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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 2 August 1868

~' rrr C. / . . *A Wi PuVa~itios Oa--.. 10 .awH OW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEE *AT BRING GLAD 71 IN1GS OF GOOD THIRGSI' Torua-1.w2 zwminAv VOLUME I.- - NEW ORLEANS, StTIDAY MXORN N;, A b{T 2, ,1868, NUMBER 26, = 11 n!- A-.: A .. _.L.. '-' .. . ..... - " " ., _- ; "", xosob #.1Eti -.* wa.c0 W i'. IEW .~a1r AN a SUDAY, A1OUSt ; tiee. tEm UeL AND Ua ,--Ns--s . at great white pialona wave, And be VLseed thrbgb ýq-q cnurcnyJtd Ad sopped at nfaant's grave. And takl5g ar w of Sunshine atatY. piiits briht e aid it asmma the bv&ud, And it formeda cross of light. Thisa mami I went to the churchyard All throlg the soft spring air, The Alid Sew to Heave.n, Bust afi oshtlU was there! (From tli Catholic World.) NELLIE NETTERVILLE; os. 4ONE OF THE TRANSPLANTED. CAPTER X1--CON1TINLED. " I tell yon, soldir ! " Nellie heard her .querulously murmur, "I tell you, soldier, it is mere wasteo6f breath your preaching. So long as that woman's death lies heavy on my soul, so long I can look for nothi...

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 August 1868

oa0nIoN STAR AND CATHOLIC BEgE.GE. LOVE'S STIA T. 'E1 From the hour when Eve sang her first spring-song in Paradise, awakening into life an echo from the throat of every tiny bird as they sat in listening delight above and arouud her-from that time has every living thing coming from God's hand, Beem ingl uttered a shout of welcome as spring's Sfirst breatbhis wafted over the world. No wonder, that the old Minnie-singers and troubadours of the middle ages never wearied of this theme-no wonder, that those who bend under a cloud of suffering and sorrow, pressed down upon them by the palm of a mighty hand, can then raise the blessed seasoitltude for influence can penetrate evena . dlngeoni gloom. Thus, to one so confined as Alice within the limits of four walls, during td ielg, dark days of winter, every blade of graes, every leaf and blossom, and note of bird, seemed. to be a special messenger from God, sent to baish from her mind the peast dark ---ienever it was possible, she spent ...

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. — 2 August 1868

-ORNIO - l, AD CATHOLIC ..... . ... G. NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1e88. T1:e following is the. ,text of the Papal Al'ocution convoking at (Ecumuenical Coun c:l of the Bishojbi's the Catholic Church on the 8th"Debt'iber, -l8e, (festival of the Immaculate Coeeption :) *Piuus, ishop,: ervapt of the Servanta of God fur fa t-tr' Memory: " The only 'beotten Son' of the Eternal FPither, out of the gmeat love which He bore unto us, descended from His celestial throne, in order to redeem in the fulgess, of time, te whole human race from' the yoke of sin and bondage to Satin and the darkness of --t!rgr1into- iieh~ by- the.fault .of their first parent,4theylla4long since miserably fallen; and lIe, not declining from the paternal go;x7, was bior''ofthe' Immaculate and Most -Holy Virgin Mary, and manifested His doc trine and.:the rule, of lifeabt~ought from SMHeaven, attestig it with so many excellent works and giviug Himself up as an offering for us and as av etim''to God in the odor of san...

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 August 1868

MORING STAR AfND CAITOIwC  gRM rUILJUHED WEEKLY AT The Newt Orleans yattoc Pe thliahis aoeIflI. at No. 140 Poydrua treet. bweea CIeaStmp and  Ts reets. The Directors of the Company s n The Moet R1ev. Archbishop J. M. ODIN. Irreident. Very eyv. N. J. PEtCiE. V. G., Vice Prrsident. Rev. J. Smrr. CM. Rev.J. B. Dy o C. S. R: Ro. J. FLANAGAN Mr. iLa McCa or; MyrN ICCAIt1El. Tr.estrer; Ma. T. F WILLIA., ed A communications -are to e addresse d to the tors ofRite Morninngy mac and (.holie aOe-49pr. Terms of suberrption our Dollars per annum. Single copies Tei Gena. dvertisenment inserted at the ?ate of 150 per square, eight lines, solid Nonpareil, coenst.ittiug squlre. Transient advertlsements, aving the rn otohe pap er. irst Insertion, O1 50 per square; eae subsequent inser tion- 75 cents per square. Advertisements inserted at intervals, to be charged as -new each insertion. . r s. . Regula' advertiseers, who advertise large, all be allowed sech discount from above named transient ra...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 2 August 1868

MORNIN WSTA AD CO*TOLICO INERGrE . NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1568. Jesults' College. - The annual exhibition at the Jesuits' ollege took place last Wednesday evening, d, as usual, was attended by as large an dience as could well be received in their . Most of the seats were ocenpigd by es; all convenient standing room being ed by spectators of the ruder sex. The rary -exercises, agreeably alternated 'th beautifully executed music, seemed to the undivided attention of all present, d to afford them .a delightfal evening's tertainment, notwithstanding the mid ummer aversion to crowds. The play, "Sedecias," was handsomely us on the stage; the costumes being quite ttractive and several characters well sus tned. A distinct, clear, and correct nunciation could be remarked in most of e actors, which is about all that can be emanded of youths in such cases. Several of them, however, entered into their parts ith decided earnestness and warmth. We , dipecially, the characters of ._ebu chod...

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. — 2 August 1868

OIgw sTAR AND CAaTHO IC NLaUIOU. WZW OULEAIIS. SUNDAY. AUGUST 9, I8S. sg1aSGLL&rNonta IRIASR NW3. AsTrrar;-Dhring the Orange riot at Lis barn, on the 1st of July, a man was killed. A verdict of "accidental deith" was, how= ever returned. A Dublin journal says: The first bell erected in a Catholic church in Belfast will be placed in St. Malachy's - Church during the carrying out-of the alterations which are immediately to be taken in hand in this edifice. The bell is already being manu factured by Messrs. gheridan s Eagle Foun dry. It will be an usually large one,-weigh ing three thousand pounds. The Northern I' lhig announces the death of Rev. Dr. Mlclntyrte, of Belfast. The Newry Teleyrraph, in a preliminary announcement of tile Orange meeting held at Lisburn on the lest of July, says: The place selected for the meeting is a memora ble one. It is the field where the vast as sc ublage mustered in 1845, to do honor to the " Old Commodore," James Watson. ol Brookhill, when he was...

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. — 2 August 1868

ORIJIGO erasT1 - ATNOL 'O - NEW ORLE.A, SUNDAY. AUGUST ., I. BO( Wrr AND wiaooM. No.14( A Cheap Present-Giving the lie. .This Erata A Jea iVEsprit-A -drunken Israelite. A Quack Doctorri-A duck of A physician. EN{ The last strike.-That of the shoemakes:. Science is often more sensible than talk. ga st Shoe-black-" Improve each shining FR -Eve was made for Adam's express com- olrT y. A Feminine Swindler-*" How skillfully UNDER he builds her sell." Epitaph on a Bore--" He was not fora F Js time, butfor all.day." Domestic Economy-To rich widows: letalic, Husband your resources; always on How in the world can a floating debt be Al ord paid out of a sinking fund ! co Bowling is a healthy amusement if it is R. not of the " flowing" kind. eeno e "You make pis blood boil!" as the live seorc lobster-cried out im the saucepan. ___ co Thesrecent attempt to serve a dinner on fashion-plates was not succesasfunl. o. L Mien like books, have at each end a blank leaf-childhood and old age. Pners A l...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 2 August 1868

NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY, OST S. 198es. PAN COUITIAN COLLEGE Editr l,'roning Star and Catholic Messuoger: 1º \ su Sla--Having attended the exam iatltiaous at this college, I intended giving yot a full detail of the classes, with the names of the young gentlemen who distin guished themselves; but as the list-h already been published in the Times, I will not trouble you with it here, and will con fine myself to such reflections as the oocca sion suggested. I expected to see -more of the New Or leans people there than I met. They eoald not spend a 'more delightful or profitable time than at the Pass, during the examina tions. Such an institution well Aeserves the patronage of the citizens of New Or leans. They would have been amply repaid for their visit in witnessing the most inter eating college exercises that ever.were pre sented before a Southern audience. If agricultural fairs are considered worthy fit'11 patronage and attract large crowds Wry should, not the exhibition of the mental d...

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. — 9 August 1868

Uoa ý--xa 144 Peydry stmt. ~ -- - -- -- -- ýý.--- ss Om.--o. 1 Pq*du atmeet. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM TmAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" Tarme-- ur dialerlhmn,ianLmasme. VOLUME L NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUITTJ , 1868. NJl 23W ORLU(3,a sDuAT., JUGUo T.9, 186e. i na ms az puis eo cour. WRITTRIS IN CIIEIICAL, 3A.LABAU. Slave of the dark and dirty mUin! What vanity has brought thee her e :ow can I love to see tlme shtae So rbih, whenm I haveo hnhtwe dear I The tent-ropes OahIpR loone bear, For t oligh =ttet arm In arm ;s S Where los dark youth andriendhip milr ered by the ee ile yelldow lav the ild Sweet lalomi, haunt lly waki dTreams, tf etted rocs n torpend ou pf'd, By Enk or Edn[ losheric wave: Where loves of youth anol.friendship emiljd, S nnurved o y tihee, ile yellow iglave laod. eL, ay-ulrnnas sweet, foihn nietoors fade' T[he1s twrihdl blis" of yombaiC tht priar-. l i t nle n on lrighton fancy playd, Rhiee namee itie, rnalimiue. Tar from my aiold nata...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 9 August 1868

XORNlxNe STAR AD CATHOrLIC mmssRNE . SNEW ORLE ANS, SUNDAY. AUGUST ta, I141. LOVE'S STRATAGCEM. IY JACQUELINE. IV.-CONCl.U.tION. AVi'c laid the note qti'r a hl -c ver entially in her lap. as fo e too bewildered to a r tho anything like order er all fusion reigned a sen ha e had -not deceived her trust was indeed worthy of the confid iiiid faith with which her heart had inltested him from the first. But what could have possessed him to seek that menial service ? What were his motives at the time ? Then this strange offer ! Surely he knew her helplessness, and how impossible marriage must seem to a consciedfalos woman under anch eireamn stances. "Think of the priceless value of a loving heart." Alt! who knew better than slie did--who felt more deeply, be cause hopelessly, that love wastoo precious a gift to be scorned and though it be the offering of as in~erior, she knew it to be the one link of the reat chain of human joys and woes that we carry with us be yond the tomb; froe God i...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 9 August 1868

mORNIl O TAz 4 O D AIOLIu MX1gognuO. I NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. AUGUtST 9, let. TE0TIMONIAL TO FATlZ Dt NIIT, S.J. We copy from the Cincinnati Caiolk Teleraplh the following testimonial of I United States Army officers to Father De Smet, S.J. How eloquently.such evidence of a truly Christian man speaks, as comn pared with the conduct of. " ministers." I who spend the corresponding time in the recreations of fashionable watering places and the delights of rural villas ! Four RICE, DACOLAII TER., July :3. Rev. P. J. De Smet, S.J.: Dear Sir-We, the undersigned, the members of the Indian Peace Commission who have been present-at the Council just t terminated at this poet, desire to express 4 to you our high appreciation of the great value of the services'which you have ren dered to us and to the country by your devoted and happily successful efforts to induce the hostile bands to meet us and i enter into tieaty relPtions with the govern ment. sWe marn saled that but for your long and painf...

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. — 9 August 1868

ialnIero UTAR 1AND CATHOLIC MEsoENGER rIUlIHlED WKEELY BY .w Kw Orleans atholi. Psblehing Oomwany. at :.,. I lo SIpSras street. betweeCn Oamp and St. 0tarle. ,';-. i.. "MDtreotors of the Company are: aesot ev. Arrhbishop J. M. OtIt. Prteidtnt. 'ari 7Slv. N. J. lM~aclh . V. .. Vite pri''akent. Hw. T. J. SMTH,T C. MIt Rev.. .Jt. '. l . .SS. '.; IBM J. I'.Ah AAN; Mr. H eLr M t'n..s.wt'r : Ilr.Jolts DI1',svlrw.r. Tresa rM n'M r. T. ).rrzt.I .LIAI , .Cretar;.o. .1:1 ,"'mutuJI*sltiat hrq to Ine o terrcl~,tl to tttttRli as, of Tihe fant-uiag ta atind Cahdi. J.1. .,'a.I; lieno, of .abttpttistst'1ur l)lart fer nnlttttln . 'St 9tle ruyi.e Ten I W pM I"' Jttuf x: l t 3t.:J pct aluale. iCtw tm si 1TonapRrll. ton-0tlgrttog a sluare. "l7tliet wdvettisreniuont hua ifg the rti oof tho paper. Nnte'rtlon, t1 50 p.r squaret; etcle at seyueut tbo•r. s tsrusjentia irted at interalts, to be cbargA as c4 eh insertion. bg utur adl"vrtit'rs. whio adtvertite larrlov. rl al be .tli aaw lt dia oantk f ro tv...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 9 August 1868

MORNING STAR AD CA TOLIC mBBENGUE. NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY. AUGUST 9, Ies& REVI1W OF THE W= .. MUIChIPAL COcUNcIr.-The Mayor in formed botlh Boards, by message, that he had appointed Braxton Bragg, as .uperin tendent of the Water-works, and seven commissioners, whose naues have already been published. With the Aldermer, the matter was laid over for executive session. A resolution from the Lower Board, to compel railroad companies to lave placards placed at their depots warning people of -danger, and to have two policemen de ý.ailed- to prevTeit people from jumping on board while . ti11 ar ee are moving, was re ferred to tiB 'Committee ni" Streets and Landings. .The. Finante Committee was -empowered to apply to the Legislature to pass a law abolishing the office of Assistant 'City Attorney. In tUi '°Bdais :of .Assistant Aldermen, a resolution jay adopted to pay .all city -creditors in city notes, if they were willing ito receive the same. The ordinancegrant .ing to Waterman & Co. ...

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. — 9 August 1868

t- XomUm MM I CATHOLIC OMeZWE. NEW ORLEAn . SUNDI. UlAG "BUT ". - -,-~am-e STA-.--------m-- --- --- A sweet planet-The honeymoon. In the melting mood-The weather. Sheet music-The cry of children in bed. rt The best board of health-A light diet. A load nobody would grumble at-A gold G lode. The wicked-est man in New York me be a tallow-chandler. fr If thou art a master, be sometimes blind : M. if a servant, sometimes deaf. e " Give the devil his due "-but be care- v& thl that there ain't much due him. cLa " It is more blessed to give than to re .ive," applies particularly to advice. Great men differ from common ones in - moral as well as in intellectual qualities. Calumnies are as sparks, which, if yound do not blow them, will go out of them selves. A bad hat, taken to an evening party Afequently comes out the next day as good as new. He who is right, and is doing right,need not stop to inquire who or what stands with him. A pleasant stile of suicide-To hang - upon the notes of ...

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 August 1868

MORNING STAl AND CATROLIC XUSMr(S. NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, 1868. mucmr ws mzaax mwus. CoRK.--John Bright, Esq., M. P., the well-known English Reformer, while on r visit at Limerick, was courteously invited, on behalf of the citizens of Cork, by Mr. Thomas Lyous,-of Rosanuna, to visit the lat. ter city. Mr. Bright, however, being obliged to return to his Parliamentary and other duties ini Eugland, was compelled to decline the honor intended for him. .-... The Cork Reporter says: We have re ceived a splendid specimen of flax grown by Mr. W. J. Barry, of Dunderlic, Midleton. The police of Queenstown arrested on the 6th ult., on board the outgoing Inman steamer, a fugitive couple, whose names are Catherine Allen and Charles Pierce, fiom London. Both are in good circum htances. The woman is middle-aged. She decamped from her husband, carrying away £1000. Her companion is young, but mar ried. The money has been got. Mr. W. Cashel, who was for the past two years assistant master at t...

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. — 9 August 1868

xMlNINO sWAR AND CAMJOLIC MMhlgNGER. NEW OULEANS, SUNDAY. AUGUIST 9, l0e. COMMON SCHOOLS AND CATHOLICS. In almost all the States Catholics ihaes endeauvored to obtain a share of the ,con mon school fund for the education of their own children, and thus t v.e them from the scourge of infidelity. and the innumwr able phases of irreligion which the false philosophy of the day is calculated to in culcate. The point has not beengained,as yet; but we should not be dterred -rom pressing oer clhias and keeping the jus ":ce of our cause before the public. Truth w  aitirately triumph. 'Even those who are not prepared to yield our just lights:, wbknowledge there are some .grounds for complaint. Thus we find the following in late number of the Journal of Com merce : We think this is wrong (the'bill pro viding- for the pecuniary assistance of a number of parochial schools, in New York" city, under the care of Roman Catholic ecclesiastics,) although the casefor the op position is by no means as...

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 August 1868

_blst omeas--wo. 140 Poyras street. '"QW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" Tsrem--.or neaurerranmsahuases. VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1868. NUMBER 98. MORING UTAR AND CATHOLIC MSENGEE. INEW ORLEANS SUNDAY, AUGUST Is, 18es. [For the Morning Star.1 sow 8TRAnGE IT SEEIl ! BY LYON A LKE. How strange it stems, that from this world We all are doomed to pdrt That, one by one, like leaves in thil. We on our journey start ! How strange it seemts, that warmest friends • So oft become our foes, And leave our hearts bereft of Joy. Frozen with wiuter's snows ! How strange it weens, that weeds of liice Will spring from Truth ' bright soil, And overrun tlhe fairest idowers And claim them noa their spoil! How strange it seems. o'er all thIl.. cart Strife often wages war, And man forgets his promised home - Up in the ether far ! Yes, strange it seems! but when, at last. We're called to leave this sphere, 'Twill be explained in fairer clim...

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. — 16 August 1868

l3m0330 W AR AD a eCASOLUIO mNgon. NEW ORLEANS, sUNDAY. AUGUST 1. 1151. rt PxI-r OBLIAJis3-3OOU it was many a lot jar ago, and--fie scene of my story is t-s-c lce of one tof the most respectable notarlel in Paris, Monsienr Dubois-a man of the' old school, univer sally respected for his good sense, probity, and benevolence. There were present (be side the notary himselt) a lady of middlle -ge, richly dressed; she eould never have been handlsome, but perhaps, had her coun tenance been less proud and disdainful, she would not have appeared as she did--posi tively ugly; an insiguiticant-looking little man ; alld Ia woman very shabbily dressed, who sat at some distance from the others, holding the hand of a beautiful little boy. " llerideath was rather sudden," sain Madame Moranville, the richly-clad lady, to tlie little man in black. - " Yes," replied he, coolly; "but, no doubt, she'was- well prepared." "Have you any idea of the contents of the will t" " Not the slightest; but we shall ...

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. — 16 August 1868

xONINGLO STR AND CATHOLIC ]MESSENGE. NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY, AUGUST it. tiesa FOREION CATHOLIC INTZLLIGr N. ITALY.-Unable to get possession of Rome, the Italian revolutionists' occupy themselves in the invention of all sorts of lee report. about. Roman affairs, for tle, am ment _of, their foreign sympathizers. The Mall Gazette Is, we believe, the only Engh newspaper that now employs a corresponde at Rome to traduce the Pontifical Govern ut and falsify facts. t there are, at Flor e, Genoa, Naples, an Turin, newspapers, n Be chief occu pation t is to manufacture an corre sponden lied with lies about th ate of things in te ope'dominion. One of se pseudo-Roman 4tters, a short time since gave a circumstan .I account of a quarrel between Gen. Kanz the Pope's acting Minister at Arms, and on de Charette, which led, so the veracious ribo asserted, to the arrest and -retirement .o the Baron from the Poutilical service, and t subse quent dismissal of time General by t Sov ereigu Pontiff. The ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 16 August 1868

KeNNro STAR AID CATHOLIC JIZ9MgZu PUrsLiSiD WmELT sr The Meet RTev. Arconhbisho J O-1-, President. ceWlrh v. Treasurer; DMr. T. F .zWiLLUA. Secretar. All onmml..cations are to be addreseed to the E.I tor of 21 Mornig. sst ahnjfd Catooe Mawisenter. Toerms of subscriptionjLoO DollaUrs per annum. Srngle eopis Ten Conh . SAdvertisemes r in sertedat.therate of $ 50 per square, eiht lines solid Nonphreil, on*tituting a squ r 0. T ransient ,vert iemente, having the no of the paper, first Insertion, i 50 per square; each subaeqaent inser tion 75 cent s per square. advertlremenths inserted at lntrervi to be charged as new each insertion. Begular advertisers, who alvertise largely. shall be allowed such discount from alove named transient rates as may be agreed upon; prrvided, that in o no aes shall senb discount exceed 1 lxr rent. o... r echred bll business notic of tvertiem to be oed 9O cents net per line, each inserti in. tIsertions, will be publisoied si times end charged aecordingly. u...

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