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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 25 September 1870

~- pr·~i~ i~H·r~·..:ir i*,;~& .v -AL ,·NA, ~" Y :. y'f -i· SA T ~ l ' 9w T f I G I N ,.-. O R L E, N a w . r· :i:WW .... y ' .+ "s ¢ satf.«i ýýf..Y n1ý1ýý.ýý oý ý ý 1.. ` OF ENG the 'London - despicable.a Eon was conae of Enroe, and'l fl ,pNand wthe Londont hto te ove. ofa 11fnto todti in all they assailed him wi .1 S 9ltenteof their ab lty. hias ha thousand ways, sitbi. ud sad prosperousisla rrl of Eagglnd. d star *as bighbt and high, tmsisl i lol4 wass nigh. 'e" r god a and~aaln 1" ' ofgland.v. side by side ae ut and died. " r d ide? Wh" Ad the wdsd gonld ne'er forget dorwiX s, wben hf se be set To C ' trsatstadlund _t et S wbead-angers near him ca e e e ngland. ;'re sewing dass. -Peieo hisa.name. e of the Pnalg Times. S. S - A&cdiEcoE , s. * * L(Caytiane CHAPrkR XXV. J.hn's . lyaneirsad, however, only --mencedfori" dsy. It was scarcely an r after Mr. Georion's departure, when a est rapid haste, brought him a second y.e. rimund for his remissness and want snergy in tenfr...

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. — 25 September 1870

tpet the.ble wave, B winds, and hears p of hie cona- back a far Tre ots hbad y and ever TheI otofhte tt wol ;e dea al ere f of wil oold ifs letter, oer and sending hair he d burned S toreiomin himin quited them so hard And They b ,1"r. I i t iq b yi m t h e w e hbudlz feel my all the w o n I'll be the-stmt till '11 fete a me,mny o into tbm Was tWeeveJ i a e amie have closet Sw aie hae .~aa re-reeadthes to h b the tist lest, ary and gtheli e odirePt'~ frm New' t Xo "also . aceted to meet inthe a o t,  h srt fety ad beLione on, as the ee f that h Sbder ver the dayto or1 led , ano Buit toh bum sof o am go w h onen oiP e .a the' sthf in the In tlto toheort toe and aff rays on.he earliest dn Up a nd impatient i1 with one o~bi ~e. o14oen p ebe n the mrelb t ne me prominently n., hn d e. bt eight Seii·,oi t ti t intl andto - ,ý parry toorestlesss thel and e father wan ered te and wctinning out lothes near .Mechanicaly he tools in theen she ea o, h 'sl, orelf the hed han ondn de eno la t...

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. — 25 September 1870

' .But .one re e of of s i mssaehi t.a i combind Vtf ent's Col Bo t one re g nature une e mind of the eR: inaugural dayn oak Ith Sndo. The fe nI ando twetW two by the apsingof a small am ablertoswim, was in =of To save him 'hiss eharity eost sh`ghim bewt w in ten the te schoolgm ats ntly d S soJtnum b numaent to orok rohonldld to erusy 'marble -Vt~i , and the t e~Cnted a t for neat . beauty of dSig be ex have yet seen. It stands tfrom the fmndation, The feet Fth 'and rests upon the tlltoon r: rinoe, porrigens ':r yHOMaE BLONDIN sb renti, oharitate ardens, periit S ED DWARDUS O'BRIEN; :In qn~orum pram memoriam Iwo monumen Sturnm ererut eorum amantes co-alumni * Coieglef Sti. yincentii apud Cape Girar decit-here fodoRws the names of those who 'eeted the monument. On last Mondgq we veral of the clernt went down to - Irardeau to dedicate the mry.ment, r.h Iing theCollege at noon next day. 7.4ey~so re joyfully welcomed by the aes.s and students of the pollege, A aor leasanttime they ...

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. — 25 September 1870

s' sit nfi as APAL FuIes.- fl t has been received ..o.5......... t ...... . .. .. ............. 4 *Bo~ t.--Our neighbor, loe s, is wonderfully eoercise4 pr tf the apeind' iLs prwgeaut. fa ` ot only does its heatt n its `. editorial m but n- t tie stream of popla ae th 4_l in fro all kinds of an mires heretofore-tsatpd th1 lea. .Even.sa ewsh r, 04 bad English, and caled a isbrought into requisil.. "I exaltajion at tal .he. piper in Son th sauject of 1 aon d do dodot heal- P Protestants lz their ti( pe's troubles. It even di, "t take up the old;abao- t' Inquisitions iithe same it talksgf thousands of Jews n the ralls of -the city of to lie thing our neighbor can be of .ebrew Observer will never of tI, aAigrow furious with Pro- Fr the ground of conversions. 'any ea loss to the Jewish tb *ioin L t quarter while the effort to t itbrigs into the family a tribute of mn au$dse of- dollars per annum, if 'm , aright, for every make- of Mºe yte. The Jewish convert has " bly .xpensive sou...

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. — 25 September 1870

i3 s aus pices"ii of tm, b rs-a 3 , Wli the Col .reep al.before rge of t are Sbortis an in the right sand director drvarsity as far previeusly Kentucky. rence of teacbitg and Cincinnati, yotheas for ils direction Sheir way to eue of eda men of eo Ier hves to lnged, is boarders, in elam eir .powe', 4 In g-he in their' bock, to ,wishing as any : o bate undertaken ins of success, and their expeo areieiusea veston ts fur passen .carry Ireight, was angde up f theaptain" ipt specially all his a la ge number. orning we debarked in ere asm, as ever, ally, DON. S TheBResult. ~ t raitorian, Father Faber, wrote, t tlming hand." If France ug the contest long enough; e contest between ]lher - may havea far differe ermi .tk fatle of rse at this ment might t read many to iy. field d incomplete suce + ftal an invader. France can ; her inferior organization tteves her an unused reserve. writer says that if three eny to thirty years of age Stwo at least behind to place. ot so with Prussia. If tw an...

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. — 25 September 1870

.o easep of his down. ..:: Q to say : S'uo Aimerea are covered over I ~ a set-work of secret societies, whose -are Parls, rmine, Berlin, Lon SN.York, and King William bas bdoilg their work. But let Sof his victor. Tesooe oele L sed him to overi row U oleon, Apwerful eough to o throw tey no longer need him, or use him. The R]apublie is most to make the tout of . urole, indeed whole civilised world, and not the but the atil-Christtan republiq. Kg William may ainl even 1i splendid . onf towk to s the tic a: erinaYe re 'of Prnussia 3cP r Thew it har Ri wand peoe ara ime,: the ings have hl~veq, thrown otith-l power on that could save them. re Obd's Vlcooad lost hldivh sup hs their authority. TheawJa e de eslves independent of God's law, for eaannot appeal to that law, as osiase to restrain their subjects, Eight and justice are ban a Interests, under the repub ce, may suaer fi a time, is not e, though they were better pro der the Republic of 1848 than Se ever been under.the Empire but me...

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. — 25 September 1870

G .' a on CatbhkýeM6*enger ..' F UIýUaBB IUs, 1e1. THE MC h*U home "on a Once aU It' the close (olothes) sausage house top Sharrowing table and d search for agreatfi very rich a recentl every da erciful in- the mona the Are,' .e Floweer the sana editv r cop- He wh e cent. - lazy and motlher1 ithappei fa aSEda-school one of sir,", Was the reply. grd Ia filt thatbio0wever worked be versed in gram- an M to deollanP matri- ade a gloomy and disoon- till though never outs g pever appears in but I ad wt o are not a mirror," utter ung lady. "Why so," t could 1 " Because you home, a t n after er kn w soandl ea as any lift : eo W The menth em, I Ut they sl turnsE h oteredoin and th the as- might t'onie; fe when she the di Yoa'i ground at fellnp the me w oad- so bring 1 on sa l ntally Wm a frien ha he should from t atb which other coolly outto t a ve m n tes a fire, s atone of the colleges. wait a ý k Wpnt years his senwr. bring said, a wty friend, thonsage ambition, as he appearede- himong ...

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. — 25 September 1870

"siw abss tqe tbs#e S '' ev.`. i hbbas in Heaford. -las the Bslabp of North A , ed States of America, the Gibbons, arrived at St. Sford, the-residence of the Rev. IP .P hm lordship visited;the nChurch. After kneeling ameled Sacrament for some d pgatula~ted' Father Conway on iatrument, in the hands of God,' d sneh a temple, and exclaimed, bleass America and the noble n.us residents thereof (both liv and who contributed towards tbrec ?t5 of this chubrch. No. woer A his t Arcbishop of Tnar shoI feel i d4 ; e$ ot 0ft his wati °'' "w, othe meri i;~ whb hA apeived Fath Con : that his Gr aelould request of , Gibbons) to.eo ley to Dr..M d bhiaj hl-4.pecial thanks. -Th S areh'wa rung, and put forth t J4oy and welcome, because an ishop came to see the Headford lordlp visited the Abbey of zrosed site for the bridge ay across the fgrry artKilbeg. U m, os at the opposite saore, g ld that to get across, if the rough or the boat unrepsired (as ; t Abei case), his lordship should tdr . navigate ...

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. — 2 October 1870

t ..l.. %. a. 'I.° "U .x ý ` ý, ^' - c. ". , -` r9 I *orningStaraindCatboll esseng YNLIOe dame, at with the approval of the eeclesiasti  a." Povdu rnd anthorit of the Diocese, to supply admitted want in New Orleans. no --_:: "- mainly devoted to the interests * elag Catholic Church. To prevent all failuro, and to guarnm O _.-.-Oyr, . the perplaanency of the undertaking, it il Vie n. L;4based on ajoint stock'ompany, the api- , -. "ý; tel of which is one hundred thousnd 1' _- 2? . -, s- dollars, in five thousand shares, oitw t y - b tothe--- = = --- - - = _-=dollars eah. Stera to o he Ca th no ver wi be of our Diocese. S at 1t J. M. Anonsuor o Irc w Om.uas. * D .ember 12s, 1e?. - ulca rae det rtt . "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" * .rms-- or ~ ,r nnmn nr-as._ NIW. ORLEANS,_SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER . 1870. Iso NU BER 35 _: ---,- -------.--~ - ·- .- ,-- - --- - S.and Catholic Messentler. UNDAT., OCTOBER , j7. tilo fail -*~ BRIOR OF TH...

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. — 2 October 1870

torjou4r l at we know that and tbhey will' glttto bear of the opning of Catholo alcol. Sunruder the hap eqss of 4k. good 4isters of Mer.y, at this, plae. Ordinarly tl6 a-| aooaemen .be oonlder ing Si) thse Catholilchere aft con -r-zniu g "uemselves naon it as an '' oblefpt wrortl, of all appobation; s ead eeou rthe difficulties to be _ari t-. misfortunes,that co ure 1i' ieend are the Icongregation l pastor, ther Picherit, r.. arng ov commen 4tiqn for their sue . r  :." Last winter a fair was held by the e. .. L of the congregation for the purpose . aa'gsg means to build the "school, and with what energy and emulation they S worked is attested by the fact thats at its cloe they turned over to oar pastor about r , $1600. After the lapse of a few weeks, however, the priest's house was entered in the night sad the money stolen. Then we began lamenting that we would have no schood- that after al the hard work and trouble, it was too bad to have our hopes so suddenly cagq down. Althou...

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. — 2 October 1870

-;P'Seaviet voe may be iregard to thh . the establish. Sf#a , tieo should be h we are engine, Sbeen made haled onur readers. he was lato organize train, . ia this matter. bankui the resolutions for the t credit on all cross t c'heering still is baaded in have 'As ocats. Some small In a s e " DranIng froms tea hot ye Sa wns o a cannot bewns Shave contributed amounts og t ova hundred pounds. We and s fb Iebfeeh~ d so prompt the as, tn ofeld in Ireland for any ism wW p.W atentid a to see that in in the of thecouny the patrioti Qlergy matten [,pwc with 4thelr loksln town, hework. It is- one in, whioh' priests whoa ahouldbe found sta ing shlder a Prot te o nto thereby sel t tholi  rlnf ch aa o" we .e peals i a work so"bettseen t-in  reasoi ','Corthy of the Irish heart that men bt itrilloos indeed if the clergy of princi were ndholding aloof from it. the p s yet mun to be done. There are thou- rey hi of localities in Ireland where teach are free heartq and *hllp hands thonic Sto in t...

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. — 2 October 1870

Minee l :tpublI oU: "l) '-'Di 'R'ar Taan MICoaE. A .destroyer in our midst enlen down one earnest S ' SP q.U.rd vineyard. Rev. a S . thertio h Walsh was called from the miditef his latgs tp- his eternal reward last" Tuesday, having been attacked by yellow fever the preceding Friday. iHe had been in this city only about two weeks, hisprevious field of labor having been in Iowa. He was obliged by an attack of lung disease to leave that State for a warm climate and hadalready commenoed to im , prove when attacked by the fever. Father Walsh was a native of Limerick, Ireland, and a graduate of Maynooth. Du ring his arduous labors in Iowa, he had suc eeeded ig building a church under the in Svocation'cf St. Michael, when, as we have sadltll U-health forced him to seek a milder climate. He died at the age of forty-five. ST. TIReBsA's FAIR.-It appwars that we were somewhat misinformed in our last Sissue in regard to the beautiful Irish flag, to be raffled for at Mrs. Finnegan's table in Fat...

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. — 2 October 1870

nville has Aof two thousand ve r I ti up in Minnes6ta. Sg towns in 1ajipe apples are U ceni aijb fthe orchard. i gfear a lager yi tt re.ý tthe Bible in twenty " :i 'eniarr the truth by the htlber Iheaý'ina has had his owp son, :twoe 'years of age, sent to pileon for **Mg his mape*. An organ grinder lately died without heirs In San .-Francisco, leaving $100,000. N1wtais g Atlra some purpose. SMr. WiliiamCo . ard, ow ninety years of Shas bean 'freman in Newport for S er. e's a truimp abr4 sure. in West .Ratla4 Vermont, .41tds!s :aO lately, and ovserton of ish, S' of W eh;iwpere pickewrel were taken SkMane woman was so much affected by .riansbp.nd's eloping, the other day, that 'iiRot drunk anneddrwped a litter of nine i "r halons is the gpeat seat of the Cham pene wine irade: One merchant there 4,000 O 0bottles as his oradinary : 'The St. Paul's Press says the wheat crop at" the West it, a vast monopoly in the . ands of persons who-control railroads and - ' ~amsof tl, Western 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. — 2 October 1870

; "i, bamnd..' Itd veloaity e bhudred fooet se ", C. the heat prodne , moving at the ý k asecond, is sad Id soon be converted Swould become Thumbh-The he world bas lately been to the Bethnal Green- Work land, in a dying state. He is Sears of age, and his name is Stto. He has: been measured ed olcers and found to be rty-one inches in height. It that in 18, his father met a plan samend Philip Lemure,--who d on him to give up his bunsi als n. . la son as the small pg, he being one Inch less o Tom Thumb. The , _for a salary of -two pous to allow the Frenchman to " t akteolts from any exhibition. - . - made'lis appearano.e at Gardens. After that he was -: - * a tour through England. He was .lSo 'eeived by seveMt noblemen and coaunty families. One gentleman'presented him with a watph and chain, which, to his e1a: ' t sorrow, he no longer possessea. He e. n went to Paris, where, among other il - ln , rious personages, he was introduced to theEmperor of the French at the Tuileries. Be was...

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. — 2 October 1870

relay re I n. the most jeaks in ecting vast P the inference is or of a "provisioni bl Give the devil his "l ' but what meif tils arrange -ggests into bea h yetanede on hby frontier r- tabt r "a lq b4th . origin of s was was the castiA-i after a cps a started ap _h, d" To indicate that the iness in matrimony arel Sjocosely asked a per .t ms following ques i a- man elonldgivgt and he dies, what yfor hinit " "No, I pray for an day last week, found lying in the Apposied him to be was called and a jury yhad no sooner been a. ne Inquiry into the cause ebr tha subject waked up and e to kea drink. t young map at Allegha peeioby othe explosion of -t1hp Fourth, bothered the Tbhdoy call went to writ Somrgans of speech airetedby the explo orra pt that it was a , t i he lost, which was in Aod fire from the e iggh the autumn of life an 'i the habit of brushing b oid t" "I should beo - said the distinguished "that it is the eassence o hew story :o In fr old gentle aIt agedta e ther ntoge a a urc r...

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. — 2 October 1870

i is being taken ,Fther Ignatius, of was consecrated sist on Sunday being the conse Splace at the 1se - aco on the lp * of Prela.ts were pres. ihef' Iaatihs's. missanary labors a a m widely known. From i'umor of an alliance betweed d Italy is confirmed by prilate d4t is said that any reverse of ould be followed by a declaratiot bl4-e two other powers named, ck on the Bavarian.Tyrol, One n, that Gen. Cardorna's ariy as large as is needed for hold s *t e frontier, for which purpose, as SntCrotty observed in his admirable .-lý ip the ýbsltt 4000 men could suf 2'- 0 . cortj ocpvp Rome, and yet N lkveo th rewem divisions on the Ro CMan s conies, at purpose is a mystery unless some mer d tensive military opera tion is ieitendl. A large body arrived at aTurin *eau 8icily two days since, andcclass ft r rass isr~ alled into activity. The Re publican committee have decided on send and a direula-to all the Italian-cities, call ing em them to protest against the tardi ness of the Government in...

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. — 9 October 1870

Q'ty r .,r .:-.w t. /r g worningStnr a STaO MoaG .!a3 hae b with the approvof authority of the Dioeeae admitted want i New Oraai .- . ~mainly devoted to the Inteqis Aa Catholic Chur. To prevent all salure, and to ho h theyermanency of the under based on ajoint atock'company, - ta of which I. one hundred . - . ,t J. M. Aoatianor or Nsw Oa.atwa. Sn NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, 0 ER 9, 1870.. NUMBERl 36. __ E~IU-A- H ETO HU ETDIN C- IIG FGO THINGS! _____ ·tera-eritcflaz Pay Annum in Advamie.~gb h'm. NI· ORENSNA MRIG R9 17.NME atholic Messenger. S'.ioosEa 9, in67. Y~` fzthe gentle word. - Sangels bearad ým ks by angel's eyes tender stran, eart by grief and pain, searcely pause to hear ,h1 at dead of nieght liwrs e slum ahdeltut dFjy ekott lean and whole eallur youth, _r d more of truth; and so sweet, s si Master's feet . l sa e vls tar othaer h Ithe wofnl wao s h o asro net lost. Sthtmorning rurely lno r Sletters enclosng secon than was Ir lEST HUNTER, - _the t Penal Times.. aeetm tatl...

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. — 9 October 1870

"` ""Eeedlettio'. Weq 115.7'. "t .ely! ' Brotherl- our dear son, E v a- b "da, yonr letter and tlt of the of y your dioese pith olferia whi so= t 4oizpaio 'cl t a5e re m moved by g tlbcag e i ii a ho ble to us. wt We e per vedith pl r that you hi> ut sting, submitted to the p b'.n yoo ;"Wntrglg fully at hits weight, qd. belleving a ond' your strength. Fpr theu nt) na. slll speak of his victpries. vi pinion which you entertain of our- u , An~f the. ctl t that you hae to c ;_- t th Ve "atyp 'twme that it will serve r ..... a ke tou mer ~idxfbre prnd ,n . will li 'draw.do\ru uplon '' assistance-efroa on al hl'rh, and will i've you to demaand i with - in reas$pg fervor. : J ., ,, We are not less rgiqice&. ,d tlae eqtks of ti , oi~o and submission whl'h yo' have livcn f Sie, yourself and your clergy, and at that f elearprofession of faith by which ypu all 1I eslaro that you 'recognise distinctly, and "g, that you vereratin %theLsovereigl Hontiff' a lkthe .prcoygtivweeq bich ou...

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. — 9 October 1870

I Iberi e. f r1o. Bit at same 'at' By aý a~lliat dath or, riho or must etfo Bdy anBi - .. taker apxq lenese, not to say buuani- nmust owing view of the questioi Bit actei bove heading, will be or e mtid We copy from the New nunde S; is the topic that agitates the Ii in eneral more than any ido ighor ow, rich or poor, our comn ~eatOle depend on Biddy, and thitg, is just " Biddy," and-Bi SFor our part, we atould be a il S to have so much depending whi erwh Isisat we expect of her. In t ,to ry cooking, wait- cond Igs the case may cion t perfect command with and ol tear as wb are cotn- evero Si roesty, a contented tr S ence to every order, an taii change 6 go out and the eon as to the society of. dyle eo weet-hearts. And all cond I Gentle reader, can ceni yerou our heart, and cart wove a rtake to ince hig half 8it al, e 2 ouirself in her place. Imagine thet o twenty years Q, with all thle bren a impulse. oi Irish blood in your sy v and a poor little bo'to clothes fol- E in a wheelbarr...

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. — 9 October 1870

Notwithstaindig the check given to bu siness by the speosade cases of yellow fe ver, the fall trade dpew briskly. By re ferenob to our advertising columns it will 1 be seen that we participate to a fair extent in this revival. -This tells well for the aelmand discrimination of the business eomaunnity. The MoRNIxG STAB hai not only the largest circulation of any weekly paper in the South but it is read-not sim . ply on the day is. issied-but through out the entire week. This gives it a great advantage over the daily papers, which are thrown aside after a first glance. Be sides, the STAR supplies a large and influ ential class with almost its sole reading.- From this it will be seen that our paper affords an excellent medium for' advertis ing. NUPTIAL.--On Tuesday, the 27th ulnit., our well-known and highly-esteemed fel low-citizen, Hugh McCloskey, Esq., was married to Miss Alice Hartford of this city. The ceremony took place in the Jesuit's Church about 12 o'clock x., Rev. Father Mu...

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