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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 2 April 1871

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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 April 1871

"maidse Stu ad tCahougt Me wit | o tnra i.s ee a Sli ospe. Seo astlaeee, .1 ..". Di. tumed in song, ,ta ean .ofo mynits ,meet r o seee Ma .moat seeu-as rotds a "onus ,wn thes as m-e ndw bld fort. hee oun saw e hats its brned my attention to he oe berwho wishes the "or, d we trisd, to-morrow," sbere emiseatditU o a though imp; an~ haita the eye, iets mo rke giin the muse. bowe, over- e, hasf olainted, sad eoo plae my We irNmew Ibkr -ti mot tring r iend k bothriving ton, oume and.tene, and yowill o the In killing both, or writing atre om oWe the riches saad mot populous see-n. tag laden withe u"T ae-ane for plantation g to go led also to thhe ytop, em enpo elot, li other b o th e, n of holds forth. Sinceams I way o I have turned my attention to the lmber bo es, or, as we say, "turned swamper," nad now deal in cypress and ash, andai 1 caroame ade oto at the stump; and as the Teube country Is my market, and the .a e-bowed, over-patched, half-painted,of ne looast eveing Enterprise m...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 2 April 1871

-- t u " q a :h a, - hose ito ' b- st -8s ' mie ' ,i Od bri~ek lof S tbo iir u drectiwin e o,, abe -l s te' -i h 8Cathoilo C 'h |k nrow ediste to t mlighty- ood. in. the lit Dlooeieb t Br6tooklyn. tretra.eon . of rescrving 't at white of religio, n the bpel of te SHo se of . MeFot street, b Cnii, Fa Y The acepted postu- tb . ntsar.to ooidca:luegr.' o Who est namrd J ; q , t. tmana, ead gave a e of the Modt Holy aorament to The t of St.6 Louis are about topnut up a n~l cent eqllege bpuilding on Olive H street. 'a s b On Palisie Saday March 26, the Most a i h bisblshop Bpaldiug solemnly dedi- s alw tl ew Churh of St. Mary Stair of the Se, ituted on - the southwest 'eorner of Clement sad Johsaon streets, South ti Baldmarei . hi Fathers Vanlyooh and Coghlin have O just closed mision in Sersdn, Pa.da- C ring which 4600 persons aplieced the nt Saeraments and twentV-elht - rotestants t were converted. - A Catholio lady of St. Louis has gioven $12,000te the St. Vinoent de Paul Society o...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 2 April 1871

1 a. oa. e , a- . - . . . ...-. .ow ..: ....: .. ; N I .............. -4 ems ............ .............. IN .···.lr- . 5-ýth 11s Z " To-- eetr ao r er .. ... ..... . ..» . hai....... h e.l mes" Ih eNer o e eat is wl ee ..a. et disla. t asl w i th e aerel - Oa bleete a skaews oe s er, wthot dieso at. o ath d Mantes wetes oeach herio. Wsairt . e.e. ma.a---e e l a.d . ns.el nt W o RAfsth .po l o, sat ash 5ow.la.g Milays.o reect. oris R erd of.,so mirý ...... pr.7-~. Palm Sunday. To-day we enter upon Holys Week, with the triumphant ceremonies o Palm Sun day. The holiest season of the year is upon us, and the Cetholish of New Orleans will, no doubt, display the usual fervor with which they always observe it, and for which they are so widely noted. This spirit han even communicted itself to the 1 rest of the population, and a growing fn-' lination to respect this anniversary ofI mourning is observable among the courts f and other public institotions. A week of sorrow and mourning opens, ...

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 April 1871

Aleader D dasdied indebed to hi publishers 1 ands. It i6 tht "Namby" Looke reslis 1000 fear by his lectures. Bet* Buckley has collected in lath ot y over $11,000 for the Cork Cathe The Irhl-Americd n qr BoLon Rgnmber 158,000-or nearly two-thirds of the whole population, A New England bee-raiser has evolved a race of queen bees, which he sells readily for $23 apiece. The New York Star says that James Gordon Bennett "Is in excellent health, and worth ten millions." A Michigan pedagogue has been fined forty dollars for whipping a boy who chewed toboco i.n school, W. K. Davis, believed to be an American, fell or leaped from the top of the Pyramide lately, and broke his neek. It costs New York 30,000 nightly for her amuaements-the annual expenditure a estimated at $7,000,000, S It is stated that 20,000 Southerners, who took part in the late war, are now residents of New York oity, and poor. A Chinaman in Portland, Oregon, fol lowing the "Melliean fashion," has ran away with another man'...

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. — 2 April 1871

r Sing Star and Cathaolc M essengu. ,.hir,,'. .-_--, hEasb -M. J. Whitty-has re edatly p a volume on- this pure gtrlot, ma grielsm on wbhieb, in the Dublin 1 ;w tae t ; *gowltg n Itis ely UI # luahe litte webknow about Onlt., wOtod" his public ets . many ether men who have en n i s of poplar tumult, the in test am s tlsth at his attempt, him bllare. ý saded and reueived led $e act Of his m haistory alsin btheO d e hfo re ator7 ntl which ae a ply at. r den, In h-s iOf :Em. ýpt, made a __n -,..-,, and on to ll this blank in our literature, he 'given a bot h iih n many respeethoould not he 5tll, 4mfat rawn it, we _- lu i' w were only loking at of the JfitUq n.as, sltbough wdesire t learn of Emmet s political still, to a,greatextent, we me little. otlOsg of hispuvatelike. We are not, uit were, brought Into close and friendly emtet with him. and we miss with regret the sense etf fmliar introourme which .a rei nitiinate k5 oldgW of personal traits. w-uhave giets to us. Mr. Whitty (th...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 2 April 1871

Ask we hemr 5 rfay des, we ought to f n asbearing a chimh wio ntedy Thiael trwill Eoabo er reofent he ihe wiasi"e de t co ure ". S ,amb wherel have you been for week bok " "I haven't bee anywhere r it. I haven't got w eak hb ro ht or f man who recently dd iwas said, His name will be over eembsa whrever deeds and molrtgige S w o. ' When t ittle nge I-bo anteld to at bhis father's fh al, be asked his M te for ar half-holiday to so 'Are the pictures which you brought from Europe all landscapes" asked artist of Mrs.b'hoddy one du. "Lord _ o," n pliel u the ndi art ady, A merchant, not over-eonversant with 'geography, on bearing that one of his yes selsuasijeopardy, exolaimed, "Jeopardy, where's that At any rate I am glad that the ship's got into port." Mrs. Partington is very fond of her youngest son who has a poetical turn. One evening- ty lshel excused his absence frem the family circle by aying tat he was busy apostatising the moon: Itis a singular fact thatladiko who knew h...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 2 April 1871

wy 'wlerses' . wsagr. S.... -b Laii ll... " . ..fire .BeeisleW ,* . -d few -iy we bircti le pltostoR to sf sa of ;loietoaton Beatry propty, 1i Bsrebhaes yaifl to us to rel as it was to .the- ttee. r But lanthse tragea timeevents move ftst. At least we seem to be as yet but at the begilnnng 1 of evlotions in Bereobavn. Now itis the Sahab·M tat of an: entire -land who are "hqJenqId4 'Hare is a tr amplone o fer the p ie to feed on. An Irish ublic, me doubt will be delighted, Pt, poor Uf i-,a dua , Believe me, it is oet. that makes sad to-day and eems Mhkly to some hundreds who live onii i hbaad of 'Dauesy. Whbere is Dursey I ,Wdf Where It lies at some lat. and eag. ouat at.se Icould not tell. Enough, ' is twoe- or thirty miles behind Castle ,-own Ber) sven, oat west in the wild At fastie, Most people must have been idvea, at one ule or another, to seek -dnge at the "8kellig." They may now semember the Dursey ialand not far from 1 that romanto "retreat." The present tale of the Drsey...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 9 April 1871

Star andCathollo Messenger EornlngStar andCathoH esm ger ,No-.z.,.o,u OUf q,,lPOMMU a oesq, e,.as ""' sod S-,  boon[0' r.ea "e. 'e -. - ' "with the appra, of th oela xi, 191 oassnderf sense, assuessardrend authority of the Diocese, to spyly a safaynde "o,e. admitted want in New Orleans, n mainly devoted to the interests * the Catholio Chuch. The Directors of the Compay are: To prevent all failre, and to gaantee Rev. Arobblahop N. J. PERxcu, --.Rev. Arobishop N. J. e. the permanenoy of the undaert~kig, it 1 e Pro. lent.Ae Rev. G. RATMOD, ePresident based on a Joint stook company, the e *ie "P.i dettal of which is one hundred tuan -. J..Moro", dollars, in fvethousandshares, oftwe T.dollars each " Joss FLxANAOAXI. * Jom T. Grunoi8e, SJOHN CCF Y, Trearer. We approve of the aforesaid ue S . seretary. , " taking, ani commen it to the Cathll of our Dioee=e. uommuateonica to besaddressed to the t J. Y. AVcearanor or New 0m s oolAlorning tr ndosUto~oMesenger. D, m•r 19 1,T. "neaiuon ome...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 9 April 1871

M rina Star and Catholic Messenger. Maw o~Ana. sIoAnr. APaL  . s 7n. msZ'rps labs. The follow;ig extract is from an article In the Cathoeli World, for April, being a tmaslation from the German. It is ably written, and replete with suggestive thought. We recommend it to the perusal Souear readers: The Franco-Prusilan war of 3870 is one of the most important events in the history of Europe. The prostration of France is no indication that she will never-rise again, ir i® 1807 Prussia was in a worse condl ieon than France is now. In 1815, and antil the past few years, Prussia was last ia the list of the great powers, though now hel is the first. France, then, in a few years may rise again to her full power. There are no more fresh, uneivilised rases to come ibto Europe to take the place of those which are now said to be decaying. We have shown that liberalism has reached its acme, been fond wanting, and is dying. Its efforts in Italy, Spain. Germany Vienna and Peath are -but the last ...

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 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger, 1w OLUeAPa . SUneT, APr1 s. 15a1n. patro lairs. Pslustaat alatians Imported inte Irelasnd The laws affecting property in Ireland having, in the reign of Queen Anne, been so materk ly altered in favor of the deal nant ftn,-ethe frleadly relations of neighbors with neighbors were deplorably implred. Difference of religious falth alone would have prodaeed separation enongb, t to this eleseast of discord was _ddedl mutual distrust of no ordinary kind, Every Protestant suspected his Catholic kinsman of concealing' some property, or of receiving the revenue of some aruS by whie he, the Protestant, was defrauded of his legal right. Every Jathlieo, on the other band, htspeeted hiaProtestant neigh bors of .bein.s pis, and of having covet ous desns b.ll8 worldly goods. Inform ers were active and well rewarded; and society groased under that most dreadful oftranieao.-systemised espionage. The Irish use of Commons resolved aunai mounsj ".that the persecutin...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 9 April 1871

Mxniing Star annd Catholie Messenger. PURLUHD VERY SUNDAY MORNING. as Yar ts "v  )..................... 2M ... .... .......".. " o sme ats. om I o Tn. he Two Bi. S ne Sg jz. Mi. Wths 1Mth. Mi'ts Tear. 1a. ....... .... ..' i s0 s0 N 10 lIa Y.. .... "... m ..&. I is s so TeauI. ......... o s 7, o 3o1800 "".t 70 130 180 21O 0 Tra sienti Advertisementas, i o p aquars each I e ty.avO per ent disooeust salowe on the above been inserted at above rats without discount. Death and Maruri s l 31 ea ch in ert on. I natp and Peoa Ifse efirmato Idvrt 0h crtrs pa f ltheach 0 inlrtion. I NW ORLEANS, SUNDAY, APRIL 9. 1871. Suday...A...pr. $-Estar Sea oradayl...Apr. F-ath Maaers. hoe and loaeors . WedDes5d..APr.l- Vict", 1 Maur t Thursday --..Apr. I3--S H_.m u r i yr. t -, uiday ......Apr. 14-S. Tibars, Varian and Ma - me. Martyr CONcERT yea THE BEIIrlIT O ST. THERESA's bmral .-Masny of ourreeders have, no doubt, noticod the extensvo erepairs which St. Theresa' Church has lately been undergo...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 9 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. waw ORLaNxa. SUNDAY. APRIL9. 1sb7. DRoORTasL AND or0T Zus., More pricks are made in Philadelphia than in any other city in the world. A Baptist church in Kansas City has adopted " Shoo-Fly " as sacred mauslc. A citizse of Dublin recently left £1000 towards the completion of the Milan Cathe dral. The Turkish bath is now the accepted remedy and antidote for the cravings of the inebriate. Brigham Young is wearing half-mourn ing for twenty-seven recently deceased mothers-in-law. A Sixth District druggist possesses a tonic, which he says will enable its taker ar to "eat an elephant." The latest production of the Wornen' Bight. Advocste is an esasy to prove that Shakeagleare was a woman. " M. Milne Edwards will publish a paper on the rare beasts which fell victims to the uensine during the Paris siege. The Duke de l'Huyes, who was killed in the fighting before Orleans, was wsorth 20,000,000 francs, and left no direct heirs. Galignai's Mlessenger, print...

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. — 9 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholc Messenger. O;aist saw OSLEASIS., SNAt, IrARILs. I5, etL. social. r .LLUY. better. ,Any Trwassas IN Exoxh.wx.oDr. Antiee, junitl f London, in a reent number of his medl toor .journal, delarte that the use of aohol by ted he women is obtaining a fRightful extent in Eng- sus 1. land, and maintains that the prvalent exce abiltie demands the earnest attention of all medicasl ths men.. He Is no advocate of total abstineonee, but is eompselled by the extant of b. hellto psoIn aise a voe of solemn warning againstth contrib abuse of slooholio bverags. According to tothe his observation, a great number of ladies in the best isety of London, are in the habit of ere taking daily from four to eight glases of highly fortified sherry or port, ontning from dn an oan oae and a half to sixo of asolute never 1 alcohol This faet is a ver awkward one for been every medical man who takes a constlotiO refm interest in the welfare of his patient T ah a hablt is often formed afte...

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. — 9 April 1871

ing Star and Catholic Messenger. WV oatriLA, stNDLAT. APRIL". 167l. F. eA of tempO Hard to beat-a boiled egg. A cheap polish-moonshine. n ng How to raise beets-Take hold of the a all tops and putL, of pleat " I am in a great scrape," as the nutme are said to the grater. sometim The man who " couldn't find his match, e othe went'to bed in the dark. Thomas " Well, there is something in that!" as ness co the man said when be tried to put his boot His kee on with a kitten in it. tblng: * The theatre of war is closed for the pres- Donot ent. A peace is in preparation which we and will hope will have an unprecedented run. . to A negro, on being examined, was asked hndred if his master was a true Christian. "No, sir, he is a Republican," was the reply. These A wealthy widow, advertisio for an lightina agent, was overwhelmed with applieations, It pus as the types, by mistake, made it "a gent." smiles "The prisoner has a very smooth coun- "Did tenancen. "Yes, he was ironed just before said F...

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. — 9 April 1871

-.rning Star and Cathoilc epenge. Anewra,! 1i the Ipihopai Chute- i well 'The -Ep coplids .ina PhiladelphiaJ I i mew are enjoyin a savory dish of scandal par y way of relie from the-rignt way in Bt whlech they have b reeplaig Lent, The B ihetoer of the church of St. Cliasents has otshe eam accused not onlyot nseemly d can ervi les, posturing* and geauteziioms," but of inits .hsl-ing aurlicula confession sad praying serve Alor thedead. Thi Bshop eaccused. The be Restor responded The vestry casme in gr. like a Gre choiruLs 'ith Wtrathful refralbi narv _etters mtaitplie uas though Wilkins Mi- sie 4awber had the matter in hand. The seeo tar press have taken it up, and devoted out' - igiht or ten columns to the elucidation of the i ktotty points of doctrine. The letters te a -ave grown into pamphlets, full of bhard te weeds if not hard logic, and the Quaker parti City stands still to see how the ight ill endaetl between two men vowed to preach agospel i vas Speace. ,The brethren of t...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 16 April 1871

a,.J- r..ss .. aa . 3Ea.. , wit o aproval of t swt . . ae erI th ority .aftha e D.ltno n qrlast,,au. admitted wsat in Ne*o i .. . .. ma, d,,o, to tai TheaDIsassefr bseOmpase are p t an Alad Eeast Bev. Ahb ishOp N. J. ?P8sse the peurmsay oato dthe I Rev. (. raYrMOxD, me aen. of whteh Is owd he J. Xoraz, do i. ars, n ertha saandohsr s, T. . J. nr, . dollas soah. Joan FLaxxAoAZ. . JoaN T. Gasosx i ' ase .A . Tao . 0. 3M Asr . saaz* . takain"•..* a mP, *m m n it All eeammalestrsn to * b*I ad dresse to the t J.M. Amonasos oa r , ta 3.1. . . .a ,owmanu .... ýolslaslm o_.--o l6 dar1 ss. .. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE. THE FEET OF THEE THAT BRIING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" -ea- llrserAnnm VOLU IV. NhW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1871, NUM wi Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. ,, 52W ORLI AWS, .UYDAT. APRIL 16. 1871. For the Morning staraud atbeiioo P MARDI GRAS; A Tale of Ante Bellum T tb BY Ta. LZNKINwATZB. be iContinnedi sh CUAPTER XI. ti The sun rose clear and bright gilding the an...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 16 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. sitW Oi&LKAM5a., 5WQifDAY, To O 1f, 181. T rtest th Cathlse of lasMhria in laer of Pep* Paim 3* Sp troi Wheras, we are rmly persded that it is. V ncumbent upon every tllget being, and, Be, mor -eoia cilly upon us Cat'elict who mike rofession of following the predictat oftbe mQoe rinAsno of isfgdo (dI- *uh over ' vangli our vo the i oeas of truth and jn tie above all, when we behold wisdom d she gd ess outragedo b oy an intrigin mcaN tahe p who acknowledgl S e no law eave te. perj h lntinet of his own heart, who proclaims no Chris Smiht save that suested by the uroea and efall order and rUelgiou, and whose reason is among wholly swayed by the opinions and asrived of hs of men legued with the rine of Darnss Th is eontrivug plots of maice and avowed time, wickedness ime, And whereas, the city of Rome, the es of many learning and the fine arti, ..d thenreme of the rhitress of morals for the last eighton bun- givet red years o the world's existeno...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 16 April 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. C"*-C asw Os tmas. SrIDxAf. APIL rS. tosTr.\ was re ethel(si xISamLLmADus 1313 M* ofgra *, *versitJ Deaam. t.l.oZor4 Bishop of Kllaloe-It co-ope ith the deepest regret that we announce ray, day the deat.h of the Most Rev. Nicholas mat er, the venerateib and beloved Coadja- that o relate of the diocese of Killaloe. The' o U vent occurred at his Lordship's real in Nenagh yesterday morning, at five theec k. It is an announcement that will lose at throughout Ireland with as mach on a h4 as sorrow. In the diocese, in ligions he had ministered as a pdriest andI for so long a perfod, his death will hon P ed as thesaddestof bereavements conoty a people will mourn for him with all countt itter grief of children for a father. t at the cherished body of the Irish a pacy, there was not one. of them tle i had ixed himself more firmly in the eons of his charge than the amiable The p, whose demise we record to-day head Severy memorial that e leaves behind irat ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 16 April 1871

r gmS t sar amd /sue _ * peopU u rlman a Y s Usepa6 rn m p Thi troplu au SWu----*- ---= : lisSlT tootp ........... . ....... • .................... " aat UA. . 1 t more. A a ...-.... D..ID aa m. m lie men. Fo . U 4is judge of the _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 n s that of its 1o · : ý ples ~gsasieat· ri5maemtLe serassuare seeh 45. Ple elect, si mloose principL 55W o worth; if ea- trae t iot. .. os..... .. each ieti. of trust; if Wan sa Psas.-aOur derat will And in which t he w-nd b toter olumn a card of ondolence from good tree a B ianRh No. 2 of the ibernn tion, and trn mble apon the ece~nt demise of our highly es- o hsly te wteemed fellowANi UDeAY, Joh WPilliams, 1. 1Esq1. themselvest Though intended for insertion in r l st o trace back I lsgUeits reeption w Sn dentaly de- y Sday. ayed until too lte. r. Williams was so rty. blame the ft well d so vorbly known, however, t. We t pt no enomiams throf gh the publ ic ana. T prit were nec ry . to bring his wan Dotorth to it Branch No.2wlege of the p...

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