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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 29 October 1871

lg tMorning Star and Catholollo Neessengefl on l HLas Monllo EtA has been starte rusumsD WZEELT -T I with the approval of the eoelesiastio O O. authority of the Diocese, to supply s steor eaeasor rsa* '.r v ao dmltted wait in New Orleans, and i No. es1 carenderesaes-wamainly devoted to the interests of the yease street. I I- Catholic chubch. To prevent ll failulre ad to guaranMe loat the permanenoy of the undertaldng, it t sRev.eo *oº re based oa ajoint stock oompay, the apt IMoit Rev. Archbispp . J. l enit. tel of whioh is one hndred thousan tev. J" 3LOY3I ; r _-dollars, in five thousand shares, of tw_:: e -Rev. *T. oD, V.c. K .- dollars each. Rev. T. J. Fomar, Mr. Joule T. GmBoS,- - WA spprove of the raore.~ld under r. Jo< McCi-CAY, .taking, and oommed it to the Catholl of our Dioces Mr. Jorts Hmil sro, Ie ,' t J. M. A tcununso o rNw Om.xaus. 11 ommunicutionare to be addresed to the s... .... . .eonea oee-No. 4C lt uHOW EAUTIFUL ARE T FEET OF THEM THAT RIG LAD TIDINGS OF GOO...

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. — 29 October 1871

*w'nihg Stu and -Catholic Messenge. oat ==MW 01. s. UDanrnT:. oQCT(DDB 15.6l to LIF.E AND TIME. e Lilt is no "as? i t // GAs f! ear da"tea tar ýn oow od wit . The t a b reat • Iwo al b7 ",t f Ji. vi s.oIaes winteoI7 h tnst nLdke bean o= gl her ond ie S . t t At ash  how o Tn, u eL The dreswa arehon. the ratstoe pa, he o Rak rweevs calml ylk the leas, - ... . . ..e a . w..ith ..e..'ats. . r , r 0m dory the.hoe , p And i*y gtO liUttle part e r Lie e shsed mur i. : he .Tea .. .as o1 how great rim Aart. o !ThaBt went glttnaes tee. eos kmsl. t tlFro the ornig 4us ad Catholic Mepaerehl IR th - - _. - (A NovZ.) ..__-._ rn o hs , .og -tuerd a o . aml. __ a'ts brahetto, eha i l thrlant' ro ; thnio rhDown 4oeab die to lie}ro`' albuhd rasef al de, two pair of brown So omkticn Ih.o w beown he s; bright mre erch ef.or h mother a ids ay la of fbor Jin . Ljim n apron for the goodrold woman and. two >n~b e handkerchiefs ofu the eon, corn- i ed her eon ort of Aunt o oy' herpt. t h-v have a...

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. — 29 October 1871

Tarn zminusm4i~ ~ ai;a L*T Or Tau HOLY OCa .- 4es of ear eaders are aware of the ernister'tt this 4grvg in stitution, for it was aeies i'i.lat smisy's SrAJ4Ot few, wge op)$, yield to it sauMient credit for charitable uaa*lias. The Pathees of the olq.5I bve t his institution in charge; m)6 kthem.sse to oar Dlrl* L l be all- pre lsgrlI. They s* edr ameits pf ti the frlendm a espha 'sad fe!ter him igh youth to aanhood, bithety 'St bir irJ trials by making him a worthy , society and, still bette, a prst.etlm 0 i  tie Ssu Choh. To imF r eem aereS tha *in - fsmy ' ra, in 7 t, e ) otf aphla ,.oing i ,:eitaiq war to·Id iP o s % n.OMh orasd fatn d a the lre: ýthetrlobbl art the m. el-bein.to or re the omten e of oers."It. ils, lwee, i t anbplieasleto- g des' e prs I -rC thq period wer writteno Sit be oped, ma serve to ete ora n1 Pit ed charity fr the. aeedI beantr Ie ' aP the tyadcou ot, as o theeir annual tit.m wnvsto ther wgn throng the d and w ell-being or strew s them e aromati3 o 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. — 29 October 1871

swerum dmr ano b'Iý lms b : hN vpDUSIT .SUrnA.T *·, -,. -. ...s-m :::a : ?eerle. Se  ,o ::: .......... .s .....1.......... ... 5 '.' ' 1 5 :y.... :......... i ".em.eabe w J;-. It l... . . l , s a e is oois to. Eve rat o i0s A bbot - b O M...:... _a . : om-. De. O,, ian e an eoor ! t rr /a ro. J. Z. Lsmnuom , lAredo. and A.L-S~nVD ATr-Wedneeday nest, the blit of November, being Mi-Salnt:' day, is a feast of of obligation. Every Cathedllo is bound to hear Mas and to abstain from servile work, the same as on BSundays. The services in all the churches will be at the same bomus o en 1i Sunday. Tuesday, being the vigil of the see feast, is a day of fast an4 abstipnee. To thursday will be AU-Soul' day, which is a of festival of devotion . ~o BayV. FATmn RYAi.-Oar readers will be F pleased to learn thlit this distingauished poet " and orator will deliver a lecture at St. Peters Churbch, Thib Ditict, on Suand, evening, PO November 19t1, prox. On this 'eaton the publio will have a good o...

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. — 29 October 1871

31 . 'dMa. - osonot Tan. )iarssu Y I -o ta L vi r or of fait ru HOLY Canoe.-Mest of * ndeas are Theme aware of tahe existeesu a[ this deservig ia- out in stitution, for it was emtled. It last Banda y at bis STA, but fw, we op syield to it sufmieat to the credit for charitable speMlme. The Fathers Cathil of the IfolQgsp.1~av1e this institiution ain aho charge; aa4t th em t aet to arntm I be sR-plprae'givu. They aid. o . if SA the friendless orphan 'OA *ekae hims. to IBaM youth to umanhood, but th)y `t bim '5 therai trials by making hie a worthy u 4sm£r- f mutth society and, still better, a gasie ei e more. the Churob. To impress upase er ie ste school necessity (nay,bee duty) of 5 idssIng costal and sustaliinJg so d i' iar' t .ai t ea it true n not inappropriate to give s brief ameunt of al to - the institution. Firt, a. to 'Lt l o m: be eal time in May last th. rrsem Ar t who had tion. in charge theboysddt amaplasUtM51'4 learnt Third Distrit, eep ived teiss rf teUofee-i th ring...

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. — 29 October 1871

n11ý at d ,Ctha 2 icC6011 Me=S: Uw a ZnOA l smit", Go'O e, aIsm sAc agcoUas or Ns Yons =Deth . the Bev. Chan. (Dosdhseu, O.BL-The Rev. Charles ODonobUe, Redemptoit, departed this life on Sunday Oct. l5, ft the Convent of the Redepts4st ,iU Third q street, New York. to 8t. Peter's ChAreh, Hierstreta, , Y.- - This new church was .olemnly dedicated il an the 15th inst., by tbe Most oer. Arh- w Sbishbop MeCCcskeyas55ted'b i large nmm- ce er of the Rev. clergy. 'Ibe cbhrch is di Ssplendid structure, iad eiptesalvo 'of the bi eneroaus devotion to the interests of rell- th glon which is felt b.y the parsbliouers. bi The chuseh will seat twelve hundred per- tt sons, and cost 650,000. to Diocssa or FPILJADELPIA.'The La- Cl therea Observer, contains the following an- ii noouncement: * Gone to owme.--Our readers are aware that some time ago, Rev. J. H. Wagnerand th Prof. C. I1. Build, of Lancaster, Pt lpo- th tatised froma the (UGermasa) 1 teiied lt Church and west o'u .r to RHate. TiAe. ...

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. — 29 October 1871

-- O-- L "-THi 1 shore.. Fasncy bread-A root the eye. } ean A anstlerabelfl-A gId* shoulders, about threw Pressed for time--Eptias mummiler. log. This The last cup of a oarouse is generally A Thoopi as a hie-CuP. rataI The greatest bore in reeation-The Mount hi and. Cenis Tunnel." alt l be v Qoery-What is the 'circumference of the aa oft .e waste of time I as the*ybs When is a smile behind time When it been' of i is a little laughter. wt , Who was Richard the Third before be have gaia e was "himself again." for on that Injurious perfume to a beautiful woman- to throw . The essence of thyme. some ames Doctor.Have von taken any remedy? a speies ti Spatient--No, butI've taken lots of physic. the shore t Poverty, like other bullies, Is formidable fors great only to those who show they are afraid of take th- tr it. fisfkthpr I The best seats in the t trel are appro-, o h~ priated by the mausgers-they are the re- when the oeipts. soon wash Why are books your best friend t Be- him a rak...

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. — 5 November 1871

* ri gear + r n ,a rse,. >Ad 44 r ras.. i Si, t sr sate Z1 wh eýiso e ora . ... . + - -' - - ,e . ". ,tti. n P .ec IIs w.3it. o e Ih on ee1 y1 , jdeg ease so mose i e liW f illlt ia5 o kits iar erita but a portion or r l ad tbat " member o theing been fTamil. bee t beard the or, Iget v with osaeeh e ru o o.th rd and-so r Jlbasll. And then, my mthower oasol m i of leartel crimea Iour aneator's losv w oby youe, out to harm but P io, aru0. It alwasys amrd hen ot Alt SWho or wt ws it t" asked the oung Ian awed in spite of himself. n "i do not know, plied the Dootor, in his - ow l an tone . "An anestor of mi perished In a duel. e ar say that h1iso gulty spirit wer not geto revisit eath, to explae its sin I S warn it deeendantre seaest the pas i that esped ite doom That a n unown Swe amongst un, doing no harm, ir fear, I bave neverl for one instan 1u Paean I with it now," he contined °ms t. heard no more in the old, et etle b the . A few yebars sinea it stoked e dl m tread. The re...

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. — 5 November 1871

Mrning St a i essenger. 33W ftIRLNAK "UFld l UAi33'5..1671. IaiD, AN 8U JMMZL. mm td ant suials w, J" r Jt a il e theb as, his r semea a " An ~saelsa P oul bring.. 7 "beae -atri atthaseziab r w In Xh. tha wl w toeti  Anhd smt t o b a l s 0 o ot shoee os -aheie mSesat am.y. flgteatvsroLyy.1s Oor 1581 As ifarngels, sa easssaeloxstdsearing S ptmie ws aIt sM as o .a-ls-I .atere.atae Tlreeaa eerIseew id s ~ se atd nt&igeanos bttwa o sets o oiedlrovo eier ie tar ith Inee o sagteme. bro t sa8asth hunl th Iw Te wo e o s o tor iharoodae meran et. Tha dsati a au atut istbnm WiTth gL. aimraI. atso dear I ow lw Mn n a . l ,we we ithis to intnr - Oa n ts ofethe o ned mow ha lle. _ o or b n noe lgs lo t he wetthaei e naturebi ine Jef a hed gr ar if g go a mile. ot Mhe ilto t m k d s/ t sn. of Swe rea mrs et ttoel em mee. T lev liae thutl aore s wth i aswriee S an aotsianws brelevhtat eaa bests o i e ht ofD the elt iw ae I Sr n vhaNPon , Lea. October 15, 1e71. Editor Morning Star and C...

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 November 1871

Sda~ss).,-.--..... ...r...... ...... . .. .t .. -..e.r ...... . .. soo e .ress ls h $a . 7tr¶o1--reth, aptst . .......L...v. 5.' S onrdB I . t A gment for the Star. J.n . .::..S4 s LB Ir · e t s  h e conidy o o streets,, Mthr. a' J.7..... 5l-v.5 Laiermt. Mry .h .oasv. -beeve is aethoriedp tor solie Iurns e re ataAo v lain ganto re ve e or the st. 1Se. . .or -, or Daup1t etrot, Mobte. -. t.Hon. L. -0rDnc Pers Ot.3,tBo Mr. Thomss Ceeere as authorlizd to eolloit. esmbsoiptlons forthB Moas~o Srin and to re eLavoge payment for t he same. r.eoaL,-eo nre pleoapsed to noate the rea turn of Mr. M. L. Byrne, senior member of' the wal-known dry good's firm oef M. L. Byrne o Co., corner of Jackson and Magazine streets. Mr. Byrne has been on a trip North and re irns, we are happy to learn, in greatly Im proved health. Ato n mAocasn o Naw Oaml h s.-His Grace, Archbishop Perche, dpring his late pastoral visit gave confirmation as follows : Sept. 28th, at LoekTort, 142 persons; Oct. let, at Houna...

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. — 5 November 1871

,r nlns 9,gyýft e. 4ae ngP. delight, . 710 Sar. IV ead Cath C-press Gro X .--On entering this beu- shool tiful .r of the des, thoe. at object that gious) I meets the ie is the broken column that readers marks the resting place of Irad Ferr, the Don t brave-hreman wbo lost his life in the die- sir . ! charge of his duty. Side by. side with the w i gallast ned Ferry,.lie, 'awaitlti the fnal temý, the mortal reqanin of bfeman J. W. iie. Many costly and elegant private tombs adorn this graveyard. The wealthy oho have not been unmindful of their depart the oho relatives but no partiularisation of the - th th puleohbal displays will be attempted here. oharge The simple offerings and poorer decorations of te those humble in life delight us more. A large t.'Patriek's.-This oemetery was unusually orot well attended, the decorations of the tombs one of showed great taste and care and the floral of- O. n1 ferings laid on the graves, were almost beyond h, number. 'Quite a crowd stood ever aro...

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. — 5 November 1871

DO>m @ain1 iuiirt mind q AncuDIOCuss or INw To z.-Chtmc Dediogie/Pr-On 3naday.ihitlel th * gs Rev. Arebbishop, assustty several of t reverend olergy. of i dediteatd to the service AI the invoeation st P , lately erected at H Roekland sd county. On $ rý i;p Very Rev. Dr. Stt to the v service of Almhightsy ,under $he inve- hi catgp of S.t> Drole, the church la es 6 Hlbl u o1 Brewsters, Pat- (i nam county. * ' h .-T Most Rev. Arbh- we a the Sacraments of Cod -lrm#Iq SU dya, 24 Its., in sS. Peter's e(l Ch ure _ v w, to ~35 persons, 10 of tot whom . , some fsiro the Mission of Pier- wl mon, ant 7b from the Mission of Yer- an plan g Point. On Tuesday, 17th nit. -in li the Chsob of St. Augustine, at Sing Sing, wi to 178 -SAV, th At alo, New :York, on Suiday, Oct. sk 15th, the congregation of- the Catholic wi Church in that place had just left the 1s bullding when it was blown down by a se vere ga le-. The colleetions made in fiteen New York Catholic Churehes in'aid of the CMi eago ...

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. — 5 November 1871

aw OzaARS. SUmAT. 1.rmu n , en. WT2 A=dD VW OW. The best help-Help yeaurelf. Good living-Living 'within your means. Slight of hand-Refusing a msarriage ofer. I Meantime--Theftimewben one's note falls due r It is murder to drown your sorrows, or to hill time Charity covers and modesty prevq'ts a multitude of sins. Take your standard of a man from his mind, and not the dress. Gold is a fool's curtain, which hides all his defects-from the world. "Come in out of the wet," as the alliga tor said to the young nigger. The "origin of spteches" may often be traced to the "Yeuve Clicquot." If a duck goes ito the water for divers reisons, doss he come out for sundry par poses. - . Why are your nose and chin always at variance t Beeause words are continually passing.between them. Happy thought, by a cheap shirt-maker, on his own workmen : "They come like shadows, sew, depart." An inrgtrtle bore wants to know If W-o-r-c-e-et-e-r spells Wooster, why R-o c-h-e-s-t-e-r don't spell RBoster. Reput...

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. — 5 November 1871

rm g1tSlaratd- oshillosi r-u is -Cardnala Antopellt s. ýlul5 illb The Tiohbornr se will a Nov. 7. as Ge. Bobt. A serue, of pter -fame, eo Is dead. A Colorado stea-eeper his custom- E era with FyNeKUt . tra Lady Herbert of translating the f a bu mdeos sedist de Lamrtine. an The French and English have compromised tii their commercial treaty differences. A hair dys man has made two millions in five ykErs, and wholly by advertising. shl The President has issued a proclamation for thi thanksgiving on the 30th of November. le1 It is officially stated that the Cuban war ai cost Spain 1$0,000,009, during the past year. wi It is again rumored that Prince lismarek of fers Metz dismantled for Pondicherry or Cochin th China. - The Queen of Belgium refuses to pay her ge dressmaker's bill, of 67,000 france, on the s ground of exorbitancy. re Napoleon expresses the conviction that an alliance between England, France and Russia N, will become imperative. A baker has invented a new kind of yeast. t...

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. — 12 November 1871

- ·, -L -T ¼ 1 i . Arab 11. .7. M._m ' Most Rev. 0.o N.J E ~ u.T vise r"lsMot. Rev. J. Xo'vuAu, t P MK. Jouw 1LUAwN. .:'_ doaileai Ae tssasa..u. .M.Jw T. Gmoai Mr. loam H wwanr Psl i. 1"Cwo"atk "HOW BEAUTI 1.ARE THEl1 OF TBEEfi 4T tit ° 0º THIGS tunPst1;I~~d bIT]E B IV*_ NEW ORLEAN8 UNDAX xbkR.Nm N( MXBFJ 1t2, 1871. -1 Mmrsn. Staer and USAtip Messenger. I eriously pluniere~d._ Tb. foce, of rheas (neitssIion has written an ordebt to the1 whole stak' Ia,*t'ftijedl~aA or rde. +wtn,4~...a~bh r . Star and Cathpi Messenger.  e saw :arus. so r. o aa asrt m the It . ooas vaaest I t-twoIa number, wil be 1 p The last bputation . o ber of -,r $ bse de et par-e ishes of the Mea quarter. These honest t natives delighte the Pope by their heart wr sentiments, wi they expressed, as td others on a h y ee uession, in thehomely but b energetolosie eaa.jaeirS. Some poetry in te stoh, was :ecOted .aieasset sagemene t hm to thes Popie de the ltabter the P e asttse of the sad wehr i they. bestol asd l...

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. — 12 November 1871

- ' . -- t WZ 5 jimSG TOAD. , Ig m llsgkt a i lsea hWii ' st"a-blats.bst 14e 'aysc ah er ..dt barwith vela qa tmei le. simuam her w d- h t mappaqlcrwn Is wvet lred'm bS.etsg w.fsJ Mi · Plveeas el*Z hio boer sw S'ver * , E eewa owens, Sa briote.a tams a s b idalfig /ahose1owsa wede omaA taheir v oie bald. Aall la iR's 1Mastaskas weo stand bI Na Iis Utlve sere a oa foretastes sweet. Wee thm wedded pely. iabsir robes of fight, * .l is id's stalind i 1-blOt ELLEN FITZGERALD; (A owVL.), . - - SIrMvs~ssat Wien tieh Y a m lols l P (9 xr. u.) S.l XllmU1. - ;" a Zeasebe Eouseietd. d et the district; for e o. could now, ina semet au5s~pn a her many great obilgation to*93 W oht d b givuba ebeth hbossend methe- 0bew, q.Jrletbl tooth to her memW ifiý 'fbqsxit b$ haprovido her with -Iblaso1 t._Hgerself, whaen tarowul egt 'he wo*l. -b hll ua Zee pas ore ight, and, lefife lt bys`a tba h' happy one bad not -two One was -secret theoabh . r own, in re _ .-rd, tp, a va.;tai other, that .Mrs. a ...

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. — 12 November 1871

tlonm: for ~tae . arte L" 4 and aiaa • . ni ýýýýt°'ýode.- $i + Wnur ma ee ooean. now co_ vition dy now sl . m l nderl`. po , , Dgibe.o d riends hw 0 he o atow' t~ o tuhe . whsetsra, ifean r o ovater pastr- p.Verta utxb ~ h be..- bdg adtthe istr f c e hal he- onfes, ho o e hase bairS~ls etr alseo1 e ; eseY**F o me and tohe It y. " o Se oclty hea tV t oynwies re nd uose, w roar' eare tern l thing o s; e i e s loed Wpel d"sn eo tedery The oon epoi~ o man.o need not Iepr s i. mo w ioe aie t oble eer t trssrle ". s . ... ..e the. thi es to n*al reah fportu -' - -itohoy tapeirsn of ri those who hvie g$ lapsed ; 7pelo"mn t one t Get ityslbue ,sobolse w.ebobeeo at ie D eath's ruoe door..sach Chrte beu ras-e da sees its orwn se yes onrh0 h woo Seoyow tieis the , it agfin The Mithds of bwrh n -theo gret as Qal tho.s Ernd sv u .  _ te tiotre 40.aa DO , o rdhas they traced last oth- e te f An rin sIIO~,  ee. m a a... .o moray ddn fi o h te mie besl convietion the n T th~nl home Geo...

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. — 12 November 1871

Labqh, *i 1Urrgrro NYrf O ADYSJ __im___m__m__ 'tiear. C tZ- pU d : r is a a a.o ·r- .... at 4s a n *o 11 l-.... 380 6s 44 t! b0 g a s10oo a its !illdg aes, $ p0130w qm loh In. 01 s'rW Ssr es.t djome.m Alowed on the above T O  r .boe ate, 'without dbeeoont. p1  .d a s lrttoe, .sh ee$tiou. ant~fi sea PaIs al Iaf utaw uerbeoqt., hi ý91 tltl xe·se, f atsa l ZLlretr " "30W ORL3A-·---SUNDAY. NOVEMBU 1. 1871. C CAL DAR OFT= rn wP N:Vo. IM:trotld. Pirg nd Mar. P UIArAay..... .. vrel*. DtaOI, Cow mabe .....xet.17-tft ýa# eso Ym7 N.. -ov. AB-Dedboaon of the Churehee of It. AD, Peter ani t. Pahl, Rem,. Ti Agents e the Stir. In J a ABuM. to P. J. Mooovanx, 20 Dauphine street, Mobile. de !ns. * foi J. D. iSAwra, eorner Market and Twenty- as Second streets, Galveston. J. S.LarmWT6omD,; Laredo. ra ar Arehdiesoe of New Orlesas. po The bleqeing of St. John's Convent of the Rey Croses, at Frapklln, parish of St. Mary, re eently establiahed by a number of the 8iaters the r New Orleans, took place on t...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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