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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 7 November 1869

ýw" "Ej.lU llt N ;°'IrOVD[81t 4. Ise., FtVMa'fUWIIuU&II PIxr.-''1lhe followlng care he ,name'ef thulalliS. atidlbeti asalsitasti, 'aho ar. t ;raid'M tl i abLuI s M Nof ai fTherbn g S i 'SST! *hbloh 1to nbe helfib 7sMSOItO HNai4 the 131t Lhashet ' Table No. 1-ýYIM~e. ý3,ByrtE' u.tau, 1ea. 1eL5 ilolwrdeon. " . ; Table Nu. S--Mbo M17y DHay; aaebtesteaUSS 1ate aluanen O'rtee. Star Anderson. Table N.3..-.Mh aeMoves: a.laatanta, W.U S.Murphy mda Breen. - ý T. Table Noi4 -M Lisaie Dunn ; aaataeh, Miawa Na dolneI . G5) &Ddiadderk and Thleaauiafl. TaIbl No. b-1ri yLncoln ; aealatunt, Kisses Ires Lincoln, MeConltak e and Furlong. Table No. 6-Mrs W. II. (ap tlnig; aaiat.MR,*i Alice MuGuulie. O rLU n M.i tan. y ~ TabtabT4 H-W~ anley; SIeL~iSiaB. NiD -hra MTanley, aud DhtVy. ' / Table Me. -& L!. 3a ýýºeala~ TUbi Noe. 9-Mrs. T, Qurlter ; assistants, MuMS D·. QuIlter, Nary White, and Ellen Botlrt. Table No. 1-0-MlaH. O(Meefo ; iesiataft, MIss Whif' field. - : BLE8AI2 O OF TUE .$IrO VIL...

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. — 7 November 1869

It tbalagest .and we weould ay. i pow-erfP l over held in Igslsa .t last do >s $ Ot the gatest of tl meetings eooveud by D.nie 3 ý Coe1. i* abekibs etneetth weqss pg n pro either e, ~ like vnof owin bam Os gtej There , erea ery large nd prepared' at greet weefebads, ad the l. otn me wome wme sat mouse .wmeag wo et ttIho ma~ix _w sore ie m i n. the w of thet "-ti K qe wa r of those messd the iC die;k wld hare _Jikeaem i ºom oi te the sea rree ths tif thmese meend o t , to de meatd he pepseof the v one t s year oraa of Irish or tade dileisteaion oun own, -b, , or the NestOstlon of , .eg later., nopowereonearth me. gh to rist. If it has everee the intentio the Governmept to liberate the political pris enre, they hhve detained the~n one day too lon The speehese dwvered esterday are of littl priance compned with the appear- I ance of. the people te lves. In that was i the warning or the lesson we would prefer t to call it. his jpeeon is given by orderly, peaceable, inoffensive me...

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. — 7 November 1869

tsa oanznxa svwsaa savsa n ".v J :UILIII IIU. . Wrria Si.-ýhilarens, do on wish to1be lelgraM.t ý o Tes1s~ follows, ehn manhood shall have ed` t aplace of ohildhoodbl:8p d yourr winter evegs in study, in redla i and in some Qcaipation that w-il e groewth to your mind as well as to your botly. Young geatlemen, are reputation ad the enjoyment of soelal relations youtf amas Then spend your winter evenings lbJasmiliarising your minds with practical science and business habits; read reflect and examine for your selves; aseoeate only with the good, the wise, the virtuous, and you will find in perseverence certain success. Young ladies, would you have health, friends, good characters and good husbands Then spend your winter evenings in acquiring useful general and domestic knowledge; let your companions \be your mother, industry, neat ness, modesty, good books, and worthy suitors, and you will not feel the pangs of 'hope de ferred." Parentsb weald you be honored in honoring your famil...

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. — 7 November 1869

- i .... %:~'," 2. a I the ez.h pe llist, has becom a Ia an yis aa per'bai rbur The Pope is said to be the .oist active pedes tri i .... 0Lo Oriental naith~ipts were added to the :rrU s i"bShe'RsiWalta kh.bab upt. 7 a m.4 ie.t vimc. - ia:f.d aut at ayc ryis taons sat to Vo. t,-thi u t Weeit tistoer, whoe doath is .~aii ... rrensah i` so.j .rineoief eaUr da. ' j, ,e1J'byl $0ta i, has l on c"ewnndy b Ther nte ist is story of'a&,a of Ws pra h dC, the publheb s of Teinais ua ita nritee the poet-1osaiste an income. 1- tan, it is said; borrowed $6,000,000 in p]w 4,br iaer to eclebrate Eageale's visit in a edteiang manner. An lois judge lately stopped a lawyer in the midt of. his argument to marry a couple, who couldn't Wait. Vincent, the deputy executioner of Paris, is *iwSm of the Soietb for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. - Tbenly bachelor in the Cabinet is the See oetary of the Navy, who is said to ap beset by a et of a.g~gtygals. Sixty perso s have committed suicide at Hoei...

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. — 9 January 1870

- 4t , Morning Star and Catholic Messenger B - ?TTLIBITD WEEEILY BT nI New Orleans OCatholic Thblication Company, at No.J09 f ratier street, between Camp and Mapa. Tim oasm atne streets. O wihthe appialo _ The Directors of the Company are: adIitted Theb Most Rev. Archbishop J. M. Own, Pre.. Chli dehrc Ter. cofito anbscriun M, ounr Dlar per annumm th Of IMon MCaLosdac ; Mr.--mcpadtn¥aay, Tren. 'en "-on- T& ".'",1 - Advertisen enta inserted qt the rate of 01 50 " r A ler sq u a th t i s rf o t inead r l e tos. te- oon . M.trell, constituting a, O tare. R ha b ubsequent rnearion 5 cents per square1, r er a . AI vertme I .ts WnLrntU at Intervals, to beadane cha'rged as new crash Insertion. :"l ~ Advertiee cuts for a month or over will be110 the A g e t s a n d a t th e o f T li n esr sa N o n. - . o r Amrll cusonett ntineg of adverte. mente to be qen t - - . " . . 0 lio 9 ARE THE FEbI OF THEM THAT BRING GLA D TIDINGS OF GOOD aHINGsI" -Putlisation Office--No. 10Grarier street. _-...

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. — 9 January 1870

*os1NP 3rTA urnD oC&oLla CMZBIXGX The Jubilee at Baton Rouge. B.sroN >lCvoU , Deit 'i , 18O9. The services of the Jubilee cliosed in our -burch on Christmas in the evening, at about eight o'clock. with the sieurnl silgting of the ac r1-ulu. ].)iiriaill) tlor lnll ofi the .Juihti e, datlng froml tie "lh, hie fleast. of thle 1 ninacu late Cotep thllti, the chlurch has b2l, en well at tonded.. The Mses wc.re at. six, sevei, eighlt anvd ntlieI 'cloi.l ill 11 lie llnliiLig, ol that every ione rs tbtn all otralU l uiy oittendhin. French t Eniglish itecrlonoll s'r tlwli\ ~iel t evelry \eveolig, with the tlclerdictilio ill the Bllssitled .acrltuecft. Oliur pastor 1141 his two isitrnilts worked wi h their hmelt.loll lll 'ta'l. We canI not state tl Ieelxiaet iiiiitnlar of Itolltl iilll us, but tilhe results heave liciti: gre:t hc.sing to Thai old iiest anid to the hole tathole illic ipt latioln. As for the 'Frenih dIliscollin s deli.verCd by the b-ev. Father Chocrniti , Ae t(a oiind...

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. — 9 January 1870

MORNING STAB AND CATHOLI.C YMES EGOR. 13W_ ORLEANS, SUNDAY. JANUARY U. 1n76. Tht Pope's Allocution. At ten o'clock the Pro-Synodal assembly was held in the presence of the Sovercign Pontiff within the precincts of the Sixtine chapel. The Cardinals, Primates, Archbishops and Ilishopd were all present. The following allo cution was pronounced by the Pope: Saier.d (Ellnnllical Councllil of 4till VlCLIcan eitng abolut to take place illn a few days' timlIe, lwe ical  ited uit.Shing iiore suittblr and agreeable tls, venerable brothers, that tihe adtdressing ul.,ives to you all asselblel here lIt No .ei s IL IuIinlss, Lbelil tile il- k l t51e 11 nl, l hall g only IIIs to. il 11111re f11 this day acding to) our wsrh, iln ordtn" to laigle, t"i aL iSi io lot theit lhiigt' iv that w ItI car i l i ll 0111 a I t. ri lng til. litIl ter ind l lt0 i ol is ll a riS t hrtt kill Ig-t:lt, I IIIIJItl, cicti-- vt has v" iid .d it tly ,..r'it of our pliti " I o l i cit,'1 i aI atIli t g thi itllt I ...

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. — 9 January 1870

X W ous>1"5. V8WD1Y. JArU [la i . l jdt t SnTan s das nft'r Epiplhany. Esu ..y.. "ae, . Wt" -illianm ; 5i--hbi'lid t easday.- St 11gi pnns poe and rtyr, p.il" .. Ja1n. 1-- lt L'a itiiil, l ela, u-t. TIllE lItlaE.G.LA1IT'Y OF TlIlI MAILs.-ý e regret exceedingly that the great irregular ity of the imails this last week has 'placed itout of our power to givc our Leaders the latest news from Rome and from IrLland, which we know very well, they would like to have, and which it would aflord us great pleasure to give them. We regret it the more as the latest telegraph news -th'at has reached us has a-ruior of disturbances in Ireland, without sufficient authority or any details that would give it the appearance of certainty. It merely states that disturb ances were reported as having taken place in Longford, with some loss of life. The policy which the English Government has always adopted in Ireland renders the truth of the rumor probable. Whenever. Irish diaconteutbecame embarrassing-o...

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. — 9 January 1870

KORCIN BTAB AND CATOLIC OE. NEW ORLEANS, SUNI)AY. JAUARIT 9. Ir77 . REVIEW OF THE WEEK. Lr.i; IlsL'rtIle.-This body met and organized on hMonday last. I 1yond titthe receptiou Iof the ('overnior's message, and the us1al rout 1111i co1il1|oni to' the olnllillng of such bodies, notllh ing was d1one1 ill the Senate. In thle llhuse, Speaker Lowell re'signed his posllition, IIandl Mr. Carr was elected' in his pllace. After the (Gov ernor's i1sslgei was rec' ived, andi the return of several bills unsignll;d, the Ilounse aidjourllned. TlE llt1.I.ETIN.-'This sterling journal has entered on its thirty-ninth volullil, which -, imake thle occ.asioni of teniithlr'ilg or1 congrat:ll1'u lations to its genitlell.4lniy proprl'ietors. It-ht-s over been c duclllhlltet1 with ralre ablilit lland c1Ollur tesy, and 1 at Ino period of its career has it been distinguished for these traits (loro conspicn ously thain underl, its presenllt 1liinanigemelllt. By the way, we inotice momle illaccuracies ill the...

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. — 9 January 1870

3W OREANlS. sU3'DAY, ~ J..NUARK9. _ e0. Tb e Metsa a-T- rsmas .a L.-To believers in the Darwin thtor± it will be of interest to kapw that in the qglet baDys a~d rivers ou the iteph'ieoasst of Central and South America there lives anm animal, which might be right.. fully considered as thbe eonnectlng link between naen and fish. It is the manatee, the water siren, the sea-calf, or sea-cow, as this strange animal is sometimes oag4ed It belongs to the order of Cetecea, and _ altogether herbiver one ; living on grass which grows under -water, orou herbs which it seeks on shore. The body is pisciform, .andi measnres some fourteen or more feet in length; the skin being very thick, without hair and of NI dark color. The upper part of the body, e~pecially of the females, much resembles that of a woman, the breasts being of the same form. In place of the hin of tire ordinary fish, the- mtnatee has a short arm of only one joint, which terminates in a sort of hand, on which the nails are d...

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. — 9 January 1870

NEW ORLEANS, UNrDA-. JA.NUARY 9. isle. Ocular punislhment-eye-lashes. Great "shoo" makers-n attie-drivers. The greatest army contractor-Peace. -A water-spoeut-a temperance oration. A uisi4a-UP affsir--boarding-heusetrash. Which is the best ~lace for nothing? In the eye. Motto for an old bachelor-Be,just and fear knot. Fond of catching "flies"-Base-ballists and spiders. At what time was Adam married? Upon his wedding Ete. 7'If you beat me, I'll call out the soldiers," as the drum said. The only organ without stops--The organ of speech iii woman. A lodgting-house of which no one ever com plains-the colfin. What flower would furnish a drawing-room best ! Rose would; The child who cried for an hour one day last week, didu's got it. Life is a corduroy road--the faster you go the more you are jolted. The young lady who "took everybody's eye has been arrested for stealing. A man who took things. as they came em ployed a large team to carry them home. When the value of a joke depends entir...

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. — 9 January 1870

Beasue gra seacasmu av ---~U So3mme ms Lre OA" LI U1 "1L. arw ojpXsAxe s t&, r.WJANUARY o. i09. rmEW iriUULATION8. We are indebted to AMr. Patrick Dongoe, *publisher and bookseller, No.. 10 Franklin strebt, Boston, for the following publicatlons: Sally Caraath, or the UnteoanteA Grares. A tale of Tipperary, by Charles J. Kickham--an interesting tale. 2Te Wearing of the Green Song Book, contain ing about one hundred and forty national songs, suited to the present state of fooling In Ireland. Appeal to Chriseias Youg l1Vows-, more par ticularly addressed to th ciety of "Christian Mothnrs," to the gregation of "Children of Mary." slated from the Frenoh of Mine. 9G yteso, by Miss Sue Blakely. We are inde)de3! Sadlier & Co., 31 Barclay street, New York, for Sadlier's Catholic Directory, Almanac and Ordo for the year 1870, with-Titl returns of the various dioceeses in'thb United States and British North America, uEdil a list of Archbishops, Bishops and Priests in Ireland. We hav...

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. — 16 January 1870

ºe. 10 Greeter street, between Oamp and Napau y -nne streets. - ' *la t . -. SDirectors of the Companyy are "".. . +:" ;- " Ia olio ' rob. The Most Rev. Archbishop J. M. Oone, Pro.l- . ;pe.venýse Very Rev. N. "T. PEaclRC , V. "., Vice President. '-- - "" C. M.; Rev Wp V. M.a....... C FS. . Mr .... ...... based on ajI 6 iai- All commun uti e are to be addressed to the itointofTeMort tarandCholic Messenger doUaeh. Terms of subscription. FuarDollare per' n um, ch eb Kne e n av over will be iin advan ce. n" , Wj~gle 1cope Te bents nm.. "ads ertisements f i erted at tohe rata e of O '5 per quare, the space of eight lines, soli on. th s ius e noAtices of al vertisement s to be *.f M. D1 "alrOP Oa charged 20 cents net per line, each insertion. " JI puolication Office-No. 109 Oravier street. "HOW BEAUTIFUL HE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD TiINGSI" -M VOLUME 1, NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16 .1810. - -a puuhac~~~~~tlOUI- OfieN 0 rvirsre HWBAUIU =~H EE FTE HTBIN LDTD...

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. — 16 January 1870

EEZ6 mar A5D CATHOUIO KEUREg Ng Z.| 1 OWI O3LZNU. IJYDAY. JANUARIY 16. it . ALLnUTION --mwou-ed in the Vatican Basilica at the opesring of the Holy Ecarneical Council by our Most gly Lord IPope' Pius by Dirine Proridencl the 29th, on theI Eighth day of Dleoenaber, liti). o tIs la tlhopu of the Catholic World in the same Council assmble :h" Venerable Brethren :-W-iat by all Onr vows and prayers We have been continually begging of God, that, namely, We should be enabled to oelebrate with you the (Ecumenical Council which We had summoned; this has, by the marked and singular goodness of God Himself, been granted to Us and tills Us with the utmost joy. Wherefore Our heart exults in the Lord, and is filled with unspeakable con slation, for that on this most auspicious day, ballowed by the memory of the Immaculate Coneeption of the Virgin Mary Mother of God, We again see you before us in greater members tian heretofore, present in this ttonghold of 4bhe Catholic religion; and We u gladde...

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. — 16 January 1870

W ORLZ.lxs. SBUDAY, JA.NUARY fd, seT. Our latest dates due have not come to hand\. -Our summary for the most part is'made up from the Mation : lnaslgultio of a'Chapel.-On Sunday last a -pecial ltrellgi1ruarrvice took place in the Ca tholic Chapel of Ologheen. The announce ment was made in these words :+ " Grand in aignration of the new Altar at Clogheen, on Sdnday, 12th December, 1869. The sermon .ia( be preached by one of the most distin guilied of Ireland's pulpit orators, Father Buckley, of Cork. On that day the Celtic Cross, lately erected to the memory of Father - Sheeby, may be seen." Alarmed most proba bly by the dire conjunction in so brief a space of an Altar, a Sermon, and a Cross, the Lord Viscount Leismore, Lieutenant of the County, and abseute@ landholder, was driven to the ex ertion of hid authority, and the conseque was that on lIst Sunday, the pretty llt~e town was occupied by a troop of dragoons, two comr panies of infantry, and' 216 police! The 'Royals" canm `n on...

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. — 16 January 1870

C Z jAANor 01 m w - • .Jan. I--_sat ofti je Name of Jeans. ...Jan. 17--t Ahtoyy t. ..rJan 18..Chair of St. Ptetet st Rome. Umeidar.J---. 15-St. Casia:-M.rti.r. s y.s..Ja5. 5t1-$S.gabniean and Sebastian. Martyrs. "..Jan 5,. Agnes. Virgin And Martyr. 1y...ýJa nn. S Vincent and Anastas, Mart. LrrzER PitoM Aucumlsnlort ODX.-We md in the last week's issue of the .Prop4 gter Oathoiigute an extract from a letter from the Most Rev. J. M. Odin, Archbidhop of this diocese, dated Dic. 3, which we would have given to our readers in last week's issue, but when we received it our paper had already gone to press, and we i~ad to defer it to to tli week's paper. The following contains the stnbsa-ice of what appeared in the Propalgateur: Monseigneur Dubuios and I arrived at Roue, Nov. 19, 10 o'clock ". 54 We were immediate ly conducted in one of the carriages of Ihis -Bolin to our intended lodgings. The Hly Father, in his extreme kindness, has appointed a committee to wait on the lbish ops on the...

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. — 16 January 1870

NORNSUB STAR AND OCATROIO ne n@w L. nEW ORLEANs, UNDAY, JANUARY- 1. 1870 >REV Oi TEN WILE. TamE LEoIerLTruni.-The proceedings of this body during the week has not'been of much importanee, if we except the passage of a bill to repeal the gambling act. It provides a pen alty, on confiction of the first offence, ofa fine of not less than $1000 nor more than $5000, and on conviction for second offence of not le thaen $5000 nor more than $10,000, and impris onment at bard labor of not less than one year nor more than fivp years. It provides for ar rest by any public officer, and makes it the duty of the Attirney Geinri1, District Attor ney, Stertfl l nl deputies, and police otlicer-to expose and prosecute ofimnders. Committing magisti'ates are requested to inquire into and commit'karties offending for trial. One-half of tlfe penalty is to go to the infornmer. DANGER Ilttun KERosENE.-ttO copy the fol lowing from the New York News. Now that our own Legislature is in session, some asps...

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. — 16 January 1870

NN QO AL=AI. J8NUV) A RY wo11. Rol, Dee. 10.-The Oesuofi-was solemnly 4 oeJ.en W* dnsme mor ing; being the the Immaculate Corception, the 8th 1 of uDeember UM6, and the .~eass of time andf .ojectsof diomeions peitnit me to do littlee -' it han give your readers a very brief I ssu of the ceremony, of which I forwardedt the formula last week, feeling.eertain that a description taken from observation on thespot would necessarily be,_inaceoate, from tkb xr treme dfenulty of obt5ilni a sight of the t" whole Iuction and the pofamillar charactor of the rite. It was very early in the morsning when we made our way to St. Peter's, of which, t however, and in spitq of the raein, the sovereign I people had already, taken possession to await the descent of the Pope from his apartments. At eight o'olockl the clergy of the parochial and ~ basilican churches of Rome had taken up their t positions in the nave opposite the chapel of 1 the Blessed Sacrametit1 each of the parishes being represented ...

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. — 16 January 1870

-uoGwrme aIIT AND CATSLOC ,m mq p. NZW OLIEZANS SgNDAT. JANUARY 1,. Iroe SWT AND WIEIDOM. Man of feeling-a pick.ocket.' A pair of tights-two drunkards. What is the shape of an eseaped parrot t A polly-gone. , Retribution sooner or later overtakes the roung-doer. -it- f wo like a potato.? Because it shoots from the eye. A friend at a pinch--one who shares his snuff box with you. When is a blow from i lady welcome f When sh* strikes you acreeabi'. No wonder (tter is" high" when the farmers all combine together to "raibe" it. Why is the Suez Canal like an unmistakable snubT Because it is the'but direct. Maxim for the lazy-Nofarmer can plow a field by turning it over n his mind. "-Onb extreme follows the other," as the 1i1 tie dog remarked when he flew around after his own tailh Married men, like candles, often go out at night, and leave their wives in the dark as to their whereabouts. Why" are women indispenatble in mining? Because there must Te a 1lhamerbmnfirs 1 end of each gallery...

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. — 16 January 1870

duo Sto nia the rag, pý0,Z ýso manwho would be thea shocked b h in dd w lcl a heed was eta' In de ision t elea.tonaure; or when a.at wee hung at Cheapside with a wafer in its month, to lbrig'ridoile Upon the holy 8a.r meet; but the government can hardly be blamed for awlng esiptoms of sxj e nd larm when prger.., .publicly offered, that tb. Queen'e heart might be converted-*um idolatry, or else that her days might be short ened; whon It was stated that tht'Qene.v.a h creature under God's -vaee; that she was ille gitimate, and therefore a usurper; or, suppoe she had come legitimately to the crown, tha she wua viper, and thmerfore.qaght tobe crushed.' Addresse from the pulpt answered the purpoee, in that- ag, of the leeding arti cles id a modern 'newspaper; but though the pres'ewas not then that mighty engine for good or for evil that it has since become, the reform ers invoked its aitl. A jeaTps- government in a revolutionary age might well be Alarmed . when an appeal was madeeat4be ...

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