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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 7 May 1871

t ~uStar CdathoHoreuebia -" ; oogw7 . b~~~~h Xomui~3~:LL~~) Si. he hem i·. i . ;t nl~t Qt;: No +H~'S awe thw ate;ov ofr: tel ete4s edlt went inNe Oesaa i~w~~~uTo pits.t~~D~,~Gt Pr..llat. ýl'" i'ce' Ar M Mwl TROý 0. Hcrm, - we aioy. of the 0..I RAP ;;;~t·$ q~lu*Y*wrPIP~ ? rtaknedeoinm nA ttothe Clawf a~i~~ AN eunaefleeae e 'ezOu teII DL]J doe i the et .uzDir;oee~e of ow me16W ldir.l0N ý fr i . .tYw ~ "" ý M M asw~ am 0/w-Ne. !9d Cemlelet s ntre "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEE THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD TH IN( SI " seat n ie * m n , sm a VOLUMEIV. NKW ORLEANS, SUNdDAYMORNIN~G, MAY7, 1871. ____NXJl L Merning Star and Catholic Messengr. b 33W ORLuaeas, sNDAY. MAY 7. l~sl. i - "FOLLOW ME." The Master's vle. was sweet "'I gave my lifafor thee ; . Bear thou tha cross through pain and lss; Arias and Idllow me." t I lasped It In my hands 0 Thou who diedat for me. The day is bright my step is light, 'Tie sweet to follow Thee ! Through the long summer day 1 followed lovlngly; t 'Twas ...

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. — 7 May 1871

, Morning Star and CathoUc Messenger. SW oLurAS. T. aTMAYT ry. 57. Stasr Name hw'ris A r.spelar Otsstlsas to the Qathlos Oaure. The lecture of Father Damoen at We - edger Hall, Louisville, on Sunday ght, bm alt., was a most intereeting urse, and was listened to with- pro ad atten ien by a crowded audien be audlence, catching the inspirati of the speaker, ieen gave vent to it feelings in hearty applause. The turer was a large, fine lsoking pri about sixty years of age, pesees a voice of gret compass and powe and with m lrseness of style and smade himself Shrd do the furthest aite of the hall. His subject was in an swer to popular objections to the Catholic religion. The first objection to which he alluded was that the Catholic Church was opposed to the people reading the Holy Scriptures. This he pronounced untrue, and declared .at all Catholics throughout the world were urged to read and study the Holy Scriptures for their edification and confirm ation in the faith of the true Catho...

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. — 7 May 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. sUW OnrLah, MUDAT. MAY 7, r44. DOMSTIC O OA L K I9TBaLIDERCS. Cont rlatons n St. Vincent de Paur's Chl7rk, Mobile.-Oa Sunday, the 16th alt., Rt. Rev. Bishop Quinlan, of Mobile, assiet ed by the pastor, Rev. C. T. O'Callaghan, confirmed, in St. Vincent's Church, forty eight persons, two of whom were converts. In the evening of the same day, the chil dren renewed their baptismal vows, and were addressed, in his own happy and beautiful style, by the Rev. Father Ryan. Coaflrmation.-On Sunday, 23d alt, First Communion and Confirmation were admin istered in St. Augustine's Church, by Arch bishop Purcell, assisted by Rev. Mesrea Luhr and Schumacher, to one hundred and thirty persons. The Solemn High Mass, the ceremonies and music were deeply im pressive. In the afternoon, the Archbishop gave confirmation to twenty-seven persons in the Chspel of St. Lawrence,on Seminary Hill; and blessed a beautiful statue of Ma donna and child, lately obtained from Muni...

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. — 7 May 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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 7 May 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. A bM ts w RlJLUZANs. iUNDAY. MAY z, Ital. which i --- DITORBIL D OTHER ITRS. Jenklni The Boy burglars have grown to be a pest at Long Ii Bochester. and ref A new market, to cost $150,000, is to be aeconw built at Orange, N. J. Phils The new styles of ladies hats-some of actor them-are decidedly "f at." the lin A California professor is writing an ela- conduc borate treatise on a fly's nose. Miss A church in Iowa has expelled a deacon being for attending a base ball match. Heavel Five children were poisoned at Coving- windo' ton, Ky., by eating "poke root." killed. There are twenty-seven different kinds Mai of baking powder made in Boston. pum The Duke of Broglie has returned to his Tr post as French Ambassador to London. s " Webster's spelling book has been put o cotnti thq list of studies at Humboldt College Nea The paper collar crop in the oted one fe States amounts to 500,000,000 annum. ant sa Miss Nileson hss invested 130,000 in from r real e...

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. — 7 May 1871

U wisnng Star and Catholic Messenger. O eww asELUxAS, SUDAT. MAY , . 1U. *t Tau aim TrAT Baven Ua-Two painters , were employed to freso the walls of a eathe- m dral. Both stoodon the rude safold construct ed for their purpose, some forty feet from the m oour. One of them was so intent upon bhis a work that be became wholly absrbed and, in u admiration, stood off from the poture, gasug at it with biteoe delight Forgetting w Ihere r he was,' be moved baok slowly, surveying leisurely the work. of his penell, until be bad sn asred the edge of the plank upon which he n, tood. At thisertial moment his companion i turned suddenly, and, almost paralysed with th horror, belleld his imminent peril; another in- oo setat, and the enthusiast would be preipitated of upon the pavemnt beneath. If be spoke toa him, it wa certain, death if be held his peae o death was eqally sure. Auddenly beregaine t bis presence of mind, and, seising a wet brush, b eang it againt the wall, spatterin the pio tete w...

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. — 7 May 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. WV O LEAS. IBNDAT. MAY 7. le7r. WIT AiD WIDOlx. "'Tis sweet to court, but ohl how bitter to court a gal, and then not git her." The Cincinnati mode of getting rid of moth ers-in-law is greasing the kitchen stairs. Can Moore's description of the peri im "Lala Rookhb" be called an ex-peri-ment in poetry I "Don't cry, little boy. Did he hit you on purpose T" "No, sir; he hit me on the head." A man is often said to be " in advance of bis age," but the remark is never made of a woman. A country editor editor says seagsr has gone up so high as to produce a slight increase in the price of sand. The resou} of going out on a "larkrvsery generally is that the last part of the lar you see is the bmek. Archbishop Whately, describing common place preachers, said, "In their sermons they aim at nothing, and hit." Fishes eyes have been found to make a fine quality of gluten. This is what enables them to fasten their gaze upon an object. There is no rule without ...

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. — 7 May 1871

l orning Star and Catholic Messenger, [tWa OaitLAa3. EURDA?. maT z. Iltt. KLumfL0.LAN UU UI.AIK "Ms. Alleged Outrage by a eldier.-On Tbhurs day an aged woman named Kavanagh, who aesides at Skinner's-alley, appeared before the chief magistrate at the Southern DI Visional Court, to swear informations against Private Henry -Tyrrll, 8th Hussars, who was not in custody, for an alleged at tempt at violation and serious assault. The woman, whose head was bound up and whose face exhibited several severe wounds, deposed that she was passing along through Long-lane, coming from the directions of Mr. Woodroofe's Island bridge, when hbe met Tyrrell, who accost ed her and solicited her to accompany him. This wasrefused, and it was alleged by the witness that Tytrell knocked her down and edeavored to commit a criminal assault which she resisted, upon which the soldier struck her on the head and face with the butt end of his horsewhip. The witness stated that she escaped and went towards the barra...

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. — 14 May 1871

r.. "i .e...n fn _ 'm ,,.. .. Mest Rev. A..bbiahop N. J.7 P o .u" ,,,, oJ 0+,.+,-b .. i, 1- "T ., V'ry n . in.+- +"ud esaj ow t .aIn+t eos .. ':wlab a.maT XT -Rev. . M wio,th5*l - - i Rev. T. .7. EIaNY, J. b. Rev> 3oax FLxANNAGA. Kr. Joux T. GDONI, l Mr. 3ows Mosasmm, Mr. T19R 0. .wuam VeyBv G arx, f rdameta ban tae, sat ouet now . .JM.Ammaneoror asv . J. n ', f4 -,,"+ "am, ,r m age.. Bev: Joni PL,,.. im,,. '. . r .r,.. ..: " ' .-., ., .... wone o.ase~se.as cma.'oate t. " HOW BEAUTIFUJL ARE THE FEET OF THEE THAT DRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS I" - va.M IV NEW ORL..ANS. SUNDAY MO IJG AY . 1871" - N 15n " A ý ."t 1. l ... ,+ ýi pr. ao T . o p..tim , •( 'h "rº ' 'ýý q mo"m "  " 3Pulimdmaek Omee-."o.'~,arodaoet..t "HOW BEA-tUTIFU ARE +THE; FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINIGS I" 5is..., lýml;ni~ VOLUME IV. NE+W ORLE]ANS. SUNDAY "M0 N1NG,, MAY 1'4, 1871.•-1i+ rm the Debthlia Natoni TRUE TO THE LAST. r b5b5575T sesd his consent to the Prussian 8aeparati...

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. — 14 May 1871

- Mornng St and Cathoc' Messenger. /SW ors3L as,. seAB. MaX 3r tan. emanrzo ceasum saiasnza . OMbikas.-Louis John Inubausen, ste Alet of the Diocese of Natches, in minor S dtent, died March 14, 1871, of ebolems orbus, at the Seitmary of the Dloeseof Aqui ion Italy. He was a native of Co ega, i Prussia. A ypung-man of nan F elt g rets of manner, whleh he om oted Wtta ueasig seal to win sols to ,A mong the German soldiers in the '1 s.ervice, among the laborers in the ae d the wagoners on the road. hbe * improved every opportunity to arouase them if aegligent and toencourage them if fer went. A Jesuit confessor in Rome called Shim an apostle of the soldiers, on account 4f the aumbere4Mbtbebraught every week to make their confession. emember him in your prayers and in the Holy Sacrifce. Gbomr6mfise.--"On Sunday, April U;0, dres communion was given to a large num ber of children and adults at the 7 o'clock Mass, in thbCathedral at Cinaolnati, which was celebrated.by the Most Rev. Arch b...

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. — 14 May 1871

joining Stay andCatho llMessenger. 53W Ol1UAx5e. SUNDA. MATY 14. ten. 30FROM m0R. EwE, April 13.-T 'Pasbcal Commt io, have been' most numerous this ydar cod, what is still better, spontaneous and trvent. In every parish numbers were made on the 12th April for the I]oly' Fa her's intentions, and many hundreds at he Basilica of St. Peter were offered on the awe day, being publicly inscribed before iand. It is said that the Princess Margaret made her Easter Communion at the Parisah :harch of the Quirlnal, 88. Vincenzio and Luastasto. If so, no Roman priest took ny part in the act, and it most have been he Court Chaplain, Canonico Ansino, who asumed the responsibility. Prince Hum ert certainly did not perform his Pasebal rties. As the Holy Father is said on very ood authority, to have remarked: "Biz nua ehe certa gente ha o manite moelts mrga" (Some people's consciences must be ery elastic).. Those members of the' oglish Deputation who remained over aster Sunday in Rome made another Co...

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. — 14 May 1871

S oaning tar and Gtiholl WessenUger. • ss ava*tns s , w a& maoma.ro 1Ug m UVI Rt wr SmUPLY M I. m e Me aa.m .-.. ...............................p M. me .. «..,. ........ ....... Us. Tire ....... I.M ....ges................. .... .I .. a m r~·ur .................... u......... . ..1 *LEA P IoM *m Ws Taw o. au *o.T :...a fea!"so f the s T................ ..a sU w" eeon' ................ io is / ae aex ........ .......... is 1n1 a 1a Ia lea ovwalUeb atin, 1 s asersqueare s . ot vo pe ast p aSdloen t alloweld on t aom .,us nswerted at aoYe at with tI dlmeoert. aensd T aervveishearles meto iaria o Wauw sad &ma) Iulahatjr idvstueOM6In, atlit so lwleesea eensane n ho. t  S OliLKANLa. s o DAT. MAY 1o . ic7. l ,*O AA OPar'n WAL .r e. a...... W ayi _s -lhe, I Sdan,m v ....smay 1s-anoatles a Ouar ORee. ~iaay..- May i-S. Beuadia of lieno4, CoPafe I Trh Ascasox.-The great feast of the ii Abscension of our Saviour takes place next Thursday. Every body knows that it is a holiday of ...

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. — 14 May 1871

timing Star st e saw Ou :Ili. SUNMAT. MA lt t}st.. ZD1!AO3IZ . D o£MM33 RM Mrs. E. Topper Wilkes, a Minnesota woman, has a salary of 0W00 a year, d is to get more. "Equality," says a Freach writer, "means desire to be equal to your superiors, and perlor to your equals." T. D. Rogers was found dead in his wife'. ve, in Lowell, Mass., Tuesday week. o'had taken laudanum. Immoderate laughter killed an Indians an one day last week. It brought on emorrhsge of the lungs. A showman has made an offer ofmarrige the two-headed girl, but he isih mortal of a suit for bigamy. On his late return to Salt Lake, the Hon. . Young found his wife drawn up in a ollow square to receive him. Stockton, California, is talking of build g a ship eanal, connecting it with the "ciflo, at a cost of 41,117,000. The Boston base-ball club -beat the At utics of New York in a match game last eek; the score standing 25 to O. "Henpeck" is the name of a postomee in lexandia county, Illinois. It does a Sbusiness-the malls...

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. — 14 May 1871

M ruing Star uand Catholi Messenger. 'w ," & rAW3. UNDA T,EAlT !i. rin. S-- ---------- -- gilsh Umiamta sat eCatbtis Iatrmta m Twit .roa E M' " ,, ' Twas T um raxa oalrr.Latsbw- Tr CATOtJra AssOCZA1OXAR1 A O'CQ N4. The sufferings of the irish pugoe had eached - their climax when ,; G Pe III. came to the throne. It was lo t of the policy of the sovereign to releve, them; but his Ministers were sometimes more tar seein than their master, ,,both , parties in Ireland-the Catholies o'a the. protest sat patriots-assumed can attitude incresa ingly manly and formidable. Under the viceroyship of the Dbhke of.Torthumber land, even the attorsey-geneusl Tisdall, denied "that an great national interests bad flowed from tie penal code and as to the conversion of paplat, it had been mis erably inoperative-forty in each year, on an aver - -ost-number thal had comp over to the established religion." The severity of the penal laws, together with the scarcity ofomoney employed in commeroe and im...

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. — 14 May 1871

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger, 3w onaLINS. sUNDAY. MAY14 1o1J4 WRI AND W3DOI. Man-hood-a bat. Song of the billiard ball-" Oh, carry me back l A spoiled obild-the one that played with a kerosene can. - When is a man like a looking-glass When he reflects. When may a laundress be said to be starving ? When she (bh)eats her iron. What is it that goes up the bill and down the hill, and yet never movest The goad. What does a grocer do with all his things before he sells them t Gives them a weigh. When does an editor play a singular trick with grammar? When he declines an article. A Western paper says of an evquing dress: "It bursts open at the top and foams all over." When Adam and Eve partook of the tree of knowledge, did they study the higher branches? Amy Rlehadeson, of Iowa, weighs 352 pounds. No man will marry her, for fear of big-Amy. As we" often hear of flying brick, we ought not to be astonished at hearing a chimney flue. - A shoemaker announces that he is will ing to giye...

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. — 14 May 1871

Mruing Star and Catholic Messenger raw OuLt"WS 5PEI YI 14. 1un. The audaeloers p+p.roa ot Mr. Lambert, the colleague of .. Diarsel1, in the respr aentation ofB acuJghasbhire, to assimilate the JaqryLawý Ireland to bhat of Scot land, was under disensalon in the House of Commons on Wednesday. The arguments by WhIeb Mr. Lambert strove to Iaduce the Seaoye to agree to his proposal prove that that gentleman is just as wise In mattersof state policy and as well informed about the ttIf Ireland uas a stpid and ignorant E nliah squire might be expected to be. His greatpoint was that in Scotland there was a greater percentage of convictions than in Ireland-the unwarrantable infer ence, of course, being -that Irish juries, as at present constituted, do not convict so willingly as Scotch Juries. Assuming his Igares to be accurate, it seems to us that it would be just as reasonable to infer from them that there are fewer criminals in Ire land to be conyieted. Mr. Maguire moved the rejeetion...

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. — 21 May 1871

EornlngStarandCatholloMessenger rhao No o.... or e ...p.W. s ....w....e Ie.. .1 r Ta Rom e S&vn has bee. sesh s .u th ori ty o f t e D iooes , to sup ply TheDirecstofetaOCmpasyaea: admitted want in New Orleans, "ad _ost Beobbtop N. J.Pc, mainly devo to" the interest .et e VNst Rev. Archbishop N.J. Pscaiman To prevent all &.ue , and to latwaatee Ver. J. Yo. o Axurx, V er. the P t dert ing, t - ev. T. J. Ka, a Jint t oompydthe ag. ev. Joan FLANxAeAx. " - . _ Mr. JoaoT. Omons, ; , dollaers et t o Mr. Jo McCasr,th ei Yr. JoLan E I . RAMONDDu uR taking a nd om d tI8S erni St nnd oCas t o beadd Mesed to eth . of our Dinoese __________________ _ ,_ _t . 3M. Aoncauzmop o+ N°o Oz.rD, hSienlie Omeie--Nae 1a sdesetm "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THE THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" m-wu ena, inAdes VOLUME IV NEW ORLEAN8, SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 1, 1871.NU Merning Star and Catholic Messenger. Ion her bhandkerchief the impress of an ass's bn NUggIw* weed.ce ih 16.at e. The likenese...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 21 May 1871

M rning btar and Catholiec Mess pr. tr i ]raw Om.BAn, s'UNDAY, MAT ft. t1 . l SfPer the Moring Star sand Catmhele Meanosi .i ble a STEE BUFFEBRING CATHOLIC CRU H. m - Dear Mother Church with the I mor at b With thee I sorrowlag pray; Thy heart, with reml Ma h term. him ln Calls forth oar tears today. with e Thy enemes ae wlwith rage, rob And mem's my s ai lety, a They emase not spiteil war to wage, that h .ad mkoo thes in thy pain. " WI to her Thy holy alters are profaned of Unt By matagsoes hand. " 01 Thy pdeat, though bleedlgaind eoneand, You Saht fearless renad the stmd. with I tion at Thy eamseerated virteg mer I [an T huh s tesait tbeir fath; life an Om paeatfi aoietesme rdely torn, few wi Await a mar' death.he Sa ra s new Ia Gad thy trust, ' oerle, Asaldt thy grief and pala, c-r 4 Thy foes shall slan into the dast, along But then shalt rise asn I "I wil SAnd noble al thy trismph be ae rel With glory on thy brewi nees, t And m at hall be thy v iotery in he O'er thes who see...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 21 May 1871

Merning Star and Catholic Messenger. stew oaAN. 5UM, sa k, : Iir. as sn. iity.l.th amivuwrs y f hOur Hly ather In the Diocese of Natches, where the congregations are small and much seattered, the most of them have made their protes tations of affection to the Holy Father, and of indignation at the outrages com mitted against him. Many of theso;,pro tests are in the same language as that which was adopted in New Orleans.. All these papers, with the signatures attached Jo them, will be transmitted by a tvorable iopportunity. But in the meanwhile, for the purpose of having the Diocese 'reresented in. the felicitations that will, be offered on his glorious twenty-fik anniversary, the fol lowing address I"sent by mail, and com mitted to the kindness and seal of Very Rev. Dr. Choeard, Rector of the Amerfcan colledb, t1 e'presented an that occasions Moat Boly FafAer-Your children of the Dioeee" of Natches, on the bank. of the greatiiissisppi river desire to unite their voices Is the gener...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 21 May 1871

l ingtar and Catholic Messe r. sas. or msun" nwa Dr. w ~£ avaai, £ses o a e m ... .SAs.... . ... . . ......... at IIheri . "...s.......................... am | ,e.esass. e. To Terse a ad a. . oSli. G. R o ea :::::: h r eeis iervcs fiso ha ir o......... ....... . Ill eue ho. - he....e.............. 1e t s to  lwV.e oau the pearet sof aie o ree n m mea brn thsclhde .ae has bee i serss bm t a the eletion of our we ll-known fellow Witn, Jo4n , u A MTNRSO M, Esq. 51. Tn.. AISanOPS ZlUNrs RE .This after Msoon, t 4 o'clock, l. D., it sarrasnged that Weisssisy.N Jy 34-1554 Ol U. e. Msa el We have the pleasure of announcing to at oar readers that Mr. Tepipalos. G. resPIdence, forand the lascort siou years connected withop to the a yea., has transferred his services from that e paper to this. He will i m this date have r the general management of the intreliious cerests amonies and bformal rnes of the MORplacNIN ST. It is c place on the Board of Directors, mtestimonial in the part ofde va...

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