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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 21 August 1870

._r ,, -, l ".Cathoue ,hb e. . " ar.manw.I.vr E o'" -WoroiagSiarundCat u ir. i *s r .aStr . iauthority of thm Dm.eI .e * 88ao " wthe Permaprnoal of theat a. d tted want sn wook m h T . Jr.. _atoi---Ch- u l r'e ch. o renad e= erents to beantd ~w • --ea- ..f.pr. - ""'- - .odoa r D h. do• . I Avtnm meamm n e oa, lentp l so WOaeor N at e r re et0 of or ..mmml. 02,80..0.a, to~o,m Grav "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET.OF THEN THAT BRING .GLAD TIDINGS OF-GOOD THINGSI" VOLUME , RAA +.._NEW'0RLEANS, TUNDAY ,MOR -,- UGUST 21, 1870, - 1 D$a'i-Snd- Cathoas ic Messener r., rr ke NU - eie..-Sa... .+..... ijt tiI noe _ _.. S Mon hng Stir- and Catholic Messenger. NmW ORLEANS SUNDAY, AUGUST 1. 1870. S DO GOOD WHEN YOU CAN. Mar-fail in doing deeds of love. Whe blt 1 lt pow f showing kindness; Nroarfe love's aoode may useleus rove. From scanty means or thank]es blindlness. The fount fis whence such deeds arise, Beneath the throne of heaven is l eing; And, lik. their punes source in the skies, The Iloo...

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. — 21 August 1870

og raling tar ad aCath sMesun r. Sma oasspz , iowm rY, -repewr tn. srto s u .miman = a e amama = r O azar. ma 41o0 The following isa, translation of the Dog- be msatic De onn Infallibility, as agreed upon one by the (Eonmensic4CouneiL It has been trans- sal lated for the SiWeN o World by a colamitte of i theologismU-it Las been revised and corrected by a bishop andis an autboriedrausl DOOIG TIC DECREU ON THEU OHVaOH OF CHRIST, PASSED JULY 1, 1870. - P $sy e , & t dthe ,srert ofq God, with o ý W b b w for a per- t T etrnal shepherd and bishlop of or to semls, in order to render perpetual the saving is work of his redemption, resolved to build the is Sli6 church, in whfob, as in the house of the I g God,-dall the faithifl should be united by be the bndIof thesame faith-and charity. For ad -which reason, before he. was gloried he prayed the Father, not for the Apostles lone, but also th or those who, through thei word, -would be- oh iheve in him that they all might be one, as the...

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. — 21 August 1870

Mornli"ir* 0 and Catho~llMlessenger. ·saw sa m -aionat. Amou er at. e_ Ro ss a July -! PabBIession. o.-The Publo4ession: ltlt .Vatlsan Couneil and . m d of tte dogma of the Piil d on Monday the.tl,le' morlag was dull Sad cloudy, 4bulong bqfs: etbhgates haduopen ed bi. aitbh l were waitina in the perL tyle and on the steps of St, Peter's in oder to'seaure !plae ain ono , itf possible, of : el deemsafthe Aul.a the uncertain ty wlih Pq prevailed up op a late hour / on S yes ºto tie arrapgePents having ntiiti u "ately rdereti t too late to take dowciw .*hkole frft otf the oanstrtiction, atas doie at the three tat publi ses .sion . ,The pooe n oasdls see with, andl' i'thCa l ishops ad Generals of Ordis entered in goups and took their places on arriving in the Aula to await the oU go(the Pope. All were vested, in reas the color of the Holy Ghost, and wore 'hite mitres. The procurators of -diwls ed and excused bishops and the theqlogians-Mtaohed to the Pontifical coln mpssipn and ...

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. — 21 August 1870

Sr. Thra, , ' u'.Sc-ooez.-It S wil b seen fo a notiee elsewhere that the estaMInmeSt to be gived for the bene . t of them sehl has been postponed for a few days. It w to have taken place on the 27th nsaL, but asben deferred to Sa turday, the 34 of September next. Per ons who have already purehaed tickets wi pVlqNe aote the fact. The entertain. en will be both msal ansewhedrame that thead ill be given in the school buildin, which can furnish an immense hall between alnety and one hundred feet long. As Is well known, the shoo l is obee n thed fome Paul, on Gea t e, to hwave taken place Monte tardIy, the 3 CLLG eptembe arex. under obligaons twho haev. Father Montaed tfor ickets w iltl cloe tote tpbl e efxere laintgthe present selion of that institation next anWedne willay, the 24th nst. We heartilg, eongraul n, the reverend facuty of the College tb It bsa so speedily risen to full premier om the . Ch h of . Vin of , on G Comenmounatd,.J About and Clonths ago, our Most Re.stree Spal...

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. — 21 August 1870

Mornirng Staa int toali Messengr X" O3LNr. ANU.IAy AUGUSTU, Ma,5. " Edlabu ,gh, 1b "modern Athensj," halfte popalauoa and. not a tenth of'the maauatl.re of Glasagw, the per cont. is 6 ri iderdbly greater than In Glper at. .2. A child is made legitimate bere by the marriage of its parents. In England, as with um once llegitimate always illegiti maiae. 8 that many of those who are n cludeim the above perentage will -, out " ` t go aif I- ma use the expression, Shea to matrimonyi nslement.- court them is a -god deee of mixation. As I y hnave inimate, from time immemorial a premise, or euhagree meit or " on set," to speak legally, on the part of the lad orlassis to all intents and purppses Smarragrr ein theeyes ofthe law." That is the way the eye of the law looks at the matter to this day. No forms or witnees or documents are necessary althog h our a ut changel th preiseas, and eow b I am told some ceremony, civil or relgions, s generally osered by the high contract- . lag parties. S...

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. — 21 August 1870

imnmg s t mr-and itholic Messenger. Umr---i-zWrr~ OL Uia& AUGVsT Si, Ian. .h sl ta sat hampes OQstltta There is no leagst even a hope that,ex- e Dept by a miraele, the beautiful and an te Carlotta will ever be restored to , Her condition cannot be said to 3w worse; but nevertheless, it is such that recovery is considered impossible. Ono of the saddest chapters in her sad his desant. It shows how she is imbued with esllgious feeling, even when the mind that ease was so gifted and clear, is darkened "o all worldly objects. The correspondent 1 At Brussels the pres4wre communion of the Princess Louise has been the great event. The young princess had attned her twelfth year, and is the living likeness of her aunt. T-e empres Is in a dying state, but no omissioa was made in her case to the usage indispensible in all Catho lie countries of eeking a benediction from every one of .the. hmly upon the juvenil members who are about to enter the o S em Viuv bh receiving the H Sa cramenmat r...

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. — 21 August 1870

T. AUGUST st. veo. WD AID WJIDO,. Is that which by losing an eye has t )a noes left? Auoa. One kd of high living that does not dotbe :egout-Living in a garret. Because horses are used to reins, it does tdillow that the are unaffected by wet 8Sandal, like a kite, to fi well depends ly on the -length of the tale it has to Why are military officers the modt un uea 1 Because they.are always some mnss or-other. An 'old Greenland seaman said he could y believe that crocodiles shed tears, he had often seen whales blubber. deaf man has been appointed judge of ppi court. He will probablylook for the lnteVests of the deaf-endants. beage etof' lady is now expressed ac g to the present btyle of skirte, by g, eighteen springs have passed over following is a copy of a letter re ed by. a vilage schoolmaster: "Sur, as are a man ofnoledge, I intend to enter son in y :ir skull." Salem Stedard speaks of a lady "died a few.ays since from injuries , ved.by falling from a cherry tree in 1 .orty-nnth y...

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. — 21 August 1870

Morilg Star tid ath llessenger. raw oi iua vowr a,.8. 1 [As with o0a O*m pa'.i, the Irish journals are alled wit mattees rulating to the French Pnuimia war, and bafea fnish very little of Tlit' L`g Maa.ozao.-The Earl .f GkSss must-h be gratified with the report of' the L Chamellor In the case of t he Lsitrt 1 ' As LordLieutenant of the county *e ppolnted three Cathilies to the oommsis alm of the peace. They were not of the ari% toerate order, and the appointments ve uat-. bnie to a score of local dignitaries, who 1 velded their indignatibn in assailing the Lord Ldetenant of the county, and denouncing the three mag:strates k" totally unqualie" to hbold the commission." Viscount Criehton I opened the indictment in the House of Com- 4 mone, and the Lord Chmellor, in conformity I with. precedent, ordered la iqtrtrya into 'the 4 charges. The Inquiry was conducted by an I eminent Queen's Connsel,'whoe fitness was acknowledged by all parties. The inquiry 1 was confined to the ease of M...

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. — 28 August 1870

S*" " . - - . ... . +  •...". 1-71 Rflhn9StarandCaftheIo essenger ThDlretor the n a ' - - w 1' . . o rloer ls u skar e to bee apedsaed to the r.- X. J . _dollar e nt a l thouGa nd ehareisu tw M! 0pee T ent. C 0. ents l ,. , ý.. ' aomu b _ moa t or ever wM be J 1 - Seýqa the saceo e h r ne,. solia o rear:m e t1elain M a s toqubaeore. Eac sfu seoq un tn 01`e0 ]%.Q". ' " O B I. oR TH F E F . doTBars eaTI. Avtr M' Ma Meae &.. Ah. a, M S ta r andt h p teoa soe realed freri We t a pi we ef ithe af l eTri. outola monlth or oe will be of our Diocese.am or . _ .. . m.ao. ura er street"LOGSSe. -p ,O Ud a VOLUE1_ . EW ORLEANS, SUiTDAY MORNIN AUGUST , 187. N Morning S tar and Catholic Messeng er.I _""l bohn . expet, barrin' tat Ths is oal Summery, we'll ,ot in at the Ie L . - +m.ma mmT~ .. . ... . . l-lu "[ I",I. f1oh. t s.+ ,.M .. I.'.+.,. . .. 1 Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. OW ORLBARS, SUNDAY. AUGUST 28, 1870. JUDGE NOT. BY AD3LAIDS A. PsOCTOR. J ude not; the workings...

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. — 28 August 1870

Morning Star and Catholic. Msesengsr.sac Maw oEZpiN5D7!AT. AUGUST se. sv0 quiet gamet osert o the Sered Heart. gv1 The Chicago tHrbue of the 16th int., white after describing the reception of a novice at obser the Convent of the Sacred Heart in that spit city on the Feast of the Assumption, gives Chum a detailed history of the Order, which iaten would- occupy fourof our columns. We with make the following extract from it: of l 8o maoh-bis said in these days of ours an about the rights, the powers, and the ca- we-i apmitie of woman in thb world, that we cult rave'tr en paitns to present.herewitlt some thee ofher i ghts capacities, and powers lut of th the world. in.the religious order ofrhich ist this young lady of wealth, talent, and dis- dina tinction has just become an humble and cani undistinguished member, dan be found a time proof of the power of woman's-amind, for of th which secular history cannot furnish a awe parallel. uabi The order of the Sacred Heart was for founded 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. — 28 August 1870

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. 53Wt msstuau, SUNDA$T AUOU5T so, 1870. A Prebjed Bribe A measure called " Thq Glbe Loan (Ireland) Bil," lroonht into the Ioase bf_ Commons about a fort. nighnt since, and smuggled through its several stages in the "stall hours ' of the sittings with such skilful tealth as to cause no discussion within the House, and create no interest outside it, was read a third time aqd pased on to the Upper House at three o'clock last Wednesday mornding. -The fact is that this ".Glebe Loan (Ireland) Bill " must be taken and considered by the Irish peopl-a the last, and beyond a * doubt the most inqidious, of the long series of attempte unsuccessfully made by the .,Government of England to. alienate the priests of Ireland from the Irish cause by open or covert bribery. It will fall, as the rest have failed. But let us see what it proposes : Any ecclesiastical person-that Sto say, in the language of the Bill itself n" yo hr bbishop, bishop, elerqmran, jpieol car...

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. — 28 August 1870

.Eoml tar eand CathoNlic amebnger. R aeW Ol AN t sUmov DAT. lST f, stre.S D on or LNw Oi .-The Most Rev oerend bihop PeEe ha eormed one thousa ten person in ountry bese. and eoael, as follows p.r- is Convent of the "8red Heart, Grad Caothoau, Hesswgsl" is removsd to 1t4 6uald"t street. Drocasm or New OaLu1N5.-The Most Rev erend Archbishop Perche has confirmed one thousand and ten persons in country ahurches and chapels, as follows : Soplay, July 24, 30 pupils belonging to the G Convent of the Baerer" Heart, Grand Coteau, t in the chapel of the establishment. Sunday, I 31st, 320 in the Church-of St. Landry, Opeloun-. asa. Monday, August 1, 62 persons in the Church at Washington. Tuesday, 2d, 75 in t the Church of Ville Plat. _Wadaesday, 3d, 1 101 in the Chataignter, and 48 in the Chapel of - Bois Mallet. Sunday, 7th, 182 persons in the d(hurch of St. Charlesa Grand Coteau.. Sunday, 14th, 97 in thaChapel-oLPlaquemine Brule. Monday, 15th, 135 personsin the Chapel of the Junction.; Th...

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. — 28 August 1870

The bellows 6f an organ in Chicago is to be worked by water power. The Charleston phosphate trade pow hs an invested capital of over $4,000,000. Business is suspended in Madrid after nine o'clock, owing to the intense heat. Archbishop Kenrick left Rome without obtaping permission of the proper author alitimore is said to have a large and respectable colored Democratic organisa tlon. The sensus shows that the ship-building towns olMaine have greatly decreased in population. There are but two papers in London hh show sympathy or even fairness to yards France. William Cullen Bryant is preparing a olume of his recollections, to be published r his 'death. Lemops are selling in Boston at $14 per x. They ask fifteen cents apiece for a or aticle in this city. Five dollar cravats, emblazoned with rtraits of King William and Bismarck the latest Boston notion. A fati mortality has recently visited hic.n In one . week it lost 170,000 in blta-t-by the census. e British Government has declined to...

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. — 28 August 1870

spenag 't'.low wFttte% essenget, waw eraah s, 1UNsi:t; 1a.Utsfl5. Asea. AIas Th -AdSo belonged to'a con wailn - aP e Twenty-four poor beg gas' wref'll'erved w tli a dinner pass . .otte)lamiby means of a tour, or re vbl l : Ther was a beil-rope hanIg ag i . the opening. -Each beggar in ... the bell and received aidimnr. 4fbszmite the cook noticed that twenty v dihnners were passed out. A watch was set, and it was discovered that alter the beggars had each received his portion saed turned away, this dog would gp up and ring the bell and get a dinner forhimselt. T. he authorities of the convent gmerning the case, decreed that the dog should continue to have his dinner for riging forit.- Anoth er case, related by a gentleman who saw it. A party of huntsmen had to cross a river, whieh they did by swimming their hqrses-the pack of does all followed, ex cept a terrier, who: dreaded the plange. afterlooking on for lfg e'with many dis tresauhl barks, hsddialy turned and ran siftly up the be...

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. — 28 August 1870

A man is Poitlabd wd ated to gain ad i~ n to a panorama at half-price, on ground that he had hat one eye. A wife asked her husband if druggists p~t dye-tuaffs for sale,,He replied, " ost is keep little else biut die stuffs." i gentleman so often spoken of in ovels who riveted people by his gase, has btalned employment in a boiler manufao gentleman who is ashamed of his in bald head, explains the absence of FWal by saying that he was born poor, and was 'eompelled to scratch his way through life. - The rev. Mf.- Whitefield was once'ac eaused by one of his hearers of wandering n his discourse; to which he replied, "If you will ramble like a lost sheep,,I must ramble after you." "Jenny,". said a landlady to her help, the other morning, "Jenny, was there any fire ii the kitchen last night, while you were sitting upt" "Only just a spark, ma'mn," was the reply. A married woman, about to sign a legal was asked, as usual, whether her Muband had compelled her to sign it. "He pl met" sai the ...

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. — 28 August 1870

DW or.taUaNs rSNDaI, *AVtU . 1$4.. At last we hare base news of the hor iblee assee of .oreigners ia China- and horrible ".ist beyond onaeeption it it. By ah trival at San Fran o trom Boleg .Keg, the following s rdiJc the deanqpis trausaetlun are 2la It appears the infuriate populace wir ain. dted by the priests, who accused the s milovsrri of -kidnapping children. 'All -kinds of atrocious accusations were made against them, the better to arouse the helish passions of the savage popu lace* The French Consul and tb ecre tarywf Legation, W0. Thomassin were mar dered while endeavoring to arouse the au Ahdrities to a proper exzretse of authority i bqrotect the helpless foreigners. The ao eoont proeeds: Madame Toemassin met them bravely ,lt the doorowy of the Consulate with pis Siol" hidqT Oue, two, and some say three, (Ihinasea,fll before her pistol shots, when n.umbers overpowered her, and she was killed by the blow of a sharp instrument on the beck of h heeid. The Consulate buildin...

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. — 4 September 1870

oldqgStaandCthollo Messenger Tes. aendtkg ea ess, bssess Pomet . "nd . v r e T. * .. eMo m*u eV . T. 1 sidnt.a. he g hh D. X; iMOSaO VE Mt joa IdC ara tothMesser. dolar.,inftethouesadg . , our Detters perannu, . . _:+ ea h ins merted at the rate of 1S . ....0 . -per th.epao of ight Knee, so1 o4 o. eu.aag a pEqa. Nah oubsequent We"he afee -- am .",,  cuter"a, t be ," Se f a bout bt . w oa o : es,  advrert eemee. te, to be s - • " . ... -.............. .....e..... - " 7 Ie.tm ubrenamia eos--eo.1 scarameletetreet. a "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" - .og., .. VOLUME Il.* . NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNtNG SEPTEMBER 4, 1870. _ Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. I companions falling) reoeived.a wound in the I berth; but the bank was too high and the I "No Sir John, h. 4. 41.e.... -.4 I -.. oring Star and- CatholicMessener. - NW ORLEANS. SUNDYAY. SEPTEMB* 4. 1870 OVER .THE WAY. Gone in her childlsh prity, Out from, the gleden day ; Fading way_...

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. — 4 September 1870

ra o.arm;,, aik t d m . . The Most rev. Archbishop Purcell e liveed a leeture the lIst alt., in Cin- what elinast, for the bA eft of the Society of St. Pope . Vincent % Pant, on the Councnl of the laim Vatisan. The peouliar relations of hit e Grate to that Council, and the frdou with wiIihihls name has been used IRti~ regardi reder his views after the event l i no small moment to many. We must 5sa, Bait that the report of the lecture seems to he cour very inaccurate-for in no other way ea n we reconcile statements bordering on blua- bigh Hters, and an' inoherenoy of style not per characteristic- of the Most Bev. Prelte. But even with these allowholi, the reader will find something to startle and surprise. to t After some preliminary remarks, he said: who You know tbre .never was before a blab a single bishop from America in any such Council. Thee was fill .ad fair represen- pr tation of all Christeodo*. In the first subj schema we were called upon to diseuss the vent origi~ of gover...

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. — 4 September 1870

laTM WN.4' ater speon a uons on the inidet and result of the Ffanco Prussian war 'tcapye Irib newspapers of latest dst, almeos to the exclusion of. every thing else. Hence thi meagesnees of this de areut.me  "Popu Debatratios.-A popular do monstrakSon on a very large scale took place or Monday, August 15th, which was ,i b. nm .ofathes.e who took part in itmbe in icalbetiqa of a French vie tor w tt aPrussias, of sumlient mag ] tinttit aerse th-effiot of the recent suc esses of the latter. At about eight o'olgta tUi various trade bands of the city ,converged towards Upper Dominick street, each attended by a large crowd and one by:ia number of men and boys bearing lightad. torches, the effect of which was ey mu-ch dimindahed by the fact that darkaeas "ad not completely set in. The b as the approached Dominick street, pl the ' Marseillaisee," which was re eivped with greatenthusiasm by the crowds assembled. The windows of all the houses in Up r Dominick street were illuminated and...

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. — 4 September 1870

, -- -.i Dawilses's Eiw. " xsani B -It will 1e seen by an an- n aemosmeat tin mer- Olama that this in·tetattas is amew open te active baunsses a heak aLepsttndis. i e"ms, buyag ant seling frmigat ad doseetle e* ehange, etc. The baeding which it oeopse, No. e t camp street. has been e sdeled to saapt it to its t smtsgarcose, and boIth exterally and hitsaally t pee . semnse a appearance wich is at oaee haste ma slagSe as., Thomas O'Nem, m sq., whoes drsets tie mssaem on ed flttin up, has dem hbseaf gaiet aeater o skllntercsed and athe taste asplea. a cesoseeea i with the ereotion of the Opera Be es, aonalo Thea *e, and other pabst. bildhal thie d ty, attests the high esttnatien in whis hebl hei U eseitisens. The mr St. Joseph's Ca%tl  mhe sitree now in pro. msea of coetrueotl, am whrsis tro cost nearly half a 'milliesdollrs, Is under mealgement, and will be an enduring monuma et iof ismestas sn artist and his skill as a meshaise. The ofewne.the oibesala Bank a gentlemen of wea...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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