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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 29 May 1870

hthose sheoid bepi i it ontr-l wo L fain the control of S 'read ~of families it is tres but thei tolt `l tt will not be ia firt du ... their. mammas is If e wf is th ad of the family, then . we ut'd te old biblical prejudices that she iitli "wekewbr vessel" and that she _ught wto eah m et to hew bsband."* Wýoauh dIa `up her lolns as a I man o'ld srender Tir and appropriate. l tall thiswoald not salt the e wekuits or the modesty of woman. She I would nbe. obliged to discard al- pecu- r liarity ofdreesrwhleh nature itelfhas din itted as badge otweakness, a safe-guard a of modesty and an aid to personal ehatms. a She would loe' that chiyalro protection e of the sle rner sex which her suppsed weak- o ness has always commanded, she would aI serifde that influence more poteait than o0 the ballot box, which her f se rioana-. dt tin so perfetly secures, she would forfeit i" that masculine respect produced by her so eludson fom familir intercourse, and, shbe would destroy that family unity ...

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. — 29 May 1870

waasn in Sro,. testfnt . dresa fir nly t t the doctrines es fogienessof sins a- pe ribr.athe departed, and put que on om whih are containe Euminatio od gie~ d that in the fesmtums e 8bico pnbe his notice h·mlaw, published, and tahe .r.t..u ms oDr a-m betro Sevent to '' p to thdrat the sad .1 they d ot-trans mom tilt' A 1i can ly say," the at eeenelhded, "that I al-a hundred msoonee ess Tho the office which I e 4bqjlnoble instrument teUrlimits othie ~h--urb. Tie p s be very welcome in Sso WS ir f/clrical correspondents of pre enlrge upon it and cps of them, delighted at the * . swWocto inemade by Mr..Maberly, England's political power 1besti0 -eau 4 to place over them "chief -. wha theymhid never oliosen" ais kite' the "'tendered resignation of Abb p Trenchb'? be accepted with aiis - ee approval." - -- 8e-- E lffoas.-Three of the existing 3ish vacaneies will be filled up in the course of a few days.. The nomination for 'Mallow was held yesterday, and that for t Mayo is announced to ...

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. — 29 May 1870

- T. ette is te only singer who never hadaeold: MA. 4.i c to get. hbabit--A cheap olothlg t o. .:L * Hrow to emnage bechelors--To miss Tnhey etlan"eu .... ae thThe petrolejm l ar.e , great bores; but What does It take to make a pair of oot.? Two b9ots. i Wanted to kno--WWhat adlermanufa tured " thesen of the moment ? ' b "Come, se off," as the ran: said to , the man who was eulatt off his wool a "W. .e a bharber -be. Canecann ot thout ekeavQxi., tl "Ais m.n >Ijk at h s doen behind 01 bs b"n * SP. 4he when he was kicked ot `ofaooitg. a Fast youg amen smoke a grsat deal, for it, Is the. ature of the rake to have a s quantity of weeds about it. - " What Is the auoe ofthat bell rina In" o n said WIf ltm; "I think," said Joan, "ta-t to ~ Omeb44ias pclled the rope." `-t's ao r ile th~t won't work both r ways," exclaimed the boy as be threw the wa ferule st tbe-schoolmactejs head. ' sh "Do make yourselve sat home, ladles," h a lady one day tgaher vsitor. ri am c home myself, and I wi...

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. — 29 May 1870

• i to .fMemWatesOq ait~k debating clb byi ti e af"sub Cm oar. a ~ i the pwrfe; and so for begin withthe volumeJ t, Xe I was but Imitanl s wari the :ye of 1byp ~-Iek eo a u d act tely eeee4ed a far ams Mr. C birmasn, when ..v thatevery L Ator I a.-, Theme were o i r seven at the presemnt atthe time; and the littlo -ec.ld not have contained as a f were the central oject in asre d assembled millionsgauintg pon a tte breathless expectation. I became S!!'q !i $s a duagmb; my friends erledl - he , hear him b/ thera moth ag to ar. y IUph, indeed, went threngh e i tomie of artinculation, but I wasper b.me s fertunate only i oler seven t t he o oep paa to sttlke up thesolo which was Ie snvish every ear, -discovered that an memy had maot helouly soaped his ew. Somany we, tar it was not born with him.gi weve, though my fte entrds, even Ap-in desiedof me, the e ndoeMe ed, ee peta hbe subdued without a struggle. I was for the pof artisilenoed, bat I still was eded or meeto tringse with the mo...

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. — 5 June 1870

, , -. . . . . ...... ........»,,» " t ,..,s ....... ....... ,.',' 1.. -..... . . .. ., I . ..... .... .. . .. ..... .- .. . --. ,e mo . , , " .. - . - . , .m, .." • ,..- ýý,:?ý "-,S,"z ý't + mp : - - i . -, r17 1* be ap I~g `. _.  .e ibsl Eh. * *.. .el .ui h . . ..ade Nq .... a- " ". "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THE/ THAT,  NRG GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD INGS!" NEW 0LEANS, SUNDAY lO$Ig1N, JUTNE 5, 1870. ----"'' 1g. _ al w o1 u u uy , s. > "i fe. e b. h a_ _ ,ed h i w ea ont T h y,ý ,, .r th eivrn O. - - ew, bL I ea w"boh a' *ee hrve ve. hovw . :2- F +hw Omleel AL~td i_ .. 1 ; tY %Fuecue wRonmessenger. MCI 3L7I4 1JNfDJAT. JUwN s. Is i 3 * $-AND-BY. . a SIR trwobl iend try STilstt..ae btag bearta take sheer, M Wohj eiassrm.ehm er' knee. Wish Seeudrmnlo_ and lovelUt 'ey f hTim a owd the Petinal bTeas... Te hena e eon sdem ad Use ald gieens igssde.d, hat o h. . ,h ved .n m erin ! Wd  ih P dri --:a sist s I oal ro 11ithefr a o s Lo or t a. bdw dreams o o- yeand.i Theo o an p up...

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. — 5 June 1870

W d 0lw ý3 &AmS t UDAhT, muU  s. u5 -. a M. tASHi1 st0 efto umL sews Vima Ceom"asl, Mell tin t. Petest, E.. oas arw lday, AIpIl a1, le7t. (so.aseel.l j oIrrPTa IV. Of iIa sad Rseason. Moreove, the "Catholio Church has ever held,'. sbe now holds, that there eitz i twio-MI cder of knowledge, each of *hi is "ultisnt am the other both as to iii mak.u to its object. As to itfs beprE eb ame in the one we know nmtaur maerm, in the othrby divine faith; as to the objeet, because, esides-thob St.ing. to which natural reason can attaq" 'ic- proposed to our belief mystert e : _M God whichb, untess b yi ti i "..r., ed, cannot come to our knowledge, SWhoetore the same apotleywo besreth witness that God was known taJ& Gentiles by the things that are .,,1bet when speaking of the grace and tta t came by Jesus Christ,(Johni. 1, days, "We speak the-wisdom oflii fa mystery, a wisdom which is lidden;" which God or dalred before the .tWld unto, our glory - which none of theprinoes of this...

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. — 5 June 1870

U. :cathe eneMldaon : t, c rGenera ofts .. Di..o. of Pttbno eliverd a u letuioe ir ee"i4s" 0djetin t.d S Paul. tl ... . r U.l--- e ttmbug m D iuy t Ga,.. .ptbII e in hall. We ma the the _alle iw4to from thne e.neloaion _- i tasb.ar :dtanoathbornl toy t _= Caoer   m·hop`.tor. to r ca ec tiom' o lr it. CI L! or o W . _atit kli bm * thit 8adoctein in eth ttin *rlt a"- whe t to o es n too ns e in ren igion, they e -..Tes. larad .e c emalaso to con s o eai.me W one is the band- tb mt aisy be o hId out when needs beody to y in idl or me rllof , g' oo ucaona wants. Asunite tohe an o ds there n astie in it. The State, which ought to de impartiallyn no withe  fti m g to favoritesaxation use 'qvel to ta in Edance of hon- Aid ia Society, i Common School Tsreasurry Ptro ..De. gt. The fund tha accumfe aite ful th ints pl elong tou t, thee rning but the the govhad; it boes no ng te itself. The te, ulaaisitosme soit, is lile that adopted in wO, .n.er te horstitio tal no more right be, eo te...

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. — 5 June 1870

end eitholc Meener. o"oo wr Naw O7a.ras. - Sunday, ti eofrmed pe in the churh of St. S DVineat ns a Teshday, Sut alt., of •ý : ,J,' u Jne 1st, ix young t of the Sisters of the Holy id In the chapel of the ion raday, June Sd, 298 per- lt ~54a fii rmed in .St. An's Church. W . loAt~ moon of the same day 128 per- go 80 . confirmed in the Arehepiscopal W 4, To-day, Pentecost Sunday, -the Os LRt Uevý Belate will officiate pontifleally s" S' .. 1Cattedul, and -give the Papal l , to which a plenary indulgence on ..Js ati.sd. Confirmations will .be given a Sundt anext In St. Peter's Church, Third ie Distrit, at P. . On -Monday, June 6th at 10 A. x., in St. Alphonsus' Church, "n "FOrth~District; on. Thurday,-9th, at 5 P. th .r in St. John the Baptist's Church, First c District. Ordinations will take place in p the Arehie.mrlapal Church- on the Ember cat ,Days, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday ing i o't, at 7-0oloek. A. x. dir BianoP Qualm ir.--The Et. Nev. Bishop ast of Mobile wps in our cit...

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. — 5 June 1870

t MorningSta 4 lad[ Cathl ic M .._ aV taw ow imwu By lett~s reeived in dte ý ty we are happy to lea]rn t the B% .'Fa~hers Coopens, o Carrollte, asnd Bay.. . . Subile- , of St. Angustile's Chuavebin this dity, in companr With Iome other Rev. elerga;'on m ong hoo tl Rev, Fatlhe Ohooarne, so well wn in this qty, 'srived at Breet on boarthsSaa**e T &' on the 10th Maylast t Br. MtRr's COrpc aeknow1edge our indebtedaness to tA Beoor digecting St. Ma- a ry's College for svatoa ctoilltsannual ex amn atienkt t h iii of tbs college, at the I Mt the 7th, 8th and 9th inst., the *to " r JoI ee eacs h evening at 7 or .Ps  _.iO~qO --Bth e+ .WaE r. J s Soor.-Brother Wal.. r, of St. 5qi·ur S will accept our ack- a -owlegeeb h appyo to atted the eannual asi take place on t pnday, Je S st 6 ocb'olook, at c jeesmnm an.L i "Plc io ".if at Mary-Jeferson C ollege will t i on iuWext. t We a bse ri t hppy to say that the new a nner ii for the St. Joseph's Ger- iA 7aC Ostethei ~ .btae.f Carrollton,...

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. — 5 June 1870

nger. * trn ae"1t Ser of ate of as wOnI h. my i Wre i i forty miles In ia about tor twlenty. in breadth.. Ona . zOit Durof eoal 'I. p sented to the ivio the beao tieual and sablime Seol everw behel. Tb.e water l to 100 ythoams la depth, and - twe dioesr s an see t is .00 wha he is tsub h aebr oc 0an i aay pliaess wh . 11let'bflOOnd Ones Inld t oral columns fron 1.It e4e00 of 'ter-fn of i tesse aye "J~; na9h water oemb after ob, 4 .an stands on ~ipaaedof gadgmthrough daa deep avene, be ads ll.o dife sacred an awe as Sf' were is am old cathedral which had beg bsý beieath aold ocean's Wtern.'e was rithere the coral extends even oof' .urlace of the water, as if those e e columai were towers belong ,inA ta? `rstately temples that are now in ruM. 's.e were countless varieties of diuitiy .trees, shrubs and plants, in ee crevice oflh eoral where the water d tead the least earth. They were allo tw e ueowing to the pale light Salthough of every shade and from anyplants I am familiar wit...

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. — 5 June 1870

Morning Str md Catholic sn 0o0lick b o seh! e i g uooLed. man will tmake a cold ow ishe wl itn the What key will unlock most ma'sminndst Whiskey. ro brae bird Beca he eer showsx no the white Wheniteather. Sturned ito aeadow. The man -whowould try to stab a ghost Swould' stickat-ethiag.n A hortiweltural end says the lngsaidthuage of flowera s ttonempling his betiful How should lualoon ascent be do saribedw In int8d language. ti The only blat erer from whor a brave m an w hoill take a bw the wind.fe like Whb is a -rorw'a bra birdt eca e h se he never shows the white feather. Yod may-know a geptJemau by his gait eet a blckgue.rd by hi Billngsgate. e that i ples atse nobody slework are not so much to be ptiangledr sayshe that nobody-ean please. "All's well that ends well," said the mon kconv hersing ith a onempltigsh ever his beauededtiful drawing'it out. " Opinions gronded upon prejudice arm-e always maintained with the greatest vio The yong laedy who was" ppdriven to dia trwhat is re...

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. — 5 June 1870

session on ,.-that "De Infadliblai Plbe ejita led, is onsidered , w his t Wa m , t, ;4 a... n that . w.th O ase. . e. Thie a Tonder aever orI t eoMboms"e" ad obneuv with eonero S- r in the -*ee-fe.tl rm the Ma 4sel of _Sie whoe forltwedby that 4tti. n aor e a Gratis of Nettano on n of persons fr6ma ome en anid the procession of the Sthe sanctuary of Astorga ta mest devout aad numerous. iy ad stpontaneusly in M cd for the sy·e triumph of i t harchover its enem em. L4 ddMam to the Hour Father.-The -" madii5 anually presented to the Pope /allisjer drawn up by a committee of gewntlemen, who met for thl par .:pe In ord Hferries's spartments. It was no I eonsl and above all nfluentally e*_ued, although many persons who would * ýglly ave fIn.u ed their names had al eady left Rome, and upwards of 20o geo tlemei presented it on the 2d of HiIFy at SVatican. The address was as follows: "Yost Holy Father -Members of divers tow, but one in heart and spirit as children f thlChremb, we prostra...

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. — 12 June 1870

f . ". ", " / -. :.- ; "- A. " y.. - as 4T . . . . ,- _ ý' , I e.awNSb w awak e uate M , Pt.- . "o r eeani 0 rft* M. to er a . ***** *V "" *.iý"ia M~s si W4 ~ A __ ~ tMM wgtO i.n~~ Mised -fmi -re 1it Yrsd • . "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE-FEET OF THER THAT BRIG' GLAD TIDING#OF- GOOD THINGSI" I=ue.-.l, ea, hwwal'i OL m. . NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING.i JUNE 1I, 1870. .... Dems. Morning Star and Catholic Messenger, assR asaws, aUBD&T. alrB i., seto. + ar srIe b ri star sa Cathlo oi Mesonsr.l VICTORIA. o  sesh log indem orf Heaes." rib spolutime aof an. the season of sower, .Se ls na" to hebrbome in the seky WMhalessmesse osont thedlngertas hour. tI whih bshe pesees them on high ee tbey knew abhe heas s to the rlegions of blisse. .s feer te mse tr that et her in4bi. a feseu a ross, in the fasminess of hopes. o6 calls Die beLevd froee as e mete with Its dariseo n s aorrows to ese,. Rat to es te reward of their worth; a the si at sa ye, in thoenht of is tel, ue poswd qhs sres f so M abo...

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. — 12 June 1870

June 1, I'. STh c,t. Mary-Jeffter mot ia t to a told object, it was re hlield i dl' Watebo . the i, bsa et the aIW oh  reb. ~ Aeeerdin ly, srrbgemestwuer mad. ý b'M buand o[i t;7 8, o'ebocit aitje^a " h hove t- ti a bsreamem.~mr iaeemed to irticnde the always IVe* eathuslasm of esilege boys. The brases band struck up a patriotic str -of welcome which was eodtinued until the Ibot had touched the Ce e siatr whsleN all were speedily a ,t _ st ad made as happy as the ind :. eeu i W Mttlabblf' eaptain and his s~ Ms:tler, Meu~ l anidry, Nicolle an,. dL e, could possiby make them. deao wsoae rdeted ap at of the bo and o the atten St officers; i ependent, too, of 11e ewur vivid imagnations and merry oemeuatsW.tb young utudents had, among their tr,ilng e pment, other sources eofi t. The enlivenbgg melodies of  ( !L were almernateo during the trp..by m ua o:on the piano, comic song, iadld20 ao-'.ketbPs-making the. voy- age dowh'one of rare pleasure to all who .:  t ,h4e d_ toaeg o...

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. — 12 June 1870

'.bl .ima S uses a itase¶ "-a itT than ent t r .h! atii is' to amy, the r Ireland and h ebi b splw have aperfeotit to, o .zI :.theeir _ ve Legislature. ethenver willbe content; until will be a mena oband a glamd Theyhave nuever yet a. rbopnable fraud, the Act of t at'of. its accomplishment th'eraassttlimen they have never deased to ptpmst againot it, and never until is isundone eathatagant wrog, that basn ud cruel rgton'ha.b irJish .natieo .bhtbgivne, To M a.n . aind friendly future for the u=_P~ 6 : iu Act inust be undone. i IW st of, tbh 'English Statute •boriiP .uillera its bitter memories ihelr hearts, but not till then. The ,i- h' -will 'islnmembered, the insult will " ptjjbLa reparation is made. .And and ionelt will keep alive the ` th e6ther; the chain of injuries, s far baek lrio the pset, will be Lm ht .by these links into connection with the soul of lr ing nnige, and down along its Sw dm twtwema the mlsetvioalinfonsam o enpadored, and the resentment "l o'i lgenerations...

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. — 12 June 1870

K-' s ueeseaiy of estab aed tf ere0tng a new e f orth eistrict: said eaew the him fethe of the new ureh. .Drools on Nsw O Mauu.-Conirma tlons werogiven as follots by the Bt. Rev. Bisap Coadjutor: a'Snnda last, at 8 eNter's Church, Thlir Distrijct 66 persons were eonsiried;. on Monday at St, Alphon sum c , Fou_ rth DistriMt, 89 persons were nIj eiamong them many Pro teatat -,wPo; on Thursday, at the - Churd St. John the Baptist, First Dis trioq, IlSers'.as were confirmed. Confr mairtiwill be given to-day at the Ursuline Chapel Medsy at St. Mary's Orphan Asy lm Y ·sscay at the Church of t8. Rose; w edC 8at the Chapel of the Sisters of St. Jozzp; eao Thursday in St. Joseph's, at 10 do'elek, -and at o'oliok in the evening at St Piek'p -Oa ºsttois.-Oa Wednesday last the Bt. Rev. Coadjutor gave the tonisure to Messrs. John Flanagan, William Heaphy and John Osan, belonging to the diocese of New_ Orleans; also, to Mr. Patrick Henry Oaraghty, belonging to the diocese of Little Rock. 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. — 12 June 1870

J S-our riders. fomam good pa - * Ar· ' o3ltfom t te h.esv ] wich hasbee n a nclosed a polite and, to our popala. t o those o ur .readers I e tiowards to seetss . ..... ...* 6 Ip :!ls~u eoI Meitiet..ooms ihe Ziavlle I"r to it s pite ad, tr yo .pop  l k s oei s edi s ss aystte, wsi u ... at thoui oflrse bordeorsoes I h ouil selve ,w ta the uo draw nb . .~uinr#die e i t ti so apmind, om witt the ulesult woll be Ve S-aeptlMsomas, anmd vrochers o0o foritse his given whi ah o one can ~ n be idlappibtu i hDo lewe Tad Dzuo.dr Daswaxo.-The board cor convent e Sixth street lat evening, to th make amrangements for thedrawing, which dee was to. hav taken place to-da. They left omade a toroiiezamLnation of the condi tion of the enterprbe-the tickets uoid and A make the following statement: I o tls wa NI --sAt a meeting of the manager. of the Dominican enterprise, held at St. Louis Bertrand 's Convent last night, it was unania- T mousi rsolvedy that the drawing should be pre ARn 21st of Sep...

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. — 12 June 1870

1V 'il1e his be aine pk ui " buh srpar ',,th. box pne 'se1h p .... . the Miagis -n tdniia se `bodty o the k F ee d th- tvera es atbat lan iow nd a8e isted to a bash ad tie an Jides by+ unwonted sounds, bat all ofe b ideineeof wakefulfner, Sits masters rest by louad vo eas'demontratIos. Notwitljsanrding the ts and theumps mowered spon its de ved ares its e lord , is perse withinflnite relish, a quantity of m the bush. Strck with a o o ii merhit the fruit, be roast ald iasnd f that his eyes were opened,. • desp wa'hiidered, and that in fact he Sm e a i luabie dlseovery; and in fad s a #.x.ed the donkey's quarters, andl - opriate~ the fgrant coffee to his own Sly ocbe consonted the eccentr Jobathn ll es y tersng a nerst by d iorder, ~psrtenla's of which appeared to him so l'dm ons, that he interrupted the tedious I 1i[Ilaby holdlng out his hand for the fee. 45.-pounoeamto and ashilling were placd e returned the shilling to the lady, wiexclamation, "' Thele, m qua'am! go a skippin...

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. — 12 June 1870

To . _ s o .anou've has had meS soil o atoots r tithe. w1 gnou o.he d oat.l I t0 g btS tl itmgue makes the e~ SI muIt i dowrn to the owo:--e ear S t of brainw how to, . l di go. wo ife, tarue a "he " eolary, the bas to ing S etis ep "lisik seou.nt" .:.: I s od idea tpog eelipme makeor the . 1- ::This must dbe painful to the govorn the world-the car balbo-box, the Jury-box, ia ie aniau ' saido be like ' it ... .a , de e dows Paul p i how to for a man-to boil Syt dBecause he cantoo. in town who keeps a-list A ellw akdelaed that be cou soldto be * i;k' ep ab11k account..: 'r - ,tr. correis obsiet thinks it a irdea tolaave eclipses more cusestowork or it." e A hbsp young lady says there isnothing more touchint inthis life than to see a poor but virtuous young man struggling with a Smoustache..An old at i ns dat portion obderios. A itt Cosnea saboyid asking oorep comr -- L r de ?oPtlc Paul pinthls 'pestle "a i who Good Fri dare?" inquired a 4,toit aa of his neighbor, homle anglind. ...

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. — 12 June 1870

wil ea.A she 0o of the e ve In·· In rsMek e -a number of Os on ianthne Got ple a fll ohs a, and yo b Me, be htie Fter,.1e our s spoke thes usa hi is unable tebr siiJieftime o iou - .ntoar ft a e d el a Ione to ean aalttl ee MYiMe and a Sat !hip .o shlesee be ot b bief time of o Skveq , a not e ovir Lord.ng, h lietOim., .[ eighty yoars seems but a wi"e the " leare t e in which w. Again 'a little while and S Butn these word e aaos net be dirbed that we SInoe w His disiples did. . Mtherefore, what you can to tlte y of ith Jesus Chnterist in ýeijgion be loving, humble o~ o ave the m h fortune to Inbp s w obd for we have man .e l nt " lm ens, defend ye sasbheat that is Il the world, ald lrie SwnermT obli ti oeen happinseems "Thnen  Te seved n Charme Moore and her ---sp is private auilece yesterday and psseuoted Yrs. Moore with .a beautiful muat, in token of hia patmmnal interest in a *IQI . Which has done so much for religion. tLi"e aeeounta from Italy are moet alarming, aed - universal...

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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