VPOLeuM om NWOLAS. SoNA Oravh rAeet9 Vr I.OLUME~rr II. ra NEWT ORENSNA MRIG UUT,,89 ___ MORNI NG ITA AND CATHOLIC IMISEIGR.. NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, le69. DEATH AND LIFE. The leave are falling ! Let the...

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 August 1869

mm lena aad s yea. o would lik, to Aoýbe t IhIe tohng Yam% ea , was- be t a atomr wthet Wb trs lae d ceased, and 'ifPa p wuk fr a a crankew-an bia st els.e-out jemed hanew-bs m stone- a a d arey. asti Inaltt s ss a ou t beeo I followed this, ;-31/ g!t. mulbr dner, ilia oui r. ic -n s r- traet;a6 tcod be stone e we." . d muc toet e .r.. we r no.t e h o gtr Whatr baby ias, L ' thre go assa roies -ne dirs- " w oin a l, a mouse toT- -W w r dn e ,th*e a L V S tho b ntrmvdehou-iW . a amth o t~hht e isnot frds-th 00 d9y.n e he he 'an_ dre isnothe now;l sel a 8 hties & mmut nvero s the huWO iatheed of affaupirs. "rSir"usaid be, "oe and s oee the. stons jest ri sas i u d o to our surprise, we ound the infantof aweek had become ao geant of igh days old Therd it anbao facet-e e oqd Ie freet- p  bt o- p oetmy theb starae rck-har ul finte foirm as mtall the qualitese of stone. M -adiration wS a nw seesu to a higher pitch than my enampai tbefore, "Wonder," said T, "if lend s ver ...

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 August 1869

-MOaRaN ý av orrw m s Doocses or BoeroxN-Dedtetl ~ qf Bt, Pat risk iset-.u-das., Augus 1, Was a gala y feor the Renan &tholf'of Holyoke and South Hadler Palls-the ocaelon belng the dedication of the new house of wombhp re entl ereted at the latter place. At 10 o'lr. bshop Willisan of Renton, entered thebuildiag. Mass was then sung by Rev. James Fitton. PIfty-three children wore. con firmed after Mass by the Bishop. 4)rocsa0 or -PNu.LDna.mA-St. Clemesnte. Last Sunday the-. st of the Assumption of the Blessed lrgin, this church was solemnly dedicated to the service of Almighty God, by the Right Rev. Bishop of Philadelphia. Chisesf Htil.-On Friday, the 13th inst., Right Rev. Bishop Wood visited St. Joseph's Convent, Chestnut Hill, and received the solemn profession of the following ladles: Miss Annie Brennan, in religion 81ster St. Louis; Miss Margaret Ferman. in religion Sister St. Claude. The following ladies received at the hands of the Right Rev. Bishop, the habit of the Sis...

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 August 1869

Lockport Sa ol4 nwa `o.w-y., s iames N. ls *% $4V benef S,; . .4o. y. fit 04) 0. $1;Jama Ievife,, aGeamessDay Tna Se. tesrisIee The followin epllectios e eived ft th i,.; Vin rent', 1)1j Com inyi4a soThrougha otou- bi G utter," ; thsons g Father.Snmon, y one i lady asking the pray 'l he Stoley,Jo10 Tuotal, $6 50. ST. Awroaso ,- b iarsiarlaucxy. - Tin fourth eate olUeo oeet othe series given by the iso toistpontskha place tomorrow evening, the 30th inst., at P 4sLe t-Ah'alg , FCommon skreet. .repeetations, undertaken by that society for the benefit of the new St. Joseph's Church, aRd it s to be hoped that their patronage on this occasion will be even more liberal than heretofore. already been noticed in our columns, and we are happy to add that the second one, which took place last Tuesday evening, was generally considered even more of at sueess than the first. The anudience had eulonty inciesgd sintce the previous sit ting, and expressed their delight most.un wlstakably. The bill...

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 August 1869

_-3arn or `bah tfl .. -y Thomases, tew ioman unWff be satlfeq M s daughter really wished to leave hd . pohld desist from further py}uit. they gave no satisfao tion; at MM. wrote to Mr. Lyons,; on $4 o f. ^l16 a leter, Sn which she thsnL in the.matter, and she Blackburn in cham " was unable to make an o .rder, owi to r. nd Msee iboute.. Thse's e wa dieseed at bal th meetings of Anl thrbghot the prnowi rality,s ut apparently to nd grEot' purpose. Finally wa interview took place between the tlethg r aby daeab e in Lqndon, and after it he former instt chambe the pre judgetrial. t hunable terminated for the aomenti  theaodwrd by the to make an of agarder, owing to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ~or. haitnc ig away Esther's whtere fabouthr's ous The bneel r e deend at anll the, howevertng of pinister thrPse.ghout the prinor Court, whic tn he -lgo immediately granted, nd e my, the appa re, expect to re purpose.f r ther proceedings. tHad thformer institftdt Cpatholic country, terat nadfor the nio ...

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 August 1869

M. D. . N i quen ser amdt w f estiade of Midwifeýr t te a4Que'sConlese of Pby , Ire D -31a.-5tMorporIam ofthaiU have sh at they know how to act in the true sa p*ip The Liberals in body r h  large o t saB ifi they ec Qses to deal uat to the tive party the messaie whice that arty dealt out to others wvhen thbe t4hepow i sot Conserva tive woild ever mw= lit ia the Lord Mayor's chair, oi any of m hou ror trust in the lsu lepal a u bment of Dublina. a t in lba,.o hs ea essail oer Irseand, the Lib e, sA the part of intolerant, o to set to l1_s tere-e'uivetess. While the Irihn BIe owarns before Parliament the Town Ceoeil were naturally nosirousthat agsu ra fi sa sade should fill the o ffice of ý 1em gistrat n ofDublin, but once the bill elected a agesteman of Conservative prin. a niel act. Itaite good commencement of the new Bader of things, an earnest of the o ' will, the kindliness, the spirit of cones e and conciliation which we hope and ex pet will baoeforth prevail in Iris politics. ...

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. — 29 August 1869

xoueZ WAX AWD CA1 EDUO13IIa ý E~m E.. -EW OasarmsLU St3n , AtA UT mS, tU. Ls WiT A=D WI EO Airs that are "pat on" never at. preventives of consumption-High prices. Greenbacks are much better than a stiff back. The most dangerous bat that fles at night is the brilkbat. When is a newspaper the sharpest t When it is filed. Misery may love eompany, bat it also loves to get oat of it. Singular-to see a garden walk. More sin gular-to see a horse y. When a shoemaker is going to make a boot, the first thing he nses is the last. The preacher who divides his disconrse into too many heade will hardly finad ears for all. "Whose son are you, my little boy ?" "I ain't nobody's son; I'm Mr. Thompson's nephew." The fellow who slept "nader the cover of .night" complains that he came near freezing. An ill-bred man is said to be like llghthing because he doesnt't know how to conduct him self. The benefit of second marriages-The first wife being a loss, you recover by marrying a gasin. A quack adverti...

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 August 1869

M L w 6 a i lo t 'we pub. nlah9soue *om the Womneenesw, -1pol.,iatii i Weud ythis *ittll be itsed.ha a- etman t he itor Esiand Ilzesispag ~ ple e o st Pl near the -hurch of SI. Catherife; bat these, for the most part, left so seamas- the bells of the parish church announced the commencement of Mass. Now, it is understood the Protestant minister finds it *rlet iaposslble to hire even a room for wesiahp, as no landlord will venture-such is thp horor felt for the new sect-to give him a lodging anywhed e i the vicinity of Catholic popnestlos - The7 ollowing th w  article: n aocate of l:jibertyi "of. worship have beea : ot 'bes. their demada on two a. of which have turned out to us that owing to the exal d tlo Cathollo unity condemned us, Se walling to eater Spate, rto ar ueri to enter inta 5ay kind social inter sas I- -tweh easslvues wereenot wiC to sahre with them. Every one will remem r the lae ettioos of these pties of liberty of wosubip, and the biaislag they imaged forth ohr ear...

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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