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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 February 1871

:ý - t.  ornlngStar ad dOboNomllel wo-m" o.., . Tam Mozummo TerAN b h-en ]Nsds N e. IsaeUii cdPee s ad w ith the ppol of eooeeal, authort of the ifto uY a S . . - admitted :rant in New Orlsne d is mainly dvoted to the intr ,(eCatholic Chumr p . L oTo prevent eill lure, and to ut Mlos t ev. Ant N. J. P.R . tPCpermnenoN of the Pndl very Rev. 0. wbased on " joint stock comp ]. Mom te Pre'ent. ta of which is one huand the Vicollars, in Aevothousande har, f Eev. T. J. 'dollarn eah. Rpev.sie at JOe.A Mr. Josx T. w. , r. We approve of the afoTread s6.rsty. taking, and comme. it to of our Dionese. Al bea~ G teth3. N.t A nc .ao o New tOJ.ul.rAusauo oN ..itue. .fl .. ..e...e..er- r D.u e..m 1s, ISea UetiaUcom Nwo. ls ozemadaet reet. - "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE .FEET OF THEE THAT" (IG GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" Term.--lrornaeranaum, VOLUME NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MOR G FEB,UAR Y 19, 1871. NUMBE Morning tiar nd Catholic Messenger. Naw O3LanassN SUNDAY, nBUAAY 19. 1871. THE BARK OF PETER. Two thou...

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 February 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. 12W 0a1LZ . s TuI2&. FZlBUAYT 19 IS'7. "forty Parson Pow." Uader the above caption the New York ferald, gives some wholesome thoughts to the thirty parsons who modestly petitioned the President to remove Collector Murphy beemase be was a Catholic: B ron, in a moment of frenzy, called for a "rty-parson power' to do something or ether. Whatit was we don't remember, and have not time to hunt up the passage, bat we rather fancy it was tosingte prais-  esm of the great goddess Hypocrsy. ell, we have at last very nearly realized the eyieal poet's wish. The forty-parson power has all but made its first appearance n the great American stage. It i at prs eot only a thirty or thereabouts parson power-not quite the poet's number, but ss dnearly answering in the purpose to w,,eh it applleitmslf to the poet's object. Fel this band of black-coated brethren has stepped forward, being ministers of Pro testant denominations, to do-what ? Make a united onsl...

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 February 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. NEsw amQsa M sUNs3Aw esA I. »_n. Do es wa eras. DestI of a .Ns.-81-Ssr lasus, for more than a half a entary a member of the Order of Carmelite Nuns, died at the Con vent adjoining St. James' Church in AJs puithsree¶ on the morning of Friday, the adit. Thdecesued wasborn in Charles sonaty, Md., where she embraced the order at an parly age, and its seat being transfer ed to his city, she has been identifled I with the- confraternity almot dsine itsI origin. During a portion of her religious | life in Baltimorp she was well known as an t earnest and practical teacher, to whom | some of the most accomplished women of It the present day are indebted foithe radi- a ments of their education. But a short I time since Sister Stanislaus celebrated the e fiftieth anniversary of her reception, amidst e much rejoicing. At the time of her de- t sease, therefore, Sister Stanislaus was one a of the oldest members of the Carmelite Or- a der, being upwards of se...

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 February 1871

4 Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. PUiSu.ED EVBHBUTDLT MO.WNG, Hs "` llr " . .. ........... " ............ it 50 d Trbi.-s ntha .-i-. ..................--. o I I1 ,5 . w . -. _ .. ...........-....... 28 N 7 e ....w oe.........s e I I ........... ...... 2 0 1 d 4T 75 100 1o 0 5 0 T i ................ 70 130 10 3010 o0 T- Tmslnt Advertisements, i1 50 per square each in. O tseo-nde per cent diseount allowed on the above ; rates. yrv w t u Cut tInserted at above rates, without dslcount. Death and Marriage N9tleea. 1 each insertion. Wasta and nPoe. Ifdormatlon Advertsements, ti 10 eatser line each Inserti on Editorial Noatess. 2 cents a line. NeW OUHLEAN . SUNIAY FBBUARY 19 115 a1. CLNIDARIB OF THE WEEK. p SMda ..y....Feb. 19--.lqlnnquagemat Sundaye . t Molnay..... Feb tbt. Eucheritus, Bisop aml Confess. T"sslay ....Feb.21-St. Severlanoa. Bishopand Martyr. JFene' O nUrk--lhs every Sua a nday at Hig14has, and on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, at o'clook r. E. The way of the Cr...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 February 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Me.sengei r s3W ORLEANS. SNDAY, a3sb 5m.,. mINtIOi AL o .D1' º ', Tennessee has imposed a $as on dogs for the school fund. Cincinnati's floating debt. and liabilities exceed $1,000,000. A sausage maker in Cincinnati advertises Swares as "dog oheap." . r Gen. Sherman has six aides-4le.camp. Are we still in "rebellion.". A preacher in Chicago owns and drives one of the fastest horses in that city. There were only 800 divorcesin Vermont last year; but it. wasn't a good season. Gambettl is said to be a slave to opium, consuming immeaqedo es of the drug. More than 200 students of the German universities have bees l]led in the war. A machine has been inaented in Iowa that makes 100,000 matches in a minute. Iowa has a town saa)nd.Seven-Up. Not much of s .impltovel ept on-" Old Sledge." Worth, the mas-milliner, is said to be about moving his traps from Paris to New York. San Franoisso :.` tern savings' bank, contaniing 831,89,501 deposited by 86,862 persont. A ma...

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 February 1871

'si ng Star and Catholic Messenger, Ara LW1..xa. IDAT, , BBrARY 19, 1 .i  Ja- es pes ."-The Japanese car pesters are ingenious workmen, and their j werk is dome with marvqlous neatness. A enrious feature of their house is, that they " do not contain a nail, all of the joints and timbers being dovetailed together by many ingeniona devises; and the whole work, even to the raters, is as smooth as if it had I been polished down with sandpaper. And o the Japanese are a seat people; for they P use no paint to hide any blemish of con teuetien or ornamentation-no filigree- h work or plaster of Paris gew-gaws, but n every stick in the building is exposed. Every morning, 'as regular as she cooks the m breakfast or sweeps the floor, the Japanese ac beusewife takes a wet cloth and scours the wl whole interior of the dwelling, leaving no co part untouched, and no stain or dirt spot to th mar its cleanly appearance. Then the Jap- mi amese do not come into the house with TI muddy boots, after th...

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 February 1871

eining Star and Catholic Messenger. W o0nt s ,as. elwnMT. r! ZtAr 1r . men. The love that kills-Pulmonary affedion. What is a woman worth t Double you, man. The man who owed something to his ntry did not pay his taxes. Why is the letter F a great stumbling Because it makes all fall. "Speech is silver, but sialene golden." Henee thU expression, hash money. A bachelor aritlimetieian says a girl is a sum when she causes one to sigh for-her. Lawyers are like shears, they never cut each other, but what is placed between them. Intelligent pet-" Ma, dear, what do they play the organ so load for when church is overt Is it to wake as up t" Wanted to know-I-f a man toasts the girl of his heart, is that a reason why he should be debarred from any but her t " It is very curious," said an old gentle man to his friend, " that a watch should be perfectly dry when it has a running spring inside I" Since the paper told of that girl who-o t married by washing a child's face in thet street, all the se...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 February 1871

lmning Star and Catholic Messenger. 3 uu a maaax nr. iaa. ? t ILRAL·-·-VNDL - PUMVABY 10.1KJ1. G r. Z. IsLO OPeZo S ON "PROGRESSn," TC. ofise Innlmng aSer sa Catbollo Messenger: Toer St. James eorrespondent feels that he Jas eglected you too long. By omission msul; bere!i nha some facts retributive-an l lte on sundries. noup-- CONIIcoxmor o ra P Asinu. I It has become so much the custom all over a s country to harp on Anglo-Saxon "progress," that even some of our people up here are tssepted to forget their (leito orngin I This, siners. Editoa, as you and I well know, is a t siibituuno whihob brings in its train innomer- a able others; for it is easily demonstrable that I mot a few of the unnumbered woes that afflict I ear country are traceable to this illusive faith I is a progress which culminates (as John Mith Shbas it) in a successful vending of threads, apes, buttons, and hooks-and-eye. yowl, but too surely, the dtranger props- I pgadiste that h bve found their way up here- -...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 February 1871

1 - '..r• . /  iMorningStar andCathol MorningStarandCathollo Messenger PUBLIBTD WEkEEL ST r O A b "tarted !aderw Orleans Oa oeUe Pubteatio5 otmpauu, at ot th Diwt Jo. eOrendelat agreeS buiotet POyW,4t --d with the appiroval of the eclaiatk.. So. 14 Cwmdret street betsea Paoydra and w "1admitted want in New L/ayetr stree. mainly devoted to the in1 Catholio Church. -To prevent all kilure, and to t TheDiretore of theCompan are the prm of the nn Most Rev. A&obbishop N. J. PEC, bed on inttoo Present. - based en a Join ook comp Very Rev. G. o of whih i one hundred tto n Rev. J. MoI A, .-dollars each. Rev. T. J. KENN Y, - A Rev. Joan F2wtAOA2. Mr. JOHN T. GIBBONS, A s" .M e. Yr.~ JO HN M C~ um , ~We approve of the efl rYs. T Mr. Taos. G, RAIPinE ecretary. of our Dioeese. StJ. M. Ancmmmo, or Ha L ema r to be addresed to the . . aSS o o1 u,8 . Sditepoef AeMfonlaIrStar hndSeM a _ _hger._ maweaieas Oee--oe. r14 Carondelet ,reet "'HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 February 1871

Moruing Star and Catholic Messenger. »mW ORL.,A8. BUmNDAY, ]RBBBUARY I 1670. WiUianm Pitt Foiled sa Robert Eametrt assated. Tho Act of Union did not receive the Royal assent till the month of June, 1800, and it was to- come into operation on the Bret day of the ensuing year. It provided that four spiritual and twenty eighbttemporal lords, with 100 commoners, should represent Ireland in the Imperial Parliament that the Churches of England and Ireland should be united, and that all subjects of Great Britain and Ireland should be placed on the same footing in naviga tion and trade. Many friends of the Irish people were sanguine in their hope of the Union being a harbinger of prosperity and peace. But those who had listened to the promises of the Castle soon found that they had been betrayed; and it soon became evident also that Ireland was still to be co erced. The seat of coercion only was transferred from College Green to St. Ste phen's. The talents of the country, like its property,...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 February 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. uEW ORLzEAN~ . SUNDAY, EBRUA.RY 98. 1871. Lettof Pins IX to the robishop of GiMinaaati Venerable Brother, Grace and Apostollo Benediction. We have received your most pleasing letter. dated the 15th of last December, in which you signify and profess with sincere heart and in the fullness of faith your ad hesion to the Dogmatic Con;titution, pub lished in the fourth session of the Vatican 'ouncil. Your declaration of feelings of ncero devotion towards us, and our chair ftruth, is more gladly received for the eason, that it completely refutes and des troys the evil reports with which certain newspaper dared to assail you. We accept with deserved praise this testimony of your faith and sacerdotal feeling, and we desire above all things that you should know, that our paternal charity towards you has been not only not diminished but greatly strengthened. And, moreover, we know fall well with 'what feelings you regard the sacrilegious outrages which the...

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 February 1871

Mrnuig Star and Caholic Messenger. S U~r. aD n amITr knDArT "OI . .... at. ............... ... . ...: 00 le ier .s. . .. .........................-..... a * sam Oa oaBm: ' the hi rs€ snIrs hi eo.................. . s s so to sg it . :..........:....... s s cr........... .... as as * I ** e ... .................. a soa I 0 m in br - ,ee ...... 1,,:,,.I t e............... Is - s la 44 Us es...... asu-.·- .. .ma .aas t 4 .... -" -' 1 1 - 4 .. ...... . Pa:s lY Wr 0 IM assinem an&i,u-astes ep r ame at iU , 'te ie. aj..s+.b. Weah so*d a n of d , waiy*e. tI r. Stn. s t w1 or ett ote dever we s seaa asMeeasdee sift hsseaj. e v eese r.la. Blalmsee : .1 E . anWday SE Y.Ua m in EnDa by e. . Brke; on liida, >t 7 x., Way of the Cree. 7. WldmaF, . l ermanby bev. e. Ole ea on Wed. dy, M e,.. u.rm.l o. Getry ~r.n a r. d i-n thlt eana - ua -Oy, syt 7 . , vW of the thr Man~ e DArs.-- a Wednesday, Friday, an Saturday, next bein Ember Days, will be ife days of abstinence and fastidng. , ea...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 February 1871

Mornin Star and d I n her. ases g , wagavImr ag. tene One 4 Sasj m sN an . Tb Frinae Iapoleo is in Liideo, and will divid make that city his pmaet ft residene. Thas.s .se t,of the Duke of Sunder laiad ug&y shot his tutor recently. ef] The new Governor of Maine hasbjst ap poinated a ppresesaer in ooee jastiee of  the pease. ,$p The newspaper has been intgodsee as a I teztbook lithe State Normal High chool lat in Saa Frameniso. Blebmend boasts titt of the e00 of her 800 eitmses, who died In 1870, only four dled odea of intemperance. The total number of Acbbishops and BLasp or~ the Boda Catholice Churh hi the ritish empire is 114. Gihe A lksvanalrpaper is conadent that Hon. dre GesH . Hill, of Georgia, is to succeed Mr. ! Aecerman as Attorney General. Ora Gei. M. D. Leggett is the Republican oecn candidateor Gdvernor ip Ohio. He ought Ca to ran well, f there'sathing in a name. f St An Albany marn iSbeen senat to prison hi.mr for Ave months simply for "borrowing" an in w umliedia ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 February 1871

M. ralag Star and Catholic Messenger. i . s te a33.e"ý SUNtA, sWL3ARz U. ,err. IV 8ulw Plcrvuse.-Among the curiosities of rt must be included pictures made of straw. How far patience is exercised in this direction I at present we do not know; aut in theb last en tury the inmates of some. of the Frenoh monasteries employed a portion of their time in such labors. TOhe proceas was by no means a simde one. F t, a seldetlon was made of the a5tebt, thinnest,, longes, largest barrel I S, awk. They were severed a wve, nd below a all the knots; the knots, memranes, and 4 mnaller parts of the straw were tmt ed4a sad the rest were retained for use, in- he tbm of thin, smooth, unspotted eylinders ef straw, s sometime six or eight i e ls. The straws t waedamged, sc-split e~ peeiy. lnis of a I sdander wooden spindle, W'lah, wast inserted a atone end, and dexteosl r along to the i nther, making a straight i ltthroughouot .the. s kbris application of a -ohtut.sber attened out o oesh piece. Somet...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 26 February 1871

Maras 1 ms CAW. Mesenge r. .NNW @gan UR as, a rn. . now muOh does fool we , generl Uy 1 A simple-ton. Wats-aw places that remain oyegr all winter-Tbd months g milk-aa-r. A wife asked ber, ubabt if druguts kept dye-stuffs for sale. He led, "est druggistakeep little bs t bdt i , Mr. Greeley's last arioultaal paper is on Irrigation. He deares ta cursory way that the Platte river ought to be dammed. . "Livejad let live," is the rather singa lar heading of a Maine undertaker'radver tisement. Another speaks of his wares as "wooden overcoats.n Sidney Smith being asked what were his family arms, replied that the Smiths never had any arms, and invariably sealed their letters with their thumbs. The first day a little boy went to school the teacher amked him if he could spell. "Yes, sir." "Well, how do you spell boy 5P Ohjest.as other folks do." ' Small anarer drama.-" Now, I'11 be Papa, going to Ix the furnace." "Oh, ye; andPllbe the new,.nursm , sandeyou must kiss me behind ti sellar door. ...

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 February 1871

Morging Star ad OG Mwngsr but *m5iLLAUJDU IL * -W t policy the Amesty As.tion . 'hbo m in thetl nale o to otund.te odomed- f otm eojr of the merare efttrea elplp h on lb fti was the b isho ng- oa oner or uan- he mS m ed with soess. The plracto r of dine e meeting was in some repe, pelar out and deservint of attentlon. Hen of All of ceds and oinions who held aloof freom hon e policy o f the Iri mnesty aso 1 ration p aem now found es Atlnht r ru dersmand- sap ig, in the name pol righteoosaess, inghe tohe eolstle of the mepresenterved upo thee by hi s tIie5st'5 advisers. Of that mesa- "4t, mor w have declared our opinion. The her Amh of s Are there Bishop of * nd lf even in the happnes ofMartin, fere N. P.me In two fellows of Trinity College, whir the arrsy ofclerg frome proine pre- whe aset an Intelligenoe and.represepit power and thew t no Minister can safely despismbe. The mof voice no the Irish nation has teen pro- c dounced uimistakablyr on this questiona her IDnsm ass the Atlo...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 March 1871

": . . . i ..ýS ;. 1.ý:ý R"' €°W .ý ..,.,. .. ,...i€.., - .. , A . KWonrog Cathollol.. 'd . . Ta .Mevorn )e sm, I 4.J.with the aRw of Te Comptny Bret ° supPenn" most Bev. oP1N. J. a , of t * n oiqey . oaTroN, Va rtoetic Va u c 61 Rev. J.ns ruw~ ff -S ý~wAII Re. v. ." " zm,, e ...... Yr. J Gunors, ~yIW puv 1 Wse eeusIpau Yr. JO !»T Treesuer. takiof os~an mmdtet0Chul It Mr. Ts ý: R+eeoretary. t J. Y.Auafrwuo~e * Oseat *. " HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF TFýH T BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS!" 4 u w NSW 0LEANS, SUNDY G. MARCH 5, 1871.. ..-- . . . . 1 the arounn.Il her to send me word. I There was that fat woman In thae  y ble Blk, Wa - .t t _ S Uli . IV. Me g Star aud Catholic Messenger. ., O Rl a , SU. DAT. MACH _ . 1871, . ras MEMENTO MOI. - an nm . muMr Remember, man, thut thon att dust! To indred earth return thou musat the lay down thy head beneat the sell, my In spite of tears, andprayes, and toil; Told uhl lands pon thy breast die na- tsa feet In lontla rest, Ma Thy ...

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 March 1871

hueie r d d e re asr Decmb& a e they are from al •for the twelv mb ontb'endilg on the let of •December, 1 ,- the total receipts were t leot ls lestaPs been 1th5 5 , 380, paid bon the buildings p ement freaving the sum of e 783as the e exetse of feeding, pm'a all dols ss.d educating over sey nty boys for twelve onth; being at the a orats of485 per year or 0 cents per day for a geach by This contrasts favorably with iw the expense of supporting the boys in the n -Houe of Refuge, and there, too, the inno sept have to associate with the guilty, and t nddoubt get corrupted with the association. expense, ae reported to the Common eCoil, after deditilng the amount of the c boys, is over I cents per day, or double ft what it costs us to support our boys, Al- t though up to this time we have had no fprotable employment ..for them, which if we bad-I am satiated we could very soon S make the institution self-supporting n The total amount contributed from all a sourees for the foundation an...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 5 March 1871

Whe'Roibait Eimuiet . afo his defaeee befhme bhis d et d, r db " My L he are - at for the arifce. h. which y seek is not eoueg ter rors which urround, : -r . .. .- . lates warmly "ad a nd throsgh its I channels, and in a l it lcr to a Heaven. Byp I have but few wo -µt py.; Iv goingoy my cold C and pot lis.narly S myAheo idol.my 4t Srit mve, and a I iuat one re- a w -e, ,_ e from this w is ce. Let no i, Swrite my; - ,'`ao man who a ktmwsay oA, vindicate tbiplt le ;or igerausasperse them. et b 00f and o other s can do ustice to my character. ben my contry takes f her place amon ntio of the earth, then, and not en, let my epitaph be written. I have one." There is some- o thing extremely tioe in- this mournful o address; and it pirsa us with the liveli- 9 eat regret a wbhih.ceuld prd- i dace sash sp Curran, q t Ban, Bage- a nal Harvey' s Tone, iord Edward b It l oncrry and ,Robert ( ! agelfter age, have been a own e the vintage in a wine- a p Were to number," says Thomas V Mooe, them...

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 March 1871

mo. ' -e.i. . U 5w. _a*i * ==:== ===== == ................. ...* .. " M - "", ""." "."" Iine ie M .lI ...... -, s M 7 o lIiS   ,  ............... .7{ 1j300 4 . . re l l Aia w so Jn ....u-31 wicto d m r eyS .a..s ma Suday eTesdvehrt aya . 1 oW' 1P . om aSt. ThornY. AurCMH la 'll tey .. /dar. 0-St. 1htas of Ryome. Widow. lrdw ......Mr. 1--eTbho Forty Martyrs of Behent.. torday.. Mar.i -St. Puloi rese and Martyr. " mIGUCTSý 102 LE=T. JWeami' aawo-g--lleh seamen every Sunday at aegh MA , and on Sunday, Tuday and Thursday, at 7 o'e ook F1b. Freek .ermon. everyMonday ansd Wed needayeat 7 o'd r,1 t. The waf of the Cross, every ,riday, at ·. o'ol.ek . 1. Bev. Father Cor.nor, , t., will pteh every Sunday at nigh Mae, and every Eiumdy, at 7o'eleok . x . 1 dIug Ar.lenr r 0crch.-On Sunday, a, at 7 r. set. toe is nugitha by esv. F. Neithardt; on Wednebday, at y . er., ermanm in laglieb by Ryev. F. Bu rke; on Frlday, at 7 P. 3, Way of the Croea. 45. Xivpe uCr., Ibmoc Dan ctriCc.-On Sunday, a...

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