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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 June 1870

` (ý ' -" 1·~2 r $ 'Iý i l l ' " • " " . . " i . . 1 flue. bud Nm, ~ "HOW BEAUTIFUL` Aj TEE FEET OF THE 41T >sRJNG rGLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD TEUiGl .. Kinm NEW LA UDA UE 19, 1870. "- -. .. , m " 1w a,* It...V. 61*1 . 1w Mwhwa na I &iti s ta mw i p ta n t ".III L ! 3 n !I b . lm... .. " n ,t,., inI,, n and 'Catholic Messenger., :a.l ºu-*D Tr. JUmn . a, hri,. I *.. _.alll#- ifwrHITE." ad th " r r'mrd _ mY, . , me nas.2 wad sohr item Thee th A:ihO. come now to me." -I hi l, * i. r m ame s wa a oe •. Comnaea.) ~' j a ghe graIp eetetseo the 0a wfal p my _ _tionr'sm aye . h or hadaeth n heaedan hoate at s a mle e walkt wlhro Thee ho sh r est ' th . now om away - _o '-i-' r" b sh- mr bo y , d.tm j o; Wi fir ghvah'e5Akt=h ath whouta year Aid i.walk t white AeI wal osgi dea withieren.hetie ' *str a. olear guiClt ad we . .. rI wh (Cete eaa d, h mls~ reng the preaintwa of td heaet bb + ih al,_t p  rmseehe.mec Tgt, a Datoltse wa was nperceved wtle ahe et heeghwa as warohs sold and the '...

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. — 19 June 1870

the !i hi9 a3 1 fo w . ,l iof S nri I. - l i o tt hat. sueh. ntales te. ir o bf th tb"edo ioo. baae le s o of the Pro "r bbe #to oz f.imig onYF. -" l . " .  the". now tt sce~Li ta et tphe " of the ne ins of ^ ooils i r -w t the' ooisi er' ',t.ie b . creIa4,aed. itaw doubthesre-l --li vsi .. *sensitiIv , to*ude, Ite Milo "_andg omitted, while aotaer. r mo *~&a.otaets onp of eary llttle import- T g, hwev. bas nevr beed, plleted t t. yS tebTle ry oe tlat Chorob, thibre the do ald secure ay facilities for this purpose; P and the "e xpur » of all Biblne do , trie foIm theoo wld not meet the " wi of the 'gre body of that deomina tue r o the the uan s fl itis fo h seur-t olse St,;ine from t wol the e a as: We WIN , becof auei em witat- Mghetsd wase riht, Na db2 astbuaiwe a oplsopor tainino ofi So1 I!asap beuneb' cI Sseaose owhe. isais-r exnciuded, isa S sany ra ry eon ectionm -wilt.g loa, true or Aflsa and that the o lama o faituh ean be -given to all the t " tIos thoschool ro...

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. — 19 June 1870

a aysh po*%aulur oceer-L an _rtil. be ha hit the -ii " itbeno ehicted x s piiid.ne. ' he -ndh treated oealn i thens bsedto p_ almostn w ie notie'p ot toh thatl otuie meets e be la li gidopted h we , tank Heaive so oi Y y ruisrlibe. Alread the itemper.-e in te e l B sariae Hohwl tep ex the s onl h of . the mes and the vir ""a o ofJh eJade Irlh Ieabers S wo bis the House of Co u n yde. diOosteof thero Premier aot yet t ority. The host oftion, ameindmeets eadin in the notee-pper hibe-h S.. ta- atle bilotwts rtndng theo dnmle latde on meonhy night. It wigo re-os d read athrd timhe on Thursdayh membe arsnd 'nheo udjaOfd eProat the Hose of C ommons will S_~oablytt the rn ovr Whteeid, and t he Prmi to su be ran ill, n rted to the Lord by an overwhelming td maority. The homt of ena Poentrstan Pngon the' INteQ-ppe-In r e toi raid osent formal appor division, the Home patealvir unaolterted hill an crdried throusgh iipehsday n ierredxt the sef retar of othll set adjorn of the Commist...

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. — 19 June 1870

whino h e . ".._ ]sy. , * o' - r; ' s°, . . toou hUtirt D , S - as- s . ot~ o . oeseay, in the ..+.dinBtj o tr n h . th n . S: Joseph, ex pert - Sn8t. Joseph's -rei h . t Oth Charty hi oi, whom dayh prese Aa were Cherh,t 90renlveed Sbu rite. The total..umba! of eon- n lmahe May 4th sum upa 2 -t Snthinkn , ans ohea.-The- artiole con is .eml this d s taordinary personage, on isted f another sgea will well requite pra°. Though written in its s tale, which bespeaks an on- tire P mtg, there ls a simple beauty, .n a dellesoy of etalne, a minate shading, ti Spolhe nsh about it in which th no educated leader will at once recognise the sal S.Sagrl s of a oh master-hand. While the hb 'YMoih breathes the spirit of the puresa be pystiismib, Italso opens for our exploration tic a e of the rie est practloal phlos;ophy,  a wshall be- glad to hear from its gifted Ho author aB -;t for with all our heart co0 we agree iwith him,. that loquacity and J an harry, 6 bane of the present age, while Y...

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. — 19 June 1870

.. O. . * the by the SThe reading of the "- ..a .of deogi f le prit the dieent a by the presidenti In i-slo e"the conmmittee ap te 'the aeount books, e ný ¶r4tf also, the committee r ,; ýF s ý adwialio w 'of new' memabers, e ',.t! >. i4sane·or the elshten r' n tlsas thrty ieas, tho which the a ,mo, ei lreumstio order was the nIreslted in president; Mr. s tearel, of Louisville, second vice ] l. ;A Sebweotmiger, of Cin seretry; Mr.. Oharles Milwaukee, corresponding -- Mr. ose'h Koelble, of New The president then in- m to peet at 7 b'clook A. I Ito preeed to St. ro s Igbt street, where ser benor ALzuzan.-The new Bishop Bath sad Wells, n his first charge, is alarmed. His lordship said that hadleet more perverts from the Ofch England to the Romiah Church g the last thirty years than during the l three hundred years, and that most alarming ciroumstance was the ges in doctrine and ritual which had a over the body of the Church of Eng- i d itself. Paesmrr To His HoLINxss.-We see by . ...

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. — 19 June 1870

oft Alrih Is brad hil ote eesen Sp.~i 8nel is hiainaoft ia at tltjandiytdu ," rand prima aw' ý n to al it .." s*r lt. which is healthy t Imh an of specie i- in e the story man I e the species. 8nlte posed, aond if It hai aei quantities it may st + sinas'notaoa nsopere tion -.ihe mlig ofr4e m dained b thi b l rPioIp tlp of foreig tf. the ammonia a es en in Iujeting the fdeorinatn ofe introduation of air Into the a r .and the prldpitation of the injeo. anflnly, phlebls, or Infammatios .L h enlembroands of thice pan hctured I ti long list of Ia machines t .. e hLd etob y Mr. Pokorpy, of brew uon the anmmonitoringt m s mahneit isaiillr aiih by ceatinued use six or asen hun weight of i e per hor i which on a abou$ onestenth tin whe iht in b opara cigted by a eng of 2 o-s, npower. o el e workmen ater sent to carry on th entire Proces r iona~ g l ding oi the engine. It ase bee e the actual expense .I mer any- the ataeral, independent Sthe cot the me, i less than ten prre, ndrweight of ...

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. — 19 June 1870

t. ot a ' its e Mahea.r. , Sa5phoes-Of lnsr oy, , ~ nrste~nd e Joke a brd rag et a q 145ihtOs topb"i a tas map tt n brth f o 4bdnh . hgis a . roaute o j yp pi ais b, anmm, beot f u i ttrhiele shoe oldA Ten.to teheSo a rh n. "6 _ao afre adime thea af isa - -, * kStnow fo Wa dof supo "aYowoulet iteo cnri geta h Sone, d to the autent ofrh dm ow mt bslaad g olsai 'teeo{"X aa, you " obewery ie Ts her f thtr ydr M ore mshu" oudbe wend a .iu°E01 then a the bym- al u "Wh, (hade, I .am surp ised o see toi, i ane dreta bortg of a. eIn to m am e wma us the "dn -fid the for the ob.'to ohanelier- ! yon t it, ytalght o herea e bosanged rsida y v etLpr were, he replied tAecwf and hen achilne boymn Tteneqofblun1', ' ine drop rmrold CeI, msurprised to sm eb enw , -. c op1.. ..' l.a.. and retorted, c OnrtaipoL bing char hitermin tree tr, was much b 5 ,ed..byqlite as- ie m Toa ow use hisl eidae bad rho res o int Iqasked fort thelie hre eplied, "A i-a -hil Paka -g to  f ablundering in he gnasu n~i~...

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. — 19 June 1870

Slabored In pg. .t aso u bi= increasd. T .nob toiri "° .-e sablentered Soe apparently a, hnd th ýs toerte .so r or withoua t dtoI son, t you may be o .f a n at least ecoo bedside and see Mm le wtch the -bistl had a,,1 o h ohe aen be .1 afor without ýi biow aoette e co.ose Ssad sirsobunded by u 0ool 0ore S ps wre omf a ghastly bluhwhit o . wo "ad lfrom the Swas ates Dan de that had vel must have tailed toEree im.' H - so uotiolese mhe btidsie, teey thought that ~  t moon after, the onvulaed i of It irbtures eoinoed thee stil4 be numbered amon the soe , 'lhildren l of orpe. H tei r e uaks-r a-. w evideut-that tei suCeie ' eest ss i movingin $hei sohket -. Sa er Aapproached to arouse hie tention to t tranger, who had come bi speak with hiIe utteaed a deep groan and uidly raised his eyes towards. Eugene .e a moment ethy preserved their vacant leek, th oe and more expanded, until as t$ý pih sont inspired their glahed expression, ad. his, lips pivered with the exoitement uhisihb bd.....

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. — 26 June 1870

t... @pi t . t xr d , s" d mpJ.NtCm°1, PluC " ' a r Y "- i;v; < ý AF'ýi ^'ý r µ t~fý3... 'r"ý...n ,,, 'ýM:.l ,: r " ý 1 ý^`- cist~1 u :~ Ajpsm5j~ , M1INQ ~ r ,N a" Jiro*&fq q rsm.~a. / ______ ]H~OW BEAUTIFUL' ARB E ' `EET OF ? E5. THAVU-`U1W6 GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD T`HINIGS1I * ~~~1; 1Ar SGl44, JUNE 36,.1870.,_ _ - '~~- Catholic" Messentor .3n_ the .drsede4, 4oes of the no _ exorcaei~atiena. Wahwn &ia v--- --ý -l -..ý .a._ - St a Cathoic'l Messenger 1 10-Is mMY NaEIGBOR? "i._ whom then S' Y sill and blses Srs- h o rter a bummig borow heas $ s b ay prom wh  a.....-,rl 'dim, . . - . . , I ý Lafrom door to door Ta'lTe that wearylen, j6w.ýss~s at thelr btrm, ea id oms hi m!Ad an hoeTie the heart bereft " .a e.esný e left.. St- el t.e.ýIdt eAOnd, lomb. " bsm-o.rthe o me'e a human form - Jams £avmseh·O~l *h.. owe, "  e foa gs, ph rotneed byi m qhi. e t ie rm, MA Irish Tale of the Penal Times. e rm. ACUaDun , aQ. ih(Coa iaedt) On theday, In qus a-to give some wiarp aumen h o...

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. — 26 June 1870

extract : that ould waos dliý) th paid to Sdo to lmighty .G i evo the d ' Dal Greek; ter beala the edyme homage an tdue to (o n&d God, alone, asi w ud b aerd to no other than kt·tt i tte the fearaful in o, S:Dulla" b aih Lferior •s '`i voboor wbin we pi#d to the friend d ents of said that, following edtposktol 'reoe of "' Honor to whom boi btis dueo,"it .t ar bpt just and fittinD thatwe. should love and honor those whom God himself so greatly loved and hon. ored, and to ,doing we gave bonot to Gd, and ted our love for Him. If thia rElii was to be paid to all the!riendand- d,-i_ an imu meesaighigher was this due to her who a -anot , friend of lod, and the rat perfect of is creatures, but who w sIautf blone of the hlighet angels S"fli.gee and who was chosen be e adroo washis the eternal counsels of God S \-Wrt women who ashould live up 1t t1--1the-rarth, to be His own Virg, Motl f. t oWherever ydh found devotion h : b j,~-Jiusl -Clst, a strong' an a uncioded belief in the In...

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. — 26 June 1870

eaa -" re- J e- "' .'GIN ' " " e ons y been throe th lass week Stwoi m Iee .last letter mead s c lcu sopievry alw,ool trerp peakers havingoccupied't b_ * bchh t eea sesion. Two-of thb pe s eee e of especial interest and iee to English and Irish Catholi S of Cardinal Golen and Mgr bishop of GueoCa SeL o farthey ar6 donsideredthe speeches of the &isai ono Infallbilit". Cardinal Cillen I L ~ollt lenced Mgr. -b y abarg. "I hav inence."the argutmen a "titaw,] eitrle4 of Peter and hissue meara lleged y the. Bishop of Rotten. b, .Ibeard theml ]ai 0nee, when I, ,-'ae rIst ibut them quoted itiuns aon ago refuted and consignrl St: ,-blivioa, .,II" quote from the. versio w " o` umohsport rculates in Rome 1lirtserve, What is, however "tme 1-athisd Eminene' spee d4 tepression Of the Arh hst aa WS saadalrfble and larned d e ort f the definition. All a 'iaito'1t edaig .with thre yr de iand -earnetness,n gly a aw denition being arrived o P tn Paul. . The Counell ara ll this has been done,...

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. — 26 June 1870

lhas S he lathe . - B ihop ia -,L Itbg -; t~~l~t nev i von e JAt MleS * thetch year blende with theod .... ned*JSock in Our beloved atdM tl e l mo mn al b nog .19 Is **agaSis on earth S ab~ih1 * MetUi andrsod hear S t. tvople , at their sAro h,r. bq fg realedbbthop John M. a to r, would moulder into dounbltry a and led : dust of the longing he yearnating llag it b his sared minis. pinedfest JdtAlook in our beloreS lany. ia haope wthe last ed: Johent sh r S didiged whe hope, rowg stronger like tha " other w ld moldr li o do hardbly han ed more: the dres of thed among his ow adoptedas his owe , and the dust whicy itst thforms he had made kiom.n toHi God, try. and evope,wntfulas b ed : John Mary perfect Odin dies inhere details bor, thoughi th other Josrvwhose may see littld hardlyevl ben mote austere, he died among. The eow peoplet m tmbhers of his own familyderness o e f Wesright, a marve thr Cooby merit, the out their darig wit of martyrdom. Hi a ditrange and eventllfe. didt ...

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. — 26 June 1870

othe, ae, somade ! various iosermanc -II- .ee-b s tbentl ible tot n a~-: it analysis of w he S e t is' ei sly reecor oar mintd eam set of pi~ ko ,trtio, ga e o at ohe, tat he a. E.very said every syllable s tne distinct ir='tioalu sw lk every thing is doeli ate and i essrivt nde. The progrsemin Fdene "seemed -also to be a notable feature ofhe o_ awhon, and the exercises take all in were such as to sustain the f wed anuei eelebri oft this strerliinginstitution we is a.h r aen a blesaing to our city. Tea Paocaeszox. - Last `Banday oelebragon of :Corpus Christi, or. the Fst Dien; took plae at the* Cathedral wi morye fthAan seal solemalty. At is o'clock r. a., as pierfely arranged, the proces sion formed in thd Cathedral, and soon after lieasd forth into Tde open air. The Shole was he aded by the cross with at tendait soolytes; then followed a number ofsoeletie of the parish, omprising princi pally children and yoaths, and bearing four or lve blag, and banners. This portion o the lin...

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. — 26 June 1870

laldin Ss.rp fist Catholei this, annt Puartain m ' . course. f -townsa- thevi ASt. AuLue'e Wiass., on J Brookly , N rEva m.leur e the bhands: o oer, Pasto$rt.Psa who liated on the oceasi Saite by Rev. A. FTCirampliJr .Kv . B. Primea, also of Woro WjDxocess or ALBANY*.-On the 10th an lit. _Rev. Dr. Bacon, Bishop o an ordination at St. Joseph' Wax, ,Troy, New York, Sf AZt *s ans, 6; Sub-Des. - l; ti ders, 22; Tonsure, 2. D. ] OsxcnXomATr.-On Sand _ ithfts., a uw church and school h S the lt tWai: under the patrona o O'Toole, was dedca l Mmighty God b yR Rev C ovington. TheBishop gush, and the Sin German. fondy, Jane/ 13th, R oeran. confirmed Afty-on and five adults in St. Gabriel' nMonday evening, Jan 91h the saerament of Canfirmation w a ntered by Eit. lv. Bishop Sati~h, in the Asylum Cpel, to fifty-nin a c,.as_ u or PanuZLADnLaz-OrdEUios * O Monday morning', the 13th inst., ev. Jaes P-Wood. ,in the Cathe Chapel, conferred tie sacred Order of uab nsp on the/following students of S...

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. — 26 June 1870

 i iq this m .tyhg pt o deep in de + *i -ad, poker like ab Ie "thei have a head and s' ,. . ,. i tbs eity tasgotsodeep on t so des en ; aaofhlam ditors have been a donths. nd bief snuaintsaed that " le to hisoland, because he .omer. y take a joke eail o athe trouble of io A~ak Wedlgnity of e iethe dignity f Whyis **look a most modest piece dntse f% Becsause it covers its ace with I nds,,a d wu w its w wor Woman-There is A purple half to a t mellow half to the peach, asunny W to the world, and a better half to8 men. .reatness stands upon A preelpice,.and ty carries a man nqver so little be t posle, it overbears and dashes him crds should be seconded by action. 1 ' enough tor a housewife to say to 4 g_ with a hole in it, " You ' Am Lnot a little pale " inquired a lady, was short and corpulent, of a bachelor it on look more like a big tub," was the t reply. ow easy and pleasant it is to assign ves for the conduct of our neiglbors n we gather them unconsciously from SOwn heart.. 8hall...

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. — 26 June 1870

h. 'nhe " sa tood sea would' hbavr and wos d vtM l - which Mr. SManother the Il s mea.gle word o Simproem.vementss ey er -thee be eti of Vthe $ es penalty that rd warded by the North eSouth when the atrn p. Besides this poitive o. uimprovements everyw sum of two shillings and six S iNrLin stadmp duty which he most pay on pet ,ot quit, sad against phis wonderfa ,ý bens· t the tenant is set off an overwhe epgation held out to.the landlord to e d ýonidate. It is true that to evict with nnitthe ladload must pot do it in twe nttralghtforwakd and unseicntiflo wa hssetoforen vogue. He must bide his ties ad "disturb" according to the latest fashioq. elliest wat till .a bad year comes-till. tenant's attl.-diof the murrain, or-his ern Sb gted by the vidtation of Providenee a  '" common prudence" and "duty - d his family" will prompt him I -i---a.e to get rid of a future poasibk plamat onl hi purse. But i this process oo slJt-if the cattle do not die and the oro are net blighted-a speed...

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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