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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 12 September 1869

Ngr ORsaunghtmfrosumoth~m eoimai . se . o In certain loesalties, rdqi y ripe ; si 4a sal water at si.oel,  ýtoh od s&dnaii meet h tt o the jess ah om~ w poiulily ra g°w X.o e- as fver mutttieM is pa#ed. fo >J Caal strleOt house, aq haInso is ostsplsatgsiter9 9nr n Wouldt It be tolerated - it it st thel capsqi tyrt ijopient is itsrenood aI tlte hatiiue of the sgran bouleard' mliill hitpiro. tou fros tie claosasleuorm pxlUas . a4i, theesfuro equ4ire blgear dtaughts fros thaeonabaln of Ieilloon. To be .oire cx licit-e elodkelyo.atnsI tea cent glasses of .odu wtter anid aiad, spiting both gods and teen, are, itn theo laws of tis arndes add Persians, atalteralite. As to li.s pastry sand care, they are to the palate what .. oaJtnU l lanLdagtpo i to .ie eye-4ta c-er redttrrlii seurce of pleiasre. fh e waFoer ARncuyoan1te Oisd.--TLhe last letter received fromttr;chbishop Odin. was -e te h23 of July,. .4t tspt datoaeJ said that bis Ihealth was better esntaaled; atn almostt COm le...

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. — 12 September 1869

, .41Ar't.wa iguw.weafad -Uiq~S 0DMi7; ,-~·) iT " : : , . , `' 1 0( A U i V .; ''' -'C' ~ - :° .:i ..ý ý:7 r ' ' 'i'A '.ý 'ýr.. ý ¬" : is ", .. :! - ei. '5. f ·v ~~~~~~~~o fte N ow OaM~ i4 P&U4,(~p,.a No. log Oraedet erec. b. w a £·mp ee JI6.e The Directors of the Comp=7 are: Thea RS&ev. .ahhbhop J. M. Very Rev. NL . J" p i0S. 7.0G.. Tice ?neaIent.ýt . ,.r ~ Rev. CoRMW.WC Ifllorrnu Rey. T. .3. "imT.tt Rev. Jamu-us MORWL x M(r. vou McCC I-."; ' KB! Mr.Jo mtaV~l MZ> Troaeeti'* Mr T.r: s All eemianwsniee are tbM addressed to the 14 o i ~r:f+: tx tt* ý""n. .i:"i!' lti $1 Se Ye .Kil the / - ___ GOOD fubliea~~-~.,g~reet. "lW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF ThEI TWAT 9DRuG GLAD T1IDUL1 ý GODIFuGJ VO -ME II- NEW ORLE'ANS, 8UNDAY MORNING, SEPTEIBLR 12, 1SW1.O .` - - -L MOUI3eO ITAb A D OATNOuIO NZSINlGRU. en NEW ORLEAN., SUTNDAY, EPTEMBER 12. 1869. hil AROUND THE HEARTH. ho wi Whatever be our earthly lot. fa, Wherever we may roam t Still to our hearts t.e brightest spot ha Is round 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. — 12 September 1869

Sthe resii eso of caszotip5Mnw net t. ses oao toed i f e' exceptionll. I ll, that~ i w , t to theix'ri op oeseint t caus thee a to v d Y'of the e , notably, on saly f the anIn a--n in Slb present meeting, t hwied o ughs = _w engsnorgon, e eften e . he c e spo much I t7ofreviingthe ancient wrshbip S hty, Os one of the p wit. 1pride, tlohat was t me, of <C ipiety, and of that t_. ieasMti0oth eb4rt tho wboble durcep 1h ton eveninmt buble mndriu long eeignhhive the _e _ , 'wone aoto, and other, Mi. iehes whose roof an ayat whose stamee the meeting took place, was . i and for imn per _lo r , bey w _as oni dat ed =h e ow odest huboast that *. h idtltn th of religion in ob or paiasent en ad asbut .idbe sd timitte, ii a humble way, thei- ihr w isiesoul thie I i.m IS w eeN -'pee ........i the . I st ow,*h beforre -in e of the w i sla so ms! U ende a mt ly -" "eb r , o·i ,A the n ore o utr t s.A set aEms.,' all evr ha ern Salt. bea no -' he ,,,, e ,,a,,,, o - ii 'h ehoethse A- lh a0 t...

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. — 12 September 1869

n mw NS, wU Bas nm B 1 Me, 31 ·c-·a than e DiOcl 0Y aoxLvN5 oaiiee of he tif Avon tf L @oMWey, ia the Eastern Di- A a dedicas b .. - . the Be-- __ ing; 4rected on - tra the atholio Bawd "` ind oa or Nawaax.-Cheek'c Zkeatises baad, FReemetOW,- ifX. JF. .he Cathelle Church at revl F reeIantow, N. J.;known as "*Our Lady of wes the Valley," was dediatedt on  nday, 29th NLae ult., In the presence of a large concourse of no ai people. The services commenced with the Boll I solemn blessing of the building by the Rev. houe, Dr. Corrigan, President of aSeton Hall Colleg rev1 and Vicar General of the Diocese of Newark, oin who was assisted .by the ev. Mr. Doane, psa- h tor of the Cathedral, and Chancellor of the cotfe Diocese. an oR Diocasn or CoLxvnus.-The first Synod of and " the Dioeese of Columbus was hold on the 20th ni < ofAugust, 156, with all the ceremonies.pro- Naple cirbe by the Roman Pontifoical. The Retreat ýGeue for the olergy, preached by the RightRev. Ibtr. Bishop of 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. — 12 September 1869

S. ygsb nex ºun wa umu - 'for tlie.&fltt We ifll publish next week tlhe instrao tions received FpoUR Opie relative to the plenary bidqi etce to be .galted on thp jubilee granted by the Sovereign Pontiff on ta.;oeasieon of the coming Council. THI NUw -bIo--MTHE TItUTII LEAKIsG Ouv.-mbIe sister Of the imprisoned nun, Bar1~p~ Ubryka who is SOtU living at SWarsaw', has comhmulicated to a Polish Saper.(the Daily Courier) some' frther ýr eioi " of lher chistory. It appears from her statement that der parents were small It;ailea' proptiietoAt, and that they died yoe.tg, hatng four daaugtLers. . O these nua, afterwads o Ihased Barbara, was 9brgouhtt up. yier auint, and tfterwards ant' _t1he te school. of the Order lp the Saitatlbn 'Her _she became ill, upon which sly was' taken b.. the Countess DsIewsano#rm ihttithe bhoase As soon as her hesal ~ egan to' Improve she, againi beggaa~di t~aken -to the Coenratlf -ie .V09i"T6iao, but she was-refused adwadte. She 4tlmW obtained an introduct...

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. — 12 September 1869

.,as water aM!!lealditrnK : t od anen, , multk 5 is of s'e e - 'rd, ouste, aq lango 1is aotry plsWe te t.yar toal itib polerated l-r it aa ta.  ey--L eaircetaa u0the iaoitne oft r. ioie" arm.ibe i.i. - , tonu froa tbhe eosai  6.44. therefore ,pr4s '1 larger dliughts from 4tessatain of itelo. To be C toure pli-it-feCsty'Atsaus tea cent glasses or heosatihr auws mead,,ftig both gods and eon, are, i, leatt'ul a lnape li toi te eye-ab ovri rhictcrig c sotrce of illea5Ot'* t Nwer noaFIM Acnkisn umor Oret.- The last 1 letter received from Aschbissltp Odin -was  a c the 2t4 of Jao)ly;.' i6t' data emtiai that his ~ health was betteo st*inod of ;ataaioniost com- 1 1letcrecowery ofltiestoiadelt enabling himn oc bear early at kintO cffOt rntriseht. But the r reel 4 1iVgw5 SI l sa l. odtter* t aatiolh a~i, itlt proeLe opg goedd o him sa*iritts- t tinctnei of vodeerant , h ve ontliisedt to feeto great weakwe. aelth; asiWh fat netoleata ting ti iiholy Sacrifee. ie was hitdttrn to o the w...

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. — 12 September 1869

h Co taw~'r says: A vary r. James li'Knght, thb *wt L la conneated with e f-tt, has been presented waith " 1iq(sa in thet ahape of an idr m with the hando sum taiUo a ' bl (his fil"ends a admirers. 4Carrow Post annoenass the 400A b diseasa at the Barrow House Oaiasý fHemuy Cole, Eaq., at the advanced ahe yeas .aceased was reapected by Jlia4i ryas ell as his mployms, U h the t-pont offie of Controller ofthro W Navigation Company, whom he sereld Jutr y fo 0lobtg period of forty Th r Earmid wi tried before a spia ury at the Carlowa d in a a the o rotestant instittions to h the ts Lady Esmonde in her .last iours, made auch aumptuous beqasts, w e leaving nothing to her own children. COC.A Cork corruepondent says that in ease . ire, by taking a pla in the his tn la it wil . be n soght fry mine others than Mr. *ssy, Chairman of the Natianal Bank. Dam r.-The Orang anniversary was oar sled ioutn XLor on the lnth Joly with mots than ual et An address was deliv ered by Mr. Johnston, M. P.,...

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. — 12 September 1869

be e 1 - PR o e wl'isd u m b' rea ess s dlmrelu liet d f1 author has daeed i.e e.plo e oto eve.ry, P ihild learns moss te irst e a of it la1 IF ,,tho,,-a l ft bt ,h t:ee, io then w. hat he leorse the u oo e ho u"tJuslO now l to mese dLtesees with his e, t ttet dl btano bny touh, and to use in tht t wamkon. Hi sefnm e ac mere keen and tl nscept ble, and the list period of a child' d lfe is that of aenaatsotl edsaaeo n. uatumr t truly proves a seevoean- teacher in these is branches, but the general ImpTissaon ta we. bave no need to ipp1sed bt her instrotlione Is hrroneous. Those who have visited the more modern Kindergarten schools that originated in Germany, an have lately been ntroduced into our country, have been surprised at the amount of information eonveyed, sad the real thirst awakened in the mnlads of eallren too t roung to undergo the rotoin, of school eIons. lhe sensations are as capable of education as any of our faculties; acd mach may be sao complished in the earliest y...

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. — 12 September 1869

a UsUaA mIJan 15s. sln. iStxeeet ft 6C4 s Protestand iaes have tte thauhe res csjld aeb lae hbcoo'"5 4 mih at wha tranired at the Passiontat Monastery i in"'ihn b a lay of :tIon , anit°f W Protnt, as vle sees. o sdipeerts will° et wheicow~f On t th, e: see p , ...A, ":. C r. L ,ee we say ,ua certing - care bY14heetr- u 'of-uate -_ ars by bysvelia havetoetiaie thatlueso wares could snot be sccottk-at'.?iiI theslap.poer uatural me s io th vin ,:r ass at of wbattranpred at the Peasionist Monastery its fmished b a lady of -b^-i astJat , lmffi prtestanDt, as wiUla l"been. O ir rsi ara-will exe gpli tiagi$ ow Juslgfits in the cse: .Ptlage1 +s bfashont edseta y, with iwie sight-i at oman Catholic, I was early Mary, at Emmett"bur ad their mf my your - mial, cd I was lygrepar e , e theat the oen~' tin Ia the ithe , h, erld lt sI do is ,is' . t a t * for nw. eal"- o . . A af sa we o acquainta. . wt euly "'evouI seihstionR whe the rolics. as don ma i the oe a tone cpin wm the tn er~u.le...

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. — 19 September 1869

.o. 3b0 tradr AUMeel. beihopes cam Op ,nd J .. " .. . eryu Rev. N. E Peas r. V G., Vice Prealdent. _, ,: r. o i,` Treasufri Mr. T.' {M ':ofq •- .ý - rat .. x S tommnnleti ae to m addre to the m ingle gopie Te Cent.-" " A-dvert iseme nts er he rte of 50 her squOre eahs t l ies solid on IaeIrei , onst . : ce .t 1 per . qu tr. . .J +a p an, +T fde D ienttr oof ovth opn he inserted stRed disAhouht, tobpnertained from " t be A ent. and at the niee. laMbusiness notices of adve -ttaemeni sto be _ _ . _ . I, VOLUME I . NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1869. EQRNIN!G laAR AN CATHOLIC MrSSE.GEX. JrKY ,.,.e. T a T. 1, it... ,n.....- .- . ST R A D C T O IC M $ E D R '1l ie d e a tt. dr, h , n n r ý . .ý r,........ _ .. ___.-_ . _ -_ _iý ý ' 1RNING BTAR ANRD CATHOLIC lMESSENGER. NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. SEITIll:MEI 19, l.-Inr. PHANT'OMS. ' Thiere' iot a iome. ioweer so lrtigct, io hela;rthlstolne e'er ti c,'h'c'r y, Ilut srtn:ll 'icln t }lool na tidl iti bright Of plhauta:u aiadows dre...

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. — 19 September 1869

We tae grat . .leutare in publiashing te aoVing eatele, that -we had in the New SrkJisr' s ef Osaeausree, wbiob has rt ntly paid sderable attention to the public sehbef qu ena. Its views on this subjeot, so ar swe have noticed tbhm, have been sound u-. saa . md deserve more than ordinary bi o ben the fact tha tha editors of that pae known to be staunch, outspoken - will be een thaitbe soelalitio and com~mnist viw of the New York 2Wlusis re sneossfilly combated Isoar previous notices of the common school s.te.p.. now administered, we set forth at some losth its -failure to meet the primary fect oltf1 establshmeiDt. Tee" can be bat ge plea for a system' of -IAp4bI instruction maitaioed at the ceOu on expense, nd this in the assaumpiot l that gnoraoe isdanger ens to the well-beting of the State, and the eav nent Is thorefohbeband for t.own ro ection to provide the eans of i3struet on. Ata poit, hhe inqury tatkes a two-fold di ><-es yonW machl education will carry ad secopd, h...

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. — 19 September 1869

ga05 e IaRs AND s laj!E0rUo I > paxO s. _- -- _------ --_ _ _. _ gw Ol3a"a, UXDaYDAY, ARPTMBBB _s ags.a DrcbssZ or ERai-On the th inist. the new Roman Cathbuli Charmh of Lineerille, Pa., was dedicated to Al hl *O der the name and protection i t. ilip the Apoetle, by the Illustrious an noble ishbop  llen, of Erie. Thoe ahuh was crowded tO its tmmost and there were many who could not gain ad. muittance. The greaser proportion were non Catholic. DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK-Hot Sirta.,-On the festival of the Assumption, the RightRev. Bishop Fitzgerald dedicated aeatt and ansi; ciently commodionus edifie to the service of God under the title of St. Mary's of the 8prings. This little church is the llfth or sixth of its kind which o e ia had the courage and energy to undertake since his advent to Arkanss; among a people numerically insig niftiant, and oppressed with poverty. The number ofoonversions of late i- neither few nor unimportant. The Bishop himself and his Vicar General, Ve...

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. — 19 September 1869

(m m" T .ma u . ·u.- 1,.Y. "- ......... . So of eh eiS thi, sub •ot oII o#t lst MVA" S4th. The .$vbre n o p ine u nothaving s the olest of each as Srg at as Sb a e *jae X ME a reh ý ý o ship tr tble shei aould remain there :, a t I .eac .. aPl. ,.rob there sire d albox~ exclusively to Tof}Feel ' a ,uestunptposed to us, o Add tha h in e Churches toWe haeceive this should remain ther otiven bonly duthering threa tion of the pIndulgencesx ercises, but it '`te e time given and bt the tions that have leen proposed by different countries, as to th m ner of observing the rsondtions necessary to gain the indul genfe. raWe publish the answedbi thate loaere Sprotical interest for the Catols of thtis We. h Sohave reivedgn Pontim has perinsitta thers given by thoCongregation of Indulgences ys of fasting to bhave seen proposated, so that pdiffersons ay countries, as to the manner ofto observe them in the 1 The Sovereign Pontifik has permnitte tho same week. 2. The fasts proscribed by the Chur...

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. — 19 September 1869

rsZw O1L.EANS. IIIISUNDAY. sPTLIMRR i,. owg. sWvaw o Th1 - Ww s. By. VtCaar''s Orax AtrvLu lsr.-The sweet ness of infancy, when surrounded with the comforts of a home, is a subject engraves on the heart, causing true regret tliat'ipoh love liness should emerge into even har~ming child hood, instead of continuing a perpetuaM tablese ricant of innooence. t The helplessness and tenderness Is the same whether the natural protectors are spared to cherish them or not. But how sad and tearful is the condition of the orphaned infant, unless a spirit inspired by the love that the Saviour cxpressed by taking them in His arms is im iparted to some who will befriend them in the same.manner. This thb Sisters assume to do. Aid they must ha'e, or strength and ability to carry out theirkcind intentions will fail The St. Vincent's Asylum, if visited, would furnish a more imliressive lesson than we can give. Owing to the criminal negligence of the State authorities, gaunt want now stares them in face...

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. — 19 September 1869

- -r . .. . , s -e, :Va . learwse of e.o S the rae nnt o, Con is 4L sl of Mywehall nei arly .#R ehiaten, to gv thesu prishes Caui,-In - te` to the Cerh o a date, : " ne afthea el rfth .e h le pearty Lhe .rebel,,was the. te tried. and con Sin 1l6d'l a, who, msne" hnrismanas last, toh beeomoeo to i te of two e.ao liThe e k.in neeas a b'w: e Re. Joseph S . of Holhed, Who ad ot elated thine t R r Kewardne of edIea te duringew owfrei at Btil ybend tbrItg thve in deed m to e r lately, at gSunday4,8 2th' ir .,siyd oang Beta da visit toa his native untry, ea  e t of KinL John riskin, of Oaro olved to prove thew2srmth of a late date ayudshi him. The utility of witnesses w timbo tfled at Brat Hote they Kinopetet town whergive the revidence to v it ishe verna tongue, was id ' beaing a appropriate ineription. KI.-A correspondented of the occasDublin of the 17sthlt., has : Harvest opera soari hnoai h$ itlb y acquilutted with the tions have partiallyommend n future givenevigh orhood ofAthy ure ...

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. — 19 September 1869

-NN,= M ..a W. Why is a leaky bes l like a owesd It runs. The latest sesation- mosquito bite at 11.59 P. 1. When does, a farmer dpuble u~p-a shep with out hurting it f When he folds it. "Sal, what time do your folks dine ?" " Boon as you goes; that's missus' order.." If you visit a young woman, and you are won, and she is won, you will both be one. In making our arangements to live, we should never forget that we have also to die. If we had no faults ourselves, we should not take such pleasure in observing those of others It is said that a man's word should be as good as his deed. In some oaseu it Is, and both are worthless. Why is it important for a physician to keep his temper ? Recause if he did not he would lose his patients. - " That's the rock on which we split," said a waggish husband to his wife when she asked him to rock the cradle. Be always sure of doing good. This will nlaku your life comfortable, your death happy; and your account glorious. On a child being told that h...

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. — 19 September 1869

new eir e Sthe corn mum A ný n , d,,- even ing ebbs :s. _nAtbey it cated m.luda tme body of ther hceh ba handsome sailing thoeis pews, wita eseaes~ - the iddle on aide aises, have been erected, which, it is esthled owill seat about en btandred people. immediately over the iain en oun.e is a galler for the choir. The r on n some two or three osan sofl ly and /About t etcSunday morning a giptt whmrof peoplme. be i-PtoceUidn: g- v t*Q$lsf the new churchp to take a view of it. out and to adns teas some bt 'flows and pointed rooo, s st.t e .Y .tge cross5. . At aeiont leen. o'clock, the edlface being well flled, a procesion started out from the vestry corposed in this order: Six bos-ttw boys in frment bearing a large silver eross; Father Kelly; Fathers Cook and Walsh; - *The ptoopsloo walked down the middle aisle and out of the door of. the church, where the ceremonies prescribed by the Roman' tetual for- the. dedication of a new church were at once commenced. At that hour the a came do...

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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