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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 April 1870

L o Isesgiven; o oelety so " rl. o;:OpX040 to 8t. Jobnn, dy l bo itoti tHo I • as bi s , -.:-- .. arm._"4.a Epseo pal listitation denomina ted thbe "lSlterlng Arms,Y for the ears of' or phansn na ew York, was established a year ago, and placed nder charge of a sigterhood. Many of the males under which they lived re -embled Catholo aintitutes, even to " canoni Scal iours, whlh were drawn up by the elaip :- lsa, hia icb ao e cont*oala d prayers for the "desy. They have a ehapel and an oratory and .ý Ž l4ts' 0 with all tthese adjunots the af 45 jhgv.'sjetso tangled, that the " la tars" have withdrawn their ecuntenance from - ýSI" lterig  aas," and the umewsparaw I me fiewa uikiin the merits of this holy oon ' A C v .*Th newspapers of the Ger mr. ed Churh re are somewhat his •' ' * ", ',Sdfe eti~dst -of Eev. John A. Wagm; of I~bs astsr, Pa, to the .oman C. 1 thol`ieChurch. 'The anti-liturgIcal party in 'b at .n t . a - .et the na, :talPfts oey e't ~ebzseurpponeess, who follow Dr. "...

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. — 24 April 1870

tiea bat these w k i ra ,a+o aa a b 'eesesary to firnish.a sk e n oett ast pttrtions. dn J oo upo. . r ;hthe i ,ns e aswer _t aro** thre -e t nosoe ito thot Ceot sarse peotd tose ean of aua lis e the same timfnd be ox al l t come into the of smst trust subscribers and p !tt 16 _2t to nrecrhation ore tal i s*e ie, attendtng all publie tLe at, gmnws f "ull de t0ip~ orththe ,rapport of their fellow Ca  ~p~"do"~;oTt h inot doi ll, no reason the hould not d ieth she e Its lis large, it is no reison why it shou notbe larger, and re ealve, set a fair support, buts support com mesuate with the Cathol tspo in which their journals eifst.--Br o ok a Cekole. produsgon of uate. This is positive 'vlloas, both in verety ada iount. The aspp .paheehldd tfo nad ain l f exa ee 1 so those grown byw t re el unless it be in d t Lake Sal sle. .ztew ,s the markets oSm the temptx ind t of. orchard sad vimney. in the Sprofusion, and at ratesrfidlelously. taml.t Grapes of the finest vrtietes sell a...

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. — 24 April 1870

T e - Lay sts rommad s Whet* P':°.e -ghe otaei lssble t When they a o ud. ; Th io4 the sehe-` t- wornldn Thehtge ý t ra .spendtlrift receives " lý gind ` nuel t hbly-, i lit :baaeverb belabp ways themmand a ' "i'the an youth-f 1 .it is " o I n a ekeihd for wedoirinq 46661y induced to Seio Ir s andy in, earoi- i SAl0 M, rOn 'heve! line bs A o ay loingfor o oe c ;ii A onion. On b the folo -aue e that nall the a ""tistic of five tol c le_ twas the ie- n ly. ha ,'ý conned the youth- b Leý . sa'a t ospell cat spelld a ays. CPo Ilinols, recently gave W 3_,taon bey searLing th oneale rehldren. I -a - caVe whunatepts r apunO s en ang e A m baried heo-Ceups th f .I . aar t .,doat was asked, " What to "To any  aradoxi tee old lady, looking over n wahertthe Divine Word boI ae SItt-atkacked',o some pretentios e tl fi chaactefsetic oible. "Why t ia pttytac amy weakest part wi asked b theamsil ed. "Did I y anything about Ii your head I" replied Foote. o at on parsonthi he West, preaching b ...

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. — 24 April 1870

-b ' o-'eesr e snoreson to biles ea a hative published on th UtJfo le In the tnd t . and hi'o stno its, anoitaeia to. sestu' .% Las the ir ta mach. , h hs oe: our am. be ssie knowa that Mi Dore sad "the eysat Y hri was stimulated ý ssamt emdLat toletter ter the. ! d*pmv, ruas bi e" oae afrtrbblu ee ahadt iu ao s ,latU, ms ruei to · veome an eblast be the "libmeafille by theA Iqto i wplaee a ees ain the ii sti itom. -vra.-mathed dis-t themmwe the twes. whch Issmt " "sadalbsheleb fb 't be lau prty. o he t" r the t edthis see were ampntinun t a beof I . e Baanesb dor did e oe, of, all es had aep to M. obin 'hem toakin a letter y to a o o n es If heM s the one of tmm .. Dup oonp wrote that thing ld ait ~ mconsent to give.' em r a t ris but t he. mbassador, 'be tmndor , my Lord to rema an Rome x pThsy ' The biseo op be lle, who fo and by the ret o awinon.Threee a the asn dd th m. "s-ve as and dmany betth oeen the tme kind whh we could qted I h tla pir CatMolges with l y er P S X. ...

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. — 1 May 1870

_f.- ... ' ":-.Yr.w.il.t~gM' ' ... . " ............................. .T_ 1110 _ ,. ,:r ":,,,f,, Yt ;d Ha "+nu its gof ..; " n. .ýaA. d "tur .;~ .. 35 -- .td ,,.`] ARE h8' 7a iIRA .0tf g 4f 'UD*'' "7 M008*t7!4&,$1 .b,- b" *lP l" , ,, . 6 fib, "1" . 6 00'• m,. gn Ibg. r N '11 _ ," 'NA ? v, BiII4P' J :.^, SriNl;",`J . ` - I bo-" j. m. '~,.aj ha~ .~,id ~ hlustg a assm~ml . wr o - eon ' revers, there s0 iv peet, ws seahsem. ear for music so fry o***.-* wells limes when S weed8s wsamer ~ eaeh other and mnatch Ins i' d sreg a depth of 4ee a that Sma give _to athe word., !. , Naess have .a' ! > a .h - anlqa.r a sIea4sIc s tore appejard in print : 1i Is !ememberad that Dr. Williams was IeOesU the ouemg Ireland paty in. .18 and,, h *ehps * *thra d,, ta 14ome old, eooatry to eape the Pmalty of English law e the tmebl. crbme of loving higs coutry. He redded in this State for mine yea, married in tbhis it, dul died in Thibodaux in 1883. A*1, HOLY' QUEEN ! W mAmb D_ a , wLLa.ray. -• *...

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. — 1 May 1870

!.i someI , s ..iots n o " the awar as that h hus onsý .rtthaghe a  laheeweE ant o. . S w l' a p ea a d s - - o o ... .heR ae anwh mute o n optan sloalythath butsoon i e se  t Basehase whe PLT71 b a r I. it in M a'b W easw in-.k e 2 awh r*ly.M 4' stwisled ao. dime wa day amofs • r r ing m ie innduired waW M ill amount,'' oommeneqd h, eradi mewic wspfr twthi icaltoa 'tieIa- two -,uck likae bad ses atyo4 objeo to the pansr. ' Not1h e i. are no ob it is very petand "commes dable o;u you A'ew I neverwa gifted l emuch '" I am quite aware of that," said his wife, The naugrated by the yoang wife of thse of whom there arme tso many, ho fenter upon a new plan sealoly, but soon thre of it, In the present case, e was thoroughly satisd of the wisdom of her wvery morningt se called on her husband the.aoaimaedaet o Frequestiy o the had in S the. exapet shage, but o wnuald toa her a ldsfaa dg that it werld amnoer her per - p sart a caed a out well. he w At thoe of r wo te areso muany whone tire...

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. — 1 May 1870

4l!2. - csa.ge nu o.es fKe the lsW ,a wr~ne l n aames 0. S r G'uonor .lim lt FaViscount Castle-a . i- F.Wefoprd Bore d +doses--ssual y, cW. s.e .e rti.preme tallow, Henlspd, ud .t f6H g- o:bsetlVationod.f Mt. uma. who in an arly work pub ne* 'Wtrord'City J. Sf' Qd entlted ', ThLaond de as e WI ion,E. Grevll: nother Nug S 1't oro Wexford B !ý. Tie, ldp4ý.Prm,.-iih onetrespondhnt of the ,ps.emetor oels attention is the tone of the ngsh press the Eward Irelsh writersd, and Sethe follwingl obseivations of Ml govert of wu orof"Thei Hisesry of eation .whoaIb n ang ea work pub ghtene o diseageion is the tone d by the English writers Su^ý'-is £a of Englisla government of IrellaI.-lss` of' brutality and hypoc riny' a 7y s ; rpame~i d " it istory. Who lightened agethe tone of the British Press -towards Ireland would have been at least oderats, friendly, coneiliatoryI Let any candid. ,an judge whether it is so. _Let him observe trie prominence given to every erime that is committed in Irela...

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. — 1 May 1870

talon of £souibhlua l *lie atem-t aelves ist fet(tqA. 4 *J4papsresideae, ;med in black , .lwltl white gloves, re rosettes, which, they will wear whichever side of the procession they I-I fiw. At half lpast sla., hae.Olr ergy h te iktoh aid shng bitursep `hesa irt i e tir o places.. 'nediein SThe lergy will be ,te & t here iln hers of the Conhsrenoena-rw.i ishcep by the members at the aessiastoMn for the Propagation of Chralian Mreals, Arrived at the Cathedral, the clergy anad the bishops will proceed to the asot The bese t the f asof escort Will maothe order e r e4ra te i wohae .osr i epec Colum bai, wllbe the g Bishop, and 1 l,!, by a iteoalgair Feelran P40(of ville, sad Monsignor Foley, Nie5 eiopt po CMaC.g: re will be three shbaoa.dtes· . The , in di Ato .i - obert, pastor of St. Agqrtiay A. t seepp4, in English, by the Rev. J. Moynlhan; pator of St. John the Baptist; he third, th yman, by the Rev. " .he se, lr r1 orM, ity cJhnre .1 After bheumdeeneseen CMa.d during 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. — 1 May 1870

, aia o result of such :mre, · an s he ea -1 deot g je lony theh iwnekt chati aeº ase~ in say - 'boo Sbe iai " } uw 'ittr each Seae totmher in theeu of -y etahs th re4ording ,T,4uraka credit and ecat there are noabdees re compan y recei the ag number of votes, sadh it gat No. 14, Qthere s otwnoo aeet. srince the opeainL g the Mirt .straggled weln and warl to eses Saturday niht, at 'll ablengc. i et is notie abe or ssaouance T:hehe et pd - yI.=ire i ISun, iry*l. atl. ta'. a' .ltee Unitee States. iT'hey were anfeti es s, or puablshdt ra , pbhe isBe , ioon fLm chased tely ar ptie e ing ting that eorn otry, sand i edwa un q for tis, 3t0Itqfbe St. Joseph's Pestirdl ssoledatiPe. They ae now ohffereA a prise to theRev. gent legman receiving the greatest number of votes. Who shall have the good fortune .of winaleg them we are m yet unable to tsay, a t ige voting for them will not oee antil 11 o'clock this evening. mong th many excit inge and pleasing sodents ocb rring a, the fiair dnring...

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. — 1 May 1870

mhoto ---,-, ---- - . °' H 0 with rea utt ftee e n o Zeeees* ca dter * etr of fbst 4ISath; r e ;.yiseally S whe hihhethdepio ur m ia wh tever -hoie a hol a n 'w ioly Iult pish ,itirstbsere. , btlers les m to Ctft.. .~thie i e a al faith tof hiLe aominqh the hao o iwelrseo'fhleI whi t it nrot oerandt t~'ni ~i ftor n e e bmrca tecamolt of Counitho M d 8ilse-the dus of the fChurch to acthr'a Sila f and and of the oTrun th,' abe io llthe end didenone otpinaions bnom pttibl toh, vmey trnth, whenever abl e nde le- m des i her ommunetion ventahure to pub s sa sdcch I trpinions."s b v, Then ceudniding the* dibrernce between the Power, of apprehension of the elearned and the msscMm, he says: .tor, q.ot the necessary reaultf, of nuity of n r Io is the fact, nMat the Church i stsa ~ tmentas o the interiorhs e est whos cennot appre he nd them. hus BIents e tmoved buy the dogmans of the hpas s,s iallibility, and of the eoeaeqnent tof i it Ath ' in her word. Thirionav e tOne li Cthsead Ap...

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. — 1 May 1870

fhm .. niab., m a at ebutt-U asked A - .l " . l  /se e t -olnow", paned e " a. L,e . m en alman whof bh i s ided t mteetingt ri theson in thfe stilflextehis hand, in fred" When is your father com ng w hmeo A of the , having been changed A lady asked in polite society et 'knof ew' o ii`' ýi f mt asete awlow? s  y .ti it iher a reyIdo ,.e< d ot know, ma'nM " war the e'l ' but I wabd ld bet tuis t re y wm who mai ke lnquredsa . Ye d Iti tir .est. It s amid Itheit-n a most oinredible [ o * '  obt the mllee. . . ,ire itvrase fodivore wa hMSo yo ar to sheri " , all " r . replied the - iet care hoartgthe openmanship is." are tr te ent over the lineBangor, Me.,and on who is oo ate, " to look aro mindedd a leetle."ing his Gonlg in the a largeete andte handsome dry-good u "iring " How do. you do, my young housean agriculturancy attracted the attention of the proprietor, who attempter wod to quiz mims buthe having an impediment in hisged -peech, he had to give it up, and his cler...

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. — 1 May 1870

bat to s e eno aa bse a. - de,,ret - " a. meonm dep, and hi 3Misolml w my bestttr Sof Saturday the .20th a half o the Comm .whe t is -ots -mp l e to witf ao a rtenit be,,g theS mn mo A, and his Sne~d- w est slly eom .he e Commis The h was, ir t is said, lirstened e with the atteantien it being the hpoken in i Aula, and ted wa fulrly com isb 1ugtisioaassa theolo . rb eee has .be prot off ·srepresents of Fan., Faist, of Sof Cltlli,were a, the a idssion, d an a edsiL te on tsa ,-dye of which were. js, a diseeaisi at the First $qtr i ppted, and ite resalt, ready ,, aeaesday aMgr. Gasser again spoke pt the eommlesi.o, bagollowed f Dltleria, Patriarch of Alexandria; eae.. .iS op of Fogarsay; Revet, of Gigneura, of Beanvait" Cantimorrl, of .aizal, of Urgel Ferre of es of Ils.ana; i cagnasco, of e Jand lli meal of the Order of ;a Maekibrs,i Archbishop of g Ambaessder, M. de Banne 1 meted  beak to-msorr. He is of Lth siaton to tih treneh| fd to lave entirely justified as ha to laterfer...

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. — 8 May 1870

;• , ( r . . .. .. i+ ++ ft, ýý .' I+ , ý '.". Y - , .. . .. .. t .....' J ... ..... r ý _ t.t1 _ tAb' '"' -.....ý'.y tlIM>,,`' "",;#'"^».'--, ".(. - °,,+ . . , " 'e ý.._ . ....r '+:'  :+,y' y* :.+ih a..., ,ý..-T .ý ' - ... '*. , eAr_ _ a ::, -l -- -w+ .i ;-,A .... j J. ; ý. . .+ 4 w-. . '. X . , . • , .a as-° a •te & E U N Iw omb . i 1a m " a ma o ," ad o mu- ~ ,explo a th... of " n .. Blowse:-The "Ohle anau m a e oti o i a pH O W o n ,emu. party, for afra - -" .b of.et m A . vets th.t ~ - --._ __ý ...... _ -- ,o- eu po_ i__ -_HOW DEAUTIFUL ARE THE fiT OF THEN THAT RTIDINGS OF GOOD THIRGS" -- - NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNIN~I, MAY 8, 1870, --- ..._--' . He a°° " 4 bas to ,.a " __.ý__ ý Beedsofa romanticountry. It was the I met.a a. J, -. .. ............ , _....-.,_-_.- omning Sar and Catholic Messenger. huW oaiyuaza, islbAT. MAY a. awn. .... - r--------- - SA MAY CAROL. i AUMBUT 15A Vail. sh b tgl--4r ke a dawmtouhed Isle Tht baebheM hlt her with a smile! H.w r e agse e...

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. — 8 May 1870

. . aN o aj,i~d na timely bis en eldest daughter of lra e ` ,ýsr.I-gsOd fchione5l i 99i Puimno iatln in the col a ans liate t Having rad in tbe lime nude h-t.he .ngapl $of Mr. dlewde- , s e b bnadwi whli'V been ape e1ýr.fve year 'a member of deeof the it q s. doleted convents of our laod be of mort service i¢ removing .. and ý~jm. popUlar delusions, or, at1e .i nsahing asome ' rrect informat n subject Cati 'which, white it oceaptl slarge a sharre of -- Ti ostentioi tbe nsority very the 1 x . iists i sotoeasod. La eldest daughter s andof te a jo.o At the age snhe of! 21 Ytere - ppetofthe Good the hbepherd at Hammersmith, and after a hlav three years.. .se--iuterrupted by a The residence of lve months in my own family, tian duve,$M$ im~ediatl~ syatlsue- tion ed fith my brother, Lord who en *nMaattelhorn-I wasnes ister of the "Black conn Iwas eft 0 eit successively ism Sthe O e roland evil Atteeprto f twh years c ( asons ,whlekh'  d hot fr1e myself lte v.; aeslitiOwtt,,nd which ...

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. — 8 May 1870

:t8t oaupoll see ms tom a vs c ew deh'' eidd therdlspap of best 'neo U5 eiee:npthipg to l dashed.B 8aioo are a every day and the I-ird and fourth ohtpttbf th"!fma Aig e lids wilii entfrely . 'dilns.d buase. e ead oI.tbha week., Qa the 31st df arols(Tnnreday) the speakers were M gr, EJetiri + n, Archbishop of Trebi -oade Matiu,Ol .dulerborn ; Monson, of (ran ada; aupas, of Zea .Dupauloup, of Orleans; Me in, Viddr lte of Bombay; Gandolfil, of daeetoAofAyecho. thept- o Aprij the debate was opened by MgDn. Dubrenil, of viguon; Marguesrye, 'of A "tj d; Gsadolfi, ofCoretor ainaldi, of Pine 'd1oY Geeoulh.ht, of Grenoh aCaixu], of Orgel Ferre of Qasale; Celesl, of'Patti; Magn asco, of'lBlna- asetaldi, of falusaz; and Mermil lod of ebron. -, - .•4l t.eloquent Coadjutor of Geneva spobfe in '~ply to some of the allegations of the Opposi tn, but *sa in no way prepared to speak in n, an commenced his discourse with an 1 for indiidgtnee to the Fathers in don l  h e  satter in hand. His ...

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. — 8 May 1870

It of ts Oity, but from the re otest , - -ther o iigehtt Re reondl ·rpd i ft:Coity,, bat flont the rothes 0 parish es, the" people fekedbto they I i'. oi iiheft l dheaui to itnsa car oaryihcb thpogh not onova withis thoea - shadowy aises, pses fdr te on tthis ecession a pemuliar Iaterest. One long aatheaewith them in their sorrows as " well ias ther jos; esever feemost in < te bloodless contents o patriotim and re Sij n;i one empltically and pre-eminently tMelr own, was oitbat day elevated to the highesit oa dl ia thisoCurhne of God. Other bishops onaecrated; but they R p a. distance eithes ropm the u laed to other pastors or were invesiid with thiso a teheare pes ain a Church the teng tn oL prioset e t.rthirty t e yearsd onhehratuaion. For vý,and ored and reverted. w o the learned prelate's ae-: sand forreseeingo t tie. l gthof the eremoaigs, we felt for a Sadip and painful anessi- o `but as ersemonies progressed, and e blem . asr emblem of episc pal Sa tority waas soafemoen 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. — 8 May 1870

:`!r . 1 Ora Yo"ur m.--Ne* e: cuntries are Soiaireo of utilitarian emn rthO *b ` at& eeflees~In irt and works Bl Rlraads and eanals call forth yts # o lmunlty, and it ltthese praesagneealsides have ~r b'rt, .ad the demand for sb s ~cie It ha been -aopled,-tha -the tof t1t pulation turn into the - ACti e f "c:::siutal pursuits. Then opens satingt, sculpture, arch!-' . - etues, -c, - L "* ;surprised to wit ,`.' d-retlion, which tend to a: soor country may ! ie lieve supposed. We .. ;; befu1 paintings ex i t htl'ira as the produo Say os or 14 years ai one of our worth te Third Distric ae 4 pýf1qSsre Patsick witre roeler, mazi has a which would do credit to a t. Agher represents' a .Is very remarkable ariist Is certainly a credit, .o a.t seeem ted peeeptgA r, i. b. A.. hI .s, of VY Camp street, but to I 'msistlasnd that I i i the-I.' i t & iii pilprti to give him every t of improvement that their j Sriide and have no doub that 1 ' feo bebeyoad their power, will .kiL$ desi mlast...

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. — 8 May 1870

r - ,an Irish do ddead in the H G er YMoore was bor at Mbore Somounty Mayo, in 1811. Be was eda-. ae 8at Oseott College, and uabeqeuen. at Christ's College, Cambridge. He e tewed.Parliament for 'the County Mayo In IBW0, nid voted as a moderate Conserva aVe ,W hen ireiand revived i.ouw ,.upoli sisal torpor into whieh she had fallen after the, volutionary movement of 1848, Mr., Mome took a prominent part in the Tenant Eightagitation which followed and largely contdlbuted to its importance by his skill and ability. He occupied a prominent place in tbe'lIndependent Oppoition party, which was formed to wrest.litral measures home the Government by opposing all poli apaed to make Tenant Right a Cabinet eeasure. Unlike those who, by their treachery, bhastened the inevitable disrup tien of this body, Mr. Moore remained firm and. uncompromising. He continued to .represent Mayo until 1857, when he was unseatie on petition. He remained from that time retired froqp ppblio life, except on -few ...

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. — 8 May 1870

...: A . s, sp -c E eas 4ian barglary-"breala g in of o r ilike br isers, rather favor light w Mow t t. , pioole' heads-go late to The most reflections some young ladies ve is in thelsasroer. Miserymyloe oopany, but it loves to el o_ý"adýiit. ' " " t h t i o the wet," said the shark hen he 4svaiwed the boy. Whyj4- tds$he moset charming of they are matchless. A , *lty -es be a great place for i ni Ielag genetally a regular bawl I e G.enes't what man wants-all he Wht-awoman wants-all she S,,4J wrifeise+ iof sopenive a. se yCrI "No, butslse's a dooaed sight .I w'31· it possible ..to expeet that man -kLs iwil1 take advice when they will not ] wge- warning? WqJayp hesr4 fo nt J:one. old.woman I oij o,' ,b1ý'thbeiare thonsands t 6bI kis gratcalves. F '-to tbý you can make pork you can become a Sby g sherry cobblers. ' was examined in edurt and himself. "Whydo you lieso, i .aske ithJudge, "yven't you a lawyer?" " A widow out Welt, .being removed from the t was only quieted by the .sif ...

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. — 8 May 1870

-R a s intermit ent Oasitt1 ilNhibeet `left a fortune of going out of fashion since the - as $.f women's rights." was`tmey robbed of $10o,000. S Nieteen out of twenty-one past Mon - s vbe ben stormy in Boston. Ata Protestant Fair in New York, S IX. received 170 votes for a gold waL MNinemota fsrmers find raisin ee for Disraeli was offered b,00 $ar his new " seel, wMeh some ties pronounce im ' 1searl has.heen started in sid of of Capt. Williams, lost in the tM" is of A were -never so as ey saqre in New York city the SBoW:ingt Green, Ky., a Democratic An ais In Ippisots .Magaaie for -: J s entence containing over nine ., . I or WRiley says there are haltf • . r.. - .voters who do not know how tsu4or write. r - - -"j l.t ogs five miles. long has been t + g 1beO ChipLpewa Fall, Wisconsin, S4fMis still increasing. Acaoi-eitiog is alarmingly prevalent _nog Cincinati females, who take it to - t the eQpplexon. .. lee has risen fifty per cent in oston. S-ahsk to our "domestice manufact...

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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