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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 October 1869

NQRWING Ma ZIDa aROus I nmmaOmw . Th OVI lrnvw O>LAS. UYIDAT. COTOKII 10. tew . e asvas or sun arsar.i: r1 Y m XW -01 ?m3[ W.l re Th Bnorara Aaeoosa.-This emineat member wi of the Brothers of the ChristiaqLSchools, who ,w was latoly President of .8t. Mary's College, Foucher street, in this city, died in St. Louis cia on the 14th lnit. He left here at the term'n- o tion of the last session, with shattered health, or resulting from ineeaeunf tlabore in the cause to pi which he sacrifyid his life-the Christian edui cation of youth He was a native of King's 1 county. Ireland, but came to this eoilutry A1 luite young, completing his no itidte in Mon- chl treal. After filling variousimiportnant trusts, Ca he came to Now Orleans in 1t53-tho year of the great epideoi-'and being attacked, his thi life was deepaired of, and he received the last rites of the Church. But ('od spared him, to accomplish his wise purposee. After his rebov-c cry, he was ordered to various patls, founding th and ...

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. — 10 October 1869

g -UO gXM AN* sss aaasa s u ass. nORK.: ltotlaostion hbas been received that the Lo ard el tbla Admlrrrri would' arite at Queueutown, with the Channel Beet, on the Wth W, to-aa g the Royal Dock. o0n Suday tI.li,. the nishop of Eallcle conscrated hre mnew altsars in the Church of taroan', Rwrea. Diar-fist i of societies whih -are aboc bes goda k Lcldouderry the D sbb bs aa aWe ast hap bpy to perceive that the oes hrd-.wrhieg menn of London dey he ued te ves into aaeaigSecia tion foar ofity dlsplay4p w Ich iatmendhhtab oy. Down.- ta oter golden link whie h binds the pent to t ast ba beeeverd by the had oleath. h Rev. Henry McLaugh lin, P. P. of Loghgnle, aged 76 years, a de parted, to reseive te reward of his labors. L tng.-0q honday , Sept. the friendsof M. M. W. tteman to a selnertiaty entertlainment abt M ' otl, aciwil presented him with abeantiful gold watehgnar ad loakst, on the event of.lis leaving fer San Pretosuc ocr G Oa wav.so5em ay*-ee-5 e-a-fatal accident tooke 1eathUo7n e...

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. — 10 October 1869

licsOM "Mom". now 'll'l ' r4 QGP -- 'WIT, hA5D WISWU C] - her ei of paOledo-Get attgapred., i o lik a spotto yer sex. when he will 'into hot watery' I'm oungi at oi examples, forfor. Ann; he young men are shwa~v a ' I them. Ann lae who pokes his nose evq eIstwW some- v lmue poke it between a thasuk ,ean fore.tg r. 1 .An A prudenlt man," sars & witty Freehbman, care is like aupmi.r ia head provents him going gaau 0o far." a Some lawyers resemble folks who can lqep A n-nay position. It is immaterial on which in ide they lie. ss her N-ever rely on information got through a key- i ale. Such apertures were never uinvenouted chil itllher for hearing or seeing. he c The course of true love never runs smootl-- And either ldoes natriniony, for at the start there And 3 no wedding without a "hitch." Wh Fio was a-foolish fellow, and inclined to go " o extremes, who, becausnae be had a horror of tem apital punishment, refused to even execute anet mussiol. 001 An Illinois editor, speaking 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. — 10 October 1869

- *i rwesd s amrwnew neees _iibri m _R et the Memig -of w. .d ss season, to the advastages at averltIsg in the Memmo 'lb.r tr o August 111, the mI ot colsns and teewYk s ofthth t It ,oonabPlr(iaid Agtso. teo coluamns ao .iemets af~mlisigtin te, .iib sd $one sand t halfto tw dluram o naer .advsrtiseme S every tthe .maber of August 15, tie middle ofr the doll deacon, contained twenty and a balf colmues, and the New York Herald of the 16h auguet only sixteen columns of advertisements. With the eircalation of the Mourneo STn, in sunines in the tM sdad $$et, and through out the States of Texas, Missisippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, Alaamas and Florida, its without a rieat in New Orleans as a family advertising medium. OIce, 109- Gravier street, between Camp apd Magasine streets. Seand i advertisemenmts at the latest Friday evening. (rferat.siiuins sr ndacathoucxesseuesr. Charity. Nature itself seems to ir d us of it. See, the leaves are falling amd the limbs of trees will soon be nde, anda sh...

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. — 17 October 1869

* ..* * t - ndNo. .og GraveW stret. between Cmp anid Yap.e r~nEbiOO~i& nnctrets4 ±,' The DreStO&ar sofbason :on Prm ee .he Yost Her. Acbso .oa rd dentV p sarA - • r e ""e AU r tlm dons ired stob at erea to the ` Y "l - " " ' " dtoh Agen stot andayh a O.tu x ,i ' " ~ofbsuaiPtion, Four Deafaper annum, Tin adanle n o. t, AvaetiseIm. t t - /_• pac rusqa nsszdc 7 er ar. son ht line ls , soala enfreil. fs serin cnt pe eg r inserted at toterrvt. to be4 . ......e... -."ta. 'i be cAdvert~ nste for a moutho r inseted t a lieddiscount, tobed ceiatneid 155 _ AllnniaueiaO notices of aetyertiuemsnt5 to beJ_ ;netdltro~l Yor~ the dice. ermor it ~Ll~i chargedr 0 aetenetper~ e, l each inuertion. t pul~aif co-N.ie vrirsret HdW BEAVTIFUL ARE THE FEET Of THEM THATBRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD T~ffGS! Y L VOLUME 11. 109 NEW O S A MO1 VOLUE IL EWORLENS, MORNING, OCTOBER 17; 1869.- .. .... . . . ... __. ... . 'a._. L., . '_ . .. . -'    ';-' MORNING BTAR AND AhOAvLiO kuWmmUm Ut _ _ was NEW OR...

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. — 17 October 1869

4 SW. -=,are . . lmow. al e Jatter o sbea RIt "sJn Quinlaa, ,_-rerd Betres eof twe lerC y ad Lved Children of Thoogh 'It be known to yon already from many sunres of informatiobi, we foel it our datv, on the present oceaaion, to oicially an neuoe to yoa U That our Holy Father, Pope Plus IX. has solemnly proclaimed an (eumencal or al Council of the Chuhb,; to open.on the aip cembey-Fea5A., of the Imnasonlate Con a-ptsia oft m other of God-of this - That in virtue of his supreme authority a Vicar of Christ and head of His Church on maued, under pain of censure in the event of in.eac ble absenO, All the Bishops of thi Ca * .theij world to smia at Its deliberations. That, relying solely on the "Father of ast,"a ao "eve good and perfect '-oe " for nows and power, and wisdom, and blminZ- to uture Council, he invitesi~n its behalf the ed, fervent and pra~ye uln appliationto theo the throne of grace, f bfthtaithf-_hegibout the world; ald, in reward of their obedience and love,- confer noon...

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. — 17 October 1869

Y STAB AND CATHOLIO lRGEL. Riss-A will hive gIW ORLIANS. SUNDAY. OCTOBElI 17. 1869. - cncernia were but " ]O=ION CATHOLIC IIITLLIGEN O. Iates, one - ambition, RoM , Sept. 16.-The Couneiff.-The prepara- the head tory seslsion of the Synod of Fulda has taken condemne dace, and was attended by thle Archbishop of St. Peters bologne and Munich, with the Bishops of Broes. I'his osi tau, Mainz, Paderborn, Treves, Wnurzburg, tllht iot Augsllurg, Ri:ihstadt, Ermuland, Ilildesheini, that, tlI Osnutabrucki, Filds and Rottonburg, Luxern- Connt , burg iand l)resden, niad the coadjutor of Fri- whi "i tn burg. The Bishops of Passau, Spires and not refis Wortns sent their Grandl Vicars to represeut a I obtalti then. The n1o1t perfect necord is said to have p ilves, thi reigilnedl in the Synod, and the vast ,liass of thel servinlg tcrnia; laity fully support tiht decision ofI is inuhli t tihr spirituil leaders. It will he olservyii rstmarkit that the tajiorily of th lib i hps presentit- i io uscu...

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. — 17 October 1869

> , ?84.xAR$ SUi2WAY. OCTODRX . e.'....OcI. 17--t. "ld Wildow. Thtr y...Ot tI--St. ]r[ otJerusalem, Blishop snd L O...O.t :3--St. Ills, of V tantioplo. Subscribers moving, will please notify the office of their change of residence. AcKxOWLEDoexnT5s. - Andrew Geiser, Covington, La., $2; James Compton, Jack son, Miss., $6; Rev. Father Lamandie, Gran'd Cotean, $4; B. A. Smith, Esq., do., St. Stianislaus Academy, Bay St. Louis, $4. NEws FROir AXCHBISHOP Onrx.-A let ter has been received from the Most Rev. Archbishop, dated September 15. The in terval between this and the preceding let ter gave some uneasiness, especially after the news that had been JpdirectlZ received. It appetars that during his second stay at Vichy, the Archbishop accidentally took a bath of too high a temperature, and ex perienced serious inconvenience from it, tlwhich caused him much suffering. This indisposition, which he took at first for aln attack of rheumatism, was an inflamma tion, which affected more part...

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. — 17 October 1869

OR.a N STAR AND CATHOLIC rs*ENOER. en NEW OR-.LEANB. BUNDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1 si -- an He had received reproof from the general of cl his order for former offences, and it wastItse reproof wlhich called forth the expression of those views which we have quo.ted. But this Fr reproof, though intended to be kept within the Fn prelincts of the order, will nevertlheless pass Ieyonid, and fiid-n echo in the heart of every Bi Catholic who detests the semblatnce of arro- in ance and pride, and who cherishes the sub inme virtue of humility. COLUMNiKILL. of REVIEW OF THE WEEK. nn P-c.a'sE: WVrr.-The P'iayoUne of last Tiues day contained anr article in its editorial col uinns to which the following was an introduc tion : M "A lady of our acquaintance is just now af- eh ilicted with a Bridget whose verdancy is abso- at Ittely past belief, as the following incident 'i will prove-" " We cannot afford space to copy the 28 or :0 tl lines which demonstrates this verdancy, as it can be given in a much ...

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. — 17 October 1869

Amse uAR L2ED aNI0% Ko IEnSuE. 4WFrW d" t lRAr. 5s DAT, OCTOBER 17. 1ees. CwrheAfar Mr 4 5ktbb5sea.-The Southern persannounce that the instruments of the bsubieren band, which disappeared on the 6th inst., were found stuck in a hole in a place called the Old Pound, all broken and battered atd quite useless. The bandsmen, though Sipitbislag with the amnesty movement, de dinedto perform at the meeting held at Skib bereen on the 5th. The next night the band rdom was broken into, and the instruments taken away.-Kation. The population of Ireland is still decreasing steadily. :During the" secoind quarter of the present year there were nearly 40,000 births, but during that same period the country lost by death and emigration, in nearly equal parts, nofewer than 5.1,000. "If there had been no emigration, the natural increase of the Irish people would have been over 15,000 in thlbse iaiamonths, or ct the rate of half a million a decade; but as it.s the oiie black,l fatal, ever working fact...

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. — 17 October 1869

-gB3GB O TAN AND .C. H OUO N0AL.fu ,XL NNW O KANS. SUNDAY. CCTOIBERB 17. laS. WTI AN DI WNIDON 01 A hand-to-band affair-marriage. IIouschold words-Papa, mammna. A thorough washerwoman-Sal Soda. A good name for a Scotch policeman-Mac- as nab. - A stulmp orator-a dentist who talks about -t himself. Upon what object in nature has every atior to written ? Upon the earth: Railroad mts out West areeoking with hi astonishment at a trunk marked " lwortli, ti Kansas," / Thie ilt 'sense, j rtlcnlarly for people who is haven't ii re jIfkable stock of mental fund li- i reticenlce ti Those who know the world will not be bash fiul. and those who know themeolveawill never lie impudent. h'ly is a stove an agreeable affair in summer a as well Is in winter t Because it is always grateful when coaled. G A little boy, disputing with his sister, ex- h claimed, " It's true, for isa-says so; and if ima says so it is so, if it ain't so." A Chien'go girl says that she don't g't mar ied, for t1he reason th...

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. — 17 October 1869

this Wanted to Die a Catholi. has .., ..---.. twe We take the following lonatof a recent ose eunolne at For$. Augustus, in sln e.a shire. dsoJ 4 from tixe London cr, to o whih it was communicated by a gentleman ain o.i hbora of that aplace, and oRol -,d Wheoe w eed thetanost relianc is placed. no "uiablsat"osal 'version of the affair was pub- of-i .h tt the Protestant papers, with the maIr Sof" iiangodim on our teligion, tro ' ihierto quiet village was thrown intoI Cal sFeirtlemset on the evening of Monday- has hiino aseq-ence id our rpe priest I the been seat for y anold slitary ge t tagI ma-a Captain ioss-who has been confined ra t bed-for mame time pt. The captain has, not om every opportunity that he could get, in 'lh of aisn of his ]lady (wsho isria junior by up- to l *nof ir.ny eCI se uorgent reqoests ide irthet iss to ist him. When smb bbeeame pre ?as Zfltt. the dying veteran of Waterloo had roe .zoeevd to leek admission into the Catholic Io ChLreb, she remed to allow the ...

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. — 17 October 1869

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Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 October 1869

- r -- AS- . -- .a t g of , bsin's season, to the dwa*tgs ad iv in the Motis on _h "OrgSY4 ll~ r "torc#t7 u.heh it o- nt...d .dpi*thdin5 , om one and C half to tw etomts- of na w advertismiits vespy wak. /"" 'The number of August 15, the middle of the -'aull a~emon, contained twenty and £ half columns, and the New York Herald of the 16th August only sixteen columns of advertlments. With the eireulation of the MOxIxIxO STR, in fanihilusj In th hqCit ap4tatse and tog out the States of Texas, Mlhssilppi, Arkan , Tennesaee,.laISb s end Florida is wthout a riel in N~ew Orleens as a family dv tising medium. OMei, 109 Gravier beltween Camp and Masgsine streets. SSen p. advese nots at t latest F·riday ,evening. ./ (7or thetoring 8str CstholieMessenger l Nature itself to remind us of it. See, theore mare ang a the imzb of trees willsoon hen n d sh n rouhlrPby .the winter wind, J'hnk, thea, of te sea tilycov ered limbs the pose, shivering in theold. The rain fallin In torrents, psirlps upon y...

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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