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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 15 May 1870

44 ýlg taundCathofaessenge .T 'oanm i-ir dregmseI Yya. aseer M sbeenemg .4. er"pn ed mitteg w. . : a m 2 b .: **. mainlC ewetth hmtg* he 11ý ,ýa a i11rTowýY=o Prevnta ;n ad Cwthare 'r a e emef.. hit>t. .'ýM:: h. *,,** A "pegmgir 4 ________________ ____________ "HO 3 uf IjfARE THE FEET OF THEE T$*~' BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS I" . A , _~E REN, SUPIDAY MORrING, MAdY 15, 1870. NU.l 5 U ýpl a a d C t oi MoIe to oa ito e tmat edhe J laime of the Catholic Chnro 1M ttesersnee of their effoga .. They no w ` '" oi~ " ý flDA , ]uY li, w(Re which )E1I ý ýI 'R rfo etedwihi - ._. ,prom iaed to do d. on e wn ý.. t--_p. Yl ý6a._ __:_v_.____.. .rosiirl q uar aid qCatholic Messenger. * rs ayrtle, - . -" !t!, tha vira'*ia sV r hma~, Bow it.Shrlis mesas Ii'kseeilng r Dll smesa. this evotion . ad theit ablhe mia. fin d the sar& in dusky pa - -an? I" etimgbhafr., temething suer- tla seeloet'a lyre Tell ew b bleak sadLOa ass o ?Isdaeosos c Rampa hrinbe, uihebsst hue. c ( P ULINE;l, , ttee....

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. — 15 May 1870

MWolfC .w aMad t.-aq essenger, unan ` ira s Ib1a0yipr. ranitit. SInter igtl u!r AlR0agig* QAI.DIe. it wR evidb The iibwiag lettsr. addressed by Arch- oribes ' ahLoL 8pLSIng .. Dupanloup, Bishop that -. pA a Fhusobeai pablished in the Con- ta a.. ubat we copy frops the Bal- Iam S N orrie. The time is so short before year . oii on ~afallibility-is deanitively tong thatanything on the'subject at this t ;• .Pr would seeeem anperflaous. Besides _G ,atbolios know practically where infl- i l lit.a reuldes, and hence are in no ,6ubt to .)about ithe matter. " / the We fo. bearpablishing thepetition, which Gras ~ l3keas i first appearande in this country mou S4rathl* New York ,erao4.. S Ms L' ors "-<n the letter which your to u t'e hsr itten to he'Arehbisho ary ' ios, you do me an honor for which tlt I find it impossible to 'thank you. You abo' uute reipeatedly a poatvahtua which, in Catl Seonoert with sv.biiI of my venerable col- hefe S eagues`, 1.1 deemew proper to present to for...

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. — 15 May 1870

'. nrega trdtrpubllda .in the eere-, ynn ,toe Cardinal-Peni SJlIateri ifor--the adh p gpver te lsdbtgenae oa dt*'b fed llsy:.'z .' £h faiithfil.who as S2 QU:R= t, ".Coupet was held a apotber on Tesday. 6s= .lPrl ' Pie, Bibboi of Bra.ota:M.e relator, , tad the ceapled the rest of the slteog The fb agtr. eAb o tae ýe. with.the cpgns, and ia bo rwill b t t at: the I'h i bi` E idli will after d iihere isevery. Mgr lulbe'.fMar. Sjpalding, Archbishop. -lisA U&*Imyis a tanible blow to the Gal ,g fierm an. d uneampromisipg" ) 'n to the dogma comes with fo ftom the Americhan .,dg . Dapatloup had S8,.Baok a re . t~i., their. con " tt o from ftftni, theo Viest, .": a i r-tebiho=the bsh a" p r aj but s hpo a 8ta!~"ga ; r ap Am.neria.u and a pnan., £s very "El tBBarte" to Gallianism..:.. The IHol it r continnes well. On Monday eUi tok or D] Quinto beyond r descnded from his ` g ttlfisiber of persons were e nd 'lbng pile of earriages M,,a e spat where he'got down s . 'M1 _ng, and when '...

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. — 15 May 1870

D 0( x Ossaw.-Our vener .a .e' ( Lb Blishop has been doing :. rueil since his napwatioon- ,.the 7th lanst he. confrmed at the Houe of the o4 Suaaday last he dedicated of St. Michael, at Annanclation quis.he same day, in the afteraoon, be eir sd o06 persons in the Chechl of 4 annuaoiat.n, Third D)s1*,4L. On Sthe fth anstant, 161 plPpanm -e nlkned by him at the Cathedral .' I ely, 10th, 24 in the Chapds of the :Hieart Conovent, sa on Wednesday, oe3 if' in the Archblhbitp h Church of St. M --The total nulber of can rmations m the 4th to the ro1th inst. is 812. ,n PuAm ATp S:eo. JoerS .'s HALL.-Aash aatieipstea tair has been a de . i -slooDees. . We rnew beforehand that g5r go St Jaent always the concomitantc of we , t , and that the horny hand of honest labor Is ofte mpore liberally extend ed in ats of ebarity than the Jeweled fin gets of gnt and ristocratic leisure. Por  e is a- nobility in the sons of Joil wbieh n tseaty on earth can roonfer ýt hike nobIltty of fith, letters-p...

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. — 15 May 1870

the h 4ýd o t e e of eater If i o th rs l th nation worsItptalyjº UOWýý :''att~"J~ might new Invoke the spiit oftrevoltuoun, i . PhS.pswih. . But s it is their veo 1, anhihiatUd·-by that of the at ae, their diba ontent is P Eth5s whatever and am *s.*5g* in Parsisef causers no uan at all, became the -entineat thle ,people is known, and isova elming in its con mniousplll'Ow Tye 'LWp d cut-throatso of festering e cities eaonot control the des tinies . snt. .whee the people at I ii aim res nh.ot-- a ioal Menti. ent at the ballotbo& ia s "Mouzn Crrr" L -s~ lnsnarcu Co. . Thi , vorite institte. has removed its 0l mice from the Story Building to No. 33 Sarntdebet street, oand eerlbtai the event Sbyit. go ullation, of to ___ . inda :," showed tbeWpc ation r" a hy *elr pla pat,1 in it. ml o l of thii'-the Nw Orleans ecity t Oompay. has t4 o Itos dpoiedurng rS.a.we arae, O old, to vma three millim of dollars, and aver- tiv e41, a Sgure not reached by s adn val estalihmot, save one. T...

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. — 15 May 1870

S.qigeneles ol mer Ste h ary.-Sevqrl 'bfpoee have left the forde S ea, who bad served e-i. Eight or ten yeras. The cante '... far their resignatsi' is the in •ined I bvuerity of duty by day a4d night, .-..i. ftthe state of the country, the 'lad " patherecedive, and the tardIneas ton. Many other constableL,t is se preparing to'follow their exaample. o of Four Sitster, ofI.:Mrcy. at .-. imposing sad interesting Sthe professmon o ur ·Sisters - at the . eo oe Mercy, St. on the 19th nit., Thoery.ev. Deans ' ir e D. D .V,.G, Newcastle Wes, reifd ThTeladlesoeap ssewere X.s. M wiy, ,oatyLh.,ncrck, in reli i e S i 8ster M Tesa, Miss ne Car Cousi, C , inrellon Sste M ' JanaganI, in re gion .is Sat a b-Inspeetot 8mith and a S pouee on duty at Ballymahon, entered the houae of a black _ ed Lavatt, where they fbmwd lsa eeed sabout ten guns, eight or nine rI :ms a quantity ofi power and shot, several half-finished gun stocks, a scythe, a oar staff, and about 500 lock nipples. The ervices of. t...

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. — 15 May 1870

 \ ; ."MD.etlsenger' , Maris 1 G. e 4 Spapi t thet mtsos plcu-iar of ieae his tatl.comes out of lhis whwash bemmed in by a crowd t Snbled with a stitch in hie dide Isthe eheapest way of building a, a pig ' Tie his tal ina knot, bhae a pigstie. iAiwyerlkeaperson lua nn pi . Becise he lies first on one tbeIapin the other. ' ' like asieve; you. may see through a. muat be considerably reduced an get through it. • ran =ever show itself more rea than in ceasing to reason about ihk are above reason. ,$" rger of , gav -planting of ;.. when.,Adam and Eve psaty, who had beard a.good ast.tbeA'bheatre of war,?'. suggests ekteg manst,he very desfLble. wish to be particularly imart," Solawyer to.bi. son, " marry a d you will soon bea shrewd mah." Si ha aing' grkown enormously in olefoe,.-sg wrote on his back, t. the exponse of thq corpora a great 'American dies, the first oKA is to resolve to build a monu memory, and the second--is not oneer's letkbeing direcftid by ployer to insert in an adv...

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. — 15 May 1870

- I-m ' _*Messnger Ciaese be. a paper alelthe Advasue, mr otgan of Congregastio-aism-a simpli -liebrs of-PrebynMalsai. Itis atqablyi id edtd Jou*ra, and it is well known ýJS i·beata eonterect the inlanence t -reary Wird Beecher's paper, the Inds gemsd.m; l has a wide circulation, particun l diyl tl Great West, and hence the hi .at· 0.f of combating its out-givings on 4ae t ;eed3eet as the "School Question." Ia teeet taumber it had the fairness to pu Jii. enitlre the article on this eubjedt in ubthe' t Uo Wod for April. In a subse-! tgue tasue it printed some er-idlems, iwdahob' re ably met by our contemporary, IbileNew York. istlet, a few paragraphs of Wilk)i Ire saidajin 'the  A sc denies that edanetlan divor eed'reom liglon and religioes uilture is -.religiowu. -Whee itbhs re lated the seasonings ofProf. Taylot Lewis, alted by the C(tdolie- World in poof that it we w emosider its deniaL If. Lewis, h sCngregatiousllat or, wha in this Te very i ats t same ting, a Prh teri, hbs ...

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. — 22 May 1870

'^ .° t - 4,t .r ..6r44f.;a , ""ý : : .>,ý."rý ý .'w r4 4.* -~ 3i* ~ini ~ J7~ 4 4 ~> h -sý4:U'9ta *5 Ait&.beVD ý I " . 'aa ec r~j'* r4ai~g '~ . 44 V .. W~~4 1 - t+l"t;i, a / -4 t ~4..~ TT _ 4 T. ', h~ ht V~lc ass 4.. *4ý 44. ('~ M IS . raf o Of .1%Ylues 4011 a.4000ma sme10 6.re~ ~ So -bea Iste~ne ."ýýr a be e " twU ~ ~ am ~ swet. - HOW BEAUTIFUL .ARE w FEET OF THEN THAT BRING GLAD rSN S* 0 DT I G I YOLWIE m. .NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY .$,, 1870. X4 Nornhh Star and Catholic' Messe t+a of tear,as he deepesed the smoky at- gulehable betenteclaofheape "BtIhehsk *.I.tws . mvA- ', _________%MD by whlff horn the pipe he Icloak In which ehe w 0Ialrote.ape "Bt fh a h 1'tea ODL ~ SUDA, U sieo was enjoying. I.-e m~ and the over- *llrMnrrý. _ twal.Eweý Ohrahii Star and Catholic M sese JESUS8 I8 GOD. Setar ,Y . . ,r ,. a. wI the sonidearth, 'Ia roem cl orl eigd e, . a Il~, ~~adust In tni, sa abo a de. -- toval orsetia wrin. Jeua Is .4l! thae never was A th aeo them He Pwea Tn...

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. — 22 May 1870

Losesh? F om sman S beseesmwherever yaou } his,at me same tliei " I a ws, up sod down, in th 4s ttthl etuabiquity. Whence ho labe Ask any one ron oset e y some se owm bi end4st 1e porinage ad ever g and bantering p asy, "Who i tit man, and why is he not un', like s about some us~tot-wortV Ours -' ' fle aUtiliftaiLa age. All must stive, toll sea to san. Why has he kmo th fall f the dole eear sim te. * at no ' ydroobe in our esocialhive." i. n ito of ity showing himself the se.e absent.reamer os niost attractive oiivtb of oboice company S 'tn the common mart of life:and- betle. In the apt and strikinD.g langao of Carlyle, t us giveaset seh of his perison'Japs rance.: -"Does the rasder see himt A ratel likely .dgue, I think; stands- some rive-seven, or more; a man of strong, solid stature, und dig aided : sity years old: hair and beard are get ting gray. , I gare of qnfiBeient impressive ness--not lovely to the man-milliner species, "t. nor pretending to be so; massive build; lead of...

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. — 22 May 1870

j P'. Annu f d e todl. p>ioerlp o the oleant; sthined aass -in the North slid ;ath eesof the chareh h ibeen almost 'ruined, while theseaonikont of the thurch on Thir teentL h t s arel but little better fate. wTin  of the eparchial residence w. we~o. destryed, and the damage in t l nighberhood was generallJ veri heavy:. t.Teresa's school-house spffered . severely:asdid also the church. 'Te win dow-light in the residence of Right Rev. - BUlshpWtod,; on Eighteenti street, were "Bkwihde .dttoyed. Some few of the lights in the idowe of the Cathedral 'werobroken .adn`d earlf~ya tqi cburches;-places in ap expoeed eonition, suffered more or leisse Image.-Osthooie andard. Drociss or wruerorr.--L gg of te Dt.~DL--On9 Thursday, May 5th tlhe corner-stone of the new church, to be bnil in hor of Almighty God, under the invo catiof the Peince of the Apostles, was IaM*tth the usual ceremonies by the R eoy. Thomas A. Beeker, Bishop of the Dioese of Wilmington. iooasgs p &anatsnuo .-Miss...

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. — 22 May 1870

feast of ob to serv-e in time anner a Sunday, bl 6bsrw eifb~es ofr Churchb, and STBdoo ox s. Oaday,.Tuesday and ed j rit will be Rogation .Days, t c  e on the three days pre: SAs n These days are neserated to prayer, which has a' the trningaway of the diving a . i..pmplore the blessing of God / - @he f .rl lesthe earth. - St. The 's School. - F roswmime oi tknown tous, Father b Ksmrny 'ibeeeivai good deal of unlooked tl aalwdltsage i the matter of his new C cheoI-hoemg Recently for instance several o. thse "Ceoia Presses. hav ontributed a> ely to this terpris. Among 8 have heard the Merchants and w SPres espedially mentioned, al would seem that the donations are F not minde ezxalsdvy b proprietors, but ar that t hands and laborers employed have na . o - contribuetedfliber ly to the good work. the N-.Now we are aware that all this is in a ha • mesa~re a reognition of Father no - } l rlilng qualities and thorbugh lea ac l t it must be credited to some am t. 4Ae.to the esteem i...

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. — 22 May 1870

oren - We e" atri he ho bed th all the noipj fo bele ion ofdiine wor sli. b A' re ts~le-blo4okln presbytory i Sa boos orobsa. ,In additon to this,-a en SeGM b ?r e- t. th ept aOnt o oftem church, andala, ~ bun aom~lu schoo- po ft'lii weet ge th~hreo at i os etds conditeot e1 itl sef heai teon m g th serens yta rie t for haw .ng l ea wo t aelelr that f s i 9 *tholre 7 sty talon co the sucdces ofore ib _'oonah.A aile-lookg thereaors psa h alfes, leh wOf g robe as °n tothis Yora: ofweV, siof the prospeot e of thre on this rebaruc not obtained without much ,-. wicle Gretna O.nro -a (and morenA ýmtosu, a t I 'a n Ther satr l.. meno houoseo dar boring, i ofe afpec hars bae en otmr.-ea e o of tirds to is due to ou ai l~aipfttle sioste High, Afee s ntu ~ eofre hase bo done and to complete wuc The a e mlne0 to be dw i . Father Bog as ted a d adebts to h y. whi might apatseven yearn. why cant in largie roslsation s but whion areC weigh v3!-a heavily on him, with hs limit- cif edl resouren ...

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. — 22 May 1870

Vs` e.eand laid toet it %e 'No pr was Sw living eoudmeet li atrIols dead. T rests 'here~, united bh last pblic :: meny to the r of a ms whao ,I i his way on thIath of pStb , though he .as onQrh and at every step beset, by sigularly 'strong temptatlons-..b T Moore estates assembled y hearts to pay the Ist sad cales, for they had lost a landlor whose reslations with themselves had beea ioftened the infaueane of true humanlity on of law and duty. The people, f their grief were there with iamsoureing. Por them the great George Her Moore ha tbrobbe and passion-for them his powerful " ,had strivea wi a ungrudged labor~; mad now that he is here no more to feel the thob of hops r 'the pride of noble effort, te esoine, the wild prayerful wail of Ire lad west a Ito-.heaven in token of their a b l gri evf. Standing above lis tofmb'i,I5thful priest Who had stood . s1 t4ni gbed executed the last tea b eorge Henry Moore, and did 'rJstles d to his honor and his memory." S" men, if any," ...

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. — 22 May 1870

ha r--On~r ae "who 'takis . . ldy the * -N,'W. may get it iwill The ma  ho swallowed the story whole L L -musa teacher who of modansi r ,..- .. A inan whon pot6t'.o keep a hotel- c iwh o  ; i himself." t It ia out jo e bovre done nothing o Siy ia everything. :' sr greedy oyL one who recently ý k*4esudcs than his littl sister. - N1 t eed ever be out of employ- v Ss grind his teeth. c Ati n of !'eWe discoter that we , A uesi)e- but from our riends. a '. t~i.a.,l 4Atostiii ck your nige a water, Sa iteo p"~ig it eat look fer-the hole. 'One buiaper at parting," as the diank a-m"o arbA~i obe he ran his ad against a h If ySou re to have youear thoughts about -. h rlet them by all means-be in your at p :ary Is a solar eclipse lires e iuiger whipping her boy Because it's a hidingo d': Mzs.Vmmdngtoa, hewring of apede' a Wb fa" wondered t troubled "n ii: pii -q aysont fhn" "Walking m with o-re ain't lame," replies t thebtelgmJ4a S hi A msil irn e publis in hisbills be that a variety o...

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. — 22 May 1870

disseetions cfthe Bishops thetnselves ari l med, adIýlastl, the eace saluu o te Churech a idviounsly wounded. IusmliS. obe exosn; lest the of Cheritis l et n i ae l Cou n cil asi S tte Catholic Chur ch S ubeliever, d l evil, whlch dyrows aly lseioud, should be od a. o our Holiness at - • sitet f the ee whleh has been com ialitted bo ofthe B hrist to your veost Hol , atYred, anlatly, the eacep-and uithe oambe, eChnt ~ r our brethren, you will deign to " mepultoh. lyb.efeicent rdedy to these so est lofa We ordering, that is, the es ee e it m the infnIdallibility of the Supreme W:IuZ to be brought forward without any' Sis algtusion in the Council. "wte qabie last week the delaration C sigsti a " ieilyen ian Bishops and the Gener.l fl fOrdr lonwhgeich they assure the Cosee ile ieoft r devotry n to the doctrine of f enifal Coliiliyl. The Suerior General ofli - . ,ethe v rable Pere Etlene has , • "in s turn preosented n to theo Hol a ther m whi h he e the ostme Sfesionbof faith, not onl...

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. — 29 May 1870

.who ý" 1. ...... ,,,'» ýM k.-a.- ; _ .. . . . ::3 . ýý a.p..... . ! . _, -4, /: i'- -{ " - .... !1.1 -ý" i '.' ... M.. q'K .. ...' "A 1'Wý' "  .; ....... - , . , . _r . " .W. ... .au up R "OW BRUTIFUL ARE THE 1O at MIN$ ,ggT ggl Gun4 TIDIEGS Or GOOD TRIWGSP p .%l _h m m NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MAIG, NAY 59,,1879. M Ik r .ir, anýn litll ...kr leser . S-wmemmm u sm AZ' MA . 1sa1. (ti-uedJ --------- 'felt ABBrtLY. esuig - waIST s Tes b . t 1 use rS u as Ikd a ns. - m • r ean d ipeDale Trmaen. The ensing dt was the siabbath. It wafs Ikewire a day of elaud ad storm. The gale of theureceding day had died in to an intense er towards morniegs and a inet, dense and impenetrable as moh cur t in separates I from immortality, Sread skyi sad ocean, econcealing la d T peak, and headland. But to was enoon the alwind arose gan, slike a warror afteer is re scads mering the mist beisit, and dri etre waves, with ter basce and sproar, ntoan ocean cavern, wards endedoo en the wibn illos oi the a in...

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. — 29 May 1870

~ii.. ,sh 1heenpaishm hr asnperseos th ., lf ~ year ago, he p-jomptly alor le ,a endasring asoclmtion f'' ` ' bosppoQpl*, par e beep soand il-trasteL by EaglUh i so odd wae t of to F seems o '  to s d amo thoer we or o ne oi 6 pa th wh whoqsar ihabtahts we nsb leis • s ,- r he south he toarrih din am.e ,E 6f ; The constry lai vt.1 was know,-o want of priest. seems Sto lie , Aend amof the iand to woeat ~re e.Aened I meagere. an, ldiiag, 1 of wdod. I atke all myub .. teepora ylit "i aka, orne on f onae ofba the rthers beiho is er not -c better than is les than oater andigh m thmis ion have les far ht onstry, for even:t south mUetowards the north, all rice. We have very good horses here. I have adigly illy;eas sixn rivet it my mis fomed of aa" : of ranges-of volcanic whi the rider must ed of the Iksland t the hhot~a' er him and moreent a i ones hb te I already eriiee I the tAllbuicigs ar e of oodmm I grante all my urad and England. ebtack, the rowar beiog ike out between the uroph ...

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. — 29 May 1870

iA8A Riser 'a+°a title; -inide S Forum, `thne English Con tls-at'P. pr. st.t Each lZonae , accord Sto thecustom. The Holy E440 W0or4 grith a h +ips.toi biitWirekbat samaea but se a ent nabrie f excae * te se llesd er toceededil to l a e rny maobele aaebrem a. iber ajslr were a admitted, alid  e ' s'romena" was consider 'ly e - : I . b.numbr - of person. whae d o~ , s obtains word or ble. S.,h. dieatytha,, In spite bc walked ahmasly looke rwel eOn o bea day reviewed the Voluntees of the Re se.rv  udpr Prlns Lstaeeotti and Duke t Sauavie -is whose ranks four hundred gentl men aire enrolled Isnome, while P ls ftl B-"om a ,od asp many more from SFermo, Prli,. weavnn and Perugia tes ti t atio ly of the annexed provinces. is meoi Oft ges entlemen served in the Re an K atroe p daring the events of 1867, p ai are deeorated with the me orbl the raieo Them Pope, in eeoaem, pend with gresat emotion of his joy at witnessing the rivalry-of his own subjects with the youth of Catholic ...

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. — 29 May 1870

aMute t w ay hbo c usn slopensead, and of"ab. to o o' maw OasaAN5.-About 150 c s nmadetheir first communion at Church on Thursday, is the S!o'lck Mass, which was sai er, who made a few appr . arka'b on the amportane th The children were all w. re" ' here repsieving by, *retreat -bof ,A givene by the .JestOPiFathers. ving service, 5 o'clock, a large was .preset--the Cosmunioteand of reeevedtbe cspauu aud-two went to the alterand renewed their vows-eaiiualy7 read an set of h ao to te Blesed Virgin, after which benedictia llowed. Friday mass commenced at 8j o'clock, which was at tehded v.JBi sh about to be confirmed. HI2 Bishope Perehe addressed the e 'Aql ik his nusual happy strain, and Eb lj lemrsed  boys and girls to. the c anib 165. The Bishop was assisted bi;ewiinuantrelet, Lespes and Jourdpn. A pr cei"0on was formed and marched out of the sureh into the house, followed by 1 theb Rt.; r. Bishop. Th eRLRev Bishop Coajutoi on, t.he i Inst., in the Church of St. I Raphael, thirty-...

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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