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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 March 1872

Morning Star and Cathollo essenger r uearso uttEaD r 3 . No. 194I CrendeZte eares. Poy.m nde with the approval of the eolel Ljpeyetvm streets. authority of the Dlooeee, to admitted want in New Orlee . irtmooftnly devokd to the intmrait od o T*hetrecter of the Compan J are' Catholie Chur h. Mtaaev. bbhp . J. e To prevent all allure, an to Vry ev. G. R o, the permaneney of the eradek, Very Rev. G, RA'/h ONCD, r t J O r htO~k O0p ly Ter? REv. J. MoroznAlo. d on int eto oomno Rev. T. J. $EY. dollars, in ethouaandhare, Rev. T. J. BiTrr. e dolla sa h. Mr. Jo0x TE. Gznaeox -- / taking,ad eeammenn it to the i emmaieaaarm teedtrem! l t the o rDlme,1 mlusear*e rae ouelmalr . . t J. . oanusmaor 0 o m uema ,,eee ir s, 1 e,1I t. r m ea m-e es-re. I 9reasaet street " HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THE THAT BRI D TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGS I" VOLUME 0. NE_ 1 W ORLEANIS, SU Ya NINMG. MARCH 17, 187.NUBE Mrrning Star and CathoHi Messenger. SaW O4uANS, SUNDAT, MACEH 17. ILs. (gFr the Mening Star ad Cath...

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. — 17 March 1872

mernin itar and Catholic Messenger, a3 ouLRAS. SUNDAYr. ARcEa 17. '.t. In honor of St. Patrick's Day, we republish Father Ryan's maglifcent poem, ERIN'S FLAG. r SATHER SYA. anroll Erln'l l I flang It folds to the breete I Lot it dlos to'er t land. let It flash o'er tbe mea; Liit I ot of the duet-let it wave a of yore, 1eon oti chlef with their clas stood around It and Tha never!-no I-never, while God gave them life, And they d n a and a sword for the etrife. Thai never!-t o I-never, that Banner would yield As lung as the heaut of a Celt was its shield Ileo. tM hand or a Celt hed a weapon to wield And hi last drop of blood was unshed on the fled. Utit upI wave Ithight_'tlas a rIht as of od i lot a nisn on its Green. not a blot on ite oid. Thoeh the woes aed the wrongeof three hundred long wasi arched mlen's Sunburst with blood and with Though the louds of orelson enshrood it in gloom, And uaenhnd t l the undar orJ Toranny boom. look alof look aloflt a i h cloudas drlftng by,. d...

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. — 17 March 1872

lhrning Star apd Catholic Messenger. MW Oer.LA.N, SUNrDAY. .ARCH 17. 1it!. SaiinvronT. LA., March 4, 1972. To the ist*"or Mering star I beg to itforn you of a fact yp are a ready well awarei o, to-wit: that Lent, sober, sombre Lent, with its fastinpg and its abstinence, its' plentiful penance and paucity of pleasure, is in fell fores upon us. I once knew an old Professor who used to tqll his papila; " Eat a light breakfast an empty stomach makes a fall brain-" But 'my experience is, that an empty stom ack makes a bad temper, and a bad' temper makes the mind more: moody than active; ergo, Lent is a baeasonor one liable to its rigors, in which to do justice to the duties of "correspondent." SHad we poor fasters of SIreveport ready access to the bountiful supply of fresh Ash and oysters that are ever at hand for the penance performing portion of the " faith ful" of your more favored city, we might then boldly exclaim, with some irreverent rhymist, at present nameless "' Who weould n...

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. — 17 March 1872

wIing Star and Cathoulic n n eVsEY aan s MOZar ,. A. J. RYAN -"- Erron"--Cml. NNW ozuN. . WAMCE 1?. W#. u. wAssas smIT Y MARL TO Oat ADDams. *er. ... ae o{. .................. 9250 etay Copies 0 .. *0........... ** 00 o earders will receive attention unless so esspenied by the ea4h. - nts *r the iuar. avlsauiA. ' .a LAVrX, Franklin. 1 p. 8AwER, corner Market and Twenty Seeond streets, Galveton. A.1. LAmrnsocs, Lnarelo. sisy A......a I-a-iea dSE sle..... Nr. 15--t. OGelts. Arc alsl ol -- J r. •Y.., jese_ b - w.ee wb . l.Mr. 50-55L oel e1. tCe. emr r st-es. Uessudet Abbot "n-Save Deb"t C the N. Y. *..i. . ea-O the rLdo C. D. ELDom, CATnOLUC BoosEats, 194 CAu IrnmT, WILL SUPPLY, AT SHOSTer acs, AzLL OnRDsS 1oa BooKs, rSTTtOmmRY Ill DEVOTIONAL GooS0 or EsVRY KIIND. Net merely "A Legend of St. Patrick," but verad legends connected with his life are ussatifully touched upon in Bermine's lines to day. To-day' ehapter of "Ellen Fitagerald" por pays how the tenderest of human hearts...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 March 1872

"3rIng'Str and Catholic Messenger saw eas,-Aa ies DAD. MAWnR n. mW. cavm -sern. 2hA MHie..--4-ast 8uoiay the mission con dusted by the lsaarist itthrs at St. Peter's Cherch, Third Distiet, which commenced on the fth of February, came to a eloie. The mis sion was productive of much good, the olenreh being rowded at all the euxerlms. On the same day at High Mass a mission was eom mneced by two of thes Reverend Missloner, Fathers Hayden and Hennessy at St. Joeh's Chutch. The fervor of parulblomrshas bees well manifested by their attendance at the do votions. The irst mass Is said at 5 ooloek to on able working men to attend, after which there is a sermon; the seond at 6 o'clock, and the lst at 8 o'cloek. After 8 o'olook mass theis also a short sermon. The evening exerelaes com aence at 7* o'cloek. Those who may have thought, heretofore, that another church was not needed in tile parish, have only to attend the missionary services once to be convineed of the fallacy of therr opinion. T...

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. — 17 March 1872

Meng Star. and Catholic Messenger. 33W osmL3AN. WnTDAY. nARCH 17, 1h'5l nto Af dwp of WstseeiMs t steral Lutt,, (Oondauded om last rwSL.) Eugland Passing through a Orisis. The education of the people. of Eng. land is, therefore, at this time passing through a crisis which, for good or for evil, will determine the future of this country. We are wasting our time to political con tests and angry dissensions about theories and schemes of second and third-rate im portance, while the question which is vital to the well-being of the country is passing beyond our control into the hands of those who are undermining the- foundations of our national character. England is a Christian people; and the education of England, in an unbroken tradition from our fathers, is Christian still. Its unity was, indeed, shattered, and its perfection diminished, three hundred years ago. But through all its losses and confusions- the education of England and of Scotland is Christian to this day. Tile education-...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 March 1872

Meorning Star and Catholic Messenger. W QNLUA LM ¶DAT. ARC H !t. 17n. WIT ArD WIDOX. Hdn tu get a roadg Btra .uy a mena gerie. . The Happy Mesan-Old gent, who did not have the plate held out to him in church Iast San. ' An opponent, speaking of Mirabeau, said, "l'hat man would do anything for money-even a good action." " What do you propose to take for your cold!" said a lady to a sneezing gentleman. "Oh, I'l sell it very cheap. I won't higgle about the price at all." , Hamlet is believed to have belonged to the National Typographleal Union. He killed Polonius beeause he thought the lat Cor was a "rat." " I'd have you know, Mrs. Stocker, that my uncle was a bannister of the law." "A fg for yonr bannister l" retorted Mrs. Stocker, tarning up her nose, "Haven't I got a eousin as a corridor in the navy t" "Angeliaa, my angel, can you tell me why your lovely eyes are like fripads sepa rated by distant olimes 1" "No, Anguatus, I can't. Tell me, oh I tell me why they're thus." "Becausoe...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 March 1872

MWiinW Star and Catholtc ,essenger. P IRsw eUSzaNs sUNI Z MAlso 1r. ulse >V!")aa -N ----ART. TlYrtD STATmS. -bits the faot that we bhave nealy -500,000 11 bm=eblO5Ion hand, andthe clpacity for I amtu 100,000 monthly. - Wmce.--The debate in the House to-day in- Ie dicates action in favor of an increased subeidy e1 to -the Pcifio Malt Stesamship Company. .: 1ars. Dawes and Brooks advocated it; the A former is the leader of the House; the latter O is a prominent leader of the Democratio side. Mr.Btler op oed drb a few votes ferom the Democratic sde wold drwn his objections. / The most formidable opposition will probably be from Western representatives, who oppose the subsidy system. The vote will probably be tese, but the debate closed leaving an an- n gression highly favorable to the steamship - company. Tie fate of the Norfolk and New Or leans steamship sutbsidies depend on this vote. Mr. Hereford moved to suspend the rules and i adept a resolution declaring it to be an unoon- ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 March 1872

ornting star andCathollo nesseager r1" ,., . . ., .....ng ,nStar andCathoHo esse I1BrosurmD w T rlis. F _ 'r" rAsetw OrLasnW OAAhNo FuibeUMU Oamepm, Mas . yo. 194 Carendeld stret betweeng. rasdme Moaxte BTa ha. been etatte with the approval ofte eoei azq/ayele etret. thority of the Dice., to esupi e agantted want in New OrteN1 ad TheDirectorgofthe CompamY ares atnaly devoted to the intereet of t ost Rev. Arobbishop N. J. P holio hurh. . o e.h o .. tLoenleat. ' 4. To prevent aml failure, Sal to gminte very Rev. G. RAYMoND, Vicethe poraneas of the tadertoadng ry Bev. J. RMoxN baeed on ajoint etoo oepeay, the e rery Th. J. PeiYia a of whto h is onertam 'le * 'dellars, aAinve theOaan4 e at two aev. T. J. Smurm. doelae each. hr. Jo T. ý. , - " < " lix. JoHN MCCANNNY. dgtaelfsri 41 Avt iI K. 3N 1 ! ,. . -We approve of the a~ei AU. eemase,m e tobeasaleme to the me it to the Gathel •_erso__s__e__a__ee__a__nr t7.$. "ae oeg, usea Omee--o IN Ommadet et.rL "1HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FiT OF TH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 March 1872

Wvming Star and Catholic Messenger. W ORLANS.a SUNFDAY. MARCH e4. 1855. (ICr the Morning Star sad Catholle Messenger. ELLEN FITZGERALD ; (A jOVtL.) ,eatutlyediated N t emar of RICWAIRD 'AVI W rLA~ B, thie rlih Exile ,rd Poet, at 3. E ELDER. (Continued.) CIeAPITR XXXV.I 1 Ellen shuddered with the Icy thought that forced itself upon ber, but she knew too well I that there was something more than death, for blm abe loved, to meet, ard sbe prayed that grace might ehage his sorrow Into Joy andt 3ll his heart with other thoughts than those of love for her and bitterness at his fate. What beautiful instruotionas fell from the 1 lip of the priest, calming the taurmol of dis appointed hope, and making Life and Death r assumes a newer, holier upec ! rhof H leexaluned the tea the Cthnur, . retled the mysteries of Fbaith, pctored thei - oys of HOpe, the enduring beauties of divine I Ire, until Davis'l heart glowed within him, sad that peace which surpaeth all under- a tauding, began ite heave...

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. — 24 March 1872

Mrning Star and Catholic Messenger. 1sW erRLANS, SUNDAY. M]LCH st. 18e2. .JComnsloatdl THE AUn icrh&TION OF TE1 BLESSED VIROI . The Churchb, in perfect consistency, cele brates, under this title, the utterance of God's eternal eounesl, which coheres, in the message of the angel to the Virgin, with the Incarn tion of His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. The festival which commends this nparall eled event to the loving memory of eve77 1 - tholio, indeed, of every one.who claims to be a Christian, is recorded in the earliest li.tr gles of the Church, while the Fathets of the like early periods-those espeeially of the Eastern horebh-from 8.Gregory the miracle worker of the middle of the third century, to St. Basil of Silencia, of the middle of the fifth, have, in most touching and convincing homi lies, paid eloquent reverence, to this great mystery, the first and greatest of the Christian faith, and to its solemn, binding consesration, in the primitive devotions and forms of publio wor...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 March 1872

3jggj Stir and Catrolic Messenger. ý EaD r s Pr2T vJl Y n0CI. isr. A. J.BA - - - Eprronszl-Cmar. ·fir Ousm . DAT. MZRCH aW. ltr. Oba eQL· >It porn espe Smer ar Manl. TO oxl ADDuI5e. Cm opp (one s.). .. r....---)4. S00 •a.Copp a - . ... .............. .2960 -, ty C~i pw e " ............... so orders will receive attention unless so eesmpeatied by the ahb. - Agents fr the Star. t. LaxAus, Franklin. "'J . DuooAa, Baton Rouge. JD.D. Swrua, corner Market and Twenty Second strets, Galveston. J. L vDnscmra, Laredo. a ars........Sr. 14-Pe ine ofn Tmdy....var. f MaR eere --rt of. Wd v. era.P!Herved Wedes} o U'siay ...Mar. !s-Rely Thursday. C. D. E iaL CArnoac Booasmr, 124 Cae raseT, wUr. SUPrL, AT amoarlar omrao, AU. oamas 1won Boors, BvraloNTar DaN DavonoxAL Goose or ensY KaD. Owing to press of matter we have been nsempesed to postpone, till our next ssue, the pebihsation of several nteresting articles. Mk. Henry Peel is duly satherised to eolleot for the SBrA in New Orleanse soand Agl...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 March 1872

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. 53W /us. so3w rT. MARCH 24. le. Lt. Places de Paul'e Ckurc.-Thesolemn pro session of the "True Crems," which oeour sao anally in St. Visoent de Paul's Church, Third Distriot, wlll take place to-day, at SI o'cloek p. s. The procession will be comosd of the children of the Catholic schools, Gardian Angela' Society, Confraternity of our Lady of Seven Dolors, Coqfraternity of the Children of Mary, of young men carrying the instruments of the Passion and Christ on the Croses, and of members of the clergy'with the officiating priest bearing the relmc of the True Cros. The ceremonies will open with two short ser mes, one in French by Rev. Father Paillonu, the eloquent Jesuit miedener from Syria, the other in English by Rev. Father Jos. Anastaett, Vice-Chancellor of the District of San Antonio, Dioceee of Galveston; and at the return of the procession to the ehuroh, Will elose with the --Benediction of the Moat Blessed SBarament and the adoration of the ...

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. — 24 March 1872

srirdg Star and Catholic Messenger. mwi OLU . SUNDAY MARCH 54I. Is,. rZTTU rox 1r W TOr.C Nsw YORK, March 13, 1872. To the Editor of Morintg 8tar In an immense and populous city like thisl with over a half million of Roman Catholics, the eternal salvation of whose souls is endangered with imminent peril, because of the numberless temptations in the most seductive aspect, to which they are exposed and subjected, the advent of the Lenten season amongst us must neces sarily produce and possess a transcendent interest. None will attempt to deny the vital need of the soul'sawakening from the lethargic torpor of sin, In which, through an abandonment of the laws of virtue, it may have almost fatally slumbered, at any time; but In a time so fraught with induce ments as this, there are peculiar reasons * why those whose misfortune it may have been to shrink from the influence of Divine grace, and so transgress, should avail them selves of the invitation of lingering grace and make a more ea...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 March 1872

erning Star and Catholic Messenger. aw oarLAN., aSUxItY. aMARCH 2. 1749. -AwTm WISaOM. Why does a donkey eat a thistle I (this le you.) Becaue he'sa an ass. Which is the best way to make a coat t.-Make the vest and trousers first. All the difference-The ancients urned eir dead, the moderns earn their living. When a man has "no mind of his own " wife generally gives him a piece of hers. A miser's first rule in arithmetic is ad. tion, but his heirs generally begin with vision. What is birth to a man, if it shall be a n to his dead ancestors to have left such offspring 1 Why might carpenters really believe bere is no such thing as stone I Because :eynever saw it. Another poor girt has died in Virginia ,m the use of tobacco, at the age of 100. be was an orphan. Why is a. man never knocked down ainst his will Because it is impossible fall unless inclined. ,,Beauty," ays a French writer, " is all e virtue of some people, and virtue is all e beauty of others." " If a civil word or two will...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 24 March 1872

rmihng Star and Catholic Messenger. Ww oasos.AWS SUNDAzT. iAAC 4. lit. "*liul 1130 303a. Roma, Feb. 23.-Several olleesand ether eeclesiuatlcal and caritabla nstit tions have precnted addresaes to she Boly "lather during the week, and on Sunaday ft nearly two tionlsand inhabitants ofthe parishes of St. Marcello, St. Maria in Via, and St. Maria in Via Lata, were received by His ioliness in the Consistory Hall. As this is rather an aristocratic district, the nobility was well represented. One of the Roman Princes read the Address, and another laid a troly princely offering of Peter's Pence on the step of the Throne. I translate an Interesting passage from His h]oliness's answer: "1 invite you to unite your prayers with mine for four intentions. Firstly, we have to pray for the conversion of sinners, and for the perseverance and sonstancy in temptation of the Faithful here, and throughout the Christian world. In the second place, I recommend to you a special acd urgent need of the Churc...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 March 1872

HorningStar andCathollo Meyenger IornlngStarandCathoUlle rPauIaED WKEETL Of " aflaM Otlean. eGtAouc FuiWueion Copon t. at Tar =oaro r ba Bee° rtd e. CarondeZ tret betw ydreaend with the approval of the el t authority of the Dioose, to pp a 4fayettee treets. -admitted -want ia New Orles mainly devoted to the r o th theDireetor of the CompNay a.s Catiol Chutch. a mostT Rev. Arcbbibp Na. J. P inr, ae to reatt Mr om ArCh P J. athe th psnaentey ayotfI e unda Vr ev. o Vice Preident. bed on aPoint stoo apa Very Rev. . RoATmAr. tal of which is oee a eaad oa gole, snd ve thomadh , it oft n Jr eommunicaloe.r to beaddreaed the otON' x *eate4 ol usti aoiMorn irSadOai0"aeoaWager. Du.m M ttern est enes-w. Ms-oaamrooet street. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEN THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" Tema--ylraUer,, a; _al m14,n VOLUME V ; 'V N, W ORLEANS. SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 31, 1871. NUI ' Merning Star and Cathnlc Messenger. Tra PLsqumImaE , March 24tb, 1872. - Editor Morning Star sad...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 March 1872

ImtlnIg Star and Catholic Messenger. NSW OUmI IA. EU 'DAT, MABCH t1. 181s. THE PASSION. The bells are hushed-the altars wrapped In doom, A Savrloor's gri our Lmpal ea Invitee I Tbs sinner tremble r at tem impening doom . The Ohurh laments here pouse i mernf rites. re hymns ofJoy peal thrsgll the macred shrine Ie saerd )eet nfm earth to HMven ascenads eismh'a recrvd uson. 0 Chur, is thinea- - A he, with tnhy Heint. a weod prophetic benda. G mlhty seer. shall Ged beeme a cheld, om to eart and eaves Ha heavenly thrbe "hell Heo. Le besest mortal, he reviled S- - hall e, the Jast, for as of man atone I Tee, e. the at, the hatter cup eshall dralni And, atlent boar the sins of bhuman kind r thna abes, n his Meeumrw stat regadn. n d thus to dn'e garden ntMrc daad. His friend btra Hlm with a profered k To spit upon that es vile mlniono dae. Oan which thseeraphed s in endlwa m Lel meek. without a wordl, before the Jew, Like victim at the altar Jeus stood i Tb. savionr's Innocere e Roman kne...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 March 1872

Owning Star and Catholic Messenger. sw oRLSUA, SUNDAY. Xa* 1. Ix8 .1 Grand O lebratten of t. Patriekr Day Throughest the United States. THR DAY IN NEW YORK. The annual recurrence of the festival of Ireland's Patron Saint was never more generally observed, either in New York or elsewhere, than in this year of grace 1872. From all sections of the Union we have cealved tidings of magnificent demonstra tions, of unprecedented mngnitude, but, naturally enough, the display made by the exiled children of Ireland in New York City surpassed in numbers, in the rich ness of its aurrouddings, in its pomp of banners and regalia, any similar celebra tion either in the United States or Europe. The day opened propitiously, notwith standing the threatening aspect of the precediog evening, and the snow, which Sbad fallen continuously throughout Sun day, had almost entirely disappeared when the procession took 4p its line of march. Nor were the streets rendered disagreeable to the hundreds of thousan...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 31 March 1872

Morning Star and Catholic essenger. POIlaSgiraD EVERT IUNDAY MONiiGO. Brv. A. J. RYAN- - - EDnToan--CHIEr. OUR 0LUP LRI -on PAPERSe rSTr BY MAIL TO ONE ADDRnES., )ne Copy (one year)................ 3 00 Pliveoe .................. 12 50 fen Copes " .................. Twenty Copies " .................. 40 00 No orders will receive attention unless so eompvaled by the cash. Agents fbr the Star. LOUISIANA. S. LARASX, Franklin. TuIM. DUoeAN, Baton Rouge. J. D. Srwrwa, corner Market and Twenty Second streets, Galveston. J. Z. LAYEDcCER., Laredo. CALEN1DtT OIF 0 Y WERE naeay...... Lar. 31-aster Sunday. day.... pr. I-t. Ra~ ra.p and Confessor.. rMlsday ....Apr. 2--8L Franc of Paula. Confessor. pednaday-pr. S at.RbhSEdBbpad Conafeier. Thusday.. rAp idebl ror Beabotheoresor and -- o --a )tor its of the ro. aiv...... pr. 5-St. V noent erh . Coe nfasr. thrd y...Apr. e-St Celeetler ,ropePand Coatmse. C. D. ELDbI, CATROLta BOOanLd E, 124 CAMP STREET, WILL SUPPLY, AT SHORTESTi N OTICE, A.LL ...

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