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"WRHMMMHamNHnmnmv snw'iwwwwjrj 't"ti mmmiihi ii 'iwiiuinipjwr iVj.fTSVyrr -y r rt-" - ' - """ - -n; ij " The, Indian Advocate. 51 spired' by the plea of an Indian-mother who wanted her i two i sons to "work likcwhite men," and has succeeded in anter esting a large number of people, including the Apostolic Delegate, Monsignor Falconio, who has'expressed himsetffwith much -emphasis on the folly of the present system. Miss Hughes is a great favorite among her Indian proteges, -who call her "Kateri Kaidnerenstha'' (she who makes things go pleasantly). Ir you would be happy, tryttq be, cheerful, even y ,misfortunes assail you. You will soon find that there is when you. lou will soon Una that there lsan- ,, other spect to nearly all circumstances in even the ordinary trials of life. When the hour of misfortune comes whether it.appears in the 'form of disease or pecuniary loss face it manfully and. make the best of it. Do not nurse your roubles to keep them warm; and avoid that useless and senseless habit of constantly referring to them jn your conversation. Mankind often complain thatHheyVrennSpiiyythatithey tread in the thorny path, and drink of a bitter stream. But whence do their sufferings and sorrows flow? Do they not, in a great measure, proceed from their own selfish and malig nant passions? Remove the cause, and the, effect will disap pear. Banish malice, envy, hatred; let genuine good-will to wards each other prevail, and a great portion of human mis ery will fade away like darkness before the rising sun. It will dissipate the gloom which often clouds t,hef countenance, and remove the grief which often preys upon the heart. a Government persistently denies the Catholic Indian the use of his'own money to educate his children in the Catholic school. Yet the 'right of parents to educate their children according to the dictates of thejr. conscience issan inalienable right, and neither individual' op state cans depriv&ithem of it.