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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 February 1870

i NR oWAR A9 t s ss Sagreebie to record an aob itoe, partieu larly when antecedents lead to expect the reverse. Unfortunately this has bhi too much the case recently in Austri d hence we gladly record the following: S The Bihbop of Min hag one of his ests, aM. Hirsch for ! canonieal 6linoe. T- elatter broi. .shacntio gnst the Bishop in the CIt;f6ut of.dr  ail but car ned the catae into. t e e of pel ped obtained damges The Dish taereuponapes e _ato ethne Supreme ch tjut t at ehll trtinaglalaave n j u lsdletlon  ecclesiastical cases;u tghat they have no rightto annul the decreess o the Epis copal Conasitory, which alone has power to judge offences against the Canons, in-acco ance with eccesatl l law." This indg t S*pures the free exeroise of episcoa j c S tion which was so seriously men We alearn also from the Jeond that the itude of I thepopulations in Hungary has in any places compelled the munioipalities t revoke their -decisions and re-establish the enominational schools. b...

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 February 1870

ZW ORKAr1BS SCUDAY, VEBRTARt 13. Il ib" CocnRlES PAvuEn , 1 N , -to ma y of our read El ZLx AWU3Oll IBA1i NEWI. ne* paviement, now and its envirtps, to ssilesartyr eationaG Schools.-On Thurnday parts. sbpr the Countess of Shannon, accompaniede by adope-m bee Lady .J. Boyle, Courtmasherry, visited these Mlopt hedt bY t waeoola Lady Shannon, .siIe boer advent manae o a .ndt sa.et u, LdyW 84om twe1ve twowonthisb---ai vaititSmllsuperdr t toogt usn ..... twoiv .il. od and by here Thd alik bar oharitalO acts and k lV dlslt ij L -1O~11 d, cal -asihes, c deared herself to all. the examination, movd totho depthe w loh was searching and minrte, was conduct- b something of th ed by Father Wdashe, and called forth tihe th in easoning and reflective powers of the ebhi- thre auttle a i ti ren. embraced a variety of subjects, includiR*i size of a walnut reading and oexlanationl, grammar, geography, coal tar, ad the W hitory, etc. the answering secued t0Q/take ironrolletf'.. the viitors by surp...

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 February 1870

| LW ORLaBUAx. S A'NDY. 13, 70..-". A ticklish position upon trifles. A policeman was Been th er day with Oan an umbrella, trying to t the rain. and Railways are y teach every Job man to know his ow. n, and to top an there. i t, " .II be round this wa ag in a min- t ute," as the scond, hIand saMi to the pen- arm dulum. eye" -Who-is the-straighttest-tan menttonedin rtpi the Bible t Josephl, because Pharaoh made aloe $ruler of him. little tWhy are the cobblers eligible for medical the 4plomas Because they're all skilled in and art of healing. plea lady who drew a gent's morning-wrap- or at the fair some time .since, now wants a mi a anto put in it. -h It strikes me," began an orator. " Then thei - don't you strike it back 1" inquired a bust r among the audience. mid( y is a dog longer in the morning than hom a euse you take him in at throe ni t and let him out in the morning. cool Alabama young lady, caught-smoking hime a ar, gave as her reason, that "it made it el as though there wa...

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 February 1870

dgg1bh 1tB AND CArr)LZC maEmSEn . lrmam NEWO( UAIS SUNDAY. FEBItUARY IS. 1676. S : A Priests and . ir3 R3OAn ,IlTEB. joices over wi tholice of Loot .wave received private advices from authority of I 4M own correspondent at Rome, up to the doubt wate iorku January, mia of whlich, however, a Longford baa been anticipated by previous publlpa- calli e i - ;"- The fotlowing, eeoribing the di-. f 7iv Bi oiutse of our own Priate, Dr. Spalding, day who tl ll be read with interest: esogrth An noe, Jan. 10.-On yesterday, High MNags peu, P , i sung by the Armenian Patriarch, and the rallying aro eu was preached by the distinguished and patrotic *slpit orator, Archblishop Spalding, of Bal- been their , amore. The sermon in this cahe was a grat them in frel .t#raeMon to the large nunibers of Enlish- of their tyrm "easing people at present in omen and th ~eel dh "saisaetion depilted on their please eounten- to s moss as the tide of eloluenoe Sowed front the i s f the ifted pracher was somethi t'o...

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 February 1870

f.. '! .'afA," r~' ~3pe. . sr, 1. · 'lL " 5 .a f A. .-. ;":ý } .r-ý - f. r '7` k-ý - -1 7 wYfy?" d i·ry, -,,v~ i d" l k{;li~ u :,h r a {' '''» k' H ý t' '° +~. n7' ' .}S i it " a.ý + ý, ý +·j y~ r lh'" "!' ri+ . fYS r ~, ý;'7iý` ;ý" "'r'"' . ,.. Y er'a ibaý' -~l'r·G+i. ý»Sc .., "w 0 0 4" :· ·-~ .· r·j-~·:-,; -ry~:~n! i :!,:"s4 I r· *T mwollen eI"wpser., a'in " O a or & I " No ay t p itee 5 'Ti.se swollen tiat ap ivet a of uhi.ad" Oed  e th sMeeri . SI repelnle !rain t Own t coL~Lme J o M. bonee; o inr why t ce a Mio*. oentat ha. t n Prd ato to e ime tou behe S Whoids ho e m Padird ther eoolsti .- s t e iofn th at ost." n i Shdn ood S new thatemor t . nCETAIN r OFans hei e T .ae wovew of steei t  i ol is too ofteen ba _ a.urte- ic hiam natio , Y ns Jear Louisit to" h -C -ne uswa oi that mth Sbothenb, who th l ai ge their own eaotil i she as. by the unreal o I ag days, she persisted e t Smntideed. Wd had to travs th .t the town to oe to M.Jqnuh s ; 'boae. d admired her modest...

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 February 1870

- mum On the pFeb. 11,1 e- hile a Pla moq cotton, whic a uortion of tge zer S d ty. e visit b the se of Pr rhing the ithst~n~din s aadvanced *e* day for wele, besides I0 --- ry wee it o m nd pleft plesm~i at : cOrmhoola in Plaqoemine--St. John's and "A-c mademy of St. Bazil--seem to be doing lerably well, though contending with many 4taltiessi and it is hoped will continue to Mrldom-fsruck legslators seeml deter aded) t do a good deal Tn the way of a suhool ill" This moonstrous outrage cannot be too evsly stigmatied; yet it is, perhaps, not to be much grtted. Good oten comes from ev--, and athsMb instance-I think will not faill. If it do not result in a repeal of our public ,hool ystetom-a system ittle batter than a pablio rse--it will lead many of our Protest t brethren to compnsider the claim of Catholics Kenny o scare of the public e ehool fund, or an ex toerabyon from taxation where they edncate their aledrlt atnd heir own expense. • r - iUrdms to Eacs o tise at seem deter ...

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 February 1870

2e. a. hf- i, " t' oab- Reaay. hego t c ,wb , f ýaun l oa e `Ie vs a ge of the aeti o e died yeoung.b ln bEoi t fled with th sacraments saad w. with the i eriof the ma it of his ', yybý sthed s iiftbe. hoC~~ peeo th Spr~omises made to ted` adsidqitbfls, servant.- VkroiuGele. .Dxqusu OW iii oH D.-DeaU f I ?.V. J. 'H. Phwskett. -TTb. Rev. ;J. $, Plankett, formerly of St. T''ai', Portsmouth, Va., died on the d' inat., after receiving ,1U the nsolations of the Church. 'The Norfolk Thgiaes, in announcing his death, says: "A great, noble andgood man bhas pased away from us, and the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth, whose entire people, old and young, poor and rich, without regard to sect, loved him as a fathers have in his death experienced a loss that It is impossi bid to measure. As oar readers are aware, he left Portsmouth last fall to visit Europe, i in the hope that rest and -ehinge of scene v might restore th'e health broken down by exsesaive and unremittent pastoral labor; ' but ...

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 February 1870

S. r . ll'FIIrU. O 1HE.A lt! a `the eat as rd o et Sniglaad, many of our have had h b of bhearing theast two Sun -amya the Jesuits' Church, will deliver a s o this morning, (Sunday, the 20th,) -I a-e.bove named,ohurch, on St. Philip stseea, between Roman and- Prieur, before the-Soelety of St. Vincent de Paul. The .twill commence at half-Bast 7 o'clock. ~k:aembers pf' all the Conferences and ireligious societies connected with the aruleso ehurches in the city are invited _t mattnd; andplaees will be reserved for them. ---The congregation-of St. Ann's is small, outt has nmany faithful and pious Christians among its members, and under the charge and direction of their excellent pastor, Pather Tumoine, the amiable gentleman rand good priest, they have not 'been back "wrd .j the good fight. The Presidents of the Conferences are re quested,-to call on Father Tumoine after mass, when they will be presented to the Rir. Dr. Anderdon. ST. TuHRasA's SCHOOL.-The Rev. Fa ther Kenny, the worth...

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 February 1870

E Moder Gmree Ls i Frenh Dtae, woEia Arelav.lrsti pi B i from somoe of wo a•go (eneTmnbd-h Ondeet tetele. as feat as his tongdee e vno ation e wera Hebrew, Ancient ChaJd iS, a snio t aoehardaieo, Syris), Aaoent Aebrme tlan, Mod ean Armenian Arabi, Curdle , e in ddtane, Csaasee,_ Tatprito, Thebsan Coptia, ienmphotioCopti, th Vollor i (Senegamibia), An cient Greek, Modern Greek, Latin, French, Itala' Celtic, Irish,Ih Dutch, German; Swiss, Danlsh,' English, Slavic, lleyrian, Bulgarian and-Albanian. S- _ UNVUW OF THM WI. Coens'r Woa ram Baxalr ON To HOuss or TH GOOD asnmu, t.-We understand that a encmeties be liven on Wednesday evening next. February 93d, in id ot the above meriteorout inseitution. The ben. ets to humanity which it bestowa, the evils it seeks to resedy, the seltusacrifeaig spirit ofthe ladies who msn age it, and the urgent present necessities of the house. should secure a generous response from our people. It is known that the late fair in its behalf was a failure. Le...

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 February 1870

ma me ns ý amous am..rI.. .. - -T------- --------- --- a e oauams Utarr,  aO arO , am - t, sad m sa s," BsW, d.-It is well knownu to Ieaerteneed ee d-makers that the .se of pot tes, l t aT - p , mixed with the our, and feraat ed wI lo yeast, prpduoes sa stidt i ty.f the staff of lfi.- .It is m ýo and sweeter than bread nades hem. The philoophy of the pro ess,:.'8mtlon the pottoe undergo in lrmeting, is a very simple one. By the aetlof .the. Yeast, the t whish fores the pr pal prton of the tato, ii angedat a etain stem to  abot eight besreith a of 7ý dew';g'at' a atilt later 4t huie sugar iS trsaasmetsd tote alcohol, and abi ;gaai into mid fnrmeataties, at which stage the doughis sour. More or lass oaortiutn aittenda tnee of po ret, om the faot thtl at 4isrnat sesson ofthe year, they a he r~eos g r in garcb d tat radsl changestsiplace i them d aLus a. 81oe prln pal aluepf potatoes is for the staroh and gum, or glute they and the bran of the wheat (which Is bolted out in flue loi...

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 February 1870

pe ooI W 'he *ik a ýW betimes find •ah Bdrenk uetbuately nmk t Out. Do m ayng rd" s the leoafer teite wold be as plenty " Plee take this meine.wifer, and Il l to do good one w the other."id when he looked at the esat znmliaea'afblW. A the man havinside often hear thing unex-in tebleton, ." e other 'ash to make it out. sonhe an Englishif a younfrieg ladnd by np town rehave no timthe to talk toor-ever yo night when she takes itonce asked a utchman con The &rted mia says if the hens would do a much laying arond" at tail.e loafers of that t iown bad, heals wothld be as plenty as baukroberies.- S"Parleas"e ake this medicinf ourswife, and I'll 1 bac baintance. f it doesn'tll, scureaid the oth, I wI taIkt then,r ask all means, forit is sure 3 to do good e wngland prthe other." c A Frenchman having often heard the ex- t preasion, "I've other fish to fry," maok s astonished an English friend by Whayin "I have no time to talk to you now; I C must go fry some fish." o a lawyer once asked a...

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 February 1870

-iAW 0r aWN4araD4 - ma* am'Trar . -O .ID- in rim.re m Texas has four times as many dattle as she hadbeforeth.. w#r. New York spends three times as much asc liquor as fer bread. ' Three mn in ahiesgo got shot while trying to interview a fuiaiv thief. The richest gold mine in California yielded -,last yM prodlt o It0,000. A California farmer raised four erops of wa termelons on one patch last season. bn't it sttOnge There is no representative of the Smith family in our Legislature. Wright, the criminal reforl s, gave a Christ' mss dinner to 900 of the London thieves. It is said penny song books to the number of 37,000 are sold every day thiughout PIace. Eighteen snow storms, with but little snow, has been the experience of Boston'th season. On the rhsit day of the reappearance of the MersaWelse no less than 150,000 copies were sold. A colleget Harpers' Perry has a bell which is heard in Maryland, Virginia and West Vir The present debt of the oitypf Paris is over two hundred million d...

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. — 27 February 1870

!1 4'GA `?. «ý ý '' rt "`2+I ý i. '.hsw 'l . i 3} F A ). 4 . tr41 ý. ý,1 . 'ý 'ý.= tYn ':Aieý '.(?1ý:i{4r" iAid -- - ·--·· ···le ft + ro .., 01 1 ý *f i be :, tigo ý, , y -UN .' RE !'H or THE Tf r` D TIING OF GOO T i1G f" r SUNDAY MRN ,. $U19 ?Y .7, 187O ý, s; Me ~eA r, m nors ý<< g . tc oeo :'a·rn e ntei m i-[The ftloowin besutifal lines are taken from aBpt t paper elled the Y Er. It is ambething noveLto hear or read of Protestants alibuting amy exeroisi of power to the Mother Sour Lotd :] oof toy and bsh. fit the twade f th ar pota he and he nether weo e n rs Ae move r, it rt its e darkness s oI, mp anr se bslter msa Oh! turn meta.. key sweet angel, The wpewrdote w ereslaj5s for P ro l Bus ter n answered- "Idare not et t beauful ate ajhr 1" Then ts M ary the Bssed eriocMary Mother of C Ihst Turned was tis hey in the poedtl, in t om itte t o ne Sted the ban Uhl matanm Sero tas okey  hs nd other sig ea- d r. Mt her emi Jeshsi-e. Ty o nce ru t Went wooing, and sr tI d -howt...

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. — 27 February 1870

-i i- Ss .......'a. a". as "r r , - a- " )aea se33 'lrr. 1OIJa - .- AY . Loeas, Feb. 91, 1870. us I8Lsa Cathollo Messenger: Iter I gave a faint outline 1.s town of Pass Christ Ii even bri4 thr "b a" 0 b aH ~ ylng shores, and marginal ,relawoesi which are inpiaces qu often tthely.-ýoInterse with ver -,aisly of ne tr I otllrith tithll. nur. ~! and and -its i Bist citam gi lep b the inier of lt "thhd $hfirst - iitbeis line had  abftia htsn 'the fiani 'ratd at fnses to ,isueh £1o o ehindthcoeage, r these .t he arol d-about way, and Pade n St. Louis especially esffr e sooneeqeuece. Wtub hsttanoo a Railroad will t)om about the -beg in o July, 'wsm nt etbhoe Ioped hllara ai hatnge ei r isit j wlli b se nadlni many things, in whlh oen are more pnteerned than theupcople .f Orleap Then e thaherd-worked trades' dthe~lty oan, with but little cost and oetain an occasiofial respite b ad n d are that delightibi dnid those exhilarating pastimes that ar_~~ ily refit one *or the work and turmoi...

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. — 27 February 1870

rning Star nd Cathoic Msse. 11 tUow of meeor es li, tm o w 'l P t nm, h; * r e os h ofr ied"of adl db o aisnd id t e& r~ alv~t 'segiw i d thltre n n~ Wt td Pro  nt evean soe rt hlic eit . e &ao thliolrin re farih fromorireat ai bsm ape thesie tha mary be no I -re o tbht h ai ' o e t prdern t or. h o h"o tetgained or bth thog d atatemeauý ril are pzieverthe- C 10-a" worth Now th* great . hofGodis p before i t ispssd uonIy sy after day, ti i tbe o dIn ss ad in~ mention at of "holoe mtes aih ti hisat the wari-t t have not e ed the rst princi-a esofl the Catholi eaitoh, t for what has w " plaed the n Isa of on every ih e C ehat the man ghe utes aenied guard ln a nt etn ain g mistakes t e Catolios, are hi prepard to meet ano Intelli t. opponent in w the list ch of boniralbf l ditou on. Wearet en tv h ore t hereb t prepared to stand and baed contradictions- it this onasseertinge tin r d that one an- do other. Nothing oi gaied that in the ause po of truth. t e are pr red to give ...

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. — 27 February 1870

tar ar onr. U <hp and Tofime. 9 and Ohnn ore sr p arxi t tone u rt. . r. rsthr n q siss. icer 'i en. re-s -- wiget. the -etr Iwe at tr. Sneday- n A asta ee.oanian o tat m t wd!eh We esteaeunders thaot. -:'l sea le in e~sh e b t 7 o'clocrk deingrl by a  vo . Jesuit lCtsr, and on f r4dMst, by . -- .Mat 3nina.g heviswh e ef Wedstiays t Sp s.we h to he osad eneidays with tie Wat Oatess.a Onb l nl h. sernd woll loreuith Shenaing a nd an Sunday, at 10 o seDivsne r uieb sw e ente at 7 o'cldck'r. I. hr. Vaonqferrencs P St. dasavce de - l y*l ; 1 vt<ra4 qo nUlatlems ar h to the inter. se i atn wnch tie pien one of th e eaburo b s-. t3 itSh e at h e Tarsd tble t, emcept indi. e ~e sitat of ose wha it werte late t give a pro- t - oSr DiIi t. We wil endear to learn the partan t ST. Vzxptmu DL PAUL's Cauacz.--Suu- I 4isy naestarch -6th, the-&reb S sent s goeraleorbntunion of the members it of tte lsen eoa cmplfeenoes in the city will n -take .jdee at the above naped cisurch, In ( t...

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. — 27 February 1870

e latform of the for of ee ver ancie not des. Ab erv t is Alad, bedRId% n a de gription by a correspondent of thl9colebration of Maas so erdigto thwere con ite, re are tol8d that at the consecil watio and aftes it, when the down and tonehing with his hand the ground of the platform of thet. altar. The Eastern modb of reverence ip very ancient. Abraham, it saId, beaded down to the grornd before les aOgs waso ere coming todestroy ibut6do r. Datlil way of there were doubtsg homage to BMunissed erpeh. It seems he was assisted in his workofound bsome aof hisse of oritne pupils, whose orthiness to o like that of their leadthe as been muthorship t" Janu" was from the beginning attributed iSDr. Donlitge, -there were doubte'in many mind whether he was pble. Thepared to go so far. The matter i now placed beyond doubt, as is evThidenced by leters received from prties idpro Munich . It seems he ws assisted in iswork by riome of his brief porite ppils, whose ortho-as doxyliters,that of their l...

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. — 27 February 1870

ra, - was wnhe a ,same than dir a S~ eo. "onh •vty , 4 d byTes. n-The o i eni 000 a -, 1b wienv neathe scente a to o greato s as odmadt t re hleat. h:n rhioe i.. wo " te o  .-su .Puitable of all the h moes o ti Otholie, structure of Now tXer , lis a dedeeation was peaform Ad >rq 4 the 2VieapGen(eaLteiars, in the, oenof th B oao of the diorese at nlpmasn.y, was celebrated by ,asiits by deacon and sub. Dr. tarts wi d the dedicatory sermon. The pasteri the charch is theRev. Jehn Larkin. In the evenin a lecture was delivered on the f ehieomm aonneln, byFa thr OBoyle, asnton, D. C.- ews York World, 17th. " Mesral PeIafers qf Boeell.."-At St. Pau's thret Catholic Church, th Rev. iatousie4tundelivered an exceedingly eoet tiv4mermon, to a large congregation that ou even the aisles i of the churt He He con dema ed, most earnestly a certain class of weekly paper, iUed with asensational stores, that found their way into the hands of the young and innocent, soiling their mlinds, and taint...

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. — 27 February 1870

I, re old l arig of _ 1 U5&e SSiisee asreeles. t Wi ste.rn girl ,1.ikUiel ft thiat tbe settee ist Osn. her hený itulife` ! . AfBoston cobbler 'ý ts lea smaller ladles'1 boanete grow the more they cost. What - ought never to die with con sumpntion M ta with strong 'iron yeaty taeAws are o'er me stealing " Sathe. whe . he.had five due bills ' emaot of the man who had a nose so I ~ thae coaldn't. blow it withoat the Y cgnapowdereis said to be a'hoax. f -a "b.rglar whose bar oMmplieated with shooting the idual whos hense wa.basrglared." S, wa .reentlg'ppeudad to .the: list of imarket ragulatioas of '-inominati, "No whistling allowed sewt the sausage stalls." "Ezesg. ine sa'4 aid a beggar, "but yt h~'l ven nAi ouaterfeit.' " Well, wel, -my'hiA, keep it for your honesty." A brio kdaer, who hadi fallen into a tub fimontar, Wasasked if he was hurt much, replied, " e, but I am suffering mortar dom." A bankrupt.was condoled with the other asy for his embarrasments. " Oh i" said 4 I am...

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. — 27 February 1870

fbll houses an the e-e ' ' '` m uch tsked. In r tly Tenst. "Anxiously desiring toprom 'be asn [dhod nubleo houses on the estates oor-'o ruting the ehi - life of the peopls, and scattering misety d rin whet. happiness a and properity ogt to have ruled. In a di trict covering sixty and a half square miles, comprising seven electoral divisions, no publio di; house has now existence, the esult being an entire absence of crime and diminished taxes." h Although no advocate of total abettnence, the above testimony is too valuable to pass with- OM out notice. It affords 'an admirable ekample in, pf what personal influene may do.-Lasce. . The Candidates for Watrford.-In. addition to et Mr. Osborne, there are many others in the field, to but the selection of the man who is to repre- by sent ah in the House of Conlgn has not yetco been made by the conatituenco. The address sp of Mr. H. P. Purcell who seeks the representa- re Stion on genuine liberal pinoiple, a In of our-columns- Mr. P. J. myt...

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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